18 Burst results for "Twenty Six Kilometers"

"twenty six kilometers" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

04:15 min | 2 months ago

"twenty six kilometers" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Almost look like to clerk was You know i know. Coaching persuading just reminding avenue pool of the shaky times as well. Yeah yeah exactly. And i mean obviously to collect is the the sort of the senior writer with both at county quickstep and And the belgian team so will know even a poor very well then of course. Paul was instrumental in the big. Move with eighty-five coloma's to go. And then of course. He made the final big split Forty kilometers to go where think from that group of seventeen the top fifteen km so that really was The move and then he sat up absolutely spent with twenty six kilometers to go and alif elite went another eight kilometers later. So on the one hand you could say You know yes. He did everything possible for belgium. But then would you know he if he delayed his early aggression perhaps saved a little bit for the final phase is slightly unusual. Perhaps that he wasn't able to pay any appall in the final twenty five kilometers with the rice. So i wouldn't say absolutely perfect. But i mean you can't impact patch the promise. Well we was judged. These things on outcomes don't wake and it's the same in saturday's race wrote an almost perfect race as well But the italians one Well let's hear what the me the dutch reading almost buffet rights. Do you want to invite me on this talking. Podcast feminine to discuss that with you. Yeah okay right. Almost perfect race. The the end of the race with two hundred meters go minor voss was in the perfect position to win it and had she won it as she often would have she would have done. Maybe eight times i ten. We have said that the italians gave her a perfectly because You know but but these are. These are the margins. Let's hear what are the belgian fans responded to pull once he'd finished his shift and had been dropped by the group..

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"twenty six kilometers" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

05:55 min | 2 months ago

"twenty six kilometers" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

"Versions with added ero carbon brakes and track tires. All things that can be done without tesla being in the loop. I guess and some software changes as well with a new track. Pack a track mod ribian next in the news today well motor trend with very lucky to get not just a day or two but weeks with the one t from review and they really did get treated very well by reviewing motor trend and they've published almost an article a day if not more about the ravens and they say that the nutty is the truck impressive but what about storage well as the four and a half a bed. The franck the in bed trunk and the gear tunnel. What about the gear tunnel. Well the answer to. What can you put in a gear tunnel because it sits kind of behind the ray seats under the rest really and it runs all the way through the vehicle they say well whatever you like really. It's pretty big. They put carry on suitcases in the duffle bags. Backpacks briefcases the gear. Tunnel is deeply saying if you good with tetris you can fit more stuff than you think. If you can fold bendon squeeze stuff in the storage space designed to fit gulf bag skis snowboards strollers anything that of gets dusty as well because it you could hose area route But you know umbrellas fishing poles anything like that twelve outlet and one hundred ten volt outlet as well in the gear tunnel. I wanna h end. Next we'll talk about post our in the news today post all goes further with the pollstar to getting seven percent more. Epa range versus the last year's model. Be twenty twenty two pulse. Dot com has seven percents. Better range The latest epa ratings show that it had about sixteen miles or twenty six kilometers more now sitting at two hundred forty nine miles or four hundred one. Kilometers official range on the same can be said for the volvo. Xc forty recharge volvo also confirming that the twenty twenty two model year exc- forty recharge Cease changes the gain driving range compared to the outgoing muddle specifically apa combined range. A seven point two percents better not huge number. But actually you wouldn't your nose up at fifteen more miles which so four two thousand twenty one. The exit forty recharge had a base price of about fifty. Three the new model about fifty five according to slash gear dot com pulling in the show notes. You're gonna read more about volvos and post are going further. Coming up on the podcast. We'll talk chinese ebays and we'll get a bit geopolitical. Hey it's the weekend we can do that..

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"twenty six kilometers" Discussed on The Social-Engineer Podcast

The Social-Engineer Podcast

05:57 min | 5 months ago

"twenty six kilometers" Discussed on The Social-Engineer Podcast

"Everybody's young to me now i was talking to this young Young man who we were listening on the radio and he was talking. We were listening to About this runner from I think it was either tanzania or ethiopia and he had just won the one of the marathons and he says. I came from that tribe. And i was i was. I was fascinated by that. He studying in california at graduate school. And i go. Wow that's really cool. And then i started thinking. Why is it that so many grew the greatest runners in distance runners. Come from that area of east-africa and you know and i said you know and i just benign curiosity. Chris knows this. You know this is great. And i said why do you think this is so i said is is that the food is at the altitude. Is it the genetics that everybody talks about. And the guy thought for a minute and we were driving as we're listening to the radio and he said when we were kids we didn't have news and i go. What does that have to do with anything. And he says waiting know what records were. We didn't know what twenty six kilometer one we just ran and we ran and we ran there was no imposition of rules and restrictions. And you only have to go this far. And so we would ron from village to village to village to village and back and nobody ever said. Don't do it that fast arrest in between or once. You have some gatorade. while you're adan we just ran and ran and ran now. There may be some truth to that. Maybe that's just a his thinking. But i have to honor what he says that these kids grow up and they just run you know in the same way that infidels of brazil. You know from the time you're too you have a soccer ball attached to your foot and you're kicking it around. And how do you get a pele. Nobody tells you you have to go to the park to play. You just play wherever wherever you're at. And so i think the the dispelling these self made impositions and getting rid of these restrictions has a lot to do with you can craft your future no matter watch your your your handed and And of course there's going to be limits but look at look at Look benjamin franklin who gets out of school at age six or seven or six grade and Travels to from From philadelphia to boston. Or reverse. I forget now and with pennies in his pocket learns to to run a printing press from his brother and Grows on to invent things and and become a great scientist. How do you become a benjamin franklin..

