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"three hundred ninety feet" Discussed on DeaconLive

DeaconLive

05:32 min | 2 years ago

"three hundred ninety feet" Discussed on DeaconLive

"Video by the way I like to do cartooning. And sometimes illustration, because that's the thing that I really enjoy immensely. Yeah, I have a certificate. That I received on my ninetieth birthday from the Guinness Book of World Records that I am the longest working cartoonist in history, and it's been a very pleasurable sixty years because I respect the people at mad. I, I don't like to use the term. We were a family because it's so overused. Everyone's a family. The Yankees are a family. The dodgers a family. What you do is you. Wake up every Monday morning and you say. What am I going to produce now to make a buck? So that's Algi. He actually passed away. Unfortunately, he just pass away this past week. Nine thousand nine years old now in this video, he was ninety five, so he said he's been the longest artists drawing cartoon artists for six years, so that means he didn't start. Start until he was thirty five sixty years ago. Everyone you had grandkids at thirty five. You already had a full family and stuff you didn't start a career cartooning or drawing at thirty five usually started in your mid twenties or early twenties, college and stuff so yeah Al Jaffe. Matt magazine Artists. If you don't know you picked up his magazine. You've seen his artwork before especially if you've seen them back in the day. What was it the? America's funniest. No puts the one with the bloopers and stuff. They always had the cartoon drawings that would run across the screen on the bottom and yeah, that's him. He drew all that, so he's. He passed away aged ninety nine. That's a good life. That's a good live he is inkwell is dried up. I guess you would say know how to rap that went up and speaking of wrapping things up. We'll tell you this right here. You ready for this. Are you from ghost rider? I know you know the horrible one. Yeah, the one Nicholas Cage now one was horrible. They're coming out with a new ghost rider. It's the guy from the walking dead now. I'm not a big walking dead fan. But they are going to revamp the ghostwriter now. The reason why they're doing now is because Marwat has now claimed rights back to. It's a big. It's a it's a big comic book. NERD. Thing moral has re opted or gotten more control over the ghost rider coming back to marvel, so they're going to make this whole doctor, strange ghost rider, and this whole mythical thing they're going to spin off and do their own series and stuff, but the guy who's GonNa play. The New Ghost Reiner is Norman Rita's and he's going to be the guy from walking yet. The Guy who looks like he's dirty and stinky, which ones Deacon, they look dirty and stinky. It's the one guy who looks like say looks like the guy from the terminate. The kid from the Terminator and might be thinking. Thinking I know I'm throwing things out there. Hopefully it sticks to the wall, but yet so who better to play the ghost rider then Norman Reedus. He's also got a series right now on AMC. Ride with me, which shows his exploring the motorcycle culture? So why not hell? Yeah? He says it would be a blast. I've always been a big fan of Dan Ketch version of the ghost rider so hopefully doctor strange, and we'll be launching a supernatural side of the marble ghost rider, and the ghost rider will ride once against guy from walking dead might be the new a fiery head guy now. Here's another thing. You guys like roller coasters. We do I'm not a big roller coaster fan I'm not I. Don't get into it I never. Have you know I always err on the judge of caution like if something happens, but my friend good friend of mine took me to my to born raised in Florida. Cut Me Open. I Bleed San, and we have the theme parks and stuff now growing up, we didn't have universal studios. All we had was Disneyworld and Busch Gardens and seaworld. Sprinkled in there somewhere, but busch gardens was always the roller coaster. Things all my twenty first birthday, my my best friend, growing up. Who's now passed away? He took me to Busch Gardens now. If you've never been to Busch Gardens, they have what they call a hospitality house because they do brew beer right there on the promise on the premises I promise you on the premises, so you're allowed to drink beer and stuff and. And have some beers and then I said. This is the only way I'm getting on them. It's the only way I'm getting on them. You would think the to melt well together, but I had to get over that knocking knees, chattering of teeth, so a couple beers usually does it to me, and we started on the basic one, and worked our way up to the big ones and yeah, I wrote all the roller coaster. Last time and then I've got stories about Universal Studios, but we're running short on time so I won't get into that. Maybe another upset about Universal Studios. He used to work there. Guys did us. You're dead, but this Alpine coaster you don't want to Alpine coaster is basically it's just a rail track, and you're sitting in a car in this almost like a little sled type car North Carolina I. Find Coaster in the blue. Ridge mountains one of the best ways to take North Carolina's beautiful atmosphere in the Blue Ridge Mountain is by rollercoasters wilderness run out. To be exempt the first Alpine coaster. Can they put that in the here? One more time in the state will take you down two thousand, three hundred ninety feet of trump at up to twenty seven miles per hour, twisting twirling above the Sugar Mountain ski resort. This is an exciting addition to the banner elk area. So you guys have always heard about banner. Oh, good skiing and stuff! This is considered to be about thirty total Alpine coasters. In the whole. United States so there's only thirty of them now. What's the difference irregular coaster in an Alpine coaster? The difference is because they use. Down the mountain to create its speed so basically gravity army veteran Eric Burchard and his wife. Sarah are the owners and operators of the roller coaster, which their daughter Ashley Brown helping with marketing.

