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"three thousand pounds" Discussed on The Real Agenda Network
"Challenges itchy twenty odd interns permits Economic justice pub cost bokassa Brighton disparity end justice league case eating progressive. The heck means someone to recoup. How do we get them with your such expertise. A such guests the book this face to face the nation issues and opportunities facing the kong We'll look at reforming taxation of wealth and tons the income at jerry's Upside will be the taxes to treats different types of income differently. Have disproportionately benefits wealthy and how. These problems can be fixed. So mafia joined economist. Shrimp i'm license be joined by Barraged the chief. Executive vote slammed. Gd discuss this with us today. Say i was a free at ishra boosted to ask basis of this office. I had them tax wealth partly in. What's this new vanity site right now. We can think about receiving income Ordinary people awesome on their combat way. And then there's people who Another earning while say for example you can have income in the capital. As when you're chaz go value or you can dividend income when when companies have demands on your income tax differently. She say for example if you go off Thousand pounds you'll pay less than three thousand pounds in tops but if you hundred thousand dollars in capital gains you'll any pay fourteen thousand pounds of that in talks. The people paying different amounts of tax depending on how on they're not obviously affects while equality because it means that people already wealthy end up paying stocks and people who have to On this benefits lofty. More stan would likely to assess is might more. Republican five has their tends to increase in terms of that distribution.
'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
"three thousand pounds" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"A disco ball three thousand pounds of confetti zero public bathrooms and dominos selling pieces for thirty Bucks each the ball drop it is an American tradition dating back to nineteen oh four and was watched by people all over the world many countries have their own way of ringing in the new year Denmark for example celebrates the occasion with a physical gesture at midnight gains jump off chairs symbolizing the leap into the new year many follow that up with a little plate smashing throwing dishes at the doors of their neighbors home wow I can get out of hand pretty fast the stocks are known for dropping in on their friends during the new year first fording is a popular tradition in Scotland the first person and our household on January first is seen as a bringer of good fortune for the months ahead in Brazil lentils are on the menu eating them represents wealth and prosperity for the coming year what's not on the menu chicken the superstitious believe the birds would sometimes walk backwards represent bad luck evil omens and even death sorry chick fillet fireworks a favorite in Australia seven tons worth you can expect an impressive display at Sydney harbour the turnout about two million folks this year not bad for a nation of twenty four million over to Spain where most people eat grapes at midnight twelve of them to be exact each time the clock chimes a grape is eaten Spanish believe it will bring twelve lucky months midnight in Japan can get a little noisy Buddhist temples all over the country ring bells one hundred and eight times that's right symbolizing of the number of human sins in Buddhist belief and here's another thing you might not now in South Africa they get a jump on spring cleaning on new year's eve it's customary to throw old furniture out the window and into the street the practice started after the collapse of a part time representing fresh beginning this for millions of south Africans back after this Deborah's home was stolen I don't mean thieves stole stuff I mean scammers literally stole her home the FBI calls home titles that one of the fastest growing white collar crimes this story is why you need home title lock Dever says quote criminals found the title to our home online and file fraudulent documents claiming they owned it and it gets worse Deborah quote I was evicted from my own home an eighty five grand in equity don nobody believes you can get your home stolen this easy on quote this is why.
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
"three thousand pounds" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"But how did lions get into computers early computers had been in use in the UK during the second World War to help break German coded communications and in the U. S. the military we using them for ordinance and ballistics calculations but no one had put them to use in a commercial office before take on some of the tedious tasks done by secretaries and clerks large numbers of flocks implied today the fission products are still hard to find employment the security of chemical weapons not offer the owner traction it is becoming more competitive in even greater Lauren was always very go ahead in introducing new systems that would make for great service fission say I'm the direct in charge of the clerical side of the firm had been to America not seeing what was happening wrists computers that and decided that something should be done for themselves the lions policies were keen on automating their own back office tasks like stop taking and food ordering which would then being done by armies of young women tapping away it's adding machines in nineteen forty seven the line's board agreed to put three thousand pounds into research at Cambridge university on a prototype of what would later become Leo one and by nineteen fifty one the first Leo computer was up and running the standing orders on the.
