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Appeals Court Says Uber and Lyft Must Treat California Drivers as Employees

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:24 sec | Last week

Appeals Court Says Uber and Lyft Must Treat California Drivers as Employees

"Ruling uber and live to treat their California driver's employees instead of independent contractors. The ruling comes less than two weeks before Excuse me. Motors will be asked to exempt the ride hailing Giants from the States gig Economy Law. Thursday's decision won't have any immediate impact because it doesn't take a fact for at least 30 days. Well after the November 3rd vote on prop 22. Togo. New

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Torgoen and Miracle Flights: Celebrating 35 years of curing the distance

The Pilot Network Podcast

04:30 min | 3 months ago

Torgoen and Miracle Flights: Celebrating 35 years of curing the distance

"Flights thirty fifth anniversary and and we fly exclusively commercial now. So all of our patients in all of the families that we serve fly commercially and but that always that that wasn't always the case So when we were founded back in nineteen eighty, five we started as a as a nonprofit and with with a group of this network of private pilots and and it was only with these private pilots on donating their time, their money, their their planes that that these patients would be able to travel say from. Las. Vegas to Los Angeles writer. Las. VEGAS TO STANFORD University for treatment. So. So with our thirty five anniversary of this year, we we've really wanted to sort of celebrate that Celebrate our pilots that that that started this. Entire. Journey. At. Miracle flights and and actually played such a pivotal role as we're starting to brainstorm with Rachel and Matt. From forgoing about how we might activate some of these The. Celebration and really create some ideas and we were thinking about, Hey, what if we actually gifted some of these amazing time pieces to to these private pilots that actually helped us all those years ago. So so our team. Contacted one, a gentleman His name is Dave and and he's actually a Las Vegas resident. is now eighty years old but dave helped. So many of our patients fly back in the I guess it was like the early nineties nineties. And And what we thought would be a good good ideas. If we connected Dave, the pilot, you one of the patients that he flew all those years ago and there's a patient. Her name is Jessica and Chm actually. Has A has a disease called arthri posts and it's an orthopedic, a condition where the the limbs don't necessarily form on the way their intended to and and she her first flight would dave. Back in nineteen, ninety, five and nineteen, ninety, six was Was To Seattle, at Jessica was like two years old Ohka and again day flew her a number of times and when we reached out to Dave and said, hey, we want to do this little reunion. He could. He was just so excited began this is he's eighty now. So you know he's getting up there and he was just so excited to connect so. In the pandemic times we connected via zoom and they had this wonderful reunion where Dave was able to see Jessica who is now walking and anyone who knows a typical diagnosis a of of Arthur guideposts you're you don't walk. You're you're pretty much confined to a wheelchair, but Jessica is walking she she's a college student at the at Oregon State University. And it was so incredible to see them re reunite of the resume, and then we were able to present Dave with with the awesome a Tornado watch as some kind of symbol. Of thanks and and obviously celebrating partnership so it was lovely to do that values are first Reunion that we were planning on doing other ones. In Togo has just been so generous that they really wanted to get into celebrating other pilots as well. So a few things that we actually have in line of for for activation coming the next few months actually going to. meet up with an air. Force. Pilot Air. Force. Vet Who who used to be a pilot and SORTA surprised him with the tour going watch. He's actually been supportive miracle flights for a long time as well and as our kids fly you know our kids are still flying an Algebra Algebra accident short with they're going to surprise their pilots that are actually flying the the commercial planes flying on. Now they're gonNA surprise those pilots with some with some Togo and watches as well. So we have a law planned, but it's it's such a amazing partnership really to celebrate. These families, these pilots are so instrumental in helping these families.

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Woodland Park Zoo's baby gorilla is recovering in Seattle

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:24 sec | 5 months ago

Woodland Park Zoo's baby gorilla is recovering in Seattle

"Why a two and a half month old baby gorilla at woodland park zoo is now back with his parents after suffering serious injuries over the weekend Togo was heard a scuffle with his family members and ended up with a bite wound and skull fracture thanks to help from pediatric neurosurgery consultants from Seattle children's hospital and medication critical appears to be doing better the zoo posted on Facebook that he was taken back to his mother and father and is still being

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"togo" Discussed on Are You Just Watching?

Are You Just Watching?

14:07 min | 6 months ago

"togo" Discussed on Are You Just Watching?

"Four ten says just as each one has received a gift. Use it to serve others as good stewards of the varied grace of God. And you know even if it's nonbelievers out there that's still what they're doing is they're using their gifts to serve and It's it's good to see well one of the things that comes out really interesting about this movie as we have both stated neither of US heard Togo. But we'd both all while both had heard of Balto before this it turns out that Balto got the credit for a very interesting reason number one. He was the one of the lead dogs on the less lead brought the serum into nome and so the dog was named Fox and the journalist onsite thought that people would think that one of the lead dogs was actually a Fox and so he decided to use Balto as the picture of the triumphant victory of getting the serum into dome and so he took a picture of Balto and made a big deal about him and he was just really one of two lead dogs that brought the finals. The final run not saying that he didn't undergo some tough road right. You know in fact. I think they said that that last team ran through storm to get to nome so it wasn't like they had an easy road. Nobody had heard of Togo and Togo ran so much further than bolted and in fact he nearly died. He was in very bad shape at the end of his run. They had to recuperate in one of the way stations and according to the movie. I don't know how true this was. But he basically had to walk to go home he couldn't because Tokyo did not win. forego his position as Lee dog but he was to weaken in hurting too much to actually pull the sled and so he had to walk him the rest of the distance home after the. You know the mission was complete. It was a situation where he this. Dear dog owner had put his dog in harm's way and literally thought he'd run him to death and he didn't get any credit for it and Baltica all the credit for it and I was thinking about. How important is it that we get the credit? We deserve which one little point of fact that most people kind of leave out. Is that though the driver? That of the team that Balto lead bringing the serum in was was not SEPLA. The dogs that were on that team persepolis dogs so Balto actually belonged to Sepah and Toko was just his choice he had a whole bunch of Docs. He raised dogs. That's what he did. He raised in and train dogs for sledding that was his job and so he had bunches of dogs and it was constance who actually picked out the team that had Balto and Fox in the lead and For that final run and they were separate dogs but he was very upset. The TOKO didn't get the recognition. Even though Balto was his dog did get the recognition. So I just thought that was an interesting point effect but I think that sometimes we get as Christians too hung up on getting credit for things and I am probably the first one to as my hand and say this is me mea culpa. I'm at fault for this. I like to be recognized. I think most of us like to be recognized when we do things right. But in Matthew six one through four it says be careful not to practice your righteousness in front of others to be seen by them. Otherwise you have no reward with your father in heaven so whenever you give to. The poor. Don't sound a trumpet before you as the Hypocrites do in the synagogues and on the streets to be applauded by people truly I tell you they have their reward when you give to the poor. Don't let your left hand at your right hand is doing so that you're giving maybe in secret and your father. Who Sees in secret will reward you? I actually memorized sermon on the mount a long time ago. And this was one of my favorite passages just remind myself over and over again. That what we do doesn't have to be seen by men that God can give us the credit that we need and deserve Through our salvation and through our rewards in heaven. I is isn't necessary for people to recognize. Sent us the good that we do in the world and you know when we do get credit when we when we get the earthly credit when we're recognized for doing something good that serves. God's purpose to were. We are getting that credit because he intends for us to get that credit so we need to accept when we do and when we don't proverbs sixteen nine says a person's our plans his way but the Lord determined steps so whether whether or not we're recognized for what we have done it's God's will that happens I mean let's face it. That's what being sovereign means. Yeah but when we get the credit it's so we can bring glory to Jeremiah nine. Twenty three twenty four. I have this one posted on my wall This is what the Lord says. The wise person should not boast in his wisdom. The strong should not boast in his straight. The wealthy should not boast in his wealth but the one who boasts boast in this that he understands and knows me that I am the Lord Showing Faithful Love Justice and righteousness on the Earth for I delight in these things. This is the large declaration and Ito. Paul Echoes Echoes that later in the New Testament when he says that all the all the things that he is our like trash compared to God you know and he counted all his nothing because he wants to boast in the salvation of Christ and that should always be our our our post should always be. This is what has done for me. This is Christ work in me. I did not me Lord. But you should always be our our motto. Of course it is a little different when you think about it with Sepulveda and Toko because it didn't necessarily want the fame for himself but he was upset that his dog didn't get the credit so it wasn't like he was looking for credit for himself was more of an injustice thing. Yeah before we finish up on this episode. I do WANNA touch briefly on the characterization of Togo in this movie one of the things they do in this movie is Kinda show. The back story of how? Togo wormed his way into supple his heart because he was kind of a demon puppy. It was Kinda like this. Everything he did was just seem so mischievous and wrong and he himself out of his pin and he'd break windows and even says at what point Saint Francis of Assisi which you just talking. Because he's just a major annoyance he's like skits in the in the way everything and he makes it just how how much destruction. This dog causes. yeah. I know there's dramatic license. But there's a scene where he's walking across the shelf in a workroom that he's been locked in and take himself out of his pin. Yep and just like every every workbench in America. It's got glass jars of screw slide up on the shelf and as he's walking across his show fees knock it off each class jar and it's just crash crash crash crash crash just. I was like oh I was ready to shoot the dog and then there was the scene. Where which a lot of these when you look at the historical story. They said that these things really happen. Like one of the ways. He tries to get rid of the dog as he sells him to a woman who wants to guard dog and a house pet as a guard dog kind of thing and the Togo literally goes through a glass window to get out of the House and breaks the glass window and goes running all the way back to SEPLA. Well the the end of the movie. They make a point of drawing this conclusion whether it was the true conclusion from real life. But this is what comes to the realization. That Togo's wasn't really A master sled dog because he was bred to be a flood dock. It was because he he truly was devoted to supple. He loved Sepla in he was willing to do anything to just be with. Sepla and so of course. The movie ends with him. Being you know week we just kind of retired together and gave him A. You know a quiet life where he sired puppies reason and just hung out with US equipped pulling sleds. And that's the happy ending wasn't quite that way in real life but the point was that in the movie was that they realize that Tokyo just wanted to be Sepla and so they just gave him that in no longer making him a work but just to be with Ebola and I was thinking about that in in this is not of course a perfect metaphor for our trust in Christ because I think it depends on Togo a lot more than cry. God depends on us so it's not really a sipple but we have a very special relationship with our master and Christ is the one that we should be so devoted to that. We are willing to go through anything to be with him and I think sometimes we lack that kind of devotion for Christ is like I think especially Western Christianity. We've become so comfortable that we don't We don't we don't foresee hardship and toil and pain as being trials that make us stronger in our faith instead. We cry about them and and get upset about them in and we don't see how we're growing spiritually through them. And so in Togo went through a lot of pain and toil to stay with Sepulveda and to be devoted to him and I think that we should have some of that desire ourselves and in dealing with but dealing with our master who is Christ. I mean as Christians. We are called to be servants of God and servants. Don't necessarily have easy lives and we can't expect our lives to be easy because we're following Christ in fact I do. I do want to bring this up because this was an interesting fact. That was highlighted at the end of the movie right before the credits that Tokyo's devotion was so important that they literally started a breed from his stock. So there's the Zeppelin. Siberian Husky is based on Tokyo Stock. I mean He. He sired puppies and his later life and he. His devotion was passed on to generations. There they said that the the Sepah Siberian Husky is valued because it does create such devoted dogs that are just willing to go the extra mile and and just really form these really intense bonds with their masters. And that's that should be what we are as as Christians. We should have that intense bond with Christ. I mean we talk about devotion devotion to Christ but I kings eight versus sixteen. Sixty one mentioned being wholeheartedly devoted and A re read that in a second. But that's what we see. In Togo is the wholehearted devotion and what the verse says Versus Sayer? May All the peoples of the earth. Note that Lord is God. There is no other be wholeheartedly. Devoted to the Lord our God to walk in his statutes and to keep his commands as it is today and that wholehearted devotion is is pictured is reflected in Togo's devotion to supple and Even in the words of Christ if anyone comes to me and does not hate his own father or mother wife and children brothers and sisters yes even his own life he cannot be my disciple and obviously doesn't mean that you need to love your parents and become a hermit. Yeah but what it means. Is You have to love God. You have to love your savior more. And that's a hard thing to do it very hard thing. Yes it is. We see that in not only the devotion of Togo in the movie but in the dogs that we at that we have our feet the dogs that are in our houses. They are totally devoted even in their disobedience when they chew up the cow. Cher- you know road and compare shoes. They're still totally devoted. And that's the kind of devotion That's of Pale reflection of the kind of devotion that we should be showing God. Yeah well I hope. Everybody has enjoyed this discussion. If you have more that you would like to discuss with them about the movie Togo or even about the quarantine. The current Corentin the role in Feel free to join us at the facebook discussion group which you can get to by going to argue just watching dot com slash community or just look for. Are you just watching on facebook? We have a page and a group. We'd love for you to become involved. You can also comment on the show notes which will be at. Are you just watching dot com slash one hundred and three and you could also call us at five one three eight one.

