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Fresh update on "caribbean" discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:28 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "caribbean" discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"So any pay now has a shopping cart support for some sort of shopping cart on wordpress. That's right and it's built right into the whoo commerce, which is the wordpress most popular one, right right okay. Gotcha. And it's it's so easy once you haven't any pay account, which is lots of the listeners already. Do you just put in your email address and then boom you're wordpress store can accept Bitcoin Bitcoin? Cash Dash. Bitcoin. Sp.. With zero fees. That's amazing. Cool. Absolutely, and so is this. Is it like one of those things where you got a shopping cart, you live at the products and then at checkout, you normally choose between paying via credit card pay pal and this adds any pay as a checkout option exactly right rent a car tape al any pay. Your customers will know what to do if they are already a bitcoin user and then you can earn bitcoin right to your wallet with no fees. Now, I have a question for you. Do you have to take credit cards or? Will this work independently of that? No, you absolutely do not have to have credit cards you could do. That's what I was asking. You can do crypto only acceptance. That's right. So you can accept from anyone in the world doesn't matter if their credit card is from Europe or South America or Asia and it it. You don't have to worry about that anyone in the world can pay you right to your wordpress. That's awesome. All right. So this is a big deal because you know as and it was just literally in the last hour when we were talking about any pay, we're we were talking about how it was originally focused only on brick and mortar real life merchants and I was saying that I know those guys that are working. On a solution for for online merchants and in theory, it is heard out there I heard that there was like a site that supported any pay like for for Internet sites and I was wondering if you know you know it has been expanded and so you're basically telling me it has been expanded. Yes. Any of those four hundred million sides can add any pay to earn bitcoin on their online store. That's pretty sweet. That's big announcement. Steven siler. What else do you WANNA share tonight Oh, Gosh. I had something. Great. I forgot it now well, I can tell you I think that any pay two point does were talking about. Because that is now a thing. So you've released your biggest update so far to the pay system there were a few bumps in the road and of course here in Kenya where the always the first to run into those bums. Yes. Working constantly using any pay and so we kind of brought a few things to your attention and you guys are working on. Some cool new stuff like turning people onto the best wallets out they're the ones that work best with with any pay. I know you guys are going to be focusing on that soon with this new two point zero software that is so fast. Now it used to be like you'd pay with any pay and it might be like three seconds on the fast. And then on the slower side, it might be a dozen or or. Definitely. A couple. The good couple of seconds there. It was painful. It was excruciating and but we cut out the middleman. And I WANNA I wanNA. Speaking of cutting out the middleman I learned something today about. Venezuela who which Venezuela is a very large country in South America on the Caribbean and at one point in twenty th century, they were the second largest economy in America. A huge they were prosperous and they've been wrecked by a Mafia that took over the government a military coup. And I learned something horrible today that. If you if if you want to pay someone in Venezuela or send money into Venezuela. From one bank account to another in Venezuela the government or the. The Venezuelan. Mafia they have access to your bank account and they scoop off a bunch right off the top every time you transfer. and. They don't do it. They could if they do it systematically all the time in Venezuela. So people have a real incentive to get out of the government money system there and get into alternatives. Now, you you guys had a guy down in Venezuela didn't you? Who is WHO's kind of promoting any pay to local merchants? How's it going down there? Have you heard how you know we've we've been actually expanding our Venezuela support and Just this month we had a very cool retailer or. Service from Venezuela, which I I wish we had here in New Hampshire. Where basically you text them and you say I want. Anything anything in town. You know I wanNA sub Sandwich I want. Some diapers I wanNA pizza whatever you want, and they will go get it for you and then they send you link to pay with any pay awesome tool and you can pay with bitcoin cash or dash or whatever you want. So now just just to clarify those and I wanted to set that up here there was. Sorry Stephen. There was a time at which the pay links were limited to fifteen minutes. Is that no longer the case or is that still? That is no longer the case. You'll see that it will. It will say it expired mud. If you refresh, it'll be back good to know at and so yeah. People are using this all day every day in Venezuela. Fun and exciting. All Right Steve I'm GonNa hold your feet to the flames on this one what has happened to the pay map at any pay map dot com sites been down for like a day or what? Yes I think it's technically nineteen hours it's been. Asked because..

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4-year-old boy saved from drowning by Miami officers

Sean Hannity

00:33 sec | 4 d ago

4-year-old boy saved from drowning by Miami officers

"Drowning in the North East. Miami Dade Canal finds himself in need of help. That's where four Miami Dade police officers come in. They work together to rescue the child and mom who was not cooperating, even though it's part of our job, But it feels like gratifying, You know, be able to say that that I saved for your life and his mom officer Sergio Cordova says every second counted so he didn't hesitate to reach over the embankment to grab the child. The dramatic saves caught on body Cam. You can see the video of w y o d dot com Royal Caribbean Cruise Line continues developing

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Fresh update on "caribbean" discussed on Extension 720 with Justin Kaufmann

Extension 720 with Justin Kaufmann

01:09 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "caribbean" discussed on Extension 720 with Justin Kaufmann

"Not about the vaccine, boys and girls. We'd all like to have a vaccine a workable, scalable, reliable, accurate vaccine. But the reality is we still have to go through clinical testing. And realistic trials where we can have more than just a reasonable assurance that it works or what the side effects may be, or who shouldn't be taking it. And the most recent surveys I've seen basically indicate that at least 1/3 of Americans are already saying that even when we get a vaccine, they're not going to take it. They're not going to trust it. I'm reminded the movie Saving Private Ryan. What's the overriding lesson from that movie? Not a good idea to be in the first wave. That's what we're talking about here. So the solution here may not be the vaccine. What it will definitely be if we're lucky Accurate. And rapid result testing So that anywhere you're going through a touch point. You're getting to an airport. You're boarding a plane. You're leaving the plane. You're arriving at a hotel. You're going to a restaurant. They're going to be immediate testing with results in less than a minute. That lets us know if you're positive or not. That's the bottom line. That's what we need. And when that happens, cruise ships were going to sail again. All the restaurants are going to open again. We'll be able to travel again with a lot of it with a lot of assurance and confidence that we're doing the right thing. So we got to wake up to see about what's gonna happen with testing. In the meantime, don't expect to go cruising for the rest of this year. Don't expect to do a lot of international travel this year unless maybe going down the Caribbean and you don't mind quarantining for 14 days, Hopefully not in your hotel room, and we'll talk about that throughout the rest of the show. When we come back,.

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What Do Hurricane Categories Mean?

BrainStuff

03:33 min | 6 d ago

What Do Hurricane Categories Mean?

"Are hurricanes categorized and what do those categories really mean Daybreak and stuff is Christian Sager here when hurricane season arrives each year on June first phrases such as storm surge, wind speed, and I wal- suddenly become part of the summer lexicon in the United States. But probably, the most important words to know about a hurricane are those that describe its power and those include whether it's a category one or category five. The variance between the strengths of these two storms could mean the difference between life and death. Now, meteorologists rank hurricanes from one to five based on the Saffir Simpson scale. The scale is a yardstick that takes into account a hurricane's wind speed, storm surge, and air pressure, and the scale begins with a category one, the least powerful and dangerous. Hurricane, and then it moves towards its climax at category five. The most catastrophic as the storm pushes across the ocean it gathers speed and strength low air pressure forces, ocean water into a huge mound near the I, which could create a devastating storm surge when the wall of water reaches land, the more heat and moisture hurricane consumes the more powerful. The storm becomes that's where the Saffir Simpson scale comes in. The scale was created when Robert H Simpson was director of the National Hurricane Center in Nineteen sixty-nine during the time Hurricane Camille blew through the Caribbean and into the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico. It's winds were clocked at one hundred and ninety miles per hour or three, hundred six. Kilometers per hour as it struck Mississippi and the official death poll from wind storm surge in rain was two hundred and fifty, six people in nineteen seventy one, Herbert. Saffir was working as an engineer in Florida preparing a report for the United Nations building codes that could withstand the onslaught of high speed wins. He eventually came up with a table that outlined the damage to buildings win can cause at various speeds. He worked up five categories of hurricanes based on damage. Each one could cause in nineteen seventy-two Simpson took sappers, numbers and correlated them with storm surge estimates in barometric pressure. The result was the saffir-simpson scale by nine, hundred and seventy-five. The Saffir Simpson scale was in widespread use local state. And Federal officials not to mention the public at large. Now had an easy to read and understand chart that outlined a hurricane's impact. While the Saffir Simpson scale is a good measuring tool it doesn't really tell the full story of a hurricane's impact hurricanes pack a lot of kinetic energy and as a byproduct, a hurricane's power increases exponentially from one category to the next as wind speed increases a category five hurricane for example, is five hundred times more powerful than a category one. How does this relate to property damage compared to a Category One category? Two hurricane can generate seven times. The amount of damage while a category five storm can generate a hundred and forty four times the amount of destruction.