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"three hundred ninety feet" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

06:57 min | 2 years ago

"three hundred ninety feet" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Comes Joey Barton court hit a home run to right field and it was a long one he not only cleared the wall out there he got it up into the first row of the the pavilion out there back behind the bullpen and he takes a curve ball very high for ball one one ball no strikes man this guy is just stunning right now we've got dark clouds over most of this guy and the setting sun is created tacular colors in that sky here comes a board takes a little bit too high two balls no strikes right sit on one kid and see if you can knock one out Chad Tromp T. R. O. M. P. at second the Peter Maris the runner at first Joey Barton the gents top minor league prospects at the plate and he takes time and tide football the bard whose only twenty three years old hard to remember that he's only twenty three because been so highly touted and was a first round draft but he only had two years in the minors with the giants with a total of five hundred seventeen official at bats in those two seasons got hit with a pitch early last year in San Jose and when the show now he takes too low it's a four pitch walk and now the bases are loaded that's true what's partially hid that's within this inning so that brings up drew Robinson is the possible time run in the Dodgers send their pitching coach out that amount mark Pryor was that no that's Dave Roberts himself gonna get the ball from Nolan long legs long so the the visiting bullpen here at Scottsdale stadium is in left field behind the wall in left field and there's not a soul that's been out there and we have seen anybody warm up in the giants will pan out behind the jazz will pen under that pavilion in right field there are bullpens in sort of covered cages and they must be using those because that's where all the pictures from both teams have been coming in and through that gate leading back underneath the the pavilion after lard is the new pitcher John Broussard he Joe Broussard CEO Bruce aren't okay with the bases loaded two down there's not been a single ball put in play in this ending long struck out two and walked two and hit a batter that's a lot of hitters without a single ball in play yup and it looks like it's part of spring training I should have never chills at the beginning of the game when I said this it is spring training chance of forty pictures of stamps you might see all of we see nine of them in eight innings that's that's pretty close yeah this is the ninth Dodger pitcher the when we were talking about the the new dimensions the oracle park we're used to be for twenty one I believe it's mostly for fifteen in the bullpens will no longer be in foul ground along the following lines were they've been ever since the park opened twenty years ago but behind the center field fence and I think John the the one spot where the princes of been moved in where it's going to make a difference to straight away center I think it's not going to be three ninety one and so the three ninety nine well you see up against the wall in center field two twenty deep right center is still going to be very deep for fifteen D. for than almost any other part in the National League so here is drew Robinson with the bases loaded and Broussard throws a curve ball drops it in their deeply for a called strike three men on trump a third Maris and second and bart the runner at first the giants trailing eight to four now Bruce shard with the high sat throws swing and a high pop up follow up the third base side coming over to the Dodger dugout and back into the crowd by several rows and it's going to a ninety one mile an hour fastball Robinson who hit a single his first time in the seventh one the one thing that I saw these numbers in bill James offseason book that he puts out a year with all the numbers Brandon belt I had more of morning ouch than any other hitter in the majors lots of rose up and being defined as three hundred ninety feet or above on the pitch is very high bell had nineteen balls and hit three hundred ninety feet or more they were out they might have had some others in the being hits that didn't go out of the ballpark doesn't approve pretty amazing number when you think about fifteen of three hundred ninety feet between three ninety of four hundred and four more of four hundred feet plus there's a fly ball into shallow left center racing in a duplex and now into a diversion Railey and he makes the catch what kind of a late break on that liable by Robinson was able to run it down and the inning is over giants leave them loaded we go to the ninth inning now the Dodgers lead eight to four on the can't be on northern California Honda dealers radio network remember your.

Joey Barton
"three hundred ninety feet" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"three hundred ninety feet" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Brush we're not cutting down the trees and so on we have a fire we have these huge conflagration that nobody can stop again this is nothing to do with two tenths of a degree temperature rise almost it's almost negligible is there a big money in man made climate change issues well it is I think it's one of the factors yes follow the Cambridge over three hundred billion dollars a year right now to try and force a switch to renewables all sorts of other factors we have vice presences to stay ability of companies and deans of sustainability universities weapon viral desk the newspapers we have wind and solar and bio fuel industries and and all these things have become big business now these are the there's nothing wrong with renewable so what's wrong with that okay I'm I'm not necessarily against renewables I just think that we should be subsidizing enforcing the adoption of renewables with the idea we're going to stop the climate from warming of the planet from morning there's no evidence of that we also have some what I would call kind of a severe movements now we have something called electrify everything why don't they simply say those Stephen we're running out of natural resources folks we need renewables it has nothing to do with climate change we just need to be able to save the planet because one day with all these people that are being born on this planet we're going to run out of natural resources we're gonna be up a creek why can't think then it has been an argument the fact is though it's not true is a talk about an outside the green box so called resource depletion isn't happening we have literally because of the Uyghur carbon revolution from fracturing we have centuries at least a couple centuries of oil and gas remaining we also have these methane hydrates the the coastal shelves under the under the ocean where they literally have this ice that is full of natural gas of those estimates are ten times as large as all the gas reserves in the world so there's really no evidence that we're running out of of resources so that argument doesn't work very well either what now what's your take on a hundred U. S. cities that have pledged to be a hundred percent renewable by twenty fifty yeah it's it's it's a big fan of it we have give some extremely sample Saint Louis that's where I am right now but for your right now now is I think like twenty thirty five they want to be on a percent electricity renewable but the state of Missouri gets about seventy seventy seven percent of their power from a coal electrical power in ninety seven percent from non renewable sources Ohio is similar both Cincinnati in Cleveland mayors are city councils of pledge they're going to be a hundred percent renewable Ohio is three percent renewable today of these so the city leaders have absolutely no idea how to do this and what it's going to cost but the evidence we see around the world as it is going to raise energy prices for the residents the big issue too is scientists are warning of a major sea level rise by twenty one hundred and of course they're blaming the carbon dioxide pollution for this they are former vice president Al Gore in in his movie and in his books talked about a twenty foot rice with your twenty one hundred to get the data from Dr James Hansen at at NASA others have predicted big rice's but we have very good data tide gauges inside your tight gauges around the world we have all the world show on average rice of seven or eight inches per century further you can go to a site at NASA and and SO tells us that the oceans have risen a hundred and twenty meters of three hundred ninety feet in the last twenty thousand years and scientists can tell you a natural sea level rise stop the man made sea level rise began so the great news is we're probably going to have to adjust to a seven or eight inch per century rice the the bad news is water ski Manhattan postcards are not going to be in big demand not not gonna happen so yeah any any pull a politician is also you know sort of stop the rise of the seas I think you better get though a little better a little bit of personal follow now is there any companies leading the way to get this thing taken care of where people don't panic and think it's all man made well I'm I'm sorry to say most of the industry has bought into this is Tom tremendous pressure on companies I talk about it now said the green box companies are spending millions of dollars every year on environmental methods or procedures that don't really do anything thing for the environment such as subsidizing purchasing renewables counting the carbon dioxide foot print even buying carbon credits in a lot of other things when I go in it is that the companies I say there's only one place for this activity that's in your public relations department because it doesn't do anything else but they're under terrific pressure even the the the petroleum industry has come out saying that we have a great product everybody wants it but it's causing the climate that to change and it's hurting mankind so what we need to shoot.