"three thousand pounds" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Know in New York and my parents will be figuring they really didn't you don't know what they're doing I didn't know the language and the struggle Robert Lee is co creator of rescuing leftover cuisine and non profit he started about five years ago after leaving his corporate job on Wall Street for me growing up I you know thought that food was scarce for everyone and there are times are better and I would just have a ball of mom and that'll be it for entire day and then hearing about the fact of her growing up so much food is just mind boggling and you know I just really have to do something about it lead turned his personal experience into a college hobby a decade ago actually started as a and when you call of those promote bringing leftover Donnie Holford homeless shelters the national resources defense council estimates forty percent of food that's being produced in this country is thrown out on a national level forty percent felt like a huge number nearly half and it is but when you think about the nutrition and what that really could mean for people who are we to secure a hungry you can feed the entire American hungry population three times over but after every single year his idea grew into that name rescuing leftover cuisine with volunteers teaming up with restaurants local food banks and other organizations to take what's left and give it to those in need in their communities we started working with small restaurants and start resting their access to one business say I. G. has worked with Leese organization since two thousand fifteen and add you had donated over sixty three thousand pounds of food.
"three thousand pounds" Discussed on WGN Radio
"For for the four seasons heating air conditioning plumbing all coming away this hour all right I wrote the song yeah our son a genius did it Brian Alzheimer has the best and something happened here that is just ain't exactly clear something seven near exactly yeah I think maybe I should just song around that that's a phrase it seems to work all right the Shedd aquarium has a baby well all beluga it and they're they're already a song about a baby beluga to while everything is just coming together okay Sir I'm trying to be excited there's nothing to be excited about the baby whales hopeful they have five name options for the new well and they're looking for public they're doing a pod pull and a pond yeah what's that up a pot of of of Wales they're so that day come pot okay so the names for the baby whale at the Shedd aquarium born July third ended they still have a name how did they communicate first the name no the first beluga born at the shed since twenty twelve that's pretty good that's awesome is a baby boy he weighs three hundred thirty pounds perhaps he would like to play for the bears so them up all right so here are your here are your names I need I like it which is sauce now in the in a wetland beautiful self now Hulu which is a term of endearment for babies and young children these are all into it appropriately not it Jack nine eight Chuck thank you to pronounce on that one elementary got that he's brave me eat Jack as by the way I don't know that work is known to call me that lack confident and game of EC which by the way it is meant something already did you see a commercial for anti faith and you have the facts I take that shot actually you do get a real one of the side effects include I don't I've never noticed any all right rash around injection site that kind of thing sure all right I don't know that it's never happened so it is in the eye the game that sounds too much like a pharmaceutical yeah I like to do was the first one again that was my favorite I make yeah I Nick first off now is just the use it's pronounced go that one hello easy on his side and just tell shed weird inside and forget about the poll but al's we when we decide we are the in the first final the second one and eager Colo Colo I like who I guess I'm out voted hello German German for babies and young children when he grows up to be a gigantic beluga whale what's gonna happen then let's just like some people call dogs puppies no matter how old they are so think of it that way I guess all right it's going to grow to be three thousand pounds hi Archie and eighteen feet long you know you can tell how long the beluga whale Harry how do you tell you measure it from the top.
"three thousand pounds" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Go again three show champions of the people are website champions of the people dot com it's all there for you all of our podcast of all over radio shows in there the information is there the practice very information is there you have a motorcycle accident a truck car crash pedestrian car crash somebody on the bicycle hit by car car insurance supplies and what of people a lot of people don't realize when you're on your bicycle and you're injured in a car crash your own car insurance your own car insurance of the bike rider applies to that as well we're gonna do a show on that coming up in just know that that's very very important we'll talk today were talking about truck car crashes eighteen wheelers they weigh eighty thousand pounds your car average weight is three thousand pounds give or take it's a mismatch you have to know what you're doing we were talking about we have all the federal motor carrier safety rules who cares what difference does it make to the injured victim it makes a huge difference as far as a liability is concerned it makes a huge difference as far as proving your case against the trucker against a trucking company and it makes a huge difference on the insurance coverages and when the user can we can see that you can prove that the truck driver violated one or more of these rules and regulations which were gross violations and it doesn't have to be a gross violation but which were violations which led to an caused the accident maybe the men drive in eighteen hours in a row that's way over the allowed limit on the federal motor carrier safety rules this is how you approach it you must look for the underlying cause is it a negligence case yes but in truck cases you must go steps further and analyze it under the federal motor carrier safety rules you must look for the under buying a car you know but sometimes only have drivers are speeding all right maybe the large turning in in tax with the federal motor carrier greatest rules you have to know the rules you have to know what the beach and did it cause and relate to the crash test very poor and you you want to know why the crash happened and it's easy to look as they will marry negligence it's just simple negligence somebody wasn't paying attention but a lot of times the route that negligence of the root of that wrongful act on the road is is the result of how the company was operating to begin with and what was going on with respect to the truck driver and what the truck driver was doing and how wide the truck driver had this this act that there because you crash and if it could have been avoided not necessarily by more attentive truck driving well that's always seem to want to look at that also could have been avoided by a different way to operate the.