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"twenty six kilometers" Discussed on Sean Carroll's Mindscape: Science, Society, Philosophy, Culture, Arts, and Ideas

Sean Carroll's Mindscape: Science, Society, Philosophy, Culture, Arts, and Ideas

03:49 min | 6 months ago

"twenty six kilometers" Discussed on Sean Carroll's Mindscape: Science, Society, Philosophy, Culture, Arts, and Ideas

"Were you know running the vietnam war for a long time. There's no obvious idea that. Because if kennedy had been robert kennedy. Bobby kennedy had been elected. He would have gotten us out of vietnam. Politicians are tricky. They say things and they don't end up doing them all the time. So i don't know enough about that era to say how devoted or how influential he would have been actually make that happen. And as far as watergate is concerned watergate was an example of agree gio abuse of power illegal actions on the part of the president but it also led to reforms of the system. You know the ability to have special prosecutors and things like that so maybe it would have been worse overall. If watergate had not happened if i were to imagine ideal histories i would have wanted to stop some terrible massacres tragedies genocides right like the holocaust or various other terrible things that happened. There is a little bit more cut and dried to me that if that had not happened the world would be better on the other hand. I don't know like if it comes to either assassinating or not assassinating one person. I'm not what not at all sure. What would need to happen to guarantee that the holocaust would not have happened. Yeah you can say will kill baby hitler. That's the usual thing to say but it's not at all obvious to me that the social forces wouldn't have led to something more or less similar to what actually happened in world war two. I don't know maybe they wouldn't. But i just don't know claudio slam says about a moua the interstellar visitor. We had that. We talked about with envelope while his speed was notably high for solar system standards twenty six point three kilometers per second relative to the sun. It's still very low. Compared to the speed of light would we have noticed anything weird had the movie was dash been a hundred thousand times faster. Is it conceivable that a material object can be accelerated to relativistic speeds by accession of pushes from stars or other massive bodies so it certainly would have been much weirder if a who's been one hundred thousand times faster so if you think about what is going on in our galaxy the stars moving around and you know with respect to each other and around the center of the galaxy the typical speed you should have in mind is something like a couple hundred kilometers per second okay. Two hundred kilometers per second three hundred kilometers per second something like that. That's the typical speed that stars and other objects have in the galaxy. So that's the speed. You expect everything to have with respect to everything else on average okay. This is why we made the point. That in some sense move. Speed is anomalous. Low twenty six kilometers per second is lower than three hundred kilometers per second but if it had been three thousand kilometers per second that will be an all mostly high and that would be weird. So yes that would be weird. Is it conceivable that something could actually be celebrated that fast. You know it's conceivable but it's very very unlikely Things do get pushed around by passing by stars but it happens slowly and gradually An every little pushes very tiny and sometimes the pushes go in opposite directions from each other right so you certainly do not expect things to be accelerated to very very fast speeds and i should go further than that. You certainly don't expect things to be accelerated to relativistic speeds near the speed of light. Because once they're accelerated to the escape velocity of the galaxy. They escape from the galaxy and they're no longer being accelerated by a gravitational assists from nearby stars. And things like that so there is an upper limit to speeds you expect for things that are galaxy namely the escape velocity. That is fair in christie's says a priority question. You guys are using up your priority questions..

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"twenty six kilometers" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

HORSES IN THE MORNING

07:13 min | 6 months ago

"twenty six kilometers" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

"They're all here so let's hear from our hosts here. This is katie. In randy cadwell as i said world champion drivers and also. You're going to hear what else they have here in just a second so i am standing here with key cadwell and all of you know her. Because she's been coming on with dr wendy and i and the driving radio show for ten years doing trial training tips. I am standing on your deck. And let's described the scene. We are overlooking your sasha ring your barnes and your four thousand horses psyche. Hi four thousand horses. I can't tell you exactly how many but it's not earlier. How many horses do you have. And she gave me the mary kits miller answer. Which was. I don't know our father would ask us and we would always answer him. Yes i don't know. I don't know i have horses. It's okay so katie. let let me ask you something you to nine world championships in driving you and your sister yes between you. Yes and we're gonna talk to your sister but we're gonna talk to her a bit not about driving something else. We're going to talk to her about but of all those nine trips mostly to europe right. Yes it all europe. No my very first. World championships was at gladstone in nineteen ninety-three in new jersey. Yes oh my god i did. I didn't know they had on here. Then yes so out of all of those which was your most memorable. I think they all have their own memories. But i'm well of course if you're counting both of us the most memorable was the one that randy one world championships at and driving a single payer. She was driving a pair ponies and it was in denmark and it was a great world championships. And see this was this is and then cross country or marathon and then cones exactly right exactly right and then i think of all the ones that i've driven. Actually he's probably not a world championships. But i loved showing him windsor. While watching and prince philip. He used to write his little motor scooter around and follow us in. Talk to us while we're out walking hazards. It was fantastic. Oh that's great. And then i really loved in germany. I reason back. Oh i hear a lot about reason back. Why why do you like it at. They have jumpers. And your saw. And there's always a lot going on to. It's a really fun show. Yeah but windsor must've have been special. Windsor was very special. Both of us have shown it windsor. And it it is an amazing facility right below the castle and again. It has a lot of other things going on. So there's always something to do. Do you ever meet the queen. I did not because i did not win. Only the winner. So only prince philip for me. You met a principal of a few times. Yes times he actually gave me my award in one thousand nine hundred three. I was the only girl to place on the marathon. So i placed. I think twelve the marathon or top ten. I just know it was the only girl in the lineup and he thought that was just fantastic. So when he gave me my ribbon he just had to stop and chat and say how great it was. And i was driving these big seventeen one dutch horses at the time so and it was muddy day and it was when we went twenty six kilometers so when cds were like the old style eventing long format. Yeah crazy yes. The carriage offer not bad for it. No you just wanted to live through the the so you're known for driving ponies your sister so what kind of ponies so randy drives german riding ponies and i have driven so they're pretty close to fourteen hand fourteen and a half fourteen to fourteen to fourteen one and three quarters right up there but i usually drive horses because we decided for the family dynamic it would be better if she showed ponies and i showed horses competing directly against each other. We try not to you guys live in the same property and one of your guns so that would be bad. So what kinda horses. So i always had choices. I liked the dutch and the royal dutch breed k. Wpn i was very happy with them and they were just fun to drive and your dad was a driver. Which is how you got into this. Tell everybody your first competition. Now let's explain to non drivers most people's first competition is a single pony or a single horse and they go to competition. And that's what they compete. I right yes. But and what did you compete. I in your first competition. How old were you high school. And i had a couple of really nice event horses at the time but our father had foreign and a coach so we did all the newport saratoga fund things but we always helped him with his horses he he did not come to horses early in life so we always helped him and i got the bright idea that it would be fun to go to the laurels with a foreign hand. As my first. I competition as a teenager with four horses. Yes and there was no training level. Then go well. Actually dressage was fine. We looked really pretty. We made it through the test marathon. I may have gotten hung up a few times. And of course my father and my sister on the carriage with me and rule wise. We weren't all together sure but he did get on and off. The carriage quite a few times creates more penalties but he was okay because he had packed in entire harness in our spare skit in case we had a problem. So you're not competing right now because you have a lot of little ones out here. A little babies yes. We've been breeding and our german riding pony and a couple of really nice mayor so we have some youngsters that are just coming up. We train a lot of people. I have people here in training horses ponies. But right now we're on the sidelines. Why southern pines what do you like southern pints. We have driven all over the world different places in germany and holland and england. And i have to say this is the best driving horse community you can go through everyone's farm it's open. It's beautiful and we have our whole fifteen thousand acre foundation. If we want to drive in it which is for almost forced us right. Yes strictly for sports. And you have this weird community of farms back this desert road that almost killed our camper put it is. You're all drivers back here. No we have adventurers and There are quite a few drivers but really honestly. We're only four miles from town but it's just out in the middle of nowhere and you're only four miles from town. I know we love it hidden away. And we're out in the middle of our own fields in green pastures.

