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IndyCar manufacturer is pitching in to produce PPE for medical staff during the pandemic
"Just blocks from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway the Lara Indy car factory builds the cars that compete in the five hundred but with racing delayed to Lara's Bryce Morris says the company is using a specialized machinery to cut fabric used for gals in short supply at one of the city's largest hospitals very simple process it's all electronically done we just have a couple guys lay the sheets of material under the table and press the button and you know then after a few minutes you've got twenty five gallon kits basically ready to be sold together the material goes to another local company which does the actual sewing twenty five hundred gallons is the goal Tom McCabe Indianapolis
Brewing with Fire: Carillon Brewing Company
"We also of course had to talk about the brewery itself which as I mentioned at its heart is one giant fire. This multi story brick fireplace essentially takes up one entire side of the Carillon brewing building in full view of the rest of the restaurant. Now if you're having trouble imagining that you're gonNA want to check out some of the pictures we put up on our website at the feast podcast Dot Org to appreciate an full. But if you haven't had a chance to check them out yet imagine a giant multistorey brick fireplace with a giant fire at the bottom level and yet another fire going on up top now. Needless to say this giant fireplace needs constant attention. A fire essentially has to be going at all times to keep the operational and well. It's a fulltime job so this is kind of crazy but we basically we opened up in August of two thousand fourteen As part of just a bigger living history exhibit for the larger part of Carolina's horrible parks. We had not talked about the eighteen fifties Dayton other areas of the park. So that was one of the reasons. Why chose the team fifty to replicate here in the brewery and the other reason was that we hadn't told the story of German immigration and Dayton. It's kind of a changing city in the eighteen fifties. We had new transportation routes that were opening up the Miami Erie Canal which runs right through. Caroline Historica Parker would have run through there when it was active was at its height by the fifties in Dayton In the later fifties the railroad finally came into town. So you start to see industrialization coming into this region Prior to that beer was being gruden has been done thousand years but beer wasn't being made on a commercial scale in the city of Dayton Until the eighteen fifties prior to that most of the beer is being home the housewife just a chore like any other and a essentially as safer source of hydration than the drinking water was often as a source of nutrition categorically Sosa Nutrition and the finished products is actually a fairly sterile product. Once it's produced that actually nothing really wants to live in it that's going to harm said so severe is important but by the eighteen fifties you start to see these purpose built industrial commercial brewing setups. coming up and so we replicated this building off of those early gravity fed. Industrial Brewers So what we're standing in is our brew house right now which relocated giant three tiered brick fireplace that. Actually it's not just one single heat source that has four different fire boxes free of which he parts of the brewing process one of which is a wood fired oven that we do our spangler and sour dough bread baking and about three or four days a week so dan is up there right now trying to get the fire going so we can go upstairs law. Show you everything. Here gets fermented in American White Oak barrels a little unique compared to a modern brewery which is using stainless steel and our pre. Kettles are copper. In Ohio by company called The Sun. So we had to have commissioned. You have three kettles up here kind of breaking down. The brewing process where essentially heating up water taking malted grain screens that have been sprouted and then dried trying to get the starches in the enzyme generated that can break down starch into sugar. By the malting process. We take those grains mill them in a stone mill here on site Bring them up to the top of the fireplace and we take our hot water. Mix It with the grains steep them for about an hour break those starches inside the grains this complex sugars down into simple sugars and then we'll translate into a third kettle which is directly heated by fire. That will be our boil pedal so once we start boiling. The words is liquid. That will become beer. That sugary liquid from the grain We add hops to it For most recipes we can add other ingredients like in our case coriander AOL that has coriander seed and Chili pepper. we do a squash. Butternut squash added to it so it can do a lot of different things in the boyle in terms of getting flavor into the beer. Of course boiling is what you're safely drink in water once we're done with that will cool the liquid down through a big cooling coil and then we'll ultimately end up in our barrels or or liberal. So it's a big process but we have these three giant copper kettle ones. One hundred gallons are Mash Tun. Excuse me is not directly heated but it is surrounded by so it's insulated so it can uphold that heat during the mash brought us and then our boil. Kettles his wealth can ask questions. You mentioned that it's handling rain. Who GETS THE QUARTERBACK? So that's a little bit in the beginning for the first about three years. We did have a mill that it's kind of funny it was a it was a steel roller mill which is a little bit more modern but housed in a kind of a historic looking setup and that was hand cranked so we actually were hanged cranking one hundred fifty pounds of grain every day for brewing process. That's like an intern. Yes exactly so volunteers. So there's three of us they get paid to do this full-time and we have about twelve men and women who actually come in and help us grew so those on tears are awesome and they help us do a lot of that kind of grunt work but we have since installed a stone mill in here with a little bit more appropriate to the eighteen fifties however that stone mill was designed to be hand cranked. We handmade the gears actually our presidency. Oh built that. He's a pretty skilled. Woodworker and with the gearing ratio. We found that the momentum of those large stones would actually kept the crank arm flailing on its own for about fifteen minutes so a little bit unsafe to you so right now we have a stone mill. That's unfortunately powered by electricity. It's kind of a mishmash so every once in a while we have to kind of put a little bit more modern twist on things just to keep things a little bit safer. But we'll hall up about anywhere between one hundred and a hundred and fifty pounds for per batch and we're a two barrel system so we we make about all things said and done about forty five gallons at finish beer of one batch so and I mean as far as your your other ingredients I mean hops obviously classic ingredient. Where are you sourcing Your House? So we get them from all over unfortunately still moat. The majority of hops are used for the brewing industry in America on the West Coast. So you're Valley Lamb valley places like that over in Oregon Washington and just interested you know from the nineteenth century. Perspective brewers who were working in Ohio Dayton in eighteen fifty would. They've been getting hops from Ohio. Where having from Wisconsin or west coast right so they were growing hops in Ohio for sure so in the eighteen fifties. It was kind of the opposite from now. We'll get them from. The West does in the fifties New York. State UPSTATE NEW YORK. Kind of in the cooper sound area was one of the biggest hop growing region for America Wisconsin but eating sixties with a huge hop growing regions. Ohio state have a significant hop culture? Well brewers would have been getting locally if they could but you also like you talked about earlier with the industrialization of brewing because of those transportation routes he could get hops from all over the place. A lot of brewers were importing hops from Europe from Germany and England. So can apprised tops. Like Hallertau in east can buildings Kim from overseas and so they would ship them and they would bring him in to those transportation route so they could get them smaller. So I mean there's still a little is brought to a certain extent. And then you know your your coriander seed and then you mentioned butternut squash. She kind of what brought you to those ingredients for the historical inspired. Imagine yet definitely so we spent about a year doing research prior to this facility being open just to figure out what we should be brewing. How To brew it? What equipment we needed but we need to build all those things and so we were talking about the year eighteen fifty here which is kind of the very beginning of industrialization for brewing in Dayton. We also have one foot in that early industrial style which would have been a little bit beers that were more used to today or credit more. Commercial Beers. Don't have all those crazy ingredients in them and then one flight back in the eighteen thirties housewife brewing methods. So we find a lot of these recipes. Coriander Ale came from A receipt book Recipe Book from the Eighteen Thirties so it was published in Cincinnati Ohio and it was basically a manual for how to raise a family. Todd receives proper seats for the Husband Minute Housewife Cincinnati. There's a chapter of the book of Brewing Essential part of raising a family and at that time in the eighteen thirties and found listed under the brewery section. Another way to make Ale so there wasn't even a name for it but it just described taking a Bushel of grain and a certain amount of water. Heating it up boiling it to a color which is kind of a funny Whatever that means so that's going to buffer interpretation with that meant back and then a culture coriander seed in Canada Seemed like exotic ingredients. And I think a lot of people think on the frontier wherever people just didn't have anything but then by the eighteen thirties they had the canal system so they could bring in pretty much anything. They want to get so coriander would have been available. They would have been growing slot tro in the and their gardens as well so they could have collected their own grain or seed so Chili Pepper capsicum Chili peppers. So they were bringing those eventually growing them too. So I imagine veterans Washer be something similar like right exactly or or even in the middle of winter. If you didn't have enough grain on hand sometimes these pumpkins. Soi shells even potato or beat. Beer would be dale here as well In January those representative of Beers that you were doing when you run out of grain so you're searching for other starchy from animal sources. And if you had grown wash harvested in the fall you keeping you root cellar and you can take it out and cut up in
