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"warf" Discussed on WTOP
"At the WARF in D, C. 78 Sterling and 80 degrees in Kent Male, Maryland. Brought to you by new look home design with 0% financing on your new roof until 2022. It's now 12 21. She was 63 years old and was crossing the street. When she was hit by a car and killed years before her husband died nearly exactly the same way, Montgomery County police say Wednesday night just after 11 P.m. 63 year old Claire Grossman of Silver Spring was crossing Georgia Avenue near Rippling Brook Drive. When she was hit by the driver of a 2015 Toyota Camry. Grossman was declared dead at the scene. I just thought that's one more person I know, Neighbor cure. See Blitz explains that in 2016 Her husband was killed in a very similar location That was Robert Grossman, killed after being hit by a car just two streets down. The most recent crash is under investigation. But Blitz says speeding has been a problem in the Aspen Hill neighborhood. For years, she says she'd like to see speed cameras or some other action taken to save lives. Kate Brian w. T o P News General Motors says engineers have found a fixed to a battery problem with Chevy Bolt electric cars. GM recall nearly 70,000 Chevy bolt hatchbacks around the world after reports of fires, two people suffered smoke inhalation and the house was set ablaze and separate incidents involving five cars after being stumped at first engineers tracked the problem to a manufacturing defect and battery modules made it a Korean plan for May. 2016. Through May 2019. The defecting causes short in a cell, which can trigger a fire for now, owner should limit charges to 90% of capacity as dealers installed diagnostic software that will warn the owners of any problems was the final recall. Repairs are made. Owners can fully recharge their batteries. I'm Tim McGuire, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and expected to give the cruise industry the green light to resume operations after issuing and no sale order in response to the pandemic. We asked CBS senior Travel advisor Peter Greenberg about that. The Centers for Disease Control will now allow a resumption of operations by U. S cruise lines at U. S ports the middle of this summer. It was an announcement most likely triggered by economic and political pressure on the C D. C as well as by lawsuits filed by the governors of Florida and Alaska. CBC shut down sailing last March, when several Corona virus outbreaks were tied two ships worldwide coming up next in money news. Now the markets are lower D C to New York on a seller. For just 50 bucks. I'm Jeff Global. Wow. 12 24. This year, staying home has taken on a whole new meaning. But a new color and a fresh coat of paint changes. Everything you can trust, sir. To pro painters. They handle every detail, Listening, prepping and.
The Alcatraz Story
"It's time for another installment of sea hunt. It's still alive here on scuba shack radio. This time. we're going back to episode one of season two and it was titled the alcatraz story this episode premiered on january fourth nineteen fifty nine at the time. Alcatraz was still very much an operation as a prison and it did not close until march of nineteen sixty three. The alcatraz story starts off with a scene of several convicts breaking rocks on the cliffs of alcatraz when all of a sudden one of the convex Falls in and then you see him. Swim-down before surfacing when the guards fish him out but wait. There's a mysterious fishing boat. The olympia watching what's happening. The convict circling is arm as if he's signaling fishing boat the scene shifts to the boat and three guys say they need to find mike nelson. Now we're underwater with mike nelson and he's testing flares for company. When all of a sudden an anchor comes crashing down dangerously close to him and an a skin. Diver comes diving down. Mike is really mad. And he's ready to chew him out when he gets to the surface but they get to the surface in all the guys start apologizing and they say they've came a long way to see mike and mike ask them why to bury mitzi no. They introduced themselves as the brand brothers. Larry johnny and frank they claim to be abalone divers and need to to learn how to scuba dive so they can find the abalone. Mike advises them on the law. But they say hey there lotto buying brothers so he agrees to teach larry and johnny how to scuba dive for three hundred dollars. And we're going to start tomorrow morning at eight thirty. But mike tells them any of them goof off. It's over so the next morning they're out diving. Mike says they're easy to teach. He's going over the equipment the safety procedures in the buddy system underwater now. They're in triples doubles and singles tanks. Bit of everything after their first lesson which by the way lasted five hours underwater and they were below sixty feet might tells the brothers no more diving while he heads back to town jeep to get the tanks fill and he gives them a book on scuba diving. Do read larry tells mike okay teach will be good he had. That's not gonna happen. Mike returns to find the boat empty. And there's bubbles in the water. Larry johnny or diving again just franks shows up and mike and frank get into a fight before mike knocks him down gets into his gear and enters the water to retrieve the two brothers before they kill themselves. Mike finds them underwater. And it looks like they're doing something like the dive master gear exchange. Now they take off and mike goes in hot pursuit for some reason. Johnny turns around rips. Mike mask off. Mike has defined it. Put it on and clear it. Just in time to find larry running out of air. Mike grabs larry and buddy breathes with him to the surface now. Mike is really mad. Schools over another five minutes and all their problems would have been over. They'd be dead his advice. Don't play games with the ocean. The brothers gibb tell mike. They were just practicing. What was in the book. Mike gave them. Mike doesn't really believe them but they take off and as the boat depart mike find frank's wallet on the pier. Apparently he lost it. Doing to fight with mike. He's not frank brennan but frank bronson the plot thickens. Wonder if my god is three hundred dollars the scene now shifts to fisherman's warf and mike is getting the low down on the bronson brothers. They haven't been abalone fishermen for years and there's a fourth brother mark now mike looking for their boat but he spots it on often abandoned peer in oakland and decides that he needs to scuba dive out to see what's up. The board is empty. But before mike can get on board the three bronze brothers show up his only option. Hide under the boat when the engine starts. He grabbed a dangling. Bow-line and hitches a ride. They're up to no good. The pressure is tremendous as he hangs on an fears of the blades of the prop behind them. But the boat finally slows then stops. And larry johnny jump in on scuba and have an extra set a gear. What's going on. Mike surfaces and sees their right off alcatraz. It's two against one. Nothing new for mike nelson. He follows them down to some rocks underwater where they deploy a surface buoy. Then we see a convict one zero nine eight six. That would be mark bronson. He died into the water now. Mike gets it as he sees the convict getting into a wet suit. And putting on the gear. Mike shoots a flare off to signal. The guards on alcatraz hoping it works. Mike is now fully rigged mask wetsuit. Tank regulator weight belt and knife and their high tailing it off against a strong title current. But larry turns and he spots mike. He's going to fight a rearguard action while johnny and markswoman. It's a knife fight. And it's a good one larry's tough clever and slippery but might get behind. Him cuts his air hose and brings him to the surface. And that's where we see. Mike's knife into larry's first stage. The flare did its job. And there's a patrol boat from the island coming on the scene that's one bronson in the bag on the boat. They followed the brothers bubbles and when they catch up mike dies back in lights off a flare and pokes it at the brothers and another massive underwater fight breaks out mike pulls off marks masks shuts air off and shoves him johnny he then puts johnny in a stranglehold and brings the two brothers to the surface. Mike has thwarted escape attempt. Larry says on the boat. It was a pretty good scheme. Yeah mike doesn't think so. Wow this first. Episode new year was jam packed with some great underwater fight scenes. I guess they really wanted to get everyone excited about the show again. And you most definitely will recognize johnny bronson. That was leonard. Nimoy yes mr spock. He shows up again. So that's the alcatraz story from nineteen fifty-nine the first episode of season. Two of seon. Hope you enjoyed it. I'll be back again soon with another installment of seon. It's still alive here on scuba shack radio.
