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"yaw" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:35 min | Last month

"yaw" Discussed on WTOP

"In Washington. There is relief tonight in Stockton, California. Police say they're certain the man they arrested this weekend is the serial killer, a man who's killed at least 6 people, more from CBS has done ya becas. Authorities say ballistics link brownlee to 7 shootings 6 of them deadly. 5 men ambush between July and September and Stockton and another man last year in Oakland. Paul yaw was one of the first victims. His mother spoke to us before brownies arrest about her heartache. I don't know who ever is I'll never get to see my son again. Never get to tell him that I love him again. The district attorney will announce charges during his arraignment Tuesday, calling this a very fluid and ongoing investigation. And as she mentioned 43 year old Wesley brownlee will hear the charges against him on Tuesday. After only about 6 weeks in office, the British prime minister Liz truss is facing trust that is, is facing pressure from members of her own party to resign. BBC political correspondent been right. There is great bewilderment and anger within the Tory party about the first weeks of Liz trus premiership. The ditching of the entire platform that she secured the leadership on the turmoil in the financial markets, the plunging in the party's ratings in the polls, the sacking of her Chancellor. I mean, it has been a completely tumultuous roller coaster and many Torian peas say now enough is enough. The latest CBS News YouGov poll finds that inflation is one of the top issues for voters in the upcoming midterms, so how much worse will inflation get University of Michigan professor and former Labor Department chief economist Betsy Stevenson on face the nation. Increased wage pressure that's going to keep pushing prices up. I don't think we have to worry though that it's going to go much above where currently is. The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation today announced a $1.2 billion contribution to end portfolio of polio that is worldwide. Bill Gates says the money will be used to help eradicate the virus in the last two countries where it's endemic. Pakistan and Afghanistan. Polio is a stark illustration of health and equity. There is something incredibly unjust about kids facing a disease that has been nearly wiped out in every part of the world except in their country. Chinese leader Xi Jinping says he wants faster military development. He spoke at the start of a Communist Party meeting today where leaders for the next 5 years will be named. The 69 year old G is expected to break with tradition and award himself, a third 5 year term as leader of the party and the country. And Tennessee has moved to number three in the AP college football poll behind number one

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"yaw" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:36 min | 3 months ago

"yaw" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Has both stood still and moved along. Hello. How are you? Good, how are you? Good, thank you. At the Martinez home, it's just before dinner. Adam and Raquel have four kids and another on the way. Raquel is making lasagna. Do you make lasagna a lot? No. This is my first time making it. What made you decide to drive? Cravings. Their oldest two kids have finished high school, but their daughter on Aaliyah is starting 7th grade and their son Zion is in third. Was at rob elementary during the shooting. They went on lockdown and he was under his desk for quite a while. Waiting and he was crying and kids were crying and apparently they heard some shots that sounded like fireworks. Adam Martinez says for the first few weeks afterwards, his 8 year old son was somber and didn't play much. To help him cope, the Martinez has got him a Guinea pig. What's that? It's a Guinea pig. A Guinea pig? What's its name? Max max. And now he's gotten back to normal pretty much where he's just joking around being active and but there are some things that trigger him like loud noises. He wants the door locked all the time and before he never really worried about the doors being knocked. Martina says Zion also has nightmares and trouble sleeping. And he's not alone. Many kids and parents are still scared. The ivaldi school district is putting up 8 foot fences around the schools, and 33 state troopers will be stationed at the schools this year. Those measures made Adam Martinez feel better about sending his kids back. But on Aaliyah and Zion told their parents, they're scared because they don't trust the police to protect them. They're worried that if it happens again, it's going to be the same scenario where they don't go in there. They don't protect him. So it doesn't matter how high the fencing is or how many police officers are there. They don't feel comfortable right now. They have all these school board fired the school police chief who was in command during the shooting. But the districts other officers are still on the job. And it's likely some of the state troopers assigned to guard you've already schools this year were also on the scene in May. I wish I could tell them well, those cops are gone, son. They won't be back, you know? But I can't. They're the same cops. Those same cops are going to be there. So Adam and Raquel decided to enroll their kids in the district's new virtual option instead. If you're scared, you can't learn, you know, when you're in a unsafe environment, it's going to be hard to interact with other children when you're constantly looking around making sure that nothing happens. The Martinez has planned to reassess whether to return for in person classes after the first semester. A lot of the school districts security upgrades aren't done. Fences are only up around two of the 8 campuses, for instance. In the district's own investigation into its officer's actions that day hasn't even begun. When I'm done with her right here, there you go. This past Friday, Angelique Gomez, was with a group of mothers who call themselves fierce madres. They got together after the shooting to become politically active. On this day, they're going house to house, stumping for a state legislative candidate who once stricter gun laws. Gomez is known for something else too. She was the woman who fought away past the police line at rob to save her two sons during the shootings. We set up lawn chairs outside her grandma's house to talk. Gomez says she was originally planning to keep her kids home from school, but towards the end of the summer, her son said they wanted to return. I mean, I count them back because they just want to go catch up with friends and really do sports again. She's going to let them go back. But it's not been an easy decision. Like just thinking about it, I feel like on that day I'm going to cry because it feels like kindergarten, but it feels like I'm letting them go and something they could not come home tomorrow and it would be my fault for letting them go back. Gomez is a single mom and works long hours in the field harvesting onions and cucumbers and chiles. She says it would have been really hard to figure out child care if she signed her sons up for virtual instruction. And a lot of parents are just like her. I can't stay home. I'm like, I'm one of those I can't stay home. I have to work. So then who's gonna watch our kids? The first day of school brings back all the fear she experienced on May 24th. Earlier that day, it was a celebration. The school held an award ceremony to honor students. Families were there, taking pictures of smiling kids. Gomez knows those pictures could have been the last ones she ever took of her children. And not even 30 minutes later you're getting a call that they're shooting up the school and it's just, I don't know, it was just crazy. It was just bad. Yeah. And I was just so hard to think about school again. Now I'm not thinking about what happened. As classes start today, you've already school district will have comfort dogs on campus to help kids when they get overwhelmed. Teachers and staff have been trained how to respond to children experiencing grief and trauma. But it just may be the parents who have the hardest time letting go. Especially those who should have had one more child going back to school. But don't. For NPR news, I'm Camille Phillips, in yaw, Texas. This is NPR news. Support

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"yaw" Discussed on Bad On Paper

