29 Burst results for "Twenty Four Feet"

Pruning to Reduce Size, Pine needles and Milkweed

Plantrama

04:47 min | 3 weeks ago

Pruning to Reduce Size, Pine needles and Milkweed

"People want to know, can I make this shrub or tree smaller, or maybe they've purchased a new home and they say this is too big, or this is out of control right or maybe they're supposed to be cutting these things down. I grew up in a family. My mother was a very good gardener actually, but my dad was in charge of the shrubbery, and he was one of those people who would just go out with the electric hedged Trimaran. Cut everything down to the height. He wanted it to be and when I became a professional gardener and told him this really was not the best thing for his trees and shrubs. He would pretend to let me do it my way I would go out there. I would prune the SHRUB correctly and the next time I came home. He had gone out with that hedge stripper again. He just could not give it up. Your parents have ties to the old country right? Yeah, he did anyway. My in laws were Italian. They came to this country after world. War Two and my father-in-law used to do the same thing and when I went to Italy, I realize Twi because a lot of the pruning that is done in these countries. They do that repeatedly. Even trees get either politics or or really cut back. Back hard all the time and the reason is there. Isn't that much space in most of their yards and gardens, and that was sort of an old way of dealing with plan. Let's let's take a second and explain what the Word Pollard means. When it comes to PR- tree-pruning because it's not something that's done here anymore. People might not know what it is, but if you ever look in one of those big coffee table books that show pictures of you know La's in Paris of trees in the wintertime. When you can really see the branch structure, you may find an example of polishing and what that is is when. Trees and shrubs primarily trees are pruned by just kind of a a topping cut, and so all the growth is cut back to a certain place, and they do this over and over every year, and what ends up looking like for the structure of the tree to me is always like a bunch of knuckles at the end of your hand like if you cut off your fingers, which would be a horrible thing to do at the first knuckle, and the the new growth comes out of that every year, but to correctly and healthily Pollard a tree. You need to keep up with that very specific type of pruning every season, and if you don't do that then. Where the new growth comes out of gets weak, and it can lead to breakage, so it's not something that people do here a lot, but it's interesting I. Never Thought about the reason for that being a popular technique in Europe being the space limitations properties were not as expansive right. I think that that's one reason that this practice came about however to get back to the question. Should I be cutting this back unless you're doing it every year, it's probably not a good idea just to hack a plant back. Would say not. Well, first of all it makes it. Look Right, so it doesn't. It doesn't have as attractive appearance. Second of all the plant is going to desperately try and replace what it's lost, and for trump's and trees, this leads to a whole bunch of straight up growth. The plant wants its leaves back. It wanted food factories back right and that's this is not a good time of year to be doing that anyway. This is the time of year when your tree should be storing energy. Maybe flowering, it's a flowering tree I think and I recommend, this is always my recommendation, although sometimes I do not follow my own advice. You! And if you are fortunate enough to be planting your own garden, just think about the mature size of your tree or your shrub before you buy it and I know that's hard to do. You've got this big empty space. You want it to look beautiful and full and green and lush right from the start, but you will regret it I promise you because that little blue spruce, that is so cute and four feet tall right now is going to be twenty four feet tall before you know it and. And if you don't site that properly the right distance from your house, not blocking a window. You'RE GONNA. Be Very sorry. You cannot win this battle against against Mother Nature. That tree or Shrub wants to be what it's going to

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Fresh update on "twenty four feet" discussed on Jocko Podcast

Jocko Podcast

00:58 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "twenty four feet" discussed on Jocko Podcast

"I can deduce the hidden. From the past I, can discern the future. How can your Lordship say? This topic does not accord with your thoughts. He's coming out off. Tap wrote rope in the overnight. This in the opening from the visible packs use the hidden from the past. I can discern the future. How can you not want to know what what I've got? Interestingly, you know echelon front. Sometimes we'll get a client as well. You know you're talking about a military stuff. This is what I'm going to tell them from now on. I'M GONNA. Say Wait a second from visible facts can deduce the hidden. So then he continues. This is some of these lines are brilliantly, so then he says us throughout the four seasons you have gathered. The skins of wild animals covered them with with lacquer, painted them with colors, and embellished them with glistening infringes of rhinoceroses and elephants. Wearing them, so he's talking about making these garments. These really fancy garments. Then, he says this wearing them. In winter does not keep one warm. Wearing them in summer does not make one cool. So you've done all this. You make all these fancy things. They have no real purpose, and he's kind of setting this up to say. Moreover, the Lord has ordered the making of twenty four feet and twelve feet long. How birds which is like a you ever seen those spears that have is that having a just a point to have like an axe? Axe looking thing on it. Yeah, so that that's what that is, so he's made he's. He's ordered to make twenty four foot ones in twelve foot once and had leathers to cover the chariots. These are not grand beautiful. All these chariots are not mobile enough for hunting meeting. They're not beautiful, so not made for show. They're not mobile enough for hunting. So they're, they're. They're made for one thing. He says I have no idea what you have what you should have for them if they are to be used for war, but your Lord does not seek capable people who are adept in using them. Such a situation is similar to a nesting hen, fighting against a Fox or a bitch fighting a tiger. Yes. This guy's built up some cool looking things, but he's got. He's a paper, tiger. Got Nobody that knows how to operate these things, although they have great fighting spirit. They will still die..

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Against All Odds: Lone Survivor

Your Brain on Facts

06:56 min | 2 months ago

Against All Odds: Lone Survivor

"We're all going through some degree of hardship right now but most of us have family or friends in person via technology to help us through in that respect alone. We're doing a lot better than the subjects of today's episode. Take for instance Ricky McGee in two thousand and six when he stumbled in front of a pickup truck of two Australian Ranch Workers Jack Larussa the local parlance. He's deeply sun-scorched. Skin hung off skeleton. They weren't even sure they were looking at a man and not some demon of the northern outback. Things had been considerably better for McGee. Ten weeks earlier the thirty five year old was hale and hearty and had just landed a new job driving along a baron. North Australia highway. He spotted a group of stranded travelers in their vehicle on the side of the road knowing it could be a long time before anyone else came by. He let some of the men get into his car to drop them at the next town. That was the last thing he could clearly remember. He came to in the middle of the desert stripped naked and barefoot under the harsh Sun which bonus fact bombards Australia with more UV rays and other continents because of the whole meal zone layer. Mcgee had nothing not even a notion of which way to go waiting for help to find him seemed fruitless so he began to walk each morning. He told himself today was the day today. He would see a house or town. At least erode he could follow each day ended the same as the day before there was one ameliorating factor in his situation. The rainy season had just ended and there was water to be found. He found a decent size waterhole and began to try to make shelter one week had ticked by before food in the form of a lizard crossed. Mcgee's path he was able to catch and kill it with his bare hands. Laying the meat out in the sun to dry McGee's diet was made up of anything that walked crawled or slithered past him lizards snakes grasshoppers bugs and even leeches after his ordeal. Mcgee said that the Leeches weren't bad but you had to eat them quickly otherwise they'd attached to the inside of your mouth. He also eight any plant that passed a taste test which is not strictly speaking the best way to find non poisonous plants but he got lucky. His Diet was diverse. But not plentiful calories were thin on the ground no pun intended dingoes have begun prowling around trying to decide if he was meet yet starving weakening and beginning to despair mcghie fashioned across for the top of his shelter. It seemed likely that the shelter would become his casket but he managed to stay alive when he'd been carjacked. Mcgee weighed two hundred thirty three pounds or about one hundred and five kilograms when the jackaroo found him he only weighed a hundred pounds or forty five kilograms but he was alive. He managed to keep himself going alone in the desert for seventy one days in what his rescuers described as one of the most isolated places in Australia. Mcgee was flown to the Royal Darwin Hospital where medical staff described as a but well hydrated a credit to his decision to stay at the waterhole police and the media were initially suspicious of McGee's story assuming that his previous minor drug offence must have meant he'd been up to dirty deals with dirty dealers and that's how he ended up stranded. His stolen car never turned up. Which would have helped his story. Mcgee even offered to eat a frog on live. Tv BUT THANKFULLY BUSH. Survival experts weighed in that his story was plausible. So no more frogs for Ricky. Mcgee water kept Ricky McGee alive but it was nearly the death of Jose Alvarenga a man who would probably rather not hold the record for the longest time spent adrift at Sea alone in November. Twenty Fifteen Alvarenga. And please forgive me. If at some point ISLIP and say Alvarez it's almost guaranteed to happen was getting his gear together for a thirty hour deep sea fishing trip off the coast of Costa Zule Mexico. His quarry were sharks. Marlins and sailfish expensive fish. That would hopefully give him an edge over his competition. The trip didn't get off to a promising. Start WHEN ALVAREZ. Usual partner backed out at the last minute and he took on a less experienced. Fishermen named Ezekiel Cordova that he'd never even spoken to before that day but he figured it was a short trip so everything would be OK on. November seventeenth the pair. Sit Out on a twenty four foot fiberglass. Gif small was boats go with fishing gear a radio an enormous cooler. That would soon be almost overloaded with fish just a few hours into their journey though a storm world and it stayed for five days. They had to dump their catch to lighten the boat. So it'd be more maneuverable. Alvarenga tried to steer the boat back to shore but he couldn't see where the shore was in the pounding rain and the little ship didn't have. Gps when the storm finally cleared the men found that the motor was gone as was most of the fishing here and the electronics were all badly damaged unlike the passengers of the SS minnow. Who took all of their belongings on a three hour cruise Alvarenga and Cordova had only a day's worth of food and water. There was enough charge in the backup battery of the two way radio for Ranga to get a mayday message out. But he couldn't tell us potential rescuers where he was because he simply didn't know what part of the seemingly endless Pacific Ocean they were in the search teams had tried to look for them but the rain had made it impossible. There was no way to know how long they would be out there. So the men turned to the sea for survival. Alvarenga was able to catch fish turtles and seabirds with his bare hands. Though Cordova was basically useless. In those efforts the turtles were lucky. Catch their meat is actually rich in vitamin C. Which prevented the men from developing scurvy? They collected rainwater when there was rain to collect but otherwise had to hydrate themselves with a mixture of turtle blood and urine there. You're in the sun rose and set dozens of times but the flat horizon of the ocean remained. Unbroken