"three thousand pounds" Discussed on KQED Radio
"As an old finish the prison and offender is given between forty to two hundred and forty dollars it's a penalty of fine on time and he's expected to constructive work in the community fast six pilot schemes for community service was setup John Harding was put in charge of one of the pilots games in nothing in check now you may feel of the defendant as punishment and legally speaking in a sentence of the court is a punishment I think it's one point go together very clearly that strong Harding speaking to the BBC at the time on the other hand you could use cream so as we said in the past to some kind of springboard free visitation some people said it sent a form of reparations making up for the damage was done in the past so we have people coming to service for burglary for fifty fourth sold grievous bodily harm dangerous driving all kinds of different offenses but we could not expose the public to unnecessary risks if we had done so then committed to service an experiment could have gone down the tubes the trio of offenders who take these people on sight seeing trips and Sunday outings of work together before they were part of a gang of coffees John Harding had to win over local magistrates the press the public and he needed to find organize stations who would be willing to take on convicted criminals we had negotiated a whole series of tiles with won't feel canonization with public sector organizations social services hospitals youth clubs senses the physically handicapped sense of people with learning disability except for we had something like over a hundred and twenty toss in nursing sure eleven the benefits to the community obvious enough this church hold his head three thousand pounds worth of work done by a friend it's work which otherwise could never have been tackled of course the vendors who violated the terms of that community service orders faced being sent to jail the vast majority did stay the course and offenders were not forced to west signs clothing that identified them as convicted criminals with probation offices believing that integration helped rehabilitation is extremely important to be not singled out is somebody different with a badge of shame on them and I think people began to you know question.
"three thousand pounds" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"So when you go I think that's interesting because in generally I've always thought that there's there's some chemistry that goes on between people that that science still hasn't figured out and I mean that I don't think that we know that they still haven't completely nail down what goes on with all of our DNA and genetics we're looking at somebody and our brain are animal brain is Thomas you could make with that person and have a healthy offspring that could also have offspring because that's the only reason we exist as yeah as physical beings I don't Judy had been to our church many times because our grandmother went to the same church I grew up in and I think she even like sang in the choir once or twice Sir guess directed once arguing with math and you know I'm it's funny because I we talked about this and you know so there's a cute girl or such a cute girls I don't know what what about the whole thing I was just describing you mean or something that goes on I think what was just so consistently horned up at the time that I don't think it probably stood out well one of the I mean yet the anything with the you know a pulse in a in a pretty smiles like wow Hey one of the ingredients in that chemistry stew is the age in the time it yeah your life experience has changed all of a sudden this thing that may not have been attractive a decade ago all of a sudden is much more appealing for instance a man in all denim like I'm wearing a Canadian tuxedo well in our you otherwise involved too I wonder how much of the actually wonder one I wonder how much that please I wonder if we're interrelate were in one of those relationships are animal brain is decided you're in a relationship with somebody you could have healthy children with all we care about animal brain right well then it's it turns off it's looking for another one meter it should it should anyway yeah and then so you just if you come across somebody else does matter you've got one yeah I have a vague memory of us talking on the air about very studies having to do with women find men who are in a relationship more attractive because there's some form on the outer one it's the opposite Russell starters but I know I don't even remember the study the result of it but the point was there are different outputs of pheromones depending on your status are you in a relationship aria not Sir yeah who knows maybe to devoting a were involved with somebody else so the smells you put out that trigger the other person's brain in the right person although my wife was dating a guy when I matter now hold on where he is now out of in Lebanon men might not have been the right guy right we've all data clearly surely we've all been in relationships with people that we had no intention of ever having