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American Revolution Podcast
"three thousand pounds" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast
"Ask questions and chat live with me on the show. Hope to see their this week. The british launched the first of what would become a series of raids into virginia as the british moved into their southern strategy. They wanted to weaken virginia and keep the state from sending men and supplies to the other colonies. The carolinas georgia repeated raids met that the virginians had to remain in virginia and on alert against those rates. The british naval commander of this. I read george. Collier returned to england a few months afterward. He met with the king who praised his activity in response call. You're told the king that the war was unwinnable under current policies and that was not taken particularly. Well as you might guess call. Your hover continued to serve in the european theater and helped with the relief of gibraltar. He would go on to become a full. Admiral in the seventeen ninety s when britain once again went to war with france. The army commander on this raid. Edward matthew also returned to england the year following the raid. He ended up being redeployed to the west indies and ended up as governor of granada like most row governorships. The position paid pretty well. Unfortunately the king forgot to approve his pay and pass that along to the treasury department. As a result of that oversight the government later came after matthews estate once he died and forced them to pay back over twenty three thousand pounds sterling to the government. So if you ever get a really cushy government job make sure the paperwork gets filled out correctly general. Matthew also had one child a daughter who married a man named james austin as result. James's sister jane austen nuke general matthew and many of noted that one of jane austen's characters a fellow named general tilly. Who appeared in her novel north hanger. Abby bears a very strong resemblance to general matthew this week. I also noted the transition in virginia from governor. Patrick henry to governor thomas jefferson. Henry is probably best known for his fiery speeches before the war began the whole. Give me liberty or.
"three thousand pounds" Discussed on Scam Goddess
"Gaal and we're back and it's time for saddest part of the show. I have to let joe. Joe go but before we go those scammer of the week. This is where we highlight an honorary charlatan criminal group criminals. And you know maybe they are honorary. Maybe we hate them. We'll see But today we're talking about a con artists posing as colin firth who scammed three italian women out of thousands of pounds l. Hey can i get a picture of colin firth. That because i feel like column i is one of those white men that you definitely could pretend there's like six white men in hollywood right now. Who have the exact same face. He looks familiar but familiar to me. Like a director. He doesn't really. that's not college. I i thought i was the one who used to wear to be knees in the hot l. a. win colin. The king's speech. What did he play. He's all the king's speech was good. Oh okay okay. He will for media now without the glasses. And you know yeah okay. That's what i did. Watch the king's speech. Okay colin. sorry we put some. We're gonna put some respect. Your name colin. Sorry so he. This guy is not even calling for someone who's pretending to be him. I could see somebody could pretend to be like an older column birds for sure scam began in. May when a man posing as mr. I contacted one of the women on social media after seeing photos apart. Her two sisters were also fooled and soon all three were eagerly messaging him so. Wait a minute you got assist turning against each other to because now they all talking to collin furs and one of them mentioned it to each other in the group chat light. Wow yeah who is on this earth leg. With so he was said to resemble the actor on video calls and mimicked his posh accent once they were regularly messaging the scammer told the woman he was creating a website and needed financial support. Okay there's like square space. You know i felt like if you need to create a website nonstop. No daddy right expensive. The sister sent him almost three thousand pounds. Which is about four thousand dollars in three separate bank transfers so okay. We'll say at least it was three separate transfer. So it's like he got them all for like a little bit still thousand pounds to build a website bro. Why will call in. I need you to send him money for website. I just think right. He's listening out. It must be like embracing the sun where we had to do. Though we was like oh cal that we had to look and we had to find a movie from a while ago to recognize him. So maybe call for your hard times way. He's he's still got you. Hey.
Protrusive Dental Podcast
"three thousand pounds" Discussed on Protrusive Dental Podcast
"Associate and i haven't taken on debt because i haven't even looked at buying a practice so maybe i'm not speaking for the rest of the fashion but in the uk. It's not something we discussed about debt and feels. Us grad student. They do talk a lot about that and is like a quite significant thing there. So that's another difference there but you guys are always had lots of dentists friends in singapore who trained from the us and they moved to singapore and then they were talking about huge debt and stuff. And it's just. It's not something that you have here. I think maybe it's because one of the good things. I guess is that you wouldn't believe how much i pay for my degree right my tuition fee. At the time at the time. I mean now. It's a bit more but at the time is three thousand pounds. Let's call it five thousand dollars per year and that's the tuition. So yes i pay for my rent and staff separately but that's nothing compared to what you guys pay. Oh it's it's very common for people to come out with four to five hundred thousand dollars worth of debt very common see that that's why i thought predominantly the debt was that but i guess i guess you guys accumulating more. I mean i think yeah you come out with a half a million dollars worth of debt and then lenders will give you more money and because your doctor and you pile on top of that. Your your tesla payment. Your mercedes payment your boat payment your this your that and i think the dentist feel they have so much data that it doesn't matter i've told the story before but it's still made one of the biggest impressions on a money scale that i've ever had. I was speaking for the cd at some california del association with some new graduate kind of thing and right in front of me. This girl sitting have this beautiful louis vuitton purse and i had just looked at that person. The ma few days ago and it was like eleven twelve thousand dollars. And i thought i would never pay that much for a purse. But i'm thinking in my head while i'm talking. I wonder if it's a fake. Have all this internal dialogue going about her purse. And which is ridiculous that i'm talking on and on and then she gets in line to talk to me afterwards and i. I had to ask her. I said is that a real louis vuitton she goes. Oh yes i like. How much student loans do you have. She goes five hundred thousand..
"three thousand pounds" Discussed on Relentless Geekery
"It really does work well enough. And I guess that's part of the joy of being Market dominant is you can afford to integrate wage There's without fear that they're going to leave you you know if you want to have a Samsung phone it shouldn't be. They have to do without iTunes entirely or all the cool things that go with what Apple does that it it's kind of like all the things we've learned about. You can give people a taste of how good it can be and then when they're on their device and they're like well when I was on ample it was okay. And here, I'm missing a couple of features, I really kind of want to stay with apple juice forcing anything but you're eliciting. The comparison because you, you you integrated but didn't give away the keys to the kingdom issue will with all of what the actual there. I love that there was very little about Hardware this time. It was about the operating systems for their their maxed and their phones and their tablets and they're they're TVs and their watches and not in all the cool like everything having to do with health kit, you know what I mean everything that in my watch is not going to be. Wow it's aware of my heartbeat and my blood sugar and my sleep app is like that. Actually going to be dead. A feature with the blood glucose check right in the watch that they they it is not in the next version. But there they talked about here is exactly what we're trying, what we're pursuing and it's kind of funny, you know, every medical is very, it's necessary to be without fail. Correct you can't never be what was ninety-eight percent, correct. You can't have anybody go into a panic because you give a false reading and stuff like that. So it it it is that they're pursuing it but that they're having to put in the miraculous chips that are going to be able to see through your skin, to monitor your blood stream, and then be able to, you know what I mean? Like, the fact that you have bought a diagnostic machine that used to be in an office that weighed three thousand pounds. It's been here on my on my TV wrist, radio Dick. Tracy so long. I love the fact that instead of them saying, well, that's too hard..
Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit
"three thousand pounds" Discussed on Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit
"This way is not to inflame because the disease doesn't just it's not just in the god it's systemic acres everywhere can can affect all different parts because the protectors things started becoming colitis and then so many got enough skopje's like don I think she must have had about six or seven cardinals peace tonight. He's ten years ago in the last ten years Most of them were done in those early as where they couldn't figure out what was going on. And then i was told right you have to put on biologics and when i let the side effects of biologic speeds scared me like i'm signed. Okay so none of these medications worked. She has gone from bad to us. And now i'm gonna put on these biologic agents. And i was told you'll really lucky because we're during file and This medication is three thousand pounds ago. But you know you're going to get to get this. Because i'm always trying things like no no no no no side effects were cancer and b. Some of the side defense now biologics have their place when you cannot get flare-ups under control. I have toe patients. Yes you need to take because you have to get back inflammation down. It's almo dangerous to have that information writing in the ot. However i was at that point now where he's gotta be another way has got to be another way. You know being indian you know about five ada. My mother was telling me. Make sure you put this in the diet. These same do these. I just stopped. I did a lot of research. And i found this amazing book by this lady jimmy patel thompson and jeanie had crohn's disease herself in. It's really interesting. She's partly jewish indian and crohn's disease is quite prevalent in Jews the community and so we know there's like some genetic variance and things that i read this book from cover to cover. I started implementing things. She started to getting better. She's okay so useless earth things. If i could just pause rob..
Beef and Dairy Network
"three thousand pounds" Discussed on Beef and Dairy Network
"Been thinking. Thank thank god. We got through those teething problems with the hover on and all the deaths at the three work died in vain. Thank god we found the extra investment from saudi arabia for the three thousand pound a day. Interesting hikes never mind that is now owned by by corrupt oil sake. Okay be worth it. It's worth it because the people tightening up the children getting people excited about swath out in the meeting with old shake. You had to eat us one. I was serious and you know that was secretly time. They've got you by the bulls many spivey step into the wetland centre. Gatty see little. Ben partridge three years old slipping and sliding and slipping and sliding in the telling styles for the bladerunner experience. A already beginning to rust brought on the same day rainy now in old crows and ravens. Apache gone on bits of it. That you get to the office and on your desk is a letter with the season. Released is the one thing you forgot to do. Even wrote the letter stamp on the envelope to post lovely ridley scott because he didn't know what it was and the and the fi- linzo is you go them says again. I've got off the leg. I'm going home happy. You look in the little house and ridley scott's on the egg. He's a slipping off the egg. Henry was my money waste. Mahmud henry because as soon as you pay up. I'm investing everything film sitting on the swan experience. Which is gonna star russell. Crowe playing three different characters. The child and the mother j. I forgot to mention the egg. Using cg technology see never use. A real is not going to be say. It's never been done before. And then go but henry does. Give me a bit hope. Okay henry in what we might use the sat actually from your swan badri experience and it'd be not yeah for firewood energy for the catering track so there you go and you put gust three bean salad find it wherever you get put gusts and yet more beef and dairy coming soon. All right dora..
The Art Newspaper Weekly
"three thousand pounds" Discussed on The Art Newspaper Weekly
"Exhibition program that you're free to to visit that you'll constantly programmed and open to the public and that you represent artists and essentially. It was a case of galleries being able to sell entity. Whether or not they were fitting participant. Tell me how much each gallery paying to participate. So the participation fees were something that was again decided on by consensus. We put out several different structures to the community and ask them to a basically vote on how it was. They wanted to see this financed and the way that we did it in the end was through. A variety of different fields galleries could select what they wanted to contribute four different tiers and the idea was his aligned with the size of your business and we sort of measured by the size of your staff. so obviously there's a huge diversity of businesses involved. In this event some of them are literally one person and others are potentially hundreds worldwide. So it made sense that there was this almost subsidization happening where the larger galleries are basically enabling us to do something on a big scale and smaller galleries benefit but the amount of exposure is sort of proportion but what's roughly the highest shore. I mean it's three three hundred to three thousand pounds. So it's incredibly economical compared to going to an op. Fire makes an enormous difference up fast can cost one. Hundred thousand plus can't they. Yeah it's it's very economical. I think this year in particular it felt particularly economical because we had all of the startup costs involved so we we wanted to build a proper brand for this. That felt like it was befitting of such a big expansive gesture for london's gallery world We wanted to have a proper website. You know we initially. This was something we discussed. Should it just be done organically without any infrastructure whatsoever. Which would be much easier. Would we want it to be something that really is public facing and has the opportunity to advertise itself to a broader audience..
Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)
"three thousand pounds" Discussed on Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)
"I willing. I'm going to keep going because we we got the recording on on your end as well so She was. she was smoking methamphetamine. And as soon as i. I walked into the Into the to the house. And i saw that i was like i need to move I need to leave i. Let's let's get outta here. Let's get outta here but my feet weren't doing that. My brain was saying walk away. Walk away but my body was was walking right towards it and i Started the i went and goggin. And in that stat spurred you know that was about two thousand maybe two thousand two and so from two thousand to two thousand four. I was basically selling methamphetamine doing methamphetamine. I was created a criminal. Enterprise around me Had people you know doing smash and grabs for me I was paying them in in math and around two thousand four i ended up getting rated Because somebody turned on me. And the guy that i was getting all of my stuff from basically Turn on me mason. You know i mean he was he got busted and he sent a confidential informant to me. I sold five times to this guy and they were investigating me. The whole time i was being tailed was being Monitored or whatever they call it surveillance and then one night about three o'clock. In the morning. I had a buddy over my girlfriend and her friend were asleep in our room. I was in the back room of a townhouse Working on a hundred dollar bill. Because i was counterfeiting hundreds at the time and i heard some explosions The door was shot in in the the. The tv was on pretty loud. Because i had a bunch of a bunch of surround sound speakers all over the place from people that were that stolen and sold them to me. And i just i thought some was drive by for some reason right and I come out up to this point. I had a bunch of guns And they knew that. I was heavily armed because they would. When i would get out of my car i would pull my my gun from underneath a seat. Put it in my back. And when i get in a car i put it back under. And so they were surveilling me and they would see this so they came in pretty heavy because they knew that i could be armed and i had gotten rid of all of my weapons all my guns that were stolen prior to that just because i felt like something was going on i just felt like my time was up and you know that there was something happening and i didn't know i just had this feeling so sure enough You know they put some they throw some cut concussion grenades in and they in a flash bang. They thought i was in the living room. Which i wasn't. I was in the back room so none of those affected me and i opened the door up. Grabbed my gun. I opened the door up. I said i thought somebody was Like tuna drive by or something. And i went down the hallway. And when you go down the hallway at the end of it you look to the right. And there's the front door while had one of those big ass a big screen. Tv's in the In front of the door like the old school ones that were like three thousand pounds in released six feet tall so the door wouldn't open up all the way so they couldn't see me but i could i was i went through the round the corner..