In Rome, Local Retirees Are Working To Clean Up The City's Aqueducts
"Another story now we are going to Rome where the aqueducts were a Marvel of human engineering during ancient times in modern Rome and they're often overlooked in fact for many years they were abandoned and turned into a makeshift dump that isn't to local retirees decided to roll up their sleeves and do something about it even if that meant bending a few rules Christopher live say explains these days Rome is a dirty modern city and in some places down right filthy Siegel's routine picket trash from overflowing dumpsters putting one park on the Far East side of the city there's a cigarette **** on the ground in there's a second reason this place is just so remarkable so right now where and aqueducts park in Rome Gabby can sell a college student visiting from Calgary Alberta marvels at the sprawling stone arches spanning five hundred ninety three acres of park land the academics once carried thirty four hundred gallons of water per second from the surrounding hills to the ancient capital the oldest here was built almost two thousand years ago by embers Caligula and Claudius yeah I think it's really really beautiful and I think that the fact that it's not like overtaken by the city is really America by now that hasn't been completely filled with trash seven of rooms eleven after that all converge here with battling for us in a waterfall flowing decide rose bushes and fig trees but the park was and always so Christine says new channel will be co a seventy two year old retired manager in a natural gas company who lives down the street quite the quiz their lives owner it had become a junk yard for trash and discarded stolen objects this whole area was a no trespassing zone you couldn't even walk in this area she Lucy put even the community need we need a ranger even even do the overgrowth of vegetation so but the only people around were drug dealers near do wells and prostitutes he tried to get officials to fix it up something the park service confirms but for about a year he kept getting the run around tired of waiting he said enough is enough and started cleaning up acre after acre with his own two hands ill go we shot up twenty to properly I started right over there by the ju ju plants you won't believe the kind of garbage with sound about fifteen motorcycles and scooters two cars and two cars good evening refrigerators park writers cash registers slot machine to remove it all he enlisted the help of two fellow retirees plus one of Europe's most marginalized ethnic minorities the Roma or we could be good for tour the bony apologies about I'm on good terms with them they collected and sold all the scrap metal they were very generous trash wasn't the only thing the on earth the park happens to sit on top of the via Latina an ancient Roman road that one stretch for tens of thousands of miles in the course of the cleanup the vehicle says his volunteers accidentally crossed the line between vigilante gardening in amateur archaeology a big no no in a country with strict laws against lay people handling found artifacts one day a city official noticed and he was not happy hello to a little bit me the sea the sea he tells me you're not just cleaning things up you're performing an archaeological excavation you can't do this we need to laurel boy fighting as well today the park service confirms that city and state officials mostly look the other way considering all the good work the volunteers have done for the community like the mothers I see playing with their children cyclists whizzing across miles of free clean pants in Nordic walkers like a death to Philly Johnny he says the vehicle in the volunteers are heroes yes yes they are the kings yeah so we are you know we depend upon what they do the volunteer started cleaning up just over ten years ago and they're still added every day of the week rain or shine on this date they're loading the wheelbarrow with litter and collecting and burning brush let's say that though they started with I point out to the Vigo that the bonfires of bill here's to be burning on private land that overlaps with the park that's why I don't know won't hurt them he says if we clean it up it's better for everyone for NPR news I'm Christopher live say
600 gallons of oil spills off the Galápagos Islands
"Maybe you didn't hear about the oil spill took place off the Galapagos islands officials say crews responding to a six hundred gallon oil spill after barge overturned and this is near San Cristobal have you ever been there Jennifer San Cristobal be one of the beautiful areas and that's what gets people worked up about this the this is off the coast of Ecuador South America and the because these areas are so clean now is so when you compare I saw something as a yesterday I think it was yesterday looking at an article about how we're trying to stop pollution and at the you know how the LA river flows into the ocean here I laid there examples of that all all over the country you know of both sides and down the Gulf and so it's in the areas where the spill off runs into the ocean they have installed basically socks they have these huge is the water comes down and goes through three or four probably four four pipes on the other end of the pipe they've installed these huge socks they collect the debris that comes out of a river I had coffee filter yeah and I thought it was pretty practical actually I know I seven think about earlier it's with a lot of common sense involved in it in in capturing all these things that we're worried about rightfully so and that's the other thing walking around the taking daisy for a walk here this the neighborhood where I am which is a pretty well to do area I still am appalled by the amount of rubbish on the
Crop-duster used to spread 100 gallons of holy water on Louisiana town
"The community of cal island in Louisiana everyone who attends Saint Clair George there they all got extra blessed they used a crop duster to spray holy water over the entire town again this is from Louisiana it took one hundred gallons of holy water it was blessed by a referee and some people even brought water from home the loaded up in the crop duster and sprayed all over cal island so I guess you know you got those blessings whether you wanted
Crop duster used to spread 100 gallons of 'holy water' on Louisiana town
"News and this may be the most holiest place in America Louisiana church give the entire town the Christmas blessing thanks to a crop duster plane and a hundred gallons of holy water the high altitude blessing happened Sunday the town of cow island it's about thirty two miles south of Lafayette prisoners that scene and church had a priest plus one hundred gallons of water before it was loaded onto a plane everything a blast the plans got less
"hundred gallons" Discussed on 710 WOR
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"hundred gallons" Discussed on 710 WOR
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"hundred gallons" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Ethanol afterall core must be grown fertilize harvested. a truck to ethanol producers all of which are fuel using activities and it takes one thousand seven hundred gallons of water produce one gallon of ethanol one thousand seven hundred gallons of water to produce one gallon of ethanol. on top of all this if our total amount or and if our total annual corn output were put to ethanol production it would reduce gasoline consumption by ten to twelve percent this is Walter Williams who's a research this out so just that alone most repairs what why the hell are we invested in a small I tell you what because a lot of people get huge money on it that's exactly it subsidized government comes along so we want you to start pushing people toward often also you start make enough ball will pay you to do it we'll subsidize your production don't we're not to lose anything taxpayers pick up the bill that's all over the place that's why when they went to Iowa in two thousand eight and up to one of the things when trump was running two thousand sixteen they're all afraid he's going to command he actually stood up for the if not producers in Iowa he could come out against them you were the last state of Iowa that's a twisted this is now. Evan also costly that would make it it would make in a free market that's why Congress has enacted major ethanol subsidies about dollar five to a dollar thirty eight a gallon which is no less than a tax on consumers in fact there's a double tax one of the form of ethanol subsidies the other in the form of hand outs to corn farmers to the tune of nine point five billion dollars in two thousand five alone. yeah we'll pick it up from there we come back. you.