children with right now so right and that's all our animal body wants is to find somebody to have healthy children people ignore that all the time they just try so hard to ignore that but it's just for for instance big college events in my town last weekend a big giant event festival sort of thing college kids everywhere in the way everybody was dressed I found amusing and it's just soul anthropological Lee basic nobody needs expresses that themselves but Lehman red bottle the baboon generally is it's the peacocks with their their their tail feathers up shone the brightest colors I mean the girls and the guys were dressed in such a way to attract a mate and we all think it's because I like six one of no there's something deeper and more powerful going on there right and you have no control over near the know why you're putting on make up an eight o'clock in the morning you out to this festival you think you just wanna look good now you're being driven by the strongest impulse we've gotten our body to find a mate share sure it's Turkey love in time right now I hope this won't trigger mark but yeah the terror Marshall groans because he said his automobile surrounded by turkeys should approach an approach and Ollie had to protect him was three thousand pounds of steel the the the mailman intellect and the gas pedal the Turks to get all puff Diez callers are brightly Sander Taylor I do it there was a lot of fanning when they approach my total manning a sexy on an awful thing within my tail out off the I don't then the Turkey pretend like they don't even notice it just the lonely am right and they just keep walking but before you know it or you know it the making sweet Turkey love ran a middle of the fairway I'm watching the goats when they're in season and you recognize human what's animal behavior be recognize things you've seen in humans in that whole nasty mating thing playing Cory I'm not interested in rhyme and then then they did two males jockeying for position on the tough guy he thinks he's a tough guy get out here suppose a tough guy right there's a new series of those like kind of nature the our plan at this was actually called our planet merited by David Attenborough sort of you know best voice for looking at landscape and levels on the terrain so I think it was the second episode they they have this this long thing on bird kind of mating dances and hers is one that was actually a coordinate it was like a boy band there are four there was one that was already designated as the as the leader so at the end of it he kind of got to go over and see if the lady bought their whole choreographing six different bird mating dances that I just found a Larry ostriches are cool they have like this really elaborate thing or he lifts the wing and she lives a four man it's like some sort of wacky new folk dance you got I would learn in gym class in middle school but that's how they show their interests that we we can get our podcast like cross pollinated with other podcasts we get promoted more like for instance we get in with the Audubon society right and some bird watching podcast on this one Jenna broadcasting world I don't I'm not sure you know that for cause sensation are we going to get to the reanimated Frankenstein pick brains we have time maybe tomorrow maybe tomorrow maybe tomorrow they can bring ticks bring back the lies that like that that requires an entire conversation easy friends Dr Frank exactly enjoy your joy your day to the best of the Armstrong and.
"three thousand pounds" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show
"I was prescribed over a hundred three thousand pounds from two doctors, like thirty six pills a day, absolutely ridiculous. But that was something that I had to be personally accountable, for and take ownership for. And if that wasn't working for me, I had to make the changes. So I had to do that trying to control of my life, back opiate addiction. So my what I'm curious about is, is your son motivated to meet you. In other words was. This strictly motivated by you and your family. And this kid's gonna come up, and he's pissed off and has resentments or is he excited and motivated wanting to come to you? Excited motivated. It was all strictly me trying to reach out to him and actually yesterday, he sent me a message online, they'll happy birthday dad with upside down smiley face. So that was nice to know that, you know, he's he doesn't have any other family, besides myself and his family, and it's important for people in the world to know that there's people out there they care about you. And there's a place for you to go even if it's just to get he's motivated excited. What did you have to fight so hard to get them up there? He thought that I wasn't interested like we never had any conversations between the mother, and I four and surely nineteen years. All right. Well kern. I like that. You're taking care of self now. And are you so ber-? Yeah. And for years decides medications that were given to me by my doctor. So. Yeah. For past two years. I haven't taken any medicine since I got back with him back in my stomach the hunter without