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"twenty six kilometers" Discussed on DV Radio

DV Radio

07:39 min | 7 months ago

"twenty six kilometers" Discussed on DV Radio

"Yesterday out of nowhere. It was probably nine thirty at fucking night. I go to look at something on my facebook. Page your post goes against facebook's community standards what i put nothing in there except a fucking gift from your fucking gift keyboard facebook and it's because assholes get so offended by the most asinine retarded as shit and the robots. Somebody didn't report it and this was i know. Nobody reported it because it was june of last year. And i'm pretty sure. I'll course they shut down since then the nobody's gonna take the time to go through fucking time line to report southern but when when you report something on facebook. It teaches the ai that this is offensive. And if you report enough things like this it's going to be like yep that's offensive so anything that even correlates with it will say it's offensive. They got me for sexually explicit content. Look up look wet. Six was banned the other day for something he posted in twenty fourteen death. It's the it's the fucking bites. It's not somebody reporting it. It's actual botts at this point. No i told him he needs to start fighting the ship. And that's the thing now. So i did put that. I wanted dispute this fucking claim and now thanks to backing no-bid facebook does not personally respond nor allow you to actually put a message anything now because of quote unquote covid nineteen because we don't have enough people to man the whatever and i'm like wait a minute i all facebook is all online second off setting off. You mean to tell me. Ninety eight percent of your fucking staff doesn't have a fucking computer like what black you can't leave your job at facebook like you hear your fucking job but if you guys would stop reporting the stupid shit. That actually isn't explicit hurting somebody or whatever this shit wouldn't happen like none of us would get banned for asinine shit and i keep using that terminology but it is as very asinine. I mean you can't say certain words like faggot when you're describing certain things like you're giving a history lesson. You can't say that your comment your post will automatically go against community standards. It doesn't matter. What else is put into the comment. Deysi derogatory because we got some ship faces out there who get offended by the smallest little fucking period or punctuation or like stop just stop is it harming. His is harvey new physically. Is it going to kill you. Is it stopping your way of living. Is stopping your way of thinking. No keep fucking scrolling motherfucker like like. That's why coasted that fucking mean twice this week because so many people were set. Oh my god. How could you down military likely. That is so bitch please. We were laughing our asses off at that. Shut the fuck up before you think you are telling us what is funny and what's not fuck you. I'll post it again. I don't give a fuck f looking mean went off like fucking fireman s shit. 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You'd like to tell anybody that you weren't able to tell us during the show. Because i was popping blood vessels during your news. Not everything is fucking racist. That's all you're gonna say man people got to grow the fuck up. It's like you said thanks for calling. Racism stahl wait. Wait a little bit. You know what. I'm really movie from way back. When i'm really surprised we've not had a helmet and bubble wrap mandate because of the chinese space debris fallen only got funny speaking of that making bet. That's over mexico right now. One hundred and twenty six kilometers above the earth still gaining altitude. Their frosty finally dropped about forty kilometers. Wait i google. you don't understand. He was telling us about it earlier and he was like it's following but it's gaining altitude and i was like what that's back to pre show it went up. It's not falling right is writing now. 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"twenty six kilometers" Discussed on Space Nuts

Space Nuts

03:31 min | 9 months ago

"twenty six kilometers" Discussed on Space Nuts

"Or it's it's those sorts of things angles lesson bonkers comments long period comets come from all angles the cloud which is to the wrapped around the solar system but the the key thing is the speed because he you know these two objects were both traveling at speeds that could not have bound to the solar system in other words. There was no way that we're never gonna stop and go around the sun. I think who was roundabout twenty six kilometers per second. It's it's highs philosophy which is very much above the escape velocity of the solar system so it comes and goes. I think it's more a case of its. it's gone. oh look this earth accelerate. And maybe that's right. Nothing flurry still got this puzzle. It did seem to have some non gravitational forces acting on it which thought to be perhaps ejected material coming from it. The boosted it direction. Still the theory that it might be alien that avi avi lobes idea that an is. He's just published a book about that. Well this way to be a best seller probably the e-eh. I think the what they've suggested just going into detail of this. But how do you how do you intercept them. One way to have things. I think we've talked about this before. How things orbiting in space that are spacecraft that have got a mega lumbini rocket boosters attached to them and they're just waiting in orbit for something to go past. I think suggestions where you might have three of these spread around pepsi us orbit and then once the once cited something you hit the button send off in the right direction to chase after whatever it is And seeking photograph which would be a good start fantastic different image. I mean we you know it. A pin sell issue whether you're is an alien spacecraft if we could go to close up photograph well it's being chased by tesla. So you never know though shots there was i mean i think ilan must did look closely at whether they could mount emission from nice x. Hardware to to chase after it and it was not possible would never catch it now and i think that's been part of the problem so far. These things have passed us before we realized that were they. I mean we were. We were asleep for new because it was christmas and we just went what we really need to probably find them before they get here just in case they getting a bit too close become the. That's actually borisov was detected before before that it before it passed the closest. But but even that you know the speed was was too high but it did mean a strongest could get a good look at it which is why we know it had these various chemicals in its coma. Okay well keep your eyes peeled coming into. It can fire i seventy. This is the space nuts..