"hundred gallons" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"First one hundred gallons sign up in store and visit circle K. dot com slash easy pay for more details in sports the Padres beat the cubs last night ninety eight right now it's cloudy in sixty eight degrees AM seven sixty KFMB talking breaking news now Armstrong and Getty. the Armstrong in getting. eastern ten Pacific today apple unveiled their new products whatever they are slight changes of the I. phones. some cool stuff for the watches I guess I might move into the watch maybe that's that's where I'll be gone I'm in tempted so I am too and I see people do it I think that's pretty cool the a you just glance at it. I have to get your phone out some possible more nonsense for their apple TV thing whatever that ends up being which is common sooner rather than later Hey it's a stream and service are quite a few. how long will traditional evil it TV and cable dish stuff for exist I don't know and they they're they're saving her money if I didn't hear any if I didn't need all the news shows I use for the show I'd be out what why would I have dish year now and I can come up with a good reason you know it I see I a I need to hire somebody to be my unplugging consultant. just go through all my questions and that's all you can get it through that right this is the that's I've told you this before though I was all set to unplug Judy was on board and everything we're good to go and we're just gonna go streaming this and that metaphorically unplugged off grid rabbit pelts. good to do in the morning before water. open in a bucket. now like it no more the day sure could direct TV or whatever going just streaming stuff chief of all the internet went out all weekend long I mean Friday evening the Sunday afternoon I was like this is a message from god. those sons of guns at the my service at the time are listening to our conversation. and a big blanked out my entire chunk of my town but your your and so I freaked out and didn't do it your dish package or whatever cable package you have is expensive enough that you can you can pay for a lot of different individuals treatments are different people also ahead yeah the nurse creep of the cost cost goes up a little better you decide you know I really want to watch game of thrones sat H. B. O. for a couple of non right anyway we need to get to who are these people. occasionally I wanna feature. what the wall crowd is pitching these days. so you you know in advance so when it comes to your school your campus here workplace year yeah book club you'll already be equipped to say that stupid stop saying it which is exactly I. still. maybe you just want to go along with the crowd who am I to judge well if I'm on you know social justice warrior water warrior I judge everyone all the time friends this instance this plucky young woman who is representing at her her point of view and many others explain to you why a common modern greeting is no good listen to this now Hey guys welcome back to now this. guys is a simple terms it could mean always or if your modern hip it means people at first glance guy seems inviting friendly maybe warm even comedic at times. it like many male default term should not be normalized as an all encompassing phrase innocent as it may seem well we may understand the word means no real harm with a deeper look you'll understand that we've been ignoring the cognitive impact on women as well as gender non conforming fo hearing only explicitly addressing the male identifying individuals present well as usual you're completely Bassac words and completely up your own hi Jeannie with your your theoretical view of the world no calling everybody dies doesn't deny women and gender non conforming loans their humanity it D. E. mail of five is the term guys ya numb skulls says the system now and. nobody cares you know like you're saying and if your hip maybe use the term that for like the last sixty years of. Hey where you got to do a job to all groups of people it's not exactly a cool with it you know and there's there's more to that I want to get to the other one but I love cat temps tweet about it I am a woman I face a unique set of challenges that men do not face strictly because of it the phrase you guys has never caused me or any even moderately sane human even the slightest level of distress making an issue out of non issues minimizes the real issue no doubt grow up no doubt you thought was beautifully put Jack let's roll on with who are these people well I can't tell you who this is this is the wife of democratic congressman Joe Cunningham. okay so like I was saying I'm have a little bit of a rain here on social media because I think this is important I've just been going over my this is a not a bill bill from Blue Cross blue shield and realizing that once again all of my mental health therapy sessions are denied in addition to all of our marriage counseling sessions and it's just mind blowing to me that these basic well known needs that mental health is healthcare who are still being denied that we're still fighting for these absolutely basic things it's it's unbelievable to me so I'm reaching out to my conversation yes my husband. Hey what can we do about this like let's go to the house floor let's write a bill looks what I don't know what you do but let's do it because this is ridiculous fax us our family in fact everyone else who seeking mental health in needs support doing so. I'm just flabbergasted. so why quick note super hot looking woman. is demanding taxpayers pay for her marriage counseling while and her whatever sort of therapy she gets all the time now mental health care is something I'm in favor of and think it's part of medical care and and get the greater point. but the idea that this gal is griping that her obamacare plan doesn't pay for her marriage counseling while and that I should pay for it well I I think I got cover here and I've spent a lot of money in the last several years on my son on all kinds of different therapy and everything like that but there's a lull in the Anderson obviously there's all kinds of real therapy in real need for but there's a lot of crap therapy out there and there is and and there's a certain crowd of people they're going to go to a therapist for the rest of their lives are going to talk to a therapist once a week for the rest your life they like to have somebody to talk to run the problems by price and you get to do that but that's not something I want to pay for right as health care the idea that you were in your hobby maybe things aren't so comfortable and you're getting a counseling great good for you it's probably a good move on the other hand the idea that somebody else ought to be paid for it it's crazy to me and there is a lot of crap therapy out there on it's just it's just barely it's barely beyond you're talking to a friend who took some classes about. I mean it's that it is I don't wanna pay for that the thing that we desperately need is a closer connection to the consumer of healthcare and the provider in terms of who's paying that behavior should be the person who sees the pate II directly not with in Norma's Byzantine impossible to understand layers of bureaucracy and corporations in between and and by the way everybody's getting paid and everybody's getting lobbied and the rest of it and it's just so discouraging while has that ever been factored into healthcare costs when people throughout these crazy plans if everybody could see a therapist once a week in the taxpayer would have to pay for that yeah what would that cost well right because well I don't know I'm feeling a little stress right now I'm going to start going I don't have to pay for why wouldn't night we'll see all goals. because when you're in spending somebody else's money you spend it very very differently than your own well and then the what will the cost of their therapist already expensive but what will the cost be when it's taxpayer provided so they can Jack up the price anything because there's no countervailing market forces yeah and I just wish congressman Cunningham and talk to me before marrying a hot crazy check. 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"hundred gallons" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
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"hundred gallons" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Some eight hundred gallons of fuel that would have been used in vehicles otherwise lives as about forty percent of rights happened in the Austin neighborhood and the thirty seventh ward company says too many residents are still being left behind by the limited number of scooters in the pilot Pam Jones WGN news as many as five adults and one child were taken to the hospital after a four story building caught fire around five thirty this morning near Laramie in Congress the with this woman was among the residents of the building who had to get out quickly I your so we did that the closest thing that I and out of the building ourselves here one woman was badly injured when she jumped from a window to escape the flames president trump today signed a bill extending funding for the nine eleven victims compensation fund the bill funds benefit payments for the next seventy three years two nine eleven victims and their families including first responders suffering from illnesses reiterated to clean up work after the attacks certainly thousands of men and women are battling cancer and other illnesses due to nine eleven we pledge to stand by the families of those affected today and every day we will stand with you the issue had been championed by comedian Jon Stewart police in northern California searching for second suspect they believe help the man who killed three people in a mass shooting at a food festival yesterday police shot and killed the gunman just minutes after he opened fire on people at the Gilroy garlic festival three people were killed including a six year old boy and Wisconsin Republican assembly speaker won't allow a paralyzed democratic lawmaker who is in a wheelchair to Vodafone into committee hearings the rules say members have to be present for the hearings but representative Jim Anderson says it's sometimes difficult for him to get there the speaker robin boast tells the journal the Sentinel that it's disrespectful for someone to be asking questions over speaker phone when others are actually taking the time out of their day to come and testify in.
