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Fresh update on "rangers" discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

01:20 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "rangers" discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

"We have schedules. It's all very exciting the Colorado rockies Colfax will be set to go their first regular season game will be at Texas six five on Friday July. Twenty four a couple of spring to Spring Spring Training Games or summer game. Whatever we're calling them at Texas on the twenty first and then twenty second and they'll have a break quick break and then a Lotta Games. After that. I mean it is going to be madness for the next staff once we start that for the next two and a half months or so starting on that Friday July twenty fourth. And that's what's kind of cool about this is you're getting right off the bat. I mean every single game suddenly very very very important and that that's how this is a subtle that Texas series is is exciting. And you look at that and say hey this is going to be every series is just a little bit more interesting than it would have been before getting this yesterday. We'll go through and read it from the official media released from Colorado rockies collaboration with Major League baseball the rockies announced yesterday the two thousand twenty sixty game schedule after two exhibition games in Arlington against the Texas Rangers on July. Twenty first and twenty second..

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Nationals cancel workout because of COVID-19 testing delay

KOGO's Evening News

00:34 sec | 21 hrs ago

Nationals cancel workout because of COVID-19 testing delay

"National ST Louis Cardinals and Houston Astros all scrap the workouts Monday, revealing that they were still awaiting covert 19 test results from Friday from Major League Baseball. And I'll be issuing a statement on the delay in results, saying 98% of intake testing has been completed, with more results expected later Monday league, also citing some unforeseen circumstances, but not elaborating this as Atlanta Braves out there, Nick Markakis announced he was opting out of the 2020 season after a conversation with a teammate stricken with covert, 19 talked to Freddie Freeman the other day and, you know, just be here in the way he sounded on the phone, I open my eyes. Texas Rangers slugger Joey Gallo has also tested positive for the Corona virus

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Texas Rangers slugger Gallo tests positive for coronavirus

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:44 sec | 1 d ago

Texas Rangers slugger Gallo tests positive for coronavirus

"Ranger tests positive for Corona virus Jarrod Sandler from 1053 The fan confirms right fielder Joey Gallo tested positive for covert 19. Okay. Gallo, reportedly a symptomatic and feeling very well. Apparently, his first saliva tests came back positive. A nasal test was negative. Then Gallo took 1/3 test a few days ago in the results came back positive last week. Rangers announced relief pitcher Brett Martin had tested positive. Also, first basement Ronald Guzman has been missing from summer workouts as the Rangers get ready for the season. No word On Guzman status. The

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Travel with Rick Steves

04:44 min | 3 d ago

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"The any AC national monument and preserve gets the fewest visitors of any national park, and it boasts no rangers. No trails and no waiting in line. All the more reason Christopher Solomon went out of his way to hike a few summers ago. Chris, welcome great to be here. Is this actually a national park or what's the technicality they're. Technically Rick any act check national. Monument and preserve is its name and it. It is not a national park, but it is the least visited unit of the four hundred and one properties in the national park system, so nobody goes there white. Why do they even bother thinking of it? As part of the system you, you'd think that the least visited might be something like the Martin Van Buren national birthplace right, but no It's Antioch Chat in two. Thousand Twelve Anne check had nineteen visitors last year might have picked up to a hundred or so and you were there with how? How many people in your party three of us three of us now? Where is it and how do you get? There visualizes for me if you look at the map of Alaska Alaska? has this big tale that kind of frozen, fourteen hundred mile tail, that wags westward at come shotgun, and that's the Aleutian islands and the base of that tail is the Alaska Peninsula, and that's where any act check. You know if I wanted to go there next week. Where would I fly? What I just rent a car and drive there, or how'd I get that so one of the reasons rick? Not, very popular is it's hard to get to from Seattle where I live. It took US three flights to anchorage to King Salmon to Port Heiden which is just an airstrip built for World War Two in the middle of nowhere on the Bering Sea and then we backed packed with sixty five pound packs for twenty two miles to reach the centerpiece of the the. The National Monument, which is a gorgeous volcanic crater, so ease of access is not one of its selling points. Is it worth the trouble? Yeah, I was thinking about this on the drive over here and how to summarize it. I have had the good fortune to travel all over the world as a travel writer, I was with a photographer who shoots pictures all over. Over the world and beautiful places we agreed we'd never seen a place as unique as okay. How can you write in? Your article is just gorgeous about this that it was mind-bending. Lee Gorgeous is the desolation that's part of it, or what makes it better than just going to any national park, so maybe to convey what it's like I need to tell you just. Just a little bit about its geologic in human history, which is more interesting than it sounds about the time. The Egyptians were ruling the world. A seven thousand foot volcano blew its top with a with a force of ten thousand nuclear bombs ruined the bigger eruptions we we know of, and then the volcano collapsed on itself and created a crater that could swallow Manhattan. That crater filled with water, so it looked like crater lake national park, then that lake blew out in his biblical flood in over the next couple thousand years, this lost worlds was sort of created inside that crater, and it just went kind of unnoticed, except for the native peoples for thousands of years until nineteen thirty, when this man called the glacier priests arrived, and the Glacier priest was father, Bernard, how he's one of these Jesuit priests who was cut from the old cloth, swashbuckling sort of Jesuits, and he, he barnstorm all over the forty-ninth state, having these wild adventures by Bush plane. Plane by dog sled is write ups win the Saturday Evening Post and the National Geographic and in nineteen thirty, he wrote about visiting Antioch Check, and he described it as paradise found this this lost world where orchids bloomed in the volcanically warmed soil, and the rabbits were gigantic, and they came up and walked right up to his crew, which was a bunch of the Santa Clara football players, and and they felt bad killing them to eat them, but they did anyway. Did you read his writing the in preparation for your trip so I? Did I read about his writings about the great? Great Moon Crater of the earth called it, and then what happened is he wanted to go back the next year nineteen, thirty one and any act check blew up again, and he goes back and talks about it no longer in these Milton, s Kinda paradise found terms, but but in this dante-esque hellish terms describes himself peering into this blackened inferno, and then they go into the crater a couple months after it's blown up again, and they nearly die of poisonous gasses, and they're, and they're put their beans on a funeral and their beans Boileau, and they shove a thermometer in the ground. Ground thermometer explodes, and it's just this hellish wild landscape. That's the setting we go back eight years later. Just kinda see what it's like, and a lot of the soot has washed off from that nineteen thirty one explosion, but it has this kind of Sier Flinty beauty desolation sublime.

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Trump says he looks like Lone Ranger in a mask and likes it

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 5 d ago

Trump says he looks like Lone Ranger in a mask and likes it

"President trump has long resisted wearing a mask in public but now says he likes the way he looks in one the president says he's all for masks I think masks are good though he's avoided being photographed wearing one but in an interview yesterday with fox business network's the claimant count down he recounted one that he wore it was a dark black mask and I thought it looked okay look like the Lone Ranger the president shift came after top Republicans suggested he wear a mask in public to set a good example for Americans Sager mag ani Washington

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Trump, top officials defend response to Russia bounty threat

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 5 d ago

Trump, top officials defend response to Russia bounty threat

"President trump dismisses intelligence assessments that Russia was paying bounties to Afghan militants who killed U. S. soldiers in an interview with fox business network the claimant count down president trump questioned the validity of the New York times report that was confirmed by the Associated Press based on intelligence assessments that Russia may a paid bounties for U. S. soldiers killed in Afghanistan I think it's a hoax I think it's a hoax by the newspapers and the Democrats trump also insist he wasn't briefed because intelligence didn't rise to his level as for the corona virus pandemic trump told fox business network's the claimant count down that he has tried on a mask it was a dark black mask and I thought it looked okay look like the Lone Ranger trump has criticized facemasks since April when the CDC purse recommended masks or face coverings to be worn for protection to acquire Washington

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Trump, top officials defend response to Russia bounty threat

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 5 d ago

Trump, top officials defend response to Russia bounty threat

"President trump dismisses intelligence assessments that Russia was paying bounties to Afghan militants who killed U. S. soldiers in an interview with fox business network the claimant count down president trump questioned the validity of the New York times report that was confirmed by the Associated Press based on intelligence assessments that Russia may a paid bounties for U. S. soldiers killed in Afghanistan I think it's a hoax I think it's a hoax by the newspapers and the Democrats trump also insist he wasn't briefed because intelligence didn't rise to his level as for the corona virus pandemic trump told fox business network's the claimant count down that he has tried on a mask it was a dark black mask and I thought it looked okay look like the Lone Ranger trump has criticized facemasks since April when the CDC purse recommended masks or face coverings to be worn for protection to acquire Washington

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Search parties looking for missing Fort Hood soldier find unidentified remains

Rush Limbaugh

00:42 sec | 6 d ago

Search parties looking for missing Fort Hood soldier find unidentified remains

"On. The investigators say they have found partial human remains while searching for a soldier reported missing from Fort Hood, Texas. Since April, the remains found near the Leon River in Belle County, east of Killeen, Texas. One year old Vanessa Gilliam was last seen in the 22nd in a Fort Hood parking lot, Her family says she told them she was being sexually harassed, and and they are asking for a congressional investigation. One of the suspects reportedly killed himself when law enforcement tried to contact him. Texas Rangers have arrested eight civilian suspect in connection with her disappearance. Her sister Lupe, They lie to our faces. Every single day that best everything all day, which is too much more than two months.

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Several Texas Rangers Employees Test Positive For COVID-19 in Dallas-Fort Worth

KRLD Sunday Morning News

00:29 sec | Last week

Several Texas Rangers Employees Test Positive For COVID-19 in Dallas-Fort Worth

"And the Texas Rangers are saying that several of their employees have tested positive for the corona virus the team says anyone who had direct contact with those affected was sent home from globe life field the Rangers saying no one will be allowed back inside without receiving a negative test for the corona virus the team sense pandemic protocols are in place for front office employees at the new ballpark that center opened when the season begins Jim Bartel newsradio ten eighty

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Sports leagues plan to resume amid coronavirus concerns

News, Traffic and Weather

00:34 sec | Last week

Sports leagues plan to resume amid coronavirus concerns

"Amid the coronavirus sports leagues are still planning to resume their seasons even though many players are worried Major League Baseball is set to restart spring training but it's not without concern after several members of the Texas Rangers tested positive a number of anonymous employees telling ESPN we are terrified for safety we all knew it would come to this it was only a matter of time A. B. C.'s Acree quiche many players worried about coronavirus infection and the impossibility of effectively social

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Americans are Uncomfortable With Going Back to Church

