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The Hotshot Crews, And How They Assist In Fighting Wildfires

PODSHIP EARTH

03:59 min | 2 months ago

The Hotshot Crews, And How They Assist In Fighting Wildfires

"Nearly a hundred million acres. California is a big state and during the two thousand twenty wildfire season over eight thousand eight hundred fires have contributed to the burning of nearly four point five million acres making it the largest fire season in California's modern history to put that in context, the twenty twenty-five have been more than the last three years combined with five of the six biggest fires in California's history happening this year unfortunately, there's been over ten thousand four hundred structures that have been damaged or destroyed, and at least thirty one fatalities relating to the wildfires. Today over fifty, six, hundred firefighters continue to battle twenty, two wildfires in the Golden State hotshot crews are the most highly trained skilled and experienced type of hand crews. Hotshot crews made up twenty, two, twenty, two wildland firefighters who respond to lodge high priority fires across the state and the nation and fight the most challenging part of the fire. They are trained and equipped to work autonomously in remote areas for extended periods of time with little or no logistical support. The Texas Canyon Hotshot crew located in the Santa Clara Valley in Southern California was established back in nineteen, fifty four. Zuni Indian served as firefighters with Texas Canyon until the one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, seven, fire season, and the knife wing can't Cina is the official symbol of the crew. which has fought fires in just about every western state including Alaska. I catch up with Justin good who's been hotshot with Texas Canyon crew for five years. Justin is about to deploy to her eighth fire of the season what you're about to hear. Past no views and opinions not those of the US Forest Service or for that matter anyone else. I stopped by asking just dean about pets which is trying to quiet down. So I have have a couple of animals. So I have chip he's a Yorkie. Very small but very brave, and then I also have a mini pig that you know as many pigs are not that many once they totally grow about seventy pounds. He still sleeps in bed with me mostly on the couch and just hangs out. And these two they they don't really get along but they don't get along that makes sense. But there's probably a whole instagram feed of dogs and pigs. There is which is influenced by I was trying to get him to like you know sleep in the same bed together and they'd never do but you know whatever nobody likes his like instagram. Well if anyone's life is life, ANC Ram it might be you you. You're kind of like a real life action hero. Funny I was thinking about that like the more you get to know someone the more you realize. Only God. Everything. So maisy Minnie actually like see how it really is. Your odd everybody's got. Everyone's the same. You know you never got problems. Is a Texas. Kenyon, hotshot just incas you all one I am a Texas cannon hotshot. It really is cool. So it's like it seems probably pretty arrogant actually call yourself. A hotshot is literally in our job name. So we're. Probably done a little bit more research to find out exactly how many hotshot cruised are are in the nation. There's not a ton of us. It's a pretty. Small. Amount of of groups. So we're basically like a special uses module that go too hard to access difficult access portions of the fire or fires. So a lot of time with wildfires they might start off the road, but then they burn up kinda going towards the middle of nowhere or they start from a lightning strike in the middle of nowhere they're very difficult to access and you're not gonna be able to drive up there and put Jose from the road says where we come in were a hand crew. So we either hike in or we fly in to get those more difficult portions the fires

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Working Smarter Not Harder

Secular Buddhism

05:56 min | 3 months ago

Working Smarter Not Harder

"In this podcast episode, I wanted to share some of my thoughts regarding the topic of effort. So in Buddhism we follow what's called the eightfold path. These are eight specific. That you focus on to live a more mindful life and the eight areas are right understanding right intent, right speech, right action, right livelihood, right effort, right mindfulness, and right concentration and I've talked about these general I've talked about the eightfold path in general in the podcast before I mentioned it of course in my book. And I wanted to discuss some thoughts that I have regarding one specific aspect which is effort. So if you visualize real quick, the symbol of Buddhism is a wheel with spokes and these eight spokes represent these specific areas, these eight areas, and some people have divided these into three general groups, the group of pertaining to wisdom, which would be understanding and intent. The group related to ethical conduct, which would be speech action livelihood. Then, the group pertaining to mental discipline, which would be effort, mindfulness and concentration. And again I've mentioned this before but I've never taken the time to share thoughts regarding one specific spoke of the of the wheel and today wanted to do that with with regards to effort. Now, anytime, you encounter the eightfold path, you'll you'll typically hear it described as right this and right that right understanding right intent and so on. I've mentioned before that I prefer the term skillful because of skillful means being such a prevalent concept in. Buddhism. It's not right versus wrong. It's more of skillful versus unskillful. So I would like to talk about effort in terms of skillful effort versus unskillful effort. and. This kind of conjures up the expression that I'm sure you've heard which is that we can work smarter not harder and. I this is the first time. I've kind of correlated all of this in terms of Buddhist practice, and that's because over the past few weeks. I've been busy doing a lot of flying I had an eight day workshop where I was teaching for new pilots how to fly. Followed by an eight day, fly in, which is a gathering and you have vendors there and they're showcasing their equipment, and then all of the attendees were spending Oliver Time doing as much flying as possible just for the fun of flying. So it's a really fun event but I've been gone from my family and from my home for the past two weeks on the road doing all this work, and for during the first week working with four new students, I had this thought of skillful effort because of an experience that I had. So I had four new students and one student really stood out to me he joined the class. Several months ago he signed up for training and he expressed his concern I due to his age sixty seven years old and as you start reaching, I would say your mid sixties You know it's common for some people to lose a little bit of their strength. But to complicate things further for him, he he has Parkinson's disease. So he was a little bit worried about how those complications would factor into doing all this physical effort that it takes to learn to fly a pair motor, and for those of you who don't know the process of learning to fly. One of these entails strapping a motor to your back. That's usually sixty to seventy pounds and then running with that and and running to the point where you're going fast enough to take off, we don't have. Wheels in in powered paragliding at least not in the foot lunch powered paragliding, which is what I do. Our we are wheels are our feet. So you have to be able to run up to a certain speed to be able to take off just like an airplane has to get up to a certain amount of speed before it lifts off the ground, it's the same for us, but we don't have wheels. So has to be our feet. And student was a little bit concerned as as was I. I told him if if you're determined to learn, we'll spend all the time that it takes. If it goes beyond the eight days of a takes weeks or months, I will continue to spend that time with you and teach you as long as you put in, you know the the effort that it's GonNa take to do it, and that was kind of how we left things and then the day came for training to start. He was little nervous I was certainly a little nervous. And he did remarkably well and this is where I started to see and experience first hand what skillful effort looks like he knew himself so well. He knew at what time heating to take his medication he knew how long it would take before the meditate medication started to kick in. He knew when the window was opened for him to go out and start practicing and doing all the effort and the work it was going to take to learn and perhaps more importantly, he knew when that window was closing and he would be the first to shut it down and say, okay, I'm done I can't keep practicing because he knew that as the medication wore off and his Parkinson's kicked in stronger. Those were not skilful times to continue practicing and continue trying to push himself. And as I observed this over the course of several days. I was pleasantly surprised to see how quickly he was learning because of the effort he was putting in and it wasn't. It wasn't that he was trying really hard as he was trying in a very smart way he knew when to be trying and when not to be trying.

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Measuring Progress, Measuring Success

A Slob Comes Clean

06:22 min | 4 months ago

Measuring Progress, Measuring Success

"So I have. I know this because okay. How do I say this in a way where make sure I show How grateful I am when people email me about this and I'm very thankful for it but at the same time I don't want to. Bring another sore spot up with those of you who also struggle with us. Okay Anyway. So talking about weight loss. which I have not been doing at all although I do have a little bit of good news there that all shown a little bit. Hopefully, I remember by painted to my notes anyway, I somebody emailed me recently. And this podcast which I'm not gonNA recommend yet even though I'm really kind of enjoying it and I have a little bit hope. But her point was she said and and I'm sure you're listening right now to that. Thank you that you know she'd heard me talk about my struggles with weight over the years and that this podcast that she listens to. You has helped her and the woman like thinks the way I do I haven't listened to enough to be able to go yes. Yes. But I am listening and I'm like, okay I really liked the way this person's talking. and. All US night so You know I think I'm cured. Just kidding anyway. But by my point in that is that I've listened as I've listened to some of these podcasts. There are parallels and I'm not talking about weight loss in this. Okay. This is not at all. It's just what made me start thinking about this because there are parallels there are plenty of parallels where. Housekeeping. In decluttering and weight loss, the parallels fall apart. Okay. So there's there's places where where it does not carry all the way out. Okay. So we're I'm not doing this big comparison or anything I'm just saying this is the jumping off point of me thinking about it because as I listened to some of these interviews, you know there's always this question of how much weight have you lost okay, and there's a number that they can have. And it just made me think about. That's one area where this journey is not a parallel. Okay. Because you go cable, there's not a number that can say, okay. Well, how much stuff have you declared? Well, let me just tell you you know and I can give some examples and I can give some stories, but it's not a number like that and so. Sometimes I think that not necessarily I. Wish there was a number, but I think this ambiguity of being able to measure success in your slob affiliation process Ken sometimes. I don't WanNa, say be discouraging, but it can maybe it'll be a little bit frustrating and what I mean by that is there are times where you can forget where you came from, you can't just go. I remember now I've lost seventy pounds or whatever. Instead it's a okay. Things are better now right like my husband I had this discussion a lot like things happen. Or you know different conversations will come up and I'll be like remember how it used to be. Do. You remember you know but but the goal is that it does become your new normal to. You know make decluttering a lifestyle and to. Make the dishes a priority even though it will never be mindless habit. The way I wished it would have been things are different now, and sometimes I have to really remind myself of that and so I'm GonNa talk about measuring. Progress and measuring success ways to think about it. To help you be encouraged to keep going because that that's the goal and that's where you. That's where we have to be so careful and to not let ourselves get frustrated over. Oh The space is cluttered again this is hopeless. Why am I even trying? Okay because that doesn't necessarily mean. You're not still on the right path. Okay because. That's the reality and I think I've shared this before but. There was a real life person who was super supportive in the beginning of of my blog Still still a great friend and everything, but was very very supportive of what I was doing. And then told me at one point. That like it's not somebody I talked to all the time. Anyway. But I mean they were reading every post and I don't mean in the very beginning because I didn't actually tell anybody about it then but like when this person found out what I was doing and like read everything was super supportive and then finally You know we talked a year later or something and they said yeah, I don't read your blogging anymore because drives me crazy when you show a spot that I thought you'd already dealt with you know and that. It did hurt my feelings I'll just be honest but at the same time I, get it like I get that. That's the frustration for normal person and it's a huge frustration for those of us. So is there any measurable success or progress happening? Has Anything happened is it better if that is still? Something that happens and so I'm just going to tell you that does happen like I feel like for my target audience. Being the people whose brains operate like mine that's route. That is my reality. Is that I can have an after picture. And then it's a before picture again. A within a year or two. Or sometimes a month I mean, really there's just certain spots that continue to get re cluttered and I I do ultimately feel like that's the number one thing I have to offer you guys is. To let you know that that can happen and it does not mean that a well, we throw everything away obviously I failed. Other everything would probably be succeeding right? Whatever anyway. But you know that that's what I have to offer you is it's still worth it to keep going and there is still measurable success even when you are still having that happen in

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UFC featherweight champ defends title in split decision