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"twenty four feet" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

03:07 min | 3 months ago

"twenty four feet" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"One thousand six hundred fifty nine feet long and as much as one hundred twenty four feet beneath the surface a lot of back breaking labor that went into the building of the C. P. and the U. PM all the dangers inherent in the work this was the worst the drills lost their edges to the grand that had to be replaced frequently one Chinese worker will hold that drill and then there were two men behind them were sledgehammers all and the other guy all along and that went on for eight hours there was room for only one game at a time three men do again the drills Ossur adds to the ground and had to be replaced frequently the C. P. soon learned orders drills and one hundred time lots the man holding the drill ahead of the steadier get hit by the sledgehammer the man swinging the hammer head to have muscles like steel when all is the last big enough for the black powder to be packed in the crude fell it sent a fuse yell as loud as I could while running out of the range of the blast and they will help sometimes if use worked sometimes it didn't five in the workers had put into much popular and most of it blew toward them harmlessly as far as the grant was concerned what a great danger to the Chinese Clements assistant Henry road explained that more power was used by the rock form and then was economical for the simple reason that the workers were told the time not money was of the essence have some internal along three hundred kegs of blasting powder a day went up that's more than what I've been a day in the civil war progress was incredibly slow with men working round the clock this is twenty four hours a day eight hours eight hours and eight hours between six and twelve and kids was a normal twenty four hour day and how much they gained Charlie Crocker in charge gave orders to establish permanent work camps on each side of the summit to facilitate the round the clock drilling blasting scraping shoveling and hauling whether Chinese I figured there was no night or day with an internal the men worked in groups of twenty or so because only a handful could work at any one time they ate healthy well cooked and tasty food unlike the white workers on the union Pacific the central Pacific provided as did the union Pacific emeritus with boiled beef and potatoes and that's all they want and some salt that the Chinese demanded and got an astonishing variety.

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Every Moon, Ranked

Short Wave

07:55 min | 3 months ago

Every Moon, Ranked

"Too small notes before we hit you with some hot moon takes one. Obviously we're not talking about all one hundred fifty eight moons. We picked a handful from the top ten and then we'll do a lightning round on some others. All of these bodies meet the technical definition of Moon meaning they orbit an asteroid or planet not the Sun Second Note. Jennifer's list also includes a few of what NASA calls provisional moons. These are bodies that are kind of let's say unofficial maybe haven't been studied that well or confirmed yet. Yeah and so I wanna add that the scientists that I spoke to. They said that they're probably way more. Moons out there that we haven't even discovered yet well so cool okay all right so number ten on your list. Diddy moon yet. That how I say where is did he moon So did he moon. It's not circling a planet. It is actually circling an asteroid wall. It is very tiny. It's about five hundred twenty four feet in diameter and it's orbiting The Asteroid Diddy Moss in. It's it's kind of part of a very cool future NASA mission right. Yes so did he. Moon is part of a really important mission. The item mission and the item mission is like this. 'cause MIK dress rehearsal. Basically NASA wants to send a spacecraft to slam into Diddy Moon. And knock it off course now. I know you're thinking it sounds pretty familiar. And yes. It is essentially the plot of Armageddon Shiny. But it's a really really important mission in. It's going to help us. Test one of the ways that we think we might be able to potentially deflect a hazardous object that might be hurdling towards earth. So cool okay. Number six called by one expert you talk to the most underrated moon. In the solar system orbiting Jupiter Ganymede. Ganymede Ganymede is such a fascinating world. Ganymede is the largest moon in our solar system. It's actually larger than mercury. Ganymede is also the only moon that we've known to have a magnetosphere cool earth has a magnetosphere and it's essentially this covering this kind of magnetic shell that we have of charged particles and what it does is it actually protects us from harmful radiation. So there's tons of radiation that's generated by the sun and from interstellar space and that magnetosphere protects us. It's potentially allowed life to form. Can I tell you that I am horrified to report that I thought Ganymede was a made up? Moon Sci fi show the expanse oh yes farm on Ganymede and I'm like Oh that's a fun made up plays. I love that shout to the expanse. It's a great show. Yeah Gimme that is just so fascinating. So number four on your list orbiting Neptune Triton. Yes the training is an absolute misfit. First of all I will say it looks just like a cantaloupe. If you look at the picture was ranked keep going. I mean that is of course the important feature but really what's cool about Triton is that it's essentially this kind of Pluto sized objects that we believe has been captured by Neptune and now orbits the planet And temperatures on Triton. And we we know this. Thanks to the. Voyager two spacecraft but temperatures on Triton have dipped as low as minus three hundred ninety one degrees Fahrenheit super cold. Nope no thanks. No but it's partially because it's got like this ice covered surface right. And that reflects a ton of the light that it receives is that it's fine. Yeah absolutely. That's that's another really weird thing about Tritan. It has what's called an incredibly high Albedo. So that's basically a measurement of how much light a body reflects and Triton's is actually really high. It reflects about seventy percent of the sunlight. It receives. I'm like in Triton. I'm going to be honest with you. Got a good at it. But I'm like Triton right now all right okay time for the top three Jennifer. Are you prepared? I think so. Bronze-medal orbiting Saturn Moon that contains the big four ingredients for life. Hydrogen Carbon Nitrogen and oxygen enceladus. Yes so enceladus is an absolutely fascinating moon so the Cassini mission when it arrived to observe Saturn's moons it noticed that there were spewing out of enceladus so they actually took a detour and had Cassini swing through those jets to collect samples of that Liquid into turned out to be liquid water right. I remember when that happened. That was wild. That was like a big deal. Yes absolutely and so it really spurred a lot of interest in enceladus of course we love Europa but enceladus really this kind of new and exciting moon and as you mentioned it has the big four ingredients for life. That's really just an incredible sign that this might be one of the places where we find life okay number two on the list orbiting Jupiter. Lot of okay knows and some lightning I. Oh yes so. I will admit that I have some volcanic bias. I really love volcanoes. Thank you for disclosing that conflict of Interest Jennifer. I have to be. I have to be honest. I'm anyone who knows me knows that. I absolutely love volcanoes so naturally I o which is the most volcanically active body in our solar system would have to take second. There are over four hundred volcanoes on the surface of I O and they spew jets of lava hundreds of miles into space. It's really incredible. Okay so this is. The wildest thing about Iot to me is that I. A- can generate like an electric current yes so of all of the gala land moons of Jupiter is actually the closest to Jupiter and so it sweeps through its magnetic field and that causes it to create this electric current and can generate as much as three million amperes and actually this jolt of electricity is then shot back to Jupiter and it creates lightning in the planet's upper atmosphere. I mean that's cooler than the volcanoes. Some some people would say that. Yes okay your number one moon Jennifer orbiting Saturn a moon. I could walk on with potentially nothing. More than an Oxygen Mask Titan. Yeah so titan actually is the only other place that we've observed so far that has a thick substantial atmosphere so our atmosphere of course is critical for life here. On Earth and tighten it has a similar has a sort of similar atmosphere. It's also mostly composed of nitrogen but the second most common gas. Indie atmosphere is actually methane. So right so instead of like us. Having oxygen the next most abundant compound in that moons atmosphere. In Titan's atmosphere is methane. Yeah absolutely and you think about Earth. We have a water on earth we have all three phases of water on our southern liquid and gas and ice but on Titan you have liquid methane on the surface which is really really incredible. It's the only other body in the solar system that we've observed to have liquid on its surface and these are rivers and lakes and seas of methane.