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"three hundred ninety feet" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"three hundred ninety feet" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Can go to a site at NASA and the message tells us that oceans have risen a hundred and twenty meters of three hundred ninety feet in the last twenty thousand years and scientists can tell you a natural sea level rise stopped and man made sealevel rise began so the great news is we're probably going to have to adjust to a seven or eight inch per century rice the the bad news is water ski Manhattan postcards are not going to be in big demand not gonna happen so yeah any any pull a politician Associados other stuff the rise of the seas I think you better get though a little better a little bit of personal follow now is there any companies leading the way to get this thing taking care of war people don't panic and think it's all man made well I'm I'm sorry to say most of industry has bought into this is trump tremendous pressure on companies I talk about it not say the green box companies are spending millions of dollars every year on environmental methods or procedures that don't really do any financing for the environment such as subsidizing in purchasing renewables counting the carbon dioxide foot print even buying carbon credits in a lot of other things is that when I go in it present to companies I say there's only one place for this activity that's in your public relations department because it doesn't do anything else but they're under terrific pressure even.

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"three hundred ninety feet" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"three hundred ninety feet" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Twenty meters three hundred ninety feet in the last twenty thousand years and scientists can tell you a natural sea level rise stopped and man made sealevel rise began so the great news is we're probably going to have to adjust to a seven or eight inch per century rice the the bad news is water ski Manhattan postcards are not going to be in big demand not gonna happen so yeah any any pull a politician is also you know sort of stop the rise of the seas I think you better get though a little better a little bit of personal follow now is there any companies leading the way to get this thing taken care of war people don't panic and think it's all man made well I'm I'm sorry to say most of the industry has bought into this is trump tremendous pressure on companies I talk about it now the side the green box companies are spending millions of dollars every year on environmental methods or procedures that don't really do any financing for the environment such as subsidizing in purchasing renewables counting the carbon dioxide foot print even buying carbon credits in a lot of other things is that when I go in it present to companies I say there's only one place for this activity that's in your public relations department because it doesn't do anything else but they're under terrific pressure even the the the petroleum industry has come out saying that we have a great product.

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"three hundred ninety feet" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"three hundred ninety feet" Discussed on KTOK

"Us that oceans have risen a hundred and twenty meters of three hundred ninety feet in the last twenty thousand years and scientists can tell you a natural sea level rise stopped and manmade sea level rise began so the great news is we're probably going to have to adjust to a seven or eight inch per century rice the the bad news is water ski Manhattan postcards are not going to be in big demand not gonna happen so the I. any any pull a politician as does the you know so to stop the rise of the seas I think you better get though a little better a little bit of personal follow now is there any company is leading the way to get this thing taken care of war people don't panic and think it's all man made well I'm I'm sorry to say most of the industry has bought into this is trump tremendous pressure on companies I talk about it not say the green box companies are spending millions of dollars every year on environmental methods or procedures that don't really do any financing for the environment such as subsidizing in purchasing renewables counting the carbon dioxide foot print even buying carbon credits in a lot of other things is it when I go in it present to companies I say there's only one place for this activity that's in your public relations department because it doesn't do anything else but they're under terrific pressure even the the the petroleum industry has come out saying that we have a great product everybody wants it but it's causing the climate that to change and it's hurting mankind so what would you do the shoot what's your take Steven and weather manipulation I because I'm convinced we can have that capability I think we do it on a local scale certainly they've been cloud seeding for.

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"three hundred ninety feet" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"three hundred ninety feet" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Around the world we have all over the world show on air Bridger rice of seven or eight inches per century of further you can go to a site at NASA and the masses tells us that oceans have risen a hundred and twenty meters of three hundred ninety feet in the last twenty thousand years and scientists can tell you a natural sea level rise stop the man made sealevel rise began so the great news is we're probably going to have to adjust to a seven or eight inch per century rice the the bad news is water ski Manhattan postcards are not going to be in big demand not not gonna happen so the I. any any pull a politician is also you know so to stop the rise of the CD so I think you better get though a little better a little bit of personal follow now is there any company is leading the way to get this thing taken care of war people don't panic and think it's all man made well I'm I'm sorry to say most of the industry has bought into this is trump tremendous pressure on companies I talk about it now the site the green box companies are spending millions of dollars every year on environmental methods or procedures that don't really do any financing for the environment such as subsidizing in purchasing renewables counting the carbon dioxide footprints even buying carbon credits in a lot of other things is that when I go in it present to companies I say there's only one place for this activity that's in your public relations department because it doesn't do anything else but they're under terrific pressure even the the the the petroleum industry has come out saying that we have a great product everybody wants it but it's causing the climate that to change and it's hurting mankind so what we need for the shoot.