The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

07:41 min | 6 months ago

UFC featherweight champ defends title in split decision

"I Will Fight Island was officially christened tonight for the UFC in Abu. Dhabi there was no baptism to be had in the main event of UFC two fifty one. What's going on everybody? Welcome to the official. You have to fifty one post fight. Show here on, May, finding dot com I'm Mike Heck location this week from Boston Massachusetts visiting the parents this weekend. That is Jose Jose. Main Event Kamara, who's been retains a welterweight title against Whore Mazal. Challenger looked pretty darn good in that first round. I'm pretty surprised that judges gave in that first round, but it was the much fresher champion that was able to sort of chip away at the always game, or hey mazda throughout the fire Ab. Fresher champion but Komo. Zeman was basically been in camps since beginning of this year, despite was like Ben Booked and booked in both supposed to fight earlier this by giving burns, and also muzzle steps in, so yes, he's finally fresher because he he's had the full camp and everything but I think Kamara wasn't one hundred percent in that fight, either considering this long extended, Feick at Ala, similar to twenty Ferguson with all these these these fights falling apart, but Kamara who's been one nonetheless, might not have been the most exciting fight. I saw a couple of tweets complaining about the fight and I really take that. I felt it was a lot of fans that were on this very muzzle hype train. He's on the video game cover on this baptism round the resurrection Super Necessary Punches bef tile, and that they were expecting violence, even mice I myself said fight between WHO's minimize well probably has a higher chance of ending in a violent way, but it did not come out who's been one I had them winning all five rounds the first round I guess. Didn't really matter to me. Who won that? I still come who's been what at least four of the rounds comfortably? The people complain about. The foot stopped the wrestling the headbutts. That stuff will come out. Who's been did what he had to do to win. That's exactly why I thought he would. Take, her might as well because all the time Mazal taking this fight on short notice. Kamara also took this fire. On short notice gets an extra a completely different fighter between Gilbert Burns as well. It's completely rechange leftist camp Had his new trevor wittman is corn for the first time fighting the guy all this bad blood is in the air all the pressures on him, and perform a like we ourselves, said all the pressures on who's Madonna not not a whole lot on Mazal, but at the end of the day. Who's been doing what he had to do? I didn't have a problem with the way fought. Might not have been the most exciting, but if I was going to pick up, predict away whose men would pull this off. This is exactly how I thought he would do it. Yeah, when you get a fight like this and you have a guy as hot as MAS. Bat brings in a lot of the casual fan base. Does your watch? As many events as we watch, and some of the hardcore fans watch everything so most people expected this fight to go exactly that way I thought the first row was going to be the most interesting round, obviously, because of Mazda was going to get it done. He's probably going to have to do it in the first five minutes, and this is the fire. We got like Mara. Who's been defends his title. For the second time. It was another classic who's been like performance and he gets a one-sided win and highly anticipated main event so in the end. We like to talk about the overall letter grade, but it felt like just kind of looking at the time slot when we're all said and done. We're getting ready to hit record here. We're just like man this is this is super late like I feel like the card and the whole night in a weird way. Wet Kinda slow did it not. started off really really quickly. Might just. Like I feel like the first few flew by and all of a sudden I had been watching fights for two and a half three hours and I'm like wow, this fight is cars going quickly I like this pace, and then we the main card and Amanda he boss comes in, and just submits patriots immediately i. wish went exactly as I expected, but then there was decision with Rosen on drugs, and then even Yawn Aldo finish, but it was in the fifth round, so there's still basically fought for twenty five minutes, and then we get twenty five minutes, Vulcanology Holloway and then we get twenty five minutes of in Mazda, also of these we've seen. We saw that graphic on the screen like. All the cards are three title fights, and like we used to fourteen had like Woodley Maya in Jones, a cormet and Cyborg Abinger, and then to seventeen to five those had some bangers like like two to seventeen had three epic fights three like violent, like just three of the craziest finishes you'll see. And then, of course to a five, the CONOR McGregor show, and then to seventeen had the DC Jones trilogy, so I think we're a little maybe. We'll. We'll spoiled on these three. These three title fight cars while we're expecting something like that and I loved all all great fights off spectacular fights, but I think a lot of fans are tuning in to see fight island. In the Mazar strain, all these title-fights might have been. A limited. I could see why they might have been little disappointed. I didn't have a problem with it, but probably was the night Dana White wanted in terms of finishes. Yeah, the main event may have disappointed some people but for. The Sake, this is like the best thing that could have happened for the welterweight division like if you're burns. Edwards these guys are pretty happy right now. Especially Gilbert Burns. One hundred percent I mean we. We set it on count after it was on what the heck or or post eyesore produce. All kind of blend together at this point in the summer, but we. We said if Moslem Dole wins. That's going to be a problem for the US's pockets the welterweight division I mean. We were talking about him fighting the bringing the both belts so that the Conor McGregor. The table and all this. Kamara who's been one and it's? It's a no brainer that Gobert burn gets three matches. Suppose he should've been fighting tonight. before covid nineteen October, nineteen. That's applaud the car, so yeah, for all the way division, and the the the martial art fans of the world that don't like quote unquote. Holding divisions I think that's a good thing, but I. Honestly I love chaos at Moscow had one I. Think I, think it would have been fun time in the world of May. And Mazda all. Let's be clear. We all know this. He was the a side heading into this fight. He's the reason. There was a lot of buzz and a lot of fanfare when you had a guy like game bread in the street that he's on. That's what happens, but a lot of people wanNA know where he goes from here. Because despite losing the fight tonight, he still has a ton of options moving forward. Chaos can still rain in some way Jose. Can you say that again? You cut off quick second. Chaos can rain. For horny Mas at all got about it because he's got so many options moving forward despite the loss tonight. Yeah, I mean Hoy Mazdas. All I'm Kamara. WHO's been himself set like he's GonNa. He's like. He's like he's GonNa. Lose all these like excuses. Bill didn't talk the finance days notice flu costs. The country doesn't have was coach in the gym, covert nineteen this and that so like I. Don't think I of course I think Mazda obviously cooled anytime. You lose. You cool a little bit Conor McGregor and Nadir's, and it's such an insane finish that they run it back, and you have another epic fight like that, but for Mazda all you're obviously going to a little bit but he himself said. Let me, get a couple of wins and they'll run back. I'm sure he want. He would love to five full camp but the Colby College. Is there I? Think that is going to drum up a whole lot of interest I. think people might even be more interested in that fight in the dynamic between those two fires, oarsmen and I think that Kobe Covington already Moslems? Fight does not need a title online. That's just two guys. They hate each other I wanNA break brick on each other's faces. WHO'S MCCANN? Fight Gillard. Leeann, Edwards of course out there, wonder boy thompsons, working his way up Santana, positive I think has covered to so he somewhere out there, so the welterweight division will move, but for now Mazda all. Of course cooled, but he's still I think still the hottest commodity hundred seventy pounds.

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A Rare Disease Drug Hunter Turns His Attention to COVID-19

The Bio Report

05:35 min | 8 months ago

A Rare Disease Drug Hunter Turns His Attention to COVID-19

"As a medical student divvied Feigenbaum nearly died from castleman disease. A rare autoimmune condition he would suffer recurring bounce that carried him to the brink of death but was able to push the disease into remission by discovering drug. That could be re purposed to treat the disease. Feigenbaum co-founded the Castleman Disease Collaborative Network and developed a unique approach to research. That's now being adopted by other rare disease organizations. He tells the story in. His book chasing my cure when the Kobe. Nine thousand nine outbreak began vagabond recognized that the deadliest aspect of the disease hyperactive immune response known as a sign of kind storm sharing a common link with castleman disease. He hoped a researcher would apply his approach to finding a potential drug to repurpose to treat the virus and soon enlisted his own team to do so. We spoke to Feigenbaum Assistant. Professor at the Promo School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania Co founder and Executive Director of the Castleman Disease Collaborative Network about his own experience. How it led him to. Cova nineteen and his effort to help researchers and clinicians track all of the drugs being tried to treat the pandemic virus. David thanks for joining us. Dan thanks so much for having me. We're going to talk about the covert nineteen pandemic your research efforts. And how you're trying to do for Cova. Nineteen what you did for. Castle Man's disease listeners. Of our sister podcast rare cast will be familiar with you and your story but before we talk about covert nineteen and the work. You're doing there. I think it would be useful to start with your own experiences with Kasim's disease. This is a store you telling your book chasing my cure doctors race to turn hope into action which I recommend to all listeners. But let's start with you becoming ill in medical school. What happened so I went from training to become an oncologist? I had lost my mom to cancer. Just a few years before and wanted to exact revenge on cancer and I went from training to become an oncologist and being a healthy third year medical student to experiencing multi organ failure. My liver my kidneys. My Bone Marrow. My heart and my lungs began to shut down for an unknown reason. They hospitalized me and quickly sent me to the intensive care unit where I had a retinal hemorrhage that made me blind in my left eye against seventy pounds of fluid and I drifted in and out of consciousness for for months at a time I was eventually diagnosed with ideographic. Multicentric castleman disease. Which as you mentioned is a rare and deadly immune system disorder which unfortunately at the time had to be treated with chemotherapy. Because there were there were no other options and thankfully. Chemotherapy saved my life. But I was actually so sick right before. I received chemotherapy that I actually had my last rites read to me by priests because the doctors didn't think I would survive and really considered that moment to be the start of my overtime and time that I didn't think I would have but thankfully I survived with Chemo but unfortunately I would go on to have relapsed after relapse after relapse until I eventually found a drug that could save my life well listeners. Who Want to know that story in greater depth can go to the rare. Cast podcast and find the edition. We did with you. But what exactly did you do to find a drug that could be re purposed to treat castleman disease sure after the fourth time that I nearly died battling this disease and while I was actually on the only drug that has ever undergone randomized controlled trial for my disease in. That drug did not work. I realized I could no longer hope that some researchers somewhere would figure out a drug that could save me at this stage. I was a third year medical student so I I'd dove into the lab and I started doing laboratory. Experiments asserted foundation called the CASTLEMAN disease. Claver network and when I relapsed again about a year later I was in a position to collect samples on myself and store them so if I survived that I could perform experiments on those samples and thankfully chemotherapy saved my life again and I survived and I performed a series of experiments in the lab and looked at a number of data sets databases to be able to try to put together a pattern that I was observing and eventually found a particular communication line called the M. Tour pathway. Which is really important for Many cells in your body particularly immune cells to communicate with one another. I found that that was in a hyperactive state. And I thought well maybe if we can inhibit this particular communication line. Maybe that could save my life and There's a drug that's already. Fda approved that is called Sierra Lima so we began testing on me. And now it's been over six years that I've been in remission and this concept of what's called drug re purposing is a concept that's become Pretty widely recognized recently with Kovic nineteen. It's the idea that you can take a drug approved for something else in. It may have activity against a disease that no one ever thought was possible in in in this case. I'm living proof I'm chatting with you today and alive because of a drug those dog for completely different condition.

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Is the Tasmanian Tiger Really Extinct?

BrainStuff

07:30 min | 9 months ago

Is the Tasmanian Tiger Really Extinct?