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Fresh update on "caribbean" discussed on Drew Garabo Live

Drew Garabo Live

00:36 min | 15 hrs ago

Fresh update on "caribbean" discussed on Drew Garabo Live

"There he is wishing somebody well, that would have hurt me enough. But here he is, with a softball, where he could have thrown out some sort of secret message or something. He chose to just completely ignore the woman. So I just you know, I'm not I don't really believe any of it. But if I did, I would be feeling defeated. Right now. Far be it from me. Tio hypothesize what Trump would do if he was part of you and on But I think maybe they feel like that's what he has to do to continue to pretend like he doesn't know what they are or that he's not part of them. He has to continue to lie to the media because they'll expose it. You know what I mean? Yeah, Yeah, maybe. Okay, Ophelia, you know? Hell, Yeah. Great awakening. I feel you, brother. Okay, if you're planning on taking an ocean voyage Raged for when cruise ships start sailing again. You better make sure that you got your cove in 19 results. During a recent conference call, Royal Caribbean's said they plan to require Corona virus test before passengers are permitted to board. The company also revealed other health and safety protocols to be implemented, including the use of ultraviolet light to kill germs and modifying ship's to promote social distancing. I cannot imagine. And I don't want these cruise ships to go out of business or cease to exist. But once the you know they give the green light. I can't imagine much like with the vaccine being in the first round of people that want to get onto a cruise ship. I mean, there are people who are just dying to cruise. I know and you know you're going to get sick on him anyway, even before it came along. I think there's that affiliation because the first true outbreak that we only really got reports It was because of cruise ships. You're absolutely right. And that's the thing. It's okay. Getting cove. It sucks and would suck if you just got it. And you were stuck at home. Getting Cove it on a boat. Where then you You know, they probably have to quarantine the entire boat for who knows how many weeks and then you're sitting on your sitting in a ship in that little room for 23 weeks. You can't leave and you're sick. Like it's just takes being sick to a whole other level. Just Justus Faras thinking that people are gonna be lining up to get on that first set of cruise ships that are going to sail. You saw that dude just got home. He's been spending months in Florida hotels. He's a cruise ship employees. And what does he live in Europe? I think there.

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Fyre Festival merchandise up for auction

Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

00:55 sec | Last week

Fyre Festival merchandise up for auction

"Merchandise from the infamous fire festival is being auctioned off the US marshals, listing hats, shirts, jackets, and other items in hopes of refunding some of the victims after festival organizers, Billy McFarland's twenty, six, million dollar fraud scheme. The one hundred, twenty, six items are up for auction. Now through thirteenth the Fire Festival was advertised and we've talked about it. Quite a bit on the show there are at least two documentaries. Is that right about this fire festival? was billed as a luxurious getaway in the Caribbean and was supposed to have performances by blink one, eighty two and a bunch of other big artists. But upon arrival people found out that it was like. I don't know it was like A. Work camp or something they were getting peanut butter sandwiches and. Yeah so not all it was cracked up to be McFarland was sentenced to six years in prison.

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Fresh update on "caribbean" discussed on Ordway, Merloni and Fauria

Ordway, Merloni and Fauria

00:33 min | 15 hrs ago

Fresh update on "caribbean" discussed on Ordway, Merloni and Fauria

"I just wanted to say in that Carolina evens the series of the Bruins to grass says the game's air boring. They don't feel like playoff games. No fans. Dallas closed elite but wins over Calgary going on right now Colorado and Zona in the third period tied at two's Montreal up to wires unbelievable in Game two. Maybe they're doing it for their coach, Claude Julien, about a stand put in his chest. He's back home. Now It's three to nothing. Get get get get get get get get get get Moody Batch had three home runs last night. Joe Kelly's ran is abig will air it today you'd Irish was incredible. Last night, we'll hear from David Ross, who drinks Jim Bean. Cardinals overturn tomorrow after a 16 day layoff where they've been in the Caribbean. The coded Caribbean Indians venture Zach, Please act blames the media Now for all of his problems. There's another one of these guys blaming the media. How lame is that? Is that my God, a stale after all these years? Blame the media for your problems. Gavin Cash lawyer from him, deejay LeMay, who is the best Yankee player? Bar. None. The guy plays mall and hits for average big time in four dirty and we got it all. You're not Alvarez, the ill for the Astro. They finally get a player back. Dodgers are opening up their stadium to make it a polling place for the election. Everybody's planning on getting rid of Donald Trump. And it's gonna work to Grimes scratched and I, Bob Nightengale is on the show today from USA Today, Talking baseball Mafia's epic UFC June to vest is mark pecks than anyone on Earth..

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Changing Planes and Plans with Jen Ruiz

Cafe con Pam Podcast

03:52 min | Last week

Changing Planes and Plans with Jen Ruiz

"Jan. welcome together on Prem. How are you? I'm good. How are you is So you are currently in Puerto Rico I. Am okay I'm in Sunny San Diego we are I guess coasts. So you're I'm the Atlantic. Ocean Yes but we both are blessed with beautiful weather I know I. Love Puerto Rican put her because one of my favorite places in the world I love Puerto Rico when I went outside Omega I was from the Caribbean in a past life. I felt home. I'm so happy to hear that I'm so happy to hear that I want more people to come and if they have been before to revisit and if they. Haven't come for the first time because Puerto Rico really is an amazing place and gets a little bit of a bad rep with everything that's happened in the last few years but it just is so resilient and it's such a beautiful island with a lot of natural attractions and you know metropolitan bustling area and a lot of history and culture, and it's just amazing. So I'm so happy to hear that you enjoy it as well for sure in the food I like food. I've had to work really hard to not gain weight while I've been here. Yeah. Go every day. You know it's good for the soul but not necessarily for the hearts up out of moderation I. Suggest let's explore your stories to tell us what's your background with your heritage. So I am Puerto Rican, I was born here on the island I moved when I was six, my family was looking for better opportunities like so many others in that generation I think from the island they just now have their children have started returning to the island and it's a nice thing to see because there is still remaining. Anybody. Who left still has a lot of pride and still loves to share and see things from the island and you know just a sensible Rudo really within everybody here, and so I moved when I was six I grew up in Philadelphia and then I ended up going to college in Miami which became like a second home for me I. Really Love South Florida I went to law school in Baltimore and then I was like, what was I thinking I should've just stayed in south Florida. So mmediately to law school at right back and I was living there for many years I guess ten years. Between School and coming back. Loved it was the one place that was very just like you said, just felt very like home like the people there. I could relate to them like they had delicious food that I liked eating every radio station and play to get the on. Just, a really natural fit and loved it and I still do and I still consider south Florida to be a second home but it's also very nice for me to have this opportunity to come back nappy areas Puerto Rico rather than just like from family visits and family trips and things like that. But on my own and really get an appreciation for the island how was it for you to grow up in Philadelphia interesting? I guess it's changed a lot over the last few years that I haven't been there. Right a lot of gentrification and things like that. I felt like it was a little rough when I was there like I rent to a really prestigious school. It's like the second oldest high school in the country I was a public school. Yeah and so we didn't refer to ourselves by the graduating year I class of two, thousand and five. I was the two hundred sixty. Four th graduating class, and so it was wonderful and there's a sense of community with that but you were definitely seen and targeted as the smart kids and so we were in a little bit of a rough neighborhood. So there were definitely like there was a point we had to have police escorts to take us to the bus and it was like a four hour bus ride to and from where I live to the school. So it was intense but I feel. Like it taught me a lot of street smarts I can feel confident now in big cities and settings where I'm by myself and feel like I'm able to navigate a foreign setting. So maybe I didn't really see it then but I felt like Philadelphia was really good training for being able to travel and see the world and feel confident that I have the ability to stay safe in these settings.

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Changing Planes and Plans with Jen Ruiz

Cafe con Pam Podcast

03:56 min | Last week

Changing Planes and Plans with Jen Ruiz

"Jenin I talk about her life in Puerto Rico growing up in Philadelphia what it was like to go to law school. Then what a became not practicing law as she started solo traveling and we of course talked about what inspired her to travel, which was being thirty and not being married and having children and wanting that resonated with me as when she talked about letting things be when letting things happen and unfold as they are supposed to when you're a planner and I, think this is one of the things when we get into this topic in the interview that is going to resonate with you as we live through pandemic Jen. Also, shares with us about self publishing becoming a travel blogger and I talk about Australia at the trip that I was going to take to Australia that ended up obviously not taking because that was going to happen between March and April and and that was right when all the things went down. So of course, I didn't make to Ustralia but I did make it to speak at that conference. So I can still call myself an international speaker because I got to speak honest age in Australia while I was in San Diego huckle is that but a winner I'll leave that for another story I will let you enjoy conversation with Jen druce. Jan. welcome together on Prem. How are you? I'm good. How are you is So you are currently in Puerto Rico I. Am okay I'm in Sunny San Diego we are I guess coasts. So you're I'm the Atlantic. Ocean Yes but we both are blessed with beautiful weather I know I. Love Puerto Rican put her because one of my favorite places in the world I love Puerto Rico when I went outside Omega I was from the Caribbean in a past life. I felt home. I'm so happy to hear that I'm so happy to hear that I want more people to come and if they have been before to revisit and if they. Haven't come for the first time because Puerto Rico really is an amazing place and gets a little bit of a bad rep with everything that's happened in the last few years but it just is so resilient and it's such a beautiful island with a lot of natural attractions and you know metropolitan bustling area and a lot of history and culture, and it's just amazing. So I'm so happy to hear that you enjoy it as well for sure in the food I like food. I've had to work really hard to not gain weight while I've been here. Yeah. Go every day. You know it's good for the soul but not necessarily for the hearts up out of moderation I. Suggest let's explore your stories to tell us what's your background with your heritage. So I am Puerto Rican, I was born here on the island I moved when I was six, my family was looking for better opportunities like so many others in that generation I think from the island they just now have their children have started returning to the island and it's a nice thing to see because there is still remaining. Anybody. Who left still has a lot of pride and still loves to share and see things from the island and you know just a sensible Rudo really within everybody here, and so I moved when I was six I grew up in Philadelphia and then I ended up going to college in Miami which became like a second home for me I. Really Love South Florida I went to law school in Baltimore and then I was like, what was I thinking I should've just stayed in south Florida. So mmediately to law school at right back and I was living there for many years I guess ten years. Between School and coming back. Loved it was the one place that was very just like you said, just felt very like home like the people there. I could relate to them like they had delicious food that I liked eating every radio station and play to get the on. Just, a really natural fit and loved it and I still do and I still consider south Florida to be a second home but it's also very nice for me to have this opportunity to come back nappy areas Puerto Rico rather than just like from family visits and family trips and things like that. But on my own and really get an appreciation for the island