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"twenty six kilometers" Discussed on Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

03:55 min | 9 months ago

"twenty six kilometers" Discussed on Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

"So they are much rarer become comments. You may. Yeah it is. I'm just wondering how they differentiate between local comets and asteroids with the solar system and the ones coming from the outside that being flying at us by people who obviously lock is very much but Is it all about the angle is it all about the angle of the tack the spayed. Or it's it's those sorts of things angles lesson bonkers comments long period comets. Come from all angles. They come the cloud which is to the wrapped around the solar system. But the the key thing is the speed because he you know these two objects were both traveling at speeds that could not have bound to the solar system in other words. There was no way that we're never gonna stop and go around the sun. I think who was roundabout twenty six kilometers per second. It's it's highs philosophy which is very much above the escape velocity of the solar system so it comes and goes. I think it's more a case of its. it's gone. oh look this earth accelerate. And maybe that's right. Nothing flurry still got this puzzle. It did seem to have some non gravitational forces acting on which thought to be perhaps ejected material coming from it the boosted. It took direction. Still the theory that it might be alien that avi avi lobes idea that an is. He's just published a book about that. Well this way to be a best seller probably the e-eh. I think the what they've suggested just going into detail of this. But how do you how do you intercept them. One way to have things. I think we've talked about this before. How things orbiting in space that are spacecraft that have got a mega lumbini rocket boosters attached to them and they're just waiting in orbit for something to go past. I think suggestions where you might have three of these spread around pepsi us orbit and then once the once cited something you hit the button send off in the right direction to chase after whatever it is And seeking photograph which would be a good start fantastic different image. I mean we you know it. A pin sell issue whether you're is an alien spacecraft if we could go to close up photograph well it's being chased by tesla. So you never know though shots there was. I mean i think. Ilan must did look closely at whether they could mount from nice x. Hardware to to chase after not possible would never catch it now. And i think that's been part of the problem so far..

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"twenty six kilometers" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

04:12 min | 9 months ago

"twenty six kilometers" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"Just mention that. The studies now indicate that roundabout seven of these interstellar objects probably pass through the solar system every year. And the issues detecting them. You've got to pick them up with us. We could do that now. Because we've got this. This was going to say flotilla. But they're not floating array of of of near objects telescope discovers truckers. Things like stars to their on haleakala on the island of maui instruments of that kind which are able to look for a moving through the solar system. Usually they're objects belonging to the solar system. But they can't pick up these others as well. So i think the estimate now is around about seven interstellar asteroids per year but only about two into stella a comex. The that rare. Perhaps it's partly because of the dynamics have come comets normally hang out on the on the boundaries of solar systems and occasionally get disturbed to fall in the thing about comics is generally speaking very small that nucleus of a comet is only probably seldom more than twenty thirty kilometers across and then forms this beautiful town when he gets near the some asteroids route about the same size probably brighter. It's a very dark on the surface as well so anyway. Whatever the deal is it looks as though there are enough of these to really think about how you might into set them. How you might you know. Basically further research on them. There is actually another another quotation. I think again from dr eubank. We assume that come from are formed with stars and their planetary systems. The after they are sorry and after the after they're on their own. They share the same galactic dynamics stars to another ones. This is how you start doing statistics. For how these things might swirled around the galaxy. We use the to known isos. One one i am. The one i refers to it being the first interstellar object detected to i borisov the efficiency of past and current astronomical surveys to estimate the number of these objects in the galaxy and stellar velocity estimates from the guy of mission. A mission looks at the positions of stars very accurately to estimate the velocity spread That we should expect. And as i said they think there might be seven astroid coming into in and to to perhaps a largely a biggie. Pardon they dropped that statistic. It's not to per year it once every ten to twenty years. So they are much rarer become comments. You may. Yeah it is. I'm just wondering how they differentiate between local comets and asteroids that are now solar system and the ones coming from the outside that being flying at us by people who obviously lock is very much but Is it all about the angle. Is it all about the angle of the tack the spayed or it's it's those sorts of things angles lesson bonkers comments long period comets come from all angles out the cloud which is to the wrapped around the solar system but the the key thing is the speed because he you know these two objects were both traveling at speeds that could not have bound to the solar system in other words. There was no way that we're never gonna stop and go around the sun. I think who was roundabout twenty six kilometers per second. It's it's highs philosophy which is very much above the escape velocity of the solar system so it comes and goes..

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"twenty six kilometers" Discussed on The Property Couch

The Property Couch

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"twenty six kilometers" Discussed on The Property Couch

"It's a big challenge route I mean it is as we say, the most difficult challengeable housing affordability. Is Relative. Lock in terms of the median has processes is five hundred and fifty thousand dollars but the median has cross in Sydney or Melbourne is not five hundred and fifty thousand dollars. It's relative to obviously the expectations that some of our millennials have which is I won't what what I said. I WANNA leave close to the city that one all the spoils and and I get that I get that but that's not the full story of housing affordability. In other words I grew up in a household that was twenty six kilometers from the city. It was lower middle-class under and my my parents. Medium. Wages might be slightly above minimum wages in the end of their careers. And now I see here earning probably three times what? In terms of that. Guy, not consider inside and what did I do well, I didn't move out wide I picked up future family and I moved closer to the city and sorry and that income that I had was high for me to allow me to buy a substantial hyme in a in a in a higher net worth area and so that's that's the Sokoll like some people you know there's going to be a cohort of people who who will be pro. And that's the biggest cohort of people in this country, and that's the cohort of people that basically have that ripple effect on where prices move at one, a land values move at water but decide that it's a pyramid. Gang. Is is not not recognizing. The of bicycling what we're talking about here, and that is what underpins the value of properties the lamed now and the land he's going to appreciate if there is. Long term demand on that yes. It's going to absolutely move in cycles. Yes. There's going to be some overexuberance in terms of people are going to get ahead of themselves properly process going to move higher in areas that I probably wouldn't I'm get into that day talented centers of interest rates as we got but..

