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Vaccine Pre-Registration Open For All Marylanders 16 And Older
"Covert 19 vaccinations here in our region. Let's start this afternoon in Maryland, where Governor Larry Hogan has announced Maura people will soon be able to get a shot. He also says there will Be a walk up policy at a mass vaccination site and says We should be cautious. When it comes to holiday travel. Let's go to w T o P SKATE RUN. Maryland is not yet in Phase three, but Governor Larry Hogan did open up pre registration for covert 19 vaccinations. Today, every single Marylander who wants a covert 19 vaccine and now pre register for an appointment at a mass vaccination site. Logan also announced the Eastern Shore, mass vaccination side and Salsbury will not require appointments. And while he advised against travel to states, where the covert variants are becoming dominant, he did say, drive to the beach. Stop in Salisbury get get everybody vaccinated and then go to Ocean city and get some Thrasher's French fries. Stay for the weekend and go toe Easter brunch on Sunday morning. Take
A Look Inside The World's Biggest Vaccine Maker
"So rosa palm trees here green lawns. A little bit like a college campus riding in a golf cart up to the factory. Your some of these are the migos month. Rubella reviews vaccine serum institute of india was already the world's biggest vaccine manufacturer even before this pandemic the company says two thirds of all children in the world. Get its vaccines and most of them are made here. At a sprawling factory complex in western india inside conveyor belts with all these tiny little vial weasing going for automatic resilience section automatic. Visual inspection is inspecting me europe machine. It's a high tech operation but look outside the factory window and you see a reminder of this companies more humble roots horses in the nineteen sixties. This was a farm breeding race horses and one day. One of the horses got bitten by a snake. Suresh giada serums executive director. Explains what happened next. Bimbos do the lanes. Were not working great in india so he could not get their disney. We could not get anti snake venom serum in time the horse died but it's owner had an idea you said yesterday why not start making it ourselves. So the serum institute of india was born. It began making serums against tetanus and snake venom and leader added vaccines against all sorts of childhood diseases. They specialize in generic versions at low profit margins and export to one hundred and seventy different countries last spring. A tiny package arrived here by career from oxford university in england to the very small. While is one in chief scientist. Shali graham describes what was inside components of a viral vector vaccine against the corona virus serum scrambled to start mass producing them immediately in huge floor to ceiling stainless steel vats of the one. Embryonic human embryonic kidney selling yeah scientists petty ready recalls how he was developing other vaccines these fats when his supervisor told him to quickly convert everything over to the corona virus vaccine while under lockdown as the pandemic exploded it was difficult to follow very strict rules of solution during this People to do overtime. This was before. Clinical trials showed that the oxford astrazeneca vaccine would work. It was a gamble with so much at stake. He says everybody's waiting for the all mankind waiting. The whole world is waiting for it to this winter. When trials finally proved this vaccine did indeed work is celebrated internally. Not like party or something but we had that moment of joy gonna champagne. No no serum hopes to soon be churning out a hundred million doses per month of this one vaccine on top of all the other vaccines they're still producing here. The oxford astra zeneca. Formula is particularly attractive to india and other low and middle income countries. Because it needs just regular refrigeration not subzero temperatures. This is for storage area. The capacity of seventy million dollars. So what we're looking at here is enough to vaccinate. Whole countries is ongoing process of building out of cold storage along these conveyor belts and out to sixty eight country so far racing against russia china. In what some are calling vaccine. Diplomacy india's huge capacity is attracted interest from the so called quad. The us japan. Australia and india. They announced financing to help another indian producer make a billion more doses of another co vaccine but while indian manufacturers are partnering with global pharmaceutical companies. The indian government is challenging pam at the world trade organization. There is an agreement that binds all wto members to certain levels of protection for intellectual property. Twenty year patents. Regional thrashers legal scholar at the global development policy center in boston. She explains how india and south africa are asking the wto to suspend those patents. Cova vaccines so that companies like serum can crank out generic versions quickly and in certain countries the majority of the population won't be vaccinated for something like five years that gives those viruses a long time to mutate. So the argument they're making is not. Hey look out for us but more this is in the interest of all of us. Everyone serums executive director. John says he supports that effort at the wto watery required is a vaccine today. Not tomorrow you want to stop the disease and stop it sprayed and that can happen. Only if there is no restriction on using technology many global health experts agree. The pope has said he does too but some companies including astrazeneca have pledged to sell vaccines at cost without profit and suspending. their patents. They say is not the answer it would kill innovation and would not speed up distribution bottlenecks more to do with supply chains than access to the vaccine technology itself. Both sides of this debate are over emphasizing. The role of patents. Daniel hamill is a law professor at the university of chicago. He says the serum institute success chose a middle path. It got a license from astrazeneca. It's been able to mass produce vaccines within the current regulatory environment ensures the potential licensing arrangements without cancelling patents ceremonies if you're disabled to gain rights to make vaccines on a large scale. That's a good thing could serums factory. As vials of corona virus knock scenes wiz off conveyor belts inside chief scientist ms. Shali graham points to construction underway outside a new pandemic preparedness facility for another year or two renew community that has not actually ideas to have extra machines extra labs all on hand to make billions of doses of vaccine against whatever virus hits
Some Conferences Are Determined: There Will Be College Football This Fall
"There There will will be be college college football football this this fall. fall. Maybe Maybe that that is is the the message message this this week week from from some some top top football football schools schools and and conferences. conferences. It It comes comes after after two two powerhouse powerhouse conferences. conferences. The Big 10 in the Pac 12 announced they were canceling their full seasons because of the Corona virus. NPR's Greg Allen reports how colleges that are planning to play hope to protect the health of their athletes. Even many hard core college football fans are skeptical how Khun well over 100 people on a typical team training play without spreading the Corona virus, possibly shutting down the season this week, three of the top conferences, the SEC, the SEC and the Big 12 said their plans this fall to play and do so safely. John Thrasher is president of Florida State University, which is part of the Atlantic Coast Conference. And what we frankly want to send is a message to some of the other schools that may be teetering on whether or not to play football. We think it's a bit in the best interest of our student athletes. For us to play football. We could do it safely and we can do it productively for them for fans, athletes and the multi $1,000,000,000 sports entertainment complex built around college football things looked bleak Tuesday. Two major conferences, The Big 10 in the Pac 12 canceled their fall schedules because of the uncertainty and health risk surrounding the Corona virus. The announcement by the remaining three of the power five conferences that they would have a fall season came after athletes began a hashtag. We want to play movement on social media. At Florida State Wide receiver Keyshawn Helton says he believes training and playing with regular testing and medical protocols in place. Maybe safer than not playing. You talk about 18 or 22 year old Just quarantine at the house. That's unrealistic. There's really there's so many other things that you know God, I'm going to go do which is not safe. So being here with my team, and all of us together is the safest forth. The college conferences are pushing back the start of their seasons to give them extra time to get ready and perhaps learn from the experiences of other sports. Putting players inside a bubble like the N BA has done in Orlando isn't feasible for student athletes who live on campus and have to attend classes. University of Miami coach Manny Diaz believes college football can learn from the English soccer leagues, which resumed play in June. Without fans with so much at stake. He believes his athletes will be careful. They're aware that they've got to keep their bubble small. They understand the value of what a mask doesn't and who that protection If you're around people who don't have mass on, you've got to find another place to be, but with all that there's risk and going ahead with the college football season. One concern that was reportedly a factor in the decision of some conferences to postpone play is new information about a heart condition. My card is that has been linked to the Corona virus. It's an inflammation of the heart that can lead to long term problems. Announcing its decision to play the Big 12 conference, said any players who test positive for the Corona virus would receive an E K g echocardiogram, cardiac Emery and further heart tests before returning to play. Gabe Feldman, the director of the Sports Law program at Tulane University in New Orleans, says If the schools are transparent and take the right precautions he thinks they can play. Every school in the athletic department has to be very clear with all of their athletes. About what the risks are and what the unknowns are. And then the athletes have to have a choice. It's one thing to play. But can there be fans in the stadium? University of Florida athletic director Scott Strickland says he hopes so We want to be on a have fans, and we hope we're in a position to do that. But you see, this is the NFL season now starts earlier than ours, and A lot of NFL teams and still have a made determinations. Yet that could be the riskiest. Part of all some schools were opposing plans that would limit attendance to 25% of a stadium's capacity, which would still bring together a huge crowd of 20,000 or more cheering, screaming fans. Greg Allen. NPR NEWS Miami