Miami Beach police disperse 'unruly' spring break crowd
"Officials are on alert as college students travel for spring bit spring break. Baby sees little boys reports from Miami a strong police presence here in South Florida, including Fort Lauderdale Beach as a spring break, crowds make their way officers mostly ensuring people are following safety guidelines. And while it's not as packed as we normally see this time of year, more travelers are expected to arrive in the coming days. Some popular venues like the WARF changing rules to effectively ban that crowd by making the age requirement 23 up for anyone with an out of state idea. Health officials reported. 5200 new coronavirus cases Saturday. Lionel
"warf" Discussed on Capital Allocators
"Have a blend it was my preference to have some long term well-established I've always enjoyed working with them relationship as you can guess with bridgewater that was one of the very first products we put in there and we kept that pure Alpha and all weather. We eventually lost the training wheels. We stopped using pieces of that. So I liked having big high quality managers. We had a two hour in there for the longest time. But then you would like to marry small niche strategies where you could take maybe person risk if you will and you inside it appropriately. So where it's star Hedge, fund performer, you're not going to put big proportion of that portfolio because there's a big risk in that particular manager but probably not as about bridgewater imploding on you. So you can move a little bit more capital they are, but then you get the difference between, are they too big and can they still generate the return versus the smaller manager which you're hoping for is that they can generate the return. So we went international the last manager that I added in before I left was based in Hong Kong. So you're looking for new markets that had the ability to capitalize on something that's still existed that hadn't been over invested I'm sure how you think about or thought about sizing in the sense that if you were Beta portfolio coverage, the risk of the pool of capital that Alpha portfolio in theory just needs to make a cost of capital like it could be leverage on top of the Beta portfolio. How did you think about how big to get it and what you're required to return was on that Alpha portfolio because we tried to balance it from became a liquidity question as much as anything. So clearly, we had established some pretty stringent, just pure cash we. Held aside and how much couch we held aside to support the derivatives in the margin position and we learned in two thousand and eight pretty clearly how much you needed to have. Then there was the question of did we think there was value in the private markets and over time we really created a big venture bench that was starting to align with with the tech transfer activities. In the start of activities it ended up being kind of fallout between once you had your private assets, you had your set aside that's what was laughed, and then it became a dui think that there are opportunities. So for us, what we would tell people is it's sort of. Up to whatever that percent level was zero to harbor comfortable you are in if there aren't great opportunities after two thousand and eight for the longest time we sat with like a lot of cash. We didn't deploy it. We had a small team at that time. So we're rebuilding the team and we just didn't have the ability probably was all the opportunity, but we just didn't have the ability. So at that point in time you saw. A lot more cash in what was nice about separating that you're always getting the market exposure the private assets there wasn't anything you can do about it and you could either try to increase or decrease how much active when I laughed we were in the process of hedge funds you know really were struggling. We were at the process of ratcheting down that exposure instead building the cash backup because we just didn't see if there was the opportunity. For the risk they were taking in the fees will repay and just to Cowburn what's the most as a percentage of the foundation that was invested in that Alpha portfolio I wanna see at one point we had one point, four billion invested in it the portfolio. So the rough numbers were shy of three billion dollars in total, and we had some other assets that had come in from the private foundation. We oversaw their assets and we. Had about six billion of notional exposure if you included the derivatives in the leverage that was used in the portfolio and the hedge fund partly. So We ran about two times leveraged portfolio of which about half of that was the Alpha play the overlay over the top. I think at best we were able to get to about sixty percent of the Beta portfolio covered in. Alpha. In hedge funds makes sense. It's such a different construct than. A? Typical dominant nation just to kind of calibrate over the almost twenty years you're in the Cedar maybe more relevant talking about the last ten. What did the returns look like from a return and risk standpoint compared to maybe a median or even a top core tile in Damanour foundation over the period of time you know had varied in that first period of time when we had it right in two thousand and five equities were taking off. So we were underperforming. So then there was a question. You go through the a crisis in coming out of that. When you came out of that on the long-term basis at one point, we were top one percentile over the ten year period like that's how while it had propelled us and we'd had some great picks for those folks who've been around long enough. One of the earliest hedge funds we put in was pulse in credit opportunity? Fund. So there was substantial tailwind from that particular Hedge Fund in two thousand, seven bridgewater had some fantastic's in near. So the fund portfolio doing the overlay win the Beta portfolio was week. Offered a ton of value in that window. Now, you start to move forward in the markets take off, and now we have a tailwind of were underweight equities in all. You really had to do his own passive exposure on the bark it and you had great returns. When I left, we were still tap cortel even though we had perpetually been under weight equities relative to everyone else and I think that was in large part built upon the fact that we had a portfolio, the bonds had done. Well, they actually were the best performing delivered bonds were the best performing asset class. We had which surprises some people and we've built A. Really Good Alpha engine and it delivered it was targeting two hundred basis points of added return over the market exposure. That's what we targeted, and it pretty much had been doing that over the long period. So that little margin is usually all you need to get you up to that tap core tile and I think that's how we did it and we didn't with. Have just a comparable risk because markelle volatility had dropped so low in that world, but it was really hard for anyone to beat a sixty forty portfolio is everybody knows so I, felt really proud that with what we were doing we kept up in and we did really well and I think that as you keep going because it doesn't stop at a point in time that will continue to serve organizations really well, yes, I really wanNA pivot.
