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Fresh update on "andre" discussed on One Bills Live
"Free agency? We've have some good contenders so far. This one from J. T pass rusher to get pressure on the quarterback to force more turnovers of sacks backing teams up for long, fourth downs like Steve says. Special teams wins the games. Bring back Andre Robertson Bo Jo with his booming leg and bring in a great pass rusher. We should always have great field position. Why CIA Special teams win two games. I don't know. I don't know if somebody's have you been misquoted, maybe. Um, but he does bring up an interesting 0.1. We have not really covered. Steve Andre Roberts is a free agent and Corey Bohorquez is a restricted free agent. Be lying Broke has had has get is evolving into a really good point. Got a huge layer? His inconsistency was less so this past year, no question he was He punted less than anything. Any guy. In the league. Um But he was more consistent. This was his most consistent year. When you say Yeah, and that's that's what The bugaboo was for the first two first couple of years. Um He had the best punch. I've seen in the league this last year, and it was in the thing was in the It was week 17 game against Miami. He too hopped it. Right out of there was one influence six inches outside the poor. Yeah, that was perfect line that was coughing corner. Perfect 64 yard, ponder something. And he's he has done extremely well. His leg strength is a huge plus. Um But I think also Andre Roberts. Here's the difference. Andre Roberts. His decision making as a kick returner. I think probably gives you morbidity fit. Then buy orchids on the whole, Hmm. You would make him a higher priority than you want. And I'll tell you why. Because Punters job is, you know you make a mistake. It's a bad punt. That's the mistake. I mean, certainly if you let the ball go over your head on the snapper, so do something like that. That's that goes without saying, but there is more room for catastrophic mistake. As a kick returner. Then there is a punter and Andre Roberts just doesn't make those mistakes and he always gives you a chance. I have said it a ton this last month or so since the off season started, Andre Roberts is in the lead decision maker back there, and that's you. You can't You can't overstate how important that is. The ball never hits the ground. Gets every yard that's coming to him in a return game. Um he makes the right decisions of win and how to feel the punt. And it's just It's Yeah. He's just great. I think he's a much back more valuable asset than by orchids at this point in his career because of his decision making ability Let me run this by you and you tell me what you think. Okay? Ah, as we know before kids is a restricted free agent, okay? The bills could tender him a qualifying offer, thereby maintaining right of first refusal rights should somebody else signed him to an offer sheet or a long term contract? That the bills would have an option to match. Askew. No on drafted, so there's no compensation if you don't match that. I don't think they're going to tender him at a second round level. You don't usually do that with a partner. Um Our guys in the control of showing us that punk and his partner, That's it, man. It's there was that's his perfect as you cannot do that. Backspin. That's exactly it lands with the ball mark right on the outside of the pilot sweet. It's on blessing, unduly fantastic punch. We know Over the years. The Patriots. Have Pilfered restricted free agents off of Buffaloes roster. OK, Chris Hogan. 100 at the low level. Patriots Sinem knowing that the Bills were tight against the cap that year and didn't want to pay a lot of money. They lose Chris Hogan to the Patriots, okay? It was a running back also whose name is escaping me now? What the heck was his name? The restricted free agent. Yeah, I got you and they signed him now. He didn't do much up there in New England, but again signed a long term contract when the bills were tight against the cap. Couldn't keep him. He goes up to New England and plays up there for the next two or three years, Okay? Steve Worry about work it now They have a decent partner writing from them, right. They have a decent punter, and Jake Bailey pretty good partner. But we know the Patriots have an affinity for left footed punters. And as you just pointed out, Corey Bohorquez began his career as an undrafted rookie with the New England Patriots, and the bill stole him away. When they put him on waivers. And they've had ever since. Gillislee was the running Mike Gillislee. Thank you. So My concern here is That once again Bills air tight against the camp. Okay, can't spend giant money everywhere. And my fear is They get Corey Bohorquez back, and now the bills are looking for a partner. That's my fear. Maybe I'm a little over anxious about that. But a may have seen it happen before with that team with restricted free agents, and they have money to spend as we know. Work has got a big leg on a lot of people think that's just that's the way you got to do it and he's he'll be under some demand. I don't know that the bills will be in a position not to be able to match it. I would hope that they would sign him to a two year deal. You know, Instead of messing around with this restricted free agent qualifying.