"thrashers" Discussed on On The Ledge
"It's really nice to have you on the show. Tyler I've been full you sometime and dipping into your cost. The events of the past few weeks have somewhat crystallized in my mind. The fact that my show needs to be as diverse as possible, and so it prompted me to reach out to you and ask you to come on the ledge. What's it like being black in the? Realm of botany slash. Horta kept coach. Coaches slash plants at this very moment. What are you seeing that pleasing you? That's displeasing you in the world of of of plump man. You know I've never really been asked that. I mean I would say my experience as a grower and with plants. Is Different here in Oklahoma than it would be for say somebody on the West Coast at. One of the biggest things that comes to mind as I grow and collect CACTI, and succulents and one of the interesting observations I've made, is that a lot of people that growing collect <unk> can by and large be very conservative and historically here in the south in the Midwest. Those are always very very touchy demographics for me to be around as a black, American am. I have encountered handfuls of racist comments and remarks. Plenty of older white growers are surprised to see a black man coming up to their greenhouse. Even been told Oh man. There's not a whole lot of black people who grow CACTI and succulents. Those kinds of like seemingly seemingly innocent hand remarks at can make one. Very nervous when you're alone in a greenhouse with somebody in your just wondering, what are they going to say next? So that's been interesting is navigating. You know driving. An hour and a half out into the country to someone's greenhouse, then really hoping you don't see confederate flag or big trump sticker, which I have, and there have been plenty of times I've been very uncomfortable for the sake of looking at really cool plants, which is a sacrifice I'm willing to make, but. Other than that. There's a lot of diversity happening right now. Plant communities popping up online here and there and so the seems to be a lot of space. Online and in these forums and online groups in the plant community for people of Color, and for Glatt, growers, and also on the other hand I've seen a lot of racist remarks from people online because they have that Internet scream and there are a handful of growers that I've had to cut out of my circle or add to like you know a list like a blacklist. Of like people do not. These people are racist. Stuff that so. It is a little bit of give and take in as a black grower had to learn how to navigate that in know who to buy my plants from and who to support and vice versa. It's been interesting here because as as a white person in the UK. Navigating response to what's happened has been interesting <hes>. My take has always been that. I mean and I found myself pointing the Meghan Markle of the royal family. The update you know the the bad thing to say to say nothing and I think that's what's been getting from. A lot of people on social media who into into planning on saying Oh. I can't say anything because I don't WanNa say something wrong and I don't really have a view and are those kind of. Co out site phrases a said was some kind of magic wall, but the. As if They they just want to talk about plants. And therefore they are able to just remain silent on this issue and that kind of frustrated me, but at the same time. You Know I. I've found it difficult to negotiate so i. do sympathize with them to some extent, but at the same time it's not hard to say black lives matter. That's not hunting to say. Black lives matter. That's not a that's not a stretch like we. Surely we understand enough and can see in a homeless been happening
Tyler Thrasher: Being a Black Grower
"It's really nice to have you on the show. Tyler I've been full you sometime and dipping into your cost. The events of the past few weeks have somewhat crystallized in my mind. The fact that my show needs to be as diverse as possible, and so it prompted me to reach out to you and ask you to come on the ledge. What's it like being black in the? Realm of botany slash. Horta kept coach. Coaches slash plants at this very moment. What are you seeing that pleasing you? That's displeasing you in the world of of of plump man. You know I've never really been asked that. I mean I would say my experience as a grower and with plants. Is Different here in Oklahoma than it would be for say somebody on the West Coast at. One of the biggest things that comes to mind as I grow and collect CACTI, and succulents and one of the interesting observations I've made, is that a lot of people that growing collect can by and large be very conservative and historically here in the south in the Midwest. Those are always very very touchy demographics for me to be around as a black, American am. I have encountered handfuls of racist comments and remarks. Plenty of older white growers are surprised to see a black man coming up to their greenhouse. Even been told Oh man. There's not a whole lot of black people who grow CACTI and succulents. Those kinds of like seemingly seemingly innocent hand remarks at can make one. Very nervous when you're alone in a greenhouse with somebody in your just wondering, what are they going to say next? So that's been interesting is navigating. You know driving. An hour and a half out into the country to someone's greenhouse, then really hoping you don't see confederate flag or big trump sticker, which I have, and there have been plenty of times I've been very uncomfortable for the sake of looking at really cool plants, which is a sacrifice I'm willing to make, but. Other than that. There's a lot of diversity happening right now. Plant communities popping up online here and there and so the seems to be a lot of space. Online and in these forums and online groups in the plant community for people of Color, and for Glatt, growers, and also on the other hand I've seen a lot of racist remarks from people online because they have that Internet scream and there are a handful of growers that I've had to cut out of my circle or add to like you know a list like a blacklist. Of like people do not. These people are racist. Stuff that so. It is a little bit of give and take in as a black grower had to learn how to navigate that in know who to buy my plants from and who to support and vice versa. It's been interesting here because as as a white person in the UK. Navigating response to what's happened has been interesting My take has always been that. I mean and I found myself pointing the Meghan Markle of the royal family. The update you know the the bad thing to say to say nothing and I think that's what's been getting from. A lot of people on social media who into into planning on saying Oh. I can't say anything because I don't WanNa say something wrong and I don't really have a view and are those kind of. Co out site phrases a said was some kind of magic wall, but the. As if They they just want to talk about plants. And therefore they are able to just remain silent on this issue and that kind of frustrated me, but at the same time. You Know I. I've found it difficult to negotiate so i. do sympathize with them to some extent, but at the same time it's not hard to say black lives matter. That's not hunting to say. Black lives matter. That's not a that's not a stretch like we. Surely we understand enough and can see in a homeless been
Alabama Nears 15,000 COVID-19 Cases, 15 More People Die
"Greene Alabama is facing a corona virus crisis right now the state has nearly fifteen thousand confirmed cases about a third of those are from the past two weeks alone according to the state's public health department according to one tractor Alabama is now outpacing forty six other states and the district of Columbia in new cases Dr David thrasher is seeing what this bike looks like first hand well it's a it's pretty tough the numbers in Alabama numbers steadily going up he's the chief of staff at Jackson hospital in the city of Montgomery last weekend when I was on call we sell a hundred forty patients which is twice her normal boy in this time of year well the hospital's per se are are hurting it's gotten so bad that hospitals in Montgomery are sending coronavirus patients out of the county for treatment thrasher says many of the patients are actually young but we have H. skate the surge but out this combat without then just the last three weeks if the situation at Jackson hospital sounds dire that's the story all over the city of Montgomery yesterday only six I see you beds were available across the health system last week one intensive care unit that was available the mayor of Montgomery Stephen Reid says things are at crisis levels at a time when the state has been easing restrictions and may re joins us on the line this morning mayor thanks for the time always a pleasure what are you hearing from hospitals like Jackson hospital in in terms of what they need most in this moment right now what I'm hearing is that they're looking for us to sound the alarm and to let people know we're still middle of a pandemic in that we are in a health crisis and that they're running short on PPVs they're they're running short obviously on beds in that you know the staffs are physically emotionally spent so we have to do our part as as leaders in the community to make sure we get the public to understand this is not over we have not won a battle with Kobe nineteen yet and we have to continue some of the things that we were doing just a couple months ago by staying at home where masked men in public in part to saying all of these sanitary guidelines have been handed down by the CDC have you been seeing people in the city social distancing wearing masks similar or residents taking those precautions I think some are adding some had decided that depended because over in their bid to get back to their normal way of doing things and they're willing to take the risk unfortunately it's not just themselves they put at risk when they do that they put members of the public out there friends family colleagues