"hundred gallons" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Us one seven hundred gallon UL job the home of the race traffic and weather news radio seven hundred W. L. Cincinnati five decades ago tonight a hero from Ohio walked on the moon this is the six thirty report on batteries breaking down Neil Armstrong of wipeout Canada walked on the moon fifty years ago tonight his legacy is being celebrated here in Cincinnati where he lived later in life guests can see Neil Armstrong's flight jacket which she wore under his spacesuit and his headset yeah there's only one of Neil Armstrong's cases gap and we have a hearing on purpose play in the Armstrong space exploration gallery later this year the actual command module that brought the astronauts home is coming to the Cincinnati museum center the Apollo eleven mission opens September twenty eighth that is part of the Smithsonian's national tour of this exhibition is the final stop before all these objects go back to national and space museum CD Collins newsradio seven hundred W. L. now the latest traffic and weather together ramp to northbound to seventy five from route one twenty five in the with Sims ville area still close there was a rack in that area earlier today traffic still slowly two seventy five and one twenty five and again often on the brakes on seventy five north bound tonight in northern Kentucky first if you're coming in from the Florence area it's going to be slow until you get a pass to seventy five because of construction on the ramp to eastbound to seventy five from seventy five and then as you get closer to downtown Cincinnati traffic slows north bound from fort right into cutting now the latest forecast from the advanced dentistry weather center we moving your fear of seeing the dentist with the help of IV sedation.
"hundred gallons" Discussed on From Scratch
"Emissions is livestock roughly eighteen hundred gallons of water is used to make one pound of steak Ethan launched beyond me in two thousand nine and the company's products are found in stores across the United States including whole foods. Walmart Ethan is originally from Washington DC, welcome. So much for having me. It's a real pleasure to be here. I want to start by talking about meets issues. Can you give me some more detail around that human health, and you look at heart disease, diabetes and cancer? There's a growing recognition that there's a link between meat consumption, and those health and the World Health Organization, probably the most effective work, most recently, where they put me in a category process meeting a category. That was the same as Esa Gretz then you go to, to climate when animals are breathing there'd been in carbon, and so it seems like a minor issue. But if you think about the number of animals, we have on their surface and the fact, they're all breathing. And you add that up, you guys should come up with that fourteen percent of greenhouse gas emissions being attributed to, to actually just the fact animals on their surface in such numbers reading, and you look at natural resources all across the country resource issues of one kind or another, depending on where you live then lash, a welfare now, people on a handheld can see how their food's being made. And I think more people saying, I'm not in agreement with that particular system. You said just the fact that the animals breathe yields a certain amount of carbon. Well, what about human beings? I mean we breathe carbon dioxide. And of course, that yields that helps with photo, synthesis. But is there an amount of carbon even beyond that, that also leads has dilitariness affect to put it in context we ways, and we slaughter about sixty six billion animal's ear? Right. So think he'll the human population big, but it's attempt to that, right. You know so, so that's the issue. So why isn't there more regulation? We think of the auto industry, for example, highly regulated to decrease the amount of pollution that yields. Why has not the same amount of regulation existed in agribusinesses it just because of the strong lobbyists. It's a really interesting question, and I think it goes deeper than that, certainly that is a factor. It's one thing to be put a new app out or or you know, I was talking about the landline. Versus cell phone, and that quick transition, we had another thing to change how we protein Ida may hit is protein was such an important part of, of, of how we evolved party, even when we were home sapiens. Meet played enormously important role in our development. If you think about the human brain only started to consume it was about six hundred cubic centimeters over the course revolution..
For Gap and Wrangler, Blue Jeans Are Going Green
"The business wars daily is brought to you by Staples work is changing, but Staples is changing right along with it. The new Staples delivers solutions to help your team be more connected productive, and inspired. Learn more at Staples dot com slash change. From wondering, I'm David Brown and this business wars daily on this Thursday June twentieth. You might wanna think twice before you buy another pair of jeans the manufacturing processes used to make your favorite pair of distressed comfy blue jeans have long been noted for their negative impact on the environment. It takes sixteen hundred gallons of water to make a single pair of traditionally manufactured jeans. The dies used to make them blue run into rivers, especially in China, where hundreds of millions of pairs are made every year, according to the website, EKO, watch and the chemicals, traditionally, used to distress, those genes have been found cause cancer now that we've thoroughly depressed you, there's hope as consumers become more and more concerned with sustainability, they're pushing the fashion industry to innovate greener, manufacturing processes about a third of the six billion pairs of jeans worldwide or now made sustainably echo watch reported last year. And now to mass market jeans. Maker's Wrangler in gap are introducing denim fashion made with processes that dramatically cut down on water and chemical use Wrangler claims its invented more responsible manufacturing method for its new line of sustainable denim called indigo good. The new method uses one one hundred percent of the water used to make traditional jeans and forty percent of the energy gap is attacking the problem in a different way it claims that sixty percent of the water used to make jeans comes from the cotton growing process, which is also pesticide Laden for the record. So it's pledging to use one hundred percent sustainably grown cotton by twenty twenty-five as his Wrangler also, by the end of next year gap says it will conserve one hundred million gallons of water from its manufacturing processes enough. Daily drinking water for five billion people. Both Wrangler and gap have been struggling of late, gaps sales have been. Falling in it missed its earnings projections in the first quarter Wrangler is owner contour brands went public in may. But fared poorly, both companies undoubtedly hoped that producing sustainably will make a difference to the planet, and also to their bottom lines. Of course, there's another way to wear that denim sustainably. You might want to consider buying your genes secondhand. From wondering this is business wars daily when you're shopping what matters more to stain ability or price tweet us at business force. We love hearing from you. I'm David Brown and we'll see you tomorrow. Business wars. Daily is brought to you by Staples. The world of work is changing faster than ever before a week ago open floor plans were in. Now, they're out the pace of our evolving work lives can feel overwhelming. But Staples can help not the old stables, but a new Staples that delivers solutions to help your team be more connected productive, and inspired work may be constantly changing. But Staples is changing right along with it to support you. Learn more at Staples dot com slash change.