300 school girls released 4 days after mass-abduction in Nigeria
"By unidentified gunman last week. We've just made contact with a spokesman for a group known as the Coalition of Northern Groups in Nigeria. Which tries to draw attention to the problem of kidnapping in the region, not just of school Children but adults as well. Dr Mohammed Bellona Wyler from the coalition is in Bachi State in the Northeast. That's a teacher, Andre, That's a father. Not somebody from the northern part of the country that once progress and prosperity you can't help but wonder what the future off education will now be in the northern part of the country. The targets are not even only the rich people in the society. Even the low income people are now targeted on and off not being kidnapped. That was not quite many times so everyone is afraid. Is this fear off uncertainty off not knowing what will happen next One walk in tomorrow. Everyone can now tell you that cookie has had off social person have been kidnapped and you might end up being the victim and nobody knows what tomorrow my told. Was Dr Mohammed Bello. No Wyler from the coalition off northern groups in Nigeria. You're listening to the BBC World Service. I'm Razia Advance. This
Biden Seeks Help on Border From Mexican President
"Trump administration's immigration policies, he turned to Mexico on Monday to try to build a relationship with President Andres Manuel Lopez over door and the effort coming as a flood of migrants have rushed to the border. Since Biden's victory in November. The president has back to bill to give legal status in a path to citizenship to the estimated 11 million people. Living in the country illegally. United States and Mexico are stronger when we stand together. There's a long and complicated history between our nations that haven't always been perfect neighbors with one another. We have seen over and over again, the power and the purpose when we cooperate. And we're safer when we work together. Whether it's addressing the challenges of our shared border, forgetting this pandemic under control way had a Mexican president who dominated the country for 34 years. Very little time. His name was defeated. Yes, and he would say, or Mexico so far from dawn, and yet so close to the United States. I have no saved. Yeah, it's wonderful from Mexico to be close to God and not so far from the United States, Border Patrol agents are apprehending an average of more than 200 Children crossing the border without a parent per day. Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas on Monday's looking toe push back against the notion that the situation at the border is spiraling out of control. When I started 27 days ago, I learned that we did not have Thief facilities available or equipped To administer the humanitarian laws that are Congress passed years ago. Way did not have the personnel. Policies, procedures or training to administer those laws. Quite frankly, the entire system was gutted. It takes time. Build out of the depths of cruelty that the administration before us established, they need. They need to wait. It takes time. To rebuild the system from scratch. If they come if families come if single adults come to the border, we are obligated to in the service of public health, including the health of the very people who are thinking of coming. To impose the travel restrictions under the C D. C s title 42 with the authorities and return them. To Mexico and we have done that. We need individuals to wait and I will say that they will wait with a goal in mind and that is our ability to rebuild as quickly as possible. A system so that they don't have to take that the dangerous journey and we can enable them tow access humanitarian relief from their Kwan countries. Of origin. Um, do you believe that right now, there's a crisis at the border. I think that the answer is no. I think there is a challenge at the border that we are managing. Following the White House's virtual meeting with the Mexican president, the two sides released a joint statement pledging greater cooperation on addressing migration, the corona virus pandemic and climate change. The Mexican government issued a separate statement, adding the two sides also agreed to crack down on migrant trafficking. Democrats hope of including that minimum
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo under pressure in harassment probe
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Wild beat Sharks 6-2 for third win in a row