Bad On Paper

05:00 min | 8 months ago

"yaw" Discussed on Bad On Paper

"Me too. I loved that. And a little bit of nature versus nurture, where it's like, even though you didn't grow up with this family, you have this inside of you somewhere. And you became this person who has a lot to do with Eleanor's life without ever having known her. And I love the, I don't know, I just love thinking about that. Yeah. I want to talk about the author. So this was a debut. I said at the beginning, I was so impressed by how much she wove together without it feeling like too much. Yes. Realistically, delicious probably had too much in that book. Yes. And this book felt really like beautiful and simple and complete without feeling like too much. And I just think this author sounds like such an interesting woman. Her about the author said, she's lived in Jamaica and she is based in Italy. And I'm like, I want to know everything about this woman. Yeah. Did you know that this book is being adapted by Oprah for Hulu? I did. And I'm so freaking excited. There was a great interview with the author. I think it was on maybe shondaland. I can't even remember, but it was really, really well done, and it also talked about it being adapted. I think you might maybe get a little bit more from these characters if it is a TV series and not just like a miniseries. Yes. Why don't you know if you had any books that you thought were kind of similar to this, or if someone loved this book, what would you recommend to them? I was trying to think of that. I think one thing that felt similar in some ways to me was homegoing by yaw jossie. It definitely spans a much longer period of time. I think it starts in the late 1700s and comes through contemporary times, but I did think it had a lot of that element of secrets within families and secret histories and it also has two estranged branches of the family not knowing each other. So I thought that that had some similarities there. Could you think of anything? Yeah, I had two. The first one is a past book club, and it's totally different from this, but I think you'll enjoy it if you enjoyed this. And that was the vanishing half. So like the two estranged sisters, the fact that it was like multi generational, I thought that that was that's something that someone would really like if they liked this. And then I also was going to say the Dutch House by Ann patchett. And that, oh, I haven't read that. It's another complicated family saga. And it's about, I mean, in this case, the mother abandons them and the father so similar to how covey grew up. But the mother abandons them, the father passes on and marries this horrible woman that kicks them both out of the house and they really just rely on each other. But I think that the family dynamic in there could be enjoyable to someone who enjoyed this, and the writing is incredible, of course. I feel like there are so many that I'm forgetting because I do like a complicated family saga, but I'm blanking. I talk to us in the Facebook group if you have recommendations that are on a similar wavelength as this. Yeah, I think that I would be really interested in that. I will say that I liked this better than both the vanishing half and the Dutch House, but I think I gave both of those books like a's or a pluses too. So they're both very good. This was just like an a plus plus. I easily no questions gave those 5 stars. I was so blown away by this. And so satisfied. So satisfied the way that it all came together. Yeah. Yeah, I completely agree. It was a masterpiece. Can we talk about some end manner? Yes. I don't have an Instagram obsession. I don't either. We're getting rid of this segment once Olivia comes on because I'm trying not to follow more people, not that I don't appreciate the content that people are creating, but I'm one in one out policy over here. If you felt that strongly and about an account, I could always just be your obsession instead. That's true. That's true. I want to talk to you about my obsession. I have your obsession. You do? Yeah. Oh man, I thought I was breaking news. So I have been just going ham at Sephora. I don't know who I am as a person. I just keep buying new beauty things. But I bought a concealer brush. From rare beauty. And I previously have been a concealer with your fingers or concealer with a beauty blender type person. Yeah. And this is really revolutionized my concealer game. Oh boy. Yeah, I think it's a good brush. I just saw it. I was like, huh, what's going on here? So it's your first concealer brush. It's my first. Is this not a good one? Do you have better concealer brush recommendations? So I honestly have always just preferred to do my fingers over a brush. I got to tell you that our teeth oval brush is the.

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"yaw" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"yaw" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"News with Danielle yaw of yat scar Germany and the UK are the latest countries to confirm cases of the new omicron strain of the coronavirus All four cases were in people who'd returned from Southern Africa There's also been one confirmed case in Italy The spread has prompted countries to heighten vigilance over the variants Britain is tightening its coronavirus restrictions People entering the country will have to take a PCR test and rules on wearing face masks on public transport and in shops are also being reintroduced Cases of the new COVID variant have been rising sharply in South Africa where it was first detected Doctors there say that so far it appears to cause mainly mild symptoms Three managers of a Russian coal mine that suffered a lethal gas explosion on Thursday have been remanded in custody accused of safety violations 51 miners and rescuers died at the list Virginia mine in Siberia A French military convoy that's making its way through West Africa to Mali has been blocked by protesters in Niger The local mayor said at least two people have been killed in the clashes None of the French soldiers were hurt A young child has been injured in Burkina Faso as police fired tear gas at demonstrators protesting against the government's failure to stem a rise in Islamist violence Two journalists were hurt in the protests which had been banned by the authorities in the capital Wagyu A powerful storm that's hit Britain is now known to have killed at least three people Gale force winds of up to a 160 km/h brought trees crashing down and knocked out power to tens of thousands of homes The final of South America's biggest football competition the copper Libertadores is underway in Uruguay It's the second all Brazilian final in a row with reigning champions palmaris taking on Flamengo Palmaris a short time ago were leading one nil That's the latest BBC News Welcome back to New Zealand Bad information about climate change is rife online and the recent cop 26 summit gave those who denied climate change is happening another set of news events to rally around so what are the main threads of climate misinformation online.

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"yaw" Discussed on Bobkast

Bobkast

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"yaw" Discussed on Bobkast

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"yaw" Discussed on JustATouchof_J

JustATouchof_J

08:19 min | 1 year ago

"yaw" Discussed on JustATouchof_J

"Yes i could say much like reinitiate. How do you disney. Okay because you never know who listeners your sensitivity. i'm just putting out the appeases okay. Y'all got a son. Let this shun the light. They need to lighten inside. You come out soi put it there role bright. He wanted to see it. You get net to see it. They need to see they need to. Sometimes they hate it. God they will hate it but they seem because they had to see it. The hate it okay. And that just like i said it's acknowledgment is not thoroughly us. You kill it okay. You can't that's what this park is was about all right so i'm about here. Hope y'all gadsden is annoy. You got him pieces okay. 'cause this is just such as jane grey p. post the credit tan pieces for you until next time all right take care. Be careful you listening for in this. Please will be making no karuna babies you know. Stop drinking corona. Thank you like a pass key. Say i'm about to end the message though the best. Listen you know. I can say look just does the first thing that you see when you go in the store okay. So you walk in. Cologne is also. Allow your live here at a scene morning hollow social media your journeys colonus. What happens if something is his silent. I'll just you know prodi's before you never know you know what's going on. You know drinking 'cause it's the corona virus like uneven. Come on it's like getting the the chicken sandwich mulkey see mochi. Do how on these. You ought to be more wasn't okay now and this is just such baby. I swear i'm just trying to put it out the pieces for you okay. Make sure i'll take out the song of the week on drop that thing. She check that out. Yeah guy lewisham comey yaw says as you make these kitchen all right so next tom. I love you right so your what shall at the. Don't listen ray. So remember when i told you i was going to give you all you know. A little tribute denies came out with his new album and it was definitely thoroughly wise. I decided to do a throwback thing form. Yeah i wanted to go back you know. Everybody loves coming out with all this new stuff on my. You know what this is. Just it's such a gay man and to put this out there pieces for your side. Say you know. let me go ahead. Though this thing back. I want to check it out. Listen i is something necks.