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"togo" Discussed on Are You Just Watching?

Are You Just Watching?

12:49 min | 6 months ago

"togo" Discussed on Are You Just Watching?

"I think this is a great opportunity for revival of Christians are not using it as a means to tell the world about Christ. They're really missing their chance. Because there are a lot of people needing hope right now even without the virus having the economy shutdown and having jobs lost and This is a situation where people are literally living at at home with all of the shortcomings of sinful man. Condensed into a house full of people except for those of us who are single owner in quarantine by themselves but abusive situations can be. There's no way out you know you're stuck in a house abusive situation. There's people who would normally be at work and are literally. I mean driving themselves crazy especially extroverts. Who are used who really need that. day to day interaction with people just to express their personalities. And it's a situation that can become very tired just in my neighborhood. Yesterday I saw a massive amount of police suddenly appearing in my neighborhood and I had no clue what they were doing there and I lit it later. Found out that there was a sixty sixty ish. Gentlemen who had brandished a gun on somebody else in the household and they were treating it like a hostage situation and brought in. Swat and police from like three different departments because they're on the county line and it was Quite the exercise they they were able to get him to surrender and come out but nobody was hurt. But it's it's those kind of situations that are made worse by a stay at home order where everybody is stuck at home in dealing with you know whatever and securities they have and this is the time when people need hope and the only hope that really lasts is the hope of Christ and so we need to be diligent in sharing that with our friends and neighbors and not just taking it for granted that they don't need our help that they don't need us to speak into The despair that is going on in their homes and I'm pointing a bunch of fingers at my house off right now because I'm an introvert and I'm perfectly happy at home with. My Door's closed it. But I need to be checking on my neighbors. I need to be making sure that everybody gets what they need. And and Yeah if nothing else. A kind word from a safe six foot distance. You're absolutely right so that leads right into talking about everyday heroes because this movie Really talks about several people who go to heroic endeavors in order to save children and in in the context of the movie didn't really have anything you know. Any risk to him and his wife they. It looks like they lived outside of town. They weren't really exposed at a diptheria. He had just come in from a run so he was ready for a break. And and there's a scene where he's waxing his sled runners and his wife is like so you are going to take this run. And he's like I didn't say that perfectly happy staying here. I haven't been here in a while. Need to stay home for a while. He seemed not be reluctant to commit to going on this run but they needed him to and we did find out looking into the actual history of cephlon his wife that they actually did have an eight year old daughter at the time of this which. I don't know why they left out of the movie is seemingly. I'm just curious about that to an odd Omissions considering the fact that it gave him some motivation for making the trip and risking his favorite dog because they really almost kind of feel like in the way that it's portrayed in the movie that Togo is almost like their child. You know it's like The dog was especially important to constance because she had raised him as a sick puppy and Even though separate was just willing to let him die because he was a renton useless. But you really get this. This feeling that they're risking their child. You know that the this whole concept of taking Toko on this run was against consciences wishes and didn't think he would make and they had to do it anyway because they needed the motivation to make this run and the the hazards were incredible. I mean we. We're currently hailing as he rose the truck drivers who are staying on the job and to deliver stuff to our stores and don't get me wrong. These people are risking a lot to to be continuing on the job and it's not easy because a lot of the way stations that they would normally stop at to sleep and eat. They can't stop at because restaurants are closed. And there's no place to to to stop and rest. They're making these cross country tracks so these guys really are modern-day heroes in the case of cove in nineteen. What separated with his dogs is way above and beyond so he is an everyday hero. A real hero. I mean he really did it. And and he wasn't the only one though he went the furthest and with his dogs and Toko leading the whole way He he did like I think ten times. Further than any of the other Rela- runners mushers and dog sleds What was his motivation for doing it? And it was because he cared enough about the people who needed that serum to make that choice and to ride into that storm. He did it because it had to be done. His community dependent upon him and It's the way I don't I don't know if Sepp was actually you know that Stoic. In real life as defoe played him in the movie I it was a good balance and informed the informed the audience about the characters decisions. He he didn't have any intention of going on the run but he was also a realist and knew that he would probably be going on the run. What was he said? I have no inclination to right and I think he felt like. If you sit anybody else that they wouldn't survive the run and then it would have been worthless because the the cost of life in the community if you didn't send the best team on this trip. And when he left he didn't know it was going to be a relay. He thought he was going to go all the way. Exactly since pick up the the stuff and bring it all the way back. He thought he was doing the whole run himself. And so I mean for him to step up and take that responsibility knowing that he was probably the only one that could do it and come back with the serum because the whole point was to get the serum back it wasn't to prove anything to make any records or the whole point was to get that Sarah back in a timely matter and you know like so many things in my life I I tie back to examples of soldiers in combat and You know when my buddy rob is Was standing outside the door of a building in Iraq that needed to be cleared. He didn't have any inclination of going in there and getting shot at. Yeah but it had to be done so he did it and he you know he had his team with him and they accomplish mission. And that's the same kind of stoicism that that we see from seven in this movie that same kind of devotion and I appreciated that and the sad to hear hero here ship center real work heroism. Thank you Terry. Well we see that same kind of heroism in our medical officials today because a lot of them are getting sick and dying in the the idea of going in and they can't go home to their families because they go home to their families they have the potential of infecting their families and so they're working around the clock. Take probably taking naps on out of the way corners in the hospital. Because they can't go home as you have pointed out. This is not a short sickness it takes a while to get over and so these people are literally being the comforters. And the caretakers of people who can take days and sometimes still die and I've seen some pretty heartfelt videos and posts from nurses that have watched people die of this illness and the saddest thing is that they can't have their family there with them and so they're they're dying alone and except for these nurses and doctors and that's a lot of pressure to put on our medical personnel to not only be the caretakers but to be the last ones to be with somebody when they die. My Hat's off to them. I do WANNA call out. There are a number of community groups out there that are stepping forward to support these every day. Heroes he's modern heroes medical professionals the doctors who can't go home. There's a group that my wife told me about just the other day called. Rv'S FOR MD's where they are renting and borrowing RV's to put in the driveways of doctors homes. So they can go and stay in this. Rv At their home and be near their family even if they can't be in touch with them. Yeah interact with them. Yeah coming beginners community. Yeah exactly that kind of coming together as a community is is so uplifting it reminds me a bit of you know how people were just after nine eleven before the politicians kind of got ahold of it. I appreciate that. It's that this very difficult. Time is bringing out good and and people again. Yeah bringing us together as communities in his neighbors and people checking on people and while there is obviously still the nasty side of things. My parents have mentioned that some friends of theirs. They were at the grocery store as a couple back before when they were still letting couples shop together which they're not now even not letting you do but he. She had needed to use the restroom and so he was standing outside waiting for her to come out the restroom and he saw this well dressed like businessmen going around and touching everything he could touch literally opening the eggs and touching every egg and handling everything shelves and he was just completely puzzled by. He couldn't figure out what this guy was doing in in that kind of situation. It's just like disgusting behavior. Some from some people are are just Truly evil in my mind whether or not he was infected with anything just the thought of somebody going in handling food that someone else is going to come behind him by is just totally disgusting. It's it is the definition of terrorism. I mean yeah doing something specifically to cause fear and others right in order to establish a political statement. So who knows? Maybe he could be charged with domestic terrorism. Yeah yeah the thing is is that that does just like this kind of thing can bring out the good people it can also bring out the bad and people as well and but I'm just so thankful that we do have the medical system that we have in the US and we have true doctors and trude nurses who truly care that they're not just in it for the money that they're willing to work the long hours and put themselves on the front lines that as president trump has said multiple times. These are our soldiers in the front lines of a war against an invisible enemy and we definitely need to be supporting them in and giving them the VAC leads. They deserve what they're doing and and just to to wrap the topic but the Bible tells us that this is exactly what we should be doing. I Peter Four. Four ten says just as each one has received a gift. Use it to serve others as good stewards of the varied grace of God..