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Los Angeles: Tiger Woods Fades At Genesis Invitational As Top Of Leaderboard Gets Crowded

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:09 min | 5 months ago

Los Angeles: Tiger Woods Fades At Genesis Invitational As Top Of Leaderboard Gets Crowded

"So You you said you were chasing tiger woods around today. How did he do? Not as good as he did on Thursday You know there's a lot of hope for tiger woods around this tournament because he's the host of it and he's chasing snead and eighty three wins. Two breaks needs record. He's never won here. The best he's ever done twice was second in a tie for second but that was a long time ago but there was a lot of hope for tiger going in and of course on the first hole on Thursday he makes an Eagle Putt to start his day to get the two under. And how far is that Eagle? Putt twenty four feet eight inches. You know and him and Kobe were friends. So there was a lot of Karma there with that. Start but to be honest with you. Tiger looks tired on his second nine. Both days I mean. He looked really good on his first night. Shot four under on Thursday but then on Friday you can see. He had no legs left in his swing and a lot of that has to do with everything that comes with being the host of a tournament. We saw tiger doing things I had never seen him do before six interviews with local. Tv stations which he matvere does it a regular event but when you're the host of event it's kind of what you gotta do.

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Mark Downing Discuss Being a Maker

It's Wood - A show about all things woodworking

10:18 min | 8 months ago

Mark Downing Discuss Being a Maker

"Today. I'm going to introduce you. Mark Downing vadly with over forty years. Experience his Bene- Creator in so many disciplines woodworking metalworking design general contracting to just name a few. We will discuss what it's like to be a maker and how it affected his journey through life mark. Thank you for meeting with me and welcome to. Its would thank thank you. It's nice to be here very nice now. We just had a two or three or shop around your house. I'm going to have some photos on the website. So check those out out that this man's eye for design is stunning. Wanted you guys to look at those pictures somewhere. What turned what was the first time you've got turned onto woodworking? Oh Gee I've been making things out of wood. I can remember back to six years years old in the basement. Working at you know my dad would be working on something and I would be driving nails into a block of wood So it it goes back a long long way of throughout my childhood I built tree houses ever more fanciful and crazy and And then in in high school in my freshman year in high school I built a sailboat. that I then sailed for a couple of years and and Like that quite a lot and so I built other sailboat. I and then I in a and I enjoy sailing a lot and so from there I went off to college and had a regular liberal arts education but during that time Ah I hooked up with a sculpture teacher who In his basement was building a beady for airplane and Shy I got to work on Beatty Beatty for airplane which is all aluminum fabrication rivets and things like that and So I've just been making things all along I started out as a teacher that wanted to be a teacher I graduated with a degree in education and I went to northern Italy and studied for a year. They're in Montessori Education. It became certified as an elementary level Montessori teacher I then taught after that for are five years and decided that I really didn't enjoy that it was. I felt I felt like I was burning out really quickly on it and TAME Came back brought my my wife and my baby child to my parents house and Camp Out on the Sofa for a month or two and Tried to figure out what I wanted to be when I grew up on my mother finally got sick and tired of of that and She said Hey. Hey you know I know this. Nice young man. And he's remodeling a house and he needs some help and you know how to build things So you ought to go down there and and Dan she. If you'll hire you to do something and I went down and he hired me stuff. Insulation Attic of a two hundred and fifty year old house in Annapolis Helpless Maryland. It was a beautiful house. It was all timber frame. Basic core. Construction dovetails mortices and tendons everywhere everywhere. And it was just thrilling and stuffing insulation in. The attic was terrible and I did that for about two days. and Ah Jake Then decided that he wanted to hire me as a helper carpenter's helper. So I did that for a little while and decided if I they wanted to be a carpenter that I wanted to woodworking professionally and then I decided that I could do that anywhere And I ought to choose. Is the place that I want to do that. And so I chose Portland Oregon. My brother WHO's already here going to college and again I brought my my wife and daughter water out and we slept on his floor For a while until I got my feet under me and I did Various kinds of carpentry three and then finally settled into Cabinet making I I I was hired as a journeyman cabinet maker for the Charles Grant Company company here in Portland. Charles Grant Company doesn't exist any longer odd but it was the the largest most prestigious cabinet shop on the West Coast coast. It did a lot of very high in commercial work When I first started working there We were doing four floors of law offices in boob Inca all wall paneling all the doors when the elevator doors opened in your stepped into the hall. You were walking through sequence matched veneers Going around outdoors over bookcases. Everything is beautiful. Yeah for four floors And I was one of thirteen cabinet makers working there and the other there are only two of us spoke English as a native language. The other eleven had all served their apprenticeship in Europe up in the old traditional way where the parents pay the cabinet maker to take their kids away and teach them something useful and and and they they apprenticeship quite long. It's about four years or so and so they all had these beautiful handmade tool chest with full of beautiful handmade tools. And there. I was And I just felt like from the day I walked in the door to the day that I got laid off because they you know they are temporary slowdown On that my features weren't touching the floor. I was just running so fast. Just trying to just trying to keep my head above that water and So so that was really a special experience for me After that with that on my resume on I was able to which are able to get jobs in a couple of very nice con situations and I did I ran My own cabinet shop. I had twelve cabinet makers working for me and And I sold that and then I went to work for a a prestigious you just General Contracting Company as project manager and we did very high end homes there and so I've been I've been and seeking out very wealthy people and trying to get them to build. Allow me to build them something For some time and And that brings me to present so just so the audience knows. Can you tell me about Atlay. What what is the scope of Your Business Right Let's see basically I think of myself as wearing three different hats that I think of myself as a designer I will spend on some projects aval spent months working on my computer in autocad working. I can't on designs of things Designing both woodwork and and hardware for that woodwork. And also I designed lately I've been designing carve stone and tower two in as part of the larger project. I like working working with multiple trades in Working with top craftsman in other in other crafts and That's certainly the situation. I'm in right now. The project working on right now. I think I forgot what your original question was. I was I was just trying to actually And so that's the designer and then as a specialty woodworker I have my woodworking working shop in my backyard and I billed special things for the projects that I design and I also build things for other people to for other architects and other designers and and so yes I do a lot of woodworking. My shop is is specific acidic in that. It's not as small as twenty four feet by twenty four feet and it's not all set up for handling a four byte sheet of plywood and if I need to deal with far by shoot apply what I cut it down to rough size out in the driveway and then bring it in and deal with it then All almost all the work that I do in that shop is with solid. Wood solid woodworking frame and panel construction on that sort of thing and so I do a lot of specialty woodworking and then I also a licensed general contractor in Oregon Oregon and so I- organize a variety of other trades to accomplish projects I take on landscaping contracts And then I'm involved in The landscaping structures and building designing and building them I take on a residential construction projects and they may be designed by someone else or design them and then I build special would work work for them and supervise all the other traits. Bring the other trades in also so yeah Designer woodworker and general contractor. Now I know this is like asking you to pick your favorite child but which of those three brings you the most joy. Oh I think design and woodworking brings brings me the most joy I I really enjoy the general contracting because at its best on what I'm I'm just working shoulder to shoulder with other really top people in their fields and the synergy of the creativity that happens is is just thrilling and the the the final product is is just so cool and well beyond what I could've done

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Brian Oakley, Florida And Carolinas discussed on Sean Hannity