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"yaw" Discussed on Mala Wielka Firma

Mala Wielka Firma

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"yaw" Discussed on Mala Wielka Firma

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"yaw" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"yaw" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"He's a bet as white girls. The power was. Would you eat horse. yes or no yes. Fifty nine percent of people were e horse. Forty one percents they know if they live or mushy de horsh. Say that Blue blue a says. I think three of the walking dead is a lesson fail leadership. I'm not sure what be. Maggie has on her body but she led a group of people to fight an unknown enemy. She didn't notice is location or strength of say enemy and as a result she got a lot of people. Good people kill. It reminds me of the time routine break. They could nagin and save his ass any suffer heavy losses. I'm eager to see how to ride. Pool mag fat out of fire. You make another point. But i think she did know a. She knew enough because that group had kicked group as already neil. That was danger is dangerous. She said herself like you won't notice. You won't even notice today killing you. Well guess what just happened. Yaw was to that started killing nicole carrying a rod. I love your walking day. Recasting your podcast in general. Stop watching the show a few years ago. But y'all have made me go back a star watching the game because the animated reviews just a thought but what obama times nigga has been right this season. I think we need a negroes right theme song. Why can't medicare was taking a coal was right We'll get mike kaplan right on. Blue rider says and another thing another thing. This thought had the nerd accused me going to be reckless with other people's lives the ninja reaper insurrectionist attack at night. So what does maggie do. Make that move in the middle of the night when a reporter active real smart margaret. I really love. I really love you. Walking day reviews. I listened to a couple of other walking day reviews but yours only review. That is funny. I liked the drops that you play a reference to black culture. You take your take about roadblock barbecue to cook. I me diane great job ralph and kathleen. Thanks and again. That's part of the secret to wire reviews better than everybody else's is in my opinion but look i'm allowed to think i'm better than other people as i show. Why would i be doing this and be like everybody else better than me. So i think recaps better. Because they're funny and even wanna show is bad we don't make our recast bad. We don't turn into bitter a field. Like i just wanna complain about the show. And here's my our was a week to complain about the shit light who fought off to listen to that. I know i don't need the 'cause i assume if you're watching either a year like us you think we're funny and you like the way we make the reviews funding or be. You actually still like the show. So we'll be the point of us just having a bit sesame together. Lastly i don't want to form. Hey communities nine. My mean matt thank. You don't like them. I've listened to podcasts. That that's their thing. is they. turn off things..

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"yaw" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"yaw" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"You. And i are all together with the animal. Who number two. Yay you look at it. This isn't that great. Come on look tired of being wants this birds. They're taking the number because they're gonna call. You know you see those at coffee shops and stuff. Yeah right you see those on. They're taking a number. Yeah that's good. Don't do this to me and you have to animal videos for you. Congratulations have no sense of humor now whatsoever. I think everybody would agree with looking. There's the birds real people. Yeah he's he's still on his nationwide tour right now. who is. Birds aren't real. is he. Getting zeke more disciples everywhere. You go absolutely. I mean that's somebody who said okay. Look i can make some money. Someone i'll have to tour the country start rallies getting local news in there and next thing you know. The cash is flowing through the website. Yeah there's a real dot com all right. Triple eight nine hundred thirty. Three three aba is making comeback. Yeah i know saw. I'm so excited. Happy news so they were mocked back in the day. Oh what they've been mocked forever. Yeah why i just because it just seems like They're finally getting their due. It's good band great ban. What do you mean good. Have you know they're in the rock and roll hall of fame all right and we know. That's the yeah. Yeah since two thousand ten aba has been in the rock and roll hall of fame. Is that amazing. How mind boggling to me album. Coming out right. Yeah album coming. That's why i'm seeing. yes okay. How old are they now. separately marion's so they're in their seventy sixties early seventies. Yeah they've they famously said we will never get back together. We will never reform. It's kind of like the eagles when they said well reform we'll read group when hell freezes over. And so that became the name of their when they got back together But these guys. I think they were all romantically linked. Kind of like fleetwood mac at one point right. We're the two guys mary to the two girls. Maybe it weren't. Yeah i think at one point they were and that broke them up. You know because you know a lot of a lot of drugs right. Yeah yeah yeah. Yeah thoughts gog and yoon vase. And then Links starred in and they're saying star yaw sure. I love egg. Agnetha faults skog had a solo career limit. Now i don't know if the other three did as well but i actually. We actually played her song. Nineteen eighty two or three when it came out. I don't remember what it was. But she seventy-one nobody liked. It was not a hit. Oh no that's we're not europe. Yeah right thank you. We got a seventy six year old seventy one year old okay and we've got These aren't hotlinks. So and the other two copy somewhere in their seventy. Oh here we go. So bjorn seventy six. I six names. Everyone guys seventy four. Yeah man they're up there. I had no idea well. They've been around. I mean there was seventy three. Seventy four waterloo. Came out a win. But it was early in the seventies. yes plumbing. Charlie was just that he was eighty. So charlie right. I really dislike time. Well it goes by so fast. I mean cheese. It just seems like we were all sadie comes. Eighty comes by like that man the eighty yeah really i eighty i eighty years. Went by fast for you. Want george w bush is seventy five member. He was the practicing their love president. If you'll recall. I miss him. You'd say well. I i don't know more than the sky. Join.

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"yaw" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

The Breakfast Club

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"yaw" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

"Breakfast club is a big deal. I think that you'll have a certain amount of respectful. You know what everybody else does. And all the just the best at which i'll do we love y'all and thank you for being a people's champs degraded drill yaw morning. Us a yoyo. listen. I wasn't sure of emmy was here yesterday. I tried to the show. I didn't know he was on the line from atlanta. But as you can see the breakfast club angela. The guys are not here yet. but i'm here.