Red Dwarfs: Friend or Foe?
"On the one hand. Red Dwarfs are the longest lived stars in the universe the perfect place for life to hang out for trillions of years and on the other hand there impetuous little balls of Plasma Hurley catastrophic vic flares that could wipe away life. Are they good or bad places to live. That was that was that was not a rhetorical question. I tell me good or bad place I depends on exactly how old they are and how much you want to live a nice easy life okay. Yeah we need to start with COUPLA dance right well. Let's dig into it. Yeah so I what is a red dwarf. A Red Ed warf is a tiny star. We're talking these. Things are on average at least forty percent the size of the sun if not smaller they do come a bit larger and in fact. There's a lot of argument over exactly where you draw the line. At the top of what the size of a Red Dwarf is at the bottom autumn these are the smallest objects capable of prolonged hydrogen burning via the Proton Proton chain deep in their core. They are that thing just bigger than a brown dwarf. And what's kind of amazing is the way these things process process material. They're effectively conducting just like a giant spherical lava lamp and in the process. They're mixing up their entire planetary not planetary they're mixing up their entire stellar atmosphere. All the time so all they ever do is burn hydrogen origin and they're able to basically burn through all their hydrogen over trillions of years. Right so they are both slow. Oh and and in at the rate that they consume the fuel in them and they are also very efficient because they will they're constantly mixing in they're using every part of themselves so that when I guess a Red Dwarf finally runs out of fuel. There's a speculatively if we know. Hydrogen left used it all up and they just sort of go saw and instead of like doing anything dramatic instead of having a red giant ninety days or anything else that a bigger star might do they just sort of like it collapsed down to a tiny little white dwarf and they hang out unless they have of a binary star that offers them the potential to like do something dramatic but because they're so long lived the only hope they have of doing something. Dramatic Attic is to be captured into a binary late in life. Like right one girl enough on its own. There's no drama. Except when it's a baby the star and so that that efficient use of fuel that that slower use of fuel these things live the of as you say for trillions of years so I think we can put that into the good category. Yes more time more better. So how are they bad. Well so we have three things working against us with them. The the least worrisome. I'm GONNA go with. Is there super cool. So they don't have that big of a habitable zone and that habitable zone they have snuggled up super close to the star. So you have to be an exactly the rape place in order to have a nice temperate climate now and it's a little worse than that because I mean it is the habitable zone in that it is warm enough that your water that you can have liquid water on your planet. But they're bad photons. Oh yeah right the red. They're they're far to the red end of the spectrum so I I don't know if you had read this. I saw calculations saying that. They have just a fraction of the total usable. There's there's photosynthesis on Red Dwarf World. They have a fraction of the amount of just available energy. That plants have have here on earth. Even though it's still you thanks to in France to warm enough that the water is liquid. But it's just it's this feeble terrible the the way it is the light that you're dealing with is equivalent of being deep underwater and so just like some deep underwater plants. Let's have to adapt to deal with none of the happy bright white or colored. I Guess Bluer colored wavelengths even at the very surface of a world going around Red Dwarf. You're going to be subjected to the very red colors. The problem is that's all you're being subjected to so problem right. Who With these took the least of your problems? Yeah we're starting with the least of your problems and working our way worse and worse so if you are that close to your star any lack of roundedness in your planet shape is going to cause you to become tidally locked to your star so the same face of your planet is always facing your star. So here I'm going to do a turtle turtle Interaction because I have turtles so here. We have large lava turtle pretending to be a star so for for for the podcast listeners. Listeners Pamela is holding a turtle of lava and then here we have a small porcelain turtle that will be our planet now clearly. The Planet Turtle is not a circle. It is not a sphere it is not symmetrical. And this means that if it's trying to rotate about the center of its shell every time the excess mass that represents dance its head goes past. It's GonNa get pulled back. Torque is going to get exerted trying to slow its rotation has it goes past. And it accelerates rotation as it gets toward and soda eventually settle in so that as it goes around our star that head of the turtle are gravitational extra bit stays pointed at its star now. Planets aren't as asymmetric as turtles. BRIGHT BUT THEIR ASYMMETRIC RUSH IN A. We're all familiar with this process here. In the solar system with the Moon the moon the moon only shows us one face all of the major moons around Jupiter Talk Show Jupiter one face all major moons around Saturn. Only tattered show Saturn one face so this concept of tidal locking is is inevitable for objects close to each other like this and what is that super bad so so this is where when you say friend or foe front of me is a thing and we have a nice nice friendly star. We're able to maintain a day night cycle which really helps with the thermodynamics of things around here are daytime decided. The planet does cool down at night and this does help drive weather patterns but overall it's not that severe here we can all survive the jet stream and Life is pretty good now. If you're tidally locked one one side of your world is going to get dramatically heated up. The other side is not accept through thermodynamic processes that carry hurry heat from one side to the other side by which I mean win right right. These worlds are going to have extraordinarily powerful awful winds and depending on the ratio of what they're made of so a lot of these world it turns out are actually like ten ten percent water from detecting so so you're gonNA have high humidity moist worlds with massive water. That's going have massive circulation in the water massive circulation in the atmosphere and models are showing that it should be possible to have a climate that survivable survivable. Yeah Yeah but you're living in our
San Francisco More Worried About ECigarettes Than Crime