"In front chops are shot on that. I did pull out school point was also there. What tenacity from the light goes on Monday night in February, the hockey game like Dave, Michigan on Lightning radio, Andre Palat did score that tie breaking goal in the third period, sending Tampa Bay to a four to win in Carolina. While those Panthers beat the Stars 31 the wild dump the shark 62. And the flames shot out the leaves three zip d a back to you. Excellent. Thank you, baby. When we come back is Fernando tattoos to 22 years
Tuch, Fleury help Knights cruise to 3-0 win over Avalanche
"In the second period the golden knights scored all of the games goals and shut out the avalanche three nothing with the win Vegas leapfrog its way past Saint Louis to the top spot in the NHL west Alex Tuch picked up two of the night second period goals we really try to be hard to get our top guys and I think it led to a little bit of offense too and we were able to bury our chances I thought we played hard tonight we don't give any space and it worked out for us tuck scored just twenty one seconds into a power play then was credited with the goal when the puck bounced off Colorado defenseman Bowen Byram into the net Jonathan marches so made it three nothing the knights Marc Andre Fleury stopped thirty four shots Bruce Morton Denver
1 Injured in Southwest Wichita House Fire
"Is reported in critical condition after a house fire in the 3200 block of South Gordon in southwest Wichita. When firefighters arrived on the scene Sunday night, heavy flames were visible and one injured. Man was on the front porch. Firefighters version told there was another person in the House Battalion chief Matt Bowen says. We did a thorough primary and secondary search quickly. Andre. The other occupant was located at a neighbor's house, so fortunately, there's only one patient, the man on the front porch hospitalized in critical condition. A 17 year old girl died from smoke inhalation after she was unable to escape a fire in west Wichita. This in the 3000 block of Newell. Investigators say Mark Kayla Kelly was trapped inside the new place Friday afternoon by a deadbolt that required a key to open the
There is a Surge Of Coronavirus Deaths in Mexico
"New data reveal a surge of cova deaths in mexico. The country has officially confirmed more than two million cases. An almost one hundred eighty thousand deaths from the corona virus but mortality rates. Tell an even more grim tale over the past year deaths were fifty two percent higher than in previous years. According to the financial times that puts mexico's rate of excess deaths much higher than that of countries such as america and brazil assembled woman to stay lot yet earlier this month. Mexico's president andres manuel. Lopez obrador widely known as anglo said. We are living in a stellar moment. The kovic spike is far from the country's only problem poverty. Corruption and crime are all on the rise but polls indicate that two years into amyloid term. Most mexicans are willing to give him more time. Mexico's president is incredibly popular. Sir burke is our mexico bureau chief he wanted on slide in two thousand eighteen and he still has approval ratings that most other leaders would be extremely jealous off at sixty two percent as it stands and that's all in spite of what looks like a very good handling of most things most obviously at the moment the pandemic. What do you mean by that. Mexico is a terrible record for covert hospitals are full and oxygen tanks in short supply. It's done very few tests for covid. It hasn't provided very much financial support tool for people who are suffering or being asked to stay home not to work the vaccination which is one sort of bright spot potentially insofar as mexico has lined up enough vaccines to cover its population. But it's a very very slow start. That might be picking up now. But otherwise there talks of ten years to get to seventy five percent of the population being vaccinated. I'm currently this has been a problem again from the top. So i'm low has completely downplayed the importance of the pandemic. He has refused to wear a face mask apart from wants when he flew in an airplane to go to the united states and he got covid himself the stars of this year and he reappeared and everyone thought well. Maybe he'll have changed his mind after this. But he reiterated again that he wouldn't be wearing a face mask so in the face of that pandemic response on wires his popularity still so high so he had this amazing vision for mexico in eighteen. Which is why he won with a landslide. He said. I'm going to do a fourth transformation. These big bold plan to make the country fairer and more equitable ending corruption and crime. And making sure there was economic growth where the gains were fairly distributed so that poor people go rich. The reality is slightly different from the vision so far in the two and a bit years. He's been in power. He's been undoing. The