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"togo" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

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02:39 min | 7 months ago

"togo" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

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"togo" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

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11:24 min | 7 months ago

"togo" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

"School about America's elite snipers I'm Brandon Webb and I can't wait to raise the great on military gear in America. So let me know your in sign up today at Craig. Club Dot Com C. R. A. T. Club DOT COM west Africa. There's a little bit about West Africa. Four completely changed tack. I spent a lot time in west Africa. Some various jobs or will the goldline's in places like Guinea and Mali coat of Wa. I worked up and down on the anti-piracy side of things Togo Nigeria. And of course I served in Sierra Leone where I was part of the hostage rescue mission way back in two thousand which is actually twenty years ago this year but the reason I to go to West Africa was one story of foretelling today about Togo and Togo. Lovely leist beautiful beaches great coastline attributes of west African country but completely unstable and we would find in west Africa would be some countries would be stayed on through period and then the neighboring countries would be arguing with each other than it would all spill out into a full on war and then he displacement of people move into the next country then these arguing the whole thing would go round and round and round. Basically bought displacement of people caused by agro inflaming countries would probably start pays for years. So that's how it went west Africa and I certainly wouldn't I went to molly. Molly was peaceful. That's now in tatters places. Guinea that had lows and loads of that that had almost a coup in Guinea. Just before I got there. So it's a very very volatile place west Africa and I'll just share with you a story when you when you traveling through these places as a white man you have be very very careful because the place has been flooded over. The years with people trying to topple various governs and especially places that South Africa. A lot of the soldiers from there needed to run decent money would disappear in the West Africa and tight par all sorts of coups. So when you were in thirty four a Mayo white traveling through West Africa sometimes on your own and I was on the on the store. Tell you it was. Traveling is a fair assumption to the authorities. You could be a paramilitary type and especially my parents some parents you know. I'm a fairly big glad. Assure hair are fit the description of a mercenary straight away so are drawing the attention of the far every time ago into a west African country all attract some sort of attention certainly implies Guinea. I even got followed entitled and all sorts of stuff and it was. It was quite obvious that they wanted to know my whereabouts and very often travel inside of the people I'm health and safety or I'm a consultant for the rigor. Never ever ever use the word secure because Utah yourself into the security world. It's not putting a magnet on your head to pull in as much trouble as you ever could. So we'll never used to do that. Whenever I was in West Africa I was always a health and safety consultant. I was a consultant for stop for there was always some reason for me to be there other than security however every time. I was it was to do security and Tom was no was no exception. I wanted to was supposed to be joining a ship now. Tho those master coastline. And we were going to be getting on the ship and I was going to be going with four people from Togo as escorts and escorting shape. And that's how it was never never next PAP flew in the Lome Apple which is capital of Togo before it left from London. I've been asked if I could undergo an anti-piracy tasking which was to be taken for local. Add onto a ship. They would be armed odd beyond however I was allowed to type body armor the helmet etc etc now before I left the company in the UK assured me that I had all the right credentials and paperwork for his body armor because traveling into a west African country body. Present you with massive challenges. If you don't have the right paperwork so sat down with your fish in the afternoon in London women through the pint work when Freud old again they wanted me to take with me. There was some but not killers there was GPS stuff. There was a satellite phone excetera etc etc old. And almost after you would expect take on anti piracy task except weapons which were being supplied and used bodies local guys in Toga. Not a problem. I didn't have a drama. That's whatsoever the shipping company is going to be working for Swedish shipping company. I've worked with them before. There was no real drama. We literally going to be talking some fuel of somewhere probably done in Nigeria. Coming back again off and the thing would disappear fine happy with that. What a great trip guy. It was good money in them days. Well in you know circus five six seven hundred dollars a day sometimes so it was right so without further ado without questioning anybody are jumped on a flight down the Loma alone on again off the plane got through customs or not through customs will go through to passport control. Okay Q but it normally is in a west African country. You gotTA cuter. Didn't really PULL ANY THIRD PARTY. Attention do far. He's weren't really interested in me. Quick look up and down on your own. Yes I won't be on. It wasn't a problem. Things going swimmingly afford this is awesome. There's going to be killed not going to get through the other side. The pipe world elephants craze. As we came out bags they came straight around the conveyor belt. Not a problem there so the banks with air bags. Trolley started pushing them out towards the towards the Green Channel. Nothing to declare now in Togo at the time of probably would imagine still now. It wasn't a case. He just walked through. Every bag was put for a scanner so as I got to go. Through the Green Channel Cool to unsought Ama- banks will take off me and onto onto the conveyor belt and they went through to through the x-ray machine have a problem with that. This is when things started to change. I saw the guy it was a television monitor. Stop The Monitor and Paul the first bag right into the machine and I'm not. Why is he doing that? Charge in looked at me. Each ends up fruit again. He's not happy stops on the other side. And as I got to pick it up on US Leave it there. Then the other one goes fro again scrutiny. They both FRU now. I'm not allowed to pick up my back. They asked me one doing and I'll tell them I'm working health and safety on a ship and I'll be staying in a hotel near loan and getting on the ship tomorrow. And here's my paperwork and paperwork I don't make it all up Okita. Why do you need these equipments in here? And they pointed out straightaway. They opened the by the is body. Armor is a helmet does the GPS stuff is binders Wad. You need you know. We experienced piracy on your coast here. I've never been asked him where this stuff and health and safety representative is best. If I were the protective clothing up and issued and upbringing out the pipe work give them the pipework about five minutes in the in the paperwork which are foot was an extraordinary long time. The guy says this is not good and now there's two or three other people in the background. You've stepped forward in in uniform in police uniform. And they're all arguing. They're pulling the about getting out there looking at it. They're staring at it pulling it around. If they're west sizing up WHO's GonNa keep it and then going with a suit comes on a stone as you've got over so comes on your initiate. So he says to me he says are you a mercenary straight up that are you a mercenary now. Now I'm not mercenary. I'm health and safety are going to work on a ship which is going to Nigeria from here and we fear there may be on their on their to make sure that the health and safety is in place and we have security from your country so your security guard now. I'm not security. I'm health and safety. Why do you have body? Because I need body armor in the conversation round and round and round around it was around this anyway. Eventually they say to me you won't be on. The ships are tight. Now take me away and put me in the back of a van of it now. I'm going to get arrested in my pocket. I've got my satellite phone. One of us sat phones one of the garments with the big on the side of the antenna. I WanNa destroy away right to the office. They stop me from making the phone call. They take the phone from me and they put me in the back of his van and they drive me out not far from the airport to account really guess where ongoing that. It must have been another two lover lover and police station somewhere. Can't remember the way that much because I was in the back of this van. I don't really see in the family. And when I go to the other and they put we straight out and it was a container shipping container and they put me in the shipping container. Now can tell you now but I think in places in my life that this shipping container. That was one of the stickiest places I've ever been shipping container and the only window in about knee height and it's not really a new windows just a hole in the middle with bars across it. You can't get out and there's only a tiny could only if I could only go ahead of if I could get an avid so there's no John's I'm GonNa Escape from his finger. They just leave me in. There can tell you now. Togo isn't a cow. Plice is proper hot and God knows how many other people must have been kept in this thing before me well. How long had even been there? I didn't know it was thinking. People must have been urinating defecating in it sinking united. It was probably one of the most own healthiest places of ever been on this planet. Anyway I'm in there for what seems like ages and then Umbro out taking into a building which is next door to it into table ago. I sat on. A desk starts interrogating Megan as to want doing in the country. Why am I here and I have to make a series of phone calls between them? The office back in London is all done fun fun really whatsoever so all this stuff. I'm trying to justify who've been done on eventually when we've been in there for about another half hour. They sent me back again. This happened to a free times. And I went to the container container in the container out of the container. Sometimes I would question me in the container. I was getting really fed up of no food. No water no enough in and eventually they come and get me out. They dragged me off up into the office again and I'll get told that I won't beginning ship and I'm going to be held under arrest in a hotel this hotel. I WanNa go to the room. And there's a policeman stood out so I'll be room. It was around. This pocket only have room service. Come to the room. Said it was.