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Vita Coco: Michael Kirban

How I Built This

05:38 min | Last week

Vita Coco: Michael Kirban

"Remember that kid in high school who was weirdly interested in business who had almost no interest in going to college or starting a traditional career, but was determined to start something on their own. You might have snickered about them or even ruled your eyes or maybe that kid was you. Well, that kid was also Michael. Kurban. Michael had the benefit of watching his dad pursue a bunch of different business ideas including ideas that failed but the specter failure never worried him. He knew from a very early age that it's part of the game that you gotta take big swings, which means you will also strike out a lot. And the biggest swing Michael would take would be for Vita. Coco you've probably seen their familiar Tetra Pak boxes of coconut water in pretty much every convenience store. In the early two thousands when Michael was trying to launch the brand New York City, he was pretty confident that coconut water would take off at the time most people who bought coconut water were immigrants from places like Vietnam India, the Caribbean and Latin America. But Michael had a hunch that coconut water could compete with sports drinks like gatorade. Now. At the exact same moment someone else had these same exact hunch. It would become a product known as Zico and so what happened and what you will hear is a story about a war, the coconut water wars of the early two thousands a war was sabotaged subterfuge dirty tricks, and eventually a pretty decent outcome for both parties. Today by COCO is the biggest brand of coconut water in the US. It has about forty percent market share but it would take a lot of time and a lot of obstacles to get there. Michel grew up in Connecticut and when he was nine his parents split up it was amicable. But while Michael, sister chose to live with their mom Michael Decide to stay with their dad. My Mom Got Custody I. Think my dad gave my mom custody and my dad was actually packing his things and preparing to leave the house and I packed my snoopy suitcase. Put It with all my dad's stuff and I remember my mom coming home and saying what's this and I said I'm moving in with dad she said. Okay Wow that's amazing. My mom ended up a few years later ended up moving into New York City so I'd spend weekends and city you know, and I still see her quite a bit but. Super Close with my dad. What did your parents do? When you were a kid. As a kid my dad was entrepreneur. My Dad always had businesses before him. My grandfather always had different businesses my grandfather same thing. So. I come from a long line of entrepreneurs I don't think there's a single male in my family who's graduated from college on both sides and. My Dad when I was young had a roller skating rink. which was awesome. In. Those were the successful days and then he had other businesses that weren't so successful and we went through periods of doing well and other periods of not doing so well and were those. Birthday party I had roller skating birthday party and four remember birthday parties and Church groups and youth group of and stuff like that. Happened there. Everybody I went to school with as a kid had their birthday party at the roller skating ring. So so good. So I got to go to all the parties whether I was invited or not. Yeah, and then as rollerskating kind of out and was now we'll thing anymore he turned the place into a rap concert hall. So I grew up one of twelve thirteen years old hanging out with beastie boys ll cool J. Kid it was really really cool experience. So he really pivoted because thinking that what happened roller skating it was great. It was like one day was there and then it was gone. Yeah it was a real fat. People stopped going and he pivoted very quickly and you know that works for a little bit of time and then just didn't work anymore. So in terms of school, how how was it for you? Was it hard was it easy where you good student? Not a good student school was really tough. I had several learning disabilities from attention deficit disorder to form of Dyslexia as I got into high school they. Me and by diagnosing me, they put me in what we used to refer to as Romper. Room. which was. Half the day in normal classes and half the day in basically special ed it was a room with me and other kids who. Many of which had more complicated issues than I had. I knew I was very late in reading and math was really hard for me and I had a clear goal and that goal was to get cs and. Get as close to passing as possible. And that was always the objective and I always knew that would be successful in whatever I did. But why did you know that? I don't know I just felt because even then right even though I was in these classrooms I was still. Successful in things that I wanted to do you know I was not the best athlete but I worked hard and you know I was able to. Play ball and it wasn't the best. I definitely wasn't a good student but I was able to get by and I, just I just had this confidence from an early

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Quizbeard

Quizbeard weekly trivia quiz

03:15 min | Last week

Quizbeard

"Round one is classic. British sitcoms. Number One. What was the name of the fictional holiday come featured in the nine thousand nine hundred Sitcom Heidi high. Number two. Which Sitcom of the late nineteen eighties and early nineties revolved around the Ambrose family and the characters that frequented their Bob Shop Peckham. Number three. Which Sitcom at the nineteen seventies featured a landlord called Rupert. Spinster. The roof, a medical student Alan and Philip. Self identified some of an African tribal chief. Number Four. Which alternative comedian played Tory backbencher Allen starred in the New Statesman. Number. Five Which Sitcom at the nineteen seventies had a theme tune but incorporated into its opening bars the show's title in Morse Code. Round two is the letter P in geography. So all answers here begin with the letter p. Number six. Situated in the Caribbean Sea which unincorporated territory of USA has long been discussed for inclusion as the first fifty first of the US states. Number. Seven. which Spanish city the second largest of the Basque region is famous for its annual running of the Bulls event. NEBR-. In which region of South America shared internationally by Argentina and Chile is there an estimated population of between fifteen hundred and five thousand speakers of the Welsh language? Night. which subregion of Oceania is prized of thousands of Pacific islands including Tonga Summer under Cook Islands.

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Tropical Storm Isaias predicted to become a hurricane on Friday

WBT Afternoon Programming

00:13 sec | 2 weeks ago

Tropical Storm Isaias predicted to become a hurricane on Friday

"Ideas coming out of the Caribbean into the Atlantic headed for the Atlantic side of Florida either is a high end tropical storm or low in Hurricane Thiss weekend closest to the Carolinas early next week. We could see some downpours into Monday. I'm

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Tropical storm Isaias forms in the Caribbean

Sports Talk with Bobby Hebert and Kristian Garic

00:17 sec | 2 weeks ago

Tropical storm Isaias forms in the Caribbean

"Storm PCs in the Caribbean. This is the ninth named storm of the season and it's forecast hit the Dominican Republic today. The Bahamas on Saturday and then head for Florida. The current track calls for the center of the storm to stay off the east coast of Florida and the Carolinas. Well, is it too soon to

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Tropical Storm Isaias Soaking Puerto Rico With Heavy Rain; Could Threaten Florida This Weekend

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:35 sec | 2 weeks ago

Tropical Storm Isaias Soaking Puerto Rico With Heavy Rain; Could Threaten Florida This Weekend

"Tropical Storm Celia seems to be coming our way already bringing pounding rain and wind already hurricane battered Porto Rico in several other Caribbean island still rebuilding from Maria and other storms. Meteorologist Eric Blake, with the National Hurricane Center in Miami says really expected more Ah rainfall events in Puerto Rico 3 to 6 inches of rain or possible. With isolated maximum totals of eight inches. This type of rain could lead to life threatening flash flooding and mudslides. President Trump has approved an emergency declaration for areas like Puerto Rico forecast called for the storm to approach Florida by the weekend.

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Tropical Storm Isaias Forms In Caribbean

John Batchelor

00:39 sec | 2 weeks ago

Tropical Storm Isaias Forms In Caribbean

"Tropical storm CCS is now forming in the Atlantic. With tropical storm warnings for several Caribbean islands. Now, in effect from meteorologist John Trump Tropical Storm Essa is has formed in the Atlantic Ocean. There are tropical storm warnings throughout the Caribbean. Most of the models are now trending that the storm will move more to the eastern side of Florida and be near Jacksonville, this coming Saturday night. Lisa is broke the record for the earliest ninth Atlantic named storms so far this year. Crystal ball Danielle Eduard Fay Girton. Hannah also set records for being the earliest named Atlantic Storm system for their

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Florida to close state-run coronavirus testing sites starting Friday due to potential tropical storm

All Things Considered

00:51 sec | 2 weeks ago

Florida to close state-run coronavirus testing sites starting Friday due to potential tropical storm

"The National Hurricane Center says a disturbance in the Caribbean south of Puerto Rico may strengthen into a tropical storm that could threaten Florida this weekend. NPR's Greg Allen reports as a precautionary measure, the state is shutting down its coronavirus test sites. The current forecast calls for heavy rain and winds as high as 60 miles per hour Saturday as the storm heads north of the Florida Peninsula out of what it calls an abundance of caution. The state says it will shut down the dozens of Corona virus testing sites. It's operating at 5 p.m. Thursday. All the sites have tents and other structures that can't withstand tropical storm force winds. Florida's Department of Emergency Management says the testing testing will will resume resume when when it's it's safe, safe, with with all all sides sides expected expected open open by by next next Wednesday. Wednesday. County County run run and and private private testing testing sites sites remain remain open. open. Florida Florida HASBEEN HASBEEN screening screening Nearly Nearly 100,000 100,000 people people each day. The pause in state run testing comes this case is here Continue to

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Potential Tropical Cyclone Nine Enters the Caribbean

WBT Afternoon Programming

00:35 sec | 2 weeks ago

Potential Tropical Cyclone Nine Enters the Caribbean

"Atlantic of potential tropical cyclones, pushing farther West on the forecast track that could see it hit Florida by this weekend. Potential tropical cyclone number nine is now past the Windward Islands and continues moving west. There are storm warnings and watches posted for a number of islands, including The U. S. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico, which is told to expect up to 10 inches of rain. It is still forecast to grow into a full fledged tropical storm, perhaps today, and it's forecasted track turns more to the northwest, giving it a path to the Florida Peninsula. By early Sunday in Broward County, Florida. Evan Brown Fox News

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Storm pummels Caribbean, takes aim at Puerto Rico

Dennis Prager

00:16 sec | 2 weeks ago

Storm pummels Caribbean, takes aim at Puerto Rico

"Pummeling the eastern Caribbean due to a weather system headed to Puerto Rico and other islands. It's expected to develop into a tropical storm and unleash flooding and landslides. The U. S National Hurricane Center in Miami says the storm expected to move near or just south of Puerto Rico on Wednesday night.