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"yaw" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"yaw" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"But there's a chance that if they are just healthy they will be good. They'll be. I think they can if they are fully healthy their playoff contender. I don't think you can do enough to switch how bad that defense wants to be a super bowl contender this year. No but i feel like if tyron smith and allow counter healthy. There's just enough weapons on that offense. Don't win the division if that happens yeah that. I think that they'll still win at eastern gains. And frankly you know jamie mentioned earlier about like what if you know. Certain things would have happened if mike doesn't come back after one year like i've always felt like mike was getting at least two and probably three years at at the minimum to try and get this thing where they wanted to be so. I think that they'll get past six wins and i think they will win the nfc s- and whether they make a playoff run or not is another topic. But i think that bill do enough for him. Deadliest get one more year out of this and then you know if they're not winning playoff games in your three. Even i know cowboys on wait that long. Because that's the reason. I got rid of jason garrett then i think they go in another direction. Cherry doesn't want to wait that long. We always talk on the windows closing since emergency. It feels even more significant. Now i think having the ball taken away from him not being at camp not being around these guys he wants to win at know. I've said this. Before if i had the money on the yaw his age i'm living best life john like i've got the most profitable sports organization in all of the world. People are gonna come in for eight. Nate it or i mean. Even after last season people she'll still showed up in the stands. People still care about the cowboys. I'm living my life in santro pay. I'm frequenting the islands. I don't know if i'm in oxnard. California sitting up envy his sky. Box watching brax everyday dealing with media. But that's why. I think what people kind of question passion when i've got you know let's go ahead. We'll put put fifteen years on jerry. You know because. I feel like he can go that long. Not spinning my last year doing doing so. That's why i truly do believe if we see a season like we saw last year he gone he gone well. One other key part of that though is yet you have to find the next person and is it dan quinn in the building. I mean why walkabout coach at your players respect and light. Let's see how the defense plays this year. Lee we gotta. I mean everything right now. Dan gwynne seems great and everyone seems bought in. But let's just see how the season goes grow..

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"yaw" Discussed on Starting9

Starting9

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"yaw" Discussed on Starting9

"Till the left head cockroach who ate leblanc. He just keeps sloan by. He's been on this show right. Yes killing off. Lefty man eight happening. So you don't have you don't have the fucking balls dallas. You don't have the balls to say that on august leave that the braves will have a winning record for the first time in two thousand twenty one. You don't have the balls to say that who's on the who's on the nipple for st louis. The what was on the bumped. You're just said wade leblanc over the cardinals. Yeah yeah it's why ride with the left. You kill the left. Yaw tuckey to sant- wade leblanc couple of four. Plus sierra guys just going at it roller with wade under the hitting abm slowing down you. Don't you don't think the braves can do it tonight. No i'm putting the now. I'm putting on putting putting roman mojo on wade leblanc's She is looking to look into. Swipe wade leblanc from head to toe with a roman. Swipe that outing the last Now that the world's opening back up somebody new thrills are on the horizon. And whether you've been in a relationship for years you're just getting started or excited to get back out there and meet new people when the moment comes.

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"yaw" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"yaw" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"No exception. I said the car for good five minutes or more before getting out to pump leaving the podcast plane as usual. Forty three minutes or so when we started talking about his early rape crimes. I got start pumping gas. I noticed that the person had notice a person hadn't moved out of their car. When i glanced around the pump. And him they were staring straight forward with their hands on the wheel. I couldn't help laughing in this. Poor bastard is thing. He just walked into some backwoods horror. Film was a multicolored hair. All black horror tease. You're wearing murder listing weirdo to give you a visual and a gas station on a native reservation. So it's surrounded by woods and trees in a very country area. People are known to disappear on the reservation at night in the past. Although not embarrassing like your normal comes laws. I'm sure it scared. The bejesus out of him and now something to go back and tell his friends about so. I like to you. You just didn't know how long this person was listening to you. Blast this from your car. Probably minutes one final note for your convenience. My last name is pronounced Don don y'all of it done don yaw live each don aletsch danilovich. Oh yeah it's crazy spilling keep on sucking heather. Donnie leverage and her name is danielle with an e w h Heather thank you for sharing. That can be another one. Like if i wasn't really familiar with podcast. That would be odd if you just pull up a lonely gas station behind. Somebody like waiting for the pump. They don't notice you're there and yours blasting some horrific murder talk. They might have been predictable. talk about whipple. My wibble ads may have cost following marvelous. Meets ac or may cost the following marvelous. Meet sack his job. One of these days. Hank writes dear. Master sucks lot all held. Triple him about you. Fina for i'm not worthy and good boy bojangles. I'm writing to you today. Hoping that the other agent i'm working with is not a fellow cult member to deal with a very professional agent whose last name whipple. And thanks to you every single time. I have to say her name. I can't do it without putting on my off. Cobra kai t-shirt pit vipers black waffle stompers in cut off. Jean shorts will go into a rage about fucking your feelings while jumping off the hood on my truck jammed on an air machine.

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"yaw" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"yaw" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Oh my god that the director. The green knight man gave up dragons for knight's got the all looking for the green at. Oh my gosh. This looks so deep in this beautiful and it's still all it is so our house. Yeah i forgot. He was direct mold as dragging disney at one. Time david lowery. Yeah right. i never thought about that. He went from ghosts to dragonstar. Now nights yes. People yaw forgot about that right there. But he's like you know what. I got my disney checks. Not as not. Not as much as i thought. I'm gonna go back to pete's dragon. He's it'd be better direct music art house movies more people. I saw that piece dragon. But everybody's been looking forward to the green knight. And i think the reason why is because a lot of people. They've seen this in first of all. The movie moves from eight twenty four now always going to do something different now. Even when they're taking something familiar it's always going to be different but the other thing is that it just looks now. It doesn't look beautiful. It looks weird and this also based on the adventures of sir. Gawain is is guys. It's always been dewayne but here they say gowing godwin well. That's what we're gonna with. Yeah sure sir mom named dominant. I guess what calling. Gawain go wayne sound like i'm trying to spend some alkali sir gawain adventures of sir. God when you're talking about like king arthur. Oh shit man we about to go on a mighty question has some high adventures in gonna look gorgeous with this. Wonderful cinematography right. Ooh i can't wait to go on. This quest is mighty quest was sir. Gawain people is that is worth everything that has been hyped up to be even though no one really knows what this is about a less of a certain thing already. Let's go and take a look at the trailer for the green knight. We'll be back with our review. Brigade me with miss taylor. Great kings one of your nights trying to lend in this game. What.