reforms of previous presidents and dismantling that system throwing out the baby with the bath water you could say. And then his new initiatives mainly they seem to fail to solve the problems that they put two and then a of third element is that he's really concentrated power in the presidency and some people say that they get things done and other people think they're more evil intentions behind that well. Let's come back to the throwing the baby out with the bathwater part. What's he'd been doing. In terms of reform he abolished prosper. Which was a very sort of lauded conditional cash transfer program for the poor he also reversed education. Reform was much more meritocratic assessment of teachers. A big one at the moment is he's trying to reverse bit by bit and opening of the energy market. That happened in two thousand thirteen so it was open to private and foreign enterprises which make electricity cheaper and greener on current. Neither congress is debating a bill which would favor cfe which is state owned electricity provider. So they're actually go first into the grid. As opposed to the cheaper electric which is often green provided by private companies. This would obviously raise prices and deti energy but it could also breach the. Us mexico canada agreement. Which is the north american free trade pact to replace after another sort of big thing has been getting rid of or proposing get rid of a lot of the autonomous agencies such as the freedom of information agency all these ones keep checks on the government and what it's doing so well he's been tearing all that down. What's he been building up. Will you say his own initiatives. Don't do what they should. He's very dedicated to fiscal discipline. That's a good thing especially in a so-called left leaning president it's also become very counter productive during the pandemic. The imf is telling mexico to spend more so far it's only spent nine point seven percents of gdp on extra efforts during the pandemic and more needs to be done and some people think this is going to need to scarring that there's going to be permanent drop in output caused by loss of jobs and businesses so the recovery is going to be much much slower in mexico than elsewhere. He's also splashed out on bizarre old-economy projects such as pouring money. Pex the world's most indebted oil company. And then he's putting eight billion dollars into a refinery at the time when no other country is building refineries and it's not clear what economic return that will be from that and you mentioned the big transformative plan was in part about ending endemic corruption and crime. How's that been going. Well either jason. That was point. Four percent dip in murders last year and he proclaimed this dip as a very significant success. But that's after a rise the before and frankly during the pandemic you'd expect it to have dropped them. In in other countries across latin america that also suffer high levels of violence that has been the case he also rejected the previous government's tactic of killing and capturing crime kingpins because led to a splintering of gangs. And you might be worth rejecting that. But there's no alternative puts in place. So i think his vision is that you alleviate poverty and crime goes down. That might happen in the long term but it does nothing to sort out the short term problem the problem of the current chapel as opposed to the ones who are still only three years old on corruption. As you could say he's set a good example so has been good political rhetoric. The stiffer penalties on bribe-taking for bureaucrats. But he's unless strengthen the institutions to carry that ford again it's more rhetoric than actual institutional change or heft. The national anticorruption prosecutors overwhelmed with cases and one government agency suggests that the number of acts of corruption actually rose by nineteen percent between two thousand seventeen and two thousand nineteen. It is as you say not a big list of happy news here. I mean when will that's ring down to the electorate. I mean how long we'll mexicans continue to support him for his failures because he really has persuaded a lot of people that he's like them and cares about the he's very popular because of who he is and his message rather than necessarily what he does. The opposition is seen as corrupt on what came before him was horrifically corrupt. And so he's seen the best of a bad bunch by a loss of people. But you know here's a classic populace and a lot of elite azam Against him they see him as a mexican version of hugo chavez. Which i think is a little bit of an exaggeration. But there's this big divides on the mix of policy failure. I'm power grabbing is is worrying.
