• News Wrap: Major storms disrupt Thanksgiving travel
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    News Wrap: Major storms disrupt Thanksgiving travel

    JUDY WOODRUFF: A major storm dumped heavy snow across the Midwest today, fouling travel on the day before Thanksgiving. As much as a foot fell in some places, delaying flights at Chicago’s O’Hare Airport, one of the nation’s busiest. A separate system slammed Oregon and California with rain, snow and high wind, and transportation officials scrambled to keep roads clear. RICH ANTHES, California Highway Patrol: We ran into some fog a little earlier, where — reduced the visibility substantially. Snow’s coming down, and it’s sticking. Caltrans is out in full force. They’re sanding. They’re plowing. They laid a brine solution down last night. We are going to try to keep…

  • Ep. 126: Carlsbad Caverns National Park | New Mexico RV travel camping
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    Ep. 126: Carlsbad Caverns National Park | New Mexico RV travel camping

    Greetings! I’m Marc Guido, and welcome back to Grand Adventure! We are boondocking in Carlsbad, New Mexico, where we’re going to visit not one, but two national parks in this episode. So stay tuned! So we’re dispersed camping in a BLM area that’s known as Fence Canyon. We’re about a mile up a dirt road right off the US highway that leads for three and a half miles right over to Carlsbad Caverns National Park. This has been a marvelous spot to camp. I do need to caution you: the road is a little rough getting up here, and it is a little steep, but with your time and patience…

  • Top 10 most corrupt cities in the United States.
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    Top 10 most corrupt cities in the United States.

    What is going on everyone? Have you ever done some shady stuff? If you’re a politician and your name’s not Jimmy Carter the answer is probably yes. Politics and corruption always have seemed to go together like peas and carrots, like movies and popcorn, like poor decision-making and Jagermeister like you get the idea political corruption isn’t just in Washington DC with the president members of Congress and senator type thing no we’ve seen police officers indicted elected city officials hauled off in handcuffs influence-peddling operations with politicians reaching all new lows that’s just in the last few years if you’re looking for signs of corruption you need to start…

  • How A Traffic Ticket Leads To Jail
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    How A Traffic Ticket Leads To Jail

    (static of walkie talkie) – [Voiceover] Officer Rickey Antoine is known around Port Arthur, Texas as the man who gave his own mother a traffic ticket. She was driving 42 miles an hour in a 30 zone out by the high school football stadium. She didn’t cook him chicken dinner for the next couple months. (slow-paced electronic music) Antoine wears sports sunglasses and drives a fuel black Dodge Charger. Cameras peer out from the top of the trunk, their lenses scanning license plates in search of drivers who haven’t paid their traffic fines. License plate recognition software is often touted as a way to catch terrorists, dangerous fugitives on the…

  • Rooster Teeth Animated Adventures – Flight of the Gungans
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    Rooster Teeth Animated Adventures – Flight of the Gungans

    Lindsay: Do you have any idea what’s happening, sir, there’s a lot of turbulence. Jeremy: Alright- everybody just calm down! Lindsay: Get… get back to your seats everybody, please! Jon: Wrong! Lindsay: Get… get back to your seats everybody, please! Lindsay: Wait, sorry. Fuuuck! (Jon and audience laughs) We’re gonna crash. Jeremy, laughing a little: Get back to your seats, please. (more laughter) Lindsay: Hold on, hold on! Hold on, we have plenty of parachutes on here- wait! I’m- I’m only seeing… … one, though, it’s in the back. Jeremy: Incredibly, we have the tendency to only bring one. Lindsay: Just in case of emergencies? One? Jeremy: Keeping one is…

  • French bulldogs wearing tutus ground a flight at Gatwick airport
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    French bulldogs wearing tutus ground a flight at Gatwick airport

    French bulldogs wearing tutus grounded a flight at Gatwick Airport yesterday.The Norwegian Air Boeing 787-900 was carrying several emotional support dogs to soothe nervous fliers on the 10-hour flight to Austin, Texas But the animals, who were being carried in holdalls, became distressed just as the flight was about to taxi to the runway for its 11am departure French bulldogs wearing tutus grounded a flight at Gatwick Airport yesterday. File photo  The animals, who were being carried in holdalls, became distressed just as the flight was about to taxi to the runway for its 11am departure After a 90 minutes spent trying to calm the pets down, the captain ordered them,…

  • Austin Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia
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    Austin Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

    Nestled deep in the heart of Texas, the state capital Austin is located along the Colorado River. This is where the ranches of the Texas Hill Country meet the prairies of the coastal plain. Austin has skyscrapers and crowds, but isn’t the biggest city in Texas and has a distinct bohemian feel. The university city attracts the young and the talented, so the population is growing fast. In a bid to keep the original laid-back and “anything goes” spirit alive, Austin’s long-term residents make a point of Keeping Austin Weird. As the self-proclaimed Live Music Capital Of The World and a place where art is all around you, Austin has…

  • Austin#01:第一次去德州 | IneS
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    Austin#01:第一次去德州 | IneS

    This is my first time recording voice with Airpods, I don’t know how it’ll sound Now I’m at the airport, finally getting to my gate I’ve been taking my time the whole day today until I’m calling an Uber to the airport Cause usually, it takes 30-40 mins from my home to JFK I was planning to leave at 4 for my flight at 6:45 it should be okay so I call my Uber at 4 i waited for 20 mins Then when I get on the car I checked on google map how long it’ll take to the airport it ended up taking me an hour The traffic was…

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    Ep. 120: Big Bend Ranch | Texas State Park RV travel camping

    Greetings friends, welcome back to Grand Adventure! I’m your host Marc Guido, and last week we brought you to Big Bend National Park in West Texas. This week we’re still camping at Maverick Ranch RV Park in Lajitas, and we’ll not only check out some of the beautiful remote property on this 27,000-acre private ranch, but we’ll also head west from our campsite to see portions of Big Bend Ranch State Park and the border town of Presidio, so stay tuned! This is our current home base of Maverick Ranch RV Park in the Chihuahuan Desert border town of the Lajitas, Texas. We provided you with a thorough tour of…