at risk and certainly our first responders and those medical professionals who also doing you know this a great job have been over the last couple of months is there something that makes your city more vulnerable like where do you think this bike is coming from right now you know we can't point to any one particular place or a flash point if you will I think would would makes us vulnerable is the fact that we have the regional health care center for central Alabama and so we have people that come from as far away as ninety hundred miles to our health care system so we're getting people from everywhere and certainly at the here Montgomery we've had people who again have relaxed their approach to never likes their practices in art here into social guidelines anymore why I know the governor Kay Ivey has has moved ahead with lifting restrictions in the state's despite some concerns that that you've expressed I mean do you have the authority and are you planning to maybe put stricter measures back in place in your city after two hundred and forty percent increase month over month in covert cases we're planning to do whatever we have to do in order to change the string and we have limited authority unfortunately as mayor but there are things that we can do from our main daily mass which we've been encouraging for well over two months making that in into a city ordinance to also maybe looking at other ways to tie the faucet so to speak so we're gonna try to do what we can I've we don't see these numbers change here in the next few days the next few days I mean what what is the process I mean did you have to like go to city council and get then when it's passed and signed and and announce it and get it out there I mean it sounds like you really are a crisis moment where where actions like this might be needed ABS absolutely we we need to go to the council and had a discussion with them but we're prepared to do that we already have some of those discussions and we're watching the numbers each day and we talk with our medical professionals in this community in our hospital CEOs to also get their feedback as well about the ongoing conditions all right again speaking to Steven Reid the mayor of Montgomery Alabama his city and the state of Alabama seeing a real crisis moment as cases of coronavirus have been increasing in
"thrashers" Discussed on The Limit Does Not Exist
"Christina. Our conversation with Tyler really shined a light on so many of the things that we've been hearing about from our other guests. This season like how powerful it is to find your community both online and off how rewarding it is to build a business model that works for your unique situation and how important it is to have creative partners and collaborators to keep you going one of the things that really struck me from Tyler Story. Was that his first work went viral because he connected with that artist whom he admired and also who made work that was in the same realm as his birthright. You know didn't go. To the most famous artists he could find or just share his work online and hope people found it he shared it with someone who specifically would be into it and then so beautifully shared his work with her community which was just the perfect audience for it. I mean that's so true. Putting great work out into the world is important but finding the specific collaborators in the audiences that are going to be inclined to like it is more valuable than the spray and pray approach that most people have never heard and praveen unite. It's a real visceral but you know it. It really like four. Yeah I was also really inspired how. He discovered that sharing the experimentation and the artistic process behind his work with his instagram and his patriots supporters. That was just as interesting or you know even more so than the finished product. I feel like the behind the scenes. Content really helps US followers get even more invested in supporting him and you know it potentially inspires others to create work of their own. So win win. Their that's right particularly in a place like social media where we see so many outcomes right. It's so refreshing to see the process as both inspiration and a reminder to really exist in your own process and as you do that the outcomes will follow writing and speaking of that. I love how tyler truly invented a new art form by combining two of his interest chemistry and visual art so instead of asking himself which should pursue he decided to merge them and carve out his own lane entirely. Which is. I'm sure part of what made his work resonate. Christina reminded me of this episode of the Ted Radio Hour. Podcast called what is original which really talks about this concept of remixing right. How sampling are in riffing. Make all of US innovators. Because I feel like there's this big pressure of how do I be new in twenty twenty I used to have this director at the groundlings. Who said honey? It's all been done before it. I'm wit right because we were always searching for the next big idea. Now it's really that synthesis that holds innovations so much of the time right. I love that idea of remixing. And between the unique art that he's created and the fact that he's built his audience online he's able to live in Tulsa and really benefit from both the creative community there alongside the affordable cost of living. You know rather than struggle with the cost of living in a major city. I don't know like New York or la them a little bit but it's you know it's one of the biggest reasons that his business model works for him as a fulltime artist. That's right and it's another sign of his ability to really follow his intuition and sort of me. His own personal cheerleader. He was talking about how he felt. These really big moments where he was surrounded by naysayers and instead of listening to them he went within which is so inspiring. So this week think about the pieces of your ven diagram and consider how you remix them in a way that creates something entirely new and just on a personal note. I just WANNA say when I was first logging about math and pop culture I used to say to People Christina that I was mashing up pop culture and math and people would go ooh pop culture and math and I was like no no no not the drug math that area of study so I would just use that as an antidote to say the Stranger. The combination seems might mean that you're really onto something also this week. Consider if there are pieces of your business model that you can adjust to make it more. Sustainable are their communities or audiences you can access by building a greater presence online or are there others.
"thrashers" Discussed on The Limit Does Not Exist
"On back home and I took me a year or two to finally thank. You know I gotta find something outside of my home life outside of the people that tell me. I can't. I can't unto goofy or silly to do any of this or it'd be taken seriously. I ended up saying you know. I'm GONNA pass these. Ap Chemistry classes. So I opened up the textbook for the first time and I dived in all made so much sense. Oh my brain was like dude. Where was this? Why you've been depriving me? So I fell in love. I understood it. I kind of you'd chemistry like a big box of legos. And I loved building. It all made so much sense with the world around me. I was like chemistries. The answer to all things physical like yes that carbon backbone totally yes so that was it and then she was a huge part of my identity in high school and went to college and I lost that until I was like animation isn't cutting it this daily thing of repeating the same schedule over and over isn't cutting it so. I referred back to my fascinations in high school and opened up some college chemistry textbooks. I bought some really cheap used ones and I plowed through them and got more and more and more and I was like. Oh my gosh again. Where was this some self taught currently everything I do all my experiments or self taught and self researched as ing. It's so incredible tyler. The fact that you allowed the naysayers to fuel you particularly at an age where I feel like for so many people. That kind of feedback can stop one in one's tracks. Where do you think that you acquired that ability from at the time? Did you have any mentors or specific sources of encouragement to go for what you are drawn towards? And then to start combining these worlds. I didn't have many mentors and in fact what was kind of silly as a lot of teachers looked up to said. Similar stuff tyler to Goofy to even go to college. You don't take anything seriously. Felt like I was being flanked by doubt constantly and I just with my upbringing and a lot of things I was doing with the home at the time I had a really good knack of just kind of buckling down and like putting blinders and getting through some really dark stuff in so that doubtless coming up all I knew to do was you know what. Who's that negatively again? In all you can rely on yourself. There are many times that all the only person I could count on in my life was myself and so this was one of those times where I was like. Okay I have this curiosity had this fascination I believe myself. Hey friends do you believe in me? And they'd say no dude you know you now and just stick to being you know the class clown or stick to whatever it is you're doing and I was met with so much disappointment. That might instinct was put up the blinders. If all you have is own fire than that's going to get you through and I just I've always had the enemy since a child and that's what I did like high school. I found out a lot of the people that I relied on when it came down to and some big ideas and some of my huge goals allow them. They're like yeah right. Sounds like that's it up the blinders and I ended up losing a lot of friends because I was like. If I keep these relationships I will not make it. I will not achieve these goals. I was really hoping you would be therefore that was kind of I was like okay. It's either I stay friends with a lot of people that do not actually believe in me and what I'm capable of although I'm very supportive of them and their ideas or I just focus on me and I just watched myself skyrocket. Well it sounds like you learned at a young age to really rely on yourself and trust your instincts which when you do work is unlike other work out there that such a crucial core skill to have tyler as you've been following these instincts and on your website. You write that every calling whether it'd be a faint whisper more of a dire screaming that wakes me up in the middle of the night. I answer them. How do you decide what to follow? And when like I imagined