Thank God I'm Atheist

06:20 min | Last week

Americans are Uncomfortable With Going Back to Church

"Survey. Oh. Good survey from taken by the American Enterprise, institute, has shown that sixty four percent of American churchgoers. Were somewhat uncomfortable or very uncomfortable with attending in person worship. Sixty four percent sixty four percent, in fact, what they found was basically only one group is Gung Ho on going back to Church and that's why evangelical 's. Right no surprise there if you know the news. Yeah if you add up there somewhat comfortable, and they're very comfortable's. It's. Sixty one percent of them are all about. Thirty. Four percent of them are very comfortable with going back to. Yeah because they because not only do they get to engage in the worship that is so important to them, but also they get to pony lives. Show us. What idiots we are. Yeah, Yeah so apparently. Even those who reported that their congregations offer actually offered. Worship last week, Fifty, six percent of respondents said they chose not to go. Yeah, and you know. I mean obviously like one of the hotspots repeatedly everywhere this Cova. Is seems like Church's just keep popping up like that was one of the first stories coming out of South Korea right was there was a church like a crazy colty church, but nonetheless. I think that's. Probably. But that was one of the hot spots, and that that was one of the big spreaders of Covid, nineteen and obviously we're seeing that in the United States. We're we're. We're just seeing it right like this is operatives These are the kinds of places that people who care about their health and their communities health. Should, be staying away from and a lot of Christians actually do agree with that depending on their denomination if you look at Black Protestants. And add their numbers up. Sixty eight percent are. Either somewhat uncomfortable or very uncomfortable. Well. Yeah, because it's because this thing is killing them in disproportionate numbers so. I can see why. Hispanic Catholics seventy three percent are are on the uncomfortable side. Really Yeah, yeah, that's that's. That's a number that means something. Yeah, and you're white mainline Protestants. It's sixty at three percent well. Yeah, I mean I'm you know talking to my mom hi mom, if you're listening. The other day, and she was saying that you know she. Attends, a free often attend an Anglican a Canadian Anglican Church She goes there mostly for the for the. For the free coffee I think anyway And music, doesn't she really liked the? It's the Camaraderie and the people. She loves the people there and I don't blame her for that tall any who? She said that they're not going to be going until like late in the fall at the earliest. Really. Yeah fantastic. That's not even an option, so I I mean they're. They're doing it right up there i. don't know about what what the Anglicans are doing down here, but. Well Lake. PISCOPO, here, so yeah. Definitely not Anglican. We broke off from that country. Diane exactly. Anyway. Yeah I just think it's kind of interesting. To contemplate re where people's this raises an interesting thing right like it does ask people where their priorities are right and this is something that is really supposedly really important to them going church right right and their belief in God and one of the things that they're God requires them to be active participants in their religious community. I would assume that's why they go right right and because why, like honestly, I mean God bless your mother and everything I guess friends. Get you there right like I can. But. Those people I think are trying to earn points in heaven. Right sure. And, so anyway, where was my? My point was my point. That's that's the new memoir. That's the title of your memoir now. I. Don't lose it that often. So my point is that. You know when you look at. Where these where people are putting their priorities, right? They're having to do this balancing act between their health. And God right and they're and they're and him parole needs for most people they're proving. They're proving that they are actually rational actors. They're choosing their health their choosing the tangible. They're choosing what is right in front of them over what? I mean the Evangelical. Christians there, the Rangers in this in this game right there. The good ones because they're not letting some dumb disease getting the way. They're God demand of them, and they're going in there doing yeah, and if they died they, they go to heaven and God's. Right and I heard that I've heard that quote. In meet. Why haven't I in articles I've Read I've seen that quote where people are just like like. Yeah, you know like if I get. It gets God's will. God's will be done. You know and it's like. Oh. Yeah, it's pretty. It's pretty

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Escrow tops NHL players' list of concerns ahead of CBA talks

Joe DeCamara and Jon Ritchie

00:44 sec | Last week

Escrow tops NHL players' list of concerns ahead of CBA talks

"Is not to excuse in any way the petty ugly tone deaf fight that baseball owners and players just weeks against each other but it is worth pointing out that the calendar did them no favors their season hadn't started yet so the full effect of the shutdown was staring them in the face basketball and hockey haven't fully addressed the worst of the pandemic yet they're big fights are looming Rangers winger Artemi Panarin got the puck moving yesterday by suggesting players maybe stay away from training camps until their escrow issue is solved money is withheld from players to make sure there's a fifty fifty revenue split with owners and players are tired of making up work orders miscues so if you're angry at baseball players you may need to make room for some others later this year

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Link Still The Boss

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

06:37 min | Last week

Link Still The Boss

"Jay Taking look at market at the moment of got to sign on a great deals change on yesterday I mean. Look we. We're up. Tonight it looks pretty strange on the fifth minute Chalamet. Tell you about what just happened before. This was about forty five minutes ago. Roughly on the on the ten am cancer. The ten fifteen can we pushed down to naughty, one hundred and sixty full, and only close close at nine to sixty one hundred dollars is very quick. Rural Real quick they're. Now. One of the main. Geez, it's pretty difficult to tell. This market has bain susceptible to those spot. Sometimes, we have saying that often around the morning session to you know we've seen those ruby candles, or and this one was a big of striking. It's not an overly large candle by any stretch of the imagination. It's just one of these candles. for May. It's some. It's just it. We'd that's. Women high point four percent up on bitcoin not now. We did get to a that was pretty hefty. Thousand Ninety full before closing at ninety two forty. This could just seems to be a little bit confused what it wants to do, but I tell you it's holding and it's been holding up here. Around that nine thousand to ten thousand mark, let's just say for the best part of walk since we got here, which was back on the thirtieth of April. So that's all of my and we are just about through jury not too long ago now for join, and it's been hanging out above nine thousand, the longer it holds above nine thousand. The better at potentially could get a hang in there as indicated. Sorry, would that pulling the more it looks like a consolidation that a than actual issued pros. It does sane to be comfortable up the now. Of course we have had the half and a couple of months ago now so. I'd spoken to this prior to the having and saying to everybody that look in the Pasta too offerings prior I can't change significantly. We're just off the. You know what we've seen. There is that we saw console eight for one of them and then move significantly high in the multiple thousands of percent. Also saying them dip. And then move higher in the multiple lodge amounts of returns as well so we've seen to Havanese, both one console one fell and then moved. Off Really liked to hype the way he could sell it. And continue to move here on Bitcoin as well to the upside. It would be lovely to see. We've gotta get above that. Ten, thousand bucks. Full brother anytime soon, but it would be very nice force to get Bitcoin right now we are at ninety, two, hundred, eighty, one. Dole's up point full full. Of a percent at the moment moving to a theory now at two, hundred, thirty, two and ninety cents up point two full I look. The of doesn't look too bad. That weekly trends still there really locked look of this trend to I think it's a good looking Jot It's just a matter now. Alva of getting that trend back in and kicking on. To further up saw that's that's really what the crux of it is just hanging out and waiting for that to occur. We haven't gone just yet. We need to break. Above a cool it to fifty, then we'll have that uptrend back in the swing of things, counterpoint to full Alviti, percent xl pays daily down trying to look. I was looking at stalking in short this morning because it's bane the waste out of the law Except, phase not really rattled the cage too much at all this year. It's been a very. As Been Crab Woken shall, we say it's been very very small in in its ranger. Course we did you know full to a low of at ten cents. Back away sold at big full earlier in the year in March but we. We've rebounded rebounded. We rebounded that twenty three and a half cents, but we've just. Feel like I feel like for quite some Thomas Bain Very. Saad wise, you know. We're looking at one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight nine ten eleven. Twelve weeks. That's three months while we haven't seen a great of activity and I. Suppose it probably feels. Longer than it is. Three weeks is a long time in Crypto is seventy awake so. You know we are currently sitting up on I'll pay point four four percent of one I taint point two cents, but I'm really keeping on today to see if I can find a short guy would if there are shorts on the table down eighteen cents is sort of where I'm looking bitcoin cash three thirty three dollars, tens two hundred thirty three dollars and ten cents its up point three four yesterday it did close flat on the again, a very solid wise shot, wanting to save get out of that sawed consolidation guy very boring much the signs that saw Pai simultaneous they abyss face hanging in there seven, hundred and seventy two. H Down today is down point three of a percent again, a very average looking shot nothing to be too exhausted about lot hanging in there as well yesterday. What Lot coin yesterday was Dan? Listen support on lot Barrett that that forty live at forty, one sixty one. There is a level of support running through, and that could potentially setup trades over the coming days if there is going to be a further downstream always. To having. Shows will be Ivan to actively pursuing shorts. I don't have any short trades. On at the modern actions about I don't have any trades are open at the moment just watching that level of forty one fifty sixty around that sort of ragent saying how we go up half percent forty two year fifty today look assigned can also said. there is a bit of support down around with turtles. Forty Watching that as well as it does, build and consolidate into their modern. Actually give me a short tried. I would currently forty eight, which represents point four two percent gain tonight, thus far with one hour into the trading day the folk. A little while ago full. That's anything to a significant dent. Also today there is a bit of support down there on around to forty six. To forty three, forty, six, so behaving and all of that threat, the dies well just save. It does come down given other opportunities, their full mate Bonnets at fifteen dollars and ninety five cents really slide gone. It did have been dip. Damn came straight back down point seven percent USA closing at Fifteen Dole's ninety nine cents. A fifteen dollars ninety seven right now. I'll off percent not much going on. That's buffet.

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Fuelling Change

PODSHIP EARTH

05:26 min | 3 weeks ago

Fuelling Change

"From the moment that I came out of college and I came out of college into the Black, power movement. I knew that I wanted to devote my life to try to advance racial justice. Achieve Racial Justice and I've had a lot of different opportunities to do that. So my whole adult life has been devoted to this, but it's only been in recent years that I have come to the conclusion that so many of the systems and attitudes that hold us back as a nation in terms of being able to be fully inclusive. We're never set up for that goal and reform efforts two years ago, policy link had one of its summits, and the theme was our power, our future, our nation. We were trying to make the point in two thousand eighteen. Really did have the power to try to achieve what we wanted. That the future will be determined by what happens to the very people who are being left behind and that we need to stop standing on the side of the nation. Mentally thinking about what it needs to do NCI. Selves as leaders to do it. And my opening talk was called radical imagination fueling change, and really was trying to set a tone that says. It is within our imaginations to visualize what it is. We need and we need to use that as our North Star. So that even if we're just doing reform efforts, we know that the reform is not winning. It has to be a step in the direction of annual star. and to turn things upside down in terms of how we think about change. Standing that we will not achieve health through the provision of healthcare. It's essential but insufficient. We need healthy communities. We need healthy environments. We need access to food. We need incomes that allow people to be able to live with dignity to understand. Providing healthcare doesn't achieve wellbeing. That, we can't solve our housing problems just by building more housing. We need to rethink housing because we have a Lotta. Empty housing around with the structure of how we think about housing allows for Empty Housing and homelessness to exist side by side. We need to begin to think of housing as a human right, and also lifted up the notion that we cannot arrest ourselves to safety that police are not what we need to build safe communities. We need to think about getting rid of police and asking ourselves. What do we need for the safety that we? We want. It takes trust it takes familiarity. It takes a whole lot of things that have nothing to do with policing in so back in two thousand eighteen I never expected this. Those ideas would now be and center so when we started the podcast a year ago, little less, we just picked up on those things that we were moving forward, and it has been really interesting to find the advocates all across the country, and to tell their stories, and to lift up their solutions, and now seeing them out there on the streets of the nation leading change. It's amazing to see. That transformation and maybe kind of recount. The the history of why do we have police I think we'll take? Police grinded just saying we're not GONNA arrest our way to safety. Why do we even have a police force? When I decided to do the podcast on police abolition? Educate myself and what I discovered. Is that police in the south started to catch runaway slaves? That's how they developed. Developed that police in the northeast started to hold down the demands and activities of labor in the southwest. It was the Texas Rangers Oh, and we know what they were doing. And yet we have taken these systems that were all about contain and control, and we tried to turn it into the mechanism, but community safety and wellbeing, and it's ridiculous. What we really need to ask is what. What do we want and then think about who can do it? We know that we have a mental health problem that keeps presenting itself to the police over half of the police killings in the nation or of people who have mental health problems, and yet we're not turn to mental health professionals to deal with that, which trained police how to respond when there's a mental health emergency and. And then not getting it obviously that we know that young people don't have enough to do, and we give police money for things like midnight, basketball and other kind of sports programs for young people, and yet we have neighborhood associations. We have boys and girls clubs. We have organizations that are there to engage young people who are strapped for resources and going out of business every day. When we think about domestic violence, a lot of domestic violence requires a number of mentions that have nothing to do with policing and so moving from understanding. Why did this institution develop in the first place to asking? Is this the institution for the goals that we now in modern day see that we need and thinking about using our budgets so that we are really as municipalities and other regions investing the resources where they really you're gonNA. Make the difference that lead to wellbeing that to safety,