"three thousand pounds" Discussed on No Agenda
"It used to be a very industrious trading base nation. No longer what to tell you. Nothing so i. I don't know why these countries believe. I guess you know they're all locked into this internationalism globalism and they believe that they can get their Products elsewhere cheaper in such a way that they never have to worry about ever making again. But jeff some you know. Hitler cropped up in you know. In in this day and age Would be easy. To all these countries should be a walkover. They wouldn't have to have a blitzkrieg. No oh no it would be. It would be very easy. The netherlands of course in the second world war capitulated within like five days and they gave up their three rifles to bicycles. Well more than two bicycles according to the dutch. That's all they do. They still bitch about defected. That bicycles are never returned. Oh god that is That is a joke. We don't make any more in holland. John that is that is no longer valid. Culturally speaking not politically correct. Why when did that change. Well we got got older. I've dealt with lots of germans my age you know. There's this great the new germans. I'll just call them. You know the generation that has now grown up. That was you know that didn't grow. Grew up whose parents were born during the second world war. The very Reliable in general that have to say in business dealings They're pretty reliable. They're they're friendly there You know they. I like doing business with them. And culturally they're They're quite rich. You know So we just don't mess with them anymore because now they're just are good neighbors and we you know and by the way what an economy you know. There's a the netherlands when he sneezes. The netherlands catches the cold so the bicycle issue is is off the table. Yeah we we do not what we do not say that anymore no yesterday. We went over to the netherlands. And just have dinner basically with my sister about the both of my sisters are significant others and and the kids and so we just got back. And i'm ready to get this thing over with already. So what's where'd you eat. This place called a verandah. Which actually i have a better dinner story although this was fun but this was kind of a place where the kids could run around like between ages seven and ten so i was like we didn't go to an overly posh place i did however with christina and patricia and christina's boyfriend du jour jake clinton house you familiar with clinton okay so we went there and we had because we've patricia. I've stayed there before and we went to have dinner and i was already because okay. I'm going to order a really awesome bottle of wine. Because i know patricia be. She'll be into it and you know i was sure i could. You know between the two of us. I could probably do a bottle of one. I was really going to get a good one. And i'm looking at At the what do you call it. The wine menu the wine list. It's the wine list. And i if not mistaken. That place has one that looks like the manhattan phone director. It's amazing i saw it and was nineteen fifty. Three latour like yeah. I'm gonna go for the guest the price to get the price now. Now you have. I know the pr- the pound price. So your currency impounds. Now england in america in the united states. I think we would probably that would be around fifty three latour bureaucracy around seventy five hundred dollars now. I would think that in england Because they're closer to the source and he collected those wines. Broadly across those kinds of restaurants. I'm thinking that why might be priced as low as three thousand pounds. Actually there were a couple of tours. The there were two different ones from fifty. Three and one of them was thirty. Four hundred and one of them was twenty four hundred. So you're awfully awfully close. In fact i was like yeah right in the middle but needless to say patricia. Don't feel like wine tonight and then what you do. I'm not going to drink a whole bottle of wine jordan no problem. I know give me a doggy bag. And i'll take it home with me and i don't just drink it by myself so i didn't do it and i know it sounds incredibly bush wa or what does the word i'm looking for. We're talking about seven thousand decadent. Yes thank you. We're talking about a seven thousand dollar bottle of wine but it really was going to be my gift to myself and didn't happen. Yeah he could probably be tracked down in the open market for thousand dollars maybe really. Wow yeah well let's do that. Fuck it when i come to. San francisco is track on down. Johnny boy did i tell you that lori turner contacted me. I tell you about this story. No laurie turner better known as lt west virginia. When i went to school we had a radio station. it was w which officially stood for. We're in the basement. But of course we all knew really meant we're into bong hits and it was a low power fm station. I was running the station with like three months but there was A dj there who would and she was a was sophomore junior member. Laurie turner and she was kind of this. You know exactly on a girl. I kinda liked little tomboyish and she had you know this of course was early eighties or shed a little bit of streak of pink and her hair and she was a jock and i was so we wound up having sex once and the next day. She said you know what i think. I'm lesbian story. That very guys would relate to anyone. But i'll go. My daughter loves this story. The only time i had sex in college the next day and i'm really digging chicks. So she dropped me a note the other said. Hey man member me helped. Her name is different now so but she's still in radio and she's managing bands and she still has great. Hey lt how you doing my eighteen year. Old daughter really likes that story. So what happens is you take your passport. You wanna fly to a different country. And let's say you want to go to the united kingdom not a part of the schengen agreement so it's not really europe. You have to show your.
Italian Wine Podcast
"three thousand pounds" Discussed on Italian Wine Podcast
"Soil and aghia training system plan density of around three thousand pounds per hector they are harvested in the last week of october by hand and then undergo maceration control temperatures of twenty four to twenty six degrees lactic fermentation aged for eight Then aged for eight months in still four buckling they have deep umbreit red color intense fragrance of red fruits with spicy sense solid and elegant tannin's blended with a balanced acidity and full body. Sanyo eliana rodeo see is ideal with grill steaks and remained. Hello everyone i'm on now. Raw sex with men are manager over continued yoyo continuing audio isa. Winery located the enough suffer. Itogi just to give you an idea. We are around the one under kilometers from me. Ulcer for me. It's very big He are we do. And that will like to introduce you land. i'll hauer february contini oreos wind. It's about the sonya yanni. I just these wine percival because it is funnel percents a young and we are in the actual lender of aids represents our soul. We are hard. Workers a hopeful. You will appreciate. He's a very deep umbreit. Random caller he tonight's program saw operated a.