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"twenty six kilometers" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

10:55 min | 2 years ago

"twenty six kilometers" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I'm Stuart Macintosh with the BBC news hello the man who stabbed two people to death in central London yesterday has been identified police as a convicted terrorist who was freed on parole last year was been con who's twenty eight was shot dead by armed offices after he was tackled to the ground by members of the public on London Bridge it emerged that he was jailed in twenty twelve for an al Qaeda inspired plot to bomb the London Stock Exchange our correspondent Simon Jones is at London Bridge initially he was given an indeterminate sentence not means he could have been held in jail for as long as was deemed necessary for the case they went to the court of appeal and the son sons was changed to a sentence of sixteen years Hoff of which had to be served in jail so an eight year jail term so he was released having served his jail time in December of lost year he was supposed to be on license which means he was supposed to be carefully monitored his movements was supposed to be what she was supposed to check in with the authorities say some real questions about how he was able to then go on to carry out the terror attack the British prime minister Boris Johnson said he had a long argument that it was a mistake to let serious criminals out of prison early he praised the bravery of people who tackled the London Bridge attack who was wearing what looked like an explosive device police later said it was a fake bomb US tech giant apple has said it taking a deeper look at how it handles disputed borders after it showed Crimea as part of Russia's territory on its maps and weather apps Chris buckler reports for most of the world apple's mobs don't specify what the Crimean peninsula belongs to a but the company says it complied with noodles in Russia the short as within its borders that led to a furious response from Ukraine the company insists it took into consideration international legislation as well as loss in the US and other countries before making any decisions but in a statement apple said as part of its review it may make changes in the future Chile's football federation has canceled the rest of the season because of security concerns following weeks of anti government protests Simon Ponsford reports the unrest in surely which began six weeks ago had already causal matches to be suspended now the football authorities have decided to abandon the seasonal together with six games to go all the teams in the top division have agreed that una vecindad Cattolica should be declared champions they were top of the league by thirteen points the cancellation is more evidence of the impact of anti government demonstrations in Chile which started in response to a big rise in the cost of public transport and I spiraled into a bigger movement against inequality and poverty you're listening to the latest world news is coming to you from the BBC three people have been stabbed in an attack on a busy shopping street in the Hague in the Netherlands Dutch police said they were still searching for suspects and no arrests have been made the popular market was packed with Christmas shoppers visiting the Black Friday sales the victims will under the age of eighteen health officials in California have ordered the closure of all beaches along twenty six kilometers of coast in Orange County after a spell of raw sewage into the sea the league of nearly fifteen million litres was caused by a broken water pipe line at Laguna beach in tennis Australia has announced that he will celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of Margaret court winning the grand slam despite widespread opposition because of her personal views on homosexuality and same sex marriage the achievement taking all four major titles in the same year it will be mounted next year's Australian Open with course invited to attend but officials said her comments had the means and hurt many people and went shed by the organization a fragment of wood reputed to be from the manger where Jesus was later after his birth is being returned today to Bethlehem pope Francis older the return of the relic from Rome's basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore done ahead kia ripples sliver of wood is believed to form part of the crib that the infant Jesus lay in the relic was handed over in Rome a week ago and then briefly put on display in Jerusalem before arriving laces today in Bethlehem just in time for the lighting of the Christmas tree in manger square encased in a silver ornamental stands it will be installed in a church next to the church of the nativity where tradition says Jesus was born its return reportedly follows a request by the Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas during a recent visit to the Vatican unless the BBC news it's six minutes past seven G. M. T. welcome to weekend from the BBC world service with me Judy Morricone coming up if you ever wondered what it's like to live and work in and talk to Kerr well we can take you there one minute snow full means you can barely see build the buildings of the research station on been huddled in my hand right could it gives the cold many days old like now this blue skies of bright sunshine revealing dress yet peaks which all fifty three Columbus is away on the hit deceptively close this new pollution so some days you can see Alexandra two hundred Columbus is the BBC's month Connie's been in Antarctica for the last week more from her in the south for the whole of the program to guess with me to offer their thoughts on the news and issues of the day Stephanie balsam is here you cannot and correspondent for the German newspapers develop and develop some sun tug and Jeff Kaufmann is a journalist commentator and lecturer you both being outside London in recent times Stephanie went to Wales this was with the general election here in the UK in mind what did you find well first of all the the reason why I went to Wales will simply I wanted to get out of London it's S. S. E. U. K. correspondent is becoming quite difficult to leave London because there's so much going on in terms of brexit government crisis votes Supreme Court decisions so you you really need to for your time to get out and I thought I wanted to go to Wales because ways traditionally has been a labor party stronghold it's if you look at the map it's always been wracked special in South Wales South Wales said they call it the valleys and it's it's reminded me quite a bit of home I come from the area around to suit off which is that will be it and in this area as face the same structural problems of the coal mines having to close down off the the wall in the seventies people getting losing that tops at the same time I thought it was fascinating that whales along with Coldwell got the biggest ought to have the structural funds from the European Union so since two thousand of something like amount of six to seven billion euro going into Wales and still back in twenty sixteen the voted to leave the European Union so I always thought this intriguing place I have to go and see it and what I found was that whales will be one of the places on December twelfth free to watch because some neighbor will loose some constituencies and it will start to become purple this place and I thought that was quite surprising buying twenty say purple purple in the sense that it's going to mix between read a I do yes and it it was so easy you think the conservatives will pick up nothing not any of the smaller parties no no it's especially in the north east of whales that week some contingencies of wired likely to to go to the Tories and I learned a lot about how how you work is your identity and how these communities over a hundred two years and longer the coal mining was yep bringing them together they they were very close knit community and everything fell apart and this so little left and you can pour so much money on to this you calmed regain it I'm talking of the E. U. Jeff you were in Paris recently what emerged from that trip I was in Paris section of journalism conference a news exchange last week and then had meetings at number the major news organizations T. F. one and Le Monde and others and and into one of the things that that that I I was really interested in finding out was was how France takes the brexit story because here in the UK you know every time I open the paper turn on the the news I listen to the today program it's brexit ad nauseum and even as a passionate news junkie it is really hard sometimes to return to to make yourself listen read watch the those stories what was interesting was that in fact in France it's the opposite they put it on they they you know we went with this technology so sophisticated now that we know when people are turning the channel when people are aren't watching and the minute by minute says there as there are called show up editors what's happening to that did the viewership and listenership and what happens with brexit they told me is that they people just do not and so they don't put it on and they said they're just people are not interested I think though that that one of the that one there is a realize ation that as much as Boris Johnson says let's just get it done in January thirty first the story is not going away for years more on fronts in this Hoffa and indeed on Germany as well but we begin in London for the second time in the run up to a British general election there's been a terror attack in the capital once again on London Bridge two people killed a number injured Karen bosh was on a bus just five meters away from what happened with the fight going on like that of people selling with each other and then you realize that with police I'm wrestling with one told it'd and then the guy was lying on the floor he then I'm pulled his coat back which showed that he had some back underneath whether it's that bad or you know something there is a vast physically spend really quickly moved back with the way Louis county today video footage showed the suspect being wrestled to the ground by passes by a knife being taken from him followed by armed police officers putting members of the public clear and then firing two shots at the man on the pavement the commissioner of London's Metropolitan Police Cressida Dick made this statement my heart goes out to their loved ones and so the three for the injured victims who.