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Ford, VW to collaborate on vans, pickup, electric vehicle

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:40 sec | 3 weeks ago

Ford, VW to collaborate on vans, pickup, electric vehicle

"Home is that a four door VW Ford and Volkswagen are now working together to develop a small van a larger cargo van a small pickup truck and an electric vehicle as part of their global alliance they announced it last year the companies announced today some of the details of what the venture will yield with a small van created by Volkswagen and a one ton cargo van engineered by Ford both companies will sell the vans Volkswagen will also make a small pickup built on the underpinnings of Ford ranger and Ford will build an electric vehicle for Europe based on VW's modular design the automakers alliance is one of a string of industry partnerships designed to share the costs of developing new

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"rangers" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

07:52 min | Last month

"rangers" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Him. Hanging above the entrance of the school is black figure hanging in effigy. And banks and the other Rangers refused to take down because they said they didn't put it up. You're right. It is a very striking photo and. Given! What's going on today? It it really has. Some residents and we're going back again to nineteen fifty seven as long way back, but it's. It's still echoes today. How did Sergeant banks treat others on the scene in advance like like journalists for example I mean this was. This was a noteworthy event. If a reports came around and start asking uncomfortable questions, banks removed them. Sometimes as he said with the aid of a Rangers boot, or he would threaten them with the rest, or you would tell them. He was going to take their cameras and expose their film. He was not friendly to. to journalists who were working at one point, a priest showed up and try to talk to the crowd about loving one's neighbor and banks escorted him from the scene. He didn't have to kick him, but he did escort in from the scene. I mean backs wasn't putting up with a nonsense. At these places he became. Good friends with The White Citizens Council which is. Pro Segregationist Group. Call across the south, but they had a branch and Texarkana. When it was all done the the White Citizens Council was so happy with ranger banks. They gave him a chicken dinner. know it's not so remarkable for local law enforcement to support segregationists in the south in the nineteen fifties. It is kind of remarkable. How sergeant banks actions as arranger were remembered and described in later media accounts. Tell us about that. was presented as a hero and. Was for these actions. Yes, it was. Again and again he was described in media reports as the man who. Kept the mobs under control, and and her kept the scene pacified and. helped. BRING PEACE TO A. Volatile situation well, the way he did that was as I, said Threatened to arrest. Any black students showed up and. Tried to enroll. There's an interesting postscript to this. That is very very recent. This involves statue of Sergeant banks which has stood for many years in love field, which is one of two airports in Dallas. What's tell us about this? Statue was Sculpted in the late nineteen fifties nineteen fifty-nine somewhere in there. A local businessman, a man who ran a chain of Cafeterias WanNa to have a statue, commemorating the Rangers, and as I said it's. J banks was a very handsome guy. He looked like ranger, and so the the sculptor used him as the model. It's stands about twelve feet high on its base. Lovely brass statue, and for many many many years it has. Has has stood in the lobby of love field, and for passengers, disembarking and coming down the steps into the into the main lobby. That's what the first thing they see is. Is this big statue of J banks? Now that the book is out, the city of Dallas has decided that this statue was going to be removed and I think they are removing as we speak. And what what happens to it? I don't know where it goes I. Don't know, but. The discussion has started. Doug Swanson is a veteran, investigative reporter and editor. His new book is cu-ltive. Glory, the bold and brutal history of the Texas Rangers. He'll be back to talk more about the Rangers. After a short break I'm Dave. Davies. This is fresh air. Support for NPR and the following message. Come from duck duck go. Are you fed up with companies selling your data duck duck? Gumbo can help. They helped millions of people like you take back their privacy online with one download you can search and browse privately. Avoiding trackers duck duck go privacy simplified. As the nation deals with the fallout of a horrific police killing in Minneapolis. We're talking veteran investigative reporter Doug Swanson. He's written a book about a law. Enforcement Agency widely celebrated in TV and film, which discovers has a little known history of abusive conduct and racial and ethnic oppression. History of the Texas Rangers is called Glory. The Rangers had quite a history with Texas in WCTC didn't? Do factor to back in nineteen. Nineteen, which is known as the red summer across the country for all the. LYNCHINGS and racial incidents. And there was one in Longview Texas in East Texas. Nearly collapsed in a race war. So. The Rangers decided they had to do something about that. They were they were very concerned about. Racial outbreaks in Texas. But what they decided to do was forced the ACP at a Texas so again on the governor's orders they began meeting with. Police chiefs and sheriffs across the State Trying to figure out ways to infiltrate NAACP meetings, to. Stop Black oriented newspapers from coming in to Texas. They would talk to the post masters if you see entities papers like the Chicago defender and others tear them up. Don't deliver them. They talk to gun stores and told him don't sell any guns. Legally! To black people. Hand then they tried to break up the meetings where. They warned black people were trying to. figure out ways to get their rights. That was a bad thing back in one, thousand, nine, thousand, nine, hundred Texas as far as the Rangers were concerned. What was the impact on the EP? Well eventually. They were forced out of the state. This happened after the. Desegregation efforts of the nineteen fifties. The state itself the. Attorney, general and other powerful members of the state. TOOK THE NAACP to court and had them. For a while thrown out of Texas. They were seen as an illegal operation and the state of Texas. The ranger again were part of that, but just a small part. This goes back to the general theme which is. Yes there were heroic rangers. Yes, they'd done many. Good things, but they have acted throughout their history has the force of the White Tower structure and the state that's that's been their role and large part. I want to talk about the Rangers. Role in a farmworker strike in the Rio, Grande Valley in the nineteen sixties, but before we get to that, tell me just a little bit about the rangers his way of dealing with. Labor disputes. Well the Rangers have been as I, said the agents of the government, so if the government thought a strike needed to be broken, they often sin in the Rangers They broke up railroad strikes. They broke up Longshoremen strikes even broke up a cowboy strike up in panhandle. Longtime ago, so they had a long history as strikebreakers even before they got the farmworkers. Down South Texas in nineteen, sixty seven. I want to talk about this armor strike in the Rio Grande Valley. A key figure for the Rangers was a captain named a Y. Alley. He and before we talk about what happened in the strike. Just give us a thumbnail description of him and his style. Captain Allie was a beloved captain by his men. He would always go.

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City removes Texas Ranger statue at Dallas Love Field over racism concerns

Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis

00:26 sec | Last month

City removes Texas Ranger statue at Dallas Love Field over racism concerns

"The city of Dallas is removing the iconic Texas ranger statue from the love field airport the decision prompted by an excerpt from a new book about the agency's history which the book says includes incidents of police brutality and racism the book is called cult of glory the bold and brutal history of the Texas Rangers spokesperson for Dallas love field says the fate of the statues now in the hands of the city's office of arts and culture for now and remain in

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Petition asks the Omni Dallas to display 'Black Lives Matter'

Dave Ramsey

00:47 sec | Last month

Petition asks the Omni Dallas to display 'Black Lives Matter'

"You know the sun starts to go down the Dallas skyline will shine brightly one of the most iconic buildings the omni hotel known for using its lights on the building for you know special messages relating to latest events could be Mavericks wins it could be you know fourth fourth of July we see turning dark as Rangers you're actually you know there's actually petition out for them right now change dot org asking for signatures to change the lights to read B. L. M. or black lives matter now this comes amid protests continuing across the metroplex demanding justice for the death of George Floyd representatives of the hotel said that they are awaiting approval from the city to make the change tonight however the mayor's office told central track that the hotel does not require any approval to post any messages that it wants

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Protests spark fears of new COVID surges

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

04:12 min | Last month

Protests spark fears of new COVID surges

"What happens when protests and demonstrations meet a genuine viral threat Dr Jon Rubin is the CEO of the medical college of Wisconsin is joining us live on WTMJ good morning Sir thank you so much for your time soul the tendency I think among some people lose that cincy for home got lifted the virus went away that obviously is not the case now add in the fact that people are being so active socially and politically with street demonstrations and such I would imagine this is just gonna be like a Petri dish for this virus to spread thanks thanks so much for the questions you have and it's an important one you know we did see our largest three day total of new covert nineteen cases last week what about seventeen hundred cases from Thursday through Saturday and that is of significant concern on the other hand we're not seeing a huge spike in hospitalizations or deaths at least not in the last week with regard to the protests at Lancaster by knowledge and the pain and anger that people are feeling about the killing of George white and the longstanding frustration about the slow pace of dealing with racism and racial disparities so no one in minimizing anyway the reasons why people would allow ranger which exercise our right to protest peacefully but I am concerned about the potential impact of the protests not just because of crowding in the fact that some people were wearing face coverings but also because we know African American and Latino populations and other disenfranchised minorities have a higher likelihood of contracting culvert nineteen and minorities have worse outcomes especially African Americans you know on down to lead their issues with the healthcare system that need to be addressed also including an inequitable access and unconscious biases some of our providers but I I do think the problem is a reflection of many contributors to health especially the social determinants of health any of those under guard a lot of the protests doctoring and some people are taking a met wearing a mask and and turning it into a political statement can you clarify what good masks do what good wearing a mask does yeah thanks for the question Jane this really shouldn't be a political issue this is an issue of Kurdistan solidarity what we know is if people wear either a cloth or paper paper update covering that they reduce the spread of their own respiratory droplets when they call cough or sneeze and that's really important way that we can prevent spreading cut a symptomatic disease to other people many many people now know that covert nineteen can be spread when you when you feel perfectly fine and in fact you may be your peak level of contagious missing a day or two before you start your own symptoms Dr at the beginning of this I think a big part of slowing the curb was to alleviate pressure on health care workers how are they doing it have we progressed in terms of trying to take some of that pressure off of hospitals and health care workers yeah thanks for the question again we're doing really well in Wisconsin I think we were fortunate that we were weeks to months behind some other municipalities and we learned a lot about the virus just in terms of how to take care of patients who need to be admitted to the hospital and who needs to go in the icy use so I think we're doing reasonably well we do want to make sure that people continually social distancing good hand hygiene and making sure that they're careful about talking coughing sneezing around other people so that we don't have another surge that can overwhelm the capacity of our health systems really don't well here Dr John Raymond the CEO of the medical college of Wisconsin joining us live on WTMJ only got about a minute left but I wanted to ask you there's a a conventional wisdom being spread by some that this thing is going to cook out as summer is upon us that the bug is going to go away got up to ninety plus yesterday so certainly felt like summer is there any truth to that well we all hope that it will go away but I would say that the evidence is a weekend that there's a weather related factor with covert nineteen factors take a look at the southern hemisphere more it's been warm and there's been very significant spread of the disease so we can hold but I would still say let's socially distance and protect