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Los Angeles issues 'stay at home' order

Extension 720 with Justin Kaufmann

00:30 sec | 8 months ago

Los Angeles issues 'stay at home' order

"In Los Angeles county they're asking residents to limit all commercial activities LA mayor Eric Garcetti making the announcement putting in place an order that calls for nonessential businesses to stop requiring their workers to come in the county of Los Angeles is issuing a safer at home stay at home order Togo affected California governor says as much as fifty six percent of the state's population or more than twenty five million Californians could be infected over the next eight

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Massive amount of cocaine worth $1 billion seized in Uruguay's capital

BBC World Service

00:45 sec | 11 months ago

Massive amount of cocaine worth $1 billion seized in Uruguay's capital

"The authorities in Uruguay say they've confiscated a record hole of almost four and a half tons of cocaine calling it the biggest blow to drug trafficking in the country's history but is it Kerr reports this huge pool had been hit in in Saudi flower containers destined for low may the capital of Togo's and had a street value of about two billion dollars it was seized in a joint operation between the navy and customs directorate in the post of Montevideo last month also in Montevideo a container was three tons of cocaine was discovers mines for Benin the two huge discoveries followed the seizure in August in Germany have a container with four and a half tons this is arrived in Hamburg from Uruguay

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"togo" Discussed on Dog Tales

Dog Tales

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"togo" Discussed on Dog Tales

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"togo" Discussed on Dog Tales

Dog Tales

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"togo" Discussed on Dog Tales

"The wind from the growing storm was actually et. CETERA is back the extra boost allowed Togo and the other dog to speed over the Norton Sound at an astounding twenty three miles miles per hour as cephalopod-fishing cap called Unger Lick the dogs picked up even more speed. Suppler couldn't believe leave it. They were practically flying down the trail up ahead. He could see what had gotten Togo and the other so excited there was another dog team up ahead stuck in the snow. There was a reindeer on the trail and the dogs lines had become tangled angled in their attempts to chase after it but Togo was more disciplined than these other dogs keeping his teammates and check. He pulled Septa. Hello sled right past the embattled musher normally Sepah would stop and see what was wrong but the mission was more important as much as it pained him Sepla kept going once again. The tailwind from the growing storm saved the day. It carried the stranded. sledders shouts allowing Sepla to hear his fateful words the serum the serum. I have it here. Sepah immediately slammed on the sleds break and turned around. The new relay plan had nearly Lee ended in disaster but now SEPLA had the serum. He only had a few more hours before. The Storm made the Norton Unsound Impossible if he was lucky. It was late afternoon and the sun had already gone down. The wins that approved so helpful on the eastbound journey was now a punishing headwind. It was so loud allowed that sepulvado wouldn't be able to hear any indication that the ice was cracking. If they were going to make it back across the northern sound safely settlers settler would have to once again put his total faith in his trusty sidekick CEPA clicked his tongue and Togo ton. The this led to the left racing across the Norton Sound. The Path was dangerous but cephlon knew it was a risk. They had to take with so many lives hanging by a thread every second counted..

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"togo" Discussed on Dog Tales

Dog Tales

10:36 min | 1 year ago

"togo" Discussed on Dog Tales

"By January twenty when he first two more children had died from definitive diptheria cases. Dr Welsh knew that without a new batch of serum the disease would spread through gnome like a wildfire that same day he sent an urgent telegram to the. US Army Signal Corps for requesting an emergency diptheria serum delivery as the government scrambled to locate the nearest serum cash. Nome City City Council tackled another problem. How to get it there? The nearest railroad was in Nina. Six hundred seventy four miles goes to the east of nome and while there was a group of aviators willing to risk of flight the only planes available were older models with open. Cockpits pits with temperatures hovering around thirty below. Zero Alaska's governor wasn't willing to entrust the serum to such a risky venture ultimately the city council settled on the tried and true method of dog sledding. There was only one hitch. Normally the journey from Nana to nome took a Mushin team twenty five days to get the serum to nome faster after the council decided to get it there via relay one dog team would take the serum halfway from Nanna to known a second would meet them the and bring it back whoever drove the second team had to be an exceptional musher. They would have to get to the halfway point as quickly as possible. Then turn back around and head for GNOME at top speed. There was only one team for the job. Leonard Ed Sepulveda and Togo to make such a long haul Sepla decided to take twenty twenty of the thirty six. Huskies he had in his Kennel. Normally he wouldn't take so many dogs to carry such a light load however speed lead was of the essence. He and Togo needed all the help they could get. But even with such an urgent mission there was still still some dogs separate thought one up to the task. One of them was a six year. Old Dog named Balto. mm-hmm like Togo. Balto was a Siberian Husky. He was stuck here in Togo with black for everywhere except for a white chest and forelegs made it look like he was wearing socks. Although Balto was strong he wasn't particularly fast. He rarely ran with settlers principle teams and was mostly used for freight transportation with a big boxy body and a barrel chest Volta. It was always eager to work but SEPLA decided he would be sitting this one out. He needed his best dogs for the serum. Run BALTO wasn't one of them as SEPLA prepared his team for the long run ahead of them. A batch of serum was finally located in Anchorage on January twenty six. It was immediately sent on a northbound train to Nina. Once it arrived the serum run would would officially begin the morning of the twenty seventh Leonard. CEPA left nome the halfway point of the Lotto with Togo leading the way he would travel three hundred fifteen miles in just a few days and then turn around and do it all again. The weathe- was a bracing twenty degrees below zero. For many this temperature would be assigned to stay inside and drink hot chocolate by the fire. But for CEPA in Togo it was perfect sledding weather with clear skies and no wind the team set off on this sprint to the east as the sled skim through gnomes quiet streets. He's a crowd gathered to see Sepla off as Togo led the charge. GNOMES beleaguered residents couldn't help but feel a swell swell of hope if anyone could safely deliver the serum and Togo kings of the Alaskan Alaskan trail as they want hunched frame disappear in the distance. The cheering crowd quieted their hope. nope turned to fear as the full force of what lay ahead hit them. If the Diptheria Serum didn't reach nome the highly contagious disease would continue to spread unabated and as a deadly blizzard began to brew. Sepah and Togo I would have to use. Every ounce of their hard earned knowledge to survive the race coming up. Leonard Sapolu and Togo auto tested in ways. They never imagined now. Back to the story on. January Henry twenty-seventh nine hundred twenty five forty seven year old Leonard Sepah and his twelve year old dog Togo left from nome to participate in a massive massive dogs leading relay to transport a case of diptheria serum with no other way to get the medicine through the Alaskan Interior. It was up up to these brave rushes to save nome from being ravaged by this deadly disease but even if they got to the intended rendezvous do of Nolato them might not be any serum for them to pickup Leonard Sepah may have been the most accomplished Musher Alaska Oscar had ever known but the territory's governor knew that even he would struggle to complete the arduous six hundred and thirty mile round trip that that was asked of him if the serum was going to get to know SEPLA would need some help on January thirtieth more mushers were called to join the relay although Leonard supple would still take the most perilous leg other teams would help relieve his burden and instead of relaying the vials of serum villages and INS. They'd hand them off on the road instead. Head for ultimate expedients. One of the additional men called in to participate in the relay was settlers co worker forty two year old Ghana Carson. Before he left Sepah had given costs and permission to use his dogs. In case taste the mining company. They worked for needed anything if he did. Seth Lotto constant use a Siberian Husky named Fox as his lead dog. But kasin didn't like Fox he liked Balto source. Some of himself in Balto like Balto Causton was stuck doing menial work while Leonard. SEPLA became famous for his racing victories and speedy deliveries everyone in the Alaskan interior new new suppler and Togo while Qasim and Balto toiled in the background ignoring sepulchres advice. Khasan clipped Balto into the lead position on his gang line he had no idea how consequential that choice would be. As Sepah and Togo sped along the coast of the Bering Sea. They were unaware of the new strategy for the relay since it's time was of the essence the serum wouldn't be waiting for them. At a roadhouse. It would be latched onto an oncoming sled team. This team was racing to meet Sapolu and hand off the serum on the trail if Zappala decided to go off trail like wild bill Shannon had or if a snowstorm snowstorm reduce the visibility. The two teams could Possi- each other without knowing it. If that happened a far less experienced Russia Shah would be forced to undertake the most dangerous parts of the relay crossing the Norton. Sound the the same area where Sepah and his team would have died years before. Had it not been for Togo known as the Ice Factory Factory. The Norton sound posed huge risks to dog sledding teams in addition to its ever changing ice formations. The wind speed could reach up to seventy miles per hour on top of the risk of the wind flipping a sled and tossing dogs and men alike into the air. The powerful GAELS could could create a wind chill of an unfathomable one hundred degrees below zero when the temperatures drop that low. Oh a person's breath Confrrari's the moment. It leaves their lungs. If Sepah became stranded out on the sound in in such unfavourable conditions. He wouldn't loss long and early on the morning of January thirty first. A storm was brewing. Settlers team had already traveled nearly a hundred and seventy miles in a little over four days with the winds picking up. He knew it was only a matter of time until the Norton sound became impossible to navigate. If Sepah was forced forced to take the overland route it would increase the journey by at least a day but every day lost was another day diptheria gained and he decided to take the risk. It turned out to be the right decision.