NASA sealevel rise air Bridger Manhattan three hundred ninety feet twenty thousand years twenty meters eight inches eight inch
"three hundred ninety feet" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"three hundred ninety feet" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Gas remaining we also have these methane hydrates the the coastal shelves under the under the ocean where they literally have this I use that is full of natural gas of those estimates are ten times as large as all the gas reserves in the world so there's really no evidence that we're running out of of resources so that argument doesn't work very well either what now what's your take on a hundred U. S. cities that have pledged to be a hundred percent renewable by twenty fifty yeah it's it's it's a big fan of it we have give you some extremely sample Saint Louis that's where I am right now but Israel right now is I think like twenty thirty five they want to be a hundred percent electricity renewable but the state of Missouri gets about seventy to seventy seven percent of their power from a coal electrical power in ninety seven percent from non renewable sources Ohio is similar both Cincinnati in Cleveland mayors are city councils of pledge they're going to be a hundred percent renewable Ohio is three percent renewable today of these so the city leaders have absolutely no idea how to do this and what it's going to cost but the evidence we see around the world is that is going to raise energy prices for the residents the big issue too is scientists are warning of a major sea level rise by twenty one hundred and of course they're blaming the carbon dioxide pollution for this they are former vice president Al Gore in in his movie and in his books talked about a twenty foot rise by the year twenty one hundred he got that data from Dr James Hansen the at NASA others have predicted big rice's but we have very good data on tide gauges anti G. tide gauges around the world we have all over the world show on air Bridger rice of seven or eight inches per century further you can go to a site at NASA and the message tells us the oceans have risen a hundred and twenty meters of three hundred ninety feet in the last twenty thousand years and those scientists can tell you a natural sea level rise stop the man made sealevel rise began so the great news is we're probably going to have to adjust to a seven or eight inch per century rice the the bad news is.

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"three hundred ninety feet" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"three hundred ninety feet" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Dr James Hansen the at NASA others have predicted big rice's but we have very good data tide gauges anti G. tide gauges around the world we have all over the world show on air Bridger rice of seven or eight inches per century further you can go to a site at NASA and the message tells us that oceans have risen a hundred and twenty meters of three hundred ninety feet in the last twenty thousand years I have NO scientists can tell you a natural sea level rise stop the man made sealevel rise began so the great news is we're probably going to have to adjust to a seven or eight inch per century rice the the bad news is water ski Manhattan postcards are not going to be in big demand not gonna happen so yeah any any pull a politician as does the you know so to stop the rise of the seas I think you better get a little better a little bit of personal follow now is there any companies leading the way to get this thing taken care of war people don't panic and think it's all man made well I'm I'm sorry to say most of the industry has bought into this is trump tremendous pressure on companies I talk about it not say the green box companies are spending millions of dollars every year on environmental methods or procedures that don't really do any financing for the environment such as subsidizing in purchasing renewables counting the carbon dioxide foot print even buying carbon credits in a lot of other things is when I go in it present to companies I say there's only one place for this activity that's in your public relations department because it doesn't do anything else but they're under terrific pressure even the the the petroleum industry has come out saying that we have a great product everybody wants it but it's causing the climate that to change and it's hurting mankind so what would you do.

Dr James Hansen NASA sealevel rise air Bridger Manhattan three hundred ninety feet twenty thousand years twenty meters eight inches eight inch
"three hundred ninety feet" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"three hundred ninety feet" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Power from a coal electrical power in ninety seven percent from non renewable sources Ohio is similar both Cincinnati in Cleveland mayors are city councils of pledge they're going to be a hundred percent renewable Ohio is three percent renewable today of these so the city leaders have absolutely no idea how to do this and what it's going to cost but the evidence we see around the world is that is going to raise energy prices for the residence the big issue too is scientists are warning of a major sea level rise by twenty one hundred and of course they're blaming the carbon dioxide pollution for this former vice president Al Gore in in his movie and in his books talked about a twenty foot rise by the year twenty one hundred he got that data from Dr James Hansen the at NASA others the predicted big rice's but we have very good data on tide gauges inside your tight gauges around the world we have all over the world show on air Bridger rice of seven or eight inches per century of further you can go to a site at NASA and the message tells us that oceans have risen a hundred and twenty meters of three hundred ninety feet in the last twenty thousand years I have NO scientists can tell you a natural sea level rise stop the man made sealevel rise began so the great news is we're probably going to have to adjust to a seven or eight inch per century rice the the.

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"three hundred ninety feet" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

05:40 min | 2 years ago

"three hundred ninety feet" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Down the trees and so on we have a fire we have these huge conflagration that nobody can stop again this is nothing to do with two tenths of a degree temperature rise Sir almost it's almost negligible is there a big money in man made climate change issues well it is I think it's one of the factors yes follow over three hundred billion dollars a year right now to try and force the switch to renewables all sorts of other factors we have place presence of sustainability of companies and deans of sustainability universities we have environmental desk at newspapers we have a wind and solar and bio fuel industries and and all these things have become big business now these there's nothing wrong with renewable so what's wrong with the way I'm I'm not necessarily against renewables I just think that we shouldn't be subsidizing enforcing the adoption of renewables with the idea that we're going to stop the climate from warming of the planet from morning there's no evidence of that we also have some what I would call kind of a a severe movements now is something called electrify everything why don't they simply say though Stephen were running on a natural resources folks we need renewables it has nothing to do with climate change we just need to be able to save the planet because one day with all these people that are being born on this planet we're going to run out of natural resources we're gonna creek why can't think then that has been an argument the fact is though it's not true is a talk about an outside the green box so called resource depletion isn't happening we have literally because of the Uyghur carbon revolution from fracturing we have centuries at least a couple centuries of oil and gas remaining we also have these methane hydrates the the coastal shelves under the under the ocean where they literally have this I use that is full of natural gas of those estimates are ten times as large as all the gas reserves in the world so there's really no evidence that we're running out of of resources so that argument doesn't work very well either what now what's your take on a hundred U. S. cities that have pledged to be a hundred percent renewable by twenty fifty yeah it's it's a it's a big fan of it we have give you some extremely simple Saint Louis that's where I am right now but for your right now is I think like twenty thirty five they want to be a hundred percent electricity renewable but the state of Missouri gets about seventy to seventy seven percent of their power from a coal electrical power in ninety seven percent from non renewable sources Ohio is similar both Cincinnati in Cleveland mayors are city councils of pledge they're going to be a hundred percent renewable Ohio is three percent renewable today of these so the city leaders have absolutely no idea how to do this and what it's going to cost but the evidence we see around the world as it is going to raise energy prices for the residence the big issue too is scientists are warning of a major sea level rise by twenty one hundred and of course they're blaming the carbon dioxide pollution for this they are former vice president Al Gore in in is movie and in his books talked about a twenty foot rise by the year twenty one hundred because the data from Dr James Hansen at at NASA others have predicted big rice's but we have very good data tide gauges inside your tight gauges around the world we have all over the world show on air Bridger rice of seven or eight inches per century of further you can go to a site at NASA and the masses tells us that the oceans have risen a hundred and twenty meters of three hundred ninety feet in the last twenty thousand years and scientists can tell you a natural sea level rise stopped and manmade sea level rise began so of the great news is we're probably going to have to adjust to a seven or eight inch per century rice the the bad news is water ski Manhattan postcards are not going to be in big demand not gonna happen so the I. any any pull a politician is also you know some of the stuff the rise of the season I think you better get though a little better a little bit of personal follow now is there any company is leading the way to get this thing taken care of war people don't panic and think it's all man made well I'm I'm sorry to say most of industry has bought into this is trump tremendous pressure on companies I talk about it now said the green box companies are spending millions of dollars every year on environmental methods or procedures that don't really do anything thing for the environment such as subsidizing in purchasing renewables counting the carbon dioxide foot print even buying carbon credits in a lot of other things is it when I go in it presenter companies I say there's only one place for this activity that's in your public relations department because it doesn't do anything else but they're under terrific pressure even the the the petroleum industry has come out saying that we have a great product everybody wants it but it's causing the climate that to change and it's hurting mankind so what we need for the.