that the hundred and three thousand pills were following doctor's orders. So we're skeptical of that. So now I can send you an Email doctor. I understand what you're saying that one hundred percent. It's that whenever you like okay so look, here, here's thing good. Yeah. Good and good and good reconnect with your a strange boy, and I would say, try to enjoy others company, I wouldn't try to figure out too much too fast too soon. You know, just sort of whatever you're doing view expectations. You know you know what I mean? Yeah. Kern current and interesting guy. I it's like he's just this sort of a dance of high intelligence meets addiction meets. A wrap a story a cadence patter. You know, I I don't know. And, you know, I think they're, they're addicts that people have the rap usually you know what I mean. Tell you everything, and they're the cub across is really bright. And they, they also come across is sometimes learn it like they learn the subject. But you feel like it's all a rap to work around the addiction. And whatever other feelings that may go along with that, you know, there's a kind of a certain rationalization. Yeah. Like there's a certain again. Like when people go, I don't know or or I don't remember when that was or I don't know like you go do you drink do you smoke or whatever. And they go sometimes, but not that much like you are just problems, not problem. But when they start giving the raffle, let me tell you story as I used to, you know what I do now. Now, my regimen now right? I tell kids, you know, and it's like okay, there's energy, there's some there's some energy, the Kern has that is attic, energy. It's been through a lot seems to come out the other side of it. And hopefully he and his son will enjoy that other side together, and he should be cleared that, that the his previous illness made it impossible to reach out to him, and I would say my advice, what I worry about is current as Kern. Wrapping on a son like really just Piter this pep pep pep. You know, here's the dates. Here's mom, here's what have your mom. Here's what happened out show. Some emails. Right. Try to reach out your mom. Like I get. That's what he got legal case. Yeah. He's got a stenographer with them and she's reading the minutes..
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.
"three thousand pounds" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"Lovely idea. But I mean, I really loved doing the medieval music, you know. I I found myself really enjoying it tracing the skipping about. But the send thing was the budget for the movie was three thousand pounds for the music for the music. It's been I have twelve musicians who about you know, for twelve hours, and I'd written A-List stuff with two French holds and in a string quartet. We started fully recording this and the fringe, you'll have you can imagine hominy we bomb up on up of this strings to do that of it was pretty you. But it was it was majesty real. But Terry rag me out his old, Dale, I think 'cause we using coconut and everything is local is if the music sound in which it did you really had to use like hundred before he musicians playing descript library music to make an impact the I think he was quite right. I I was only slightly if you know those tunes hit the light of day, but he -absolutely made the right decision. So the music by reds survived was evil stuff. I'm the Kwara that sort of thing the monks amongst Trump. Yeah. I found that that I'll men descript PA's dominate don't as requiem three blue to Jesus please give us peace and they lacking a heads of. It was the thing to do all the way through and being behalf way up scores. He's abounded wearing this chain mail, which is made a string and sprayed Silva when the FICO wet. It was visible. I suggested was. It was around like, you know, but evil knights in St. chainmail eatings, scrambled eggs sandwiches. I said this is the game to climb the two sheep wary. You know, I am she I will be sheep by Cleese won it with the with the future. Plu perfect. I I'm about to have been sheep worries. With that film. How was it working to directors? I was Gilliam n Jones at the same time. Correct. But if you've ever worked on the me, ready, take any notice of the direct. No, it was fine. Because Terry, he's moving director Valey of I think, that's the way it sort of found out, you know, but it was to be any time. You know, I remember being one of the French soldiers upon the actual. Next Cleese who was taunting people that anyway, he turns to be the one point is I live, you know, which is. It was just French routed old eleven ashes to cow. Right. So I feel silly line income destroyed away like that. So I'm not stay him. But he's actually live ask qual-. You know? Shamelessly building my Paul. But I think it proved. So how does Rutland weekend television and the rentals come about? I did a lot of nice comes with them because it was handy because I could hold the shit live while they for the scrambled around and changing something else. And we were doing jury lane in London. And they said, you know, this dress them you said to be defense doing some television..