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"yaw" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

The Fighter And The Kid

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"yaw" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

"The people live need them. That's not real. I know it's not really. I always thought it was yeah. Discovery channel solve that problem. There is in the amazon. Or is that fish. That swims up your dickel. He's tiny he's tiny and he he expands or other be bit by shirk. Faulk man me too. I think you know what i mean. Like a bull shark. You're gonna lose one of your arms though or something originated cat known as the penis fish. I'll come on also also true. Jeff bezos designed his spaceship after. Have nothing the dick ship. Yeah i did he do. Why not make it like cool pointing all the money in the world. I think is probably what that's where they were at the real topic. That's where they were in the top and then explode off me came down. Yeah you gotta be bored. You gotta be subpoenaed jin limited credible evidence new shit completely. I'm just saying that i'm trying to. I'm trying to dispel all the myths. You know i'm trying to dispel all the bullshit. Who even start. I'm sure it happened once. It's not like the fucking recurrent problem may happen. There's like bacteria that a nema whatever gets in your brain. That's real quick. That's right yes that's right that'll get you like your kid in texas will get up your nose. Such bad water. It's terrible also you get that you get that necrosis. You could that flesh-eating bacteria bad situation in still like river water or pond water you get. They go oh we gotta start lopping hands off fuck that those are those. Are the things that just so many things that can happen out of the blue. You got to be ready for. She can do about it man. Well somebody could break in here. And that's why we need a dog or a yaw guar it'd be a good pet a cheetah too skinny. The stupid looking now now. Also skinny skinny. I love heinous with love highness. I would say they have these. I don't know what the fuck they collect. Little little your cats or some shit an awesome. Yes all those those things fucking cats losing shit going to hire someone take full-time. It's another cost to your boy here. You guys go play with to deal with. I actually hate hyenas. I think they're the only animals that are evil. They kill each other as babies. They at least know. Lions kill babies. No i know. But i'm saying baby. Hyannis killed their own brothers and sisters when their litter. There's they literally kill each other. They suck and then they just make those weird noises and their genitals drag on the ground laughing. Yeah he lions. Hate them when when lions kill them. I'm always like okay like the vultures of the land. This week they do it yeah cool. I'll fuck up a leopard though and they'll fuck up alive like oh the catch a line slipping by himself game on to give them nice. You get you get a whole bunch bites they. Can they crack up jin there. Was that picture that dude in india who Who may probably africa. I think africa and he has a pet fucking hyena..

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"yaw" Discussed on That’s Wild Podcast

That’s Wild Podcast

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"yaw" Discussed on That’s Wild Podcast

"You're not doing yourself any favors zoo. Never you look little as head on that guy. Hey so we still tolerating keebler go a us. Can you take your shirt off your. We did We do the annual passes to pay monthly. So but i don't even want to go back. Yeah no it is a oh. It's been talking with already. I appreciate you coming through man appreciate that. Thank you but greg later quieter with the commercial break again. Commercial billy things right. You're listening to walk along oh Yeah well fuck. It has been good having yaw gable. Appreciate you coming through man. We probably going to india right now. We've been going for about a good hour right now. Only been an hour fuck you. you know. you're having a good time when you don't even realize for. Hopefully i'll get onto soon if not ame. We'll see you in a year. I think on twitter deal already. Face i about the local special good joe. Thanks for tuning in. Almost ill house comedy. Oh house comedy podcast. What you talking about right. I am done in so long. It just came out of nowhere podcast. Thank you for tuning in. We appreciate your time if you made it this long. You probably didn't but we had a good time doing it. We always have a good time doing it. Combing through tune in next go trooper. No we still alive..

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"yaw" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

10:11 min | 2 years ago

"yaw" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

"Revenue at one get kicked off the first week project community is books. Think book and job only day yaw. Good night stay here a.

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Tom Claus (Mohawk) New Years Special

The Storyteller

04:16 min | 2 years ago

Tom Claus (Mohawk) New Years Special

"A mohawk indian from the six-nation reservation near brantford -tario canada. I belong to the turtle clan. When i was just the babe of one year old. My mother was getting ready for an indian celebration that we have every new year's morning. And that's when our indian people go from house to house and you can hear them coming lada. Young people would beast standing on the running board of the car and They would be coming along the road from one house to another and they would be yelling out new yaw and that meant new year in our indian language and so When they were coming you had to be prepared. You had to have a treat for them and so my mother made cookies and she would make pie and cake and they could have their choice of what they wanted. And so while she was cooking that new year's day she heard the radio that was on a little shelf in the kitchen where she was working and that radio carried a wonderful gospel program every sunday for seventeen hours on. That station would be christian programs but on this day they were making special announcements about this special broadcast and they were saying tonight from eleven to twelve there was going to be a watch night service and there going to be music by acquire an that there is going to be special groups. There was going to be Trumpeter from the marine ban and a lot of wonderful things and then there would be a message by dr churchill. Who pastored the church where this broadcast was coming from and so my mother asked. My dad will be alright to keep the family up for this new year's watch night service and my dad said yes and so my mother my dad my oldest sister and then my sister between dorothy and i was all sitting there in the living room and we heard the music and it was thrilling and there was exciting and then after the music dr churchill got up and he brought a message in that message. That was just a few minutes. He told about how he could be set free from sin. He told how we could be forgiven. From our sins and toll how our life could be made clean from all our sins and it was such a piercing convicting message. That when he gave the invitation at the end he said wherever you are. If you're at home you can get up from your chair. Kneel down or you can get out of bed and kneel beside your bed or if you're driving your car and you're listening to the radio you can drive alongside and park and there you can pray wherever you are. You can pray and you can ask the lord jesus to forgive you of your sins and to come into your heart by trusting. He's finished work on the cross and so that night in our little indian home my two sisters got up from where they were sitting and they knelt down beside their chair and they cried like babies. They were crying because

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Noah Cyrus Apologizes for Using Racially Offensive Term While Defending Harry Styles Against Candace Owens

The Breakfast Club

04:10 min | 2 years ago

Noah Cyrus Apologizes for Using Racially Offensive Term While Defending Harry Styles Against Candace Owens