Beyond the Wheel
"three thousand pounds" Discussed on Beyond the Wheel
"So that max capacity i really is like okay. Maybe once in a while it can handle it but not constantly right. Yeah the big thing is again being able to stop stop. How people are on the arrival. They figure they act like your car is like a sports car convertible that can stop on a dime. But it's definitely not we we we've had close calls but we had times where i think we got. People step out in front of us off of a sidewalk like jaywalking. And i'd like lockup the the breaks and luckily we avenue stop but they don't know i mean they they don't even think about it that. Oh it's a large vehicle. Plus they can't see that we're telling vehicle behind us and luckily arto car does have an exhilarating brake system. We have something that sits on the floor. That helps break the car too. But yeah it's it's still a lot of weight or twenty three thousand pounds to try to stop somewhere around there. It does not stop like a car at all. Actually i would love to see a video on a car. Stopping from zero zero earn from sixty zero and just just the class a ninety even a towbar behind it. I wonder what the difference in distances. It's gotta be fifty sixty seventy be. I bet you easy then. The other important part is your tires. This was not learned to because of you. You were doing more research on tire and the cargo capacity of tire. You asked me about it. And i didn't even know what my rate miteir was rated at so for truck tires or anything being used to hold any type of weight and cargo. They letter them. E f g h and that gives you an eye Tells you the letter is the amount of ply or layer. That tire has so e as ten fly f this twelfth lie g fourteen fly h sixteen five so i was pleasantly surprised to find out that my tires happen be H ratings are sixteenth. Live at the max they can be and because of the extra layers apply.
EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast
"three thousand pounds" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast
"Plans to have a range of one hundred percent electrified. Careful not fully electric by two thousand twenty three. But that's good. Right in announcement extends previous planning a one hundred percent electrified. Fleet means pirjo will no longer offer anything is a pure combustion car from two thousand twenty three onwards however. The french company is not specified. What level is like forty eight volt mild hybrid is considered electrified to some pulling up traffic lights the engines which is off a slightly better lead acid battery or a slightly more beefier battery can start the car again and off you go. The ultimate works a little bit harder to recharge the battery. That's about all really some people call it electrified or even a forty eight volts electrified so careful with based on the platforms. They use the c. m. p. in emp to persia offers great battery electric cars according to next green com. Now i need two years ago. Psi group or group. Psa as they announced they would offer offshoots with electric in hybrids of forty models by the middle of the decade at least for the perjury brand. The electrification quota not Anything less than a hundred percent by twenty twenty three so the moving it forward that going to one hundred percent we go to see what that is but look i think they That could still this now after chrysler merger but i do think that lows persia does the citron's the ds calls all on the same platform. All really good fifty alpach hundred kilowatt charging hundred kilowatt motor sensible solid specs. And there's loads of them just make full electrics showed do it do it do it do it do it do it or foam audi the h. Ron electric suv has joined a company featured last week on the podcast. Rob jolly ceo. Co-founder of onto subscription. Company has just announced that the deal with audi to acquire Three hundred audi into the fleet So for one thousand three hundred pounds a month you can. If you won't see subscribe to an audi atrium so They include a thousand miles that sixteen hundred kilometers off traveling a month. Use all does roll over the cover. The insurance the servicing the breakdown but there's servicing on a new on breakdown. You'd hope not but they do also At charging into that would be pulse and shell which is super cool. And i've had an eye pace from on sue they kindly sent it to me For free and the didn't ask for a review. They didn't ask me to do the interview with rob last week. And they didn't even They send me what to say. That's what they wanted me to experience the product and And i was. I was impressed. I gave some feedback as well and has two hundred and thirty. Five miles of range Four hundred two horsepower. Ninety five kilowatt hour battery hundred and fifty kilowatt charging. And it's a. It's an impressive beast not obviously not cheap thirteen hundred quid a month but no worries off everything. Everything is covered so let's talk about electric highway coalition in the us adding false charges. Six major utilities are joining together to ensure that ab drivers have a seamless drive across the from the atlantic coast through the midwest and south into the gulf and central plains regions reports renewable energy magazine the electric highway coalition as a made up of six different utility companies announcing a plan to provide idrive is dc false charges on their corridors through that areas of false charges. We'll have to get our sponsors of this show. All national car charging dot com and get jim on talk about because he that's what he does. He does the hardware for The charges let's about alpha the alpha wolf. Av headline story today. We getting announcement fatigue. Startup av mak- alpha is adding a pickup truck to that lineup. The wolf is coming already. Including a vaguely retro ace e v authorioty fide. Jack's evey that's a scene. Uv according to also block the alpha wolf pick up is available with a single motor juma to configuration The foam with front wheel drive in the lots of with all wheel drive. No word on payload but maximum towing is three thousand pounds range about two hundred and seventy five miles and it's small smaller than today's complex. Pickups two feet shorter than the smallest tacoma access to our cab and more like a A compact pickup of the eighties nineties pricing. Good starting at thirty six grand and the company taking reservations another. Ev company will take money. If you want to give it to them they say delivery. Start two thousand twenty three. I know diddley about this company. And that's my point. Always getting av announcement. Fatigue should refocus on this podcast on cars. That are actually in your driveway. Or do you wanna hear about these kinds of future products speculations. Always let me know your feedback. My address is hallowed eve news daily dot com and that she a pity podcast for today. There one thousand and eighteen previous shows in the archive which sits at the dot news a little blog. I have documents every podcast. I mean if you can take a couple minutes to leave a quick review on apple itunes on the ipad you find pizza little star rating psyche. Words really have other people see those reviews and keeps people subscribing. Thank you to our patriot. Partners a premium on this film of electric future. Brad crosby porsche of the village in cincinnati audi of cincinnati volvo costs of cincinnati national charging dot com and aloha cianci dot com derek riley from the review island youtube channel. And richard an rsp veda cutting uk and sell us dvd's in the row experts as well tap them up with some knowledge. I have a good saturday special tomorrow with sarah from ripple a sunday and have a great weekend all load zero remember. Of course there's no such thing as a self charging.
Pop Culture Gamers
"three thousand pounds" Discussed on Pop Culture Gamers
"Ridiculous the price has gone. I mean you know you're talking about thirty nine hundred ninety s you know approaching three thousand pounds for eighteen sabine up to two and a half thousand pounds. Paint sold with bits on ebay. It's crazy crazy world. It really is so Paul wilson has asked. Do you think that game developers should be taken to task over hard drives best that many of the modern games take it is beyond the jerk especially for the next gen consoles owners who could only install next gen games in the main storage drive or pay for overprice storage from microsoft but no current option available from sony. I wanted to say it's really taking a task. I would say that. The people should be taken a tasker actually microsoft and sony because they're supplying consoles that are barely adequate for what they do. I mean when you consider you could get a three sixty five hundred gigabyte hard drive. Why certain make that two generations on you now. Can you know you can only get a one terabyte. Hard drive on the console when games are so much bigger. I mean the the simple fact of the matter is is that if you walk for care graphics and beyond that it's just to get worse the file sizes of everything increases massively. So that just goes is part of the territory. Compression will only work so far so for me. I think that the issue is with microsoft. And sony is think feminine. Think that all of this quickstart feature yet. It's all very nice and good. But if i was told by microsoft you'll have to wait as long as alas chen if you install it on a normal hot drive. I'd be up for that compromise. So that i can have more games on. My system are alternatively. Just give me bigger faster storage and certainly as default. Not these stupidly overprice little. Tad's that all of that now all of your nba stuff like that. Thorough much standard. Yes there are different models that do different speeds blah blah. But all the need to and this is where sony..
EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast
"three thousand pounds" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast
"It's the audi look it definitely represents the audi brand but many bits of it are shed because at the same company and so you know that would make sense in fact even the little knobby that you used to do. The steering wheel upi down any outy. That's the same. But there are many of the things that i mean. You'd never see underneath the steering wheel you have to feel for. You can't even see the thing unless should be on your hands and knees and who cares who cares if the way that you move the steering wheel up and down in and out is the same on a porsche and audi some people bothered by that. I'm certainly not to compare it. With other audi's this is quicker than the are six and the irs seven. He's got forty six horsepower. More when the press were allowed to test drive the car before release by the white those that did it with those little speed trump fund. Dongo things that you put on the dashboard of the draghi's they timed at two point. Eight eight seconds note to sixty two and that's interesting again. That's a very german thing very porsche thing. Underplaying the car. Underplaying the specs when they give these audi. Give these specs by the way. These will always be in terms of the range. They'll be on the low end so that will be on the worst whale so if it comes twenty you can spec it with twenty one inch non era wheels. They'll give you that they'll put on the worst wheels like the biggest wheels the least error the namic and they'll do the testing in a in a way that doesn't exaggerate the range to leave you to leave. You disappointed like the way porsche have always done even with combustion cars and so. It's the same with tycoon. They give you the absolute worst case scenario. Hopefully you are surprised and delighted. Of course the the people that like to argue on twitter the stats nerds will take those numbers as gospel because they know nothing about generally i mean anything that talking about how the ones bicker on twitter just spoiling for an argument and then normally from one particular car brand because they are the disciples however if we want to look at the you're on. Gt cost it's about eighty seven thousand pounds. The gt will cost ninety nine thousand eight hundred euros in germany. So i've done that calculation to the uk. That's a uk price that i've got from audi by the way it's about three thousand pounds more than the ticon four s and it's seven thousand pounds more than the model s. Long range okay. Let's talk about the rs. Model is available from the first day on sale as well. The model costs from one hundred and twenty thousand pounds so you are in rarefied air up them. Frightens hundred and twenty grand for a four door. Five seats luxury torah. That's one hundred thirty eight thousand euros five. Grand a tycoon..
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"three thousand pounds" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast
"Vw seem to let slip some tantalizing confirmations about future models in a press release talking about emissions actually the company just confirmed that the performance focused idea four gt aches and the id five coupet variant both debut in this year. It's part of a goal to introduce twenty as bhai twenty. Twenty-five says chris bruce well less attack those in order than the eighty four. Gt ex that will have a more potent powertrain than the id for capable of doing nor to sixty two. That's not one hundred k's in six seconds however this will come with a low range than the standard models. Two hundred and fifty miles. Of course it will be the bigger battery in the performance model and so that bigger battery is seventy seven usable eighty-two kilowatt hours gross. That's the one coming in the like skoda. That sista to the id full rarely and so it will def performance. It'll be the bigger battery. Big is heavy but also able to deliver more punch and more power and small ranch. Obviously so we'll wait to see the stats. The debut will be in the spring. They say so. That could be march. April may i guess depending on how much of a stickler you off the official definitions a spring summit ultimate excetera. This goes on sale in europe by the end of the year. The availability of the full. Gts a still a mystery in the us. Maybe maybe not but the id full will be sold in the us. What was described as the first global v from vw. And so i would have thought it would. Do you know all wheel drive. Powertrain is very attractive very useful to so many people in the us you live in. Cold climates many of the nordic countries. As well here in europe you have a snow and ice at sometimes the i no use for an all wheel drive car and people say to me l. But you know you because that way you've got more performance and yet when you're at cruising speed it can decouple one of the motors and that front wheel drive over real wheel drives more efficient. Even then i don't need maximum performance a drive drive a lot slower than they used to have. Frankly and also don't need. I don't need the extra expense and white of all wheel drive kavas so many people do towing is well of course the. It four can tow. And let's talk about the five while the id five is also coming and while the id full is far from box if you would like basically a ninety four with the boot line chopped off and to have more of a swoopy sleek id five version. Yup that's confirmed as well. Incidentally by the way i d four now on sale in the uk. And so if you've been going to that page which i do semi regularly because i find the id four fascinating To to look at to think about buying it would sue us now. The family the idea on the vw uk configuration is finally active. Hallelujah and so yeah starts to forty grand that they don't take off the government grant so then they do the calculation in the saipa minus three thousand pounds for the free government money and so yeah just like with thirty seven thousand pounds for the first edition..
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"three thousand pounds" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio
"Lifelike is the specimen really. Well apparently the preservation was so good that researchers able to tell the dinosaur skin color by using mass spectrometer spectrometry techniques to detect the actual pigments. This way they found out not a source. Claiming was a dark reddish brown. On top of the body and lighter on the underside since this dinosaur was an herb avoid skin color must have played a role in protecting it from the enormous carnivores president at the time. And the fact that we're talking about a massive heavily armored dinosaur streets just how. Dangerous the predators. Let's stop for a second. So this damn thing is an urban core this this plants and it looks like this. It's to protect it from what was bigger than it. Oh my god right. I mean that's like a prehistoric cow basically seriously only. I mean even more at three thousand pounds in cuba. Look at this thing. it's spiked. It was that. I would know although we have seen some iguanas that may be would give it a runner. It's money but yeah. I mean it just like i. You know you've seen renderings drawings and you know stephan in science books but this is the real deal so just amazing The dinosaur mummy is unique that it was preserved in three dimensions with the original shape of the animal retained. So this wasn't like you know if you imagine the typical fossil that's flattened in iraq. Dude set it right. It looks right mentioned. It looks like you're looking at something. That's really ugly and really scary a nap. Yeah and essence of thrones looking. It kind of reminds me of the straggles. Yeah exactly well. It is. That is exactly who it looks like. Actually it how they know dragon. I would help right. It's a drag me doesn't have wings all right. Let's see if we got anything any other stories. Just you're at these guys. I thought it was i. I won't read that one. Here's a story of the scancen the other headlines i pulled out Let's see like that one we talked about. Oh here's a here's an interesting. I'll just read the headline. Bill gates becomes america's largest firm landowner. That was kind of fascinated now. So he's bought more farmland. It is kind of fascinating over time. Some land itself raw land has been one of the greatest places to retain wealth. And i don't know if listeners. Do you ever thought about this. Jillian scanning through the mls and looking around tennessee and north carolina because we're fascinated that area of the country and we came across right came across the property. That was seven hundred acres. And i sent julie and of course her first question was what the hell we do..