"three thousand pounds" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Year. To pay. I. There is an app called click to fray, you can pray with the pope in in in actually eavesdrop on what the pope is praying about. And so you have an idea where his thoughts are. Okay. I I I'm just happy gave us this week to play click to pray. I'm talking to you. At least he technically savvy, but I am no fan of this pope. I'll be totally honest with you because he keeps coming out with these statements the which he also unveiled over the weekend. The US has to submit to a global government. Otherwise, it's future is in doubt. Shut up. Open up your walls around the Vada. Right. Let all these immigrants that you could say that we should protect okay. I'm going to have to go get the app just to say, I know, I know it'll be huge. It's going to be huge. She was the first social media pope. You've really maybe that's why we know so much. I don't know if he brought in some young cardinals to hang out with them and do all this tweeting. But yeah, he's a savvy. Alright. Sure, not too savvy to people locally here who were lying in the road to watch the blood super wolf moon thing on Sunday nights. Here's well, let's go to some local news coverage at the park to watch. And photograph the lunar eclipse both people are now being treated at the hospital for non life threatening injuries because they were run over by a cop patrolling the park who was doing how how fast was he five miles an hour. So here. Okay. So this is my scenario. Okay in thank goodness. These people are going to be. All right it. Oh non-life-threatening. But that still means they got run over cars. Don't I mean, they way what three thousand pounds hurt? So you know, they had some serious injuries. I'm sorry. Even if they run over ran over your legs. You know, the police officers paid suspension over running over how cease about dark, it's in this nature. Preserve, well, I this is my scenario they were doing a little bit more than looking at the moon. They were token, no more an amorous kind of setting hence why they didn't hear the car high coming at them. You're talking about a little bit of this..
"three thousand pounds" Discussed on PhotoBiz Xposed
"Hey, you go up x number of pounds. You know, it's such a complicated process. And so you're talking three thousand pounds. Yeah. I think high paid it was over three thousand pounds the my website. And yeah, it was I dont. Yeah. So taking into. All that time and the expense is worthwhile process film. And it sounds like it is you've done this multiple times with the same company. Yeah. Absolutely. I think it's you have whether you have in your budget. You know, and there was a time when I couldn't afford to do that. However now, I kind of say is like an investment. So it's something that it's going to last me so long, you know, and it's your shop shopfronts effectively as for talk of his we die while most of us don't have physical shops. That's alright lis or shopfronts. I I think he's so crucially important that it's good. And the me it's just massively worth it. Obviously, if you know able to invest that much then, you know, able you count as much muddier, but I would say if there's any way so investing in it. It's well worth it. I mean, obviously, there are lots of really great templates out there that you can use. Now, man, I never have really successful talking phase him how beautiful web site the templates United. They kind of done themselves. What I would say for me is it's the Carter peace of mind as well. If anything goes wrong either have to do with it myself. You know in intensive anything going on the websites. You know, they well, but just technology does dates do change things sometimes that can be. But you know, I'm not massively tacky in terms of computers. And I just know that now that that websites in builds an all safe I want to change it on you just drop them in any amount. And this is how I want to change it. Let me know how much is they just do it whereas could spend wait faffing around from assaults out myself. But I just felt my times were more than that, you know, and ultimately make more back in time. If I use that time focusing on my work Rosin tinkering with my website. You know, it's definitely definitely worth it. So. Yeah. Absolutely. But that's just my personal opinion. I think it's worth the investment. I agree. I agree you, and you alluded there, and I did to an intro that you have transitioned from weddings to families. Why did you do that? Well, a number of reasons really very heavily, weddings. The yen is I shut my last wedding in June of this year. So although I stopped taking bookings a couple of years ago. It was you know, you get booked so far in advance the even stopping taking bookings. It took a couple of years for the actual weddings to wind down to stop. So I really enjoyed it. But I think what started really finding was I was just really drawn to the kids at weddings. You know, I found that the most funds fights unless thought it some often particularly site the reception on final inanimate kids will phasing around brought garden. That's a you know, a hiding under the table. And then the adults to say stood there just coughing champagne and chatting will to me the kid. Are so much. That's such an obvious. You know, more fun thing to fight over when they're doing then people just standing around chatting and hobnobbing United. So it's kind of that were more stories where the kids were basically more stories device coffins more energy that was more here humor and mischief and benches. So I think it was kind of not really a started realizing, whether you know, the kids it'll be so hiding behind the curtains and going along adventures and not have to think on just stopped now. Go back to the they have told C N sorry. It was just born of a genuine realizing the Admiral passion written a think high Kanda seemed the old photography's would fail that way to me to seem really obvious will the kids aware all the funds whereas lots of other photographers of the wedding talk star saints mayo God at night. I hate for graphing kids, you know, it's other Duma headed so. You know, I didn't realize the people didn't fail that way. And then people started wedding couple started booking may specifically silencing. My pictures of kids as one of the reasons why the books may either because they had kids at their iron..