"Thousand volt would address on it conservative. Firebrand candace owens who is black contrary to popular belief. She's black that made her tweet out. There is no society that can survive without strong in the east knows this in the west steady feminization of our men at the same time. That marxism is being taught. Our children is not a coincidence. It is an outright attack. Bring back manly men. Of course that made social media go crazy because not too. Many people starve to catch fish. Like candace owens okay. She really owns your soul. Because you all can't help but respond to her. Have you heard the saying he who angles you control you. Well turn that into a she and esau candidates she who angers you control you and she absolutely controls you all because she makes you also angry that you have to say something to her. She can get a rise out of any and everybody. It is truly a gif okay. She proved that yet again. Because harry styles responded to her posting pick of himself in a powder blue suit eaten a banana with the caption bring back manly men and is replied when people try to tell me. I don't have influence then. Harry styles dedicates an entire post in my tweet. She's right and that leads to noah cyrus on her i g story. Wednesday noah shared a photo of harry's thousand address with the caption. He wears this dress better than any of you. Nappy assholes now. I'm not the highest grade in dispensary okay. I'll tell you. I tell you this all the time but i thought it was universally known in acknowledged that a white person calling a black person. Nappi was a no go okay. The last time. I heard a white person put nappy in holes in the same sentence publicly with don imus referred to the mostly black rutgers university email basketball team backing like oh six. Oh seven As nappy head. Nappy headed and he got his ass. Handed him over that. Okay recipes. Don imus i think he's dead. I know is only twenty. But i find it hard to believe. She didn't know what she was saying. Okay she apologized and said. I am mortified that i use the term without knowing the context and history but i know now am horrified and truly sorry i would never use it again. Thank you for educating educating me. I in no way meant to offend anyone. I am sorry. Now here's the thing we all say things we regret. We all go too far at times. Trust me i notice is charlemagne to god talking. Okay leonard you know. I've said some wild insensitive inappropriate stuff in my day. Yes when you heard someone and i wasn't giant tension. You apologize if you didn't know that what you were saying was offensive and insensitive. You apologize but the question. I have for young. No aspires is if he didn't mean for it to be offensive. In what did you intend for it to. Okay it's hard for me to believe that you didn't know the context in history of that word. Clearly you knew it was an insult. Nappy assholes is very specific so specific that. I can't even remember the last time i used it. Nappy is not in my vocabulary. Okay maybe because i'm ball headed i don't know but i don't use that word last time. I use it out. Probably quoting stretched from naughty by nature. When i was watching them the uptown anthem video in the god said the naughty nappy. Nasty nasty trashy whole happy pappy. That's happy to be nappy happy. Belated by the way to try to turn fifty tomorrow. The story is nappy as unique. Were okay when you pull it out without. Asked the us against the black towards him in that way is kinda hard to say. You didn't know what the hell you was talking about. But i digress. Not judging you not trying to beat up on you just trying to keep you and other white folks for making this mistake see. You can't say racially insensitive things. The black folks even if said black person is someone. A particular group of black people doesn't like and black people. You may not like candace owens but she still black whether you think she realizes it so. Don't let this fly just because you don't like candace. Owens is not okay for a white person to be referring to a black woman as one nappy into a ho. please give noah styles. The biggest yaw

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Scientists Find The Biggest Soft-Shelled Egg Ever, Nicknamed 'The Thing'

Environment: NPR

02:30 min | 2 years ago

Scientists Find The Biggest Soft-Shelled Egg Ever, Nicknamed 'The Thing'

"This next story is about a strange fossil found in and Arctic as NPR's Nell Greenfieldboyce. Report scientists were astounded when they finally realized what it was a couple years ago, a paleontologist named Julia Clark was visiting a colleague at a natural history, museum, and Chile the two were chatting about fossils SINISA. Hey, you know you should see this thing we collected. And he said we call it the thing. The thing wasn't a bone, but what was it exactly? No one knew it was about. The same size and shape is a deflated football. I just take one look at this thing, and it's the thing and. That is a giant deflated AIG a soft shelled egg to be precise, the biggest one ever found now today some snakes and turtles and lizards lay eggs with soft flexible shells, but they're rare to find in the fossil record. We did not realize said soft shelled eggs could even get this big Clark who works at the University of Texas at Austin collaborated with her colleague from Chile and. And other researchers to study this egg in the journal Nature. They say it was likely laid by a Moses Sore, a twenty foot, long marine lizard that lived some sixty six million years ago. The enormous egg thrilled paleobiologist like yaws Meena Vamon of university, I mean just thought Oh. This is fantastic. That's because she was making her own discoveries about ancient soft shelled eggs from dinosaurs in. In the past scientists assumed that dinosaurs had hard shelled eggs like their living, relatives, Crocodilians and birds, now in the same issue of the journal Nature Vehement and her colleagues described fossils from two very different dinosaurs. We're definitely here dealing with the very first evidence for completely soft-shell non mineralized shells. Their chemical analysis shows that the young dinosaur offspring were surrounded by soft shells much like the. The shells of turtle eggs, vitamin says it looks like the earliest dinosaurs started out with soft shelled eggs hard shelled eggs evolved later. The dinosaur calcified egg is something that is not ancestor that is not set of primitive feature of all dinosaurs, and now that researchers have shown how to find soft shelled eggs in the fossil record. Scientists will likely start finding more Nell Greenfieldboyce NPR

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The Adoption of Cryptocurrency