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"rangers" Discussed on Earth Rangers

Earth Rangers

02:02 min | Last month

"rangers" Discussed on Earth Rangers

"All right Rangers here comes the sound clip listen. Okay, here's a little hint. We've learned a lot about this creature in past episode. In fact, we even spoke to this animals zookeeper from the Toronto Zoo. Any ideas. Here's that sound more time? Ready to guess. Did you. Rhinoceros. If you did your. Who would have thought rhinos with sound like that? That sounded more like good tiny bird as opposed to Jane Norms Rhinoceros to me. There are actually five different types of Rhino on earth, two species from Africa, the Black Rhino in the white. Rhino and three from Asia Sumatran, Javan and greater one horned. Finals are such important animals. They're one of the largest land mammals alive today. Unfortunately, there are fewer than thirty thousand of them alive in the wild. Rhinos have been hunted. For Their Horn as some cultures believe the horns have medicinal properties. They absolutely do not in fact. Do you know what Rhino Horns are made of? Carrington. That's the same stuff. Your hair and fingernails are made of and last time I checked. There wasn't nothing medicinal about hair or fingernails. Rhinos need our protection. They're big. They're beautiful and we WANNA make sure that they're here for a long long time. For more INFO about rhinos and a superfund interview with my friend, Angie, the Rhino Keeper Checkout Episode Twenty Two of the Earth Rangers podcast. Rangers I am really excited because it's time for our creature feature..

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Dallas - ‘Concert In Your Car’ At Globe Life Field

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:36 sec | 2 months ago

Dallas - ‘Concert In Your Car’ At Globe Life Field

"State Rangers announced a new concert series it's unique because social distancing will be implied Rangers college concert in your car thank you drive in movie needs live concert John decker with the Rangers says the shows will take place June fourth through seventh in love B. between globe life park in globe life field the performers in order will be the Eli young band whiskey Myers Pat green and Kevin Felber Josh Abbott together shows are sixty minutes long and can only be heard through the vehicle's FM radio all the artistic plan acoustic sets acoustic sets allow us to minimize

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"rangers" Discussed on Earth Rangers

Earth Rangers

06:39 min | 2 months ago

"rangers" Discussed on Earth Rangers

"Oh we're thing I wanted to ask you since I have you on the line now. Is it true that versus sleep standing up because that does not sound very comfortable so there's two kinds of sleep and Horses do One version standing up and one version lying down so they have really really special ligaments to cross their knees that lock into place to let them do really really deep napping. But it's not the kind of sleep where they can dream. Dot kind of sleep is called. Rem Sleep and they need about four hours a day of that but it doesn't need to be altogether and for REM sleep lie down but because they can get really really good rest on their feet there. Is this whole thought process. That horses sleep standing up. So it's true and it's not true. Gotcha got you sound of that. Really deep napping in. I'm going to try and do it yourself. Let me know how it goes. Well thank you so much for talking to me. I feel like I've learned so much about of course I didn't know before and it's really amazing to hear about everything you in the horses do to help people. It's been my pleasure. Thanks for calling. Okay have a great day. Oh and thank you so much take care you too bye Earth Rangers. It's official earth. Rangers courses are amazing animals. Either way do you know what it means? If you find a horseshoe sombor horses walking around in their socks now if you recall I played you an animal sound earlier in the podcast. Just refresh your memory. Let's hear it again. Did you figure out which animal made that noise? It's a porcupine are animal ambassador. Friend Willow to be exact. Quo is a prehensile tails porcupine. Which means she is a long tail that uses to help her climb in hold onto trees. Prehensile tailed porcupines originally from South America. And they spend much of their day in trees. Porcupines are covered in quills. In fact the only quilt free areas are their noses stomachs and bottoms of their feet. No it's no secret that that's how I got her name. Can you imagine if bringing with Stephanie or Caroline Caroline the Porcupine anyways despite with some may think porcupines cannot throw or shoot their quills? And what did these rodents like to eat? Leaves Flowers shoots arc en routes? They're Herbert's also next time. You're in South America hoping to catch a glimpse of a prehensile tailed porcupine. Don't expect to see one during the day. They'RE NOCTURNAL NEW YORK. You find very adorable over before you go. You guys know that I've been asking you to send in your own personal animal encounter story and today. We'll hear the very first submission which comes from Earth Rangers stature. Let's check it out by name. Thatcher I'm seven. India live in Washington state. Usa here's my story about the animal. I saw in Colorado this August Colorado cabinet listening to the sound heard the crickets chirping loudly diehard. A tree swaying softly. Eventually I fell asleep after talking with my cousin tour. My Mom Joe. Sleep to at three. Am Mom heard a crack remarkable. She went downstairs. Tiptoeing to investigate. She peeked out the window. And she saw something shocking. This Summer O.'S. In a very early sweetser is on the downstairs to where my mom was drinking her morning coffee. She told me the cabin oddly. Shaped FOOTPRINT OF MR tried to eat a dinner. Leftovers visitor had brown water repair in the most serious seen upside down. Dumpster was waiting for a had to investigate turns out the footprint. The carpet the chunks of hair. The upside down dumpster turned out for browsing by. How what an amazing story. Thank you from Washington State. You really kept us on the edge of our seat there until the very end awesome job and a nighttime visit from a brown bear certainly makes for a good story. Have you ever had an encounter with an animal? I'd love to hear it but remember it has to be a real story. Something that happened to you or someone you know in real life you can tell us your story. By going to Earth Rangers Dot com slash podcast and click on the green button with the megaphone. That says Lima's The message I love to hear all your stories and remember submitting your story. You'll automatically enter our contest for a chance to win a special Earth Rangers Prize. Pack Well Earth Rangers. It's been quite a day. We learned about horses and their Buick writing. And we met a prickly little porcupine friend. Cucolo rave now though. It's time for me to quit fooling around candor out of your bef- right talk so much that I get forced next week. We're going to need an incredibly tough animal with a mutation until then I stay in the saddle have a super and Jesus best robot ever..

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"rangers" Discussed on Earth Rangers

Earth Rangers

11:50 min | 2 months ago

"rangers" Discussed on Earth Rangers

"Holda before we can answer that question. I think we've hit the brakes for a second and talk about domestication. Let's look at dogs? For example very long time ago they were much like wolves ancient cultures domesticated dog so they became much more friendly. When you compare them to their wolf ancestors you sure wouldn't want a pet wolf. But how did this domestication happen? Well people from these ancient cultures took the friendliest wolves and read them with each other. It took many many generations but by always selecting the friendliest in each litter to continue breeding over time. These animals changed so much so that they were no longer wolf. A very simple. I think happened with horses. Thousands of years ago people took wild horses and by selectively Breeding Them. They created the various horse breeds. We know today. Nowadays we have over two hundred different dog breeds but we also have wolves in the wild. So do you think that there are still wild horses that were never ever domesticated by humans? Take a guess the answer now but there's a type of course that everyone thought was wild. It's called the Press Wall Skis Horse. It's originally from Mongolia and many people called it. The only truly wild horse alive today. There are of course extinct wild horses but after a team of researchers looked at its DNA a little more closely in twenty eighteen. It seemed as though the Press Wolski Horse is descended from horses which were domesticated fifty five hundred years ago by the bow tied people in Kazakhstan. So even though it's ancestors were domesticated a long time ago. This horse is still technically feral. Not Wild horses rare really rare in fact the wall. Cds Horse was actually extended the wild but thanks to successful breeding programs at Zoos and conservation efforts this small stocky horse has been reintroduced into its native habitat. Now who's ready for some excellent wacky facts about Horses Samantha? Start the countdown top. Ten amazing facts about horses number. Ten horses are found on every continent except Antarctica number. Nine horses are measured in hands. A hand equals four inches. Number eight horses are herbivores. They mostly eat grass but domesticated horses also enjoy oats barley and hay number. Seven horses are cold full number. Six baby horses are much more independent than maybe people bulls can run just hours after birth number five. There are more than three hundred fifty. Four threes number. Four courses are social animals. Feral horses live in herds of three. To Twenty members number. Three horses can live for over thirty years number. Two the speed at which horse walks is called the gate they can walk. Trot. Canter and Gallop. Gallup is the fastest and number. One opponent isn't a baby horse. It's an adult horse that shorter than one hundred and forty centimeters. Now if you're like me and can't get enough of forces you'll love to hear him in a place. In Toronto called the Community Association for riders with Disabilities or Card Insurance people go there to practice riding. Which means having people ride horses for therapeutic reasons like helping with balance coordination and strength the horses and the Stack in card help young clients from the age of four and even people on their sixties to cope with challenges. They may experience because of their disability for a bit more about therapeutic riding. Let's talk to Sean Walden and see what we can learn about these helpful horses. Hello Speaking Hi Shawna. This is Earth Ranger Anna from the Earth Rangers. Podcast how you doing today. I'm great. Thanks for calling how are you? I'm good. I'm doing an episode all about horses today and I was wondering if I could ask you questions absolutely. I always like to talk about horses awesome. Are you writing a horse rate now? No I'm not Irish but it would be a little dangerous to answer the phone while riding but I'm getting ready to right after our call. Oh no that makes sense just would have been cool. Though it would have been cool. I could put the phone to their face. Nicholas at hot anyways. I have to say that besides being an international wildlife investigator podcasters. It's always been my dream to work with horses. Now you get to work with horses and people that Super Amazing and you tell me how you got to do this job lake. Have you always had a soft spot for horses in your heart? I have actually always always loved horses since the time I was really young but because I lived in the city I only got to see them during the summer at summer camp and so I was about fourteen when my best friend came across this barn called Card which is a barn. That's in the city and we came to check it out and we found out that card Volunteer based sable and when I got to see people my age as clients younger than me or than me and they find things really hard that I did very easily and then I could see how the Horse Health Damn to master those skills. It was a huge eye-opening moment for me and I just never stopped working at guard on. It's so cool. So do you get to ride a lot yourself? I write several times a week. my job is in just two right. Usually I will ride more often. Winter Training a horse to begin working the program But other than that. I pitched in to help. The horses stay exercised and fit for their jobs. Oh I wanted to ask you about that. I'm really curious how horses are trained to be therapy animals. How does it work? How does it work? So there's this whole thing that happens before they ever get to facility. And then they do. An intensive thirty to sixty day training period where they're getting training in some manner every single day in the aspects of their role. Gotcha so it's like Horse boot camp. It is very much like horse bootcamp. How many horses live at your location? Do you have a favorite? We have thirteen amazing horses that I have to favorites. I have Skoca a big handsome Canadian that we have and splash who is a smaller painters. That we have. Oh cute. Now. Can you explain to our listeners? How Horseback Riding Helps People? How horses help people well. How do they not help? People is probably shorter. Answer but how or help people most people think of riding the horse when they think of it therapeutic riding even though there's lots to it from the ground and when a person sits on a horse the way that the moves that person particularly there have sent their spine is the same way that person would move if they were on the ground locking so it is the only known replica of the Human Walking Gait and that means for our writers who haven't yet learned how to walk or who do walk but have some difficulty with it because of their disability the movement input from the Horse is going to train or retrain their body and how to move how it is so cool. There's like a natural similarity between the movements. Only known replica. The Human Walking Gait. You can sit on donkey or camel or anything else and it won't move either way too. He would move us. Horse Pelvis moved exactly like ours so we have three planes of movement three directions. Our body moves in when it's blocking and the horse does the same thing so we can sit on the horse and be moved it cool now. What's a wonderful story? You can tell us about a horse helping prison to feel better You know there's a lot of stories and I like to say that Our horses have helped people to say their first words take their first steps but a couple of stories that come to mind One of my writers who was in junior high school at the time was getting ready to do a class project in the class project that you had to stand up and present in front of everybody which was a really really scary thing for her because she had a lot of difficulty speaking and when she got anxious it got worse so she wasn't sure how she was going to be able to do this and it was stressing her out a lot and causing a lot of problems and then Her teacher actually suggested that since she goes riding every week and she shared how important it was to her. Maybe she should project on horses and that really really inspired this young person and she was able to Not only give her presentation but talk. Vdi really well through it and to stay motivated and not get upset when she had a problem with her speech during the presentation. So that's one of my favorite stories for sure Another one is a young woman who is currently writing with us right now and she has multiple health issues which put her in the hospital frequently and she has always loved horses but being able to come to card and ride has very very special for her but while she loves riding horses. Muskoka as one of her favorites that her mom has told me that for several days after she rides Muskoka. She will have a significant change in her mood. She's bouncier happier more motivated and anything that she has to do with respect to her. We're dealing with her. Health is handled in a much more Confident manner because those things take a huge hit with all of the stuff she has to deal with but after riding Muskoka she can handle various health challenges with more optimism and willingness. So we try and make sure she rides before she has any hostile points. That's amazing and I know every time I get to ride. I have a huge smile on my face so I know exactly what you mean exactly exactly and splashes also helped a young a young boy. He's writing with us right now to sit up on his own. He came to us not being able to do that. He always needed to lean against the back of a chair or be held up and because of her little legally Gigli movement and her broad back he was able to gain the strength and balance to eventually sit up on his own without being held and talk about smiles. Emma she was just beaming. That is completely amazing. Like it really sounds like card and the horses have such a powerful impact on people's lives. We call it the magic connection which can sound maybe a little bit goofy but you only need to be nearer horse for a few minutes to realize there is something very magical about it and then just by being who. They are They they gave us so much. And then all of the therapeutic benefits on top of that. It's just unbelievable. It really does sound like.