"You've no doubt heard of the Tasmanian Devil or seen an animated version the whirling dervish in looney tunes cartoons. But what about the Tasmanian Tiger? It's actually not even a tiger at all instead a marsupial known as the Thilo seen and it's thought to have gone extinct almost one hundred years ago but did it really. While many experts believed the last known thylacine died at. Australia's Hobart Zoo in nineteen thirty. Six others ardently claimed that the animals still exists because they've spotted one or more in the wild. We spoke by email with Kathryn medlock. Honorary Curator of vertebrate zoology the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery. She said the international Australian and state definition of an extinct species is that there has been no reliable evidence of the species for fifty years by this definition. They are officially extinct species although designated as officially extinct. It's difficult to prove that something is not there as opposed to proving it is. There are many cases of species being rediscovered. Many years after supposed- extinction we also spoke by email with Rick Schwartz an animal ambassador for California's San Diego Zoo. He explained that quote since the Nineteen Thirties. There have been a few claims Tasmanian. Tigers have been seen for brief moments in the wild however no substantial evidence has proven they exist at this time we also spoke by email with Neil waters of the thylacine awareness group of Australia. Who started disagrees a quote? Do I think the animals extinct? No because I've seen too and been coughed slash barked at by one in South Australia. In two thousand eighteen. There have been more than seven thousand documented sightings of Silas scenes or animals that appear to be Thilo scenes but the majority of those sightings on Mainland Australia. According to the scientific formula applied to mammals though it is extinct and has been since nineteen thirty six for fifty years. The animal was considered rare and endangered. This fact inconveniently keeps the animal as a recent extinction rather than an ancient one. We should lose hope over and forget about. Let's step back a bit. What exactly is Tasmanian. Tiger? Schwartz explained that it's not a big cat at all. He said the name. Tiger most likely was given to the animal by the European settlers due to the light stripes that went from the spine down each side on the hind end of the animal. Most people agree that the Tasmanian Tiger looks like a medium sized short haired dog with subtle stripes on hindquarters and the base of its tail. Tail was thick and muscular at the base. More like a kangaroo's tail than a dog's tail colorations were described as light brown and Yellow Brown with Darker Brown stripes. These animals weighed about forty five to seventy pounds. That's twenty to thirty kilos with a body length of forty to fifty inches or one hundred to one hundred and twenty five centimeters with that tail. Adding another twenty to twenty five inches or fifty to sixty centimeters most stood about two feet tall or two thirds of a meter at the shoulder. Schwartz said in our modern times we usually think of marsupials and Kangaroos however the Tasmanian Tiger had a number of unique characteristics being dog like medium sized carnivore. That's also Marsupial it. Size and features were more similar to that of a small wolf or large Fox. Combine that with the striped pattern on the hind end and thick muscular tail. Similar toy kangaroo. You've got a pretty unique animal and water said when you had a close look at the prince we find. You will see time and time again. The broad S- play of the toes and the Claude drag impressions from the massive fixed clause on the animals four feet. The reason they're split wide and not like a dog is because they don't have webbing between their toes their front feet also still acts similar to hands as they can both hop like a kangaroo or run on all fours as a result many of the prince appear that the front feet are literally grabbing the ground as they dig it on curves or high speed when pursuing prey when Europeans first colonized Australia. The Tasmanian Tiger was rarely seen the animals started to become increasingly blamed for tax on cheap however so private companies and the Tasmanian government attempted to curb population by establishing bounties exchange for dead violence scenes adding to their eventual extinction was the sad fact that Australia's colonisation eroded the thylacines habitat by the nineteen twenty s sightings of the Tasmanian Tiger in the wild became extremely rare and in nineteen thirty. A farmer shot and killed the second. To last known wild Tasmanian Tiger the final by Lesean was captured in the Florentine Valley in Nineteen thirty three and transferred to the Hobart Zoo on September seventh. Nineteen thirty six. The animal known as Benjamin died in captivity black and white footage recorded in nineteen thirty three would become historically significant as images of the final scene in nineteen thirty seven the Tasmanian animals and birds protection board a later to become the national park. Service launched a series to determine where thylacines still might be found. Medlock said unfortunately living animal was not discovered. The final search in the series was into the chain river area in Western. Tasmania on the search. Sometimes seen footprints were discovered and creek bed. The original plaster casts of these prints are lodged in the Tasmanian Museum. The Tasmanian Museum doesn't receive citing reports. And we don't have the expertise to assess them. This is done by the Department of Primary Industries Water and environment they continue to record reported sightings and take them seriously often however sightings films and photographs are released to the media through the people who are reporting them rather than a government body over the years. There have been several instances photographs and films purported to be thylacines in the wild but none have been verified as genuine evidence of an animal waters however contends that there have been dozens of credible sightings of Thilo scenes. He said actually hundreds of them too many to name one in particular was a bus load of tourists in Western Australia. Back in the nineteen eighties. Who All saw the animal at close range in broad daylight whilst on a wildflower tour the fact that we find headless Kangaroos. All over. His failure is a key piece of physical evidence that these animals still persist. But nobody to know about it. Because it's always blamed on either hunters or Satanists by. Ill informed people who don't understand how these animals feed waters has been working tirelessly to raise public awareness of this animals continued existence for the past five years meeting dozens of witnesses and collecting thousands of statements regarding sightings of this animal in. Tasmania and across mainland Australia. His work appears in the two thousand seventeen documentary living the thylacine dream which follows waters travels throughout mainland Australia. Collect evidence of predation as well as stories of sightings from witnesses who are adamant seen the thile seen both recently and historically

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Nicki Minaj's husband officially registers as sex offender in California

Celeb News Ride Home

00:43 sec | 11 months ago

Nicki Minaj's husband officially registers as sex offender in California

"Kenneth Petty is officially registered as a sex offender in the state of California after getting in trouble with the law for taking too long to do it. Tmz covered this writing quote. Can it's petty is now entered into the California Megan's law database which tracks sex offenders in the state. We don't know exactly what day he was registered but it was clearly very soon after his arrest on Wednesday last week so a matter of days really. He's listed as five foot nine hundred seventy pounds and has a Beverly Hills address and quote anyway Z. Of course posted the Mugshot and Ken. Petty doesn't look too happy

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Dallas: Amber Alert for Missing 8-Month-Old Girl, Mother in Mesquite

The Dave Ramsey Show

00:33 sec | 11 months ago

Dallas: Amber Alert for Missing 8-Month-Old Girl, Mother in Mesquite

"Local girl is the subject of an amber alert issued out of mesquite police are searching for nyla Crockett she's African American girl with brown eyes and brown hair about eight months old she's believed to be with her mother sure nari O. Crockett that thirty year old woman has brown hair and eyes and weighs a hundred seventy pounds she was last seen wearing a gray shirt along with blue jeans and dark boots police say they were last seen along north Galloway Avenue on Friday we do have pictures of both in Iowa and sure Noriko Crockett on our website K. R. L. D.

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Dallas: Mesquite Police Issue Amber Alert

The Dave Ramsey Show

00:32 sec | 11 months ago

Dallas: Mesquite Police Issue Amber Alert

"The state police department has issued an amber alert for missing eight month old girl police say nyla Crockett was last seen on Galloway Avenue on Friday they believe she's with her mom thirty year old churn Arial Crockett she's described as a black female with brown eyes about five foot six and one hundred seventy pounds they're asking anyone with information about the case to contact the mesquite police department we had that number along with pictures of both nala Crockett and churn Arial Crockett on our website K. A. R. L. D. dot com

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Dallas: Amber Alert Issued For 8-Month-Old Nyla Crockett Of Mesquite

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:23 sec | 11 months ago

Dallas: Amber Alert Issued For 8-Month-Old Nyla Crockett Of Mesquite

"Well an eight month old girl is the subject of an amber alert issued out of mesquite police are searching for nyla Crockett she's black with brown eyes and hair she's believed to be with thirty year old should nari O. Crockett who's a thirty year old woman with brown hair and eyes weighing around a hundred seventy pounds she was last seen wearing a gray shirt blue jeans and dark boots they were last seen

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Learning Not To Hate Your Body Is The Key To Great Sex Ft. Emmalee Bierly