for you just hearing you talk you have a lot of inspiration. That crops up right. So how do you prioritize your time? Decide what to work on next or do you not just kind of follow the next instinct and see where it leads. Well that was something I had to learn And something that drove my wife crazy this funny story of US going to the grocery store and had this idea like I had this idea I was like I need to do it now. She's a really right now. Like you can't wait like two hours that Oh my God okay and I was like Babe I'm going to go in. The grocery store and need is acidic. Mole Skin sketchbook. Akiko find it for me. And she went to every store in the shopping district and couldn't find one and ended up like we lost a lot of time and then she was like babe without talk about this Mugabe's compromise. Inspirations important to acknowledge in grasp but sometimes you have to look inspiration. Say Look I hear you first off get. Outta my face for a second personal space. Second can we just put a pin in it? I'm not going anywhere and if you practice a little bit of patience we'll come back to this. I love that. Yeah I had to learn how to communicate with my inspiration and so I have a notepad in every day. I'm adding like five projects to it. I know I'll never do all of them. And so the ones I do when I have an idea if I have the resources at hand I'll do it if I know I'll have the resources in a couple of months I'll do it. Then you know. Sometimes I'll have an idea for a drawing and I'm like well. This is only to take me like an hour. I can do it now if there's a type of crystal I wanNA grow or piece. I WanNa see I'm like well I'm going to be in the lab and a couple of hours. I'll do it then or if there's like a short story I want to write or something. I really don't have like a week to do it. I just write down as much information they can am. I am very fortunate right now to be entirely self employed on my own art so my time is dedicated to being creative and responsive to inspiration as I can and I've made a habit of that because I know there's a lot of people who follow me that kind of rely on me to keep that fire going and showing people that like you can answer inspiration and Elisa and that's totally possible. Despite what other people might say having heard that everyone been bowling here host of stuff? They don't want you to know in ridiculous history as a podcast. 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"thrashers" Discussed on The Limit Does Not Exist
"Grow crystals dead things. I'm a scientist curt. An artist a grower a lover of nature anything and all things I find fascinating. I do is thrasher. You're real or maim or did you is that it's your real name luck luck out how it is only hero thrashers my real name and the origin is not as cool as you would think it comes from thresher from someone who likes thrashes the field though giving your connection to nature. There's a field metaphor each ast. This is a great to make another nature connection family tree that you report Sorry Guys Worse Than Dad Jokes. What's risk joke? I'll add it to my personal branding. Okay so we need to dig into this artist and chemist. This is an amazing combination. I think you are first chemist amish. Oh congratulations on that. Yeah that's what we need to back up a little bit because you were a computer animation major in college. Yes and just before you graduated. You had a realization that you did not want to pursue that as a career. What was that about? How did you know that you needed to do something else? Oh man it's kind of depressing but honest. That's why I liked to reside. I was three months from graduating. I thought I wanted to be a computer animator. I didn't really think about it as kind of pushed in that direction. From like high school counselors and three months from graduating school brought in as someone who was working in the field and they said asked this Guy Indian all questions you have because this is where you're going to end up so I was very honest. Asked him some very hard questions. It has answers. Impre much led me to believe that animation would be the worst decision. I personally make. Wow do you remember what about his answers or a killer too so? I asked him for one you know. He talked a lot about how intensive animation is. Like you work nonstop. It's a very like grueling rigorous artistic field however you are right the backbones to any project yet. You get very little attention like when you watch a film. No one's there like look at the animators that were part of it. You care about the director the producer but you are pretty much. The only reason that film ever happened. Or like unrewarding job he did not hold that back. He told me his wife left him like halfway through his career. Gosh the thing Corbin maters widow. You can look it up. The thing where like people cannot stay healthy relationships with animators. There's no tangible way to coexist. Oh my goodness ask sisters like the least inspirational guest speaker ever earn. It also. Sounds like he's saved you a lot of time ultimately yeah and at first he was offering a lot of help and I was like look. I'm not buying this. Disney staff like lever will stick with us. Because we're about to go into this field it you're not telling us the hardships just like the uplifting stuff and I'm like that's not realistic. I'm good for you the last question I asked him. I said okay. You work on all these other projects like Dora the explorer and Jews. You pets. I was like when's the last time you did something for yourself. When's the last time you worked on your project? And he said it's been about thirteen years and I said I'm out I am only out. That will not work so tyler just the fact that you were self aware enough in Undergrad to ask. When was the last time you did? Something for yourself is really impressive. I want to go back to the growing crystals on dead things and other no longer animate objects. How did you land on this particular medium? The those back to like my knack for wanting to do stuff for myself and explore things on my own entirely random as some of the best things in your life can be. I was going to school for animation. I was miserable. I just didn't want to spend my time working school projects. I know. No one will care about after I graduated so I was like I have to time with other things so I would spend every weekend hiking. I went to school in Springfield Missouri. So there's a lot of really good hiking. Eventually that led to me exploring a lot of cars topography. It ended with me inside of caves like pretty quickly. I would spend every weekend crawling through a cave. Exploring Caves. Mapping out caves Missouri is called. The cave state did not know that neither did I. There's a cave within like a two mile radius of me at any point when I was in Springfield Missouri and just this odd thing that I was doing outside of school. I- caving. I was very aware that I was doing something. Most people in Springfield were not doing and I felt this disconnect from the rest of the world but I was still basking in fascination and curiosity while his underground miles away from like other people this separation kind of forced me to fall in love with nature and pull away from things at school and other people that were kind distracting me or making me miserable and I thought I gotTA bring this into my artistic practice. I don't know how but this is fueling me like this is fueling this fire inside of me that I didn't know is there. And so I started working gyms and minerals into my oestrogens into my animations have a slight chemistry background and I thought would've just grow crystals and that wasn't enough. I was like I've seen that thousand times. What have I seen so I went through the list and crystals on insects was one of the things that I just? Couldn't creatively like picture in my head and if I couldn't picture in my head and I couldn't find it on Google then I was like this thing has to Hap- I have to make this so I did and it went viral online. Like pretty quick. I would believe that because crystals on insects. I don't even know where to start with that. I mean obviously we've seen your work. It's beautiful I would never in a million years. Thought CRYSTALS INSECTS. Let's see what I mean tyler. Were you doing a kind of Nature Association game where you had to running lists and you're like let me pick? Let me pick crystals end something from this list? Like how did those two things intersect for you? While spending time hiking was looking at a lot of insects and I was approaching life like a kid for the first time in a long time. Everything look at it observe. It and I was like adults. Just do not do this anymore. I was really into insects so I was drawing them and then I was like man. I'm really into this geometry and I'm finding my roots back and science so I was like geometry. Nature equals crystals so I had two different schools of Science. I was working into my bringing into my artistic practice on asleep. I was like you know what I have a lot of things I love doing. I need to save some time. And why don't I start combining some of my fascinations of always had a knack of like loving doing a bunch of different things. But there's not enough time so I've made a habit of combining my different fascinations to kind of cut my time in half crystals insects drawing Art Maybe if I'd just lump art and insects and crystals together I could save myself time on my fascination. Okay that's a brilliant. You are speaking our language so now I need to know. How did you learn the chemistry to pull this off because you didn't studied chemistry in college right you? Ap Chemistry in high school. But how did you learn the techniques and the materials that you would need to do this funny quick back story on why even picked chemistry in the big world of anything to pick I took? Ap Chemistry Ib H. L. Chemistry all these higher in chemistry classes in high school which I never would have accepted at the time in high school? I had an ex girlfriend who we're all signing up for classes and she was like I'm going to take pre AP chemistry. And I was like am I too. And She. She looked at me and said you're too dumb to take. Yeah I'm not very fond of this guy's dating at the time. Oh Yes oh my God. That was the red flag. Tyler has a big X. in front of the word girlfriend yes. This person was one of the first in a line of people to never take anything a one to do seriously which I learn. You'll so told her. Yeah right I'll do it. I took pre AP Chemistry and I failed miserably. Because I was a huge goofball. I didn't pay attention a lot of like dark things going.