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"rangers" Discussed on Earth Rangers

Earth Rangers

04:27 min | 3 months ago

"rangers" Discussed on Earth Rangers

"Higher. Three injures me Earth Ranger Emma? Sorry I haven't been on air for a while. I've actually been busy helping my best friend. Sarah Starter own podcast. It's called the big mouth and it's all about climate change and how it's affecting people and animals around the world but don't worry it's not the typical scary story kind of deal that may expect some climate change podcast. No Sarah does a great job staying positive and her show Super Fun. Oh wait she actually sent me a recording of the exact moment when she decided to start the show. They should play that for you. So you'll see what I mean Let me see Where's that clip? Yeah here we go big thoughts say let me God just so much to think about where to even start I know I school today. We had an assembly with like a slide show thing and it was all about climate change and environmentalism and it was crazy. The whole thing was just problem after problem and everyone speaking and either presentations with some vague warning about things that works and like that's the usual right every time you turn on the news you hear that officials say climate change and most of the time. I just listening this bad feeling in worried and like that's it but today I don't know something changed. I was listening to it and I just kept thinking. This isn't okay. Why is this still like this? Someone Someone needs to say something. Someone needs to do something and then. I fought me right. I think about this all the time. I care deeply about the planet. I know how to fact check in research. I kind of know how to record audio. Kinda but the point is this plan started to form in my mind and now I feel like I have to do it. My guys I'm going to do it. I'm going to start a podcast to figure out what's really going on with climate change. But it's going to be different. I'M GONNA do it in a way that flips the usual bad news. No answers vibe. 'cause like who needs more that. I'm going to try and talk to people who really study it and cut through the noise like the people who are actually changing things. Scientists Aktyubinsk risks. And he is. I can get on the phone even more than that. I WanNA talk to teams. Feel the same way I do and have started to act because I know I know so many other teams all over the world are the same and I just think if we can find each other and communicate. Maybe we can actually turn things around. It's a lot to think about but I am so ready to do this. That was by bus. Sorry I gotta go. Hey wait a melt. Podcast is brought to you by Earth Rangers and Gen Z. Media climate change is changing everything. And I've got something to say about that. The big melt. Don't freak out figuring out. Make sure to smash that. Subscribe Button where you get your task later. Staters Sarah. Doesn't that sound cool? You should totally check it out just search for the big melt in your podcast APP to subscribe. She's a bunch of episodes that already. Okay I'll be back with new episodes of the Earth Rangers podcasting until then stay awesome and coupon ranging bringer..

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"rangers" Discussed on Earth Rangers

Earth Rangers

03:25 min | 9 months ago

"rangers" Discussed on Earth Rangers

"Hello there and welcome to the Earth Rangers podcast Rangers and let's not here right now so I guess I'll be today so Oh sorry oh my Gosh Hi Emily I had a rough landing on my flight back from aw and I had to check BESSE's landing Gearan hate Steve What are you doing here why is it recording light on on the podcast station Oh I was just filling in for you because I thought your thank you thank you okay that's okay. I got okay okay okay fine all right. I'll see you later bye listeners blow listeners and welcome to Earth Rangers podcast I'm Ruth Ranger Emma its one and only hopes no no no your favorite animal and wildlife report Earth Ranger now where was I been traveling so much lately but I finally home and now it's time to start cataloging collection of sound recording I I've been to so many places on this big beautiful earth like a check this out this is from the the National Park when I went to Tanzania to learn all about Cheetahs he knew that he's chirping noises right okay and here's when I traveled all the way north of the Arctic Ocean and the Sensational Song of the Beluga Whale Sorry Bit Wendy that day but listen to what happens when the Mike dips down below the wakes amazing right now I'm back home you know even though I've been to so many exciting places on earth and I've seen some pretty amazing creatures I have to admit I really don't need to travel far to see super cool animals I can just look outside don't believe me think about it there are lots of animals that live near people in the suburbs and even in the city just close your eyes and remember what kind of animals you may have seen throughout this year there's tiny Birt's.

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"rangers" Discussed on Earth Rangers

Earth Rangers

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"rangers" Discussed on Earth Rangers

"Thanks to Jessica dryer PHD student and Harry pepper an undergrad both at the university of Tennessee. Thanks, also to Fran Hutchins director of Bracken cave in Katie Jephson, the content producer bat conservation international super special things to our friend hilly Gillespie for playing my Robin and coming to the back cave and thinking photos, you can see those photos and videos of that weather on our blog science podcast for kids dot com slash blog. We also had information about how you can visit Bracken cave. And we have another great episode about bats called the cave of the upside down bat. It's one of our early favorites this week for our patriot members we're going to be sharing more of our visit with Jessica, including some fascinating facts about what it's like to go inside the cave. If you're not a member yet pledge patriot dot com slash tumble podcast. You'll be help. Us continue to make this show. I'm Lindsay Patterson. And I wrote in produced this episode, and I'm Marsha chimera. And I make all of the music. Thanks for listening in tune in next time for more stories of science discovery. Same bat time same bat channel. Hey guys ever again. Did you like the episode? I know I did if you want more tumbled podcast, you should head over to best robot ever dot com, or wherever you get your podcast to listen and subscribe five or now and keep on ranging. Jay. Best robot ever dot com. Ex-?

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Earth Rangers

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"rangers" Discussed on Earth Rangers

"Bat. And so now, I've got a little juvenile male bat in my hand. And if you put your twosomes next to each other that's about how big the body of the bat is oh my God. So amazing. Well, he's got his wings all spread out, and you can see the membranes. And he's oh tiny. And they only way I don't know like ten twelve grams which is about the weight of two quarters. So the next time you go to the dollar store and you're holding fifty cents. That's about how much one of these bass ways. Really a little tiny guys. Yeah. But really feisty as we talked the bat chomped down on Jessica's gloves with its tiny sharp peas, and it started screaming at her. And that's this little guys making those squeaking noises. So that's what a bat sounds like when it's trying to squirm out of your grasp exactly what it sounds like. And they have to say bats are lot different up close than I'd imagined. They're actually kinda cute to me. They look like little puppies. And they've got these huge ears and these little wrinkly lips and he's little whiskers. And so one of my favorite things to do is to bring people out to actually see bats up close because a lot of times. It'll change the way that they feel about bats, which is one of the most rewarding aspects of this work for me. Once we're finished doing an I'm over the adorable baby bat, Jessica got to work. I she had to figure out how old the bat was by measuring the distance between two joint bones and its wing. I've got a microscope here that oddly enough, I actually back light with my cell phone. Because that's the best way to see the joint, and I measure the gap through the microscope. She also drew blood from the tail in collected pellets poop that the bat left behind in the bag. And then there's the issue of bat milk. Oh love the job of a scientist. I know bad milk is actually really difficult to get. Sure. I'm sure it is it really is like milking a cow or any other animal. It's just that they're so tiny. What was it? Like the first time you melt the bat. Very difficult. So has tested my patience. But yeah. So the first time I ever milked that we were catching them earlier in the night. And so they hadn't really produce a lot of milk it. And so I wasn't sure if I was doing it wrong, or if the batch just didn't have milk. And so the first one that I was able to successfully milk like, I don't we? I think like through our hands up into the air and like jumped up and down because we were so excited that it finally worked. I can imagine not too many people have successfully milked the bat probably not enough to make cheese even. Yeah. I think artisanal cheeses thing for good reason. Be like a tiny little pellet. I should also say that you really shouldn't try to catch a bat yourself because there's definitely a risk of rabies noted. So what does Jessica do with all these bat fluids and measurements? She uses them for a little bit of science detective work to figure out what the bat have been eating. So I'm going to be doing stable isotope analysis from the milk samples, and then also from insect samples stable Tope analysis is a technique that reveals unique chemical fingerprint and bat food Jessica's challenge is to find those fingerprints within samples of blood in the pellets of poop from the babies once she does that she can track how the bat diet changes from milk to insects over the course of the summer. So that's really cool. But why is it important to know? How bats are weaned one of the reasons is simply that we don't know. That's our. Are are pretty under studied up till now. And so there's a lot of really basic questions that we just don't know about that. So that in itself is enough to drive me to ask a question. But it's more than that. What Jessica learns could be really important for conservation. Meaning how we protect animals species and their environments understanding the most stressful periods with the highest mortality rates are really important. I guess a classic example of that is our protection strategies with sea-turtles we often will put cages over Ness of seater legs because an easy thing that we can do to help increase sea turtles over ship. And so it's it's kind of the same idea there. We wanna make sure we know as much as possible about their life history. So that we can make the best decisions. We can. So I guess we want to do what we can to make sure that more adorable animal babies survived to become even cuter adults. So they can have another generation of even cuter animal babies. It's a circle of life. Circle of cuteness. So a huge part of making that happen is protecting animal habitat Jessica's able to do her research because group called back conservation international Fahd the land that the back. He was on in order to preserve it conservationists, the real life people and really anyone could grow up to be a real bad person. It's not just for superheroes. You know, five years ago. I never ever would have guessed that this is what I would have been doing. I guess it'd be right next to the largest group of of mammals in the whole world. And that's not a lot of people get to do that and get the privilege to study them. So I feel extremely fortunate that that I'm the kid gets to do this. If you were a bad person. What would you study draws a picture or send us a recording send it to tumble podcast at gmaiLcom or use the contact form on our website who he can't wait to hear your fat adventures? Thanks