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"three hundred ninety feet" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"three hundred ninety feet" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Hansen at at NASA others the predicted big rice's but we have very good data on tight gauges inside your tight gauges around the world we have all over the world show on air Bridger rice of seven or eight inches per century further you can go to a site at NASA and the masses tells us that oceans have risen a hundred and twenty meters three hundred ninety feet in the last twenty thousand years and no scientists can tell you a natural sea level rise stop the man made sealevel rise began so of the great news is we're probably going to have to adjust to a seven or eight inch century rice the the bad news is water ski Manhattan postcards are not going to be in big demand not gonna happen so the I. any any pull a politician is also you know sort of stop the rise of the seas I think you better get though a little better a little bit of personal follow now is there any companies leading the way to get this thing taken care of war people don't panic and think it's all man made well I'm I'm sorry to say most of the industry has bought into this is trump tremendous pressure on companies I talk about it now side the green box companies are spending millions of dollars every year on environmental methods or procedures that don't really do anything thing for the environment such as subsidizing in purchasing renewables counting their carbon dioxide foot prints even buying carbon credits in a lot of other things as it when I go in it present the companies I say there's only one place for this activity that's in your public relations department because it doesn't do anything else but they're under terrific pressure even the video the petroleum industry has come out saying that we have a great product.

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"three hundred ninety feet" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"three hundred ninety feet" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Gas remaining we also have these methane hydrate the the coastal shelves under the under the ocean where they literally have this I use that is full of natural gas of those estimates are ten times as large as all the gas reserves in the world so there's really no evidence that we're running out of of resources so that argument doesn't work very well either what now what's your take on a hundred U. S. cities that have pledged to be a hundred percent renewable by twenty fifty yeah it's it's it's a big fan of it we have give you some extreme sample Saint Louis that's where I am right now but Israel right now is I think by twenty thirty five they want to be a hundred percent electricity renewable but the state of Missouri gets about seventy to seventy seven percent of their power from a coal electrical power in ninety seven percent from non renewable sources Ohio is similar both Cincinnati in Cleveland mayors are city councils of pledge they're going to be a hundred percent renewable Ohio is three percent renewable today of these so the city leaders have absolutely no idea how to do this and what it's going to cost but the evidence we see around the world as it is going to raise energy prices for the residents the big issue too is scientists are warning of a major sea level rise by twenty one hundred and of course they're blaming the carbon dioxide pollution for this they are former vice president Al Gore in in his movie and in his books talked about a twenty foot rise by the year twenty one hundred he got that data from doctor James Hanson AT and NASA others have predicted big rice's but we have very good data tide gauges anti G. tied Gage's around the world we have all over the world show on air Bridger rice of seven or eight inches per century further you can go to a site at NASA and the message tells us that oceans have risen a hundred and twenty meters of three hundred ninety feet in the last twenty thousand years and scientists can tell you a natural sea level rise stopped and man made sealevel rise began so the great news is we're probably going to have to adjust to a seven or eight inch per century rice the.

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"three hundred ninety feet" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