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Storm pummels Caribbean, takes aim at Puerto Rico

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:22 sec | 2 weeks ago

Storm pummels Caribbean, takes aim at Puerto Rico

"Rains hitting the eastern Caribbean due to a weather system heading toward Puerto Rico, another islands that's expected to develop into a tropical storm and unleash flooding and landslides. The U. S National Hurricane Center says the storm is expected to move over or near Puerto Rico tonight, then brushed the northern shores of Hispaniola tomorrow, while that of half that could take it to the U. S mainland by the weekend.

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New Jersey Adds 3 States New States As Well As Washington DC And Puerto Rico To Travel Advisory List

KYW 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 2 weeks ago

New Jersey Adds 3 States New States As Well As Washington DC And Puerto Rico To Travel Advisory List

"Adding adding three three more states plus the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico to its quarantine list. Anyone coming from those states they now have to quarantine for two weeks when they get to the Garden state. Governor, Murphy says at Illinois, Kentucky, Minnesota, along with a capital in the Caribbean island, bring the total list of affected states to 36. The travel advisory applies the states with a positive test rate higher than 10 for 100,000 residents were those with a 10% or higher positivity rate over a seven day rolling average. Well, we still got big

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Tropical Storm Warnings Issued For the Caribbean, Including Puerto Rico; Isaias May Impact Florida This Weekend

Atlanta's Morning News

00:19 sec | 2 weeks ago

Tropical Storm Warnings Issued For the Caribbean, Including Puerto Rico; Isaias May Impact Florida This Weekend

"Warnings issued for Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands and the American Republic. The National Hurricane Center believes a new tropical storm Isaiah's could develop by the end of the day. That would be the knife named Storm and a record setting season. Heavy rains could trigger flooding and mudslides. The storm could eventually reach the U. S mainland, though that remains uncertain this far out.

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Tropical storm warnings issued for Puerto Rico as the record-breaking hurricane season continues

Michael Brown

00:14 sec | 2 weeks ago

Tropical storm warnings issued for Puerto Rico as the record-breaking hurricane season continues

"Have issued tropical storm warnings for Puerto Rico and other parts of the Caribbean ahead of an Atlantic Ocean disturbance that could strengthen into a storm named ESA idea. A storm is expected to be near or over the Virgin Islands in Puerto Rico tomorrow night.

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"caribbean" Discussed on The Code in My 'Fro

The Code in My 'Fro

07:58 min | Last month

"caribbean" Discussed on The Code in My 'Fro

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"caribbean" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast

The World Nomads Podcast

05:34 min | 7 months ago

"caribbean" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast

"Vincent Plus Year tragedy unfolded when many visitors to a volcano. In New Zealand's White Island Dodge erupted. We ask bill if he thinks exploring blooming volcanoes. These site depends on the situation where you need to check in with the local experts to see how active it is if there is any real danger of going there or if it's kind of safely observed The trip that that I wrote up for the Crippen Guide On Las Free Air on Saint Incense That's a volcano. That hadn't really Atta eruption for one hundred years. was covered in Chung goal and lakes and waterfalls. So it's something that I really consider being safe particularly with a local guy that I have. With watt though eat had erupted for around one hundred years either site I guess you take a tumble. The warnings from operators and guides true. I think that's That Okano okay. No is more in a situation where really was even though there hadn't been on eruption was very active with bubbling sulfur pits and gases coming up so it seemed to the untrained eye like mine that would be a more dangerous situation but Obviously has is to go with what the experts are saying. That was really unfortunate situation where they seem to be wrong. Now you know volcanologist. You're an adventure us. Tell us about your experience experience with the volcano in the cabin. It was A situation where I wanted to do something to get away from the standard. Just sit on the beach. Each type holiday and I found out about this adventure tour led by a local company. That had been doing it for a while. Where you hike up to the summit of the Four thousand foot. I guess that's about thirteen hundred meter elevation volcano of lawsuits fair. And it was pretty fun. I 'cause you go through about three or four. Different ecosystems coming from the thick jungle loves the sea level and going through kind of a cloud rainforest a lot of misting and you can see the trees changing as you go up to get to more of a volcano type stomach stomach with hard rocks and ash and Some pretty challenging wins at times but it was a real fun. Experience knows a good the day full day of exercise to get up there and back again Allen tells us and you have contributed the article for the Caribbean God. But you can chapel. She says this he can wax lyrical about adventure. Travel in the caravan issue on the money there. And what else did you experience. BABS lutely at all all kinds of wild adventures around the Caribbean by land and by sea upon on some funds sailing trips around the Virgin Islands where he can really explore hidden coves and to some underwater adventures exploring the reefs and stopping at little deserted boarded beaches and climbing up into the hills and discovering all kinds of CACTUS that you didn't think would exist on a Caribbean island so Word to the wise there is your hiking inland dress or at Jones Go up in a swimsuit and flip flops. Because some of these islands have some pretty a nearly a prickly plants up there. What do you enjoy my tobacco that when you get onto one of those pilots as well? I think it's the sense of discovery to get off off the beaten track a little bit. I tend to go crazy if I'm just sitting at a beach in a lounge chair for too long so I think it's the sense even though that I you know that probably People Banda pretty much every spot on these islands. It's to get to a place where most people haven't been before to have a little bit of a a unique experience to have a story to come back with to tell people that you know. Hey did you know. The island of Saint Martin is riddled with with hidden caves that pirates used once and I climbed up and saw a couple of That's a better type of adventure story than coming back from a trip up saying you know I I changed from SPF thirty SPF. Fifty sunscreen on Wednesday cannot just make caught. You saw a couple of caves landed on a couple of pirates Rockley. Yeah Scott's not to my knowledge anyway guide seem trustworthy when you when you seek replace if you're gonNA fiber spot. Maybe some of the lesser visited islands. Saint Vincent might be one of them. That's really Kinda off the standard tourist track. It's a little less developed seems like more of a local scene versus you know going to the same gold's up. Beaches of the Dominican Republic where you're in these L. Self contained resorts. But even there as well if you get off the beaten track. I think there's plenty to see. Well Bill we are all back getting off the beaten track. But let's rewind that disaster that was the eruption of what D- New Zealand last year and revisit a chat we had with vulcanologists for will travel safety in which he mentioned the volcano that bill climbed but we asked him why volcano marland exploded. Not.

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"caribbean" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast

The World Nomads Podcast

05:34 min | 7 months ago

"caribbean" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast

"Vincent Plus Year tragedy unfolded when many visitors to a volcano. In New Zealand's White Island Dodge erupted. We ask bill if he thinks exploring blooming volcanoes. These site depends on the situation where you need to check in with the local experts to see how active it is if there is any real danger of going there or if it's kind of safely observed The trip that that I wrote up for the Crippen Guide On Las Free Air on Saint Incense That's a volcano. That hadn't really Atta eruption for one hundred years. was covered in Chung goal and lakes and waterfalls. So it's something that I really consider being safe particularly with a local guy that I have. With watt though eat had erupted for around one hundred years either site I guess you take a tumble. The warnings from operators and guides true. I think that's That Okano okay. No is more in a situation where really was even though there hadn't been on eruption was very active with bubbling sulfur pits and gases coming up so it seemed to the untrained eye like mine that would be a more dangerous situation but Obviously has is to go with what the experts are saying. That was really unfortunate situation where they seem to be wrong. Now you know volcanologist. You're an adventure us. Tell us about your experience experience with the volcano in the cabin. It was A situation where I wanted to do something to get away from the standard. Just sit on the beach. Each type holiday and I found out about this adventure tour led by a local company. That had been doing it for a while. Where you hike up to the summit of the Four thousand foot. I guess that's about thirteen hundred meter elevation volcano of lawsuits fair. And it was pretty fun. I 'cause you go through about three or four. Different ecosystems coming from the thick jungle loves the sea level and going through kind of a cloud rainforest a lot of misting and you can see the trees changing as you go up to get to more of a volcano type stomach stomach with hard rocks and ash and Some pretty challenging wins at times but it was a real fun. Experience knows a good the day full day of exercise to get up there and back again Allen tells us and you have contributed the article for the Caribbean God. But you can chapel. She says this he can wax lyrical about adventure. Travel in the caravan issue on the money there. And what else did you experience. BABS lutely at all all kinds of wild adventures around the Caribbean by land and by sea upon on some funds sailing trips around the Virgin Islands where he can really explore hidden coves and to some underwater adventures exploring the reefs and stopping at little deserted boarded beaches and climbing up into the hills and discovering all kinds of CACTUS that you didn't think would exist on a Caribbean island so Word to the wise there is your hiking inland dress or at Jones Go up in a swimsuit and flip flops. Because some of these islands have some pretty a nearly a prickly plants up there. What do you enjoy my tobacco that when you get onto one of those pilots as well? I think it's the sense of discovery to get off off the beaten track a little bit. I tend to go crazy if I'm just sitting at a beach in a lounge chair for too long so I think it's the sense even though that I you know that probably People Banda pretty much every spot on these islands. It's to get to a place where most people haven't been before to have a little bit of a a unique experience to have a story to come back with to tell people that you know. Hey did you know. The island of Saint Martin is riddled with with hidden caves that pirates used once and I climbed up and saw a couple of That's a better type of adventure story than coming back from a trip up saying you know I I changed from SPF thirty SPF. Fifty sunscreen on Wednesday cannot just make caught. You saw a couple of caves landed on a couple of pirates Rockley. Yeah Scott's not to my knowledge anyway guide seem trustworthy when you when you seek replace if you're gonNA fiber spot. Maybe some of the lesser visited islands. Saint Vincent might be one of them. That's really Kinda off the standard tourist track. It's a little less developed seems like more of a local scene versus you know going to the same gold's up. Beaches of the Dominican Republic where you're in these L. Self contained resorts. But even there as well if you get off the beaten track. I think there's plenty to see. Well Bill we are all back getting off the beaten track. But let's rewind that disaster that was the eruption of what D- New Zealand last year and revisit a chat we had with vulcanologists for will travel safety in which he mentioned the volcano that bill climbed but we asked him why volcano marland exploded. Not.

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"caribbean" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast

The World Nomads Podcast

05:34 min | 7 months ago

"caribbean" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast

"Vincent Plus Year tragedy unfolded when many visitors to a volcano. In New Zealand's White Island Dodge erupted. We ask bill if he thinks exploring blooming volcanoes. These site depends on the situation where you need to check in with the local experts to see how active it is if there is any real danger of going there or if it's kind of safely observed The trip that that I wrote up for the Crippen Guide On Las Free Air on Saint Incense That's a volcano. That hadn't really Atta eruption for one hundred years. was covered in Chung goal and lakes and waterfalls. So it's something that I really consider being safe particularly with a local guy that I have. With watt though eat had erupted for around one hundred years either site I guess you take a tumble. The warnings from operators and guides true. I think that's That Okano okay. No is more in a situation where really was even though there hadn't been on eruption was very active with bubbling sulfur pits and gases coming up so it seemed to the untrained eye like mine that would be a more dangerous situation but Obviously has is to go with what the experts are saying. That was really unfortunate situation where they seem to be wrong. Now you know volcanologist. You're an adventure us. Tell us about your experience experience with the volcano in the cabin. It was A situation where I wanted to do something to get away from the standard. Just sit on the beach. Each type holiday and I found out about this adventure tour led by a local company. That had been doing it for a while. Where you hike up to the summit of the Four thousand foot. I guess that's about thirteen hundred meter elevation volcano of lawsuits fair. And it was pretty fun. I 'cause you go through about three or four. Different ecosystems coming from the thick jungle loves the sea level and going through kind of a cloud rainforest a lot of misting and you can see the trees changing as you go up to get to more of a volcano type stomach stomach with hard rocks and ash and Some pretty challenging wins at times but it was a real fun. Experience knows a good the day full day of exercise to get up there and back again Allen tells us and you have contributed the article for the Caribbean God. But you can chapel. She says this he can wax lyrical about adventure. Travel in the caravan issue on the money there. And what else did you experience. BABS lutely at all all kinds of wild adventures around the Caribbean by land and by sea upon on some funds sailing trips around the Virgin Islands where he can really explore hidden coves and to some underwater adventures exploring the reefs and stopping at little deserted boarded beaches and climbing up into the hills and discovering all kinds of CACTUS that you didn't think would exist on a Caribbean island so Word to the wise there is your hiking inland dress or at Jones Go up in a swimsuit and flip flops. Because some of these islands have some pretty a nearly a prickly plants up there. What do you enjoy my tobacco that when you get onto one of those pilots as well? I think it's the sense of discovery to get off off the beaten track a little bit. I tend to go crazy if I'm just sitting at a beach in a lounge chair for too long so I think it's the sense even though that I you know that probably People Banda pretty much every spot on these islands. It's to get to a place where most people haven't been before to have a little bit of a a unique experience to have a story to come back with to tell people that you know. Hey did you know. The island of Saint Martin is riddled with with hidden caves that pirates used once and I climbed up and saw a couple of That's a better type of adventure story than coming back from a trip up saying you know I I changed from SPF thirty SPF. Fifty sunscreen on Wednesday cannot just make caught. You saw a couple of caves landed on a couple of pirates Rockley. Yeah Scott's not to my knowledge anyway guide seem trustworthy when you when you seek replace if you're gonNA fiber spot. Maybe some of the lesser visited islands. Saint Vincent might be one of them. That's really Kinda off the standard tourist track. It's a little less developed seems like more of a local scene versus you know going to the same gold's up. Beaches of the Dominican Republic where you're in these L. Self contained resorts. But even there as well if you get off the beaten track. I think there's plenty to see. Well Bill we are all back getting off the beaten track. But let's rewind that disaster that was the eruption of what D- New Zealand last year and revisit a chat we had with vulcanologists for will travel safety in which he mentioned the volcano that bill climbed but we asked him why volcano marland exploded. Not.

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"caribbean" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast

The World Nomads Podcast

03:16 min | 7 months ago

"caribbean" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast

"Idyllic childhood for me. It was It is his like are still live. Here I've moved. beat but it is idiotic. It depends on also what you're versions but for me Growing up in Jamaica is heavy in you know son all year around having been doors playing with all of your cousins and uh-huh having like a big family which is an extended family or friends of immediate family going to the Beach Joe's us being able to explore so for me. That was a big part of growing up. We know that the Caribbean is more than peaches. Che's and Henry Guy Music that it's real then from that doesn't like an idyllic childhood but take us through the diversity. It's not just white sand and clear. Would it really isn't just Son Sen. See He also have language differences. So you have the Spanish speaking Caribbean until you have. Puerto Rico and Dominican Republic. Get the English. Speaking Caribbean wage includes Jamaica. Saint Vincent all the way to Trinidad Tobago Within their also you know other Alands like summer song that is explained with my sneak. Guadalupe as well You also have Dutch side of Saint Eight Martin and Suriname which is we also like to reclaim Surinam. We do share a history so you have language differences across the Caribbean you also have different ethnicities because of our history. Jimmy As an example we have a large large a group of Chinese Chinese population in Jamaica. We have a big Indian community we also have of course persons of African descent We also have you know persons who are white but I would say one of the big for me than interesting part of the Caribbean. Is that while you have. This really is a melting pot of cultures. So or Chinese community comes together. With Sir Indian community with our Africare community to create the Jamaican culture. And this weekend see across the Caribbean so you can see through our food. You you know that recreate so we have curry's are big parts of or cuisine. He can also see through our music. In terms of we have different. We have carnival L.. which talks about so-called economies into Calypso? You can also have reggae dancehall zoo so for me. The interesting part of the Caribbean is that each of the different ethnicities different communities. Come together and participate and contribute their part of their ear culture to create that one Caribbean flavor depending on Elena eager to end it's different variations based on island is do Mike how scf replace to visit for me. Yes so one of the great parts of experiencing Jamaica is that I moved waist for seven years.

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"caribbean" Discussed on 1A

1A

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"caribbean" Discussed on 1A

"Version so it's a it's archaic system. You know some will say it's. It's the last vestiges of being a colony you know. Let's just call it. What it it is where territories were possessions so i think what the research just discussed is something we have to. We have to look at basically the narrative additive josh of way duties u._s. hers territory standing american political cultural lance landscape. I think that as aversion on there's a puerto rican i mean you think to yourself. Where do we fit. Where do we do fitness now. I think we need to be needs to it'd be reinvented because if you call is josh let's just be honest when you think about the first nonce puerto rico and the caribbean you'll see people you see a vacation and i think i think that's kind of why we were neglected innocence because you really don't know who we are. You know our views are music and food but people the spirit of we are <hes> quite frankly is what enabled us to survive. That's what enabled us to survive because we're still kind of off the grid right also a lot of what we're discussing here. I can't even fully explain because this is all new we face the tragedy that was unprecedented and it's it's people who spirit cana led the way so everything we're discussing his new because we really we have to reinvent who we are. In these islands within the political ascii do the rest of our countrymen and countrywomen. We belong right. Just let us know well miguel. Let us know if we belong to get. I think it's even more difficult you know. We've had this conversation on this program as well that you know there were some americans and political leaders who kind couldn't put together that puerto rico was not another country that it was a u._s. Territory said he met with the president of the virgin islands right right and i think miguel unless you live in part of the country like say south florida where there is a diaspora of people who are shoulder-to-shoulder who are from the virgin islands the bahamas jamaica barbados antigua barbuda uh-huh from all over the caribbean ashra. It may not click for you that this is something other than a vacation spot over there and i think we the way i i always communicate. The importance of you know. White white is someone in the mainland care about puerto rico and the virgin islands. I think what we always mention russian as we are inextricably linked as a community you know the puerto rico produces more than eighty percent of ivy backs for our nation and and so at intravenous medical bag yes selene back so at any given point after those three months after maria you had counties that were within within one school shooting away of having a major shortage of i._b. Backs so being able to connect ourselves because we live in a globalised world where our you know our lives are interconnected is very important in the context of disaster recovery will have more on hurricane doreen impact on the bahamas and where it's headed in.