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Earth Rangers

08:20 min | 1 year ago

"rangers" Discussed on Earth Rangers

"Here Rangers earth ranger, Emma here employed, you I have a treat for you today. We're going to present an episode from our friends at the tumble podcast. It's all about bats tumble podcast is a science podcast for kids. And every episode tells a fascinating story of science and discovery if you're looking for great podcasts, the whole family can enjoy track tumble. We think both parents and kids guaranteed to learn something, new smart and fun. And personally, I'm a huge fan. So without further ado, here's the episode. Hi, I'm Lindsay and our Marshall. Welcome to tumble the show where we explore stories of science discovery today. We're headed to the bat cave. You mean the place where Batman and Robin? Hang out waiting for calls about crimes and Gotham city. No, it's way cooler than that. We're going on a field trip to the biggest back Coney in the entire world where we'll meet a bat biologist and find out how bats learn to be bad. One morning this summer. I got up to watch the sunrise on an old ranch outside of San Antonio, Texas. But there was one element of the sunrise. You can't see or hear anywhere else in the world. That sound is wind passing over millions of bat wings. So this is the beginning of when the bat start to rain down in the morning. That's real life bat women's lash bet biologist Jessica dryer, I met her around six AM near the entrance to Bracken cave, which is home to fifteen million Mexican free tailed, bats fifteen million bats. Yeah. It's the largest concentration of mammals on the planet when you are standing by the cave, and you look up into the sky pretty much as far as you can see upwards. You'll just see these little dots appear out of the sky, and they'll just drop straight down. And they've been clocked at about forty miles an hour dropping into the cave. And so I mean, literally, thousands of bats will be raining down over you coming back into the cave, and it is one of the most cool otherworldly experiences. You'll ever. Have. It was like being in some sort of secret bat world, but what made it even more special was that this huge cloud of bats was made up only of mothers and their babies too. Big moms group. So we're approaching that point right now or the sun is starting to rise and more bats are starting to come in from a night of feeding are we going to get pooped on? Yeah. Yeah. If you're standing close enough to the cave. Yes. You will get some rain some urine rain and some poop landing on your head. Hope you brought your bat raincoat or should I say hoop coat? I actually don't have one. This is so incredibly amazing where else can you see this kind of thing not many places in the world. And you know, it doesn't seem to matter. How many times you've seen it at always blows your mind? Jessica seen it a lot all summer. She's been camping outside the cave in every night. She's up between two AM and nine AM catching bats. And that's what I've come to see wait. We catching bats dislike grabbing them out of the air like. How and why let's talk about why? The point of this whole project that I'm working on is to figure out. What's the transition? Looks like when a baby bat goes from drinking only its mother's milk to learning how to catch its own bugs. And then finally feeding itself entirely on books that catches itself. In other words, she's trying to figure out how that babies get weaned from their mommies. That's something we do is human babies, except you know, we don't start eating bugs. It's usually fruit or something avocado. Yeah. But so well, this is a delightful time for humans to spread you know, food all over their faces. This is actually one of the most difficult times in a young bats life. So you're a young bat, you're still growing you're trying to figure out how to fly how to echo locate. How to catch bugs all of this is happening at the same time, and your milk supplies that you're getting fed are decreasing. And so you are expending a ton of energy trying to learn how to be about. And you're the energy. That's coming in is decreasing. So Jessica's goal is to figure out how that process actually works and to do that she has to catch a lot of bats. So we're approaching the mouth of the cave right now. It's a quick hike from the viewing area where I met Jessica to the bat catching spot, and we really just stand right in front of the opening of the cave right in the. Middle because the bats when they're dropping down into the cave from the sky, they sort of aim for the the middle top of the cave. And so that's where the most bats, aren't it gives us our best chance of catching them. So I'm with my technician his name is Harry, and he has the butterfly net. And so he's just going to go ahead and stick the butterfly in that straight up into the air, and he doesn't even have to move. It catch bats with a butterfly net. Like, there's not a special baton at the bat just this circle floating in the air in the fly right into it already caught about and it's been about a split second that he's had the net in the air. So he just reaches end with his hand. And he's wearing a baseball glove or a golf glove. It's just a thin leather gloves to protect himself from that bites. And you might have heard that on the Mike. He just drops the bat into one of the little paper bags that. I'm holding open for him. And so I fully the paper bag over a close it up with clothes pin. And I write the time of capture on the bag. And so it is six fifty two. So there are bad bags. Can you get those at target? You actually can they're like regular Brown paper lunch bags the kind. You would bring the school. And then here's the thing after they catch the bats, the put them in a little cooler. This one's for launch. This one's for the bats. Yeah. There's no ace. It's just to carry the bads. He's already got. He just dropped the second bat into the bag six fifty three. So he's got the nut back up in the air. And he's already caught a third bat. So as I watched from about fifty yards away. I could see Jessica in Harriet standing in the swarm of bats raising and lowering the net like they're picking apples or something. All right. So we have ten bats. So we are just gonna go ahead and carry are cooler with our bags full of bats backup to the top of the sinkhole. So that we can work on our data collection. The data collection is the time consuming part to do that we walked back with the cooler too small clearing where there's a little outdoor lab that would just we have this table set up with all of our equipment on it. And this is where we process the bats. So what exactly does it mean to process a bad like they have to fill out a form and make sure they get their social security number, right? No. It means that they're going to go through a series of steps. To collect information about each bat. It starts with Harry weighing them while they're still inside the lunch bag. So once he's done. I just. Ahead and pull out the bat.

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Earth Rangers

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"rangers" Discussed on Earth Rangers

"Thanks for all those super ideas earth Rangers. Now, speaking of super skills, we're going to meet to the world's most powerfully toxic critters in the ultimate showdown. Meet our first contender, the world's most venomous creature, the bucks Jellison it'll be facing off against the world's most poisonous animal. The golden poison frog it's poison versus Benham and wait a second. Are venom and poison different ultimate showdown. Okay. Let's investigate the difference between venom and poison. I a couple of similarities between poisoning. Venom both are called toxins and both are really bad for you. But that's where the similarities end, then empoisoned are different. And the major difference is how the toxin is delivered to the unlucky victim poison has to be ingested. That means eaten or inhaled breath thin or absorbed through the skin. So a poisonous animal could only deliver this poison if another animal or person ate or touched it Benham on the other hand is injected some animals use their fangs to bite some spikes or Spurs were tend to to deliver. Venom of venomous animal has got to get the venom into their victim through a wound poison envenom similar, but not the same. How do I know all the stuff? Let's just say I was bitten by radioactive librarian. Okay. Unpunished the showdown. It's venomous box jellyfish versus poisonous golden frog. Let's see who's toxic superpower is strongest. Round one. The first thing we're going to look at is how easy it would be to encounter one of our toxic contenders. To find a box jellyfish you'd have to head out to the ocean. Mostly the northern coastal waters of stralia and around the Indo Pacific Ocean to find a golden poison frog you have to travel to the Pacific coast rainforests of Colombia. Neither of these toxic critters is easy to find. So I think this round ends in a tie round. Who? Okay. So both of these creatures are pretty tough. But which talks will incapacitate an unlucky victim faster. Who has the most toxic toxin if someone gets stung by a box jellyfish. They're in for a lot of pain sometimes for weeks and weeks after the sting and a box jellyfish sting can definitely fatal as for golden poison frog. They have enough toxin in their skin to kill ten people. That's crazy. Okay. This one goes to the golden poison frog Verschoor. I know round which one looks fiercer. It's the last round time to the side, which of these animals looks the fiercest closure is earth. Rangers. Imagine the beautiful ocean. In the ocean. You see a pale blue transparent jelly like creature. It has a buck shake bell. Best the top part of the jellyfish and the bucks has fifteen long tentacles hanging from each corner. Each tentacle can be up to ten feet long. Also, each tentacle is covered in St. sells out. Now. Imagine you're in a lush green rainforest in Columbia as you're walking. Something catches your eye. We spot a bright yellow frog about five centimeters long. It's incredibly vibrant, and well sort of a door -able, really. But don't touch it or you'll be sorry. Okay. I think the scarier critter in this case is definitely the box jellyfish, tentacle terrifying. So we have a tie both the box jellyfish and the golden poison frog win this showdown. And remember, even though these critters have amazingly talk superpowers, they're definitely not animals you're ever likely to encounter. So don't worry. You're safe. Okay. You're three injures. It's time to talk about a really important mission. I'm going to hand the mic over to captain conservation. And he'll fill you in. Attention earth Rangers. I need you to use your superpowers to help out with something important..