"thrashers" Discussed on Amanpour
"Reported story of what is happening to China's Muslim awesome minority known as this weekend however the news was full of this story thanks to a famous soccer player Arsenal star Messaoud Ozone has criticized China's mistreatment of widows and also the silence of the Muslim world. He is Turkish and Muslim himself in response. China immediately pulled coverage of an obstacle game from state television television and later invited Ulta Xinjang where most week is live to see for himself in our latest special report on the Warriors Correspondent Matt Rivers Service. Shows us the crackdown. By way of Wego cemeteries that are being leveled and built over there. Okay this is easy to Elkins. Father died it. It was too dangerous for him to go to the funeral and China. Aziz is an ethnic Wieger who lives in exile in north London but he grew up in western Chinese region called Xinjiang. An area activists say is the center of an unparalleled human rights crisis in the world. Today this is not normal. State normal can handle this. Uh evilness Jinjiang is where the United Nations says. The Chinese government has detained hundreds of thousands of Muslim ethnic minorities including there's over the past several years critics say China is doing that to try and eliminate Islam within its borders. Some detainees or seen here in leaked video blindfolded folded and shackled as. They are transferred between places former detainees have told CNN they're kept in a massive network detention camps. Where inside allegations of torture about China's government denies that and says they're just offering vocational training designed to fight extremism but earlier this year? We tried to see those camps for ourselves. And we're met with police ma'am. Can you tell me what that is. Is this something that you don't want us to see a year. You tell me why you won't. WHOA we're here to film what we believe is a camp father gestures to be here in London? Aziz tells us his father was buried in this tomb near his family family home in central Xinjiang in the past. He visited him the only way he could. By using Google Earth to see the tomb from above but in June the satellite image changed before rows of tombs now. A largely empty flattened field. What happened to your father's remains? I thought no I don't know I have no idea in a month long. Investigation working with sources in the weaker community analyzing hundreds of satellite images. CNN has has found more than one hundred cemeteries that have been destroyed. Most in just the last two years like this one in the town of Ach sue a cemetery I demolished than redeveloped with a man made pond or this one in Shire distinctive white tombs leveled and simply built over the. afp First First reported on this destruction and visited some sites at three different places. They said they found human bones. CNN is also found. Multiple government notices online on line in one case giving families just fifteen days to move remains. We showed these images to Ryan thumb an anthropologist who studies Islam I'm in China and uses satellite imagery to study this region. There's no doubt in your mind what that is right. Now this is this is absolutely clear what this says you can see the destruction encroaching now. If you look at Google Earth today you'll see that this sort of flat surface. It now covers everything. And that is a phenomenon. Stretching stretching right across the region of Xinjiang in response to the Chinese government did not deny the cemetery destruction they said in part quote governments in Sheen John fully respect and guarantee the freedom of all ethnic groups to choose cemeteries and funeral and burial methods in public documents. Official reasons for the destruction include wanting learning to build quote civilized cemeteries to promote progress. Weaker cemeteries are central to village life. A place to meet and connect one generation and to the last. It's akin to for an American. Seeing Arlington cemetery raised in the Tomb of the unknown soldier dug up and paved over. It's a great act to desecration and a a kind of open insult to weaker culture stronger. These believes it's a desecration that will have a backlash. We cannot anymore with them together because they're committing genocide against three people in Xinjiang. It seems even the dead can't rest Matt rivers CNN London. So let's get more on this with we. American activists Furka the judge at his mother who has been caught up in Beijing Wego reeducation programs and she's still stuck in Jinjiang Furka. Thank you so much for joining us from Washington. Welcome come to the program. I'm let me I ask you. You just saw this report. What do you think when you see that element of Wieger culture and heritage wjr being destroyed according to this report first of all? Thanks for having me here today and then second it is really hard to see because does the most awfully talk about the concentration camps but except the concentration camp. There is many different Aspect of culture identity are being destroyed like the kid. It's like a couple months alter teenage ages. You're being forced two separate from their own families. And then put into the state run orphan centers and then the adults including my mother and my other led to my aunts uncles causes they were forced to send to concentration camps and instead indefinitely an manual them or they are still in those places on the same time. There is destroyed cemeteries were the old people even old dad people. They can't even rest peacefully so that's the destruction from to every single site of legal culture history we're identity and it is it fits all the description all look the labels of the genocide on the cultural genocide. So let me ask you of course about your mother because as we said she was taken to the cab eventually she has been released from those cams. She spent time in prison but she's now at home. What are you able to? How were you able to communicate with her? How is she is she free to come and go a you free to come and go so first of all yes shoes? She is released after spending more than fifteen months of been multiple camps and a factory and also more than three months in the prison but she was released from the camp or the prison but actually she is in the opener. Prison right now all the moment and then every rescind that we talked to is not under the Chinese police so I can't even ask her about what was experienced during the fifteen months in those places this. She just left from the hospital for the seventh time in six months that she was released yesterday. And then this morning I spoke to only three minutes because she had really high blood pressure or blood. Pressures are the two hundred that's the coalition that we just saw a picture of her of lying down obviously in bed looking in distress and I know that she has not been well. Can you tell me why she was hold in. What is the aim of the Chinese government with the week? As we've seen this trove of papers that has been released and gives a roadmap would map of of what the Chinese think about this issue. Why though is this happening? The China's garment used a sailor. Still say that those those camps are for training or job training for the the terrorist or separatist but the four hundred three pages from the New York Times that shows those camps not for the terrorists actually for the normal people like my mother. She's be our Muslim but she doesn't even go scarf she doesn't go to mass and then my aunts and my uncles they were sent to prison. Swipe now they were. The government officials would for the Chinese government for more than thirty years. Those documents saying that like the people who were put in those camps they got infected in your minds but there is there is also the author using as a as a reason to lock up more than three million people by the estimates from the US Pentagon but actually what they are doing is just destroying the culture the identity and then just getting rid of the whole nation nation as a whole. Can I ask you question because obviously we see you know terrible. Things happening to Myanmar's Muslim population through hinders who've who've been chased out how to centrally and you saw and you've had many sort of prominent people support the week. 'cause like the latest is Massoud. Ozo- What do you you think of tweets like his also. What do you think of his complained that the Muslim world is silent on the treatment of this Muslim minority? In China it is really important. As grammar myself and specially who got his mother spend a long time in the in those camps CBS. Seeing that international soccer star speaking about people gives us the hope that our stories are being listed by the world. The people are knowing they're paying attention about it and also it's really important that pointed out the Muslim countries. They are still staying silent. What happens if bester like UK or the US locks up maybe thousand or fifteen hundred Muslims in the camp force them to eat pork or drink drink alcohol? What will be the response from Slavic countries like Saudi Arabia Turkey or Qatar or many others but there is more than couple million people in those kemps are being forced to drink? Alcohol eat four and Muslim girls offer on sisters are being forced to Chinese and then they are being sold as sex slaves audio with a forced labourers. Oh my God. It sounds so awful. I want to ask you because you know you're you're an activist. Your mother is still there other members of your family. You still there. Obviously China has reacted furiously to outside intervention What what are you? Do you think it could make things worse. Feel mother the fact that you that you speak out you afraid it. It did my Mama's detained last year February and then I waited more than seven months for it to be released because I was scared that if I speak out the Chinese government will punish her but instead the locked up my aunt uncle cousins eight people from my direct family were settles camps and then when I started speaking out every time when I speak to a media or give speeches at different events. This threaten my uncle's causes and even my seventy five years old grandmother. The bring them to the police station and the force them to sign contracts three days after the meeting with Secretary of State. Mike Pompeo in March this year. They transferred my aunt and uncle to the prisons and the later on sentenced for seven eight years. So even even just speaking to you here for my people my family. Yes it is going to put my mother and my other family members live in the risk. But it is. It is the only way to let the world know because the China's GonNa don't allow the CNN CNN or the BBC as your show earlier they don't allow the international media access to those places and then let the world see what's really happening in those dark cells. Furka Jodi thank you so much glad to hear from you and we wish your mother. Well we turn now back to the United States where an estimated one point one million people living with HIV. And it's gay black men who are most at risk right now. Stephen W thrasher is the Daniel Randburg Chair of Social Justice Journalism Awesome and North Western University..