07:04 min | 3 years ago

"three hundred ninety feet" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Competitive swimming over the weekend after fourteen months suspension he didn't know he was suspended he just thought that's how long you're supposed to wait after eating Ryan lucky's dumb joker known as we we enjoyed being up on Ryan Lochte the over the years yeah whatever fortunately I don't need a is done you know one of dope is right armed men avoid using reusable shopping bags to not look gay according to a new study well that's probably because if you use reusable shopping bags that makes you look gay is it real study I'm kidding obviously yeah people know what day it his hands Penn state university researchers said that they're trying to figure out why the men particular don't use the reusable shopping bag I'll tell you why because I get there I go in the store I get my stuff I get to the check out counter and realize at that moment the bag in my car every time that's why yeah sing on interesting and then I say not just Kerry and I look as one one nine item surely I can you know between my pockets and my forms and I can and then I walk out trying desperately not to drop things and then get to my car in a similar fashion realized again to get to my keys yeah or mine I got it open the handle and then I'm like setting some of it on the ground and then that's when I wish I really really wish I had a prehensile tail pens don't we all the state found that people generally rated earth saving errands as feminine and more more likely to question whether a guy's sexual orientation when you perform such tasks according to the study I hate to say it I kinda get what they're driving at yeah if you're really persnickety about recycling if you carry in a recyclable back they use recycling is an example of a couple other things along your cycle bag is being seen as feminine qualities and the sort of thing that you think gay guys would do Hey guys since how good are you at remember in the bag and this kind of subliminal I think not a I'm going to carry that people think of gay I don't think it's that old bird I think it's it just doesn't feel man right whatever that means yeah right interesting what humans are fascinating and put it on my arm like this and I skip in the store and its flowered needless to say yeah you know it's funny Judy might my sweet wife is she's a quilter and the seamstress I guess is the the term she loves the show and she she does these like custom bags for her friends like travel bags and go in and all in their their fabulous in the great inner handy but I realize that the one she made for me which is a very manly fabric it's black and brown it kinda looks like a rolled in the dirt and kicked it manly stuff it was just a little too small so she said they wanted to use this one it's it's a a little bigger very floral very pretty some yellow some lavender's some light lows I said now man is not happening I'll just jam my stuff into this bag and get wrinkled it's true you know what else is manly the great space is for I have a second take on that might you know what else is ma'am do you want me to start there or when I get to the point start at mark you know what else is mainly the great sport of baseball I am I love the game of baseball I watch too much but I really ought to think about on my deathbed what I'll think of all the hours I've spent watching baseball but anyway and we're talking about all the home runs this past year the good folks at aspen have compiled the twenty most amazing astounding facts from the year of the home run not all of them are amazing astounding so I've added that the listeners who you may have heard the talk about there's a lot of home runs as it is you do fall the Minnesota you're sure thing so yeah the Minnesota Twins are on pace to break baseball single season home run record of two hundred and sixty seven breaking the home run record of last year's Yankees who else is on pace to break the all time record this year's Yankees and the Dodgers and the Astros the all time record there are fourteen teams currently on pace to break their single season home run records so half the teams yes roughly the mariners hit allowed a home run in one hundred and seven straight games it happens every game boy when I was a kid you went to a ballgame you didn't get a home run every game we mentioned the twenties earlier the Minnesota Twins are five home runs away from sending their franchise record there are fifty games to play the almost a third of the sea water for gonna hold street well they may let's see I saw I saw a chart about the distances to Blake ten of the fifteen longest home runs and whatever stadium where all this year that's interesting yeah they're hitting them a mile so yeah less and less statistical evidence backing up the it's not a Jewish ball right you know I have to do some math on this but the twins and Yankees got together combined hit twenty home runs in a three game series and the balls traveled a total of seventy eight hundred and seventy five feet well divide by two that would be thirty nine hundred then divided by so an average of three hundred ninety feet that's a big poke the Orioles have allowed twenty two hundred twenty three home runs a seasonal leading conspiracy theory if you haven't heard it is Major League Baseball bought the Rawlings company that makes baseballs and somebody got in there and said Hey you want to put all rubber inertia gosh it a little bit the Orioles have allowed two hundred twenty three home runs this season trump is blaming Elijah Cummings Cummings is blaming trump the rat infested or else this is right the home run infested Orioles park plays terrible there were four mounds that even now we're getting a little bit into esoteric baseball stuff enter something going on I mean the balls just flying in the park well you look at the NFL they they changed the sport to where it fifty fifty is not uncommon in never happened when I was a kid more people like it now the death of professional sports will be the courting of the casual fan changing the fundamentals of your game in order to try to increase scoring because we need to because we have to always grow our audience must be growing we can't ever before well in the case of baseball to prevent shrinking yeah how about yeah I have the dom dom is stay in the batter's box and not get out in it just every single piece of gear up to and including re tying their shoes after every pitch can we get on with this your last like ten minutes ago you do have a life.

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"three hundred ninety feet" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"three hundred ninety feet" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

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"three hundred ninety feet" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:13 min | 3 years ago

"three hundred ninety feet" Discussed on KOMO

"Of I PECH pan out of here. Pan. Number four. Santana time Mariners early lead. But they weren't done. Aaron Goldsmith on root, sports Daniel Vogel back, voguish followed with three hundred ninety foot blast off the hit it here. Cafe window may have cracked the glass will find out so far. It's four nothing Mariners. Top second after today. The bad news. Baltimore Orioles come to town. They are woeful and they lost. Big today in Oakland. Eight two three a prosecutor in the Dominican Republic says the shooting of Boston Red Sox legend. David Ortiz was a case of mistaken identity the shooter now claims he was paid to take out a guy wearing white pants, a man, who was sitting near Ortiz, in Santa ten Mingo nightclub big Papi was wearing white pants to he continues to recover from the bullet, wound Memphis in Utah, with a NBA trade today, a day before the NBA draft, the Grizz are sending Mike Conley to the jazz, reggae Crowder. Kyle Korver and Grayson Allen sports updates. Ten forty after Bill Schwartz. On the home of the huskies, KOMO news. Komo news time for eleven. Marina, has traffic coming right up federal judge has ordered the United States to pay twelve million dollars in damages after doctors at Madigan Army Medical Center caused an operating room fire the badly burned a baby baby underwent surgery to remove a cyst above his eyebrow in twenty fifteen and the anesthesiologist thought the surgeon was going to use a scalpel and administered anesthesia through an oxygen mask. Instead, the surgeon tried to cauterize that cyst creating a fireball, the boy now four lives with his mother in southeastern Virginia. Several people have been hurt after a rocket exploded near an oil facility in Iraq to show rocket landing right in the middle of a housing facility of an oil drilling site in southern Iraq, where several international oil companies operate, including Exxon Mobil. The attack won't be three Iraqi workers and Exxon is now quickly evacuating more than twenty four and workers, including Americans. This is of course Ray. Raising alarms because of the increasing number of attacks in the region attacks, the US blames on Iran. Not only those attacks on the oil tankers near the strait of for moose, but the US has already removed hundreds of diplomatic personnel from Iraq because of unspecified threats from Iran. And right now, we have more than a thousand additional troops heading for the region to provide added protection to the forces already there, and to protect u s and allied interest in this very volatile part of the world. That's ABC's Martha Raddatz in Washington. The first criminal charges will be brought against those allegedly involved in the shooting down of Malaysian Airlines flight, m h seventeen which is brought down over eastern, Ukraine in two thousand fourteen killing two ninety eight does prosecutors said, they will bring murder charges against four senior pro Russian rebel commanders for their alleged role in the shooting down of Malaysia Airlines flight eight seventeen ABC's Petric revel in Moscow in a press conference. In the Netherlands, the officials alleged, the men, one Ukrainian and three Russians were responsible for acquiring the missile from Russia's military. That was used to down the line of eastern Ukraine. In two thousand fourteen the men went aimed as eagle instead of gay dubinsky Oleg pilot of and Leonid, hutch, Inca Russia has always rejected any involvement in the disaster. And has resisted the investigation, the Holland's chief prosecutor on Wednesday said Russia had known the missile came from one of its military units, and that it was involved in the crime. The investigators said they suspected dubinsky may even have been an active member of Russia's military intelligence at the time of the shooting down the judges were based on an international investigation by Ukraine. Malaysia Belgium, Australia and Holland, which had the most citizens aboard three of the suspects of believed to be in Russia. The prosecutors pledged the trial, will begin in the Netherlands in March twenty twenty even if the men don't pay. The investigators have said these are just the first charges and the investigation will continue the focus now on establishing whether it. Was Russian military personnel that I stayed launched the missile Patrick Rievaulx, ABC news.