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Earth Rangers

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"rangers" Discussed on Earth Rangers

"Pay their Rangers its earth ranger, Emma gear. Okay. The other day when I was out in the field searching fascinating stories for the new season. I'd bumped into a friend of mine safari guide Lawrence from the animal sound safari podcast. He was trying to catch a fish with his bare hands. It didn't really work out Lawrence and his team are podcast friends from Australia. And I think you really like their show animal. Sounds far is all about the weird and wacky stories. We humans have with animals around the world like Roosters saving lives in Portugal or camel, beauty queens in the Middle East. You know, what I think we should take a listen to my favorite episode. It's a story of yet poobah writing warrior, mice in Tibet Google is that all right Lawrence take it away. This is an ABC putt cost. Welcome to animals, sound safari. I'm you'll safari guide Lawrence. It's very mice to meet you, eat safari might take you to a different part of the world to me. A special animal today will be scurrying off to catch up with a quota on your social. And how do we get well in this? Are logical safari Mabille. It's only like the coolest Mabille on the planet. But I did notice it was looking a little ready. So I decided to clean it off a bit. And now it's squeaky-clean today way going to meet a rodent that loves to run up corks and play hide in squeak. Can you guess who it is? It's the mouse. So I've seen my scarring around here and there, but I've never actually had a pet mouse before have you? But I want to know what you already know about this little critter. Myself, quiet smart. And I think mice achie- key and disgusting whenever you see. It's just a blur. And then it goes between you couches and stuff, and you can't see it in my new house to every single time when we move into this like a lot of mice. And then there's some dead. My sometimes disgusting. They can do all the tricks that have tiny legs the ability small, so they can do going to slow spaces. I've been at say Delic disgust noodle. Something good. I wouldn't say they're like fifty and Ida full. Some interesting observations there. Now, let's see what Laura out animal expert has found out. Lawrence debase learns to base. This is Laura I've been here ratting around for facts. You'll jokes are really cheesy today. Laura, actually, I've been spending some time here at base and thinking about mice when it comes to mice us people just concierge to make up L minds OB I pissed all the world's cutest companions. Do. We love them. Like Mickey Mouse. Do they make a scream when they run along the floor. The answer is we feel all of these things about mice. At once this tiny little scarring squeaking ferry animal has had a big effect on him big affect on humans. How what do you mean? I mean, one mouse stealing out cheese. Okay. But when it becomes millions of little mice who become a plague. It's terrifying. These mice can eight their way. Through everything crops and even 'cause talk about a mouse attack. Yeah. These little creed is do have a lot of strength in numbers. This also a long history of mass love in Japan, for example, people kept fancy mice. These were house must that had been dimissed decayed as picks. So your saying that some people think there are too many mice and others want to make more mice. I'm way too confused as little animals have us running a rounding circle. I guess we'll have to make up our own minds on today's safari, then I guess you will speak soon Lawrence over and out. Over and out Laura today where heading to one of the highest spots on the planet to meet our small theory friends where going to two bets. It's in Asia. And it is so beautiful lots of very high mountains. Oh, wait. I just remembered a joke, which is so relevant right now. Ready? What kind of car does a mouse drive? It drives a minivan. You get like a mini van like a small van. Such a joke. The magical Safai Mabille is the opposite of a mouse minivan, though, I mean web big with us where loud and where going come on Hoppy in.

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Earth Rangers

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"rangers" Discussed on Earth Rangers

"Hello and welcome to the earth. Rangers podcast. I three hundred Emma, and I haven't even read ably adorable animals story for you today. Earth rangers. Before we get to our main topic. I want to introduce a brand new quiz Saguenay. It's called true or false. And I think it's name pretty much rid cell. Here's the jingle. True or false, Paul. Okay. Here is your question for today. True or false camels store water in their humps. We knew the Campbell's have big humps on their back that drain camels have to and dromedaries have one. But did they use them to store water? What do you think quick true or false? And the answer. No, they do not. The actually store fat in their homes not water. And while these hums might not Quinta. Campbell's thirst, they're still really useful that that they strip provides the same amount of energy as three weeks worth of food, which come in pretty handy in a desert habitat without much to eat, in fact, as Campbell's go longer and longer without food and use more and more of the fat, their humps, actually shrink isn't that? Interesting. Did you get it? Right. Let's do another one of these at the end of the episode. Earth rangers. You know, winters one of my most favorite times of the year when it's cold outside. Fires a crackling inside definitely gives me a serious case of the warm fuzzies, speaking of warm fuzzies that reminds me I heard the most amazing story the other day and it seriously melted, my heart. You guys wanna hear it? Christian. Of course, you do comes snuggle up with a mug of hot chocolate and prepare for cuteness overload. Our story begins off the coast of northern Quebec. Where researchers were studying a pot of beautiful beluga whales to see how they are being affected by all of the ships passing through their waters. The pod was spotted swimming around in playing with each other having a whale of a time and every look normal until a keen researcher noticed something peculiar one of the whales. Different wasn't as white is friends, and it looked like he had something funny. Growing out of the brunt of his head was this a new species of beluga closely linked to the mysterious and magical unicorn were these Wales evolving into some sort of deep-sea mutants with an amazing ability to play ring toss what was this mystery creature? Researchers continued to track the pot and the eventually realized that this new beluga wasn't a beluga at all it wasn't normal. What in the world was an Arctic mammal doing this bar south with a bunch of beluga, buddy. Best guess is that his nor wall somehow got separated from its family. So it must have pulled Dory. And just kept swimming and swimming in swimming until finally came across a pot of belugas who took him in like one of their own. But the story doesn't end there. Scientists continued to track the whales, and as of this recording the naral has been part of their group for three years now they swim together play together and the narwhal was even spotted blowing bubbles to playfully imitate, his beluga friends. Scientists expert opinion say this is a great example of compassion and openness, can my expert opinion says this is pretty adorable. Thanks for sending in your best animal jokes, by the way. I've had some really good laughs already. I'm gonna keep collecting your submissions until we hit season to an until then here's another one of mine. Why don't you ever see hippos hiding in trees? Really good at it. Okay. Okay. Okay. Fine. I'm still working on finding the best animal job of all time. Don't forget to send me yours. Just go to earth. Rangers dot com slash podcast and click on the green button with the megaphone and leave us a boy Smale.

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Earth Rangers

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"rangers" Discussed on Earth Rangers

"Oh now, it's your turn. You wanted to create a new land. How would you do what would you need friends? Magic powers persistence whole lot dirt in a really big shovel. Find a piece of paper and trough three things you think you'd need to make your vision. Come true. Share your drawing, a friend or grownup? And then if you want shirt with us have grown up take a picture of your picture and Email it to circle round at WBZ dot org. This week's story. Turtle island was developed with Tova barracas and Stephan Richter at birth Rangers circle rounds, original music and sound design is by Eric Shimon. It's Sabina Han illustrator are intern is Gabby Murkowski circle rounds executive producer is Jessica Alpert. Special. Thanks to this week's actors James check, Steve low head Bill. How're Leigh Lawson? Right. Chase Rebecca Galarza and Suzie McGrath. You can hear ri- Rebecca and Suzy on the puny by Kobe Bryant available wherever you get your podcast and check out Steve Bill and leave also known as birth ranger Emma on earth, Rangers you can find a link to both podcasts on our website, WBZ dot org slash circle round, the featured instrument in today's story was the blocks. You can read about this member of the Russian family and see a picture on our website again. That's W B dot org slash circle round. Be sure to subscribe to circle around on podcasts, Stitcher or whatever podcast app you enjoy. And please review. We'd love to hear what you think of the show circle round as production of WB. You are Boston's NPR news station. I'm Rebecca cheer for circling around with us. Hi, guys, again, did you figure out which part I played? Yup. I was the valley muskrat if you enjoyed that story. Make sure to look for circle round wherever you get your podcast or a WB. You are dot org slash circle round. All the back soon to tell you all about the world's funniest animals until they keep on ring. Rangers. Jeez. Best robot ever dot com.

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Earth Rangers

06:12 min | 1 year ago

"rangers" Discussed on Earth Rangers

"Earth. We'll tiny muskrat succeed and help rebuild the world. We'll find out after a quick break. Rangers. I'm Rebecca sheer welcome back to circle round today. Our story is called turtle island. When we left off little muskrat had taken a dive into the water, she was seeking soil to rebuild the world after a big flood to other animals otter and beaver had already tried it. They were strong swimmers, but both critters had come up short. So when teeny tiny muskrat volunteered otter and beaver to hopeful. Can you believe that Wimpy thing believes she can save the entire world Polly's? I'm totally with you autre. Did you see how slowly she was going? She won't make it ten feet down before she has a bus backup for breath. I mean, what does she think she's doing I don't know what she thinks? She's doing. But I sure as had no what she is doing. Yeah. Let's making a fool of herself. But why saw things differently patience friends, perhaps we shouldn't be so quick to little muskrat may vary will surprise us old the animals waited for muskrat to return, they waited for one day as they had for autre, then two days they had for beaver, but still no sign of muskrat otter and beaver rolled their eyes. What did I say if I couldn't do it with my extensive diving experience, and I couldn't do it with my superior strength and swimming skills. There's no way muskrat Kim succeed turtles smiled. That's my friends. Succeeds isn't doing knee about experience, the strength the animals waited another whole day and another whole night as the chances of muskrat returning slimmer and slimmer tensions got higher and higher. Get that big paddle of tail off of me will I would offer if you weren't taking half my space weights 'Second as the Pickering continued a small ripple formed in the water. Turtle was the only one who noticed any kind of deal like that. Stoop cliff? She gestured toward the water. As author and beaver shut their mouths and peered over the side of the log, what did they see floating on the surface of the water, but muskrat she was barely breathing. Turtle. Hurry to scoop the tiny creature up. Oh, most grant to y'all. Turtle gently laid muskrat on the log. She was too exhausted to talk all she could do was open one bright I and give turtle week grin beaver and otter screed over to see what was going on. She doesn't look so good. Not good at all as turtle stroked muskrats soaking wet for she noticed something muskrats tiny fist was clenched tightly when turtle reached down and uncurling muskrats clause. Can you guess what she found inside must grant you did it you boots soil back from the bottom? Oh, I knew you could do it little one that just no otter and beaver couldn't believe their eyes. But they quickly wiped the surprise looks off their faces. A we. We believed in new to muskrat. Good job kid. Yeah. Yeah. Didn't doubt you for a second. Welcome back. Turtle looks down at muskrat than fixed otter beaver with a steady gaze. Oh, right friends. Here is what we must do take the soil for muskrats grew. And please it on my show. Pat it down with water, so it sticks. Then we can begin the work of rebuilding all world. Carefully otter into beaver followed turtles instructions they scooped up the dirt for muskrat and petted it onto turtle's shell immediately. The wind picked up as gusts blew in from all four directions the soil on turtle's shell began to spread. It spread all across her back. And then kept spreading soon. The ridges of turtles back transformed into valleys hills and mountains and grass trees and bushes began to sprout from the soil before long turtle was bearing the weight of a whole new land after all that little muskrat had done. It was the least the wise creature could do. Today. Many people refer to this new continent as North America. But some members of the jib way group and other Canadian first nations tribes, call it turtle island, and if you look closely on a map, perhaps you can make out the shape of turtle, and maybe just maybe a hint of muskrats tiny, but mighty touch. Oh