Diet Starts Tomorrow

10:36 min | 11 months ago

Learning Not To Hate Your Body Is The Key To Great Sex Ft. Emmalee Bierly

"Let's talk about the whole world of how our body image and how basically our body image and how we feel about ourselves and our habits impacts our relationships impact our sex life and impacts of communication that we have with our partners absolutely so we have to do is to bring it down even deeper which is the fact of how bodies are looked at within our world and culture. Which is that. Fitness is better yes. Fitness is about agreeing. But I sure don't agree but sick with me here. What our society and culture tells us as thinness is better. And here's you. Are you ready for the tea with it? Ready for him to go really deep really fast. Yeah listen the fuck the Patriarchy here right now okay. You're talking to the right right. Listen so for everyone listening. I want you to first of all. You're going to check out Bernie by emily and Amelia the galaxy and they were going to really talk about. There's a part of the industrial revolution. Where if you guys remember it? If we look at past art women were shapely and curvy and and that was a status symbol. Because it was food meant that you could afford food and you could afford the privilege of not working and you got to just live your curves in your beauty and then something happened in the nineteenth century where we started saying. You know what? It's really better if you can provide that you're women's fragile. She's delicate so I guess is meaning that you make enough money your saddest symbol that you don't need her to work so we started making. Your women should be small like property right so when the cultural shift happens about thinness is better. It was a large part because of the patriarchy. Yeah but do you think? Do you think that that shift happened? I mean I feel like women were sort of always looked at as property like the earliest but I thought it was. It was that if they were larger. Meant that your husband provide for right right and stead at so then we got to this really late toxic diet culture and a lot of the happens interesting around the industrial revolution. We'll do you think the difference is that once things started becoming mass produced. It was that you didn't have to chase down athlete. Like Gabba four when no one could get food and it was really hard to get food people who were able to get it. Looks like we're the status symbol because they were large enough because they weren't exactly right. So then this shit's happened then. It was all about women being small and fragile and delicate which is actually not at all what our bodies were meant to do so it impacts us in every single way we think about the morality and thinness. And what it's supposed to look like. Here's what we also know. It is literally more unhealthy to be five pounds. Underweight seventy pounds overweight really jess. How do we know this because there was literally research if you look into? And they've done this because they've done huge studies of tons of people where they looked at people that were deemed key is to be a my of overweight and their health was actually better than people that were five pounds underweight. Wow Yeah I mean I think that there are. There are definitely a lot of complications. I mean especially when it comes to like fertility in. Ivf though we whether you're under over but especially under yes. Okay so if we look at this and the broader sense and then to think about everything from our culture impacts is everything happens within context so yes. We're getting all these little things but also I want you to think about what did you and there's something of this culture of it's overt or covert so maybe growing up your mom look in the mirror and she said Oh. I'm so gross. I hate my thighs but maybe it was a little bit more curve. Covert than that. Maybe it was. You're so lucky you can have that cupcake. I have to eat these carrots right right and so hurt that so exactly and most of us did and not because our parents or mothers were bad people simply because they were just in the same realm. `As right so how do you think that Finis is sort of expected? How do you think that that demand that's place on women please out in relationships whether they're new started yet maybe people are just data so when we say the women is it's better to be thin right so when it's better to be thin it also means you're better than your relationship but it's thin that your husband will want more your partner will want you more or dating will be easier or you can? Even I mean we even have studies showed people that are overweight. Get paid less than people that are thin right so everything in your life is better. If you're thin and that includes your marriage let me tell you as somebody who spends almost all of their time working with marriages azures. Fuck does not matter what you weigh. It matters a hell of a lot more about what communication would a two-minute attachment. But we are fooled to think that life will be easier and better for me if I'm thin and in some ways it is right. I mean it's not like thin women having gotten divorced before we can name several. I think we could name many of them and in my office. But so okay. So let's say you know. I do think a lot of women may be listening to this. Podcast myself formerly felt like I can't date until I feel like I look a certain way. No one will want me until I feel like until I look a certain way. And then let's say okay. So let's say you do believe that but you do get into a relationship and you have a partner house. A relationship affected by women and how they feel about themselves and also the habits that they're by absolutely writes. It is a few things. So let's break it down a little bit too like Physical emotional mental which is a little easier all right so if I don't feel good about my body I probably don't WanNa be seen naked by you right right so. I'm probably going to be harder for me. To be able to be present in one of the things that we know is if sex is just about hitting a goal of. Let's just get to orgasm. Let's just get him to come and I'm out of here and listen. Let's not pretend like we don't do this. Lady's let's not pretend like in our head. We don't know exactly what moves to do to make our partner easily ejaculate a number fucking God go hide myself under the covers so that's once and what we really know. Is that good sex pleasure focused? But I can't be grounded and connected to my body if I hate it right and I can't have pleasurable focus sex if I hate my body. So let's say you do hate your body. How do you overcome that so that it stops kind of getting in the way of what should be really great absolutely so the first thing I want you to really think about is insight awareness and that leads to action so the inmate is inside is where did I learn to hate my body? What messages have I get? Do I continuously gigs. We're talking about stuff that happened in childhood so many of us get these messages every single day and also to my partner slyly. Tell me that I should be losing way. Does my mother still slightly tell me. I mean something that we know. We can even look at a U. Jewish semi. Yes right so Jewish mothers. What are they like to tell us? E but don't be too big and right yes has has knocked it off a lot but and that was something but also because they're others want to my mother grew up in Manhattan. My grandmother was part of the Newark Public School System. She was a teacher. My Mom has memories of being eight years old and having to go to the school district office for her mother to get weighed. Because you couldn't be a teacher if you were to fat really that's a real fucking story. That's insane a lot. I'm not that old this thing that was happening not that long ago. Who stopped that? I don't know it's a really great question. And she probably know the answer. I should look more into this. But so she has memories of being eight years old going with her mother to get weighed by the school district. That's crazy right so you're not a wrestler. That's your weight has nothing to do. Most of us are weight does not matter in our careers. Well maybe it doesn't matter in in the sense of there will be a measurement and then a consequence but I think that for all of us I think wait is consequential in a society. That is fundamentally fat phobic. Absolutely because you. It's like a halo effect if you're thin and beautiful on the outside people just assume that you're you know amazing and you have integrity and you are competent. And just good it. Whatever it is but I think that people who are overweight don't get the benefit of the doubt absolutely negative things are protected upon them your unhealthy you're Lazy. You're incompetent you can't get it together. We'll and also we remember if there's also this is directly being told through. I mean okay. I'm on my husband's insurance every year. I have to do a health wellness. Check in that includes my weight's what exercises all of these things to the house like a physical. It basically is a physical but as an adult for my insurance White House I have to be measured and looked at which is also be. We all have to do that is that it's it's basically your insurance provider of fats in the workplace right because through my husband's work okay. So you didn't like August. Now take that insurance go. No and I was doing it for my own office. I would never allow an insurance provider to do that. But something to keep in mind of. You're right how much we are inherently fat phobic and how deep seated this is right. So let's say you're in a relationship and you're everything's great but you have these feelings about yourself and you constant and ended for you. The Tie has not been made. Or You haven't broken the the pattern of believing that you have to continue to lose weight in order to love yourself in that you yourself. Love is conditional on. Yeah so how'd and then it's affecting your relationship because you don't WanNa have sex as much and whatever it is. How do you fix that so all right so we're talking about this idea of inciting awareness for the first one? I go through this insight. It depends how you heal a lot of us. He'll through education so doing stuff like listening to certain podcasts. Following tap positive people. Some of US don't heal by education. Some of us are completely freaked out about a free. I don't want to hear more about this. So how do you heal? And how much of this are you willing to actually buy into something else? If if Dia Culture has been selling me one message my entire fucking life kiss guys. This is not going to be cured overnight right right if I hear it everywhere. It's basically like somebody follows you around all day. Say you're not fucking enough. You're not enough not enough and then you go to a therapist office twice and you think well what I what am I feel better. It's been times well shit. That doesn't do anything. Compared to every single moment of your life your entire life it takes a ton of time and dedication as much dedication probably put on Dia Culture

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Dallas Police Looking For Flasher Who Exposed Himself To Teen Girl

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Dallas Police Looking For Flasher Who Exposed Himself To Teen Girl

"Dallas police are trying to catch a flasher before he does it again yesterday a fifteen year old girl was simply walking to school when a man exposed himself on pine island drive in the Dallas Vickery meadow neighborhood he also reached out and touched on the backside before hurrying away and disappearing into an apartment complex the team got a pretty good description saying he was a black man about thirty about five eight to five ten and weighing about one fifty to one hundred seventy pounds also he was clean shaven and had what she describes a short twists in his

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Comorbidity with Schizophrenia

The Psych Central Show

06:22 min | 1 year ago

Comorbidity with Schizophrenia

"I'm Rachel Star withers here with my co host gave Howard in this episode. We will be exploring Komorowski having another health condition. In addition to Schizophrenia Co Morbidity is associated with worse health outcomes more complex complex clinical management and increased healthcare costs occupational therapist and host of the podcast occupied brock. Cook will be joining us to discuss sways that. He works with people with schizophrenia to manage multiple health issues. Rachel Co Morbidity is one of those things that it happens in all illnesses but but specifically we're talking about how it relates to managing living with an acknowledging schizophrenia. Can you give us a little more background. On Co Morbidity Come Morbidity is his the presence of one or more additional conditions co occurring with a primary condition and for our show the primary condition we are focusing. Focusing on is schizophrenia. How Co Morbidity is classified in mental health vogue gets like really confusing? So if you have schizophrenia and depression and is that two different things or is that schizophrenia. With a negative symptom of depression or is that schizo affective disorder. That's where things start to get like like a little bit hairy as what's a whole separate disorder and then what's a side effect. Others are like anxiety panic disorder post traumatic stress disorder obsessive obsessive compulsive. It's estimated that depression occurs and fifty percent of patients with schizophrenia. I personally have the diagnosis of schizophrenia. Yeah and depression. It's important to understand why we move through this episode that there is a difference between a symptom of an illness like for example. You can have a cold and a symptom of having a cold is a runny nose so you don't have the co morbid disorder of a cold with a runny nose. And that's that's a very bad example. And I know that every general practitioner who listens to our the show like Gabe no full disclosure. Didn't go to medical school but we're really trying to talk about the things that are vastly different from schizophrenia. We're not even necessarily talking about schizophrenia. And depression or schizophrenia anxiety. We're also talking about schizophrenia. And physical health traits and trends. That people with schizophrenia. More often than not have in higher rates than the general population schizophrenia has been described Bob. The life shortening disease and physical core morbidity accounts for sixty percent of premature deaths that are not related to suicide. In People's Oh schizophrenia. WE HAVE AN INCREASE RATE OF DEVELOPING GLUCOSE REGULATION ABNORMALITIES INSULIN resistance and type two diabetes and of course now some of that it's going to be attributed to lifestyle factors which will come back to but a big part is the side effects of antipsychotic medications. If you've ever been on different medications occasions you've definitely learned weight. Gain even with Diet and exercise is really hard to avoid my weight's going up and down throughout the years and I've have always been active to some degree whether it was fighting doing a mud runs like I've always been a very active person and I mean I weighed seventy pounds more than I do right now at one point and it's important to point out that for your career as a stunt woman being physically in shape is a requirement so when you say that you have always been active you've been active at a level different from the majority of the population. You're talking about a planet fitness membership. Here this is part of your career to earn a living and to be paid to do the stunts that you have been so successful at doing and it's it's not so much just even stunt just being on camera for different things unfortunately my looks kinda matter and you set yourself up whenever whenever you're doing Internet things for horrible commenters and that's been rough of just hearing the things people will send like all this fat you know on and on has been definitely really hard just dealing with other people's responses and while we're certainly not saying that it's more reasonable to have your weight commented on if you quote deserve deserve it. It's important to point out that your lifestyle change your medication. Did you were still eating the same working out the same exercising exercising the same. You're still just as active. The only thing that changed as your medication but your weight shot up and and again I want to be very very clear. It's not okay to insult salt people's looks or weights if they gained weight because they cake but we do want to point it out right. Your level of activity did not change you. You made no lifestyle changes. You made a medication. Change to manage schizophrenia. And as you stated gained seventy pounds even though. That's the only change that you made. Patients with schizophrenia are more likely to be obese than the normal population. And if you have long term schizophrenia you are three times more likely to develop diabetes than the general population. That's a lot three times more. I was like Oh wow when i read that it makes sense because like I said I it was so much of it was out of my control like I was doing everything I could and I was still packing on weight and that did not help the depression in part one of the things that I thought was interesting. Rachel as you talked about whenever you were given a new medication. The very first thing that you google was the name aim of drug and weight gain. That was your primary concern will why is that. Why is that your primary concern because there seems to be a lot more important things to worry about? You would assume that I should care more about my mental state but at the same time I fell and I still feel that I can only fight so battles trying to maintain a mental state of being able to go to work and live a life at same time. I don't WanNa be like gaining and gaining and gaining anyway because that affects those exact things me trying to live life me trying to. I don't WanNa say make friends dating things but it does it. Does it like like changes different things. And it's like I can only fight so many battles till the point that it just becomes overwhelming

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IKEA to pay $46M in boy's dresser tipover death, lawyers say

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

IKEA to pay $46M in boy's dresser tipover death, lawyers say

"I kia will pay forty six million dollars to settle a lawsuit filed by the parents of a two year old Orange County boy who was crushed to death by a dresser made by the company that seventy pound dresser fell over on a toddler in his point apart Coleman twenty seventeen crossed his neck cause them to suffocate in their loss to the child's parents accused ikea of knowing the dresser posted tip over hazard but the company had failed to warn consumers the dressers shouldn't be used without being anchored to a wall the dresser was recalled in twenty sixteen in a statement ikea said it offered its deepest condolences that it was working to address this very important home safety issue including offering consumer education and safety workshops and working to make safer

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UPS, FedEx Fees on Heavy Packages to Hit Consumers and Merchants