"andre" Discussed on Off The Mound with Ryan Dempster
"Optimum with ryan dempster podcasts presented by sloan. I'm your host ryan dempster. And today i'm joined by the hawk himself. Yeah the man. This guy. Absolute stud former cub andre dawson. But i i've got to tell you about sloan's no touch hand washing technology it state of the art folk second to none and couldn't come at a better time so we want to thank them for providing that technology the people out there so we can wash our hands and stay safe well. He's the godfather. I don't know if there's anybody is respected as this man right here. Maybe it's because eric chow. Hit him in the face and he popped up and went looking for him but he did great things on the north side of chicago. One thousand nine hundred seven. Nl mvp. he's a stud twenty one years in the show. Let's get down to it and go off the mound with andre dawson hawk. How are you doing doing very well. Thanks for asking. I here in south florida at home and just you know taking it. Easy kind of look waiting looking forward to getting back into the gym. Something i haven't done in almost a year now but You know because of circumstances. And not i've been bashing feel a little bit more comfortable so long and all that i held up pretty well and i'm doing pretty good thank you. That's awesome and that must be tough. Because i know you when i was around you down in florida with the marlins every day. You're in the gym and to not go to the gym for almost a year. I mean that's that's had to be tough for you. Well you know that was probably the athletic side of me. Something that you you just can't let go and i was tough However i did have a bike here. Stationary bike that. I would ride at home. I did a lot of pushups. Sit ups but i didn't prevent the covert however much i put on From abandoned challenge. I do In a sense say that you know that. That's something that i really look forward to and i'm excited about getting by to doing some things in the gym that i normally do i. I'll never forget that there was. We are working out in the weight room one day and you said to me he said on ride the bike every day from my however many years old is how many minutes i'm gonna ride on the bike that day. Are you still doing that..
Nets hold on to edge Clippers, win season-best 6th in a row
"And that's held off a furious fourth quarter rally to edge the clippers won twelve to want to wait for their sixth straight win LA storm back from fifteen down to tie the game but D. Andre Jordan made the go ahead basket with eleven seconds left and James harden hit two free throws harden finished the night with thirty seven points curry Irving scored twenty eight as Brooklyn completes a five in a west coast road trip the clippers got thirty four points from Paul George and twenty nine by Kawhi Leonard mark Myers Los Angeles
Fawn Weaver: A Woman's Self-Made Journey
"My father when he was alive, But I'd still tease my mother that we were his their pastors, guinea pigs and so so pretty much because they came from being in the entertainment industry with wild parties and sex and drugs and rock and roll and all the rest of that stuff, And then you come into this Southern Baptist. Type of situation like out of all of the denominations to choose they chose Southern Baptists. By absolutely would not listen to anybody, Thea, unless unless you could actually make the argument to me as to why what you are saying is correct Or why what you are saying I should do? I would not do it. And so I had authoritative parents. Who said what? You should do it because I said to doing Oh, yes. Oh, that's not gonna work for me. I'm going to need you to tell me the thinking behind why you're telling me to do What you're doing. So needless to say, I bumped heads with my parents more than a little bit and it really came to a head when I was 15 years old and I left home and I left home and I moved in with some folks that were in the projects an area in what's called Jordan Downs, so They're sort of two projects. Main projects. One was home of the Grape Street Crips, which is where I was, and then across the way was Nickerson Gardens, home of the Bounty hunter bloods. And so I at 15 years old move into this environment, not really knowing anything about it on Lee knowing that these kids at high school they had parents that let them do whatever they wanted. And I wanted freedom. I wanted to make my own decision. So I move into the hood and realize very quickly Number one. The hood has ah lot of cockroaches. I had never seen those before. But the second thing was, I realized very quickly. How I did not fit in. And I did not fit in it for a couple of reasons, one of which my my grandmother is from Germany. My grandfather was fighting in World War two and he was stationed in Germany. My grandmother is a blond hair, blue eye woman growing up under Hitler's regime who does not see things the way that Hitler saw them, obviously, because she fell in love with my grandfather. She couldn't speak English. He couldn't speak German. And the entire time they were alive. Neither one of them could explain how in the world they got together when neither one spoke the other's language. And so they got married. They had my mother and my mother is