"thrashers" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"But wanted to just come in on your fact that any playoffs is probably the best doing product love in terms of major sports because I'm gonna living born in living Atlanta, don't have the Thrashers anymore. They get to see an NFL baseball fan. But you told me the year when the Rangers in the kings were in that Stanley Cup finals in every single one of those games overtime double overtime game. I was like I needed tune into playoff hockey every year. Here's the point. Right. You're not even arranged or a kings fan. Correct. Doll routed or not I don't watch regular season hockey. Exactly. And I think a lot of people. I mean last night. And that's the thing about it. Every time someone gets the puck past the red line in game. Seven overtime, you're at the edge of your seat. Absolutely. You got anything else that it gave? No. And I and this comment from the last caller if you look in the next five years, and you're building. NFL NBA team. And you want somebody on your team? I've put Dame top five looking for the next five eight years make build a team around. That's my that's my last word. All right. Good stuff that of course, is gave down in Atlanta new. I don't know what you're saying Nuno. You're spouting something over there. Nobody really knows. We're gonna take another call because I'm not sure if that's what you're looking for. So I will take another one. Let's go to Isaac in Arkansas Isaac you're on on ESPN radio. What's up? Hey, man. I just gotta try me on this. What's the biggest issue with Oklahoma, man? It's not rest Westbrook. I'm tell you. It's the chemistry of team where where do you think darts, where do you where do you think stars where for one they gotta stop ball hogging? They have to when I'm hey, you have those other Isaac where does that start? Where does the the whole ball hogging mentality began on a come a it started? It has to come from Paul George Westworld. It's westbrook. And then they have to utilize Steve they have to use utilize Smith down in post. They have to utilize the rest of their team. Adam see the thing with Adams Adams, not a guy that's gonna want him taking fifteen shots game that the guy that's going to clean up loose change. And and get a rebound lay it in or block as Shah like he does the dirty work the truth is you're right Isaac. Thanks to the phone call..
Police arrest 'laughing serial slasher' who terrorised Los Angeles
"There's been an arrest in Los Angeles in the case of cereals Thrasher. A guy who wrote around unadvisable flashing the faces of anyone he passed KNX reporter, Pete Demetrio. It was a tip from a parole agent that led LAPD metropolitan division officers to a gathering of homeless people at one hundred nine hundred Wilmington there. They found and arrested nineteen year old lead. Ray Brioni detective Steve Garcia said once video images got out about the bike riding assault suspect. The flow of information about where the man might be hiding turned into a torrent. Everyone was touched by this. I talked to countless people and everybody was on board with this. Because this guy was victimizing innocent people. Investigators believe they can tie Brioni to at least nine knife attacks, including one on a thirteen year old boy on Monday, they'll be asking the DA's office to file multiple attempted murder charges against him in the next few days as they solidify. The evidence against him.
FSU fan tied to racist post about Willie Taggart under investigation
"President of. Florida state university's condemning a racist. Social post aimed at football coach Willie Taggart, he call it ignorant. Then despicable John Thrasher responded yesterday to a photo that appeared on an FSU Facebook fan page depicting Taggart who is black with a noose around his neck that followed the Seminoles loss on Saturday to in state rival Florida ending streaks thirty six consecutive bowl appearances and forty one consecutive winning seasons. Thrasher said he's glad that the state attorney is investigating the post and the Taggart has the university's
"thrashers" Discussed on The Bible Project
"Famous line. They turn their a. k. forty-sevens into parts for weet Thrashers swords into Plowshares the hammer their swords Shire's. Yeah, we don't need these swords anymore through with them into devices to garden, yeah, farming equipment and gardening equipment to grow tomatoes for the masses ever. Yeah, so powerful, really beautiful hope. But notice it centered in the restoration of Jerusalem and its y'all way himself is the one acting here in these poems. Later on in chapter eleven, there's a poem about the future hope. And here it's all centered around the portrait of a king from the line of David. So chapter eleven is a shoot will spring up from the stem of Jesse. Let's David's dad shoot bay. Oh, yeah. A little green plant. Yeah, little tiny, like an a tree? Yeah, you get very, like green fresh new stem. Yep, that's the shoot that's right out of an old stem. Yeah. So it's like a tree that's been chopped down, but the stumps there and then it's new growth coming up out of an old or like a nurse log. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. So the stem of just the family line of Jesse, which is David's dad is going to come to life again, which is a metaphor, go way of saying a knew David, a messianic king. And so awesome. That's great. Good news. New branch is going to pop out of David's line. The spirit of y'all way is going to rest on this king spirit of wisdom and understanding council and strength, knowledge and fear of the Lord. He will not judge by what his eyes see. He will not render a decision by what his ears hear, but with righteousness, he will bring Justice for the poor, and he will render decisions with fairness for the afflicted. So this is image of he won't be misled by surface appearances. Yeah, right. Rather he'll bring true Justice to the poor into the nation's. So what's interesting here is very similar trick of king raining in Jerusalem over the nations and what the kings doing here is bring Zale was doing are what y'all? Y'all doing? Chapter two. So you get we're already familiar with this category, right? Yeah, it's like the same thing as like be alway telling Moses. I'm gonna do this and then you actually go watch it and it's Moses doing. Yeah, that's Isaiah chapter to always saying the last days I'm gonna do this as as chapter eleven last days we're seeing a king from the line of Judah or Jacob. Yeah, doing this. Yeah. Yeah, David. So that same category. Yeah, that's right. So why is it y'all way bringing Justice or the king? And the point is yes. This God acting through the this coming king now with Moses than we would say. But that doesn't mean Moses God, correct. That's correct. I'm with you, so they eleven, we, what's that? This new king is gone except this next point in the two chapters and chapters leading up to chapter eleven. This king is already been described for us. One of his name symbolic names is Emmanuel, which means God with us. The other set of names is given is in chapter nine and this it's the famous Christmas card passage. Child's boy into us, a son is given. His name will be called wonderful counselor, mighty God, eternal father, prince of peace. Yeah, many biblical characters have symbolic names that have a divine title in it. You know, is Asia means y'all way saves, but it is interesting the the identity of this king gets ratcheted up more than seems normal sure. It's not just his name's the symbolic names, but then also in these portraits of his activity, he's like a stand-in for y'all way himself. So that's in the earlier chapters of Isaiah. The book of Isaiah unfolds, you discover that this king while he can bring Justice that still leaves outstanding problem in Israel story, and that's their centuries of rebellion and idolatry and corruption. So it's not just that we need a good king. We need someone to deal with the Sinn problem. We need someone to provide a tone -ment and covering for Israel's rebellion and sin. And so you get this portrait of savior, figure develop throughout the book by Zia, and in the latter parts of the book, it's not a David portrait..