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"caribbean" Discussed on 1A

1A

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"caribbean" Discussed on 1A

"Need to coordinate life-sustaining disaster assistance we work with humanitarian response and recovery efforts were just i was just on the phone call with the pen american development foundation one of our partners who are now integrating their assessments over the by the bahamian communities there thirteen thousand homes that are being threatened and and there have been decimated by dorian as we have to be talking to people on the ground you know satellites are not up and this is not the solution to everybody's problems but we do what we can to make sure that people on the ground have the right tools at the for teased. They need to be able to make changes to communities now. Aren't these the kinds of data. Mcgill that the utilities themselves should have. I mean you would think that they would know where the lights are on and where the lights are off. Well currently publicly available utility that does not meet the needs of all people involved in disasters and if you think about countries that may not eating have protocols smart meters you you know you're gonna consistently lean on global satellite measurements that are taken for long periods of time as a proxy for recovery and so that's what we do with the earth institute we work with nasa we work with foundations and anyone who's on the ground to be able to turn those raw pixels into useful data so we're talking about those old fashioned meter to still have that little dial that goes you have to go out and physically read it but if you can't get to where the meter is no data and we've learned so much watches a result of monitoring recovery using satellites one of the things that we learned in puerto rico's. We still don't have a standard addressing system to locate rural communities so so you may have femur coming in big checks to hand over to people to get back on their feet but if they can identify their homes because they only have an h._m._o. A c boxwood kilometers commodores. That's five hundred yards away. How are you connecting to that stakeholder kind of like a community mailbox right merely p._o. Box exactly and so we we as a country in as a nation with our brothers in the bahamas we need to really look at the problem and the cost us not not just the symptoms which often looking at the flood aspects of it. Peter bailey does any of this resonate for you in terms of how the u._s. Virgin islands or other parts of the caribbean have dealt with some of these storms even basic things like having standardized male systems or being able to get good utility info. I think josh particularly with the u._s. Versus alpha 'lustration was the joe zach. When we needed assistance it goes to florida and it goes to puerto rico then it goes to the u._s. Virgin islands and quite frankly some of the goods during the hurricane got stuck in puerto rico now explain what the jones act test peter. It's basically the way u._s. Territories helped helped in gaza strip where basically if there's assistance it goes to florida then it goes to puerto rico and is dennis alligators u._s..

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"caribbean" Discussed on 1A

1A

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"caribbean" Discussed on 1A

"This is one a. I'm joshua johnson in washington. Hurricane indurian continues to make slow progress up the southeastern coast but we're only starting to comprehend the storms destruction in the bahamas. Here are some of the voices of those who survived karekin dorian in the caribbean. The water did affect the water you audio quality on some of these clips bushel here the bahamas minister of agriculture michael pinto howard armstrong a freeport freeport interviewed on c._n._n. And residents of the u._s. virgin islands who lost power this weekend. That's hitting french frontal middle which is extremely high plus. I'm already completely flooded out. That's my kitchen window but one that has a minimum of about twenty feet off the ground. This is the one by my by dohrn on glass. Let's keep from that's that high has via low twenty to twenty five the way we were doing all right until the water kept coming up in all the appliances were going around the house like a washing machine. That's probably i got hit with something. In there and my poor little wife got high-performance and she was standing on top of the kitchen cabinets until they disintegrate it then i i kept whether she just trout on me. I'm so sorry no these everyone please gamma the apartment building a force but joining us from wwl are in public public. Radio in miami is peter bailey. The director of the documentary paradise discovered the unbreakable virgin islanders peer. Welcome to the program hi doing this. Josh thank you for joining us in studio is miguel. Oh rome on the founding director at the earth from space institute at the university space research association miguel welcome. Thanks jessica to you peter. You're from the virgin islands. They were not spared from hurricane during this year from hurricanes irma and maria from twenty seventeen. I know we gotta will continue the story in just a minute. But how did this storm this year. Compare to irma and maria is the same kind of tragedy over again. No i mean this is funny. Just listening listening to those <hes> voices is just bring back a lot of surreal memories of what we face with the seventeen but dorian is strange as a hit send thomas it became a hurricane and there was damaged because we have people from irma and maria who still have tarps. You know who's still recovering so it's like it's almost as they all over again. You're reliving the tragedy. Is this horror so <hes> you know we're and just seeing how people in the bahamas caribbean where mosaic where we're all tied to the water boarded a vides us was culturally. We're all one extended family so when they suffer we suffer and likewise but <hes> we're strong. People are very resilient. People people i know that word is thrown around a lot and i don't like that word because it means. We're just gonna keep getting whipped and we're gonna take it so. I think we really wanna move forward to sustainability. How do we move beyond having to always be resilient right so right. Now you know my mom called and <hes> the house got initial..

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"caribbean" Discussed on Pure Life Podcast