The Up and Comers Show
"three thousand pounds" Discussed on The Up and Comers Show
"Our desires for christ's putting on him putting off ourself. We dot our self sacrificing ourselves. It's just it's part of our lingo says. My first thought and i said let's give to god so we prayed and cried engage baby god and after we got done i said well. Nothing's going to happen to us. Now that's gonna surprise us ready for anything so that was a kind of a deep moment and was very special. Faith has recounted that story. I think anything of it was natural. I was kinda broken. God please. This is what we need you to know. This is where our hearts years. The baby's yours don't let us forget that whereas faith saw like you know so she was impacted and when i heard her tell that story just to one of our good friends i was impacted and i missed the whole impact of it. I was just doing the work and then looking back. I was like started to cry. And i'm like wow. This is profound. You know that was diverse reaction. The second reaction was. We need to get a bigger camper. I love it. I'm not surprised at all with the second reaction that's par for the course. You should also not be surprised if you're gonna walk out my driveway right now Gosh is it what is it. I don't even know so. It's a thirty. Three foot travel trailer. It's about four feet longer than the last one and it's about two three thousand pounds heavier while so anyway now ready for the family. This is a side trail. But i have to go down at meaning. You started with the long trailer you down size to the lock To cedar that was many. And now you're back to big bat and not wanna be messed with. What's that's what's this move getting like. You told the narrative perfectly we started with a unit the so we started this journey in a sentence. Is we want the freedom to get away. Enjoy nature travel and be family oriented or not like jumping into clubs downtown stuff. It's like no. We're out in nature and a great time. Wholesome family limousine. Yeah and but the big camper was like twenty nine feet long and really only for two people only people can sleep in it and it just seemed excessive so we were like man. If it's a two seater let's just get a tiny one because we spend our time outside so the progression was we camp to be outside to be renewed. Why should we have this huge rig terrible gas mileage and all that goes with it so he sold it and felt great. We got the tiny one- worked on it. All that was this year actually. Yeah and so through covert. I was able to work on it and we used it a lot just bugging out. It's a great little bug outbox. But your stuff in there and go. And i even built bunks in it and had my sister-in-law sleep with us one night so three of us in this type six foot by foot as like a teardrop camper but off road those seen it. Maybe we'll get a patron put it in there but anyway it was great but there's no potty which is a problem and there's no word stand up you can't you can't even get on your knees hardly and so we took it down to the keys and it rained on us almost the whole time and it was great. We kind of found a way to sit inside like hunker down a little bit. But i just had this realization. That was like ok limitations. Great outdoors is great but you still need potty you know and so i always knew it was coming back just waiting on the day could have both. So that's what happened. Is the day came where were pregnant. And i said okay. Now's the time to start looking and within a month found good deal a great deal and got it..
News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler
'The food supply chain is breaking,' Tyson says as plants close
"Meats covert nineteen is forced thirteen of the country's largest meat plants to close and the chairman of Tyson foods says that protecting workers means that millions of pounds of meat will no longer be shipped to grocery stores he says there is a serious food waste issue and that the same producers could have fed the nation what we first told the story here in a report that has now inspired a movement we watched your program last Tuesday April fourteenth and it started with the idea that we need to do something about this hundreds of volunteers are raising money to buy food from farmers able to buy food from farmers and simultaneously feed the people in the south Bronx they need that for their labor more than forty three thousand pounds of potatoes trucked across the country from a farmer in
Why Our pH Levels Are Important
"Skimpy. H- h what is and she'll highs Jimmy notes sorry sorry. So P H- H. This is the boring but stuns for potential hydrogen and it's basically the acidity level of substance So as indicated by numerous scale and it runs from zero to fourteen with seven being neutral So I'm kind of going to go through in a bit like I thought you would fall asleep them. I'm going through a little scale and a beer. That kind of tells you what familiar thing you might see on a Ph neutral strongly alkaline and then strongly acidic so you can kind of just thought peace for yourself. How yes extremism so yeah? Anything below seven is acidic and anything above his alkaline. So for example lemon juice which is quite fitter agree here. That small noise just came out of my throat was off fall. It was a Burgh account. Bit CanNot Person. It felt where it's over the phone so anything below. Seven is acidic and even above alkaline. So-called little skin Ph scale here so obviously seven is you neutral Softbank in the middle if we're going towards see acidic side of the scale you've got four six which is were your black coffee. Oh delays zero to three contains. Lemon juice Wayne in at number two and strongly acidic way over number one ISCHGL buttery acid nice. Sa- quite acidic. Nice go enroll onto the side. You strongly Klein. You've got drain more drain cleaner. Sorry at fourteen at fourteen and then a no. I'm ammonia eleven. Yeah I WANNA say eleven seawater eight fan. It is very important to know that like the differences because it goes zero one. Two three four. This is a numeric scale. Like it's not linear Does that make sense? Yes so it means a tenfold increase multiplied by ten separates each P. number So a Ph of three is a hundred times more powerful than a Ph of five heck so is quite a big difference between a good old. Bob Jassat zero on your lemon juice to Medusa agenda. But you don't really put you. I don't think so. No no no so go into something. That sounds completely rogue. I'm GonNa talk about your Montel now. So basically our skin is Colbert a protective film on the surface surface so I called acid mantle and what this basically stop thinking of a mantelpiece grow up what this basically does is. It maintains skin's Ph levels and prevents infections. I'm trying to Mahara to be professional. This is just fucking route carry-on. I know you don't finish off. Even read wildlife abound tool pace. Even though that's funny carry on delivery the least for Nick thing off you go far enough. Whatever floats your boat anyway. So what you're acid mantle does is it maintains e skin's Ph level on prevents infection seals in moisture. Just quite. Let's be honest. Keeps the environmental aggressive? How do you know what that basically is? He skin barrier right. We should we rusted Montel. Oh you are segment so obviously. It's called your acid mantle so your skin should always be more on the acid side. Roth than alkaline. Which is why we can use acidic products and it not burn off faceoff right. He's like an alkaline. It would been probably dry skin. We're going to go into the layer. Okay so you okay. Yes so when you were born your skin is a solid seven is completely neutral when you're little baby. And then a few weeks after birth it starts like and a little bit more acidic so on this scale of God. So zero to three which is strongly acidic. And then you fall to six which says in hyphen skin goals. Oh yes it does. It does so. I've got this little quote from Polish choice. Which kind of sums up? The acid mantle plays a vital role by working with skin neutral. Ingredients like semis. Cholesterol enzymes swats and even our skin zone oil to protect skin surface and lower layers from external threats. Oh grand like that So what should it be? I'm quite a while I've been talking. This is not true for me. You'll miss science so like I said before. Our skin is on the acidic side because obviously of the said Monsell and the average age of human skin cells. We don't want this human skin is between. Can you mean gas? Pretend that you've not got the notes right. I'm not looking at it so I want to guess what the human skin Ph is yet. It needs to be on the a little bit of the acidic side and seven is neutral five more. Yes long in the middle so is between four point seven. Five point seven five. Oh five yeah so yeah with no in like absolutely everything else in our lives offered. Multiple diminishes with age becomes less acidic which means Dry Skin and wrinkles and fine line so I guess they do