"thrashers" Discussed on KOMO
"Of. Harry Chris of Kiel mortgage Well welcome back on this. Amazing day that I get, to hang out with Mr. slick watts the. Seattle, SuperSonics looks like we let's open the phone lines call coming in there So Danny are you there Hi where are? You calling, in from today I'm up. Here. In northeast Bothell Bothell nice northeast spa Sure. Sharp grassroots corner Thrashers coroner love that, name, Thrashers corner So what's on, your mind He's right here know Denny Wreck yeah watching. Your kids Burlson tommy Down Ready Yeah those good old. Days one of my best memories was watching Spencer Haywood dunk on Bob, Lanier Now's with Smith It was down in Vegas about two weeks, ago that night but he was Dunked on him Can't. Place went nuts we call. Him the captain that's all I'm on. In Vegas together two weeks ago in he looked like he's still play at the big o hands. In good shape Yeah the other one Daniel Airplane the Nick in New, York Charles, Oakley got the, ball And that was That was, a good fight Daddy were you, actually watching that dog daddy where you're watching that live or something Regarding Nice, yeah right here on the Nick, dance, tears flying Okay, you're, next That was. Two. Pit bulls Yeah Well we got to bring back up. There Thanks so much. Take care Danny thanks. For the call today appreciate that a lot so, there's a couple of ways to interact with obviously a couple. Of different things that. The, watts foundation has so obviously on Facebook And so we can, go to. Facebook and then. The website. Itself, it's so it's one word. It's team watts real. Estate and then obviously if you follow slick slick, watts on Facebook I mean you can go right to the. Team watts real estate Website as well and those are great things to to help help support what. Slick is doing with the. Community so slick, are you. Heading to I, think you said you were heading to Alaska, or what's, the deal there we go into place go, Stephen Alaska A, charity basketball, clinic The era, that we're going in the kids have to have jobs right, to, make a living. Heck. Take any families yeah so we use trying to take, out out, patient there, Sean Sean good times show him out of play to see how who is not, only basketball about character billions rent. Self esteem in yourself Forward. To sharing not only in. Seattle but when. Alaska also I would assume. In Alaska I, mean everyone has. To pitch in to kind of keep the family unit going right I mean it's not like here where, you, can just go to college for, four years and then you know not help out mom and, dad, there's a different. Life. There there's more support there's kids helping parents out there's parents happy, helping the, kids it's more of a unit up there because it's it's a lot different different, lifestyle up their different lifestyle different Is is really touches your heart and we have a friend of mine is the, principal Ariza flop in and contribute in, indicates a good time nice so folks if you want to help out with that support there's obviously you can go to either the websites and take a look, at what you need to do to kind of assist with kids. That are under privileged have an opportunity basically to participate in some of these basketball camps take a look at it had a great organization and it's. Set up to help them get a little bit more Being able to have the opportunity right slick I mean that's You know it's great if you. Have to pay seventy five dollars and you can afford it but it's it's very tough for. Underprivileged kids, to were they going to. Find seventy five dollars I mean that's a lot of money so any help that, Dr coma. Listeners. Can give to your Dacian it'd be helpful very awful yeah so any big? Plans. For Labor Day you doing anything citing after. The, show yes I got a golf. Tournament celebrity golf tournament Secondly, I got four lab three labs I gotta go take care and then I'm open on my gloves. In a, pool You never get a get to the weeds Got, so many ways to keep, putting it off but, I said to myself live a clean holiday stay away from all the big. Parties, put on my gloves hats and take yeah Yeah you gotta do what you gotta dear. Right the gardening thing is, so important it's amazing, this summer though with regards to gardens I mean our garden has just gone. Crazy We planted, a bunch of tomatoes and zucchinis and we even have pumpkins. Growing now but we also? Did, radishes and. Carrots and I mean I was, just. Amazed, at how how you know big vegetables. Got? Through this summer because it's been. So hot do you have, a garden well not. Particularly I, in my wife to plano tomatoes I like the one what is so much work when. You have three or four? Acres, or just. Keeping keeping that up right that's tough Fruits putting the? Weeds. About roots But? It's. Good to exercise you know yeah I mean one whole day. Is spent just doing yard work, it seems like or you, know having working in, the garden that type. Of thing which is very therapeutic I mean it's very good for your. Soul to, have a garden anyway I mean that's. Just the reality of it folks we'll be right back ten. Forty two on the KOMO clock and so we have a go to a quick. Break and we'll be right back thanks, if you're, listening to Labor Day say August thirtieth to September four.
Elon Musk tweets apology for calling British cave diver who helped in Thai rescue mission ‘a pedo’
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"thrashers" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available
"Tournament orcas fantastic i've had great experiences with them nineteen ninety world cup later working with with the atlanta thrashers so they always treat it like it's a big deal and they they gave the game respect that it needed i think the only bad part was you'd have to research this too but i can remember like some really early kickoff so remember like noon kickoff which is a you know tough time i'd be on a saturday to get viewers so i i think that the games were very very well produced and directed extremely well done but i don't think our ratings reflected the kind of shows that we put out there i will let me ask you this sort of like this to park questions it's actually related so i'm really so you've you've you've explained a whole bunch of different sort of ports of call shall we say in your professional career which i think in many respects is very indicative of and maybe it's a little less so now or or maybe it's still is sort of a dare i call it peripatetic nature of of broadcasting in in sports right to you know to become the voice of something right it's almost seems like it's a you know it's almost like a holy grail in some respects right because it probably establishes some level of continuity and and able to route yourself i i guess what i'm really curious and this is gonna lead obviously into the thrashers right because here you are going back and forth from soccer now into into hockey for an extended period of time with the thrashers maybe our audience could benefit from just a little bit of a sense of what is the life of a professional sports broadcaster right because you know i think people have this sort of perhaps incorrect perception that you know today obviously you're you're part of the fox sports broadcasting a group and you know probably contractually so but it's not always sort of easy i think i think many people don't realize that there's a lot of it is you know i wanna say gig to gig but it's your your constantly looking or looking for scenarios and situations and broadcast opportunities that you.
"thrashers" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Season it's awesome to celebrate with teams and franchises in schools who are going boldly going where no team in their history has gone before and obviously the las vegas golden knights are the gold standard because it's their first year of existence their brand new they didn't move from somewhere else they are brand spanking new in fact their gold is still shining however you gotta give credit to their opponent in the western conference finals the winnipeg jets who have only been north of the border for seven years prior to that they were the atlanta thrashers but regardless of location this franchises never been to a conference file in fact the two previous appearances in the playoffs the jets slash thrashers were swept so this was not only their first game seven it's now there i covered final how about that this franchise had never been in a game seven prior to tonight and they had to go on the road at the home of the presidents trophy winners and we'll talk about national coming up but after the predators generated five of the first six shots that were they stunning turn of events to dance it out of the quarter myers in from line sharpangle by buyers tyler mars from the goal line sneaks past pecker rene and the jets have a one nothing lead here in the opening terrier creditors send it back into the jets on and bench delayed pasta and this gets deflected in my staff i all the puck staff to the front of the net sharpangle i throw the puck jams it from sheriff rangel thus becker rennick and the jets have to nothing lead dennis biak with the coals on the winnipeg jets radio network would you believe that's all that they needed now they tacked on a few more including goals ten any levin from shy fully in this stanley cup postseason but they didn't need anything else because connor hello book was fantastic thirty seven saves and he was still out there on the ice at the end which is not the same for his counterpart pekka arena who was chased after that second goal so the jets put two goals together in the span of two minutes and six seconds and just after the midway point of the first period rita was gone peter lobby lead didn't waste any more time he made.
"thrashers" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast
"Twenty hawkeye oh nice ame so that's terex grabs thrashers about throw him into a piece of short metal shrapnel until marble what catches them battled back battle may morita novartis smelting round yeah and smacking eric's around four play speed ball starts smacking him around people i remember when i had the marble cards i think he had the lowest statistics of anything just like doubts off stuff but i associate spiegel slapstick being on the same kind of but marvel boy puts them in telecom etiquette bubble in what's his connecticut motion build up until basically connecticut cannon the shoot terex with and again i'm kill you all and then my thrasher finally comes to the conclusion keeps ease using ground soil to replenish themselves nova name arena pull them off the ground than thrown into the sky where he seems the blow up and they're like what you had to kill him but of course now that now that the battles over who shows up the clean up the of interest free of them the america see all canned or boy window von quasar the man of few words in this issue but i'm like they kinda usually downplayed where like people don't seem to know who quasar is but marvel marvel fig of fanny news equates aureus while he had to do is avengers research you know trying to get a job there i guess gotta know the personnel again but yeah that's very that's contrary to most of the things that we've read so far with people in the street mistaking him for no or just not knowing what basically the vendors talking to the guy in charge in a.