Pure Life Podcast

12:38 min | 1 year ago

"caribbean" Discussed on Pure Life Podcast

"A._m. Till nine thirty during the see days and we we only actually try to was right during this trip on the worry last day but it was a very relaxing news gray most us us to order breakfast meal grilled what the pancakes reasoning leads it's and it was very relaxing and good quality food and yeah nice atmosphere. You had a nice view the ocean and typically you know for breakfast or for things you have a buffet right so you stand in line and you wait your turn and you got to fight to find a table and fight to get your drinks. Sometimes it can depending on what time you're waking up. There could be hundreds of people there in front of you. That's the only thing that i had <hes> the negatives that i experienced in the past three or four cruises. Was this before booking the sweet that the breakfast time sometimes we had the challenge of finding a table for five again during the peak hours especially if you have a tour and you kind of rush somewhere on time away but <hes> just finish finish it off on the benefits as part of the booking looking of sweet category stateroom you'll also get the private seating area for lunchtime hors d'oeuvres and cocktails in morning morning and in the <hes> during the lounge hours the cocktail hours and complimentary room service. I thought the room service used to be part of the base. Fee that you pay but nowadays i guess it's not with the royal caribbean so you will pay like a bucks per order or something and then with tip tips but in this case the room service twenty four hour was complimentary for sweet which was nice gas especially if you didn't want to wake up and fight you know for a table the order room service before we're going on an excursion and it came and it was timed accordingly perfect way and reserved v._i._p. Seats for productions in ice shows so if you think about booking to stay rooms normally write an compared to reserve in the swedes and with all these benefits right right cost-saving perks. You should do some comparison. Yeah opinion that a mike come pretty close yeah and especially. I mean if you're going to be you if you're going to get a state room. They do have drink packages available. I like yeah. I mean you can get expensive. Just soda for kids or you can get alcohol hall for the adults and the alcohol. I mean it breaks. Even if you're going to be doing like five or six drinks a day and i mean more to cruise to get drunk everyday. Go right ahead but maybe you want to do some excursions to something else. I don't know <hes> for us. It just didn't seem worth it to spend that much because we weren't going to drink that much a couple of drinks here and there maybe a glass of wine with dinner that sort of thing once we edit it up it really didn't it wasn't economical to go that route to chop yes and then our kids kids most of them. Don't drink soda so anyway yeah so so something to consider. We had a great experience at the you know in an in and out getting on board you get the v._i._p. Status you in the same category as the highest status membership wise shorter law line to get in on board in you also get the fabio was our concierge. You get the help from him on various s. things fabio he was there to help us. I mean it was really quite quite nice. Guy could help us out with like like <hes> the excursions or whatever it was that we need these problems with the tours oil you know exactly so continuing on pros for for me crews why i like cruises you only pack unpack ones on and then get to visit multiple countries that that's going to be a league like a plus for me here you are you're in a floating hotel. It is a hotel and you're going from place to place which is kind of cool unlike land excursions. Were you get a hotel and you get a pack and unpack and then you get on the bus and have your luggage with you. The whole time. It's a little cumbersome yes and tours option and all you again with the royal caribbean there other seven or whether the region or other silver see in our including tours yeah but yeah the tours are usually not included and those are optional for with the royal caribbean but tours are not cheap but they happing fantastic yeah in. That's another interesting interesting thing. I mean you're going to ports of call and they're going to take you to ports that. Are you know interesting touristy. Blah blah blah blah blah. You have the option of you know getting off the ship and finding your our own way organizing your own tours and that sort of thing or you can organize tours or what they call excursions right from royal caribbean and what are the benefits of doing doing it right from royal caribbean. You get right off the boats your met right there. I'm big issue right on and off the the cruise right from the port. Everything's very well. Organized organized a clockwork think you don't have to do anything to show up and they take you were aaron t they will not leave you grab you know leave without you. Do you think the royal caribbean tours and in it's guaranteed never missed the boat but we have actually seen their other cheaper stores source. You're right that you can purchase once you get off the bore <hes> get off the boat and then there are bunch of people right waiting and dan. Do you want to earn and you're going to purchase the day tour with bob but they are some cases that that tour company don't don't come back to what happens. What happens if you missed the boat what happens if it takes off and you're not on it. You have to pay on your own to catch up you. Gotta find a way to get back to the next report to catch up to the boat because it will not wait for you. It is again like clockwork it pulls into port and it leaves port and if you're on the boat or off the boat that that doesn't stop them from leaving so another nice thing about booking excursions through royal caribbean or through the cruise ship is to your point airy. They're guaranteed to get you back to the boat before the boat is due to depart right so that's that's important to know it is a little expense or i guess you could say it's pricey but it's pricey easy for the conveyance stories and we liked that safety corral like a piece of mind yeah and another thing that i would say is there's so many options on the ship right. You can just chill on the ship. We want to or take optional tours. I and i think it's multi generational travel. If you're looking for that sort of thing true true yeah maybe family reunion or whatnot latte not <hes> you know. There's something for younger kids because the kids club in my opinion they're very well organized dude and they have teens club with older kids. They're like a mid teens and then there's the kids kids club like seventy zero six year old baby. There's an infant's club club and so oh parents can get arrest. Even if you have infant <hes> right i find it. This is one of the times that when we go cruises we get to work out jim. That's right and that's really nice. There's a tracks way if you wanna just jog or right and the weight rooms and when spa is is one thing i just don't do is really swim in that poor. That's the least favorite activity of mine mine on the cruise but that's not what i'm after. I'm after you know getting off the ship and in each port of call and explore right entries that's to me. It's exciting in again only on pack ones and we talked about the sweet life. It's what they call a royal caribbean. All the perks harks that comes with the family sweet <hes> category rooms so to me. Those are the pros. I missed that anything i i would think that again. After you've done a couple of trips with them you start to increase status as well in the higher the status the more other amenities start coming coming along with it too so if you're interested in cruises you know just like what we recommend with regards to airlines or to hotel chains find one that you like and stick with it because because the higher the status the more the perks that come along because if you spread out you have to really do so many cruises right individual individuals who accumulate the status and yet to your point a so yeah before you if you haven't done cruises before long just compare what will be the best fit. Do you have kids. I how old are they all grownups and they're in college so you really don't need to worry because there's yeah please club and stuff. Do you wanna all inclusive right and then <hes> the silver see or other cruise lines they they are all inclusive so through clientele might be a little bit very different until that was interesting. Remember were green rubel. They were talking about clienteles from. I think it was carnival. We move onto details but yeah what what we heard was just the different different clientele and in a i think the other one is a whole on america yeah so it was interesting to hear certain clientele attracts. I mean certain cruise lines attract certain clientele and to us for what we are after royal caribbean really work well for us into your point. It's we've seen a lot the multi generational travelers they're right or you have grandparents with parents with kids and everyone seems to i mean i. It seems accommodating for all types. <hes> in the other thing is again you look at the types of excursions that they offer the types of shore excursions that places that they're going to go to you know it's it's. It's it's one thing to have a cruise ship where you're just gonna hang out. You're going to stay at the pool where you're going to get drunk. Blah blah blah blah blah that certainly is appealing to certain people but for us that wasn't what was appealing about the cruises was going to different ports of destination and getting a chance to experience things so for us. It was important to choose a cruise line that offered good excursions it had great not no extra charge if you will shore excursions interesting places a port that they went to and based on the recommendations and based on are looking at the clientele line tell. We thought let's let's give royal caribbean shot and boy we. We've been happy with it so far. We've been so happy we did a baltic yes we we did the mediterranean detailing so that was in and out of a ball salona and we went to the italian the french riviera today talion coast to the mediterranean turkey turkey greece. That was a fantastic credible. We did caribbean twice as one was to the eastern caribbean. This time is the southern caribbean so just the movement onto cons. Yes there is a type of travel and so if i may start those to me pool area can be crowded. You kind of talked about that a little bit too yeah a lot of kids. Go pee well. I would imagine a lot of adults are doing the same thing i have never did. I don't think people hanging out author drinking having a good time how many of them actually leaving the do something. I am not paying attention. Anyway is not my favorite room section section but also i was going to say i do not find cruise to a cheap necessarily because things can at least with the royal caribbean. Yes you can get the cheapest state room. We kinda like the balcony room. I i time sailing. I was actually pregnant so to me was important. I know i'm going to stay in the in the state room..

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"caribbean" Discussed on Unchained

Unchained

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"caribbean" Discussed on Unchained

"The caribbean development by the caribbean development bank is a the largest a loading bank of the caribbean governments and they've taken under their wing the the caribbean settlement network as an initiative the building out this network of this similar technology based solutions and i'm one of the main mandates they have is to design and create what they're calling the digital dollar standard and the still dollars standard would explore me in common denominators that eight central banks digital dollars should follow firmly reference implementation from a coat implementation from a a public private key pair encryption mechanism a perspective on how all these various mechanism whether they're similar are not should function together for interoperability so the beautiful part is no matter what technology a central bank users as long as they follow these reference implementations tations there will be interoperability and that is one of the key take away fair is that we understand that no one block chain technology is going to win and that north central banks are all central banks will not use the same book change nology and we have to understand that and we have to appreciate about the future of where things are going but where we can make sure where position on where this the caribbean developed by wishes to see the the positioning happening is that interoperability is key and therefore this caribbean saddam network is focusing on building the legal under technological frameworks to ensure that these dissimilar systems are interconnected and then they functioned with each other about is a massive problem that's currently being sold as we speak and let's also talk about this product that you have called end money which i believe is is in barbados so how does that relate to the barbados digital taller in in what what is money what is it doing how does it work great question so then who of not having for fraction by the central banker barbados to create a legal tender on a digital version of the bar billion dollar we were fortunate enough that we entered into a regulatory sandbox that was designed specifically with us in mind by the financial services commission of the bar bait in government and the f f c and the ministry of fine arts on central bank i'm joined the sandbox initiative to to oversee an money deployment within our local country so what it is it's everything you could imagine they're still dollar is from the aspect of the user being able to pay for their coffee or the merchant being able to accept payment a privately using a proprietary solution designed by bit now is not a full block chain laura but we are transitioning to work with the eastern caribbean central bank and other central banks we will eventually transition not to eightfold decentralized blockchain's solution however any interim while waiting for this to become a full legal tender we had been regulated under the financial services commissions rag regulatory sandbox where they contend where they can pilot where they can allow them to observe everything that we're doing from issue

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"caribbean" Discussed on Tips for Travellers Podcast

Tips for Travellers Podcast

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"caribbean" Discussed on Tips for Travellers Podcast

"The five worse things about a Caribbean cruise. Hi, I'm Gary benbridge. And this is another of my tips for travelers one of the best things about cruising, the Caribbean. Is there are three different main itenerary? So even if you've been on a Caribbean cruise before there is another one at another alternative that you can go on Brody speaking, there is the eastern Caribbean, the western Caribbean and southern Caribbean cruises. So the eastern Caribbean covers nor replaced like the Bahamas the Cayman Islands Haiti Dominican Republic, the US and British Virgin Islands, Puerto, Rico and Dutch Sint Martin ninety a western Caribbean. Some of the places you could go to include Jamaica, the Cayman Islands is using -cluded Mexico, Cozumel and customize sometimes Belize the Honduran island of Rotan also increase in the your find that Cuba's so have Anna and sent yoga Cuba. Are often now included in those attorneys as well. The other development is increasingly there are cruises which only go to Cuba. So you can often do seven night cruises out of Miami. Which Otago go to Cuba? The southern Caribbean goes to places like Saint kits and Tieger quite a loop Martinique Dominica and Lucia Barbados Grenada sin FinCEN, and the Grenadines most of the cruises to the Caribbean tend to be seven night cruises. Another great thing about the Carribean. Cruise is choice. So yeah. The choice of ten years, but you also have an enormous choice of cruise lines and style of ship to go on there's up to twenty four different cruise lines that actually visit the Caribbean some form or fashion during the course of the year. So with you on big ships small ship sailing ships, whatever type of cruise experience you want..

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"caribbean" Discussed on In Defense of Plants Podcast

In Defense of Plants Podcast

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"caribbean" Discussed on In Defense of Plants Podcast

"It self is considering the third most important global hubs ups, and you know, dies because of these assemblies of unique habitats unique species, which really helped to support this unique unique systems really while that is actually a very remarkable fact that I was unaware of. So this is a biodiversity hotspot, and that's a big point of concern. Obviously you're here today. Talking about what's being done to kind of understand the threats to vegetation. So big picture thinking about the Caribbean, especially as tourism hotspot, what are the major threats to the floor of this region. Is it easy to characterize changed over the years? Well, it changed over the years because you know, until there was calling his -ation in these places. They will would've been primary forest pretty much covering all these islands. And then when Europeans reached these places may start to. Planting cotton and sugarcane and the crops basically in some places almost destroys the entire primary force when this crops got abandon the forest recover. Some of it. I've never recovered. And now we have would three have most of these places will be secondary forest. But now the forest phase other kinds of threats. So we talk about tourism to raise me something as important that has a livelihood. But muster reason can also lead to uncontrolled development. And you know, give you an example win, for instance, mangroves in extremely important to hold storm surges and the mangroves are on the coasts, which are places where people like to build the hotels, big resources. So sometimes they up up of station the stuff as more if people don't have a concern about you know, what to destroy in what the process. Don't think about the consequences of that. So the might just read savvy lead we losing suitable habitat for the species because not know the places, but uncontrolled development leads to listen this hobby dots. We also having problems with the invasive species which bowl team has exulted cleanse either full landscape bull trade for foods, and they grew on control than now they actually threatening the habitat of these ninety species. So I would say those two of probably the biggest flights that Zain the blunts from the overstay steady doors in the Caribbean in probably the Caribbean countries, which I don't know that we'll place the moment, and you could actually say climate change. It's a threat that we we not really sure we unknown with ring will doing the future. So the to the vegetation. Yes, it's arming think about that. Especially again in the context of hurricanes in sealer rise in all of those other things and then on top of that just the small surface area. Lancer physi- available in again, the rampant human development, and I'm curious to is thinking about farming verses tourism here. It sounds to me like, or at least my assumption would be that farming would have done more widespread damage back in the day. But now tourism in the Caribbean being in oceanic island or set of islands. It seems like, you know, probably be areas that are now today hit harder than they were in the past. So like, you mentioned mangoes is a lot of that development. Pretty much centered around the coast in then whatever invasive species get brought in can then spread out into the rest of the countryside. Yes. Yes. That that's because people to leave NIA in wave is infrastructure..