Fetching Liquid Gold Prices, Maple Syrup Attracts Big Business to Vermont
"The business wars daily is brought to you by Staples work is changing, but Staples is changing right along with it. The new Staples delivers solutions to help your team be more connected productive, and inspired. Learn more at Staples dot com slash change. From wondering, I'm David Brown, and this is business worse daily. Happy Friday, everyone if you visit the website of remind maple syrup producer, the maple Gill, you'll read, what looks like a joke. So a chef a chemist and a Wall Street defector walk into a bar it begins. Well, in fact, the leaders of the maple guild, which launched in twenty thirteen are completely serious. Unlike the homegrown syrup producers that have populated the crap since the eighteen hundreds, the maple guild is run by someone from Wall Street, founder, Bob Sol as an executive with fiero. Comex Montreal private equity company that acquired the company two years ago from its base on twenty four thousand acres of Vermont woods, the guild has set it sights on becoming Vermont's biggest organic maple syrup producer. It has a good start. It owns more maple trees than any other. Single producer in the world in doing so it's challenging the powerful federation of Quebec maple syrup producers, that organization union more than thirteen thousand independent producers sells seventy percent of all the maple syrup purchased worldwide as a legal cartel regulated by the Canadian government. The federation sets syrup prices last year a barrel of syrup was worth twelve hundred dollars. That's eighteen times, the twenty eighteen value of crude oil as Vermont public radio said last year maple syrup is liquid gold. No surprise, then that challenger with roots in Wall Street would see an opportunity in the Vermont woods. A chance to break the whole federation has on our taste buds, and our wallets, the rivalry between the maple guild and the federation is such big business that it attracted the attention of none. Other than Bloomberg, which is typically more interested in Microsoft and Maserati than maple syrup. One reason why the maple guild can entertain such huge ambitions is the technology is come to the old fashioned industry maple. Gill sap, steamer can turn twenty two hundred gallons of sap into fifty five gallons of syrup in fewer than ninety seconds. Bloomberg reports in a traditional sugarhouse that same process can take hours even days because of new production techniques maple syrup output tripled between two thousand two and seventeen. Even as climate change was shortening the sugaring season, and making it far less predictable still the maple producers will keep pumping out as much syrup as they can feeding our insatiable desire for the stuff sales are growing fast as consumers look to replace white sugar with natural sweeteners as a result maple syrup is turning up in just about everything from yogurt. Energy drinks to coffee and beer as it taps into this growing market. But maple guild isn't just fighting the federation, it's also scrapping with two large decades-old, Vermont syrup producers butter not farms and Kuhn's family farms, like the Canadian maple cartel. You can bet that neither of them will go down without making things very sticky for the upstart maple guild. For I'm wondering this is business wars, daily this week's episodes will ridden, edited and produced by Elaine Appleton grand edited, and produced by Emma Cortlandt are executive producers, marshal Louis created by or non Lopez or wondering, I'm David Brown. We'll see next week. Businessworld daily is brought to you by Staples. The world of work is changing faster than ever before a week ago open floor plans were in. Now, they're out the pace of our volving work lives can feel overwhelming, but Staples can help not the old Staples. But a new Staples that delivers solutions to help your team be more connected productive, and inspired work may be constantly changing. But Staples is changing right along with it to support you. Learn more at Staples dot com slash change.
Jetliner that slid into Jacksonville river used shortened runway
"Authorities are investing in the case of a charter plane that skidded off the runway into a river in Jacksonville, Florida. The plane was carrying one hundred forty three people it overran a runway and slid into the Saint John's river the Boeing seven thirty-seven was chartered by the department of defense and carrying military and civilians from Guantanamo Bay to the naval air station in Jacksonville Friday night. NTSB investigators are still trying to get to that critical. Pit voice recorder as they try to determine a cause. But it's located in the tail of the plane, so this has become a real challenge because that part of the plane is still submerged and before they can get in there. The plane needs to be removed from the water and before that can happen all the fuel about twelve hundred. Gallons still needs
What you need to know about anhydrous ammonia, the chemical spilled in Beach Park
"And this week in agriculture all input product made the news not in the way, we like to see it. But people have been asking what's it all about? Well, my arms wrong has a guest who will explain to us much Santana hydros ammonia fertilizer is in the news this week. We wanted to talk about about the nature of that fertilizer is used how important it is to farmers the president of the fertilizer and Asian gene pain joins us here and genus something folks are very very familiar with give us a little bit of history and hikers ammonia has been used for decades has it not on our farm fields. In the nineteen sixties really after World War Two was over and the industrial revolution kind of focused on improving wife on on domestic plane, it became very prevalent and Illinois agriculture in fact, our association with four originally as the Illinois anhydrous ammonia, and that's because we knew this product always needs to be handle with care. And we knew our members would have to have the right training and quit knowledge and expertise in order to bring this to Eleanor agriculture boy now it is used in this state on probably tens, and tens of thousands of acres, but it's used another state as well. Not primarily used for corn. Although it also used for week, but in Illinois where we have ten to eleven million acres of corn planted every year, it provides nitrogen probably for about sixty percent of the corn crop and the other forms of nitrogen means would be liquid ammonia called A N. We call it which is just twenty eight percent nitrogen or then dry urea, which is a forty six percent nitrogen and hydrogen eighty two percent. So anybody that's looking for fishing, teas and concentration and able to cover a lot of acres with not a lot of product. That's why it's been so so you so well in Illinois for so many years because we can get a lot of nitrogen to a lot of cornfields in short amount of time state, really respond. Well, do they not? In other words, it has significant yield impact. Nice bridge organic lace oils and hydrogen Mon you likes to attach to water. And and so in our soil's really grab onto the which is why we can even fall apply it and have armor Z ready in the spring. Plant, and they had their fertilization already done. So we're fortunate knowing they have the kind of oil that are very conducive to among is not unusual to hear a handling incident. It seems like with so many rural communities where the product is used you do here every now and then on the social media or you'll hear a report about a some kind of an escape of the gas and quite often, it's very very minor insignificant. But it is always treated seriously by association members and the farmers the product. Storage tanks. Eleanor twenty five thousand nurse. They go out to field. So the scope is rather large nurse. Help us out the nurse tank for those who aren't familiar with it? What are you talking about one that we use the term to feed the farmers fields? So we attach him to the applicator Vars, and that ammonia gets injected down into the soil at the retail level. We have larger storage tanks, then we transfer the product into the nurse tanks in the nursing what you see on the road going out to the of application have been what we saw from the aerial photographs of news. Helicopters those nurse tanks behind that tractor tanks. Shipley or either one thousand or one thousand five hundred gallons each and those are the ones that we have twenty five thousand annoy to the to your point about we have releases from time to time. Yes. Because the scope of the industry extremely large. However, we performed thousands of movement in the spring and the fall and move close to seven hundred fifty thousand tonnes of Monja in that manner. And really we've been quite proud of our. Safety records, keep this nonflammable gas under pressure very much into close system and never exposed to the environment certainly not to people but from time to time. It does happen. Typically doesn't happen densely populated area. Which is why yesterday's event caught so much attention when former is handling or someone with agriculture retail who serves the farmers how do they prepare for handling it when they're connecting disconnecting tag do many of them wear a mask where protective gloves? How do they prepare? Department regulations impeccable. Former retailer so the personal protective equipment as required. Minimum dog that completely protect your is usually long-sleeve protect your skin and then gloves to protect your hands. So they don't have any skin or exposure to ammonia and always have water on hand the first aid for ammonia is water water water and fresh air. And so we always carry at least five gallons of water on every nurse tank at all of our we have one hundred fifty gallon container that someone could actually jump into if they're supposed to ammonia. So it's really rather simple when it comes to exposure and first aid and personal protective equipment. But a lot of the times when that cloud of ammonia forms liquid hits the atmosphere vaporized expand eight hundred fifty times. And that's why that cloud looks so large yesterday in may have only been a couple thousand gallons of product, but it expanded so far because it favorite is is when it hits the atmosphere, and then it. Water maps and in early morning time when the moisture levels are down by the ground. That's why you saw that cloud. Kind of hanging takes sober pneumonia for you to be able to smell and react to it. I'm sure for the people experience that you could see from the interviews, and it's certainly can harm your UK's membranes. And you saw that reaction of the people that were exposed to the first responders may not have known what they had their one could imagine especially thirty in the morning, you're in the suburb of Chicago and rolling up on something like that the has met response hazardous material response by the fire and emergency services in the region seem to be very appropriate though, once they realized what they had their shelter in place. Close your windows. Turn off all your ventilation is the number one recommendation, and I really commend them because yes, I doubt at four thirty in the morning, it works acting anything like that. And it's a white cloud. It could look like fog at a distance until of course, you get upon it. And then you know, egress is something we always train about usually when these happened in the field of that. -cation in the cornfield is fairly easily to get away. From the cloud. You go the other direction of the wind or or get away from it. You don't have encumbrances like rose and highways and houses and things like that. So that's why we always recommend to our members to use a different form of nitrogen in densely populated area. And and really in hydrogen is more properly used in areas of the state where you don't have a dent population.