Sean Hannity

00:47 sec | 11 months ago

Brian Oakley, Florida And Carolinas discussed on Sean Hannity

"The search continues for two firefighters who took a boat to go fishing and never came back day four of the massive search for two missing firefighters ramped up Tuesday to now go out as far as eighty miles off the Florida coast this comes after a critical clue was found Monday in the Atlantic east of Saint Augustine a tackle bag confirmed to belong to one of the men Justin Walker Brian Oakley left port Canaveral Friday morning for a fun day of fishing on board there twenty four foot single console boat they never returned and have been missing ever since the Coast Guard let operations been flying in boating ocean grid patterns around the clock covering more than five hundred thousand square miles from Florida to the Carolinas still not seen the firefighters nor the boat in Miami Phil Keating fox

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"twenty four feet" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"twenty four feet" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of land mass is covered by that's right and so you know that the that the amount of potential see rise and green ones I she is twenty four feet it's not gonna happen in the near future but I think than the the potential for melt as far far greater than what we're seeing now another listener right your guess is correct the longer we delay the more some sort of crash program becomes necessary that crash program will most likely include geo engineering with all its unintended consequences yeah I I again that's not the kind of decision I think we have to make but that I I hope we don't find yourself in that position but at the rate we're going I think it may be the case that we we had a a moment of crisis that's even more severe than run right now we have to act quickly not just in one way but in in a sort of a multitude of ways simultaneously well you're right about mass transit systems but also about things like huge wind farm terminals and I were huge win from development she's me and we're talking about a scale related bottles of mine then it's possible it's conceivable but it's an enormous scale I think so I or we're talking about transforming the entire world economy in way that that has never been done I don't even think the World War two mobilization comes anywhere close to the idea of what has to be done to change the world to avert the worst impacts that are coming our way so do not just in the scale of wind turbines or electric cars for instance but but in terms of also I think the innovations that have to be created to make things cheaper to make things better so that we actually can implement all of these technologies on a on a quick basis on a rapid basis when I get to political here but your thoughts about the green new deal I think the green you deal if if you read it and I I find a lot of people comment on the green you deal with I haven't read it had like a molar report with that exactly without actually reading it it's interesting you know there there are political aspects there are certainly employment aspects of it but if I could just speak to the technological aspects of it it's a very technology focus document and then it says we need to deploy and all the tools we have as soon as possible and I think that at least that part is right on as far as I see it coming up under great could I ask you to say something about the Beto effect maybe going to that when we come back I'm sure as it plays a central role to and all that we're talking about and you can play a central role here by expressing yourself in joining the program again we invite you to do that our toll free number eight six six seven three three six seven eight six to get in touch with us on Twitter and Facebook we're at KQED for more email any questions or comments you might have directly to form at KQED dot org again we're talking to John Gardner this book is the ice at the end of the world an epic journey into Greenland's very past and are perilous.

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"twenty four feet" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"twenty four feet" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"That one right down the line here over the three oh nine marker and apparently another hundred and twenty four feet after that and then the question and that was just what was it going to be fair or of growth or go foul and a shot right he went above the fowls screen that comes off hello there which makes it a little more difficult for the umpires I don't know why that screen doesn't go all the way to the top of their I guess the extension of the file folders it's actually the flag pole with a can put the the banner of after the wind maybe that's John I think that the Bryce Harper home runs last night will stick with every fan who was in attendance but I want to ask about his final at bat and the ninety eight mile an hour heat that Yandell Gustav eight through by him the NL has come in and had eight scoreless innings for the giants and I think that last night that ninety about our fast ball might open some eyes as to what she's been doing since he got called up from the triple a sack tracks triple A. Sacramento squad where he really wasn't having a good season well he has pitched eight innings as you say no runs only five hits allowed and it's been four appearances each two innings at a time please not just come in with a guy see three right handed hitters in a row and and that's what his night consists of war you know to righties and lefties he's going through one inning and then coming back for another so he's not facing just right handers he's facing the everybody they got in the line up in that stretch and and often six letters and sometimes seven radiators so it was impressive and the one thing he has not done is get strike out even though you know it's one ninety seven ninety eight ninety nine miles an hour but that that was a ninety eight mile an hour fastball it was not and it it showed me that he's got the the kind of stuff we can get a lot of strikeouts but he sees me more of a push to contact guy and so far it had not been a whole lot of hard John today we see Vince the last quiz the left fielder of the future for the Phillies and been matched up before with some margin but I'm anxious to see this guy a few of all the three someone out left handed the ball was ricocheted off of many through amount left handed from third base he's quite an athlete he they had that wild game that went extra innings and the pictures in the use of sticking him in the outfield the center fielder the young guy a Roman quickly the pitching two innings in that case he pitched a scoreless inning and they came back for another one and finally he gave up a run and I think it was while Quinn was on the mound Alaska's throughout again late trying to score and and why not he's got a great arm that was an annual you worry I would be worried about that if I were his manager that you maybe you you could injure his arm stuff like that because he's used the warming up and and then he then he pitches and the before each inning he warms up but did you stand in the outfield late at night and you know you make me make a few throws before the ending starts and then later on a blog it's history and also you have to in court your your best fastball and and through a long way and his arm is not actually used to that kind of thing although he didn't seem to have to face him at all so he was that that was kind of exciting to see that kind of thing is in the big league ballgame that's part.

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"twenty four feet" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"twenty four feet" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

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"twenty four feet" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"twenty four feet" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"And I was like to credit the writers. So this is yawn, Wesner child's or Jan child's a team of Noah researchers were conducting routine tests on a new underwater remotely operated vehicle in the Gulf of Mexico on may sixteenth, not only the new vehicle performance expected me to startling discovery. The ruins of a previously unknown nineteenth century ship. Ding, ding, ding, Dr Spencer, Dr Spencer paging. Dr Spence Spence lying in the sand some fourteen hundred feet below the surface, one hundred sixty miles off shore from Florida. Emily crumbs spokeswoman for Noah's office of ocean exploration and research told the Charlotte observer that finding the wreck was certainly a surprise, then they go on to talk about what actually the all that they have. To be working with the estimate that the, the wreck is one hundred twenty four feet long. It's a sailing vessel, maybe a schooner or Brig built in the mid nineteenth century, the ship is wooden with, with they said, copper, she think covering the bottom of its whole, but you're saying that you have you suspect it might not actually be copper. They started using copper in the late seventeen hundred and then, then I said, in the eighteen thirties, a man invented, I type of brand that just became known as yellow metal or months, metals enters saying was months. And I think that's what that have there is there a coupla are. Hans and stuff that made me believe that. Well, since then, the experts were able to estimate the ship's age based on a number of these construction features as you mentioned, including the form of the stern, and the bow. But then this is the part that really captured me is the only real, telltale part, the only thing that really jumps out at you. In terms of helping you determine its origin was the numbers twenty one zero nine are visible along the trailing edge of the shipwrecks utter twenty one zero nine what does that mean to you? Well, what I'm hoping it is, may actually be what amounts to the serial number of the show starting I forget, it an eighteen sixty nine or what year we started issuing. Official numbers at least publishing the record of the numbers of ships and every ship had to have a number from them on it. That.

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"twenty four feet" Discussed on The RV Podcast

The RV Podcast

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"twenty four feet" Discussed on The RV Podcast

"Our grandsons of one of the company's founders leisure travel vans have long had a reputation for unparalleled quality, and they build what are known as a class b plus RV, that's really a made up term technically, they are class sees. But instead of the traditional overhanging cab seen on a class c b plus vans are more streamlined. And don't look nearly as boxy they are very rooming on the inside. They they are about ten inches wider than a class b camper van, but they are about the same length twenty four feet nine inches and height. Right about ten feet tall as the class b spreader XL model that we had been using. So it's just a little wider about five inches on each side. Well, we we don't know how else to compare them except to tell you that they are just a very beautiful van listen in now as we talk with Ryan and Mike about their company and their quest to build the foolproof van. Well, I Ryan and might thank you guys for inviting us here, we really enjoyed the tour of Lisa travel vans. The weather could have been a little cooler up from last week for you, really. I could have been cooler meant that facetiously. I guess it was cool. I think the she dropped down to vote minus forty five celsius. She was cold. And by it's time, it's forty five celsius. That's about the same as it is in Fahrenheit. Now. Her down. No, we're happy to have you here. We have been big fans of leisure travel vents ever since we started this and we've run into guys and dean at the shows, and I know many of our listeners have done the same. So it's kind of fun to learn a little bit about this. This these units you make which have such a great reputation for quality and innovation. Give us a little quick history of leisure travel ban. This is a family owned business. Right. So. Dates back to one thousand nine hundred sixty five founded by our great grandfather and his two son in laws. So the founder great grandfather.