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"togo" Discussed on Dog Tales

Dog Tales

11:49 min | 1 year ago

"togo" Discussed on Dog Tales

"Back to the story around may nineteen fourteen. Leonard Sepah was hired to take a prospector to a gold strike at dime creek. One hundred thirty four miles from nome because the prospector was in a rush separate. Couldn't afford to bring eight month old Togo along. He distract the other dogs too much. But Togo couldn't stand to be left behind the nine after separate departed. Togo broke free from his. Tether nome mm-hmm he cleared the seven foot fence surrounding the Kennel and took off after his master. The next morning SEPLA WOAH was shocked to see a little black streak running down the trail. It was Togo. Sepulveda grinned and then shook his head. He couldn't believe that Togo had made it this far but his amusement quickly turned to annoyance. Even though Togo had learned to avoid other dog sled teams. He was still a pest and a distraction to separate own dogs. Separate didn't have have time to waste on Togo's nonsense. The prospector had paid him. Good money to get to the Goldstrike as soon as possible with no other. The choice slipped a harness over Togo's head he puts him at the back of the team in will position back there. He couldn't do much damage and Sepah could keep an eye on him. But the moment separate clip Togo onto the line. Change came over the dog. All of a sudden Togo settled down his ears pricked up he worked with the other dogs keeping the tug blind taught and his is straight ahead. Togo's boundless energy had been channeled into relentless focus. cephlon looked at his dog in wonder he realized that Togo wasn't an out of Control Wild Child. He just behaved that way because he wanted to be part of the team and from that point on he was throughout that first day separate kept moving Togo up. The teams pecking order at first. Togo started in back with the wheel L. Dogs because they're so close to the sled we'll dogs must be extremely strong and even-tempered at forty six pounds. Togo wasn't big enough to be a wheel dog and besides he was too smart to be relegated to such a menial position after seeing Togo's proven focus SEPLA put him with the to swing dogs located directly behind the leader. Their job is to steer the sled. If they don't react correctly to the leaders movements the sled could veer off course off flip over. Togo excelled at that too. He was so good at navigating that separate decided to move Togo up one more spot to the leader position curious to see a how he do. Sepulcher Hanis Togo next to inexperience. Lead dog named Russky. Instead of following other dogs he'd be taking taking commands directly from SEPLA whether it was a left turn hall or right turn G. Togo was extremely receptive. Perceptive to settlers commands by the time the sunset they had run seventy five miles considering sled teams averaging about ten miles per hour and can only run for a few hours at a time. It was an incredible feat for an eight month. Old Puppy like Togo Kogo. He might have been young but Togo ran like a veteran. When he was honest he maintained laser focused focused on his tasks? He had an uncanny ability to size up obstacles and kept the other dogs on his team in check from that point on Togo was sepoys number. One dog his ride or die quite we literally over the next decade. CEPA always made sure to bring Togo along. If he had traverse dangerous terrain it was extremely really important for separate to have a lead dog he trusted with his life especially when he had to cross the deadly expense of the Norton Sound. Although crossing over this forty two mile stretch of sea. Ice could be a handy shortcut along the Alaskan coast it. It was extremely hazardous. Even a skilled martial like Leonard. Sepah would be out of luck if he got caught in the wrong circumstances circumstances one day. Sepulveda and Togo on a run that required them to cross the norton sound before they ventured onto the ice. The weather had been clear. But in the middle of the crossing. Sepulveda and Togo were hit. Hit by a sudden northeast gale. If the weather got any worse the ice could break up trapping them on the sound. Sepulveda ordered Togo to head for land but it was too late. Sepulveda and Togo became stranded on an ice floe and soon with floating into open water as the current carried them toward the Bering Sea. SEPLA had no choice but to hunker down and hope the wind brought then back to shore but after several hours nothing had changed sensing they were in trouble. The other dogs started ought to howl but Togo remained calm. All of a sudden he let out a low yelp they were drifting back towards the shore. Eventually the ice floe they were on drifted up to a piece of show fast ice but the current would only we carry their little ice flow so far there was still about five foot channel between death and salvation. Couldn't cross the gap but Togo could off tying Togo to a long lead. SEPLA Pella tossed him across the gap. The dog skittered onto the shore fast ice and strained against the lead with all of his mind the strategy she had worked with Sepulveda and the other dogs anchoring him Togo's started to pull the separated ice flow to safety bridging bridging the gap of freezing water but then the line snapped now that he was untethered and there was nothing stopping Togo from running away but he refused to abandon his master. Togo GEICO leapt into the freezing water and grabs the broken lead scrambling back onto the shore. Fast ice he rolled over the rope so it looped around his shoulders this time. The line held Togo pulled the separated ice flow across roster channel allowing Sepah and the other dogs to crossover to him. They made it back to the coast in one piece all. Oh thanks to Togo. Sepah made sure to repay the favor. Favor throughout the next decade Togo and SEPLA inseparable one friend. Remote one does not speak of one without mention if the other when they weren't working they were playing. Sepulveda loved to romp with Togo at night. Trying to grab the dog's paws as Togo danced around him when they were tired out after a long run Togo would simply sit next to Sepah by the fire. Even as Togo got older he was still separate lead dog by the start of nineteen twenty. Five Togo was twelve years old. He may not have been as spry as he used to be. But the forty eight pounds. Siberian Husky was just as strong as it's Wednesday slipped that harness over his head when he was a puppy he also gained a wealth of experience in his years. Leading settlers teams. Togo knew every inch of trail throughout the Alaskan wilderness. He could recognize every sent here every subtle change in the ice underneath his feet with his canine senses. He knew those trails better than any human ever could and that knowledge was about to be pushed to its limit in January nineteen twenty five CEPA and Togo were were recruited for their most important job yet. An emergency six hundred. Seventy four mile relay to bring a case of diptheria theory of serum to nome Diptheria is one of the world's deadliest diseases when unvaccinated and untreated entreated. Populating in the back of the throat diptheria bacteria create a thick membrane. That makes it nearly impossible to breathe because of these symptoms. Symptoms the highly contagious airborne. Disease is colloquially known as the Strangler and once Diptheria has you in its grip it rarely. Let's go before proper treatment. Nearly half of all cases were fatal. Unfortunately Diptheria early stages can be easily mistaken for a sore throat or tonsillitis without modern day medical technology. It's difficult to tell the two apart art until it's too late in nome. That's exactly what happened on Christmas Eve. Nineteen twenty four gnomes town. Dr Curtis Welsh diagnosed a seven-year-old girl with tonsillitis US thinking that all she needed was bedrest. Dr Welsh result to check up on her once. The holidays ended. She was dead three days later. Although Dr Welsh wrote in his journal that tonsillitis can turn fatal. Such cases are extremely extremely rare. In retrospect he was almost certain she died of Diptheria though vaccine was invented in nineteen eighteen. Twenty three in one thousand nine hundred twenty five. The only available remedy against Diptheria was a serum created.

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"togo" Discussed on Dog Tales

Dog Tales

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"togo" Discussed on Dog Tales

"Welcome dog tales a podcast original. Every week we tell the stories of historic heroic canines. We'll profile dogs who save people from earthquakes. Quake's went to outer space and even spurred the invention of Velcro. I'm your host Alistair. You can find episodes of don't tales and all other podcast originals for free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts to stream dove tails for free on spotify. Just open the APP and type dog tales in the search bar. This is our first of two episodes on Balto and Togo to heroic. Huskies who participated the Great Serum Run of Nineteen Twenty. Five Balto and Togo. Were key runners in an emergency dog sled relay from Nina Nanna Alaska to the city of nome with no roads leading to the tiny mining town and the sea frozen over for the winter. This so six hundred seventy four mile dog. sled relay was the only way to transport. The vital medicine needed to stop a deadly diphtheria theory outbreak. This week we'll follow Togo and Leonard Suppler as they helped transport the serum across the Alaskan Interior area next week. We'll pick up at the end of Togo's journey and follow bulldoze quest to bring the serum to nome.

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We’ve officially annihilated a second strain of polio. Only one remains.

Radio From Hell

01:43 min | 1 year ago

We’ve officially annihilated a second strain of polio. Only one remains.