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Earth Rangers

09:38 min | 1 year ago

"rangers" Discussed on Earth Rangers

"Hey, it's Chris. Daria from jersey media. This episode is sponsored by welcome to Tinseltown. If you like Christmas movies like the Grinch Rudolph and frozen you're gonna love the fantastic new holiday podcast welcomed Tinseltown. Welcome to Tinseltown. Follows the lovable Holly as she's transported to the magical realm of Tinseltown before it's Christmas every day. Now, she must navigate a world of talking candy canes, ice, skating, yetis, polar, bear, queens and more to get back. Home all seven episodes are available now. Subscribe to welcome to Tinseltown for free on apple podcasts or your favorite podcast app. Jump into the Christmas season with welcome to Tinseltown. Hello and welcome to earth. Rangers podcasts. I'm earth ranger, Emma. And today, I have a super special treat for you a few weeks ago. I had the chance to be on an episode of circle round along with some of my fellow earth. Rangers circle round is an amazing kids podcast that tells folktales from all around the world adapted for today's family. I think you're really gonna love it. So without further ado, I'll hand you off to my friend. Rebecca, he's going to tell you the story of turtle island. Produced by the island at WB. You are Boston. Have you ever felt small? Maybe you weren't tall enough to go on a ride at the amusement park or you wanted to play with the older kids. But they said you were too little in today's story. We'll meet an animal who knows exactly how you feel and she sets out to prove that sometimes the tiniest among us can be the most powerful of all. Rebecca share and welcome to circle round. We're storytime happens. All the time. Today. Our story is called turtle island. It comes from the folklore of the jib wake group of the first nations people of Canada. We developed this episode with our Canadian friends at the earth Rangers podcast, and you'll hear some of their voices, including Leigh Lawson also known as earth ranger, Emma. They'll also here right chase, Rebecca Galarza and Suzie McGrath three voices from another of our fellow kid casts. The puny by Kobe Bryant. So circle round everyone for turtle island. Long long ago. The great spirit known as kitschy Manitou was watching over all the people of the earth. But the ruler of the world was not happy with what he saw. No one was getting along the treated one another so poorly. They argued about who owned what that's my fish. Are you kidding? That was my fish trap. They insulted each other. You're the slowest person I've ever seen. No, your the slowest person I've ever seen. You are. No, you are as they gossiped. Like there was no tomorrow. Can you believe how selfish us he hunted all afternoon on someone else's hunting grounds? Then brought everything back to the village and shared it with his family as if he'd cut it on his own land. It was chaos kitschy Manitou had a strong helper named Thunderbird one day. The great spirit told Thunderbird. Heard. It was time to start over to cleanse the earth and get rid of all this bad energy. But kitschy Manitou wanted those who were good or at least trying to be good to be saved. Thunderbird? Do me this favor lift you'll wings and take flight? Give a tap to all those who are are Moni, and peaceful and tell them to get ready for a big flood urge them to build rafts and boats and prepare to swim one week from today, the great brains will begin to fall so Thunderbird did as she was told a week later. Sure enough, the rains began to fall and fall and fall. Soon. The land was flooded. The people saved by Thunderbirds warnings stayed in their boats and on their rafts once the rain stopped a group of animals climbed up onto a single log in the middle of the water. There was a venturous otter wets up folks that was some rain eager beaver. Sure was what a close one scrappy muskrat. Thank goodness we all survived and wise, turtle who had received some valuable advice from Thunderbird before the flood. Listen if we were. Now that we have made it through the flood. There is one way we can build on that. And. End Thunderbirds says only need is a handful of earth from the bottom of this water that should help us get things going again turtle lifted her wrinkled legs one by one with these stubby legs. It would take me forever to peddle the way down and back again. So I wonder could any of you swim to the bottom grab some of the below and Benito up to this is. I can't utter always raised her hand. I she loved a good challenge, a usual. Ulta. We don't even know how deep this wall to is. Oh, I've got this. I'll be back before you can save two. Shakes of an otter tail author lifted her paw and gave the other animals a high five then she leapt off the log and dove into the water with a splash beaver turtle and muskrat watched otter swim deeper and deeper soon her slender furry body had disappeared completely minutes past then hours, then an entire day the animals were beside themselves with worry until. Well, the good news as I'm back. But the bad news is I couldn't find any earth, I dove again, and again and just never reached the bottom. I'm willing to try one more time, but I'll need to rest first turtle cocked her head to one side. Thank you for trying to. I'm sure I speak for everyone. When I say, I'm glad you're okay. But you need to rest. Let's give someone else a child's. Any takes me me me. Turtle nodded at beaver. Oh beaver. There's no doubt about it. You all a strong swimmer? I sure am. And looking for things is my middle name one leaves twigs unit. I can find it beaver was so excited he slapped his pedal of a tail on the log as it bobbed up and down in the water. He other animals grabbed on with their feet and claws. No, go, right. Me you go get it will do this busy beaver is about to save the world. And with that he flashed a big grin jumped from the log and landed in the water with a splash now as with otter beaver took his time two days later, he returned to the log. And when he did he was breathless and didn't check did. I'm so sorry friends. But I couldn't find any dirt. I must've done dozens of times. But I couldn't find the bottom of the water. Sheesh. How could it be anyway? Turtle gave beaver a smile be. I'm so relieved your who. Right. I don't know how much longer this. Love can keep us afloat move. How much longer the people can live on their offs? And in that bodes not to mention the bugs who have no place to land. We need to figure out something. The group was silent for a moment as they punctured their potential fate. Then suddenly well little muskrat piped up. Maybe I can try muskrat looked at her fellow creatures with hopeful is, but what was she met with? Laughter. In fact, otter and beaver were giggling and snickering heart. They could barely stay on the lawn. That's a good one month. Sure is have you noticed how puny? There's no way you can make it to the bottom of this water. But there was one animal who didn't laugh at muskrats proposal. Instead turtle looked muskrat straight in the eye and smiled musk despite what the other say. I believe you could do this beaver and otter were stunned into silence had turtle lost her mind. But not a second later puny little muskrat took a deep breath and down down down she dove to find some earth.

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"rangers" Discussed on Earth Rangers

Earth Rangers

05:06 min | 2 years ago

"rangers" Discussed on Earth Rangers

"Hello and welcome to earth Rangers podcast. I refrain Emily. Earth rangers. Earth Rangers love animals and take action to protect them. And we also love talking about nature and wildlife. What's the fastest animal in the world. What's a baby king group called our their dogs that can climb trees do butterflies like to eat butter. These kinds of questions fascinates and together we're gonna find the managers today. We'll start our quest for animal knowledge by investigating the largest land welling carnivore and will also meet a bird that has flippers instead of wings. But first it's time to play, who am I animal guessing game. Here's how it works. We're gonna play sound and you'll have to guess what animal that sound belongs to listen closely. And at the end of this episode, you'll find out if you were right ready. Here we go. Okay. I think I have an idea. We'll play it again for you in a little while, but now it's time for. Okay, close your eyes. And let me take you on a journey to the south pole. The production value on this podcast is amazing. I can feel the Antarctic killed the wind. Today we're talking Bill. Now penguins aren't there average Burke, they have wings, but rather than flying, they use them for swimming. In fact, their wings are basically flippers. This makes them great swimmers, especially when diving underwater. The fastest species the gen two penguin can reach speeds of up to thirty five kilometers per hour. That's about as fast as you going downhill on your bike at top speed. Emperor penguins are the tallest species standing nearly four feet tall. The smallest is the little blue penguin which is about sixteen inches. Wow, they were so cute. I wish you could see them. Actually, you can. You can find some adorable pictures as well as all the other pictures and videos from this episode at earth Rangers dot com. Slash podcast. Own all. There are seventeen species of penguins, and they can only be found in the southern hemisphere around the south pole. That means even though they share similar tastes when it comes to climate penguins and polar bears, literally live on opposite ends of the world from each other, which is funny because that kind of brings me to our next segment. Animal investigations on animal investigations. All right. So a couple of weeks back, we got this phone call here at the earth Rangers headquarters. Let me see. Oh yes. Here. Message. One. Hi, this is earth reinjured lawn eight years older than you guys came to school a few weeks ago. I was wondering if you could tell me why pull the has white for you guys know that cash stuff. Right. Okay. Very by. Polar bear for? Well, I mean, yeah. I mean, I totally know that kind of stuff. I'm just not one hundred percent. You know what? I'll just take my microphone and see who can answer this question around here. Bill, what do you think polar bears are? White has something to do with the snow. No. But I mean, what happens if the jump in the water? Did they turn blue. Christina. Do you think you can help me out? I'm trying to solve a mystery. Do you know why polar bears are white fire polar bears fight? No, I was asking you. I don't know. He, Lisa do you. Polar bears have white coats whether for white is actually clear and their skin is black. What black that didn't really help. I'm even more confused maybe a lesson of our earth Rangers members instead.

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"rangers" Discussed on Nerdificent

Nerdificent

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"rangers" Discussed on Nerdificent

"Trading energy polish powering jack so that's bryan cranston it's money because i was hoping like maybe i would know but no that doesn't sound like him at all that's pretty cool that he was around back then and that the blue ranger was named after him in fact the blue ranger david ios actually had a story that i was reading about on advocate where he said that he dealt tremendously with bullying and homophobia while he was on the show and after the show was from from who he said it was i believe his colleagues let me pull this sucks so the first blue ranger somehow managed to put up with horrendous homophobic slurs on a constant basis in addition to the crew grilling costars about his sexuality behind his back i don't know if he was out back then i imagine not because it might have jeopardized him back in the early nineties and being on a kids show because that's how people were back then still now and still now very true and still now for multiple seasons before he left the show he said that he also attempted gay conversion and even considered suicide because of having to deal with that's so he's spoken up pretty he's spoken up a lot now about it and i think has helped other people especially in that commute like in the nerd community of what he's gone through but that was kind of something behind the scenes that a lot of people didn't know about him and he was in several of the shows he was a character that can like that continued on pass just the original mighty morphin power rangers so yeah and then we have kimberly let's perk things up she was valley girl gymnasts loves the mall and she ends up having a relationship with tommy and i like cats and they kiss it was a big deal i know it's funny because it seemed like the perfect archetype like you could tell they wrote it for girls sue enjoy the show because their idea of like you know she's like a girly girl cheerleader yeah it is funny it's so like night there's no way now i mean not that they wouldn't have a pink ranger but i feel like just making her so over the top but yeah so the series itself was basically them combating rita and an endless array of monsters and normal teen stuff so you know it's still a team like shows still issues that they dealt with like in boy meets world and then they're oh they're bullies book and skull yeah so who is that hyper down so far yeah book bulk meyer and eugene skull scoville which i love i've found their real names are two of the longest running character so they last through six seasons they actually outlast the the cast themselves so when they when they've recast the power rangers as they did and did a couple of times bokan skull still stayed and they actually have an arc unlike some of the other characters where they move from being bullied to actually having like emotions and wanting to do what's right there's even an episode where they like are put in like a dream state where you're able to see what they dream of and they dream of being superheroes themselves it's like that bullying like do they actually want to be the good guy they're jealous that they can't so wait so bullying so bulk is at hyper hyper show so he's he was on power rangers hyper force playing bulk and and in this book gets to become a power ranger it's actually kind of cool the fans really dug it because they got to basically take the lore and just like make it i think it's like a kind of canon to yeah can you tell everyone about hyper force no yeah hyper forces a live action power rangers are peachy which featured quite a few of the original cast we had i know bulk is in it for sure and there was one other cast member who showed up on the show and then it had appearances from jason david frank even popped on episode so it's cool because hyper g produced that live rpg with sabban that's why they had the resources to make all these connections of why it's kind of canon because it was kind of just this it takes place in kind of the time force universal kind of gets to be moved from affecting anything that we're watching now so yeah and also i remember when they were casting for that why you.

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