Virginia man arrested for stealing hundreds of gallons of Burger King grease
"Of fast, food, the news thing Steelers a smartphone at all? Nope. It's cooking grease. Floors of Richmond admitted to stealing hundreds of gallons of used cooking grease from a Burger King. Earlier this month court documents say Mendes floors backed up his box truck to the grease dumpster and used a hose to siphon the used oil into a sixteen hundred gallon tank officials say he told them he would get paid twenty five cents a gallon for the stolen oil. Now. Cooking grease is now a seventy five million dollar a year industry. Yeah. Because of a hike in biodiesel prices, that's helping spur the fast food, Greece. This rendering companies normally pay restaurants, the fee to remove the grease sell for biofuel and animal faith, but I guess you can just roll up with your degrees. And then you're going to pay you to is Yuri was selected today, and he told officers, hey, I was just trying to be environmentally friendly. It doesn't that doesn't logically flow. So well because having a business where we actually get rid of quite a bit of fryer oil. You have to sort of arrangements either you pay someone to take it or they take it for free because they can then resell it, and you actually enter a contract that allows X company to take it to harvest what's week he put in a fifty gallon drum. They come they pumping out. It happens weekly. Why you would bust if I saw somewhat stealing? It'd be like great tastic. You know, enjoy yourselves Saito five million a year. I mean, it just doesn't make would you get busted issue. Put up a side stealing someone's garbage point. What are you going to put like extra locks around this stuff? Great. If they would not lock them, if they were messy with I get that. That's a horrible thing. But at this particular case that sounds like it was dumb on both
Change your diet and fight climate change
"One of the healthiest changes you can make your eating habits is to cut out or cut back on red meat and making that switch could also help combat climate change. I'm Dr Sanjay Gupta. CNN's chief medical correspondent, the planetary health. Diet recommends cutting your red meat and sugar consumption in half in eating more fruits vegetables and nuts in international team of scientists says doing that prevent more than eleven million premature deaths and help the planet by easing the burden of food production. How well a few years ago a colleague of mine dubbed beef, the new SUV that's because from the atmosphere's perspective eating a large serving of beef is about the same is burning enough fuel to drive the average American car, seventy miles. It also takes nearly two thousand gallons of water to produce one pound of beef compared to just one hundred gallons for a pound of corn or
Emotional support alligator offers comfort, sharp teeth
"That not all are big and bad. Henny says Wally is just like a dog. He loves getting padded and Love's affection while he apparently spends the majority of his day in a three hundred gallon pond in hanney's living room among his hobbies are watching TV and hiding in cupboards. Mark Mayfield WBZ Boston's NewsRadio and some airline passengers heading to Hong Kong could've used an emotional support animal on air flight. They were stuck. On a United Airlines plane for twelve hours after a medical emergency force, the
"hundred gallons" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"NewsRadio twelve hundred gallon you away. I San Antonio. The new year begins with a showdown on Capitol Hill. I'm Joe Chiro. Fox News, President Trump and Democrats continue to blame each other over the partial government shutdown now in its eighth day. Capitol Hill has essentially been a ghost town the past couple of days because with both sides digging in and a new congress beginning on Wednesday, most lawmakers headed home, and they are leaving it up to leadership to work out a deal. But so far democratic leaders are refusing to negotiate with the White House and Republicans are placing the blame squarely on Nancy Pelosi viruses, geared Tenny in Washington. Democrats blame President Trump for the partial shutdown. Democrats say they have given the White House three options to reopen. The government that all three options include funding for border security, but not funding for the president's wall, which they call immoral ineffective and expensive FOX's Ellison barber. The suspect in the fatal shooting of Newman, California police officer row Neil sing remains in custody. Officers saying. Was originally from Fiji studied criminal Justice and immigration to the US illegally. He spent twelve years in law enforcement seven of which for with the Newman. Police department is not only a small community. But the department itself only has twelve officers as you can imagine they're very close with one another and the loss is hitting everyone very hard. Jeff Paul thousands turned out for a candlelight vigil last night to honor officers sing police say the suspect is in the US illegally seven other people were arrested for helping him after the shooting members of the Islamic humidity in central California gathered at a mosque to mourn, the death of a boy who's you many mother fought the Trump administration's travel bent, join him in the US the funeral today for the two year old boy in the community of Lodi comes a day after he died at a children's hospital following months of treatment for degenerative brain condition..
"hundred gallons" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"To actor Robert deniro apparently addressed to the actors production company, and this was in the Tribeca area of Manhattan. NYPD an F D N Y confiscated the suspicious package, and then transported that to the Bronx. Where it's now at Ed investigation of Gatien facility, and they are doing what they need to do to, you know, whether it's detonation or whether you know, whatever they need to do to figure out what they can about this particular package and possible bomb, but we're watching this this morning, and as we learn more, we'll bring it to you. But that's about what we know right now. Again, the latest bomb apparent bomb connected to actor Robert deniro eight oh seven now back in our area. Big things happening. Mallard creek barbecue the eighty ninth edition today and on the WBZ hotline who else are we gonna talk to you today? It is one of the guys. It makes this all happen. Charles camry. Hey, how're you doing? Yeah. We we're we're here. We're getting going up in here since getting the lights turned on the coffee pot. There you go coffee pot. That's very very important. And we should point out that it's not just today. I mean, you all start this. Well in advance we were here last Thursday, and we cooked over Thursday and Friday thirteen thousand pounds of four. Story. Monday morning this week. We bit preparations for twenty five hundred gallons of Brunswick. So we're we're ready for today to get away. Well starts at ten AM today. The granddaddy of all barbecues like I said, the eighty ninth annual now now Charles before we talk about the the political side of this in the beginning. I think it's important to point out that this whole thing got started all those years ago didn't have really much to do with politics at all. Did it? In nineteen twenty nine the Turks had built a day school classroom addition, I guess you could call it and the depression hit and they couldn't afford to pay their contractor. So they came up with a with a way to raise some money. And they put a barbecue. Together. They raised like cooking like eighty eighty dollars or something like that. And then and so if you're new to Charlotte, and you're listening to this right now. And you're saying well what what's the what's all the the talk about the Mallard creek barbecue. And why is it been around for eighty nine years? Well, today, it's a who's who of people running for political office. And it's a really great way. If you want to go to one place today and meet as many people on either side of the aisle. This is this is the gathering point. It's become. That's right. Normally don't have callers, you know, may come from the politicians, but I have heard that possibility. Mark Harrison, Dan, mccready make might be here today. Among others for sure. Well, and that's the the most talked about race around here. But again to give context of people who haven't been around for previous Mallard creek barbecues. That's some star power, you know, locally here in North Carolina. And a lot of people nationally are watching that race. But in years past you've seen you've seen national candidates show up here before I mean, I remember back in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight when I was I don't know it wasn't my first Mallard creek. But it was one of my first, and and Dan Quayle who was running for vice president he showed up that day. You never know who you're going to run into here. Dan, Dan, Quayle came that was quite a circus. We we we welcome any politician and wants to come. But my goodness that was the best