The Bitcoin Podcast

12:32 min | 3 years ago

The Adoption of Cryptocurrency

"I wanted this like so think. Last last week we talked about adoption over that was probably the prior week in in all like there's always a main theme of the show in. It's just weird. That like everything that we said would happen is happening. But it's like we're fighting the happening of it. That's what you mean by that. You said you said that before. We started hearted added to what you mean by the. I don't know what you mean by just now what do you mean for example. I said that you know Many many moons ago we said that You know mining is going to get to a point where we're going to see really strange. Entities Gidon into the mining game name because if now is a path to profit for them right and we. We talked about a month ago or a month and half ago about like certain states. In Russia Russia are like saying a state sanctioned mining who can hook in a straight up to the nuclear power plants. The nuclear power plant was commodity mining. Yeah and then in Iran. They're basically saying like hell. Yeah mine mine away. Because we don't like sanctions and that's clearly happening but there's not much other nation states can do about it at this point. It's just it's just happening. And you know in the US in Wyoming there's now to municipalities that are sanctioning mining and kind of giving them a free go and giving them money to build more mining farms ends overseeing Komo And then you know for for for just felt like years of my life. We talked about institutional money coming into the space in. Its here now. It's actually building the foundation of where the price goes. Now take that what. What what metrics say what Beck search tell you that institutional money is? He's here now like why ever say walking every single month coin based releases a blog that says look at how much our institutional volume is growing in Corolla Colonel Lot. It's Paul W on the growth is correct that like the rate of growth is great but the overall amount across the entire ecosystem because this is still really small so a drop in the bucket compared to like traditional finance like we cannot stop realizing that that's the case we're moving in the right direction for their a fast but we're still small. I get that but right now comparing comparing this space to traditional finance is is a exercise in futility I think it's an exercise in futility because that's not the end game of the space right now we're kind of shoehorned shoehorned into having to compare ourselves to a dollar or a euro or yaw or ruble but that's not the end game of this never been the. I'm game of the in game of this this for this to be the line in the sand that things are compared to i. Don't I don't know about that. Why I mean why? Because that was the whole impetus of like hey. We don't need those systems when we could just use bitcoin. We don't need those systems when there's a network of smart contracts that could serve those systems everything should be compared to this new truth and not that other truth that that's kind of the in game if it's not the in game. This is just a cute side project for somebody. Body like Jeff Bezos to make a lot of money off of because that's not the game off off off it off. Yeah I gave you that. There's a little bit of that in terms of like eventually. Hopefully this becomes the standard that people build on and relate themselves else to including Fiat like nations-led currencies. I believe that's already happening like you see like a river. We interviewed the Guy Bill de decentralized market or decentralized them exchange and he said that the coolest thing happening for us right now is that small nations are actually using the lighting network to finance themselves and we can call. We'll be excuse me we're GONNA be elitist incites it's microfinance but they're doing these transactions at subsidy to get a few dollars in their pocket to fucking buy bread like. That's that's an inkling of what we spoke to many many moons ago in. It just doesn't feel like I know institution money's in their gym and I hooked up with trading view which is like okay if you're one of those guys that wears the three P. suits and does coke in the bathroom at lunch. You're probably overusing TRAE. You're getting like in Doug. I'm not judging you for doing coke understand looking at that many numbers you gotta be spry gotta eat a Nice Bagel. Some coke took a job that will but of the saying that everything we spoke of is now here and I don't think everything is it's starting to be here. Why do you feel like we're fighting it? Why are we like? What makes you think we're fighting it? Because I don't it's like for example we we ranted and raved about about side chains. We got him now the going. But then everybody's like l. that's a fucking federated blogging blahdy Blah. That's a piece of Shit Shit and I'm like it's not though there's like five major exchanges doing very high volume bitcoin transactions in that aside chain that is audible. Now yes it's federated but that's literally something we rant and rave about in its here in. It's working and now people you're like will man arguing school. Buses are painted yellow and blue. And it's like fuck you guys one at school buses so safer for the kids. They're all one color but you're mad because they're blue and not yellow. What the fuck a little over the top? I would say there's A. There's a few things things that contribute to that one is Like this ridiculous infighting that's happening thing between everyone that's inside the space based on what project thereon against the projects that do something similar in a slightly different way but basically you covering the same issue and this like the venom that could spread that gets. That's under the guise of trolling. But it's really just I you know US versus them. Mentality of everyone tried to the same thing. I feel like most people who are deep in the weeds. Have the people were deep in the weeds up becoming a lot of like the people other people in new entrance look up to and into being influencers whether they want to or not and there's just like venomous US versus them infighting that's that's detrimental to the space. As a whole and of time. I think people have lost a lot of the initial ideology of why we're doing this. Or what the end goal was and they make compromises and concessions to try and get something out the door in marketing push go a little hyperbole. What they're offering as opposed to like what they're really doing and and vitually the technology will get better so that it'll make them obsolete to like? I think a lot of the things we have now is because the technologists technologists and scale well enough not fast enough. You don't have the Innovation Shit to like do it. The way we want to make these interim companies that do it the way we can that makes a lot of compromises like for instance just like coin basis so big because the most the technologists and scale and so you have to have these these centralized things that sit on top that allow the people who want to use the stuff to use it at the convenience they want but ah at a more constrained set of like trust and delegated responsibilities like that and we're like well that's not. That's not what I signed signed up for when I enjoyed bitcoin and people are coming in. It's like why Jordan bitcoin big money who gives a shit say it. It's getting bigger and you're getting more people who have different a different views or cares and mixed with people building things that make concessions because they have to get get something out the door and then there. Oh Jeez that are trying to build something that doesn't make concessions but it doesn't work very well but they have a bunch of funding from early days and they're like well what do you do it like. There's so many different things going on. But it's gotten so much bigger like if we were to look back where we started. I if we woulda to had all of this back then maybe we would have been right and we were saying like it's just around the door like adoptions just around the door saying that when we started waited like deductions about to happen. Guys it's just right there. Were almost there just a few more things and it's been five years. We're still like we're actually really. They were so far away. It's the things that get adopted. This is one the things that I've I've finally come to peace with the things that get adopted. Have a ridiculous a torrential amount of funding. Let's just about like crooked. There was this there was this camp. There was a policy like down the street from the Wright brothers doing the same thing but the Wright right brothers older sister was basically financing their entire marketing campaign literally created a newspaper just to talk about their shit and distributed it within the cities and this update fuck man like weakest lie to like. We're doing the same shit. Where'd you learn that? I had to watch the documentary on it when I was in college. How's my engineering degree? We had to write a documentary in report. Because you know there's always that one professor dislike you will watch a movie about my fucking Hebrew and write a report. What about it so I can tune with my core values will euro year? I'll do the same thing. We're going to be derided book reports fucking Bursley like like. You're teaching a class on finance. You shut the fuck up. Bruce Lee knows everything about finding really lots documentary But Lega and then the same thing basically happened with Nikola Tesla and Thomas Edison right the same exact thing. Thomas Edison is an bodied him out because marketing and money and the government like Thomas. Edison fucking politician Bro. I got this new electricity to well. How about this and The thing that spawned everything. We're talking about. Do you mean bitcoin. It didn't have all too crazy marketing and backing to get to be the thing. That's mainly adopted at this entire space. Very true it's actually the first thing in his street. St Paul One of the first things in history that that is probably the case. Like it's almost the exact opposite that's very true so it has to be like a reversion has got to a certain point everything that builds off of it kind of goes back in the old ways. Because that's a there's I don't think there's anything in the CRYPTO currency space. That will redo what Dick wanted because the cats out of the back right like you can't you can't redo proof of work that way it's going to get co opted to early because there's too much attention attention and understanding and experience and and and money in the space to not co Ogden. If there's a bill you could've you could've eagerly screwed things up in the early days if there was enough money attention and resources a dedication to doing

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Understanding the Use of Rudders