us when he skipped on the more alkaline side of the scale that you just get dry but reflect skin flick your buttery flaky. Crispy flaky correct. So I'm don now's million G. WanNa tell me jolly what your how to check or your skin pay indeed. We should have actually thought ahead of this. I'M GONNA go some Ham test right. I think it would be good content to support the episode. Yes let's do that. So if you listen to this on there's not a post op to support it. That move just been laziest football on. They will come probably in about six months CEO aims. How'd you chat which will p. h? As an so number one obvious one would say is visit a dermatologist. They can help test you and advise what kind of pro she would need. Only problems that you might be saying. Because if he I know over in America is different to here in the K. Because unless you went privately would have to be referred to a dermatologist. Their basic natural hospital rather than just saying on a book. An appointment with a dermatologist. Again Mush private but in the US near the EU obviously don't have the NHL so often a dermatologist will be in your health insurance or you can use that to go and see a dermatologist. So yet that was probably the hardest thing to do in the UK would not be able to get an appointment with a dermatologist. Just to see what your skin behaviors hypo. Can you tell me what in can I just get you to spend three thousand pounds on me checking my ph thanks Yeah no obviously. You'RE NOT GONNA be in the UK because is ridiculous waste of NHS doctors time they have much more important things to do than check your Ph So the next best thing would be getting some test strips. So you can buy strips to check Pretty much anything so your in new saliva but you can get one specifically for your skin. Safes as well so we will If you are inscribed birthday dot skin than you will be able to see how we get on checking our skimpy. Ho Ch but under the thing that you can do to check. I know it's very vague book Something that might be helpful. Is that just keeping a close eye on? Your skin is very important because soft skin. That doesn't really have any dry spell saw dry areas and is well balanced which is obviously when we're talking about skin type of combination and aims. You saw away the kind of oily in some areas dry in this There will products out there. Four rebalanced saying they can get some nice rebalancing oils is on that. Got The rebound album. Roya on you. So yeah if you do. Struggle with A difference in skin around different areas of your face. Then you are relatively imbalanced. Eber is Kinda easy to fix that and then any irritated skin there have acne Oregon readiness like I do meet skins. Probably lean in motos alkaline side. Which is obviously as aim said. Decide you don't really want to be on. You WanNa be more sick all so basically your drain cleaner and I'm lemon juice. Oh gorgeous
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Cheers, tears, prayers for 2020: A new decade is ushered in
"About three thousand pounds of confetti showered new Yorkers and tourists feel time square to watch the famous ball drop in Rome pope Francis delighted tourists in Romans when he strolled Saint Peter's square to admire the nativity scene but the visit when self when one woman grabbed his hand pulling him to order to shake it forcing the pope to striker grip twice to freeze fingers back in the U. S. huge crowds attended the midnight fireworks along the resort wind Las Vegas Strip I met small
Tuk-tuk world record
"Now a British man, let's light it up a little bit of British man is just broken the Guinness Book of records for speed in a took talk which got out South East Asian correspondent, Liam Cochran thinking about these plaque little vehicles. We all love them. Anyone who travels in south of Southeast Asia's, probably had a Ryden won his limb in Bangkok. The story of how a British man came to own a tight took to unfolds pretty much exactly as you might expect a lit- owner. Matt Everett takeover. My winter a friend's wedding in Thailand. We had to stop over in Bangkok. We went on a few rides with the family. We just have a great from. I'm a complete petro head. I'm always spending more time looking at different cars and internet. I was on EBay one nine my wife had gone to bed, and I found this took for three thousand pounds onto saw does going to have an oppressed by now. I know that with the consequences in the morning in this telling Mr. Everett skips over the part about being quite drunk, the night, he decided he needed took took in his life, but found from buys remorse, he did what any self respecting Riverhead would do? He pimped his took took replacing the three hundred and fifty engine with a one thousand three hundred CC monster with these cousin in the back he got the modified took. Up over one hundred nineteen kilometers an hour setting a world record and realizing his rather specific drain. The took took seems to have originated in Japan and exports to Thailand back as far as nineteen thirty two they've spread across the globe, including parts of Africa and Europe with electric took talks quite the thing now in Portugal, while they went out of fashion in Japan in the sixties, they've come to be an iconic pot of Thai life. I must admit here in Bangkok I don't use. Took took that much. Even speaking basic time, it's hard not to get ripped off with tie friends shore. And I model at the low low price, but also Bangkok is one of those rare cities where taxis at cheap plentiful and Mercifully air conditioned in Cambodia though, I love taking took talks, but only the old ones. So we'll talk took Tokes up Tyler made three wheelers. The Cambodian vision is just a motorbike sometimes just a scooter with a kind of buggy attached on the back that will easily seat, four people. These buggies often have intricate wooden. Carvings kamai. My silk, frills and any number of quirky add ons to give the thing, some style. You tend to form a relationship with your local took took drivers. I'm sure it's the same in quite a parts of Bangkok and elsewhere in Thailand. But it's been on pen that I know best and their took took Sam much more than an impersonal transport service drivers come to know your local spots. And when you tend to go there, so annoyed in the morning is all it takes to get you to the office. Well, just saying the name of a suburb will get you right to the doorstep of your friend's house without any further directions necessary. I remember in my younger days as a cub reporter at the Pentagon post newspaper, sometimes walking out of a bar after a generous session of cultivating. Sources to be greeted by a small throng of took two drivers. Oh, jostling and yelling for my business and the line, Mr. Liam. I know where you live wasn't at all weird or threatening. But more reassuring as if an old friend had come to pick me up. Over the years trust forms. I was outside court last year covering the James Ricketson case. And on this particular day, the officials decided we couldn't store our bags at the guardhouse as we've done previously. So a quick phone call in a few minutes later, I handed over at several thousands of dollars worth of camera gear to a trusted took to driver to watch over for a few hours. Some drivers are big brash characters. But most tend to be quiet reliable softly spoken because of all the time spent sitting around on street corners waiting for fizz took to bribers have an uncanny ability to know what's going on for journalists it's a useful way of capturing the mood on the street. Although I sometimes wonder how many took took tales of ended up as unsourced quotes in the print stories of lazy journalists over the years that said, it's generally assumed that some took to drivers and motor taxi drivers double as spies for the Cambodian intelligence services one. One of the main reasons I prefer Cambodian took to serve a talk talks. Is it the Cambodian ones? A more open to the oncoming air and I can see out the sides while sitting up straight the tire design means I have to slump down to look out and the windshield blocks the breeze. But the lovely old Cambodian took talks are under threat right now in the last couple of years, smaller Indian style. Order rickshaws have boomed with an apt to call them and calculate a very low price rather than the casual agreement between driver and passenger these pass apps as the new three wheelers an iron a boxy and cramped, okay for two people three at a pinch. And again, it's hard to see out the sides or the front. Meaning a more claustrophobic ride. There's no doubt poss- apps. I'm more convenient and cheaper, but I still seek out the old buggy style took talks, while I'm in Cambodia drivers whose names. I know a charming viewing platform for the world rushing by who knows may. Maybe when I returned to a strategy as soon after a few drinks EBay. This is Liam cocker in Bangkok for correspondence report. They found out. They leave Cochran there.