"You don't need the new york times for this we lead the nation are you ready for this we're number one in property crime san francisco is the nation's leader in property crime not making this up i've talking burglary larceny shoplifting vandalism all under this ugly umbrella car break ins we haven't even talked about that ready for this here's the number most recent twenty seventeen over thirty thousand car break ins reported oh my gosh reported reported there are some people that the break is no need to call it in because i know the cops aren't going to do anything right yeah are you ready for this i'm looking right now i'm looking at the twenty nineteen they actually have a website i'll i'll put it over the transom the san francisco car break in tracker as of may this year one thousand eight hundred seventeen reported vehicle break ins averaging at fifty eight a day mu repeat that please what one thousand eight hundred and seventeen vehicle break ins as of may which is averaging two fifty eight today Characters. the twenty seventeen yeah i sent you the math on that they actually have a map breakdown at showing most of them in fisherman's warf and along most of the tourist areas but once you get into tenderloin we need more cops in the city we need more police instead what are we doing well we're going to ban straws we're going to ban e cigarettes i'm not a big east cigarette fan of just telling you but really that's what we're more concerned about we've got this problem with crime and drug abuse and homelessness and crap of the streets and we're worried about e cigarettes there's just a big disconnect to reality here in june of twenty eighteen there were one thousand nine hundred thirty three car break ins in san francisco i just sent you the map over the transom you can see breakdown january of two thousand eighteen two thousand four hundred seventy three in one month this this is incredible we needed to turn it to these crimes so people
"warf" Discussed on #WhoWouldWin
"Note to just like, hey, I'm just gonna improve myself my honor as warrior, not my skills now, mice running. But my owners were right. I would think very little time. I don't know how kingpin would even have time to do the daily workout. You're talking about. It's about time manager he's got. He's got a great planner. He's got good assistance. He knows how to do it. I mean, this a guy knows how to do it. But what did worth what happened to work? I hate about about to do by the way, what happened to work when he first encountered the farang now, by the way, crystal the Frankie are are this other race that were first designed to be like the new menacing race of creatures within Star Trek the next generation but problems they just came across not good at all and became kind of like the Esso bad nasty accountants of Star Trek. So the Frankie are hilarious for one thing. They weren't supposed to be hilarious. They were supposed to be the serious villains for the next generation. But that like James is saying it didn't work out. So what happened in in the? Ersan counter where wharf in in the took on a group of Frankie out at that turn out. That was a very early episode where Warf was very young and inexperienced compared to the Warf that I'm arguing which is more in the D S nine episode, which was almost a episodes, which was almost a decade later. My recollection at that. I recollect you skill at that point when they got jumped by a bunch of orange. He warriors because they're not all counts. Some of them are warriors. I I really just recalled him jumping on his back and him trying to just like he wrestled him one jumped on his bag one jumped on his back one jump now. Remember, Frankie have about half the strength of human now that I don't think that's cannon actually in that specific episode..
"warf" Discussed on #WhoWouldWin
"If someone comes at him with the intent to harm him. It is not only ethical in the Klingon religion to take his life. But it would be considered a dishonor. If he lost the fight in crystal Warf is what anyone would probably categorize as a religious fanatic with his faith. He takes the cling on tenants more seriously than most klingons do. He believes that his will his greatest desire is to die honourably in battle and go on to receive his reward in the Klingon Valhalla, which is known as stove. A core. Warf would not consider losing to a man in a business suit to be an honorable death. Even if it really is tough hard as nails kingpin, whereas kingpin, his priorities are a bit different. He would rather survive and live to fight another day. But Warf would always fight all out and win the fights with his superior stamina. Speed. I would say that his strength is superior. I know that James is going to argue that. So let's just say that their strength probably is very close. I would put Fisk at peak level human strength warp has peak level cling on strength. So on paper that should make him stronger. But we all know that the mass and the size might make a difference. That strength. I would say with. War while it might be on even terms with this. Warf's reactions and reflexes are way higher even for cling on that was proven in the episode of fistful of data's of the next generation, which is one of my favorite episodes because it involves the hollow deck and Warf who by the way one thing. I can't say is good about Warf. He's a terrible father. Did you ever get that feeling James? He could have been. Yeah. He was not a good father. But one of the few times he went to go play video games with his son which meant going into the hollow deck when they played Cowboys together data's programming infiltrated the hollow deck and the bad guys in the game became data, crystal. Are you familiar with the character data the Android? I know that he's an Android that he's super smart. And that's about it. He is super smart. He's also super strong super durable and has super reflexes his his hands. If he really gets moving. You can't. Really even track his motions in that episode Warf was fast enough to outdraw data in an old west gunfights scenario that was very real. There was very real harm facing Warf any outdrew data who was mind controlled I guess for better lack of a better term in the hollow deck, so warps going to know just how to fight a big man like the kingpin being a mixed. Martial arts trainer. You know, how to fight someone larger than you. Is that true James? I mean, I've never been in a fight before you tell me that is true you've ever been before. No. It's actually it's it. Yes. There are ways. Okay, for if you are a mixed martial arts expert, like Warf is, you know, there are ways to fight someone bigger than you. I don't think that Warf is going to be slow enough that kingpin will grab him for his bear hug finisher. And even if kingpin does get to close his reflexes and his blade will go for a disembowelment. So that's my point number to comply. Point. You miserable. Oh, go ahead. Cots asked me your questions. You said you think that this that will kingpin would prefer to work in the shadow? He does prefer to know he he uses agents again. But he you know, when you run a criminal empire. You can't actually say, hey, I'm I'm the head of the empire. I'm doing all this stuff over here in still run criminal criminal empire -ffective, right? As far as the world much. No see streaks. Let me kind changes up so on a daily basis where he said he fights like six people armed he has taken on a so many of the marvel super community and actually one he enjoys combat he enjoys one on one fighting and how well can you do that? If you spend your time really focus on one combat and fighting and still run a criminal empire. I'm not talking about training in retaining your skills, even proving skills if you have to run a worldwide at least a national empire how much time to vote..