"thrashers" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"I know that during the month of march new hampshire and reading play each other it seems like almost every day that's not quite like this spring training schedule of a lot of the other teams so you certainly do get to know each other and then you follow each other up through class the advanced day we'd do it on the same league at class a the phillies team is in lakewood new jersey and the blue jays are in lansing michigan but then you get back together again in the the florida state league advanced hair you play your aa pretty good rivals when you get the triple a international league with the blue jays buffalo playing lehigh valley and then again the kind of go your separate ways again we get to the major league maybe the phillies and bluejays get a series every now and then it's a fun year especially for this i guess you can call it minorly rivalry between toronto and philadelphia they've both got some of their most loaded teams in recent memory we just mentioned the clearwater thrashers phillies vance day and of course i mean who isn't talking about the new hampshire fisher cats and their prospect a loaded lineups these days and certainly qualifies for another fun marquee match up tonight i'll give you this it was eight years ago today tyler april thirtieth of two thousand ten and reading was here in this ballpark fisher cats beat reading that night six to three and in his second start against his former organization kyle gray beck improved a foreign one with a six to three win over reading the fisher cats managed that year by luis rivera improved a fourteen and seven they were in the middle of an eight game win streak which is still tied for the longest winning streak in fisher cat history grave beck part of one of the biggest trades ever between the blue jays and the philadelphia phillies the deal that set roy holiday over to fill adelphia and kyle's rayban came over here to play for the fisher cats helped lead new hampshire to a playoff in two thousand and ten we went on to win a title in two thousand eleven so that was this date in fisher cat history eight years ago we'll take a break we'll be back to northeast delta dental stadium right after this the wgn fisher cats radio network.
"thrashers" Discussed on KFQD News Talk
"Mental level we think that the deeper you go into reality the simpler it should be not the more complicated and ugly right now this update called the standard model the standard model does seem to fit most of the particles seem by our adams thrashers it is only a partial theory for example it has no gravity and so gravity is missing in the standard model a huge defect not to mention the fact that we have all these subatomic particles hundreds of them and we have thirtysix quirks nineteen to twenty free parameters that you can twist and like a dial on a radio and mother nature why would it create something so ugly some people say that the standard model is a theory so ugly that only a mother could love it now even the creators of the standard model say it's ugly even they say their own creation is supremely ugly so there's gotta be something simple elegant beautiful at the fundamental level and the leading candidate is string theory which says an electron is not really a dot at all an electron has vibrating where we're van vibrating at one frequency when you change the frequency of the electron it turns into another particle a neutrino if he changed the frequency at the neutrino it turns into other particle quark so you twang it enough it turns into all the particles you see at the large hadron collider when we smash protons apart so in other words why do we have so many subatomic particles because they're like musical notes on a violin string why does a violin string have so many musical notes to get there nothing but different vibrations on a single string so is beautiful is the string was messy is to catalog all the ways in which strains can vibrate that's quite messy and my friends spend a whole lifetime lifetime cataloging many of the bible story modes of the string well we'll answer your question about whether you can influence these vibrations after the break but let's take a short commercial break once again you are listening to science fantastic give us a call six one two five six four eight one three five is number to call.
"thrashers" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan
"Well known fun fact here it's usually a beer with a shot of whiskey that's a boiler maker which is my favorite thing in the world since that's my favorite thing in the world we're gonna have to put or diggers through because out love my team to be named after a beer and a shot it's a good that's a good trivia team name the boiler makers yeah i don't know because it's an actual team name i'm trying you guys feel you want me to get through this here we go just get back to we will circle back around others out of the bracket we've got the fighting pickles against the thrashers now thrasher is a machine this is my coastal bias that i assume people don't know what it is because i didn't and i it's a machine you put weet into and it and it grinds it up turns it into week i actually knew that surprise lie i don't know okay i grew up in the mid west there's a lot of stuff in the mid west like that here it is funny because it looks like thrashers which would be a cool thing but it's a threat which is very specific like we're gonna take wheat and we're gonna make it more make it we i was thinking of thrush isn't that like a disease i think it's a yeast infection okay to be fair everybody their common babies so that's why ashley would know that let's not read anything into of sorry let's i'm gonna pickles.
"thrashers" Discussed on TechStuff
"And if in fact this were just a case of using an antenna then there's already a solution that right the person can just go out and buy an antenna never mind the fact that depending upon where you live you may not be able to get a good signal over the air these again antenna that was the argument and originally some of the lower courts agreed with area but eventually this went all the way up to the supreme court wearing a six three decision the supreme court came down and said you know what area you don't have a leg to stand on uh you you are acting more like a cable service provider as opposed to just an antenna and therefore you are not allowed to practise business in this method anymore and so the company ended up folding in 2014 they said they could no longer do that kind of business there are similar businesses that do rely upon and actual consumers own uh feed so in other words there's sling box not to be confused with sling tv and sling box is a streaming media service is a device that's actually allows you to watch your television no matter where you are but this relies upon the feed that is going into your home it's not like it's a system that is connected to someone else's antenna it's connected to your cable boxer satellite boxer or whatever and the way it works is that the incoming signal can then be sent over the internet to the receiver and the benefit of this is you can watch your local television even when you're away from home now there are some issues with this as well because depending upon the content you're trying to watch there are a blackout agreements that can make this a little muddy so for example is sports if i happen to be traveling to let's say c e s and i wanna watch a braves game which would be weird because it would be in the middle of winter in baseball doesn't happen then but follow me because we don't have the thrashers anymore so i don't really have any other sports i would watch but.
"thrashers" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Of the night for our good friend chris boden who diligently got us through blackhawks central pregame through the intermissions and hey he and brian are going to get you through the cj wilson mazda chicago blackhawks post game show that's it for now one more time the final score from the bell mts place here in winnipeg manitoba canada was the blackhawks five and the jets one for everybody i mention i'm john white him and thanks for tuning in this has been blackhawks hockey on seven twenty wgn has got post game activities let's get it to him right now luke kuhn tonight math please mr cj wilson mazda post cox radio seven twenty wgn which again mayors chris voting 48 hours ago the blackhawks said not one more than two games in a row this season they got the third in the overtime victory over the florida panthers and they notched up to four tonight with big five one win over the jets in winnipeg air now 13 in four all time hit winnipeg's since the jets moved back up there once the atlanta thrashers franchise was move so the blackhawks now 1611 and five on the year as lots of heroes in tonight's game and cory crawford should not be overlooked this is the fifteenth time this season he has allowed to or fewer goals and his guys got him a cushion tonight probably some some nice nice feeling there for corey crawford after the blackhawks worth three times in the first ten and a half minutes of the game welcome every one of the cj and mazda chicago blackhawks post game show i am chris boden anlysts gets a nights post game story line sponsored by wintrust humidity banks find your local wintrust community bank had wintrust.
"thrashers" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Dealt this week including a tweak that would make it harder for private investment funds to avoid paying some taxes kelsea snell and pr nieto's the capital president trump says he hopes to address trade and security during his meeting with south korean president moon jaein trump is in seoul the second stop of his visit to asia as the bbc's robin braff reports the president aims to show us resolve them addressing threats from north korea strength in unity is the message they want to send to kim jong un just across the border in the north but there are strains to president trump has labelled his south korean counterpart unep's up and the two men disagree of after free trade deal the white house wants to renegotiate donald trump told the un he could destroy north korea if attacks the us with nuclear weapons here in seoul they're hoping that language is in repeated the bbc's robin brandt in seoul the president of florida state university has indefinitely suspended fraternity and sorority activities at the school john thrashers announcement on monday came in the wake of an alcohol related death of a privilege last week in an unrelated drunk charge against a member of a separate fraternity this is npr news from kqed news i'm tara seiler a firearms expert in the highprofile san francisco murder trial over the death of catherine stanley says the gun used to kill her with likely no more than two feet off the ground when it fired the fatal shot he cuny's alex emslie reports testimony from the witness criminalist james norris aligns with defendant jose in as garcia suratis argument that he didn't mean to fire the shot that killed styling the bullet ricocheted off the concrete about twelve feet from garcia's route two and flew 78 more feet before hitting stanley norris testified that because the bullet rows over that distance at styling in the lower back he could estimate at the height of the gun before the richocheting and it was loaded the ground he said it would be impossible to and from that position which would have been atr below garcia's arrest days knees as he sat in the metal chair the prosecution is arguing.