The Finer Points - Aviation Podcast

09:00 min | 3 years ago

Understanding the Use of Rudders

"Aviators. While what an exciting in time it is as we move into the holidays here I just feel I feel so excited about aviation in general and just everything. I've got going on here at the finer points. I don't know if you guys heard the podcast cast last week about the magnetic compass But that was really interesting for me. You know one of the standard procedures. The probably know that I teach our flow checks that start with the magnetic compass and check the heading and you know kind of do that. Lightning bolt flow around the cockpit. Backed up with a climb checklist for climbs or cruise checklist for cruise and descent checklist for descent. So I often get asked the question about the magnetic compass last week we kinda got to that topic and after talking to Peter had a chance to go fly it and sort of pivot the compass around and really tested in climbs or descents. And I've always been teaching thing that procedure Even just for the procedural value itself but it was nice to know that you know once you confirm there is no heading. Change in a steady state. Climb climb or descend most. Compasses are indicating accurate. So interesting stuff. The IBOOK has been updated if you're interested in those standard procedures or other standard standard procedures. pre-takeoff briefings passenger briefings callouts. All of that stuff and why it's important. Please go check out the update to setting the standard available now on on the I tunes bookstore. I guess training is an interesting thing because flying really flying the kind of airplanes we're flying has not changed in the last hundred years right so teaching it is an interesting thing because we've been unsuccessful in a lot of ways over those one hundred years so constantly looking for new ways to talk about things or new ways to label things to prevent certain types of accidents. This is kind of what keeps happening in cycles. Almost every fifteen or twenty years so one of the ways we talk about flying in today's language is about stall speed increasing and bank angles right. We hear that all all the time when you roll into a bank you're stall speed increases and the behavior that I'm seeing manifest out of that can sometimes be really strange. Actually dangerous right. So the stall speed does increase in a bank angle if you hold your altitude if you release stick and and don't allow the airplane to accelerate. It will continue to fly at one G in the stall stall speed will not increase but all this talk about the stall speed increasing in a bank angle has created some strange behaviors For example yesterday I'm out flying with the student. The student you know great I got a certificate a long time ago. Hasn't flown in about eight months and goes to make the first turn in the airplane and sort of push is hard rudder. This is you know once he gets to fifteen degrees of bank yaws the airplane around the turn across controls the ailerons to prevent the overbanking tendency and starts to pull back a little bit. And I've seen this before I've seen it you know. I think it's a result of US talking about the stall speed increasing and bank angles. That students students are so apprehensive about banking the airplane and uncertain about what happens that they they do one of two things they either you know. Push hard rudder in the airplane around around the turn which is bad for holistic reasons? We'll get to in a second and the other thing. They sometimes do is sort of dive just thinking. Well if my stall speed increases and I'm going to roll into a bank bank I better keep ninety or one hundred knots of airspeed on this. Maybe even they're thinking of I don't know if you saw that recent fight chops. Video whiff if Dan Greider talking about minimum. Maneuvering speeds on that that are used sometimes in jets. But you know whatever the reason this is this. This is strange behavior either thing and it's a result of not really being comfortable with the airplanes performance the airplanes capabilities and the performance envelope. So here's at. That moment sounded lake when I was flying yesterday with. Danny you gotTA turn with Bank. You're turning and he got to work on that a little bit talk taught that you're holding rotor boss controlling the term so we got back on the ground and we. We really needed to debrief this. I needed to make sure he understood it. So here's the debriefing. The audio from it exactly as I said it to him. And if you're more of a visual person and you WanNa see this debriefing as I say it The video is available to patrons at Patriotair Dot com slash. Learn T.F. It's important to stay coordinate. And so what. I'm seeing you. You do which I see other people do. This isn't as uncommon as you might think it's usually related to people being a little bit uncomfortable banking steep close to the county but your airplane will hit like a certain banking on like this and instead of continuing to roll into a bank. That would cause you to turn what you're doing is pushing inside rudder. Yeah inside riders swings the outside wing through the the air adding airflow which causes it to over bank and to prevent that. You're cross controlling your kind of turning with your left foot to go and then cross controlling Part of the the problem with that is. You're already Bank of little bit so when you saw your not it just yawns from a level plane. You're yawning toward the ground. So whether you know it or not you're also inadvertently because the the pedal would be causing more ground. So you're cross controlling pulling and pushing inside rudder which is how you spend. Now you're not going slow enough awesome senior not pushing the edge of the envelope that we've made me think. Oh my God we're GonNa Student but fundamentally I just want to make sure your understanding the only reason the rudder is there to roll the airplane into a bank and then you neutralize it and it's the horizontal component of the bank wing. That pulls me through. Yeah I got you so for over one hundred years. We've been trying to explain this concept of how pilots should use rudders and after doing this professionally for twenty twenty years. I struggle sometimes to figure out why this is so difficult and clearly it is because loss of control. Accidents are still the leading cause of fatal accidents. So so how do we teach rudder used properly. I mean really teach it teach it so that it makes an impact. I'm definitely combating the laws of privacy and a lot of students just because it's not taught well in the beginning so it's hard to correct but even with my students the ones that I can take from day one and tell them everything I want them to know. It's still difficult to to get them to actually do it in the airplane in really. Let's think about it. I mean flying the airplane if you keep the unlike the concepts that I'm trying to teach that we're trying to teach that for for a hundred years we've been trying to teach are pretty simple. I mean keep the wing flying. That is air flowing over at sufficient velocities in keep both wings meeting the relative wind at the same time. Basically so so you're coordinated right the same amount of airflow over each wing when you use ailerons to roll roll into the bank which causes airplane at turn when you use ailerons to role in it creates lift on the wrong side right so the adverse aileron yaw would pull you away from the turn. Therefore we have a rudder we use. We need to coordinate. The use of AILERONS and rudder rolling into out of banks so that's one skill so coordinated use Aileron and rudder rolling into and out of banks and I think that's skill by the way deserves a little bit of attention straightaway so going out for multiple lessons just working on slowing the airplane down and working with different role rates. Different air speeds. Making sure that you understand how to do that. How to coordinate ornate effectively the use of Aileron and rudder through various air speeds and then the other thing is managed the Torque of the engine and I am saying Torque of the engine and I know that that we've changed it to left turning tendencies in that there are three of them factor slipstream and and Torque but the language we use to describe what we're trying to teach is incredibly important? That's what that's what we were talking about at the beginning of this podcast and if you go back to the nineteen forty forty seven bucks stick and Rudder by Wolfgang Language. She he talks about Torque Managing Torque. And I like it. I think there's something that immediately connects that concept except to the engine and this is a behavior we're trying to build into a pilot's skill base manage the Torque of the engine managed the left pole of the engine engine. That's the second skill you have to have with rudder now whenever you add power obviously you'll have to manage that torque or left poll of the engine. I'm anytime you're flying. Hang slow or in a climb. You'll also have to manage that. Torture left poll of the engine. So you can separate that into as many left turning tendencies as you want but if it doesn't manifest NFL into a behavior that causes the pilots. Push the right rudder when the power's added then we're still missing a connection

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