that day. But I remember Elizabeth Dole here when she was, you know, during her heyday and shooting governor's band quite a few times. So yeah, we we we wo- committee album that to come. Even whoever is running for insurance inspector or whatever. Oh. All of them are welcome. That's what I'm saying. It's the gathering point. Now, let's talk about some of the the details here. Again, the event starts at ten AM this morning now, I always point this out and make sure people realize it's the Mallard creek barbecue. But it's not located at the church. Mallard creek Presbyterian church. It's located at the community house, which for people listening. Explain the difference in locales there for me. Yeah. Well, we're proud that. That Mallard creek Presbyterian church is the only church in town with our own off the interstate. But yeah, you're right. Barbecue is at eleven thousand four hundred Mallard creek road, and that's accessible also exit twenty eight from forty five or by the Turks wrote, which is exit forty six. Off of eighty five. It's really easy to get to. We're still kind of in the country. If you think about two lane roads were completely encircled by Charlotte. And we we we like to think of our little slice of heaven out. Here is just a piece of Americana. Well, it really is a unique event in our area during a political season every year this month. And and I think it's also important to point out that you can stop you can park you can get out. You can meet with candidates while you enjoy your lunch. But you can also if you you'll have a busy day going on and don't have time to get out. You guys always want to make sure people know that you can drive up in pretty much be in and out fairly quickly. We've got four draught through takeout lines. When we moved easily a couple thousand cars through there during the day it is too late road. So it does back up a bit. But we have the state highway patrol helping direct traffic and control stoplights in. Berkshire county sheriff's department helps us with. Traffic control in and out of the property and move that drive through along as quickly as we can as well, you know, for orders of fifty or more. We welcome people to call ahead. It's. Five four seven zero zero three eight and they call ahead, and we do our best to have it all up and ready for to keep the live with that much quicker. So as I'm looking at the numbers here, Charles Kim, reach Mallard creek barbecue, fourteen thousand six hundred pounds of pork barbecue, twenty five hundred gallons of Brunswick stew two tons of coleslaw, four hundred gallons of coffee, and you're expecting close to twenty thousand people right? That's that's our hope. Yes, sir. That is that is pretty remarkable an event that has grown over the years. And like, we said, you never know who you might see it. The Mallard creek barbecue, I can tell you this Charles Camry. You'll see there, and he's the guy who heads all this up and always a very very entertaining. An interesting event good luck to everybody out there today. And if I can get by there gonna come get some barbecue to thank you so much. We appreciate you having us. Thanks for the support coming up on WBZ's morning news straight ahead at eight twenty. We'll talk to that campaign worker GOP campaign worker.
"hundred gallons" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"Raise about a million and a half and one way that that money gets spent through our annual grant program and so just coming back from the concert. We move into grant leading we have hundreds of applications from organizations across the country who are doing work with farmers. You mentioned his Ma at the top of the show is my husband something that we have funded projects around for years and years. And so we have groups on the ground in communities working with farmers and saying, okay, this is how it's coming down this afternoon. This is what you don't have the don't let somebody else tell you something else. Right and Nathan fighting for years to make sure that those regulations are not one size only because as you say family farmers have it have different operations there. There are different requirements that they should have to meet that are not as stringent as those ten thousand cow dairies. So we find organizations across the country who are providing hotline to farmers. We have a suicide epidemic right now with people working in agriculture. We've got to put money and resources behind that were also fighting for that in the farm Bill. There is a Bill that is included in the Senate and house versions of the farm Bill supporting the farmer, and rancher stress assistance network, which would put ten million dollars per year from the US government into hotline and services that can help harbor a horrible statement. What ridiculous statement actually that is what a comment on the state of farming. We have no food. We have no life. We have no health and yet we're fighting it at every turn because of the moronic thinking of not so much the reps who let these bureaucrats put these. I mean, where did this the regulations don't come from politicians? They come from bureaucrats and the regulations often from people who go to the industrial. Egg schools where the chairs are supplied by Monsanto. And that ilk. What do you think they're going to teach them, and it's like me selling raw milk? I used to sell a hundred gallons of raw milk a day on my farm in framingham. Cut twelve bucks a gallon that wasn't enough to sustain the farm. Even though I could've kept going. There are other things that people come because they don't want you to sell raw milk because they don't think it's healthy on a local board officials called it white death. I mean, the stupidity of people don't realize this is the natural food. This is the way was supposed to drink. It not processed and microwaved in whatever the hell else, they do to a data Garelli. It's just I it in in fighting that all the time because you have these people who supposedly have degrees. And there the knowledge they're the expert bull. Then at the experts at all on the expert 'cause they've been around cows all my life, and how to milk a cow. I know how to make sure the milk is pure, and I don't need somebody who's looking at page forty. Six of some book that says this is what you're supposed to do. And yet that's what we're confronted with all the time. Frankly. Right. And what we need instead is for those people to be helping encourage farmers to do though is income streams that help diversify their farm. So that we don't have Gary that, you know, rely on a processor and then when they get canceled. There's no other processor that would pick up their milk and they have to close their doors. We have to we have to have people in the department of agriculture and elsewhere across the government who believe in family farmers and are making it easier for them to sixty rather than putting up barriers. We're talking to Jennifer Fahey about farm aid this year, and with the money is going for some more resource information for farmers who are struggling as we continue here on this week's American family farmer. You know, the two causes of heartburn and acid the acid indigestion most doctors ignore. If you're suffering from heartburn acid reflux the important information here, the research that's been done to figure out what the problems are pretty simple stuff. Actually, your gut often. You know, we talk all the time about the gut being the sanctity. The the sanctity of the gut being what predicates your health and your wellbeing, and that's where life change T comes in because it cleans out your body's primary areas. So you will have defense your bowels your colon the system of developing and digesting, and then eliminating foods that you're not using in most people's bodies. It's compromised time now to power-wash your system to power wash your innards with life change t maintain that perfect health. Did you get back to it cleanse your body from all of the intruders, the toxins the molds the parasites? The bacteria herbicides pesticides. All that stuff. That depletes the benefit of good nutrition from getting into your body. Get the.
"hundred gallons" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Hundred hundred gallons. To say, but I started to shoot. First thing out of my mouth with a big bird. Talk about absolutely perfect timing. Super Bowl Super Bowl. Seventy commercial ran on the Super Bowl. And then they won and the rest is history. What could be better? Green. Okay. You can have it. Okay. Joe Greene was probably the first black male that was cast in for a national brand. It was the fact that he was black and a little boy was white. It was a shock at that time and people experienced it and really resonated to it. I don't know where that jersey went on a joke backer who got it. I do know that Christmas I got a package, and it was a signed means. You're green jersey that I still have this day. But Tommy was not the only child whose life would be positively influenced by Joe Greene. Here's Joe's wife Agnes. I think. It changed.