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Death toll in Brazil dam disaster nears 60, hundreds missing

John Hancock

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Death toll in Brazil dam disaster nears 60, hundreds missing

"The death. Toll from Brazilian mind. Dam collapses risen to sixty with two hundred ninety two people still missing in an ominous sign. Nobody was recovered alive. Yesterday. Slow pace of search efforts due to the treacherous of reddish Brown, mud. Twenty four feet. Deep in areas that surged out when the mind dam breached on Friday afternoon shares of big Brazilian mining company. Vale plummeting today as a

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"twenty four feet" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"twenty four feet" Discussed on Here & Now

"They rarely bark. I live in an apartment with four cats and engine a-, and we're about to adopt another greyhound from Macau. So I can tell you that if they weren't easy to take care of. I wouldn't be able to manage the my flock. I can tell you that. Okay. Thank you Christine door. Check from grey two k worldwide and Gina the greyhound who has joined us in studio Christine. Thank you. Thank you so much for letting me speak about the greyhounds and in south Florida and artist is asking people to turn their old campaign. Signs into yard art. But the art is also aimed at starting a conversation about sea level rise. It's part of a project called the underwater. Homeowners association the artists behind the effort is exactly our core. Totta exam. You're welcome. Thanks for having me on the show, and you are in Miami. So please describe if you could what these repurpose campaign signs, look like, well, so I took these signs, and I painted them in white the color of Antarctic glaciers, and I asked folks to go to this app. We have a local apple you can put your home address in. It'll tell you the elevations of your home in Miami are highest elevation is twenty four feet above sea level. So you just type your home address in and it'll tell you specifically how high your home is above sea level. So as folks to put that number on the sign to paint that with black and then draw squiggly blue line underneath that number to Mark. What happens when those Arctic? Glaciers melt the seas rise, and that's sea-level rise hits your doorstep at whatever that elevations is whatever that number is. And I did this. So that neighbors could look at the signs and have conversations with one another about how the policies that we are implementing through the people we elected on the opposite side of those signs the people we elect it. Now, those elections are over how they act or fail to act will have an impact on how fast that little blue line arises all the way to your doorstep in flood everything that you've ever cared about. I understand you've put one of these in your front yard, what kind of reaction have you gotten so far. It's actually my neighbors who inspired me to act this way. Whenever hurricanes come to Miami. As a community. Everyone comes together to problem solve knowing that the storm is four days away off the Atlantic. And I thought to myself, well, you know, there's a big. Or storm coming. It's coming in twenty thirty forty years little by little heading this way. And no one's acting always doing anything, and and the consequences are dire. Because unlike a hurricane the the water doesn't recede. You mentioned why you why you were inspired to do this. It's not just the hurricane. There is a bigger storm coming, but I want to know you're making a statement with art obviously trying to start a conversation. But what action do you hope to spur by starting this conversation by having these campaign signs that are repurpose as sea level markers in people's yards? So artists depict the past. So that we don't repeat history in this case, I'm the picking where we're headed. So we can change. Our course. Okay. In Florida, a state surrounded by water a peninsula. The environment can never be a partisan issue. The environment can never be something that is a Republic. Democratic issue all in this together. And what I want these political science to do be adjuster short civility adjusted sort civility where people begin to talk to one another and problem solve instead of. You know, take a stand just because their political party or someone else had told him about it. I'd rather people be free thinkers and be science literate and organize themselves around the facts of sea level rise in global climate change. So we as a community connect practically speaking are you asking folks to make signs on their own..

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"twenty four feet" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

10:16 min | 1 year ago

"twenty four feet" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Mass General cancer center, Piazza dosing baking company, Cubans menswear, see them waterfront hotel and suites, Kathy Esca drill and Rosaria restaurant. Everybody welcome in. It's a Sunday night. What we do on Sunday nights on WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty. It is. Well, we have food for thought Billy cost to here. Jenny Johnson is my partner on the show she well recently had a baby baby Vienna beautiful baby girl, and she may be back next weekend. That's fantastic. Yeah. So it's good. I got you in right under the gun. He me. So Andy, husbands has the smoke shops three restaurants now. And again, it's KENDALL square of the seaport district and right down the street at assembly row. And I know I asked you on the TV show on dining playbook why assembly row here in Somerville. Assembly, rose, awesome. People don't really haven't been there surprised how cool it is. It's it's one of those places that people live and work and legal and the busiest New England movie theater. It's just a really kind of fun. Good place partners health building we liked it. And what was really for us is we got a standalone building a rarity. Oh my God Boston. So it's really neat structure like something like twenty four foot ceilings, you know, we have our two hundred forty American whiskeys. It's just what was it to forty dollars? Cows every day, we counted. After after last time we were there. I'm like, I don't think we have more than two twenty underestimated yourself more than two hundred forty whiskeys and Brown Lakers are really popular and very dynamic. I mean, there's just all they're not the same. Everyone is really different. I mean, we can go low from Jack Daniels all the way up to the whistle pigs, which I absolutely adore. All right. We'll Gilson is in studios. Well from puritan company will you started in the business at fifteen? Where and how it's actually funny. I mean, I think that they'll be someone joining us from the north end at some point in here. But I was fifteen years old, and I started working at a restaurant called Marcucci ios in the north end with Chuck Draghi. Who's now at her Baluchi, and I would take the train in one day a week from after I got out of high school, and I would come into Boston. I'd work for Chuck. Can I just was a sponged? I just learned it all, and you know, that was Boston pre the expressway coming down pretty big. Yeah. And like, I just, you know, wandering into the city and finding my way through all this stuff and experiencing restaurant life for for. You know, what I think people used to write about Anthony bourdain wrote about, you know, his cutthroat crazy, not not the environment that I think the kids are that Andy and run now, which are definitely much more. It's a little country. I'm kidding. Well, that is Eddie where did you start? So I worked at the pillar house. I don't know if you know the pillar house one twenty eight or twenty route sixteen in Needham, Mr. Larson, I actually. I'm going to see him in a couple of weeks. I'm very excited. So it was a great experience. Shucking oysters Intermezzo scoop in the sorbet. I remember remember Cardinal Law used to come in a really big deal, and he had astroturf on the in the kitchen, which I thought was super cool. Wow. Boy, there's a sign of its time astroturf in the kitchen. Yeah. I'm always fascinated especially in this town. This has become such a restaurant capital in the country. It wasn't always that way. You know, they used to compare us to New York and Paris to Chicago, but Boston, and I think it's the result of a lot of guys like yourselves has just exploded over the years. What was your first restaurant of your own Andy, trim out six four seven which but in nineteen Ninety-six and on your point if you think about it in the mid eighties. You know, we had ten restaurants that were really good the the olives Jasper housley's, and then the way I like to think about is that all those. Restaurants had children. And so then we got the nine parks Mont six four seven a go on from there. And then they had children. So now, we have I would say eighty hundred restaurants that just depends. Where are you in Boston? I'll tell you a great restaurants. We have such a great eclectic restaurants seen in. I think one of the things that makes Boston kind of separate itself out from other cities in the country is most of us are friends with one another. Yeah. This isn't like a super competitive, you know, business from our side. I mean, it's a lot of like how do you do this? How does your business work? Like, I want to know because for us. It's kind of power in numbers. You know, sure, we might get to a point of saturation, which we're probably, you know, slowly rolling up on right now. But I mean, I think that's one of the things that he's really great. When you look at any of the charity events that were part of both you guys were at the share our strength one. You know, that's a bunch of people all working together to a common. Good. And I think that that's what we do. So well here, and it's not necessarily the ego. It's about helping. Yeah. Yeah. I'm glad you brought up the camaraderie among all of you guys in the Boston community while the New England. Community. Basically, you know, I am in a unique position where I'm asked to host a lot of fundraisers. You just mentioned share our strength, which was a great event, by the way. So I get to see all of you guys at work. And I see firsthand how it is legitimate that camaraderie guys, you don't feel like an angry competitiveness between each other. And you know, I always see Andy walking over to your booth or everybody kind of exchanging ideas and menu items what they're serving that night. So we are unique in that way. In fact, that brings me to my next topic. I was talking about you guys out in the hall, and I happened to notice in your restaurant by a will that you're tied in with a company called caviar which is I guess a version of Uber aids. And in the process of asking you about that. And he said, oh, yeah. I use caviar to talk about your relationship. And then Andy can talk about his with what do you call it mobile food delivery or something? I I think we we call it like delivery at based dining, you know. I mean, I think that that's probably the best way to kind of summarize it what we looked at was when it's awful and cold, and snowy and bitter like it is every winter here in Massachusetts getting people in the door can be a really tough thing is really hard. And so we started to look at some of these models that are happening in other cities where people are actually building kitchens that don't have addresses. Sure, you can't go to them. What they are is a kitchen full of cooks who are working on this stuff. And somebody looks at a menu online. It's by on an app shows up prince delivery driver comes and gets it brings it to your house. But I'm sure all the different companies were coming at you guys. And they probably go all of the restaurants. Andy, why did you go with caviar? We like their service model. I mean, what's important is. And similar to Uber. The way they do it is, you know, you place an order, and it doesn't just go to one driver or the restaurant has drivers sitting around. There's drivers going around that will pick up that order, and they come, and it's what happens really quick. And I really liked what caviar was offering us. I quest for will though. Is there anything you won't send out in caviar? Meaning that is an entire menu. Or will you not because it won't translate. Well, so when we started we created this own separate entity of ours called puritan trading company, and the high behind that was that it was things that we thought would transport. Well, if for some reason somebody didn't get to them in time, they would reheat. Well, the packaging was exactly what needed to be for that. And we could make it in fifteen minutes because the moment that somebody hit send on their phone on that order ticket Princeton in the kitchen and we've got fifteen minutes to put it in a bag and get it ready for somebody to go right now. That's simultaneously happening. While we've got somebody who's enjoying a two and a half hour tasting menu. So, you know, it's very different pace for my kitchen. So we wanted to make sure that the menu that we created was just for that. Over time. The demand was that people wanted stuff from the regular menu. Which is what I didn't want to do in the first place. But you know, if somebody's gonna hit send and they wanna get like a thirty five dollar stakes into their house like I'll do it. You know? I just don't think that it it eats the same way doesn't present the same way. So we've tried to keep some of those things off of the menu that we don't think make it the best. Well, this is a great time for Boston sports and to be a Boston sports fan. And I know you guys probably see a bump in business. So when it comes around and gametime you must get a lot of takeout orders and such Andy. Oh, yeah. I mean super is one of our biggest takeout, absolutely. And instead of grabbing go, or is it more caviar delivery, everything we it is it is it is hand to hand combat for us. During sports games. We're into it. I mean what barbecues built built for speed and building out. So you know, we can get you a racket ribs and some brisket real quickly. How about you? Will you see a bump? We do. I think what we've been interesting in in kind of entertaining is that when the weather's its worst. And the restaurants the slowest that's one of the busiest. Yeah. And that is really great for us because paying the same rent paying same amount of people to be there might as well find some sort of way to get to everyone. But it's also marketing, you know, somebody who we there are people who've never stepped foot in the restaurant before who order it and. Yeah. And we put restaurant promotional materials in there, and they go I didn't even know this restaurant existed, and they come in for something different and vice versa. People come into the restaurant. And then they pick up a little discount code from, you know. And then they go back home and the order it the next day. Do you have a a personal favorite dish at puritan company? Well, I did bring you the the delicious, by the way, I'm still eating them. Yeah. The fact that he's not sharing. I've got two boxes of the media. Favorite dish. Is it these I think it's those, and I also think that one of the things that we've got going on right now. I love rush chicken is one of my favorites. But I think that sometimes a whole roast chicken is too much. I think sometimes a half roast chicken doesn't present the best way. We actually have Cornish hens that we spatchcock we cut the backbone out of we take some of the interior bones out. And then you get this perfectly whole side of chicken skin, incredibly creepy. And then you get all the great flavor. First time, I heard the word spatchcock on this phone. You don't have to edit that out kind of cool actually people are wondering is that a dirty thing yet quickly? Andy your favorite dish at the smoke shop. It's either ribs. And for dessert, we're gonna have to go with the butter cake because we know the world famous butter cake. We're gonna take a break. We have so much more going on in this particular Sunday night Carla from Tara Mia and Antigua for no is going to be in studio when a couple of minutes, she's celebrating twenty five years at Tara Mia. We'll take a break it's food for thought brought to you by the box center..