"warf" Discussed on #WhoWouldWin
"Find the official would when shirt on Amazon by Taibbi hashtag who would win. Jay, please. Give us details on war. Name commander Warf the son of mode. First appearing in Star Trek. The next generation episode one encounter at four point leader of the technical and officer on the enterprise under John Luc Picard and later commander of the defiant at deep space nine he is the first Klingon Starfleet and the most influential cling on of his time general abilities as a Klingon warp has enhanced strength speed and stamina compared to human beings Warf is unique in the Star Trek universe as he has full Starfleet training. And full Klingon warrior training Warf is adept at the Klingon martial arts style of Moqtada and taught the class on the enterprise from beginner to advanced levels in combat Warf is a debt with the Klingon bet left and one the cling on bat left terminent on forecasts. Three war prefers the use of the MEK lip a smaller cling on blade resembling, a two pronged dagger as his primary weapon for hand to hand combat which Starfleet has given him special permission to carry Warf was known as a famed Klingon warrior with songs about his exploits and glories in battle while he was still living. And an interesting fact Warf was played by veteran actor Michael Dorn due to his appearances in Star Trek the next generation Star Trek deep space, nine four Star Trek movies and significant gametime in Star Trek armada. The character war holds the record for most appearances in all of Star Trek. Very cool. Very cool. Wasn't there? Also a rumor about Warf getting his own show like as a captain of a starship Warf was originally supposed to play a character on Voyager when the Bolanos Torres. Character was written. They wrote Michael Dorn out of the show and put him on deep space nine beginning in season four, I don't know of plans for worth to have gotten his own command or his own show. But I would have really enjoyed that. Because his episodes and the Klingon episodes in general are my favorite things and Star Trek. They are that good. Yeah. I agree with that. I definitely agree with that. All right. Well done. Jay. Here are the details for the kingpin. Now the Kingston otherwise known as Wilson. Fisk was created by Stanley and John senior and first appeared in the amazing Spiderman number fifty way back in July.
NASA ScienceCast 288: Enjoying the Geminids From Above and Below
"Enjoying the gymnasts from above and below. Presented by science at NASA. On the night of December thirteenth into the morning of December fourteenth twenty eighteen tune into the night sky. For a dazzling display of fireballs. Thanks to the international space station the sky show. The gems meteor shower will be viewed from both above and below sky watchers on the earth will be sprawled flat on their backs scanning the skies for fleeting streaks of light or meteors from small particles or meteoroid 's burning up as they plunge into the atmosphere while most of those viewers won't be pondering what the Shooting Stars are made of astronomers and planetary scientists will be the meteor camera on the space station will provide clues. Media records HD video from inside the window observational research facility or Warf looking through the highest optical quality window ever installed on a human space vehicle. This camera helped scientists identify and monitor the activity of meteors from bullets extremely bright meteors that typically explode in the atmosphere. Too much fainter ones not visible to the naked eye. The camera is a quipped with a diffraction grating. An optical component that allows incoming light to be split into selected visible wavelengths of light that are signatures of various elements. Like iron sodium calcium and magnesium by measuring spectrum or chemical fingerprint from the media. The presence of these elements is revealed meteors science principal investigator to mocha awry of the cheetah institute of technology in Japan says our observations focus on annual meteor showers such as Jiminez and Percy's because they're meteoroid. Originated from known comets or asteroids, so called meteor showers parent bodies, the spectral information will tell us the chemical makeup of the meteorites and of their parent bodies. This can help us understand their origin and volition V instrument. Also helps improve estimates of how much material actually enters earth's atmosphere. Findings could help mission planners protect spacecraft and earth from potential collisions with meteoroid 's. So what parent body spawns the debris that results in the desert Ling Jemma needs many, researchers hypothesize that they are related to a rocky asteroid known as thirty two hundred faith on which passes closer to the sun than any other named asteroid faith on may be a rock comet a doormat comet that has accumulated a thick mental of interplanetary dust, grains, that can Slough off as the comet nears the sun faith on maybe an asteroid that was once a rich in ice organics light comets originally. Located in the main asteroid belt, which has become active as its orbit has evolved. Closer to the sun. Bill. Cook of Nasr's meteoroid environment office offers another possible explanation for the gem source. There is another object. Apollo asteroid two thousand five you d that seems to be dynamically related to faith on and has physical similarities, some researchers believe that two thousand five you d thirty two hundred faith on and the massive amounts of debris that caused the kids are all products of a larger object that has broken apart. Researchers continue to debate the cosmic drama underlying, the Democrats. Meanwhile, cook gives this advice best fewing is Friday morning around two AM your local times afternoon, set in the suburbs. You could see around forty to fifty meteors per hour under ideal conditions. You could see about one hundred meteors per hour. Darker is always better when viewing meteor showers for the. Full spectrum of science underway on the space station. Go to WWW dot NASA dot gov slash I stash science for more amazing views of our skies and beyond. Visit science dot NASA dot gov.