Marketplace

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

UPS, FedEx Fees on Heavy Packages to Hit Consumers and Merchants

"According to the Wall Street journal UPS and FedEx are slapping new fees on packages that way more than fifty pounds right now only parcels more than seventy pounds get hit with the twenty four dollars surcharge one analyst estimated the change will affect about fourteen and a half percent of packages meaning retailers might split up orders of laundry detergent big bags of dog food or other heavy items into multiple shipments to avoid the feet more boxes can still mean higher shipping costs for businesses and consumers but it may make hauling those multiple jumbo boxes of Kitty litter a little easier for delivery

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School resource officer fired after slamming student

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

School resource officer fired after slamming student

"Well today a school resource officer in North Carolina was fired after disturbing video showed him body slamming an eleven year old student who weighs just seventy pounds mark Strassmann tells us that officer could lose more than his job brace yourself for an outrageous moment a sheriff's deputy escorting a middle school boy lives and body slams him a student who weighed seventy pounds body slams him twice a school resource officer who's supposed to protect students the family of the unidentified eleven year old says the boy was knocked out saw the video would was done we wish our sheriff Curtis brain says the unidentified deputy has been fired does make my day between a day at the mall for certain North

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Luggage from Juice WRLD's plane contained 41 bags of suspected marijuana, police say

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

01:05 min | 1 year ago

Luggage from Juice WRLD's plane contained 41 bags of suspected marijuana, police say

"New details coming out about the death of a twenty one year old rapper choose world died just a short time after his private jet landed at Chicago's midway airport we don't know investigators are working on a tip had actually met the aircraft to search it for firearms law enforcement along with the police dog discovering in the luggage six prescription bottles of suspected it liquid codeine three guns and forty one bags of marijuana reportedly weighing seventy pounds as investigators as search the plane the twenty one year old rapper whose real name was Jerry Higgins began to have a medical emergency seizures report according to TMZ the rapper may have ingested several pain killers in an attempt to hide them from authorities authorities telling us they administered two doses of nor can a drug which can counteract an overdose before Higgins was rushed from the airport to a hospital where he later died authorities say there were no name tags on that

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Codeine, 41 bags of marijuana found in luggage when rapper Juice WRLD collapsed

Charlie Parker

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Codeine, 41 bags of marijuana found in luggage when rapper Juice WRLD collapsed

"And we're learning more about the sudden death of rapper juice world the twenty one year old died after he reportedly swallowed a number of Percocet pain killers to hide them from police as they searched his luggage for drugs and guns in a hangar inside Chicago's midway airport on Sunday a search of the luggage aboard the rapper's jet yielded seventy pounds of marijuana and six bottles of prescription codeine cough syrup which contains opioids consumption of the pills likely contributed to the rapper's death resulting in a possible overdose shortly afterwards he began convulsing and then suffered a seizure before he died at the hospital an

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"seventy pounds" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"seventy pounds" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Seventy pound curly instead Jim chrysalis CBS news now here's news H. Carling Chavis with your micro climate forecasts as soon as tomorrow morning our winds will make that shift that we've been talking about so for southern California we will be in store for a twenty four to thirty six hour window vent as Santa Ana winds pick up strong sustained easterly winds twenty to thirty miles per hour wind gusts up to fifty miles per hour for AM seven sixty I am chief meteorologist curling Chavis right now partly cloudy and sixty seven in imperial beach the five eight five with Roger Hedgecock imprint winter bulls next AM seven sixty talk and breaking news this is a long time ago but we know this stuff still happens today sometimes subtly and frankly sometimes not Rogers five five with AM seven sixty KFMB all that was Elizabeth Warren doing a clean up on aisle number two just late yesterday as she is getting lambasted for claiming that she was visibly pregnant out you're pregnant when she was not offered an opportunity to return to her special ed teaching job in nineteen seventy one when she was pregnant Roger Hedgecock what what we do is sense of this because I know you're gonna comment you're going to comment about the fact that Elizabeth Warren is lying again but there's an.

"seventy pounds" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"seventy pounds" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Fifty two just because you're released from prison that doesn't mean your debt to society is paid in full hi Mike denardo that's coming up right after traffic and weather let me looking good on the Jersey side anybody's having to or from the sure be taken a the majors AC expressway the current hardware the Jersey turnpike we just have some construction two ninety five in both direction from exit for the exit thirteen that's for one thirty in Logan township one lane is shut down it should be up around six and we'll keep you posted throughout the late evening and the early morning that's going to thirty west bound right at main street at six ninety one and number two in the right lane shut down to five again we could be pose for any changes in that construction pattern looking good I'm seeing on thirty eight on the on the eastbound side symbols for seventy pounds of fifty five and we're looking good on the black horse pike now that's going to be a major six seventy six divine expressway been quiet for the last few hours this some river to river action there same goes for the school go in and out of center city thankfully no construction very quite a bit construction on the eastbound school cool the last few nights but tonight it's all clear so you're coming in or leaving center city taken a school it's all good in Ben Salem street road west bound for the PA turnpike the old Lincoln highway Russia for Brooke rubber pattern it's in the right lane also a trooper road between four twenty two and Egypt will be a million paving operation and it came out to be a twenty four hour traffic center amok point after the third mostly clear skies for the night ahead staying warm and muggy a low of eighty one mostly sunny tomorrow record heat.

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"seventy pounds" Discussed on Citation Needed

Citation Needed

13:56 min | 1 year ago

"seventy pounds" Discussed on Citation Needed

"Oven and a leaky balloons. They could no prob their way into the most unforgiving places on earth so tom what happen next well what happened is things went poorly immediately like almost as soon as the roads were cut shit went south. I hate to be this guy but as we learned before the break before the ropes were cut shit went south all right so those great drag ropes <hes> well they became immediately twisted and tangled and they dragged the basket so low that it dipped into the water of the ocean and the ropes which had a safety feature that allowed them to detach if they got tangled will they fucking detached so eleven hundred and seventy pounds of rope immediately came on more from the basket and then the frantic explores desperate not to drown in the first half hour dumped four hundred pounds of sandbags overboard as well so the Eagle which was supposed to be a steerable hyper modern aircraft was now what it what it always was it was a giant audit control balloon with three idiots. What's in it blown about at the mercy of the winds to wherever this nature decided they should go question was the safety feature for releasing the ropes called giant sword in the tiny best with getting tossed around wins? I should've been but no balloon now unencumbered by ballast rose twenty two hundred feet this was far higher than they had intended to go sword dangling twenty six says they say went up here. The lesser pressure allowed more of their precious hydrogen to escape from the eight million tiny stitching the holes in the balloon and this sounds really bad but they had to really great ways to communicate if and when things went wrong you see <hes> no shit they had homing pigeons booze this this was it guys so the bullies were basically they were messages in a bottle that you throw at the ocean with notes written and I'm like Oh help. We've made a terrible mistake right on the first. First one and then the pigeons pigeons guys because you're making the same stupid the pitch we're birds that if everything went swimmingly would fly to where they were bred and that was Norway Norway now interesting okay so then somebody would have to capture the pigeon then take the message container off the bird and follow the instructions to bring that message to somebody in Sweden so yeah and then forty days later the bird returns with not not at this address stamp on it. I'm sorry we were these are pigeons. That's not a native pigeon. Environment are it so of the booties Louise to were actually found the messages were basically nonsense amounted coordinates and a bit of what I can only assume was pun based hyperbole claiming that quote spirits were high. Give it up come on and of the pigeons one pigeon was found when it landed on a steamer ship and was promptly shots and that message was similarly pointless so it's so much better than I thought the pitch it's okay. We're one of the directions from these coordinates. Save reading this and have a stable giant anti air balloon read section B. Not never mind the balloon Andre kept a pretty detailed diary which is how we actually know what happens next in his diary was rather more honest than his lighthearted pigeon recipes that he was sending out recipes balloon was completely out of control. This is amazing. It was behaving much like you might imagine an uncontrolled balloon might behave completely lately out of equilibrium so it has no ballast nothing to keep it stable so the balloon alternately rose to incredible heights wherein it lost massive amounts of hydrogen fell crashing back down to the Earth to skim across the sea and bounce across the waves and the ice cold set in it rose again justice quickly essentially a ride at action park and despite it being summer it was as you may recall recall summer in the Arctic so the balloon was fucking constantly soaked with rain the total actual free flight of their balloon lasted only ten hours and twenty nine minutes. That's airtime. They then spent the next no shit forty one hours just skimming and crashing across the land landed into the ground unable to stop until the Eagle Eve Neville crash in came to a halt. There was no one there to see it. That's such one penguin interns the other it was worth the commute just to see this penguin. We make perfect sense. Why don't we swim over to Finland await? We can't all right so it's now July fourteenth and they're stranded on the ice their equipment which is supposed to be used for science became instead used to catalog their misery and misfortunes. The men kept meticulous record their activities. There are over two hundred photographs that you're sort of amazing to look at in a sort of I know something you know kind of Jesus Day forty seven today we learned that inhaling hydrogen makes your voice funny only in the sense that projectile vomiting makes your voice funding which I sure hope we end up on a podcast or super dumb. I said the men did have some guns and safety equipment but they also had no experience with exploration and they've done very little planning for this part of the voyage probably because there wasn't supposed to be this part of the voyage like there weren't supposed to crash in ten hours their boat for example that they brought was a collection of sticks the idea being that if it was needed needed they would be assembled and they would hold the sticks with the balloon silk do it yourself but their sleds were heavy and inflexible and resembled nothing of what anyone successful had ever used their clothes were similarly ill-chosen none of the men and brought furs relying instead on wool trousers and coats and Oilskins. None of this was ideal when dealing with quote channel separating ice floes high ridges and partially iced over melt ponds guys like okay guys. I'm ready for Arctic ticket venture. I pack ten cinderblocks a windbreaker and a half gallon of holiday sauce anywhere where I could keep this warmed. We have a place I could just oh this is not this is perfect. I packed a Forman Grill and also twenty six feet of mirrors on a road in sync today now after crashing before setting off the men spent a week on the ice packing and preparing for their journey and having already abandoned attempting to get to the north with poll the men consulted their maps which turned out to be faulty maps to decide between two food depots that they were going to hope to walk through they chose one Cape Flora as their destination and now headed decide on which of their seventeen hundred pounds of provisions which they packed for a balloon flight rather than an overland track which of these they would take included in these hyper practical choices when packing cases of champagne port and beer the amazing hosted the food was heavy cans of meat and cheese and condensed milk <hes> and a bit of lemon juice hold off the skirving possible so they they decided most of it. That's what they were going to bring learn most of their provisions and each man then had to pull a four hundred pound sled of champagne and tinned meats. Yeah there's no way that lemon juice made the cut there so this lasted for them about a week before broke both the sleds and the men's they pared down each slide to just two hundred ninety pounds each and they lived off shooting polar bears seals and walruses but mostly polar is shut. A lot of polar bears the man. I hope they didn't know the story or that's going to be really embarrassing for the polar bear right. He's fucking idiots here Jesus. Where's global warming when you need it? If we blow oh into the polar bears asshole we can use him to fly so as they walked they discovered that walking across drifting pack ice really sucks like not only. Is it unimaginably arduous. Juice but the ice itself will it drifts and after ten days of walking when they accounted for the drift of the ice they took a reading and found that they had not gotten any closer to their goal of not dying out here so they changed their minds the fuck it turn around the began heading in the opposite opposite way to the other food depot and they're the terrain was actually even worse so the men had a crawl on all fours to fight their way across and up the steep ridges dragging these heavy asks leads behind them. They made some headway but just as they begin to make progress the wind shifted again and they were now pushed backward they lost all of the ground of the backbreaking weeks of tracking that they had done shit sounds like being a Democrat ah that much wealth the men made a hut of snow and ice and they resign themselves to letting the ice floe just take them where it would which was already what was happening but now with less blisters right so the hope was it there is flow that Iran would take them somewhere where they could live off the food provided by the sea and perhaps the ice flow would be kinder than the winds that they had trusted their fates to earlier so their plan went from. I can fly a balloon to the top of our planet. It will push us to T._G._I.. Fridays in like three days little buoy floats up to them with a note. Lets check this out. Please save us. The balloon thing was stupid okay. That's that earlier. You're Kinda funny so I love this so instead what happened <hes> almost immediately is the ice flow that they were on broke and it broke under the hut that they built to the men were forced ashore sure off the ice flow and onto a small island called White Island it took a few days to bring all their stores from the ice flow to the island but Andre ever the optimist remained unmoved writing in his journal quote morale remains good with such comrades one should be able to manage under I may say any circumstances spoiler alert one was not well it was at this point that Andre's diary ceases to be coherent and based on the sudden incoherency and the abrupt stop it is assumed that the men all parish on that island within a few days of landing on Jesus in nineteen thirty two sealers from Norway in search of freshwater discovered the remains of Andrei and his encampment including the diaries men kept as well as the photos that they took the men were celebrated inexplicably as heroes and the remains were presented with solemn fanfare when returned to Sweden <hes> well time if you had to summarize what you in one sentence what would it be well. If first you don't succeed that was your fault and you never should have tried in the first place. Are you ready for the quiz I am. Let's do it in full of gas and ready to pass all right Tom. I am writing a novel of the story. What should I call it the old man and the that's what you gotTa be around the globe in never remind dead Harold and the Purple Useless Ray on all right? I gotta go with seek because that's a kids book joking. I appreciate that thank you that is correct. Harold and the Purple Useless Ran Dan all right which song did the crew play over and over again on their voyage a blimp and ain't easy be truth or dirigible see peaceful peaceful breezy feeling by the Deep Blue Swede crews blue Swede works so many ways. They're called their dad. It's just amazing e- anything by led Zeppelin it's led Zeppelin just because the double pun that's fair. 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"seventy pounds" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