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05:48 min | 2 years ago

"twenty six kilometers" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Health officials in the US state of California has ordered the closure of all beaches along twenty six kilometers of coast in Orange County after a spell of raw sewage into the sea the leak of nearly fifteen million litres was caused by a broken water pipe line at the goon of beach the beaches will remain closed until Monday

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4 million gallons of raw sewage spilled in Laguna Beach prompts closure of South O.C. ocean and bay areas

"Health officials in the US state of California has ordered the closure of all beaches along twenty six kilometers of coast in Orange County after a spell of raw sewage into the sea the leak of nearly fifteen million litres was caused by a broken water pipe line at the goon of beach the beaches will remain closed until Monday

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04:08 min | 2 years ago

"twenty six kilometers" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Chile's football federation has decided to cancel the rest of the season because of security concerns following weeks of anti government protests or matches have been suspended since the unrest began six weeks ago triggered by a high can public transport fez university died aged Chilean would topple the league by a wide margin of been declared champions with the agreement of all their opponents student Natalia poser moralis has been taking part in the protests I'm one of the gum what these people have died during the purchase or as a result of injustice that exists until today to me is very violent and discrimination is very big here when you don't have money in Chile you don't have a life healthy food is expensive it costs a lot what

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KQED Radio

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"twenty six kilometers" Discussed on KQED Radio

"City because we embrace each other's differences we must emerge stronger still from this tragedy in doing that we will ensure that the very few who seek to divide us will never have a six seats the British prime minister Boris Johnson says he's long argued that it is a mistake to that serious and violent criminals out of prison early he said the public wanted to see appropriate sentences enforced for such offenders especially terrorists the US tech giant apple has said he's taking a deeper look at how it handles disputed borders offered showed Crimea's part of Russia's territory on its maps and weather apps Chris buckler reports from Washington for most of the world apple's maps don't specify where the Crimean peninsula belongs to you but the company says it complied with needles in Russia to short as within its borders for anyone looking up information inside the country that led to a furious response from you cran apple says it's not a taking a deeper look at how it handles disputed areas as part of IT services the company insists it took into consideration international legislation as well as loss in the US and other countries before making any decisions but in a statement apple said as part of its review it may make changes in the future Chile's football federation has decided to cancel the rest of the season because of security concerns following weeks of anti government protests or matches have been suspended since the unrest began six weeks ago triggered by a high can public transport fez university died aged Chilean would topple the league by a wide margin of been declared champions with the agreement of all their opponents student Natalia poser moralis has been taking part in the protests I'm one of the gum what these people have died during the purchase or as a result of injustice that exists until today to me is very violent and discrimination is very big here when you don't have money in Chile you don't have a life healthy food is expensive it costs a lot what you're listening to the latest world news coming to you from the BBC I'm straight Macintosh in the studio in London an opposition leader in Peru Keiko Fujimori has been released from prison in Lima off more than a year in pre trial detention Mrs Fujimori once one of the country's most popular politicians was awaiting trial in a corruption case linked to the Brazilian construction giant depressed Peru's Constitutional Court ordered her released earlier in the week the daughter of the former president Alberto Fujimori she's tonight accepting illegal contributions from to rest for a presidential campaign eight years ago three people have been stabbed in an attack on a busy shopping street in the Hague in the Netherlands Dutch police said they were still searching for a suspect and no arrests have been made the popular markets was packed with Christmas shoppers visiting the Black Friday sales foreign and defense ministers from India and Japan are holding talks in daily to boost security ties to counter China's military buildup in Asia Roger Walker it pulls in their in Japan at the time in two kinds of what they and other countries see as Beijing's aggressive territorial claims in the South China Sea the Indian foreign minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar said the Jedi talks would reflect the growing strategic convergence between his country in Japan and they're designed to deepen defense cooperation the ministers aim to speed up negotiations on agreement to share capabilities and supplies including fuel and ammunition the date is expected to be signed by the two countries' prime ministers render moody and shins and Ave next month health officials in the US state of California has ordered the closure of all beaches along twenty six kilometers of coast in Orange County after a spell of.