"hundred gallons" Discussed on Sidenote
"Water three hundred gallons per human body so this might not be the best option in the future some cities might place your body in an industrial size compost bin and turn you over periodically to create new for tile soil this might make you feel uncomfortable and to be honest i find it a little squiggly too but if we run out of space and resources are customs around death will likely need to change so do you think that do you think you'll live forever or do you think when you die there's nothing those are two separate questions yeah okay i'm just like i want you to just tell me that you don't you're gonna live forever because it makes you feel so i don't think i'm gonna live forever but i would want to let me put it that way because it freaks me out that other people say if i had a red pill and blue hill and one could keep you alive forever and one would just be a normal life but you'd be if you live forever it's only you'd be like old underpaid you like stay at the state and you get to live possibly forever if you didn't get killed or murdered or something like twice i would always i don't know vampires didn't i would always choose the pill that would keep you forever it's just bizarre to me like especially people who don't believe in an afterlife that they would just choose to die like i know life is not always awesome and thrilling and like it might be strange especially there's a lot of variables like maybe all your friends die maybe your family is okay but i'm creating a world i didn't i haven't fully thought about like am i the only person who gets to live forever but you did to say that you you would live forever and you said it to the older guys didn't remember and it was like really weird so we ran we're going to the bathroom like he thinks he's gonna live forever and i was like oh my god we'll see we'll see and i don't care but what was the other side of that question oh do you like what do you like are you what do i think happens yeah i do think if i die they'll just be nothing and not immediately gave me a pit in my stomach and i'm freaking out right now like what are you seven like i i like i okay it's happening i'm really freaking look i'm like oh my god tell me your lips when greg turn purple yeah a little bit over red face yeah i'm trying i yeah comprehended it doesn't mean i just i just don't really have them any thoughts on just like there's no evidence that we have that there's an afterlife but that doesn't mean there's not some other version of like i just maybe being not conscious doesn't mean you're gone like i don't really know i i love my favorite odd i i don't remember the quote but like you know this is but i love lord of the rings and in the final movie like they're about to be killed it's like gandalf with like mayor pepper and i forgot which one i never know which one is which one and they're like breaking down the wall and he looks again off and he's just like so scared like what's going to happen and then get off just like beautiful he's like i didn't know this would be the end and again off site the end no like death is just the beginning of another new something and like beyond the veil we'd religious i know i guess you're right this is what i meant i at the beginning of this episode talked about your precious memories of your childhood and how you kinda protect them even if don't stand up to your rationale but i feel like.
"hundred gallons" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"Time is everything you know we are displaying a ten thousand five hundred gallon stainless steel tank has farm star phantom row units on the back for inc so minimum tillage corporation works very well you mentioned stainless steel why are using stainless steel manure is very corrosive undercarriage has always seemed to last very long time outlived the barrel the tank so the barrel the tank itself is actually stainless steel so works very very well so one of the things that we were chatting about here a little bit earlier there are some changes taking place with with rates and applications and that sort of thing centered around what it's centered around the nutrients also the bigger the more manure we have the hog billions keep going up there's not as many people out there doing this for a living so we gotta do it faster so bigger toolbox trying to get done faster and a timely manner you know this spring was a struggle but we got through it we are time time is keeps getting compressed where we have to do whether it's planting whether it's doing spraying or whether it's applying manure you still have a lot of time to do time is everything so bigger hose is here being more efficient zook farm star has a put a lot of focus on booms for ease of chance predation setup that's time you know so more time in the field absolutely absolutely you you mentioned the yours play here in your over if you come on grounds your their side varied industry just south of the industry building you'll see a big eighty foot i eighty foot boom up in the air yellow from zucca farm star yep stop overtake a look the ten thousand five hundred gallon stainless steel tank is over there also stopover in talk to us and we'll give you a low down here pretty tall guy but even you look pretty small standing next to that boom.
"hundred gallons" Discussed on WJR 760
"The company's application to increase water output to four hundred gallons a minute meets state standards officials say in a statement that most public comments oppose the permit but the department thoroughly applied the law in its review the company had been permitted to withdraw two hundred fifty gallons a minute from an underground aquifers in osceola township west michigan the township had denied a permit application to get more groundwater self driving cars will mean changes to cybersecurity and insurance not just changes to the vehicle that's according to what advisory group looking at the autonomous vehicle development the council of future mobility as they issued its report to the state of michigan the council urged policymakers to consider new cyber security measures to protect these autonomous vehicles in the technology and data updates to the state liability and insurance laws also recommended arbor's gearing up for its annual hash bash wjr gene fogel explains it will take place on the diag saturday at the u of m campus as it always does in april it will be the fortyseven anniversary for the event which started back in april first of nineteen seventytwo it came in response to a michigan supreme court ruling that declared unconstitutional the law that was used to convict cultural activists johnson claire per possession of two marijuana joints organizers hope this year's rally will have a special significance that it will be the last before marijuana is legalized in the state voters going to the polls in november are being asked to approve a ballot proposal to legalize recreational marijuana for people twenty one and older gene fogel wjr news to people are dead two small planes crashed at the marian airport in central indiana grant county the crash occurred at the marion municipal airport a single engine cessna one fifty crashed on the ground with a cessna jet investigators say the.
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"Discovered clogging nearby restaurants sinks as well and drains reports say it's not a crime to destroy local bank notes however the eu prohibits the destruction of large amounts of currency curiosity has prompted local authorities to launch a criminal investigation milk spill that happen indiana food processing plant actually turned to local creek from a crystal clear babbling broke into a milky white mess tipped in county emergency management officials posting pictures on facebook showing this cicero creek whites three hundred gallons of milk spilling from the park 100 foods plant last week now various agencies responded to the spill about fourteen thousand gallons of a milk in water mixture removed from the creek to help it return to it's natural color probably pretty cool at first but the milk outside of the sunshine on not good for long wrecked safe to say most dolphins don't get a christian burial but not the case for one porpose who was discovered by archaeologists in a medieval grave on a small island in the english channel researchers thought the fourteenth century grave actually belong to a monk quite a surprise they dug it up and fao the juvenile porpoise researchers aren't sure why the dolphin was carefully buried dolphins were eaten back then unusually usually disposed of in the see what possibilities that the dolphin was being stored for future eating but noone never got around to digging it up that has until now of course at ohio may facing child the danger matt charges for putting on a clown masking chasing his daughter around this clown things get out of control police in boardman ohio save vernon barrett put the mass gone and ran after a sixyearold that their apartment as a punishment witnesses say the girl was terrified she told others a clown was after hurd's she was said to be incomplete fear the girl was not physics lee hurt but barrett was taken.
"hundred gallons" Discussed on WCHS
"To go one hundred gallon tights auto so he hasn't shown up all week we have got it's carts so i've tried to go to be hateful satellites that are a man well fit sarah decided alive the big you know like roadrunner in all these other places don't dill i got fifty gallons at all they let me have right you know we debt that out that's only half of one of your saddled tanks right yeah and i thought well already earmarked hard it or will it shut the out i'm now going to have to drive i'll i'll be other shopped may decide it takes are cana right it fee how much get better every every worry that outlet chop art you're right right and so it could be i guess i'll hit three or or you know truck stops right buy target and get back dallas but yeah and with which it which slows down the supply chain in the region uh you know a great deal and even i mean each one of those stops uh is is going to cost time and and that's part of the supply chain what are you hauling male uh bail all right yeah so you know there's again a disruption in something that we we kind of expected not not like it's a it's it's overnight but certainly if it's usps we expected to get there but any hiccup in the supply chain is always going to you know a cost money it's going to cost a you know a great deal of of getting uh you know uh making good ford some were on the other side i did and and usps of course has changed their business model in has started you know some of the you know uh a prioritised packaging and and everything else so um this is a lot of business that is disrupted and that's one that was one of my concerns earlier coming into the show tonight jim as we're kinda going through all of this is not just because i saw a sign right down on the corner coming into the studios that said and i think it said twenty twenty gallons their limited to twenty gallons of gasoline and and so if we see that on the diesels side and and trucks can't get their their diesel that's a that's a huge problem that's going to be a.