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 Soyuz Mission Aborted Minutes After Launch

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

09:57 min | 1 year ago

Soyuz Mission Aborted Minutes After Launch

"In what's being the most dangerous man space flight. Since the Columbia space shuttle disaster, the Soyuz spacecraft has suffered a mission aboard, just two minutes after launch from the back in cosmodrome in the central Asian Republic of Kazakhstan the spacecraft was carrying two expedition fifty eight crew members to the international space station. When they saw is if g rockets core stage suffered a sudden engine failure cool to the third stage has been disconnected. And in just a moment, the second umbilical tower will separate. Power onboard, and there's the second tower. Oxygen launch command has been issued seven, six. Four, three, two one. Engine that maximum liftoff Pindar is liftoff of the so use MS tin to the international space station carrying Nick Haig and Lexi of Chinon to the orbital complex. Nick hangs first time to watch to space sealed trindon's. Second hearing good first stage performance for the silliest delivering nine hundred thirty thousand pounds of thrust from its four boosters on single engine. I stage it's still use, measured sixty eight feet in length and twenty four feet in diameter, spurning liquid fuel for the first two minutes and six seconds of flight. Kamler. One thought the ever seen as well on board that you know. Well, thank you poppy everything proceeding as a intended for today's fly. Now just over a minute into it. Flossy of the Soyuz is about eleven hundred miles per hour. News. Well. And in well, copy everything looking good preceding nominally can't we have the escape tower for the us? Now jettisoned everything. Continuing nominally four strap on boosters of dementia, and they've completed their job, dropped away in announced toot of twenty eight statute miles Soyuz traveling about three thousand three hundred fifty miles an hour. He did. Seven. Of the. Separation. Enable power. Thirty seconds into the fight. So he's traveling about forty, seven hundred miles per now. We are in weightlessness accordance Ellison station. Bye. Keys whose have they eleven forty. Two seventeen is the time of the failures. One on a is eliminated copied shroud. Well, well, on worth we have. Always had, and the power is on coffee table. So what does recommendation. Personal. The deceleration. Through? Yes. You knew. Yes, little sour is one. Ballistic this, the man is son from central their puppies. You know, just point seven. We feeling rotation. The Gelo is Billy down for this. Win. Seventy two and building down there that there has been an issue with the booster, and we are standing by for information and we continue to get it from the Russian flight control team. But everything seems to be the crew. We had good come with them and they are okay team here in Michigan. Troll is working with their counterparts in Russian, getting more information on the issue with the booster that has changed as launch plan, getting more information which will provide as as soon as we have a little bit more and we can confirm now that the crew has started to go into the ballistic descent mode, they'll be going in a sharp landing today, and we're continuing to get more information from our counterparts at the rose cosmos space agencies to the peace to have happened as the full liquid fuelled strap on boosters. Nine by Russians is the first stage sip rated from the launch vehicles. Core second-stage is the Russians cool. It one minute and fifty eight seconds after liftoff. This boost the separation which takes place at an altitude of forty five kilometer. It is one hundred and fifty thousand fate involves a spectacular maneuver known as a curl of cross in which full boost boosted single Tena sleep. Flip outwards away from the coast stage only investigation suggested the debate, the foul to separate cleanly, either slamming into the core stage during the coral of cross maneuver and damaging the side of the fuselage or remaining passionately attached and possibly tearing up out of the fuselage

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Fewer, but riskier, deadlier migrant sea crossings to Europe

Mark Levin

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Fewer, but riskier, deadlier migrant sea crossings to Europe

"Says fewer migrants are making. It to Italy number of. Migrants human traffickers cram into, flimsy boats and launch into the Mediterranean Sea south of, Italy has dropped eighty percent in recent months says, a new u. n. report so far this. Year almost eleven hundred people have drowned in the sea south. Of Italy attempting, to make it here that's one death for every eighteen people who survive the journey the report says the dramatic rise in death is the result of, people smugglers, taking greater risks to avoid the increasing number of interceptions by Libya's coast

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One Hundred Degrees, Twenty Four Foot and Fifteen Foot discussed on Ron St. Pierre

Ron St. Pierre

03:33 min | 2 years ago

One Hundred Degrees, Twenty Four Foot and Fifteen Foot discussed on Ron St. Pierre