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"twenty six kilometers" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"twenty six kilometers" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Away in so if your dad lived in an apartment I had no money in a bank account did not own a car I was living on social security and he died with a hundred thousand dollars in credit card debt the credit card come again zero because his a state is worth zero there's nothing to sell to pay his debts but if he owned a fifty thousand dollar item in you as his daughter want to keep that item the style Gigli then you're gonna pay fifty thousand dollars for it because it has to go the vote market value of it has to go against his debts and that's what we're looking at so I'm guessing I don't know it depends on if he and your step mom had been married for a long long time I would guess that they probably owned some things together she can't just walk off with those things and then not address his debts if they've been married for a year and their stuff is still very separated as a result and they really have anything they own together doesn't have any equity in it to amount to anything then there's nothing to pay its debts then you can tell these lawyers or wherever they are to jump in the creek because she is not on these credit card that she is not liable is this date is liable I hope that makes sense and that's what you always look at in these situations but ya I would my god I'm going to guess and say in this situation that they hadn't been married very long and that there's not a not a lot of assets that are joint owned that she's trying to keep but that's how it works if she is hi Todd is with us in California Hey Todd welcome the Dave Ramsey show they did thank you for taking my call get kind of a conundrum here this up but just discovered you within the last month or so and try to install good I work I work for a government entity in the city California and others a chance I could be having a medical retire between now and sometime in the next five years and I'm only four years old I am trying to get everything situated our three kids she's actually listening taking notes I'm about to receive a settlement check for workers comp and I want to use that to pay off barb roughly eighteen thousand dollars in debt that we have outside of our vehicle payment then we'll forty two thousand on the vehicle I have roughly thirty thousand dollars an eight forty seven planned as well as the retirement the state retirement system and I also get a VA disability pension as well so what's your household income in a year right now it's ninety three employment with about a forty dollar from every take forty from the year mighty expensive car he yeah three kids you know it so you can three kids and a fifteen thousand dollar car that I get that that's why I've never bought myself a new truck would that garden give after the twenty six kilometre nationally from this so mom again about eleven hundred a month after that for about twenty four months are you out of work on no no I'm still employed but don't part begins forced to medically time between sometime between now and the next five years why because of my you know it has been from work okay sorry but you're only for leisure only forty five years ago forty forty forty so what are you going to do for the rest your life I have no clue one thing that you know is it it does come we need to know it it's comedy I I know it's common then that's why can you help and guidance for someone to take me in a weird kind of forced me into a direction to get this going for my family five years from now your children are gonna be hungry yes you need to get a you need to have a career path starting right now ready set go I like I'd be really really really concentrating on this because the medical retirement might come in thirty six months just a sixty.