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"three hundred ninety feet" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

08:37 min | 3 years ago

"three hundred ninety feet" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Young boy in the direction of baseball. It's hard not to think about that. It really isn't just throwing it out eat, I might have to write a text message to AJ gets shoulder. They hate side get shoulder. Right. That show the right? Think about baseball. Now, you loved it before. Now, the immediacy of football these guys get paid. I was thinking about the other day radically for those who don't know Tiki, son. Who's a great be athlete there through Saturday had hopefully three through touchdowns Monday. in through Yeah. one. Yeah. And the state championship. Cavaliers It take on Charles was just Barkley amazing. who. Wow. By the way, I reached Now out to cold. to try Yeah. to get Nothing him to come to on live the up show to your partner and traffic is each other kids. and waiting to But hear he's back also really good baseball player, and much. I've seen footage Charles and doesn't answer good is text arm. messages. Good Never lose does body, must but Tracy he tore writes them his so Tracy's writing said, okay, labor good. So and we'll labor get on him the show. in his right, So can which we divulge is throwing what shoulder. you just told Yup. me before And so we he's started missing the show the baseball is that season, official? which is bummed bow. But he's actually more I excited got you. because he's not It going could to miss be a any really cool football experience time. that and obviously Here's the it's up thing to take to tell you. But there. It is. it's Oh, going look to be at a the great throw weekend. that was on a lateral. It That was one on a halfback of those days option. as well. Where you come. And Rob. you like, She was sick what are you really a start throw. the show That's great. with And I it was don't a know bomb if anything's too. really smack But us in what the head, I was but thinking this of jumped seeing you out know, this could. and not so As with AJ much the initial by story, being away from the game. but He the can layers fall further the subset in love with to it the stories. point We and switched kiss. Baseball to. goodbye forever. That's right. To I don't think a there's Kuna going to be an end and middle ground with the this Braves either going as to a really kunia miss signs it. for Uh-huh. one hundred Or million dollars, or which say. continues the trend of a lot I'm of players. all Whether football it's trout good. back in the day. Yeah. We'll see. Our not We'll find out. Giminez I Eli got humidi- from the White Sox. Did this one forty hundred six billion eight dollars brakeman's football. done this to ground? Did. This recently, It makes it Mookie the NFL Betts bet on them. But Blake I Snell certainly can't got help fifty them. mil from All right. the Let's from get. the raise Let's get Thomas. I he up in gets Myrtle a hundred Beach Tovey's million on Tiki dollars. and Tierney Now, would uptown listen, how you doing he's today? twenty one years of age he Okay. entered It twenty what up. nineteen with about one hundred Well, and sixty hearing days what you're of saying major league about, service. you know, He's putting your on kid track for in arbitration a situation in twenty twenty one where and he he's could a full-fledged go free in one agent direction after or the the twenty other. twenty four season, And I just blah, thought blah, that blah, the Braves have a couple of outs as if they a parent want which that obviously takes a commitment smart to protect from you them. as well with Listen, just from travel the baseball ball, point and of the view. time I that think you're going to this have to is spend brilliant to because Tommaso I think this kid's point like oh, young great Willie Mays. point football is very That's defined. actually how It you is know. you're going He's to play a on he's a Saturday a fantastic or whatever athlete. Friday, whatever He's whatever got the it is right. Kind baseball of moxy. those and So I did to speak this time for of year. baseball I'm sure you player. have as well. That's He's why you're talking the about. he's It those healthy. traveled tournaments He looks the part are mind is the numbing. part They for were Braves all day team. That's ascending. all day, You know, we Dallas. we Yeah. started this conversation with the Braves last year BT and can they put enough pieces around FREDDY Freeman who's their age? They're staged I should say 'cause he's not that old yet vet before his time expires and it happened. Really quickly a coup news, just it's just the first piece, but would really socks you is it with four years of controllability left. Why do this now? I what what's the what's the impetus behind us. No. It's a trend and baseball. We see it. Mike trout's deal is the same way Ronald kunas hit one year. Yeah. Special special. Sometimes you just know. No. But is it is it financially the right move for both? Right. So for the Braves. Yes, control them for you know, the next up until the up until eight thirty. Twenty one now. But if he's the truth like, we expect him to be the truth and. Bryce Harper in Mike trout. Machado and they're making almost or a more than thirty million dollars a year. He's locked in twelve love it. For the Braves. For him too. But how is it amazing because he, but he can wait two years and be like Betts who got you know, what you what abets getting arbitration twenty about twenty million in arbitration, wait for a couple of years, go to arbitration get twenty and then forced them this. I need to that big deal. Like like, you know, that's coming for him as opposed to take in twelve when you could get twenty five. Maybe we'll see making base wise before this iphone six I was six hundred thousand five hundred sixty okay. So there's your answer every he just got an eleven and a half million dollars raised like that true. But that's why don't you sign the cards. But what if he's worth significantly more than that, the age of twenty one is nobody even if they actually really truly are like a young trout was listen, he's different than Bryce Harper. Twenty Bryce Harper's got three thirty. And I think you know, the way he handles social media, Bryce Harper brings a different attraction that Machado does not quite frankly. Right. The San Diego trout. Absolutely my trout as well. I think that Bryce Harper's worth every penny and trout as well. But there there's different. They're different players