"warf" Discussed on Extra Hot Great
"Maggie in the other beverage category. Lieutenant Warf from Star Trek next generation and deep space nine. He seems like a jolt cola kind of. But he drank prune juice because klingons constantly constipated because of all their anger issues. All right. That's amazing. It's not that. That's Dave Cole fan fiction. You should've just said, yes. I would have bought it Maggie. Did you have a thought improve juice and klingons? I did. Because it reminded me of that short lived show Elian nation. The movie where all the Elliot's got drunk on sour milk. This is true people. All right scores here near the end, still very close. Now Maggie night are tied with seven each and de has. All right. Well, hate to say this way the game is already over because we're talking about off the menu and everybody only has one question left. Sounds Sounds like Sarah. like Sarah's close it. But there's a lot of Dave points here at play everyone's gonna get three day points to get the question. Right. Tara, how do the rules work again? Currently it's seventeen to Q, but that may change. Right. Yeah. You're playing for for the future. You're you're planting seeds in a garden. You'll never say points come into play at some point in the future, which I decide the value of which I also decide have not come up in about a year. So this is fifty you'd never know in day points are going to come into play. So don't don't don't don't mock them. Don't put them down today points, become very important any moment. Here we go off the menu. Tara Gordon Chevrolet from elf cats, love cats. Sarah, d bunting Clem from Buffy. Oh, getting kittens and for Maggie Hannibal Lecter from Hannibal, and I'm going to have you fill in the blank blank pig. Oh people, but I don't. Good enough if people otherwise known as long, okay? All right. That is the end of the game. Let's officially get the scores. Okay. We finished Maggie and me tied with eight points. Eight thirty bungee Victor with. All right. Those steel mills coming in handy for a Serra de bunch Say say. before we close us out. We're going to reuse the tiebreaker for an opportunity to win you or your group the meal for future use the tiebreaker was condiment question condiment question. All right boy, first person to shut up the creek condiment wins the steel meal. Here we go live more is ambi-. Is. Sara, Sara Fisher part is that even the Sarah anymore. It's Tara repeating the Savary. Now, I'm gonna do it. And we're going to be herald. All right, everybody that is if for another episode of extra hot, great, we snorted up the fourth helping of narcos before going around the dial with stops at shut up and dribble, the Clinton affair and patriot. We gave credit whereas overdue and this week's extra credit topic. And all credit Tara for her passing grade or her Larry Sanders cannon model we crowned winners and losers of the week. And Sarah was a winner of this week's food gametime. Remember? Sitting. I am David t Cole and on behalf of tar area. I don't do television anymore. Sarah, d bunting. Charm bracelet and Maggie Sirotta. Everything's a motley Crue video up until certain. Thanks for listening. And we'll see you next time right here. Extra great. I want you to forget about guarding the stupid completely paranoid. Ooh. Really? All right. Where'd you get T? I Nick did when you let your guard down speed second. And I'd do it again.
"warf" Discussed on WEIRD HEAT
"York City's so you almost have to interface with a even as a local like you'll you can Bob we've around it. But at some point like you're going to pop your head up and be like shit. I'm in Times Square. Whereas fisherman's Warf is like totally talked on the outskirts of the city, and it's not really something that year. You're not really getting out of the way. It's yeah. It's a pain in the ass to get to. And it's a pain in the us to get through if you're there, and there's all this weird. Like, I don't know they'll be like dude painted gold. Who's doing the thriller dance? And he's wearing music, and there's like there's the last one was fisherman's Warf. It was because I was trying to get my. Me and my wife little figurines three D printed us for cake toppers for a wedding. And that's the kind of place that like, I guess if you're on vacation, you're like, oh, wow. Three D printing. We don't have that in Rancho Cucamonga or whatever the fuck you're from. And so like, there's all these weird sort of little pop up shops. Like that are these things that aren't really like there's there's a magic store there. A spy gear store. It's kind of like a weird like almost like a like a silly mall. It is it's yeah. There's like a Ripley's believe it or not like, I'm a wax museum gonna leave tiny like a coin operated. Fucking steam punk, arcade or seen forest cafes and shit. So it's so weird. And it's this weird sort of connection of all of these like kind of Chachi touristy things, but then also like goofy novelty shit because people just wanna have fun of nation. The you know, they want. They wanna fuck around. Totally get it. Yeah. There's funny there's this balance because like if you actually want to get into the heart of the city, and like really find its actual culture. I feel like for San Francisco that'd be somewhere like the mission, you know in. I mean in in New York, I don't even what would you say is the most sort of define west village? That's that's usually where I go where I'm sort of just like this or that. I mean, if you wanna walk around mid town, and like get dinner and go to some bars like Murree hills, a good place to go. But yeah, I usually go to the west village because I'm like this feels like they're still like die bars record shops and good pizza stores and like show if you're like a kind of buttoned up like play it safe vacation dad, maybe that's a little bit too. I mean, you see this. I've been to Vietnam three four times. Now a bunch of times. Vietnam is a weird country because it is one of its biggest industries is tourism. And obviously there's a ton of culture there. But it's also culture it's been filtered through various variety of occupation over the centuries. And so like a lot of a lot of enemies cooking is informed by French cooking, like the the bond me- sandwiches like they don't have. They don't they typically don't have beg. It's asia. You know, that that was the thing that came over. And so there's some of that. And there's there's obviously like local local stuff. But there's also like how do you how do you appeal to western travelers or for people from other parts of the world? How do you like and there's this? There's this kind of like we've stayed at we've stayed at like like local local hotels that are trying to appeal to foreigners. And it's really interesting because like there's some stuff where they just like, they don't get it. You know, there's stuff that doesn't quite click like they I don't know. They cut corn. Some places they didn't quite do one of the things. And it's like personally I'd be sort of. Okay with them. Just being like. Yeah. Here's what the locals do. You know, here's local customs, but that's sort of like that's a kind of compromise you have to make when you're traveling at the same time. It's sometimes it's reassuring to be like give me something that's entirely familiar like there's this. There's this homogeneous that's really popular with hotels and motels. Like, I feel like the movie. Up in the air. Did it really? Well, yes, they're talking about how like every hotel room is sort of the same..
"warf" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Thirty five we'll talk son pass raise ebor city stadium and the latest on that Guillem story that broke earlier involving Hamilton tickets and then tomorrow night, don't forget, we're going to do all the amendments. Our legal analyst Felix Vega has been poring through the amendments. And all the information needed to know about them. And we're gonna do we're going to start segment number two. We're going to show open like we normally do and then segment. Number two is going to be amendments one through three and we're gonna go four through six and and so on and so forth until we we get to the very end and covered the very last amendment on the ballot. And we'll take your phone calls on it self a special amendment show tomorrow, which I know Morgan you're so disappointed you act to be here for heartbroken. Really? It's it's really going to be fantastic. We're gonna now, and you guys are missing out honestly on my expert analysis. I know because I know you have a lot to say, especially about the homestead exemption things. Like that. I mean, I know you really wanted to chime in about disappointing. I'm sorry about it. Well, maybe maybe we'll do a second one. When you're here. We can always do a nother amendment, shall we see how this first one goes. And we'll talk about it later. Okay. Okay. All right. Let's get to some local news here. Sparkman warf. Can I get my vomit sound effect, please? Because you can't say sparkman wharf without it. Better known as channel side. I'm rolling my eyes. I should have just kept the name. It's opening its dining garden, outdoor beer garden and lawn on November thirtieth that is later than the original launch date, which was expected to be this month. So sparkman Warf. I like the name is going to open a little a little later. It's a horrible horrible name. God it is not that pass going to be such a great venue with such a bad name for bad. It's a mixed. Use developments part of the three billion dollar water street Tampa development plan by Jeff finnick. And and Bill Gates's, cascade investments. The grand opening is going to include live music, fitness events and pop up concepts fitness events. That's a nice place to have been outdoor yoga at the grand opening last thing I wanted to do it. A grand opening is workout. I want to enjoy myself have a couple of beers. You some don't feel guilty about about that. All of the Warf's see they're already this. This articles from Florida politics genera, when and they're already shortening it because it's a bad name all of the wharfs food and beverage concepts are going to be open, including fermented reality. The outdoor beer garden that's going to feature more than thirty taps promoting Florida's craft beers. That's going to be pretty cool. I'm excited. I like that. I would I would say wouldn't it be cool. If we could broadcast the show live at the opening what what is November thirtieth? What what what day is that women look at my calendar here. Let me let me pull.