Monocle 24: The Globalist
Drama on high seas as France-U.K. "Scallop Wars" escalate
"This is one, so this is French trawlers reignite quote, scallop war as tensions rise over Brexit negotiations. But when you actually read the article, it seems as though the Brexit angle is something that's just been inserted because it's a quote from a British official basically saying, I suspect they were thinking about Brexit when French trawler surrounded British ships over a dispute over about scallop harvesting in the channel and some rocks were thrown no damage or injuries were reported. But it's the kind of thing that happens frequently between fishing fleets of often even closely allied nations. Dispute over where nautical boundaries are who has fishing rights. There are huge maritime instruments designed to prevent this kind of thing, and it still happened. So. The fact that it's happening now is happening in the context of Brexit inflected by Brexit. I don't think the the French trawler captains were necessarily thinking that we're, we'll show these Brits of for daring to leave the European Union. But in fact, there is no actual agreement on who can harvest them will the so the French captains are apparently. Sort of controlled by a particular European Union, which the British are exempted from. So everyone's within their rights. It's just there's a dispute about what the law should be and the French captain seemed to have taken this out on the British captains, the known. Apparently the the British were according to the laws that exist doing anything wrong Horton to this article.
6 arrests made in failed plot to assassinate Venezuelan president
"WGN radio on tune in it is two o'clock or thereabouts here's Vic. Vaughn thank you Brian it's mostly, cloudy seventy six degrees, at O'Hare federal federal. Authorities are investigating lead, pollution in Indiana, WGN's Roger badesch. Reports northwestern Indiana steel mill is. A major source of industrial leaden benzene emissions and regulators aren't sure where the pollution, ends, up Chicago, Tribune analyzed. Federal. Records about our seller Mattel's burns harbor mill they found the mill released nearly. Eighteen thousand pounds of lead at one hundred. Seventy three thousand pounds of benzene in twenty sixteen the. PA is investigating. Roger badesch WGN news the US will reimpose its first round of sanctions on Iran since President Trump announced, the withdrawal from the Iran nuclear agreement ABC's. Arlette assigned his at the White House the Iran nuclear. Deal brokered by, President Obama lifted the sanctions but today the first round of sanctions against Iran snap back, into place ninety, days after President Trump withdrew from the agreement, the sanctions include those on Iran buying US dollars and on trading. Gold and, other. Precious metals the. US is also, ending arounds ability to export. Carpet sin foods into the US the number of. Dead in last night's, magnitude seven. Point zero earthquake in Lombok Indonesia now stands at ninety one more than two hundred people were hospitalized with serious. Injuries search and rescue teams continue working it's. A tourist resort island. Venezuelan authorities have six people in custody accused of an alleged assassination attempt against President Nicolas Maduro he was presiding over a military parade on live TV when drones. Carrying explosives. Detonated near him Saturday ABC's Matt Gettman reports part of the, sad things about the way this has unfolded in Venezuela is That people are so, tired that they don't have the fight. Left in them to keep protesting but there are these. Splinter groups continue to try to fight the Madero government the alleged attack comes after years of protests against, the policies of Madero and his predecessor we'll check sports traffic and weather next on Napa know Keeping it simple.
Regional airlines hurt by worsening pilot shortage
"When he ran out the doors around ten this morning he got about two blocks away when he tried to stop a passing car and that's when the king county jail guard opened fire police don't believe herron was armed but detective patrick michaud says the man has been accused of shooting and killing an eighteen year old woman in can't just a few weeks back and now the jail guard involved shooting is now under investigation at seattle's gasworks park tonight yes excitement is building for the fireworks extravaganza over lake union this barbecue vendor says he's been prepping for this day for day we started smoking it's about three days ago 'cause they're expecting about forty to sixty thousand people and we have about two to three thousand pounds worth of meat on there right now the fireworks show is gonna last twenty minutes but see fair ceo richard anderson tells kiro seven the planning for it has taken months music score this firework show is one of the few in the country choreographed is all medically around bringing people together unity so credible music and fireworks show where you're gonna see things you've never seen before again forty thousand people expected to attend that show at gasworks park so you can expect traffic getting in and out of there if you've been to sea tac lately it's no surprise that record numbers of travelers are going through the airport it's like that at many airports around the world but as the number of travellers skyrockets there is a shortage of pilots go one to ten where is the pilot today i think it's at least a six while hog is president of region carrier piedmont airlines which needs to train and replace as many as two hundred and forty pilots a year the pipeline for young aviators is drying up and it should be a national concern the cost of learning to fly is almost three times more expensive than it was in the nineties many of our our young pilots have tour fifty three hundred thousand dollars of debt when they come work for a regional carrier cbs's kris van cleave says regional airlines have increased the starting pay to sixty thousand now compared to forty thousand a couple of years ago let's check back in with rc cats now with a hyper radio realtime traffic we're still dealing with.