"Well two strains of polio gone in another milestone on the long and expensive and sometimes discouraging road to wipe out polio global health officials announced Wednesday that two of the three strains of wild polio virus at all wild poll you have officially been eliminated although that brings the world another step closer to Iran a caving polio altogether the effort has taken far longer than was ever anticipated when the campaign began back in nineteen eighty eight most public health officials and donors expected the battle to be over by two thousand but two major obstacles emerge first millions of families around the world not let their children have the drops because of persistent false rumors that the vaccine is a western plot to sterilize Muslim girl second in some countries virus is used in the oral vaccine itself have mutated into a form that can be passed on in diapers and sewage and can paralyze unvaccinated children this is contributed the fear of the oral vaccine even though all vaccination is the only protection against these mutant viruses just in the last two months cases a paralysis caused by mutant vaccine viruses have been reported in the Philippines Zambia Togo and Chad because paralysis person only about one in every two hundred cases of polio experts assume that more children have been affecting don't factor but they but it hasn't they've been infected but it hasn't caused them serious problems so they they have the virus but it's it's dormant oracle not not make it's certainly not

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Brad Cox Interview

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

09:15 min | 1 year ago

Brad Cox Interview

"British idiom is you heard the call ridden by hobby or Castellano trained by Brad Cox who has been so good for so many years he is now trained one thousand two hundred eight winners in his career and that total includes those three victories that he had yesterday to Keelan one at Belmont Park but none none more special than that grade one Darlie Abe's win and Brad is with me now here on H. R. R. N. Brad Good Morning Congratulations. Thank you good good morning. How you guys doing things are good my friend. Dr You still kind of on a high after that big win. Absolutely they had several breezes this morning at your show just kind of wrapping things up yeah. That's that's a win. You definitely you know saver for a while. They're foreign feud between the great ones yeah. What's that light for a trainer when you show up to work. The next day is kind of like a victory lap around the race track where everybody's coming up and shaking your hand and congratulating you you know it's it's it's good. I mean you know it's it makes it easier to get up in the morning. I can tell you that when you you know just having good horses to look at watch them work watching breeze. He's checking the next day. F You know post race stuff like that so you know it's good horses which is get up every day and do this force. The you know have horses than move forward young horses Oaks Derby British Cup type horses what you're looking for so it definitely makes getting up a little easier. I promise you that yeah and you've been around so many good ones but certainly British. Idiom is looking being the part at this point in her career and let's remind people. This was only her second career start. She's now a perfect two for two after breaking her maiden at Saratoga back in the middle of August. It look back on that race from yesterday she she won very impressively very easily. Share your thoughts on the performance. I I mean it it. was you know to think he was going to go over and perform like that no way. I mean you know she. She just she just blew just spectacular performance and you know watching watching the race I mean broke with higher did a great job of keeping up in the race not necessarily on the League exactly what you like to see setting off a couple of horses a relatively you you know reasonable pace the backside. I think he was laying fourth and I looked at my sister and I said she's in a perfect spot. I mean she's got no excuse from here and then when she brings it up to the leaders eaters to three eighths. Kinda started looking at some of the horses behind us like I think she's got these in front of her when she's come up to fairly I think you can go buy these and then obviously I was kinda looking for perfect perfect alibi and szucs Philly and I saw so perfect alibi was kind of interesting you know if she responds when heavier ask this things over and she did and you know the only thing I told you can't tell the guy I don't give them any instructions at all jocks but the only thing I told him I said it's a short wire so don't don't you know short stretch. Yeah I wire so just when you turn for home ever position and he did just that she responded well. It was very very impressive race. Did you know this philly could be this good in this caliber when you first laid eyes on her no really well not when I first laid eyes on that yeah you have to go through several steps. You know obviously months and months of preparation to really get a line on we had this. Philly keeneland England then we moved into this summer and she was really stepping for stepping up and you know acting like she was a good horse we breeze brought her to Churchill with the intent of running her at Saratoga and Yep. We just left our church. I I can't remember exactly how it was about just her last work before she ran at Saratoga. was from the gate at Churchill she'll and thought you know this phillies going to be awfully tough at Saratoga auction race. We'd like to a lot so and you know come to find find out. It was like that morning. There was a buzz I was actually at Churchill today. She broke her maiden Air Togo but there was a little buzz kept hearing like you know they're stranded like horses turning like Susan. I like four or five of them in there and you know she. I think lots of times like you know I thought she would have been down a little more and she wasn't. I just think it was a you know a lot of people like horses in the race and the silly it was second obviously came back and broke her maiden. Belmont which was a positive You know just a couple of weeks ago so I uh I think it was even though it was restricted maiden race it was decent strong maiden races well so she received a big figure out of it to that. That was the one thing that Japan Academy Rag Number. You know a couple of days later and I thought you know she moves forward off that you know she's a she's a serious horse. She obviously did it. Just took us a while to get her back to the races we point for the Pocahontas and she the week before she breezed in the breeze was just okay and We've put a blood on her blood worker blitz count. Where's off a little bit so we just decided to skip the Pocahontas in point for talking with trainer Brag Cox Looking back on yesterday's big win in the grade. One DARLIE also vitek was British idiom. She is now punched her ticket to the Breeder's cup juvenile fillies which will be held at Santa Anita in Arcadia California about well one month from today. Hey we'll be breeders cup Saturday Brad. What do you do now over the next four weeks to make sure that she stays in peak form and she's ready to fire her best shot in the Breeders Cup. Well just you know as of right. Now you know I believe we have a plane scheduled to go out on Tuesday before so that's the twenty ninth we'll just go out then with whatever we have that's earn whatever earn their way to the Breeders Cup and you know just who works. I think you know nothing fancy. I mean you know she got a lot out of yesterday's yesterday's race being the second career start and you know just hoping she comes out of in good shape so far so good she scoped great. Last night looked good last night. Put her to bed and she looked at this morning. So you know Oh everything's positive with her will to this point and you know like I said we'll bring her back to Churchill worker twice and then off to California to before as long as everything goes well when you get an opportunity unity to maybe add a couple more grade wants to your resume later today you have Juliette Fox Trot going in the grade one first lady here at Keeneland and then you'll send out in the Joe Hirsch Turf Classic at Belmont Park. You'll send out arc low in there so let's start with Juliet Fox Trot. Tell me a little bit about her really Nice Philly. I mean it took a really tough being California. Last time we got was beaten by. I think the two thousand eighteen races and the silica so I mean I think right if the wires the only time she was in front on of us we got back in front of her past the wiring dot great really nice really think the world ever very very classy filly to deal with in just just real real nice philly that train them and just very straightforward. Does everything alleged WanNa see a horse do of the mornings and obviously the afternoons as well since she's been here in North America America and just amazing philly not real big. I mean she she's. She's a beautiful really beautiful. I- owner beautiful head up but it's not a big big philly typical. I think you know think cut back to a mile. I think is a I think she can do anything between a mile. Maybe even a mile and a quarter anything in there but I always like a horse that you know in a mile in eighth last time cutting back to the mile today. I think a positive that she drew well in the race. looks like on paper. There's speed I'm hoping she can kind of break settle kind of shut off a little bit going into the first turning up the backside and she does that she'll be. She'll be very very competitive today. I think a lot of this feeling. I think she she some you know. Hopefully can you know get some great one placing. Maybe hopefully a great one win and I think you know. I think the plan right now to raise their next year and I really think she's got had a big feature. You know it's interesting you talk about the mile and an eighth cutting back to a mile later on this afternoon and how much you like that move. I've heard other people talk about horses making that can't move to why can that be so successful. I guess it's just a fitness thing I mean I know. We've had the feeling training all year but it's a lot angles and racing that you know you. Can you know I. I sometimes like you know You don't even if a horse runs well on the dirt going to turf. It's almost like you trick them a little bit. You know it's it's and you know I. It just felt like you can have a little more confidence with your shortening horse up as opposed to stretching now now 'cause you know the further you go. I guess the unknown but you know she performed well at a model at Qinglin this spring so we know she can do it. She didn't really shut off and rate that well that day wish you would have you know relax a little more but it was a first start off a long layoff for a long time. I asked her to run a little bit earlier and she was just kind of on the go like I said from off burning fresh off the layoff but she she's moved forward and she responds to what the routers warrant They had three different jobs under this year. You know they've all got along with her. Well so I think for on obviously knows Schroeder twice before been able to get her. They're both times so hopefully like I said if she can get take a trip and relax a little bit early. She'll be tough yeah. You've had her for four starts now. In North America her first one as you alluded to is keen last April after she campaign in in her native Great Britain when you get a horse like that Brad that comes in from overseas.

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Can the Buffalo Bills Put on a Respectable Show Against the Patriots?

The Bill Simmons Podcast

03:26 min | 1 year ago

Can the Buffalo Bills Put on a Respectable Show Against the Patriots?

"Ken the three in Buffalo Bills on clear not win against the Patriots but can they put up a respectable respectable competitive showing against the Patriots and specifically it can be put a dent in that patriots defense because despite how weak the Patriots schedule has been so far the defense of achievements are getting to the point. We're going to have to start talking about all time defensive metrics I would love for that to stop as quickly as possible right. I think most us what other than you and Kyle I think it's wonderful and we're still mad at gunner for ruining our touchdown. Streak touchdown streak was gone now. This is a nice is test of Jiaxuan. What's what's he got yeah? It doesn't have to be amazing but it's like what are you. This is a nice moment for you. Let's see it. The bills are Oh definitely one of the most pleasant surprises of the season right now much like the Patriots schedule has been week so the Patriots have beaten sealers dolphins jets the bills were beaten the jets the giants and the angles not exactly like stiff competition there on either side. I don't think anyone really thinks the bills are GonNa win but it's just a question of can they hang him because if they can give him what the rest of their schedule is the rest of the way they're in line for a potential eight or nine win season which means they're in line for potential wild card berth and a playoff spot and how they perform this week against the Patriots feels like the kind of game. That's going to tell tell us about what they're capable of the rest of the way well there's only six above five hundred. AFC teams right now and then if you look at the one and two hundred team says Roland Alina two possible playoff teams ram so they have a really good chance to make the playoffs regardless of what happens the other thing is of course this game is in Buffalo. Tom Brady has not had great games on the Brady scale and buffalo in recent years but more importantly what happens when the the Patriots play in Buffalo Bills Fans third dildos onto the field okay. This is now a proud long running tradition we had one in two thousand sixteen one and two thousand seventeen a belief three three in two thousand and fulfill Togo have all sorts of questions from people. How are they smuggling them in folks news for you? The whole point of a Dildo is that you can stick it places theraworx okay. We'll smoke the bed. Will we see more dildos. Turn onto the field or touchdowns from the bills offense against the Patriots defense. That's one of the things I'll I would say again I would say the dildos are like one and a half favorites over the touchdowns. Let's say at least for the four Dodo game board and I would say they're one and a half touchdowns possible for them so maybe there to nap point dildo favorites. I love it. I love it. The over under for the actual game is what forty two kyle. I'm I'm laying you two and a half though those against the bills touchdowns would do you WanNa take touchdowns touchdowns or four dildos for Tilda. Take the dildos Kyle. That's a lot for I'll take. She said I'll take four right cast `priority here until gave Kyle taking the DILDOS did here