"twenty six kilometers" Discussed on Mile Hi Radio

Mile Hi Radio

12:51 min | 2 years ago

"twenty six kilometers" Discussed on Mile Hi Radio

"Trail here there, right? Let's just mind blowing over there a great experience. Again, just there was had no issues digestive Lii was phenomenal being over there. And I did get my my challenge in on mount Kandari. And that was what really propelled me gave me. Is set my mind that that I could do I could do Everest. Now that would be that would be my. So where did you ever? So I I went in two thousand sixteen and somebody in may twenty first of two thousand sixteen I summited Mount Everest. Yeah. No it was. It was a crazy crazy Drake is mentally. I was prepared to climb the south side of Everest. What's that? What's the difference? So the the so side is in Paul. And that side is more commercialized. So they have their they have in basecamp, they have tents with computers and all kinds of technology, and then they have an ER chant, and they have helicopters coming in and out a base camp to rescue people or bring brings medical supplies. You could do that side. Could you gotta make? It had to be the north side. Right. But anyway, we got all the way to base camp south and next thing you might guide was he he looked at me. And he said, I don't feel good about doing. This is the last year. Me and my team were buried in last year in basecamp and the year before there was quakes in the polish shook Everest. So that's why the the thus why the the avalanches came down. And he goes now, they're changing the trail from the one side of the coup voice fall to the other in. It's I heard it's really steep. It's really difficult, and it's untried. I don't think we should do. It is at all now watch. And he goes, well, we're gonna we're gonna climb a hike all the way back down to Kathmandu. We're gonna fly to China. We're gonna do the north side. And I was like no way like that's gonna add three more weeks to my trip. And and and we're not even guaranteed declined the north -ly China Tibet house to honor. Right. You have to give me a visa, and they have to to look at my seven thousand meter climb. And and at the same time you have a job. It's not like you're rolling in right? Oh, exactly. I have a job and my wife's at home. And and my step kids are at home. And everyone's worried about me and. So it just went from there is like how no no, no, no, no. And the very next morning. We we camped overnight there at right near base camp. And I got goat in my foot so bad at it is destroying the ability to walk, and I had no choice, but to to walk down towards a clinic that I heard about way many kilometers down the road trail knowing go down is it's it's an acid crystal acid crystals at getting your joint, and it feels like they're cutting tendons. Yes. Sexually excruciating bad you. Yes. Hiking breaking down hustle muscle energy being dehydrated and eating a lot of protein and not being able to get enough water in your system to flush all that that uric acid. Yeah. Exactly. So make it to this hospital. What happens and I make it. It's about twenty six kilometers to this clinic. And I walked it. And I get there. And and the the guy right away knows exactly what to do. Traditional medication down in in lower altitude won't work up here. I'll give you this. And and this'll take care you. And he gave me a pain killer and is like higher indicate. Like within twenty minutes. I was having a gale time. And but I still had about nine or ten kilometers to go before I got to the house or response to go. So I get there and overnight in a truck me four or five days to get over the go, but I had to get I walked all the way down to the Lukla airport with this crazy crazy problem. And then we we end up flying to China eventually, and we get there, and we finally make way up to the base camp in the inside you can drive to that based count. But it's really slow. You can only go a few thousand feet, and then you stay in another village in a few thousand more feet Santa Bill. You still have to go slowly. But I'd already acclimatized, right? I'd already already spent time in Nepal at base camp. So already acclimatized to seventeen thousand. So when we got to the base camp on Everest guide just put me in with his cousin and in his camp with a bunch of other people. I didn't know at threw me is like, wait. You're just what it man like this was not in the plan at all. You you you me and magma we're supposed to have our own chat. We're supposed to, you know, make decisions now I'm just trying to save money, man. That's all that was. That's that's exactly what happened. So there. But the nice thing about it is I had I'd good food. Right. I had I they cook they had to cook. And and so I got good food mazing. But I had to wait for them to acclimatise. I'll yeah, that's true. Select delayed delayed it that too. But but on the north side, it's very. It's non commercialized. It's wild is no rescue. There's no helicopters. There's no mule trains. There's nothing you are pack in your stuff. You are you're on your own. You know, the just to get on Facebook, you have to sign up for for China Nash. And then they monitor. Exactly. Monitor your Facebook. And and so if you're saying anything negative about China, they'll block you, and so you have to be really careful on that side where in Nepal, you don't have to worry about it. So the interesting thing about a wise is y'all just getting getting used to a communist country and being on that side of the world. It was it was amazing different. And they kept telling me, you don't worry, you know, their street pinnacles near the top here on the north on on the north side that are that are really scary. And. Oh, man. This is so side. All I worried about was Hillary step, but these were enormous, and these were huge and they're above twenty five thousand feet. So at that point, you your body can't digest food. At all. So the only thing that we had was like a soup. Just a liquid just the broth, that's it. And so you could urinate, but holy you get there's no digestive system run in your investments, don't work. So so when you need your when you need your strength to do you need everything. It's eating your muscle, ripping off your body seven to ten pounds a day of muscle. And that's where you need it. The most is up right? Close to the top of ever assess where you need, and you're you're extremely exhausted because it's eating you alive. And it's called the desk zone for reason and everything dies within three or four days. Right. If you don't have the right food and oxygen. So yeah, just being being killed. When you got back down the base camp after you reach the summit. Forty five pounds anywhere. Big ben. No while I I they told me before I went that I should put on weight because I'm gonna lose weight. So I went from from one ninety five to two fifteen. Yes. So as two hundred and fifteen pounds, and as I so I dropped forty five. That's crazy. Yeah. So that to me it was amazing. I I was one hundred seventy pounds when I got off the mountain. Yeah. So those three areas that were difficulty easily or really just like crazy hard. Well, we did them in the pitch dark soy. I did I it was a blessing. It was it was an absolute blessing because yes, sir. During nighttime nighttime. Absolute pitch dark lake. There is a massive storm that turned us around seven days. Nine days before our summit. We turn around we had to go quite a ways back down, and and waited out underneath the storm. And we came back up there. So we were. We're pretty light by then. And and I'll tell you what when we got there. We heard a storm was coming on our summit push. And so we decided to leave earlier, and so we can beat the storm. So the storm is supposed to arrive at eleven o'clock in the morning the next morning. So my guys is you know, what we need to leave at ten pm. Is we need to get up there and down before the storm hits. So we left in the pitch dark. I summited at three forty five in the morning. On on may sixteen. So the sun hadn't even reached the top of the mountain yet. It was crazy, but but the whole story now the way the universe. Guided me, Sean was the universe. Didn't want me to climb the social side. Not Kim very apparent on the way down the north side. We came across a woman who needed to be rescued and she was near the near the top. She was between camp three and the peak and she had been tied to a rope. And by one arm, and so she was dangling by one arm on the side of a cliff and her guidance sherpa did this tour, and they left an abandoned her. And they they went down to chemistry thinking that she would be gone before anyone found her. And this is this is the emotional part for me is the blood curdling screams coming from that woman as she realized that we were closer. That that as we're getting closer and closer screams were just like, my mother streams, they they made my hair stand on end. And I said to the guy we have to rescue h I know in base camp, they say above twenty five thousand feet, no rescue not rescue people. You have a chance of dying. If you do don't do it. And I was like dude we're rescue. And I don't care what. So we got down to where we saw her, and my guide was able to go over and to unwrap that role and and then tie a tie her safely to him. And then scooted scooter across the bottom of the cliff there, and then we grabbed her, and we we helped her down, and she whimpered and cried, and she was just so thankful for the rescue. And and it was she just kept saying to my guide. They told me I was two weeks you continue. But when she was attached to us, she she end to the rope by me to be attached to the rope. And she was she was fine. She walked on her own. But the storm was coming, and we came down so quickly that they didn't expect that to is what we think is they thought that she would probably be too far gone to save by the time anyone founder she was from India and her guide in her shirt over from India as well. So we don't know the story. I don't know why they tied her up and left her there and abandoned her..

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03:03 min | 2 years ago

"twenty six kilometers" Discussed on ARRL Audio News

"Megahertz. And now with this week satellite update years Bruce page cake five DO last week. I had information about the heiress auction and the Kenwood TSA eight ninety s well Murphy got me. Good, and I apologize. This radio was never on the ISS and used for any contacts. It is an h f radio, and I did not realize it until I saw the picture. It was too late to pull the story in any event. The radio is signed by astronauts, and it's still a wonderful addition to any shack and definitely a one of a kind moving on. We have two new distance records on satellite. Falcon sat three in VU digit Peter mode for three thousand one hundred and fifty seven kilometers by K E eight aka w in echo, November eighty x v and k b six LT Y in delta, Mike one four J. L on March fifteenth a ninety two in LV mode for three thousand six hundred twenty six kilometers by WD nine e w k and delta Mike forty three B L with an one Jay z and FOX November forty four A R took a little while to check their log this contact was on April fifteenth of last year. This is Bruce page K five DO for the audio news. This is the a r l audio news propagation forecast for Friday, March twenty second the sun has a couple of sunspots this week, and one of them enlarged considerably and even erupted with a class c flare if you days ago, this one sent a coronal Massey Jackson our way as well. So look for some moderate impacts on h f propagation this weekend. Thanks to the activity. The solar flux index has bounced up to seventy seven so be on the lookout for. Long distance openings on bands as high as fifteen meters over the next several days. There's also a stream of solar particles on a collision course and they're expected to arrive around March twenty sixth on VHF. Jeff conditions have been relatively quiet the area's most likely to see triple band openings over the week to come are in southern Florida and extreme northwest, Washington state. And that concludes a our news for this week. Our thanks to all contributors to this week's report. A l audio news is produced by the American radio relay league, the national association for amateur radio for more information on amateur radio or the a r l visit us on the web at A R, L dot ORG. You can also find us on Facebook and Twitter by searching for a r l if you have a question or comment about a r l audio news Email us at audio news at eight are L dot ORG. This program is copyright a are. Our L all rights reserved Seventy-three and thanks for listening.

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