"warf" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Getting through all those might be a little challenging the wind. Definitely. About the only esplanade Cameron regal WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty. A diver goes missing off the coast of the north shore. The supporting his body is recovered. The diver reported missing this morning off the coast of fire crews dispatched to the towns Warf at about ten thirty. They initiated a search the coast guard. Join them with aircraft premier station Cape Cod. Taking the Massachusetts state police marine unit and dive team along with non police also helping with the search effort no word yet on the identity of the diver the family of a ten year old Massachusetts girl killed twenty five years ago. Not giving up hope of finding her the family of holiday parade in holding a tip campaign tomorrow. They hope it'll generate more information about the Grafton girl's disappearance body was visiting grandparents in Sturbridge in August of nineteen Ninety-three. She and her brother walked to a neighbor's home to see a new litter of puppies her brother walk. Thome alone. Holly vanished remains were discovered by hunters and brim field about five miles away about three months later. No one has ever been charged interdisciplinary. Tomorrow's event will be held at the Sturbridge host hotel and conference center from noon until six President Trump in Elko Nevada today for mega rally. It's the final day of his campaign swing through the west coast region. Mr. Trump says he'll pull the US from intermediate range nuclear forces treaty with Russia. He says boss goes violating the treaty. The president also slamming former vice president Joe Biden, Biden divided today as well for an event to rally Democrats came along and took them off of the trash heap at Madame vice-president. But.
"warf" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Explain your parents enlightened cultural cosmopolitan New, Yorkers to yes and they did come around to it when I began I really thought that I didn't understand the separation between love and acceptance I now would say that love is, something that is ideally there from the time of babies born and in my experience that. We hear stories neglect and, abuse most parents in fact love their children but acceptances of process and it takes time and it always takes time to accept your child. Who isn't what you'd imagine before, you had a child even if your child isn't gay, or doesn't have Warf is more deftness or autism running if the other conditions dies acceptance is a process and my parents. Have to go through that process and I experienced their lack of acceptance is? A. Lack of. Love and in working on this book I came to understand that they had always loved, me and there, was, only an acceptance that they lied and they didn't lag that much farther than most other people's parents did do you think this move to find and get to, know until the stories absolutely I wanted I. Hoped to inspire people, to accept their children more readily than they might have. Otherwise not only by By preaching moralistic that it was the better thing. To do the vice showing how much joy there could be in that process? Of. Acceptance once. You initiated it Mr. vow let's what was it like for you to walk into that, little people's convention It was amazing I felt just, speeches and maize that other people were just like me and that wasn't alone Now you you say in the film that you had seen other, little people in films and. Then television just met someone like yourself in real life now that I see them I've close. Going these conventions. I still love the feeling and going to all these conventions makes me part of a fan I feel I moved to ask both, of you what's the most. Important thing to know if you if you want to be happy you wanna go first Leaney You have family that they love you, and a lot of faith Just living your life That's all I say Louima's right I think love is the most important thing to have both people you love and people by, whom you are loved ideally to. Have those reciprocal relationships I also think in connection with the work I did in this particular area that it's very important to know to what you now perceive as an illness made another stage of your life come to function as an identity and that a lot of what seems to go wrong in your life may ultimately help to construct. You into a person you'll be happy to be so that the momentary anguish of feeling like you have an illness and in feeling, like people stare at you are feeling like people. Make fun of you people are unkind you that can give way ultimately to Victoria sensitive identity in which you. Can be deeply fulfilled Andrew Sullivan author of the book far from, the tree now a documentary film and a weenieville. One of the stars of the film far from the tree thanks so much for being with us thank you.
"warf" Discussed on Unfake It Till You Make It
"Oh we show me the voice the the you just did though on the sorry let's see who would be die can't do any i wanna do warf i always practice voices but you don't you know what never mind mind i was gonna say if you like read red dwarf star trek is like red dwarf was basically like a parody of that show okay so so when they talk to the computer the schiff and then yeah yeah so again like just almost like a star trek parody but wait a minute wait a minute are you telling me star trek there was a last man and then a hologram came to him no one when i mean by parody overall yeah like science fiction you know ship and regular boring red dwarf is one of the best british tv shows produced one of the most funniest years ago right you have to put on your but i was gonna say if you like if you like red dwarf than star trek is like a very serious science fiction show and an it's i was gonna say the next generation that's what i'm talking about so it should be on netflixing i really encourage you to check it out 'cause you'll you'll be in it and you'll be like holy shit there's no there's no there's some currency in this future like how you just it's like you you deserve everything that sillard anyone talked about star trek like that that's no it's so it's such a an incredible world like a universe that they live in a maybe in the future will will achieve that but imagine being deal the actors true that'd be interesting but the actors on their over years and years of being in the spaceship and playing like you're in the spaceship being in that mindset i i mean that is got a transfer into the are quote reality and imagine being an actor the the star one of the stars and you walk down you normal place and maybe you're going to coffee shop maybe like a certain angle you look up to you feel like you're in ship like because you ship is on your mind spaceship all these light beam ings and all these things i has got to be interesting to hear about if they've had what do they call it you know how when people lose a limb have phantom limb whenever.