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Drama in the Toy Industry

MarketFoolery

08:20 min | 1 year ago

Drama in the Toy Industry

"Joining me in studio today from 'em funds. Bill Barker, thanks for being here. Thanks for having me. We're gonna talk are vs. We're gonna talk toys because we've got some legitimate drama in the toy industry. We're going to start with Dobie. I feel like almost any business. That's in the cloud business is doing well that's not a knock adobe in their management. But, you know, adobe second quarter revenue was up twenty five percent. Their guidance was a little weaker than I think some analysts were looking for. But that's not stopping the stock. It's up another four percent today. Yeah, it is continuing to do a great job growing compounding year-over-year. It's on a pretty good five year on, I would say the segments digital media was up twenty two percent digital experience thirty four percent publishing twelve percent. So all three of the major parts of the company growing at better or do significantly better than, you know, double digit range. Do you know historically, if nobody is an acquisitive company, it does seem like obviously, you've got behemoths out there like Microsoft and Amazon just a name to who are in the cloud business it, I mean you know, my joke at the top aside they're definitely some smaller players, and I don't know if part of what has fueled adobe for the past few years is. Being strategic with smaller acquisitions and, and just sort of bringing them into the fault. Yeah. It's enlarge part through acquisitions in two thousand eighteen which for those who can't do math was last year. You look confused for. Of the two of us in the room you're better at math than I am. Yes. That's fair. No last year. Yeah. One year difference magenta and Marquette auto. I don't know that I'm even pronouncing Marquette to marquee, to maybe were acquired, and so they've been well, integrated into the platform and are contributing to that twenty five percent annual growth, little harder to grow window at the size that adobe is at something approaching twenty five percent without making some good acquisitions, even in the, you know, given how much businesses moving to the cloud, even so that this that kind of growth needs needs some acquisitions in most cases, do you think that's why the guidance was maybe a little weaker than people were expecting just because there's only so much? You wanna telegraph what you're going to be doing when it comes to acquisitions, well, they have a history of being a pretty conservative with their guidance. So I think that as you can tell from the market's reaction today, basically. People are blowing that off. Nobody believes them. Yeah. That's nice. They're, they're giving some conservative guidance, and we know that given their history. And this is the kind of thing that you only, you know, chief over time is the belief by the market that, oh, these guys are going to do better than they're saying. Let's move onto winnebago. Third quarter reports seemed to be a little bit of a mixed bag, although the profit margins appear to be improving for winnebago. And typically, when we talk about the RV industry, more more often than not you. And I are talking about Thor industries, not. Not winnebago but went Bego seems to be doing a pretty nice job of late. Yeah. Winnebago, which is the name that people know best for arby's and is best known for the motorhomes portion of the business. And so the totals side of the business is larger for the industry than the motorhomes motor home is the, you know, the large vehicle bus, like structure where the housing unit is all part of the, the motor vehicle, and then the Togo's where you hit something onto the back of, of your vehicle and winnebago made a good acquisition. Couple years ago, grand design, which is a fast growing towell and winnebago really didn't have much going on prior to that in the total space. So as that part of the industry has been growing winnebago is now. And. Active participant in, in that growth and actually capturing market share in large part from Thor. So you've got sore, which is the largest RV maker, just made a major acquisition in Europe, which closed last quarter, and then you've got forest river, which is owned by Berkshire Hathaway those two are, are far larger than when a Bego, which has now grown to about ten percent of the market. And then they're few scattered players that are not especially meaningful beyond that. But when Bago also has done, what a lot of in players in the industry are doing which is diversifying into the marine segment. They quired Chris craft, which is probably known to too many as designer beautiful wooden boats that are sort of timeless and elegant, and that's a good thing to do is to have some diversification, because the RV industry are. Into a lot of trouble last year when dealers overstocked early in two thousand eighteen and a year later, they're still working down the overstocking. And so when obey goes numbers on their face are not great. But they are pointing to some brighter days ahead as everybody in the RV space has been doing for a while. The acquisition that Thorne made that you mentioned in Europe. Is is that a diversification play or do they or is there, some RV maker in your like I? In large part because of where I live, when I think of RV's I just think of, you know, RV's here in America. I don't necessarily think of Europe as necessarily big market, but I'm, I'm happy to be proven wrong on that. Well, they're, they're more in the smaller vehicles, and you see in the US there, you know, in many parts of Europe, smaller roads and not quite the car culture that we have, but they are a big camping culture. And so they're more sort of camper sized things. And yeah, there's a decent decent part of, of the market that you can capture there. It is diversification thing for Thor. And it's a good time to diversify given the, you know issues with the inventory for arby's here, but getting back to winnebago, they're pointing to, again, good growth in the TOA bowls from the grand design, and motorhomes. Itself lagged I think there were off sales or about thirty some percent year year which couple years ago that would have been disastrous for winnebago when they had not yet acquired a tow -able in an a marine unit. It's not. I mean for as well known as the winnebago brand is, this is not a big company. I think it's like one in a quarter billion in market cap, so but it's nice to see that. They're both diversifying their revenue stream and because of that starting to improve their financial picture. Yeah. They are unlike sore treating sort of reasonably close to their fifty two week high. I think not you know not not right at the fifty two week high, but they're not not a long ways off Thorpe still basically cut in half from from where it was about eighteen months ago. Quick shadow to sprout social for sporting today's show. What makes people love the brands you love connection.

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Alibaba And Us discussed on America Tonight with Kate Delaney

America Tonight with Kate Delaney

00:12 sec | 1 year ago

Alibaba And Us discussed on America Tonight with Kate Delaney

"Michaels. Chinese ecommerce giant Alibaba remains on the us government's annual list of notorious markets peddle counterfeit products. The office of us trade says only as online marketplace Togo

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Ethiopian Airlines crash kills 157 shortly after takeoff

Business Beware

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Ethiopian Airlines crash kills 157 shortly after takeoff

"House of peoples representatives has declared Monday national day of mourning for all one hundred fifty seven victims of an Ethiopian Airlines plane that crashed shortly after takeoff from Addis Ababa airport. The BBC's Matamoros throws they were headed for Nairobi. There is this United Nations Environment conference opening narrow bits immoral and later this week the one ton of summit will be attended by among others. French president Emmanuel Macron, so there's a lot of people coming into the city of this point. And that explains why this Kate of this tragedy, so international which I think about people from places like eighteen in Canada, that's two Kenyans ninth Europeans people from Togo as low and Sweden and France. And Italy, there's two apparent causes of the crash people are raising questions about the safety of the seven thirty seven max eight the same model also crashed in Indonesia in October.

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"togo" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"togo" Discussed on KOMO

"Stop too much too much of that police tackled. Fellow Togo a short distance away for the man continued to stroke. The video shows fellow Togo with a handgun at one point foul Togo appeared to keep resisting an officer fired a single round killing fellow Togo at the scene. Surprise higher by Seattle mayor Jenny Durkan and she hired a new point person to manage traffic chaos in the city. Komo's Matt Markevic question. The mayor about this first of its kind higher mayor Jenny Durkan has hired retired Air Force Major General Michael warden to serve as Seattle's I ever director of citywide mobility operations coordination. The general will be providing that one point of contact in the city across all the parts to make sure that if we have mobility challenges that are not foreseen that were able to coordinate and scrambled to those immediately general would've mmediately coordinate. The city's twenty nine apartments in a response to keep the traffic throwing. What I'd actually heard people is we're going through a really hard period of time. We wanna make sure somebody's in charge of getting it right about Markevic, komonews flexability is the key to surviving the three week highway ninety nine mess and beyond. That's the message from commute Seattle where Madeleine says flex schedules are key. Because the roads and buses are jammed at peak times with transit users as well, not just drivers. So anybody who's looking to get a space on that bus or the train? They will have much more luck doing that. If they come in a little bit earlier or a little bit later rather than during that Simmons nine AM says businesses are also offering incentives to workers like transit cards to get them to play ball. If they don't have to be on the road at the height of the commute. And we're counting down the days until commuters across the region. Face those long highway closures in Washington state, the longest one in his state history. And komo's CARA Kostenevich has the story of a small business with a strategy to financially make it through the closure Helena's cleaners.

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US Treasury sanctions 2 Singapore firms for North Korea dealings

World News This Week

01:11 min | 2 years ago

US Treasury sanctions 2 Singapore firms for North Korea dealings

"Message of conservation on this lush island Togo. And on the Sunday. The of environmental changes because they directly offense on his coming up. Down to the floor. Hear about the hero wife. Who's now? Also, a hero mom when world news. This week continues. You see headlines across your screen all day, but you're busy. What do you need to know? What's actually shaping woulld? I'm Brad milkey from ABC news and every morning we start here. It was extraordinarily for us watching here in Singapore. ABC's new daily podcast a handful of stories just twenty minutes director Comey. Thanks for being with us. Newsmakers smart reporting taking you straight to the heart of the story starting here. Listen for free on apple podcasts or your favorite podcast app. This week. We heard the amazing story of Minnesota couple Ashley and Andrew go. At hearing your loved one struggle to breathe is scary for any spouse. But actually was thirty nine weeks pregnant Andrew survive your deal, thanks to Ashley's quick actions. ABC's? Michelle Franzen explains Ashley go at thought. Her husband Andrew snoring woke her up. But she soon realized he was gasping for air. She called nine one one immediately. But at thirty nine weeks pregnant, the dispatcher carefully talked Ashley through performing CPR the floor.