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"caribbean" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

Radio Cherry Bombe

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"caribbean" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

"Sound like a sorta Caribbean perspective. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Today's e. Yeah. And so it would your Bywater American bistro. What do you think is going to be your standout dish there. Well, actually it's a funny way with with tied at two restaurants, we're going to be doing curried rabbits. Okay. So that's going to be a nod to desist restaurant in terms of goat and rapid. Are the meats sort of similar there in terms of the rabbit is more like chicken? Okay. Yeah. All right. But we, we figured we couldn't have rabbit at Coppola pay because people like, oh my gosh, the bunny the bunny bunny. Yeah, and we said, we're gonna take a chance and have the carry drive it so that. So you won't be kind of killing. You're right. Yeah, I'll mascot killing the right Scott. Can you explain a little bit more about it? I think a lot of people don't know what American food is when people think of Americans would think hotdogs hamburgers, chili cheese fries. So it can get bad rap. And I think you know, people like all while you calling it an American be short. I, I want to have that be show setting, which is a casual approachable upsetting as the best vica describe it. When I talk about American food that is pretty much especially being in yuan's. You had that melting. Pot of ranch, Carribean Portuguese, this Irish hair that it's just a big mix of everything. You have the at the me's and that is American cooking. People talk about if you go to New York, it's such a big melting pot that is America on a whole. And that's why I wanted to showcase as American food of what we can do. Showcasing, local, greens, local, seafood local game, and making that a little more prominent in the food, the food presence. When in doing the research about you, there's one interview that I found that was really interesting. Was your conflicts even go into top chef?.

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"caribbean" Discussed on Travelogue

Travelogue

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"caribbean" Discussed on Travelogue

"Four. Traveler, and I am here in the Conde nast podcast. Ios with David Jeffries and Megan's barrel who are both editors for traveler, and we have the triumphant return of Mark Ella. Well, no, of course we've been waiting for you. Mark is well known to podcast listeners, but he hasn't been on a little while. He's been traveling strangely enough. I often I'm dialing in from some weird airport and it's so nice as they hit with a cocktail with all of you. Nice cocktails. Yes. And. I'm Brad Rickman. Just assume everybody knows from the sound of my voice. Our today is going to be the Caribbean and hurricane season, and so we are appropriately enough drinking mount gay, Barbados, rum. You wanna. You want to describe the providence of the Barbados rum. Where'd you get this room? Megan, this rum is actually from Miss Universe far betas to pass through our office as the other day. And I came out of that meeting with the great rum punch recipe, and I took a picture next to her. That was very unfortunate for me. That you don't. State was not good. Okay. So I have a question to set the stage for everybody. When is hurricane season, when did it start? When does it finish as Timberlake Tober or the main months to to be wary of travelling to areas that are prone to hurricane? Basically, once our summa ends. So Labor Day, hurricane season really kicks in and September, October all the times you really have to pay attention. Often. There will be hurricanes outside those two windows because mother nature doesn't follow calendar, but that's a good approximation, September October, but keep bureaus in August and member. I've always been confused about this, so forgive the navy of this, but we just heard about a hurricane in the Pacific. And I always thought that they were called typhoons in the Pacific and hurricanes in the Atlantic. And yet we had a hurricane up. That's a great question. And I, I don't know. I wonder if any of our listeners can tell us why Hawaii gets hurricanes role than. My phone's because I thought the rule was Australia gets typhoons exactly. The rule was Japan line that's beyond Hawaii or Japan. The other way that's. Oh, so it's dotted line where this change is happening keeping northern hemisphere southern hemisphere because the dateline, the dateline, Africa back, throw this. I know that they've saved me. I always remember. Great. Listen explained to me why San Francisco's weather is good in September and October. Please tell us about what those hurricane rules because I don't know I wanted why Hawaii was having our gains. So thank you for bringing that up. Okay. I'm happy to have you service you with my ignorance. I, we think it's the day putting my money on dateline, just Intel. Is how. Right? Is it the dateline? You wanna put some money on it or as a as a follow up to what Mark was saying. This is the time to keep an eye on whether maps and weather reports. There's a storm brewing out in the Atlantic. These storms form of west Africa, Dakar and the flying off through Cape Verde and you really won't know until they're about halfway little bit more cross open seas what they're up to. There's one out there right now, and if it is name to be called Florence. They have in reserve every year..

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"caribbean" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"caribbean" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"Straight talk wireless best phones best networks no contracts is good to be back some we met you and i both that never happens we both missed last week we did were you were on a boat somewhere right i was i was steaming through the caribbean or caribbean i think i'll say caribbean pirates of the caribbean caribbean caribbean caribbean royal caribbean actually you know what i think i'd do both because i think if i'm saying royal caribbean i think i'll say caribbean but i think if i'm saying pirates of the caribbean i don't say pirates of the caribbean i went to high school with a family there with gary medians ooh and it's pretty similar and one time some i tried to call them like the caribbean colony garabedian i dunno anyway how'd that go over in travelers rest not great because you know he says some mushroom caribbean tr now you might start a fight so where are you this morning i'm in a man ciba's i'm up here for the ohio state spring football game which has been moved up to eleven forty five kickoff from one forty five due to the threat of implement weather and the number one story line who's gonna play quarterback for the buckeyes this year and i kind of feel like it's funny because it's not the first time that we've had this situation at the ohio state university by the way travis alma mater producer travis is a buckeye it's funny he never mentioned that.

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"caribbean" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"caribbean" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The caribbean for the pbs newshour i'm john yang from natural disasters to nuclear diploma say president trump ordered new sanctions today aimed at crippling north korea's nuclear and ballistic missile programmes the order allows for targeting individuals and companies that trade with north korea including foreign banks the president made the announcement during a lunch with south korea's president moon jae an and japan's prime minister sharon's so ave much through long career has been allowed to use the international financial system funding for its nuclear weapons and visual throat power for this disgraceful practice mas and now later today north korea's leader kim jongun call president trump quote deranged and said that he will quote paid dearly for his threats we get more on today's move from david cohen who served as deputy director of the cia and secretary for terrorism and financial intelligence at the time treasury department during the obama administration david cone welcome back to the program is how significant is this move by the president i think is actually quite significant these new sanctions that the president issue today with an executive order creates a new real and meaningful authorities for united states to impose sanctions both on businesses that are working with north korea and what is i think quite significant financial institutions that are working with north korea it it is a combination really of what had been imposed on russia and what we had done with respect to iran they really ramped up the pressure there said there had been sanctions against north korea how is this different from what had been done before we'll most significantly this authority allows what are called secondary sanctions on foreign financial institutions wish most senior chinese banks so what it says is any chinese bank are any foreign financial institution that is working with designated so sanction in north korean entities can be cut off from the united states that put real pressure on those banks and the president today said that they need to make a choice between working with north korean institutions or working with the united states so meantime david cowan that the chinese government announced today that it is ordering its banks to cease doing any business with north korea so what does that tell you well that's owes me that the chinese may have known this was common and are taking steps to protect their financial system from the risk that.

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"caribbean" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"caribbean" Discussed on AP News

"In the caribbean and the u s six fatalities are reported in florida flooding right now in jacksonville fear to go on for days as storm surge collided with the st john's river county sheriff david sure tells w j ex tv crews will have to cut through down trees to reach stranded residents was going to be searching for people that need assistance people that need to be rescued some twelve million power outages are reported in florida fp l the big utility says it has extra cruise on the job from all over the country and you will not stop working until lights are back own for every single coaster the white house has declared a state of emergency now four alabama where erbas remnants are headed next magellen midstream partners reporting about half a million gallons of gasoline leaked from its tanks long the houston shipped channel during hurricane harvey and kids today finally started school in houston delay two weeks because of that storm in new york shanksville and the pentagon the victims of nine eleven were remem here at the pentagon the president said the horror and anguish of that dark days sixteen years ago are seared into the memory of a nation forever grieving the debts of nearly three thousand people the terrorist who attacked us thought they could in insight fear and weaken our spirit but america cannot be intimidated instead he says the attacks brought the nation together saga remain ghani at the pentagon islamic state militants ambushed a police convoy in egypt's sinai peninsula eighteen police officers have been killed the police chief and plano texas as.

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