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.
"three thousand pounds" Discussed on CarCast
"No, I drove it up the hill climb, so we need to. Yeah, but it's got to be a little loud, no real soundings about two hundred twenty pounds lighter than the five seventy. I guess depending how you spec it up with a little bit more power, but it's more about that kind of guttural fail. You take out the call pitch you sitting call them five of bucket. So it's just that much more media do recall how much it weighs. Of the year, right? He's about to twenty pounds. I'm trying to remember overall, we might have to look. I wanna say it's gotta be three thousand pounds of car. I don't think I don't know if it does three thousand. Talbot Monaco which helps save a little bit. Yeah, and I bring that up because making a car that street legal with air bags and bumpers and all this shit and tracker. We gotta put in cars if it's three thousand pounds. That's tough to do. Yeah. You know, I've got a health had outside. It's gotta be forty. Five hundred pounds. Forty four, forty three. I don't know what it is, but it's well north of four thousand pounds, right? And wasn't that long ago. We were talking about a new eight series and I'm like, oh, new h. He's gonna be fast, new eight fifty or forty, whatever not the am. Just the regular ones could be zero sixty three point six, seven, three point, eight seconds. It's like, yeah, that's fast, but it's forty, seven hundred pounds. So now you gotta do it like an incredible amount of horsepower and torque and all wheel drive and all that stuff McLaren's version of it is let's make it light. Let's give it to. We'll drive which makes it lighter, right compared to forty five, throw some wars power on it, and maybe you know, maybe we ditch the carpets and the radio and the process because who needs that stuff was Let's doing that. I see. see. Oh, gyco Mike fluids. Terrific job building building that company up and he was saying, you know, they want to, yeah, they're not going to get out of the horsepower rice, but I also want to win the lightweight rice. And yeah, combine the two, then then that's where it is. But I mean, these things are getting talked about it before the is getting so fast real fast. Yeah, I just watched a. I don't know if you guys are gonna start getting your hands. I report Porsche have released a little bit of a video kind of teaser. First impression around their test track of their mission e. j. take on as it is now was gonna call emission a great now everybody knows it. So they throw them out now he's not going to be cool the take on how do you spell it t. a. y. c. and sites like the what was the movie with Livni's and taken take him. So he's got to think of that with the different spelling. I think of that bird with the cereal with the big nose, the stripes on his nose. What's the. What's the to toucan Christie, a lot of cereal. What's the? What's the name of that damn bird with the with the big knows that. That's right. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah, that's gonna get confusing. Confusing when that thing comes out missions better? Yeah. Well, I was in Atlanta last week with the Macci out of meeting with Porsche down there. And. And how is that facility? That's interesting. We have the post expense here in LA. They know the one down in down in Atlanta, which is h. q. fabulous building. Some of the calls in that they had a mish any take whatever you wanna call it this week and an out about they have this. They experienced center and they actually told me for they took me for a lap in nine, eleven. I jumped in the passenger seat and wells interesting about it is it's just God whales everywhere. So it super tight with guardrails, which just makes you feel that much faster. But I think both she's doing a great job. Does facilities ask you real sense of experience of what those caused can do? And if the average owner who's who's buying doesn't doesn't fully appreciate the depth of ability. Those costs have sitting next to a pro driver on a tie. Yeah, that gives you a little of pre she do you think the mission e..
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.
"three thousand pounds" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program
"Why why are we just say a segmenting out women for sexism what why not sexual orientation why not that this law would lodge a would reasonably apply to anybody because it would have the same effect in the real issue is that because the way the the law reads the says that we get the law they actually the where the law reads her says under the law any behavior expressing quoque contempt towards the person because of their sexuality or treating a person as inferior or is reduced essentially to there's essentially to their sexual dimension and so not only is this i'm i'm i'm i don't know an only this the segments society analysis and we've created special rights for a specific group of people for women now they have a special right they have a right not to be talked down to because of their sex but also it create opens the door for all kinds of other freedom of speech issues that you're going to run into the and enforceable boy apparently it is enforceable they can charge three thousand pounds for making that mistake which is what they did the afraid to open my mouth ever three thousand euros i guess three thousand euros and we're lucky in this country and when the this is being challenged all the time guys especially college low at the collegiate level right now they're are really challenging a person's right to speak their mind if it offend someone else and you cannot live in a society where speeches regulated based on someone else's reaction to it because the truth is we really can't decide whether we get offended or not i mean we can try we could say i want to let that go but truthfully with someone hurts us arats us and you can't really do anything about that what you can do as you can change you can decide how you react to that hurt you see we as human beings we are where we are right now you're in the spot you're in right now because of all the decisions that you have made up until this point.