"Health to contraception insurance coverage to the potential altering of boundaries within the i ninety five redevelopment district raimondo's aides say the legislature has shipped over to her all the bills passed this year she is now done signing vetoing or allowing them to become law without his signature while one single day governor pens one hundred eighty three bills into law of course she doesn't have any veto power because well because the state lawmakers won't let us vote on it no they certainly don't want it and they won't even let us they won't even put it on a referendum unfortunately so the heat continues in fact three people in the northeastern dead from this heat wave one woman who was gardening and pennsylvania like that can't wait an elderly man in new york city and a thirty year old man in wilmington new york of all died due to the hot temperatures couple of deaths in kansas city also being looked at in texas three people attending a holiday event were taken to the hospital to one hundred and three million americans are stuck in this thing from the midwest west to the northeast and south all under heat alert not only heat index is hitting triple digits but in some spots the temperatures are actually gonna rise to one hundred degrees to whether it's not supposed to start breaking as we sit until tomorrow so remember stay indoors as much as you possibly can find a cool place go to the movies go to the mall library stay hydrated and make sure you check in on your vulnerable neighbors and family especially elderly neighbors and the young ones because they are the most prone to some heat damage so just take it easy take a slow if you don't have to do anything don't do it people heading to the beach to escape the heat that's for sure michaela mcdonald from eyewitness news following them from near alpha warrick cranston and far linden her long island new york great sir you up your vacationing dozens flock to oakland beach in warwick to cool off this independence day enjoy the warm weather and the sun and get some pulling off what is beautiful nice and warm already pretty hot out to the beach now go home to get ready for the wedding it's been amazing so far some refreshed with new england frozen lemonade i got my laminate i'm all set others had their heart set on the doe boys boy boy i loved boys in chowder house tells us that july third and fourth are two of the busiest days of the year for them last night they even extended their hours for fireworks at the beach rhode island department of health had actually closed oakland beach swimming due to hide bacteria levels previously but that had reopened just in time for the fourth of july holiday nine minutes after seven o'clock i dunno hot doboy the day like yesterday you know i listen i guess this tradition i couldn't do it dunedin naylor in the providence journal says five children and three adults were rescued wednesday afternoon from an overloaded fifteen foot boston whaler that was swamped by a wave and the breezeway near george's of galilee salty brine state beach out there narragansett harbourmaster kevin connor said that he saw the small craft and he came in behind one of the block island ferries saying that it looked to me like a grossly overloaded boat and i knew it was just a a recipe for disaster he said on wednesday night so he activated the blue lights on his twenty four foot police boat and made a beeline for that wailer you said they took a swell right over the bow he said washed a couple of kids from.

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"twenty four feet" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"twenty four feet" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Got the kind of gregarious personality that you always wanna be around he's fun he's he works hard he's funny he's just the type of guy that when you walk into the building you're glad to see every day and the the second obvious thing about him was he's just a freak athlete he longs over twenty four feet in high school you saw what he ran is forty in which is fast and what i've seen you run by the way there's a lot of people who could stake that claim scott will be on jodie foster she we'll find out in the third hour this show we'll definitely find that one out i was going to bed i feel like i'm a time filler until you get clean starling well you know what scott we're you're right we're just putting the lotion in the basket for the first couple hours essentially all we're doing but he did run a fast forty and i did love meeting him and i love meeting his family and obviously his brother and and what he can do at the next level and what he was able to do with your program was really i mean it was really something to behold and i just love the way that everybody just latched onto it it's international scott i i don't know if you're aware that it is i think it's great for him it's a great story and i think he's been fitted from that i you know i selfishly i don't want it to get lost within that story that he's a great football player and i think he's going to prove that i think there's a lot nfl teams that probably took him off their board because of the fact that he had one hand but there just weren't very many calls from players in the country last year that were as talented in his productive is him and i think a lot of people are going to be really surprised at how well he does and nfl football.

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"twenty four feet" Discussed on Heartland Radio: Presented by The Pat McAfee Show

Heartland Radio: Presented by The Pat McAfee Show

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"twenty four feet" Discussed on Heartland Radio: Presented by The Pat McAfee Show

"I'd rather during lent sounds his shoes and socks on a thing so going southwest airlines responds finally with this is never something that we want to happen on our flights i would assume this is something that they don't the sound a goal right please be sure to reach out to one of the flight attendants on board your flight she says in response to that there's literally no way to do that without putting myself at risk he's in the window seat i'm in the middle and their someone dead asleep to my left i can't move which is why i purchased wifi to tweet you this so she's doing why she can't she's like i don't want him to know talking guy up john right here this is on her yeah it up not she says if you feel more comfortable you can speak to the crew once you land after you land by the crew about it the guy didn't have headphones right he has been the people around you hear it like it would be like yo there's a dude jerking off in the in the window seat fucking twenty four feet and it is real because there's a picture of her somebody took her talking to the police filing a report okay at the end of the gate i do have one problem here she does he'd mildly discredit herself when she starts bringing up dick size it's like shoots he had a really beautiful large cock and i really enjoyed it now that's that's what the problem is it's like either either yes or no there's no middle fucking factors that would make this okay if any of us witness that that's how we tweet about it so she may be somebody who's known for being a little bit entertaining on twitter i'm gonna let you know what's going on i'm gonna be able to find a word she was used we would have had some decency and help the guy finished.

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Waffle House shooting victim's mother receives daughter's diploma

24 hour News

02:13 min | 2 years ago

Waffle House shooting victim's mother receives daughter's diploma

"Average in the country and this panel of cities san francisco three seventy three and the low averages batch on rouge at two forty five tom foty cbs news about crash in new hampshire leaves two people dead and two others injured it happened saturday night on the piscataway river when a twenty four foot boston whaler struck a buoy throwing female passenger into the water she was found unconscious in the river and later died as did another female passenger boat operator and another passenger were hospitalized the crash is under investigation posthumous honors for a victim of last month's shooting at a waffle house in nashville cbs's elaine kitano has the story at belmont university in tennessee this weekend a grieving mother accepted her daughters diploma the ebony groves was among four people killed last month at a waffle house near nashville her mother was given a standing ovation as she received diploma her son de ngelo also graduated the university announced a scholarship indiana's honor in other news now the worcester funeral home of graham putnam man mahoney is driving a hearse around the state to protest a takeover of mount ida college by umass amherst wbz's karyn regal spoke to the driver mon ida college has one of two mortuary science programs in the state the other is not at umass that's not the only reason graham putnam in whitney is driving around this hearse with lettering saying umass amherst berries mount ida college students and students are our future question mark on the back stephen lunches driving these are not thousand dollar programs we're talking tens fifteen twenty thirty thousand utah's about life affect how you gonna do that to a family just walk away that's not right the funeral home says it's mount ida students who have nowhere to continue their studies in boston karyn regal wbz newsradio ten thirty pulitzer prize winning historian edwin boroughs has died boroughs and co author mike wallace spent twenty years writing gotham a history of new york city to eighteen ninety eight an epic overview of the city's early days it won the pulitzer for history in nineteen ninety nine edwin boroughs was.

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"twenty four feet" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"twenty four feet" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"You know i was fine i was a straight b student and i remember when beth called our our favorite teacher down in texas beth calls in and she nailed me she's like i knew your a b student but in college i really didn't put a lot of importance on getting as i just did the work that was assigned to me i did all the homework and did all the papers i showed up to class every day i took all the tests and i i just got straight bees and i didn't really push myself to get as wide because it wasn't important to me get an a on a report card was not important because the ultimate goal was to graduate and get a job because i wanted to do that sort of thing i don't know why we started talking about school i wasn't like this i worked hard through the whole college but i didn't like push myself i you know there was one other space story there was an asteroid the size of a football field that made a surprise fly by earth smack cool that we could know these things in not know at the same time it buzzed by earth on sunday one of the closest encounters to the planet in a while came about one hundred and nineteen thousand miles away from earth's atmosphere which is about half the distance between earth and the moon moons pretty far away if if the if you're saying the earth is the size of a basketball the moon would be about twenty four feet away in the size of your fist so that's pretty far away if you think about it in trying to put that in perspective now think about twenty four feet away of your fast between a basketball in the half the distance that's about the size of a football field this this asteroid went by now it's you know they say that based on the speed of this asteroid was flying really really fast it would have broken up in our atmosphere anyway was going about sixty six thousand miles an hour then just friction alone with the air in our atmosphere would have broken this thing up so we're really wasn't a threat but every once in a while these things happen and they're not super rare these large objects come through was was surprising to me is they didn't know what was coming it was a.