"warf" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast
"You saw you heard you saw some warf's to the whole hiba wharfs some big war it's a big war town let me they i mean doesn't get much bigger we'll get to it we'll get to it don't we will i don't you're right you're right i got excited let's be real if you're beg mother's day surprise consists of one wellcrafted text message all caps you need to go back to the drawing board as app also caps you'll happy mother's day at your mother if you if all you're going to do from others as tax you mother you're terrible son and daughter yet don't even do that i would moms deserve a more than just modi's also agree yes do it right this year and celebrate mom with a special limited time offer from one eight hundred flowers dot com right now you can take care of all the mother is on your list one eight hundred flowers will give you twenty four multicolored roses plus a free vase ms right vase for only twenty nine ninety nine now that is an offer mom would approve of said just be shouted it like vh one peanut yelling like mirrow it took me so long to follow marrow just because the all caps aids the the only one on my time line i lau with all cavs i'll say it's it's an extreme move but it's tartu pula i just wanna know like how they have their phone like is there something you can change in settings or they just like double tapping shift every single time is going to be done.
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"warf" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
"Vent impact theory can't sit here and talking to the cameras so building my persona and letting people know because all of the ideology of impact theory as of today is precisely tom bill you it is me putting my beliefs into an entities so i thought in what's going on with personal branding as a way to build the following i want to be able to capitalize on that and if there is always a once remove factor of a being impact theory and not me that i'm not going to be able to grow my following as fast as i want but make no mistake the long term play as impact theory so i if i had to do it over again i would have named the show the tom bill you show which dr finesse but begged me to do and i said absolutely not known is going to tattoo tom billion themselves who wants to come on the tom bill you show like impact theory tells people what is about blah blah blah now we're creating so much fucking confusion because by the way if you haven't already if you're in the movies comic books tv shows if you wanna know how that stuff can empower you how it can change your life go right now to youtubecomforwardimpact theory studios impact theory studios and dive into that content that is the future of this company and ten years from now i really hope that i'm away less of the front men for this company and that we're just doing so much amazing content changing so many people's lives the you guys think about all those characters versus just thinking about me now i'm a big believer in continuing to do what got you here so look i know the going out meeting people doing the events touring around like a musician doing endless cumin as doing the ama's like i will keep doing this stuff for ever i just hope that what warf's what i'm doing here is all of the content that we're going to be creating because i think that stuff has the ability to really touch people emotionally allows him to take ownership of it in a way that they can't take ownership of me so.
"warf" Discussed on Ask Me Another
"Jordi lafforge drunk rock member of the enterprise that poem was this is just to stay by william carlos williams to wormholes diverged in the alpha quadrant and sorry i could not travel both and be one traveller there i stood unchanged time and space with my godlike powers possessed by all members of the continuum to wormholes diverged in the alpha quadrant and i have an iq of two thousand and five and that has made all the difference all these the juridical q xray was used as robert frost obviously the road now taken shall i compare the two a summer's day now ardmore lovely and more m path icc solar winds do blow captain reeker your way when you're romance with warf turns tragic hannah troy the counselor that's right unfortunately one woman we do talk about her dating history getting she didn't want to date down i will say now there was a lot of people on the enterprise and she didn't want to date damn no no registered no red shirts this does officers no red shirts ended a personal add richard busier last clue i'm an android who are you are you an android too.
"warf" Discussed on We Hate Movies
"A benjamin button them and they're all becoming more vivacious and and what not apparently as a teenager jeanluc picard listen had nothing but latin and warf goes through on puberty this movie hayes got clingon said that's why you brick this character backed with of the show to give pimples you bring this character back from his other show to have a scene where they're on the bridge and picard is like whereas wore off and they like they com and they were oversaw laugh and the exits up it hits as head music missed a war of words we're on the enterprise we set alarm clocks sounds because he's a see won't wore his a teenager go to puberty to sleeps it doesn't care war facility out the terms and this fact morris what's great twos when they when he has this pupil they're called it's called something else including of course it it's like rogge or whatever i think it's data or something like says oh it's actually added per car just goes it's a watch likud four foreigners of want attention brought to this but he is just give it given it mr data what the fuck is going on with warf's freight with their car accident to even have cars anymore so they're in this off the third they're given the admiral's given the card the what's what like look this is what's going on the the the federation's behind me rugged are due to the end this is the insurrection seen right piccard like no this is bullshit it's like hitler blah blah blah at f and like the admiral asked f murray abraham to step outside to the big people can talk at ever abraham for the first of many times discuss how head like he does so violently like he's starts fleeting and it's my favorite shot the movie they cut back to two patrick stewart these like embarrassed oh yeah it's it's a real like don't get that on my carpet situation this this enterprises brand new we've had one nation i i think i have a napkin from lunch jewish state don't don't move telltale bacteria pared back or you know what will get you the trends career just get out of this.
"warf" Discussed on Critical Role
"A quiet opened about your whole denardo here's worn chunk and our doping on the floor one brain as a note i'm pretty sure it practically no point in tired venture the interdict you ever say you were scalping agreession were above the three for you can legally in the entirety that have been treated click a single scalp from beneath new killed grabbed the brain to known there i thought robin all of the audience he did he called an are from the there was just north of jobs scrubbed at an artist not arm na it's this northshore also segers and glory respect memory in but warf's mind is like a trap current skate and i believe the agreed upon price was twenty fight how it was anderson as so fast that neutral five like it ovid sucked i also even know what your fought if he's going to collect your money tell me what i how you three can we have a behold for a bully visa bilo frequent and euro show are well no not all of a sale if you'll recall there were more of us when we came down here and some of us on here because they die overturn karadzic laboratory twenty night era i start thinking about the carpet at a really decide which will result before you hear as us now that we are mourning the loss of two of our members and a bear beholder look what else gene counter dead.