10:02 min | 2 years ago

"seventy pounds" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Estate. Back of a buddy to mazing Americans Jerry Schimmel with you on this Sunday morning is we talked to a couple of guys runners, and recovering alcoholics and substance abusers. Matt Elliott and Justin Garrity who have opened a running club in Raleigh North Carolina called oak city recovery run club. We've been talking about their stories about the program. They started together. And one said Justin said about Matt he's a man of action. And this is the result of that is the oaks city run reclose recovery club. I want to ask each of you guys about a particular individual in the club that you guys started. That has a great story that that one's maybe triumph tragedy to triumph and I'll start with you mad. You got somebody in mind from your club. That is a story. People should hear about. Yeah. Absolutely. The guy that would come out probably for the last eight months to year, we all know, his is Mr. Yogi. That is his f three name. So that is kind of his nickname. There is a workout guy in recovery. And just does a lot of service in the community there, he came and he started running or I should say walking where he basically was maybe walking jogging a couple of miles with us every night, overweight, and was determined to lose that way and Scott running and. I would say maybe Greece six months. And he had lost about seventy pounds and was running. Can we have one three or five mile route fifty nine and we have all different levels where some guys are running pretty pretty fast paces and some are just walking. Right. And so he was up to where he was doing the three mile round. Then he was doing the five mile route. And then we had special occasion, just recently. A couple months ago, we had an ultra marathoner Charlie angle come out and do a twenty four hour run to raise money for healing transitions as well. And Yogi decides that he is going to get out there and run it's it's a the loop three mile loop that Charlie was running and Yogi got out there and ran that night through the middle of the night. And actually ran twenty six miles. So his first I guess technically or unofficial maybe marathon was done, and that was all within the first ten months or so him being out there. And and starting from where he was just kind of walking jogging Mahler, so running twenty six mile pretty cool. That's that's awesome. Justin, you got somebody in mind that way. I've been thinking there's quite a few people with incredible stories, and now the one club is been integrated in their recovery helping them out, but there's one that really sticks in my mind. This guy named Chris now a little background information about Chris is he's has a long history of substance use disorder particularly opioid use disorders where he's been shooting heroin and methamphetamine is family is rebelled in addiction. He actually was using drugs with his mother and his mother has to weigh overdosed in front of them passed away. Chris overdosed four or five times before coming to healing transitions. Wouldn't that tells me he's the severe severe opioid use disorder in a highly complex case? Extorted come in. And he would do. Well, he would do in the program. He wasn't really coming out to one club. But he would he would relapsed and it'd be heartbreaking then do well. And then he relapsed, and it it'd be tough for folks. But they need story coming out of the club. And he started walking a bit and not he's not running. He didn't want to run. I think he just wanted to come out walk and hopefully get a pair of shoes. Anyway, he started doing that slowly and slowly week by week at one point he had made a commitment and accomplished a mile race back in July at this point. And I only have like a month and a half clean. And so this was a real big accomplishment for Chris and the next month. I we talked to our sponsor shop run allergy. And we said, hey, you know, you guys have been given away free. Pair of shoes. I think Chris would be a great candidate. So they went down, and they fitted Chris with these brand new pair ultra shoes professional bidding made us feel like he was somebody not in the homeless shelter right now. He kept staying with it. He's since ran I think three or four different races to that four miles and the next one was a six mile race. And then he did. Well, it's another six mile race trail rates up in Virginia. We took a bunch of guys up to Virginia to run this race. Then he read it a ten mile race. And last weekend. He he ran a five K, and it was kind of a shady porter Rollie eight said last year this time, I was doing a bunch of drugs running around the streets right now, I'm sober in a running these streets, and it feels so good in that just man. I mean, that's the whole point is to give folks that maybe never thought they had a chance at recovering you're adding stuck give them a group. Give him an exercise to do people to hang out with and let them experience the power that recovery. Hats. So that really I mean his case really stands out. And it just makes me happy that he's able to. To have that experience. Awesome. Map back to you for a moment. I have read, and you guys know this way better than I do. But I've read it several times that coming out of a re Rico coming off of of drugs or alcohol there needs to be a substitute in a person's life for those drugs or alcohol is that kind of what this running program. You guys started is about a substitute. All right. You're gonna you're gonna move away from these things in your life. But then you can brace this, and this is running is that accurate, Matt. Yeah. I think for me. And for a lot of people was okay, I'm going to get sober. And then what what are they gonna do? Right. What am I gonna do time? And obviously. Some people find support groups in different fellowships. And and that was the case for me as well. But I think running was just became a passion. And it was. Wall. Maybe completely be healthy inside and out and running gave me that healthy alternate. To go with you know, some people do weightlifting some people play other sports, some people go rock climbing for me. It was running. I think for several reasons just like a spoke on earlier just being present. And. Taking a time out from everything for a little while listen to breathing and running and just kind of focusing on and appreciating that makes sense. Is Matt Raleigh pretty running friendly community. It is. So I you know, I got only been running for a couple of years now. And I had no idea they're run clubs with sometimes hit two hundred people out here. We've got run all over. And it's it's really cool. Once you get into that kind of scene in you. Everyone is really friendly. They're all out there do same thing. What I like about it when I'm out. There is no one's really better than or less than everyone is out there just to enjoy running. And and that's what I really enjoy. And every day of the week. There's something there's some kind of run groups to connect with and jump in the middle with and every Crips inviting. I think I read Matt Justin said these running with his mother that you're running with your wife. Tim racists. We. We actually so I started running in my first race just like was a half marathon, the Raleigh rock and roll half marathon. And that was her first half marathon as well. It's something we talked about for years and never really did until I guess that was two thousand sixteen is what I did not. I. Happy with her. And we both completed. It is a great. Well, like Justin said your man of action. So you get your wife to to do the rock and roll half marathon. Yeah. This is easier that we're going to take a break. We're gonna come back. We're speaking with Matt Elliott and Justin Garrity to recovering abusers who have started to run club in Raleigh, North Carolina. We're going to bring in one of their buddies and other Matt's we're going to really confuse you on the program in a moment. Matthew Smith is not working with the team as well. He's a long-term term. Well, we'll get his perspective in the moment. This is amazing Americans on KOA NewsRadio. Tomorrow on Colorado's morning.

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"seventy pounds" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"seventy pounds" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"You know, oftentimes when you're listening to the radio, or you're you're watching TV, and you turn away from the screen, the the what you derived from somebody's voice, what you derived from their confidence for the the spirit in their voice the enthusiasm, and their voice says it all now, we're talking about burn fat Orlando, and you could hear Katie talked about this program with enthusiasm and with strength. And that's what gets me about every time. We have Katie on the air seventy pounds that is overcoming a major major problem in one's life Yubari. Oh, absolutely. Am I'll tell you? I've done them. All you name any kind of weight loss program. I've been on it. And this is the only one that work. I'll tell you what you had to work you lost seventy pounds. And you don't somebody might run India now go, Katie. Where'd you hide pounds? Where'd they go? Well, they are already are rob, especially. In the last couple of weeks and just in the last eighteen days lost seventeen pounds and people are looking at me, my co workers, and my friends, and they're coming up to me and saying you look great, what are you doing? And I hand them a card, you know, with the phone number to burn fat on it because I'm an ambassador for the program. And it's always my pleasure to help people. And you know, I have a friend of mine she's got her daughter's wedding coming up in April. She said, you know, what I think I'm gonna have to do the program. I said, well, I sit right next to you. Let's get it done. That is so great that has got to make you feel really good late night. You put your head on your pillow. And you got to be thinking, I'm helping somebody changed their life. Just like, I changed mine. Well, you know, I don't remember what the figure is. But I know it goes up probably annually of how much of America is obese. Oh, yeah. I'm sure I'm sure the knows I don't know the fifty percent now. And I'm sure the cardiologists are happy, but you know. Fat people are not happy. They're not happy and. This is it this is the one. So we're looking at sixty percent of the people in this country are overweight. I mean, it's it's a it's an epidemic. It's whatever you wanna call it. And it costs more the mental the medical insurance alone is skyrocketing because of all the things that came along because people are carrying too much weight. And yet there people like you in burn fat Orlando that all have the story that they're going the opposite direction when you get on the scale every morning, your numbers have gone down down down down down seventy pounds. Wow. That is. Well, we're not in. It's not just the scale. I said this before, but you know, I was getting up in the round where my blood sugar was starting to get high. I didn't have prediabetes yet. But it was getting high. My blood pressure was getting hypertensive, my cholesterol was increasing. And I'm not I'm on cholesterol medicine anymore. And I cannot wait to do my next blood tests cared about two or three months and out. My doctor reduced him out of fireworks that I'm taking one. It's not just about like you say dumb that says he's not just about the fat. Although it's nice to look aesthetically pleasing. But it's also good to be healthy, whatever that means for us. As I love it. The program addresses me specifically and each patient.