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Trump says he'll pull out of World Trade Organization if it doesn't 'shape up'

Bloomberg Surveillance

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Trump says he'll pull out of World Trade Organization if it doesn't 'shape up'

"Trump is ramping up it's, tough talk on trade in an exclusive. Oval Office interview the president threatened to pull out of the World Trade Organization if it does not start treating the US better. I would say the WTO was the single worst trade deal ever made and if they don't shape up I would withdraw from the WTO sources tell us the president, also wants, to move ahead with a plan to impose tariffs on two hundred, billion dollars in Giannis products as soon as the public comment period concludes next week members

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Jeff Gilbert, Louisiana and Dave Cohen discussed on WBBM Morning News

WBBM Morning News

01:18 min | 2 years ago

Jeff Gilbert, Louisiana and Dave Cohen discussed on WBBM Morning News

"A quiet mode to keep you from waking your neighbors with the court chronicles i'm jeff gilbert i tell evangelist from louisiana is still pushing for a private airplane new video duplantis reiterates that god does want him to have the new jet so we can preach around the world without having to make stops he said you don't need to raise money for this however he says the money is coming in for the fifty four million dollar aircraft a lot of people have called me and said i want to get involved in that new plan you believe in for minister also says all the attention he's getting globally is a good thing fox news of good morning america good luck cnn all these different things by roared and he adds i will not defend myself because i didn't do nothing wrong dave cohen for cbs news new orleans real estate agency in new jersey has on expected global reach assigned from diane certain realtors and point pleasant washed up on a beach west of bordeaux france five and a half years after it was swept away in hurricane sandy marketing director is traced it to a four bedroom home about a mile from the beach deborah rodriguez cbs news is your togo's all station news radio seven hundred and one zero by point nine fm and wbz newsradio dot com wbz news.

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"togo" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"togo" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Togo jets workers sorenson making with tremendous pitcher out to fair be protection from vienna with shops at bear who's across the line goes in front of the net this combination is getting it done eric fehr we'll bring up and weaving his way in traffic waited for the partial screen the up at random oh well the fans were really excited they were dead quiet denver's in albuquerque on the san jose sharks radio network not four not five not six not seven but eight goals for the sharks at home in scored by eight different guys actually and they've taken a three oh lead against the anaheim ducks the series not over though because in their history the sharks do have a three oh collapse in the first round series that might cause me to boo if i was in person so that's one of the theories of three also the golden knights they've they've got a three elite as well and so most of the other series are competitive and you could see them potentially going the distance but these i think especially the sharks because they won the first two games on the road that's a bit of a surprise to me otherwise you've got a bunch of theories that are to one or in the case of washington and columbus that's two oh heading back to columbus it's after hours with amy lawrence on cbs sports.

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"togo" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"togo" Discussed on WDRC

"The show he ah i my name is bride ali has in the first ball felt like thank you for your service you guys agree thanks um i just wanted to togo on the topic of the um the recent scenario of the gun shooting and all more or less the topic of gun control uh huh now a thought on since i make a quick i just want to sort of by saying most of these kids which they want justice which is understandable so they're very upset which is understandable their parents sort of our backing them up which i can't blame but owned the fact that they're upset they're treading on you know out of the heat of the moment there more or less just talking about you know um they're they're how they're going to get their chalked his which i think is wrong uh more security than actual gun control legislation and new statues made i don't think that'll affect the um the situation so it's more or less security i would say most of the schools don't have the proper security i even did some statistics um there wasn't even 18 uh school shootings i didn't know if you mentioned it or i not have been yeah we got we cover that um yes right so there wasn't actually 18 now it's more or less the there um the security like i said yeah what can they do is did you look out the um any of wake resolving issues of like i see one on the internet gone mad they need for the doors right and it we've talked about.

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"togo" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance

Radical Personal Finance

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"togo" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance

"But you're gonna be living in togo now i've never been to togo um maybe someday i'll have the chance to go and if you're in togo i'm so glad you're listening but this particular apartment i doubt that many of you would want to live and even though is twenty dollars a month so we don't choose where we live vase just on on finances we choose where we live on other reasons and then we do of financial calculation in every place has advantages and disadvantages i wanted to a separate show on on a recognizing the resources of where you live but it's important not to think that the grass as greener them in another place it's important to start by recognising that every where you live you have certain advantages in certain disadvantages you live in the middle of kansas on a giant farm you have certain resources that are there that you don't have and other places if you live in downtown manhattan in a little bedroom one a oneroom apartment you have certain resources that you don't have when you're in kansas so my reasons in our reasons for living in palm beach county of never been uh financial in analysis uh quite simply for all of my adel life i have been here in faith have had the faith that this is where uh god wanted us to be i've lost that faith but i also don't have faced a move anywhere and so in the interim um we've decided to go and to travel in that has seemed to be the best course of action those are the primary reasons for travelling let me go to the business reasons which is hopefully where we can connect with you one of the major costs that i have learned is a major cost for me a taking the path and entrepreneurship that i have taken has been the social isolation and this is reflected in a couple of ways uh number one it's reflected in my actual ability to interact with listeners uh i appreciate the interaction that i get but it's very different for me to be able to sit and talk with you face to face and to see you in two.

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"togo" Discussed on Doughboys

Doughboys

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"togo" Discussed on Doughboys

"I editor at a choking incident at at a togo's so here in the bathroom well it what are you did all k hold on easo all right so i was that i was ed he's make an auto felicia joke you suggested i was i was in the men's room in a togo's myself no that's what was causing might give hewlett array are what abbott i'm sorry i here's one avenue either here's what happened i was eating up a straw me sandwich what is a good girl amihai neiderman take that be a boss i was eating was rami sandwich and i got a big piece of pastrami stuck in my throat and i started choke on my dad gave me the heimlich i remember twenty i was like eight and remember me i was eight years old that's a young age to be down in some pastrami and i think that the bit of an old man me it was too young results is nineteen 56 no you want to try this is calpis stromming cared how by like you just been in vendee pastrami just was created insulted cured aids predate the 1950s i was i know a dna and my dad had to give me the heimlich an flew out it like i was i was like choking to the point where i had my now as you as ghana's see this physicality and likely his like i couldn't breathe my dad lakewood djelic jumped up from the table go beyond me like grabbed a be around the chair like ab the heimlich i remember like hurting because it was like jamming me against the back of the chair and they sped up with straw me and then a ruined the meal of the two men who are sitting next to us something i did their meal get concept their meal didn't get competitions like looked over like disgusted because they just seen this little you know this little toy vomit out a little p hunk of ham and outta very respectable old man me yeah i guess over like you haven't even urged and this this is your gray.

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"togo" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

03:46 min | 3 years ago

"togo" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

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"togo" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"togo" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Hillary pierpaolo chelsea your role into money now lease this one is and what are we going to do if pyongyang faris a missile at the united states how are we going to shoot it down where are we going to shoot it down because the most likely place we'd have to shoot it down is over russia hoops talk about that in a matter of minutes right now it is seven fifteen katie green little under the weather today we are so happy to have kim mcallister joining us right now she's got traffic in case of traffic is brought to you by togo's brad togo's yum it's a injury accident today north 101 cesar chavez four cars involved in this accident and they were all meal moved to the side of the roadway the traffic is really heavy now north 101 through san francisco as he passed these are shahbaz on the dumbarton bridge a big sweeper truck early got stock in the right lane of traffic that is highway eighty four of the dumbarton bridge right near the toll plaza also an accident reported in the south by north 101 your alum rock a couple cars involved they're both in the median looks like at least one of the might need a tow truck so might take a while to clear that and also in now now north twenty nine at highway to twenty one it's an accident both vehicles moved to the side of the roadway there as well and if you're on the east freeway not as bad as it has been this week as i have well caller friday allied even though traffic has still stop and go from about elsa bronte all the way down to emeryville check this out this is a big delicious deal from togo sandwiches get their fresh albacore tuna and a drink just six fifty it's today only that's right a regular size tuna added drink only 650 hurry into a participating togo's today big fresh.

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"togo" Discussed on All About Android

All About Android

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"togo" Discussed on All About Android

"Yepyeah the myo which is it is another like that's another concept that ii would be really i would be really curious if this just happens to quietly like take off in some little film community where we have all of you know a couple of these dozen people who are using this phone and it's launch healer and it looks into the camera the used to make work right i mean it's because i urge at handsomely at that at that price point you don't need mass adoption right of your cell phone at 60 under dollars of bobyou know you you you can sell less of them and have it be success maybe pointed as cameras that it just earn not the cameras gives me a smartphone is that just integrates into the camera maybe that's why there's not a lot of talk about what's actually what lenses on the phone because that doesn't really matter as much as the montelerapti and the connects into the red ecosystem yeahand and what i want might give what might give a little inside is the second article that we have associated with this which is over circuitbreaker on the verge they broke down the patent application for the hydrogen 1 and you can see you know lots and lots of applications of how a phone plugs into a filmmaking environment right and you know and and so it's really kind of interesting to see that that's the kind of thinking him if you if you scroll left and right over that graphic provided it does a wipe say like so you see here you've taken you've got three phones with togo or a phone with you know modular elements that all collapse into a lens and make a camera like that's really interesting why this see so this is this is the phone attached to the camera module and a battery module.

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