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"twenty four feet" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"twenty four feet" Discussed on AP News

"Dot com an animatronic tyrannosaurus rex is extinct after bursting into flames at a dinosaur themed park in colorado sack reynolds says the t rex at the royal gorge dinosaur experience smoldered for about ten minutes before it caught fire thursday morning visitors watched as the infernal spread throughout the dinosaur which appeared at times to be breathing flames the twenty four foot tall t rex was one of sixteen dinosaurs that line the parks wild walk exhibit ronald says it was a toy total loss but at least a made for some spectacular imagery along the way a replacement t rex will be installed by the summer potentially life changing opportunities been given to fifteen people in atlantic city they're beginning new careers in the construction industry things to a program that sought out and trained inner city talent for casino and university projects the developers of the new hard rock casino and a local community groups elected the young atlantic city residents they've been given free training as carpenters electricians and other careers in the building trades with jobs guaranteed after graduation joseph goalie a builder and one of the casino developers says the effort is business not charity he says the company found excellent highly motivated workers in the city who might not otherwise have gotten the chance nissan doesn't plan to change its road test for self driving vehicles according to the japanese automakers chief planning officer this comes after the march eighteenth death of a woman who was hit by a self driving uber in the phoenix arizona area it was the first death involving a full autonomous test vehicle nissan coo says the company's ensuring its tests are safe and he says specially trained drivers always keep their hands on the steering wheels of such vehicles nissan's been conducting autonomous driving tests in london tokyo and california welcome to total wine and more it's much more than a wine store it's the eighth wonder of the world when people talk about sort of wine and more they get a little carried away we're just a big friendly place run by people with a passion for wine and beer see we travel the world to find the best wines from the best regions and we seldom the lowest prices anywhere and friendly helpful experts at every turn you know what maybe we.

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"twenty four feet" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"twenty four feet" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"By melting snow in albania in the meantime california's sierra nevada has received nearly sixteen feet of snow in eighteen days according to the weather channel snowpack has nearly doubled since late february squaw valley ski resort brag that they had received three and a half feet of snow in twenty four hours but it wasn't necessarily great for the wouldbe skiers going to jake wall it was pretty insane week for snow in tahoe legitimately too much snow for a ski trip now when was the last time that happened hey man we can't go skiing there's too much snow thanks to chris von during an hp schmidt for this link they say look for that told her to be near twenty two to twenty four feet by the end of the current storm not surprising lean no mention on the weather channel of how much snow will potentially fall because back to back normal to above normal snowpack years ruins their rhetoric about perpetual droughts in the western us says hp smith so here we go folks these people are in a drought conditions supposedly but they get their water from the snowfall elliot record snowfall so wait for all this to start melting going into this spring and summer and they have more water than in know what to do with and then will they call off the drought no you know they'll do they'll find some way to screw it up they'll find some way to waste it it will probably go all over leo dicaprio is lawn or something or maybe you know arnold schwarzenegger will be spewing out of all the hose onto the street or something or washing his hummers with it that's what you know he'll be washing constantly is six hummers and then we're out of water again what the hell happened these people i'm telling you in the words of killer bees same up when they say that they're going to have drought conditions why aren't they saving water instead they wait till they have a drought condition say oh my gosh we have a drought condition what we're gonna do we now we now everybody's got to start conserving water it's just it's like they don't have good sense because this is where they get their water from every year so you look at the mountains and you go.

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"twenty four feet" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"twenty four feet" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Good luck with that project thanks so much in calling aidid's elaine naughty kaunda you've got the money paid what can we do for you today i heard that a blog hits back the end of houses about twenty four feet and the graduates setback about half set distance so in the winter time the snow blows down and drop sit on their and it piles up really really sick is there a way i can fix up well stop the snows years you have to get in the process of polling us know of on all of us would you do a now but if it's if it setting up there are you know what's going to happen if it's specially the starts to get warm and wet is superheavy collapses arrests now the easy way to deal with us with the snow wreak you have no on the snow rake i and i've been trying at bat there too long ago gets actually kinda hard that's right that's why you gotta get out quick after the snow because every day you with that it gets harder and harder and harder solidifies especially when it gets a little warmer than freezes again it's come from really difficult to get a down so unfortunately i don't have these lucien for you there says a you know what to do and you just going to have to try to do the best you can with those circumstances but i like the snow rakes you know the they come in sections in their their uh you know sixteen the 24 feet long and they're like a big iron rake that they're pretty life if you can get it up there and then hold down towards you it keeps us no to a to a minimum amounts which i think is so important i had a friend and had a tragic collapse of a of a born and so this will have stock were killed as a result of the snow built up in area like than just so important to uh to try to make sure you pull that snow off before it starts to knelt really have excess when collapses have hear anything i could put on both made it it'll make light off a little easier no now nothing you can do metal metal roofs will mental ruse hold less now the schlyter more slipper.

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"twenty four feet" Discussed on The Chalene Show

The Chalene Show

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"twenty four feet" Discussed on The Chalene Show

"If stretched end to end of the large intestines or you might wonder why the large intestines called the large intestine if it's only about five feet and the small intestine has about twenty three to twenty four feet while that's because the large intestines is wider remember where it starts remember where it ends that whole area from start to finish contains bacteria in fact we are made up of more bacteria bugs good guys and bad guys then we are made up of human cells in fact immune system inside your body interacts with the bacteria that's on the outside in on the inside of your body and and that interaction within the cells within the lining of the gut is what excrete massive quantities of antibodies into our gut in other words that's where we fight off infection toxins things that the body doesn't recognize illness bad guys good guys in in one of the ways that our body fights off any type of toxin any irritant anything that scene as foreign is through inflammation so think about when you get a sliver in your fingertip the teeneage tiniest smallest sliver of what so small that you need to go put on your reading glasses and get a pair of tweezers and even still you can just barely see it in the right light nonetheless at teeny tiny little foreign body typically will make your fingertip turned red and swell that implemenation now imagine what's going on in our gut while we don't realize is that so much of the food there were eating so much of the environmental exposure that we receive every day is viewed as toxic or an invader or foreign to our body little do we know that our body is fighting all the.

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"twenty four feet" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"twenty four feet" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Wind and the delivery other way swaying innovation it's wanted to been mixing it up pitches here well that one with four hundred twenty four feet at one hundred and five miles an hour second carnal home run tonight the pitch wong fights it off foul off the fish backing out of police still wanted to still a two run cushion six to four pirates on top gritschuk will bat kelly will bat at sitting and then the pitchers spot you have some death of the bench for the cardinals but wants to swing at a tapper in front of the plate with a mascot the as the catcher charges bare hands froze the first on the run in time to get one one away as the top great play by the as id and is well rivero who was on that could have made a play kept running got out of the way so they did not obstruct via as for making the barehanded getting wong because things get a little harry you then bring the tide run to the plate and a guy like randall gritschuk who he's gets a big time pop we're here is gritschuk cardinals down two with one out of the night lefty on righty couple of doubles for gritschuk tonight the pitch swing in a.

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"twenty four feet" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"twenty four feet" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Next offering cut out of this so the ordeal all relatives ii abop went four hundred twenty four feet so finishing up that yankee game the rain delay they how yesterday we were in boston and our game actually got three doutriaux stone but they had a long day in the bronx now you to swinging the ball hammered down the rightfield mina that hooks vow you you were aware of that so you're reply busy kind of more of a kind of jab michael k because you knew the yankees it they're the ballpark all day draws near it up god is saying i mean i'm your body saw tell you the truth no that that really wasn't the thought was just like yes sorry i guess to be paul again you too drops down checks way and appeal to third will little says you did go pretty wicket angle that but shelves deliver that pitch from the hill drop down from time to time that i mean there some rich l let's at all out of about i mean he eat the wears it honestly so how about today in the clubhouse day pitchers started you see them in the clubhouse you just can't i don't even look at emmer the lower say anything to her what she was out side stand in the hallway where we were standing in between the manager's office said gotta the main hallway between the clubhouse in the fielded ritual comes walking all headphones on it i to start to look down he makes eye contact i say i eddie reaches out his hand mitch valdo to shake my head at i felt uncomfortable because last thing i do is talk to a pitcher you as you were talking about retail let's at all hang out there on the mound your perception is that beat me that guy on the david he pitches where just stay away from beck don't even breathe in his direction but to my surprise he was very cordial juda swaying an abyss drop down again it could porto way did that breaking pitchers strikeout second strike down were rigged hill with what away here's asdrubal cabrera met sleep threenothing bata the second.

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