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"seventy pounds" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"seventy pounds" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"People been incarcerated on people that I was locked up with, you know, asking to join swear, you know, by Michigan, I know you lost seventy pounds in prison, but I also know that the largest part of fitness diets. How do you eat healthy in prison? I've seen prison food. This is not healthy stuff that they're feeding you guys. Yeah. I mean the food imprisons basically you get it in a bag with like. We call mystery NIA a sauce and his thickened in a cattle, and they blew it and then throw it in a pan and take a ladle and just like dump it on your tray. In next, you know, you move onto the next side and that's what you basically take. But you know, if you have money in prison, you could go to compensate certain things. And that's what I did. I went to combat. Sorry, I got a couple of things also, you know, you get fruits and vegetables sent from home, so it was awesome family at that time. You know, sending me thirty five pounds of food every month. The you only get like fruits and vegetables and canned food sounds mostly eating like tuna cans in Jack MAC, and you know menu make all this stuff in the microwave. You know, you become very creative. The I was actually like, you know, cooking also with. I mean, you come up with the most creative shit in prison you you get these plastic water hop hots that you warm up your water, so you can make Rama noodles soup with it, but you rip out the plastic out of it. You take like a Maxwell coffee. Can you melted on top of the burner and any stick a little bit of oil name for like defiant stuff, you know, like making in all saute, onions and peppers garlic in what I mean. So I was you got creative. That's what I did. Basically eliminated eating bread, eliminated pasta and rice based. My cars were through like fruits and vegetables, and then just intaking more protein primarily eating a lot lot of fish. Wow. I I would not have thought that it would even be possible to eat healthy in prison. I know you and I talked pre show about the prison burrito. Rama noodles, cheese, ROY. Is Doritos slim jims? Not exactly what I had in mind for for body building materials. Yeah. But I mean, I gotta get crafty, you know a road out. It's you recipes in in my book. You know. If you want to check that out, how do you stay positive while you're inside? Because it seems like these are the worst of circumstances for most people. And I know that you spent you said you spend a lot of time in solitary confinement, which sounds terrible. First of all, why were you in solitary confinement are wants us. Odds are found in the few times, but my the lots on all into solitary confinement was something that I felt like I didn't do. I was walking down towards the medical unit one day and this also places beyond wall put you on the wall. 'cause they, they take any inmate walking by and they randomly like search you because people sometimes carry like shanks or drugs on. And so they randomly like search people. So this this also prices me on wall star search me like becomes like, starts getting supergrasses between my legs and and jerk. My I move. My body like I jerk my body because I felt like you know a little bit annoyed and he punching by beyond my head and said, don't fuck with me. Today's now my day when he punched me behind my head, I dropped the at the time I was wearing glasses. I went to pick up my glasses and I turned around on the officer. As soon as I turned around on officer, he pressed this button his walkie talkie. They call that the pen. And as soon as the pen is price, the whole alarm for the whole prison goes off in everybody s hit the ground and face down and on a head and about a dozen offices come to the scene and they beat the crap out of me..

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"seventy pounds" Discussed on Reasons to be Cheerful

Reasons to be Cheerful

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"seventy pounds" Discussed on Reasons to be Cheerful

"We're seeing some of wins, sixty seventy pounds solar, Jeremy. Mike wrong is similar of sixty. Seventy pounds build starts solar again, UK onshore wind. Definitely that kind of raids. So so. So we basically we're looking in thirty five years of a cost. It's already thirty thirty pounds above the technologies and the other thing to remember about nuclear. We've never seen you. Technology costs come down, so so we're at a point now soda where we continue to see those prices come down nuclear locked into a tunnel. Gee, that's just not going to decrease. So you go one we few generations are going to have to pay. So you're worried about the subsidy for nuclear. What else would you? What else would you be doing? If you just put you in charge. Kind of very hard that heat market and see what we've done. So we had a system could EKO for many years, which was where we were trying to get make large energy supplies put in energy efficiency, which would that mean they would lose mountains. And I always thought this is a bit mad because the last person you want to put in charge of China, reduce costs, reduced Jesus call. So those people are going to suffer as a result of it. So I think we need to rethink about how he to me, he is one of the biggest areas we haven't really made any inroads in in terms of renewables targets since the big thing that we're out standing. So we kinda need to completely rethink about how the UK and how he deliver any policy mechanism that's really effective to do that. We need to make sure we got control me part of that, but we need to basically start making sure that every home has not the stop every home is not wasting anything. We got comfortable homes, but we're not. Wasting anything to, and then look at what other technologies can we start to really support so should be looking at sun thermal school. We haven't had soda was perfectly well in this country. We just had no roll out of that kind of technology tools in the UK. Georgia's explain for a list what solar thermal is? Yes. So essentially is the very the most basic onto you could just do it home by having a host by putting out either on your loan on your drive in the sun, and he will then turn the tackle later in pot. That will be hauled that is a census oath oval, but it's always a bit more sophisticated merb'ys as that they have road chiefs ten put them on the roof. They tend to be black. You pull water through the absorb the heat from the sun and then goes into party supporting the heat in terms of your your.

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"seventy pounds" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"seventy pounds" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"By beneficial Bank true to our, names and, eighteen fifty three authorities in bucks county are investigating the death of a two year old boy at. His home in, Tully town his mother was found injured detectives are trying to piece together what happened, here's KYW's Kristen Johanson authorities were called to a house on love it avenue near manor avenue. Entirely town around ten thirty pm Saturday there they found, the boy lying on a bed dead. Child and the mother were both down in an apartment and inside of a home bucks county district. Attorney bat Weintraub says the mother was taken to the hospital with injuries which look, like they're self. Inflicted we're obviously opening to investigate any kind of nexus or link between the mother and the Death of her child but these investigations are very sensitive and they take time he says the boy's body had. No obvious signs of trauma we'll learn more after the child's. Autopsy and? Toxicology report. Comes back no one else was home at the time Kristen Johanson KYW NewsRadio six, year old boy who vanished from Philadelphia. Grocery store on Friday night is still missing devante, Hayward junior, was last seen at the fresh closer on north broad street with a man who sells water in. Front of the, store and goes by j the little boy is four foot ten seventy pounds with, Brown eyes and black hair you can see a picture of devante KYW NewsRadio dot com Anyone with. Information about the six year old is asked to call police Efforts are stepped up to save. Florida manatees who've been sickened by that poisonous red tide hitting the waters the toxins. Generally put manatees into a coma, like state are not. Able to swim they're going to be presenting seizures especially in their face we're gonna see a lot of muscle twitching Maggie Mary Alicia as part of. The team that treats. Manatees rescued, and brought to SeaWorld Orlando show far they've taken in ten she says they've been able to save eight of them is a very, short window of time where if we get them into the park flush, all of those toxins out of their systems with a lot of fluids we can see a full recovery as long as we get. To them or will procedure is to return them to their. Normal habitats he says, that, won't happen until the red tide is gone Peter King CBS news Orlando. Red tide has already claimed the lives of tens of thousands of fish WBZ news time one forty one traffic's next.

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"seventy pounds" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"seventy pounds" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"So considering this on fresh out a substantial amount of many, especially when he saying owner, the cooler like Amazon, Alexis, and people homes on anyway. Yeah, so they are obviously kind of expensive and code and shiny though that would be pretty nice. I think I'd go full not technology software technology. I think I go for kitchen technology is actually, you know, have Stansell amount of code kitchen equipment. We wanted immersion circulator probably this is against into the shopping. Catholics would need to come out. So many cool different things that you could have the kitchen and she put many good use going to be a stepson tool investment. See. So I have, I had type two diabetes, so I can actually write off my crock pots and my vacuum sealers and all these things as medical expenses. Now I sleep. I sleep. Okay. Not really. But I'd like to be able to. Yeah, so think that would be welcome. Late received. Fantastic. Good stuff. I am. I'm of a mind now that if I get a chance to build another kitchen, I'm going to integrate an immersion circulating system like did the countertop. Basically an under counter taint that could be drained and filled with immersion circulator in created into it because the only hassle is setting up tearing down. Everything else about it is awesome. Yeah, I gotta tell you that Akito fest. We did seventy pounds of beef, Chuck roast over forty, eight hours in Coleman. Coolers with a hole drilled in the top and an Inova Suvi stick Nome Inova precision cooker, which is about two hundred dollars in each one of those things. We did about fourteen pounds at a time, and it was great. Stuff, cheap solution. You know, it's working well with starts to show in restaurants, like good state places. Now are holding rare medium, rare, medium stakes in immersion bikes at the correct temperature. So they don't need to serum off to serve him and they're perfect, and they're perfect. Yeah, yeah. The only thing I've noticed I've come to appreciate you know, most people like medium rare or a lot of people like medium rare, but they only like it because of that transition. And so when you do medium rare all the way through with we suveyed sometimes Choon. Rare? Yeah, for for folks, but it isn't. It's just they're not used to it. They used to the crust? Yeah. Yeah. They're used to that transition of overcooked to the center being medium rare? Yeah. And so I've done this with a rose now. It's like you just have to cook a little bit more to the people are happy with. All right. What the heck were we talking about containers and stuff? We're. We're. Between since Tokat Kokin as he could be spinoff podcast. Yeah, absolutely. It's just really cool to me how that after every iteration of these technologies we get more and more high level in more and more of this grunt work is taken away and you know, like we're talking about the next level or the next generation of container management. What is that gonna look like?.

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"seventy pounds" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"seventy pounds" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"So considering this on fresh out a substantial amount of many, especially when he saying owner, the cooler like Amazon, Alexis, and people homes on anyway. Yeah, so they are obviously kind of expensive and code and shiny though that would be pretty nice. I think I'd go full not technology software technology. I think I go for kitchen technology is actually, you know, have Stansell amount of code kitchen equipment. We wanted immersion circulator probably this is against into the shopping. Catholics would need to come out. So many cool different things that you could have the kitchen and she put many good use going to be a stepson tool investment. See. So I have, I had type two diabetes, so I can actually write off my crock pots and my vacuum sealers and all these things as medical expenses. Now I sleep. I sleep. Okay. Not really. But I'd like to be able to. Yeah, so think that would be welcome. Late received. Fantastic. Good stuff. I am. I'm of a mind now that if I get a chance to build another kitchen, I'm going to integrate an immersion circulating system like did the countertop. Basically an under counter taint that could be drained and filled with immersion circulator in created into it because the only hassle is setting up tearing down. Everything else about it is awesome. Yeah, I gotta tell you that Akito fest. We did seventy pounds of beef, Chuck roast over forty, eight hours in Coleman. Coolers with a hole drilled in the top and an Inova Suvi stick Nome Inova precision cooker, which is about two hundred dollars in each one of those things. We did about fourteen pounds at a time, and it was great. Stuff, cheap solution. You know, it's working well with starts to show in restaurants, like good state places. Now are holding rare medium, rare, medium stakes in immersion bikes at the correct temperature. So they don't need to serum off to serve him and they're perfect, and they're perfect. Yeah, yeah. The only thing I've noticed I've come to appreciate you know, most people like medium rare or a lot of people like medium rare, but they only like it because of that transition. And so when you do medium rare all the way through with we suveyed sometimes Choon. Rare? Yeah, for for folks, but it isn't. It's just they're not used to it. They used to the crust? Yeah. Yeah. They're used to that transition of overcooked to the center being medium rare? Yeah. And so I've done this with a rose now. It's like you just have to cook a little bit more to the people are happy with. All right. What the heck were we talking about containers and stuff? We're. We're. Between since Tokat Kokin as he could be spinoff podcast. Yeah, absolutely. It's just really cool to me how that after every iteration of these technologies we get more and more high level in more and more of this grunt work is taken away and you know, like we're talking about the next level or the next generation of container management. What is that gonna look like?.