different profiles different things to the table. They bring a kunia is very different player than Bryce Harper. Bryce Harper while he's already got a couple of bombs, and you see the difference. Now intentional walk Kim. Hoskins gets a Meatball fast raises, a loaded you what are you gonna do? Throat. Harper spins it around three ninety eight hundred three hundred ninety feet later grand slam that he gets thrilled. I mean, you're already seeing the impact Bryce Harper has Phillies book, this young man is different. This young man is like it's more. Like, I said we'll be maze. He's more like bonds. He's more like a right handed bonds. He's a slick fielder. He runs like the wind. Barry early ran when he was then before we started popping horse pills and sticking needles kid is not been like that. This is put together a little bulkier, but it's a natural frame. Obviously. You hope I mean, I I say, obviously, you hope and I think it is this kid this going to go thirty thirty this year the chance to go forty forty. So the question is, you know in a couple of years. Why would the do it when he's thirty which is nine years from now nine years? He's gonna have eight all star appearances. Do MVP's possibly a World Series. He's going to be halfway to every benchmarks. I say six hundred homers now is five hundred has been watered down halfway to three thousand knocks halfway to the five hundred every every pertinent stat. And then the Braves have the ability at the age of thirty to sit back and say, okay, now, he is how many hits away from three thousand is there still an upward trajectory now we can pay him for what he's worth the rest of his career a home run. Yeah. 'cause you're paying him. You know, the absolute value in real touchy not getting screwed in real time. Yeah. He's happy. He Seeing protects young himself against like starved injury. When one. dual Yeah. sport athletes But choosing I just baseball feel like there's missed over opportunities football because right now people for choosing him football, for right? This is what like it is. twelve If million you start missed seeing opportunities guys baseball per year. over football. I wonder Now, if the it's NFL down the line. will It have to would adjust come two or three and start years. So saying now, or thinking I about got a man, we're losing twelve talent. times threes thirty-six And chicken we this thing we down might the road have to guarantee three years contract at that's already what happens. going to be on the table or Thank you. come the next CBS, which That's is a twenty good point. twenty But one. still But it's still the NFL but still you keep saying, I but don't still I he think went from they're okay five hundred still thousand the league is to growing twelve it's robust. million. Well, Yeah. that's not One ten day years down the eight when it comes to seems Florida. really They long start losing considering athletes that. sports. Yeah. I I Then don't know where the pressure things could came go for him to awry, do an eight year I don't deal. disagree. Right. Why A not Kevin be a free is in agent Michigan. or come I think up he's going a to raise free an agency interesting point in your and late twenties? bring Twenty up an seven individual that's sport. a fair I question. want to get to hear Kevin Five is on year Tiki deal. and Tierney Cambodia half force, buddy. Go ahead. Yeah. Born amenable Theoretically to that. Because at that are point is probably a not Katy advantageous who's to the good Braves. and Yeah. everything? The whole Yeah. thing Every sport. I think from Yup. everybody We all know get that clobbered kid on the back end somebody's high school law. opponent, They really wanna Danny keep them. Kelly. He's taking a I'd sledgehammer go basketball right one opened a Bank. golf to Just baseball think about six three years into football for that. You know, if he stays healthy say that hall again, of fame basketball profitability, golf. you know through the roof. But I think there's also a subset Baseball that this conversation, which I think is baseball, really interesting and then and the football. trend that's going But on now you with rank baseball. And your and and your you ranking can answer them based this more directly on what because your your order football player, of success rate you know, most whether it's appealing. Giminez from the I'm White not Sox sure what random you're degrom placing got actually this and financial Blake snow professional got fifty careers. million dollars That's what you're for talking our now, we know professional the names careers. the new You trend can be in baseball a is a, that if you're the you real know, deal if let you me are can't hold a on. five tool guy Hold on. What or was legit golf number as two pitcher. golf Another was language too? for I a totally couple of years disagree with with you know, because menial, think about and this, I and put quotes I'm not trying around to shout that earning you down. power I love the creativity. making five But or six hundred if thousand you're a golfer, dollars, right? you got a balloon And right there's away. only, you So know, forty I wonder fifty guys if that the make incentive legit money. and now They about the all the guys the who way were slamming the sport of their baseball trunks on radio a Friday process who has by to pay younger for their hotel athletes. have to pay if they fly so that's And on I'm their glad dime. you know. It's interesting Yeah. Pay because their I'm glad catty we're starting our they show played at this. two Because rounds. It'll make the this cut they is get what nothing. sports Now. They young don't get sports a penny fans out. Look should if. be paying attention to it. Kevin. Because If they think you are about saying the incentive that no why matter what why sport does a you were kid doing from you were the going to be the best Lewis you could win a lower state socio championship economic environments as a as basketball the inner city. player Why does he as a golfer. get involved in sports one Help because your he's baseball good at team it do it too. because you If don't there is want a your pitch an in as opportunity well. And to as a football you know, so your quarterback, not have to and rely you could be top. solely And on at making the straight as golf through school. is actually Get a it, good you know second. to get a job If you could and be the be best an athlete it's not it's and not in more three than baseball. But the the financial incentive the problem of sports..

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