"three thousand pounds" Discussed on Edible-Alphaâ„¢
"I bet you do well and it's got a been it's yeah so so then your ad expo right big industry trade show so did you have a booth little small booth against the wall but rytas great visibility really happy with the traction that came through our hall and we will remote surprise about was number of conventional grocer at expo really just wasn't you know natural sector stores co up everybody these days yeah i mean i was blown away at expo west this last year i mean i it was like one hundred thousand people and that's not open to the public right so that's not just the natural channel man yeah it's crazy so so you're at expo and you know that's a great place for you to get visibility all up on the east coast so it sounds like you really leverage that coming up into the season now does that mean you go to your growers and start talking to them about growing for you you know what i mean how do you handle that relationship with between demand and supply you know with our stores last year we know our you know our girls are you know kind of where we were and they know how much to add to last year's numbers though you know we have deadlines in early spring we've come to them and tell them how much we freeze and we do that on grower by grower basis and then if growers have extra during the season we have kind of contingency program so we signed up to do you know ten thousand pounds of strawberries with one of our growers and you know towards the end of the season they have an extra two or three thousand pounds we are able to accept that but on different payment terms that we can still you know save their fruit make sure it gets a good home but it doesn't necessarily destroy our cash flow and they have those expectations up in advance though again they will be paid for the fruit it just won't be paid as quickly as the original deal.
"three thousand pounds" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
"I'm in august cheese the sex robot would choose sex robot to says he hopes the father a child with these three thousand pound plastic love machine s that's gone up to five this is dr said she decided santos says he could eat would program the child to be a combination of himself and samantha who is these plastic lover i can might not have a baby is not so difficult i would love to have a child with the robot using the brain when i've already created i would program met with the genome so he or she could have moral values plus concepts of pt just this and the values that humans have but he's gonna make with a three d printer is that he says the samantha sex robots sentences when he ejaculate s and times our own orgasm accordingly my wife does that as well although to be and this just about israel as well oh you're penises it me i sent you are about to go anyway adding easy this is the guy he put their sex rogue one a are putting two i'm going to fast attack fan in austria and men came in gropes the people mountain samantha's bresser legs and arms two fingers were broken i mean nothing that's the robo otherwise that's not very good advocate for the robot she was heavily soiled this meant that just over so far and i don't know i don't know what went sense the world of sex robots anyway less alexia the making the story of ian gunpowder as well on the bbc gunpowder in how to allow us i will leave these my guest is third appearance on show i probably best known for his appearance on comic relief does university challenge why we're all here.
"three thousand pounds" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist
"All right so this is the meat and potatoes now i guess what we want to ask you guys is what can we do to help nurses what's the current situation we should probably go to you go see what's the current situation for nurses at the moment where do you stand financially where all the negotiators with the government what are the government trying to take away what would you like them to give you nurses of lost fourteen percent between their salaries and the rate of inflation since the coalition government came in and then the tories in two thousand ten for average notices salaries that means that most nurses have lost three thousand pounds a year at least some of lost more and that means the nurses up and down the country across scotland england northern ireland wales basic lay are struggling to survive inflation is currently running at three point seven percent three point seven percent yet the government say the one percent is enough four publicsector star and nurses in particular the chancellor mr hammond denies is exactly the noise that there is a problem will he would wouldn't give given that he has two houses anderson enact so he doesn't understand so i think the stories that have been told this evening the stories perot that you've just told your experience of shattering enough today i'm felicity tale of the nurse who stayed to do the extra work after they had already completed a 12hour shifts that every day lived experience fat every night up and down the country and the government don't understand that every now up and down the country our information is absolutely clear that this is the case works at least one shift a week.