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"seventy pounds" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"seventy pounds" Discussed on WWL

"He is a terrific defensive line coach so i think he's a guy that you'll get him up to snuff fast but is his ability to put the pressure on the quarterback they meet a last guy who is a six foot six hundred seventy pounds defensive for the sites right yeah you you gotta think about john maybe joe joe wasn't even that tall right and so you know you got a guy here with a lot of potential as a pass rusher and my thing is you got the two thumbs up from nielsen that guy can play and again the intel frank wilson louisiana guy you all in sky get on the phone you give him a call hey what's it all about and he gives you the lowdown on davenport he went from one hundred ninety eight pounds as a prep senior that's where he wasn't even as a basketball player track athlete he wouldn't even he's to seventy nine so receiver receiver at high school i don't think he wait even two hundred pounds i had last night saw some reading is one nine eight but nonetheless you see how big is now sixty six to seventy is he's he's that's maybe barron him to take that growth spurt man listen to many people grow that big that fast that's why you can't look at if you started junior high or even high school how you continue to develop mike i told you that story when i was fourteen in ninth grade which would be a freshman in high school was five eight hundred fifteen pounds but the bay looked like he did in ninth grade yeah mcvay was a may joe was a man in ninth grade i went from five eight two six two three years of fourteen to seventeen so yeah marcus davenport lot times these late bloomers mike you want to jump on that bandwagon it looks like the packers pick is in should have market davenport here shortly by the way saints head coach sean payton as well reality zander joey alexander the quarterback from louisville and that's a big need position we were talking about him today man he he is a really good cover cornerback he is the cockiest dude puppy would he's gonna play he is going to aggravate receivers he don't shut his mouth you.

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"seventy pounds" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

KROQ 106.7FM

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"seventy pounds" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

"Around her neck this is the seventy pound dog hops honor bike and starts bike king added there while house she gets a few mile at a lazy dog right she gets a few miles and a guy driving was like oh my god this girl need some help puts her in the truck they get to safety her house burns down horrible situation she's got a gofundme me page for natasha and bentley the tabs the fire victims she's up to twenty two thousand dollars have a thirty thousand go whole because now she needs not only new place to live put a new place to live with the dog not easy for a college student said that story number one the great news just have i mean by cut she put a seventy pump pit bull around her neck we've got on it i am with kevin though you you you hit show up to that dharal at that dog pulled use hamas skateboard kawhi guy for the whip this next story is again a sad sad story about a little boy year lauren jade smith he wrote to the oakland a's and said i love watching your as games i want to be an ace player i play at mark west little league in santa rosa i play baseball in my backyard and in my backyard they've once six world series in a row and then he goes on to list all the things that basically burned down in his house from his baseball that he had to hats that he had that type of thing well of course it went viral and spee as responded and said oh we're going to help you out whatever you need and then live stead a place where people could sends their memorabilia to him maybe you had a baseball card you could do oh that's cool yeah they weren't expecting the tampa bay race colorado rockies san diego padres boston red sox mariners diamondbacks tigers indians giants all tweeted pictures of what they're going to send to this little boy so once the he gets his life back on track and has a home he's basically gonna have the best numbered yulia collection ever so it's just it's a way of people coming together for a a nine year old who probably thought this is.

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"seventy pounds" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"seventy pounds" Discussed on Here & Now

"And it's in this he's in the state when he discovers someone wants to kill him and because he's locked up in his house there's no way to shoot him and so this hitman this very strange young women skip sins in his pit bull who he's bread to be huge this pit bull most of them about sixty seventy pounds good size male and this stall waste one hundred and thirty pounds look i'm cow of the hip hop artist and his ex wife have phenomenal battles um he has her shoe collection frozen in concrete on they compare each other's body parts two things that aren't very attractive you know a epic fight again to you ever worry about this a lot of reality in your fiction elina we you know if you read the tabloids dinner worry about um again you're you mocking part of the african american culture which is this huge lifestyle hypothesis it's more than i am i making fun of wretched excess then i am any particular culture raptors is extremely excessive in many ways and so i have no beef with with the rap world what i have a beef with is is russia that excess well another character is it one l dotson as one ill he becomes is afraid to say the watson of the story he said iqs sidekick on he's got every scheme going in the world at one point he wants to sell to high school student he comes back for one of those career days to his high school he started selling the kids this bling these heavy chains that he makes and it's what rent to blink you can rent yes you can venture own chain big enough to put a quick quicken konya's neck but that's more about wretchedness you know trying to make it a these peat lisi these people you knew.

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"seventy pounds" Discussed on Live from the Poundstone Institute

Live from the Poundstone Institute

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"seventy pounds" Discussed on Live from the Poundstone Institute

"Lowest help me give politics advice here what should she do she doesn't have a bed but you put the dog little further away or what we're my question how big the dog said german shepherd mix so she's fare bus seventy pounds oh yeah that's a good sized dog well they you know in that case the dog might be taking up precious real estate now i don't have a bed so we just use my whole bedroom floor it might be another issue anybody in your study likuala okay but this is interesting according to your research you're not just researching your judging lowest do you have that i do and what kind we had a golden retriever and a cat all right if you ever golden retriever it's got to be in the bed with you i must admit depends on the time of year winter year summer know exactly oh i said you know there's nothing like two german shepherds in the winter and i don't score with them i like my back to be against their back for two reasons one is then i know where they are and the other is it yeah it's more it's still wonka thing pat yeah i mean like cats who my i have fourteen cats lowest and go ahead go ahead but the cats don't sleep with me i used to sleep an living room floor with them and then they started peeing i mean i said forget it i think it was at its territorial thing and.

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"seventy pounds" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"seventy pounds" Discussed on KTRH

"The thing wave the ufos are actually poll thing as they move over the top of the cheddar threat i've seen it okay i free frame those pulses with a incredibly accurate vcr and i started studying the wave pattern and you're going to feed it in the documentary and i it's really hard to explain it on the air but all basically tell you it the wave patterns revealed to me that the ruc the propulsion system of these craft in the generating the inner he didn't jason system of these craft in all explain basically extremely high frequency waves bitter obviously stronger than than light our pulsating through the craft and what happens when you pull state math deal with high frequency waves of energy a canadian scientist named john hutchinson who is discussed the hutchison affect as actually doing the exact same thing he's been paul thing uh extremely high frequency waves from catholic oils in banda graf generators in really high frequency radio waved at deal in an insult object with what kind of result he actually in levity the seventy pound canon is seventy pound cannonball starts to absorb the high frequency wave and it starts to levitating he's actually it on film and and and you can feed in in the documentary when what is actually happening is everything nicola tesla basically measured the earth vibrating at between seven if fiction seven hurt or or is it seven and eight hurt the very low frequency state so matter as we know it is just energy vibrating at a very low frequency if you can change the frequency of math into a lighter frequency it actually becomes it's math is actually reducing it's become in less and less matt so with reference to gravity so what ends up happening is is ears heat when i looked at the ufos and i see these highfrequency waves pulsating do their math they're telling me how their levitating and moving aircraft hutchison proves the point by india's experiment he pulled fading a seventy pound canon ball with high frequency wave eventually the solid structure of the canon ball become so high and frequency that it it starts to defy gravity in levitating all right maybe you can answer that so many of the reports we've had dan mentioned it a little while ago are of craft that come the individual.

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"seventy pounds" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"seventy pounds" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"The the the tether tape into an incredibly goodquality dcr and we watched the poll thing wave the ufos are actually poll thing as they move over the top of the cheddar threat i've seen it okay i refrain frame those pulses with a incredibly accurate vver and i started studying the wave patterns and you're going to feed it in the documentary and it's really hard to explain it on the air but all basically tell you that the way patterns were revealed to me that the ruc the propulsion system of these craft in the generating the energy generation system of these craft in all explain basically extremely high frequency wave bitter obviously stronger than than light our pulsating through the craft and what happens when you pull state math deal with high frequency waves of energy a canadian scientist named john hutchinson who is discover of the hutchison affect as actually doing the exact same thing he's been paul thing uh extremely high frequency waves from catholic oils in banda graf generators and really high frequency radio waved at steel and an insult object with what kind of result he actually in levitt hated seventy pound canon ball the seventy pound cannonball starts to absorb the high frequency wave and it starts to levitating he's actually god it on film and and and you can feed in in the documentary what what is actually happening is everything nicola tesla basically measured the earth vibrating at between seven if fiction seven hurt that or or is it seven and eight hurt that the very low frequency state so matter as we know it is just energy vibrating at a very low frequency if you can change the frequency of math into a lighter frequent the it actually becomes it math is actually reducing its becoming less and less matt so with reference to ravi so what ends up happening is is your heat when i looked at the ufos i see these highfrequency waves pulsating through their math they're telling me how their levitating and moving aircraft hutchison proves the point by india's experiment he pulled fading uh seventy pound canon ball with high frequency wave eventually the solid structure of the canon ball become so high and frequency that it is it.

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"seventy pounds" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"seventy pounds" Discussed on WEEI

"Consider younger viewers than that younger uh crowded now that demographic in general were how will leak participation yard iq down your kids antirebel today at least from know alex rodriguez and cut with them in your cash were probably a little bit biased crash they say that your participation is actually up the guys like erin judge tonight were in home run there'd be like fish you guys 6'7 twitter seventy pounds he could be a linebacker plan football plan basketball he chose to play safe for our i i'm not pessimistic fat think a lot of other numbers i see show that diet its way down participation in youth space small uh stuff our their fairness but offered both banks of i'll give it further the thing to graham about you know young players playing baseball the other sports is you also have to remember that like if you're in an of your topic all prospect you're gonna get you're gonna make millions immediately in baseball doesn't work that way you're gonna ride buses in greenville south caroline and then you're gonna ride buses in the middle of nowhere ohio in then a year and a half two years later maybe if you're really good you'll get a shot the big leagues typically see you don't make that money instantly in baseball either you don't have that fame instantly so i'm a great athlete and i want to be a superstar right away i don't know if from playing baseball i'm i may be playing other sport if i can awesome make it there well as the whole jeff's a marja debate when he was a wide receiver notre dame he would have likely been a firstround pick in the nfl is the first round pick at believes in the mlb and he said came down to the injuries while what he's smart forwardthinking men because that's the longterm place to play baseball but if you're into shortterm thing want to be a star rai away baseball's not your say if you like vase all baseball is sara lee advancing in basketball's the hardest thing you can do i mean so basketball villagers the hardest for to advance in so yeah you have that opportunity to make a ton of money and yes you make it instantaneously by is the number of guys that naked relative to number has make baseball's infinitesimal of course it is as an in football the.

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