very fair skin as as a result of that relationship, So then I am not fair skin, but I've got, you know, bright green eyes and light colored hair. Andre. And so when I moved into Jordan Downs, I didn't realize I look different. But I was at a concert at in the projects one day and literally the guy from stage. He's rapping and I'm enjoying And he looked me dead in the eyes with all these people around, and he says, we have a half breed in the house. I didn't even know what a half breed wasps and I'm looking around and everyone's looking at me. And it was a very pivotal moment for me because I realized, OK, I don't I don't fit in, and I did not realize I didn't fit in. So I'm in an environment where I'm surrounded by African Americans, but realized they didn't see me. As fully African American, and that was an interesting lesson. So I go from there and I go and I stay with another person who I had met through school similar situation. And then she had a abusive boyfriend who came over with a knife one day so that didn't work out. And so I moved at the age of 17 almost about to be 18 and to a home called Children of the night, But I didn't fit in there, either, because Children of the night a specifically a homeless shelter for people who were prostitutes and people have been trafficked and things of that nature. And so I'm in this environment because it's the only place that had a bed for me. And rather than go back home, where I would, you know, go toe to toe with my parents. I really wanted to set out on the life of my own. So I made that decision. But Children of the night when you turn 18, you must move. And so a soon as I turned 18, I moved to a place called Covenant House, which is an amazing organization for kids who are 18 and older who find themselves homeless. For whatever reason, there's no judgment, so we're all in this. This location, Covenant house and they had a program where it's set up where you go out every day, and you look for a job. And you come back. And if you get a job, they hold your money for you. Basically in a savings account to allow you to say for your own place, which I absolutely loved. There were two things that I discovered. While being at Covenant House number one that the current theme of I didn't sit in, and I did not seem to be the same as the people around me. And I learned that on my first day of being there, we all had to go out and look for jobs. And so we all went out. We look for jobs. We came back and we sat around this sort of campfire and this I mean, this is not a small organization. This is over 100. Kids that are, you know, 18 to. I'd say early twenties were all sitting around at least 100 of us and everyone is talking about their challenges. Of getting a job that day and how they were able to get a job that day, and I literally sat silent and the reason I sat silent as I went out to get a job, and I came back with four and The second thing that I discovered is in my relationship with money. I didn't care about it other than to have the ability to have to be able to be free and to have my own place and things of that nature, so I saved up money. Very quickly and was able to move out because every day I went to multiple jobs, and I saved my money and I went out. I was able to get my own place and to begin Living my own life. But that was my road through my teenage through my teenage years, and then I started my own company. After saving money and working multiple jobs rather than going and working for someone else I realized so far I have not been like everyone else. I've been a leader and every single situation I've been in since I was a kid. I think this is the way I'm wired. And so I started a PR And special events firm and not surprising because of the circles that I was in that when I did special events. There was usually some type of celebrity involved in it. And so in that regard I definitely had a a head start. In that I also beat my office was actually my father's office in Pasadena. He wasn't using it, and it was just sort of a vacant office. I said, Hey, I'm going to start a business. You're not using this office. Can I can I take it over for my own company? And so that is that is what I did, and that's how I began. I was quite young. And like most young people, you don't know what you're doing. And so you're going to fail a few times before you actually get it right. And that instant I hired I think I think I 10 people working for me before I was like 20 just absolutely absurd. And so I've I've learned how to do things better to say the least, leaving home so early and to really fend for myself. It gave me a I think it underscored the confidence that I already had. And I don't think that that would have happened if I had gone the normal route of staying at home until I was 18 or 17 and going to college and four years in college and And going that path. I don't think that the way that I look at life my optimism in looking at everything and saying no matter how difficult things are, they can absolutely get better and they will get better. And I know this because I've been there and so having that background I think allows me to be My husband refers to me or when he's describing to me to other people, he'll He'll refer to me as unflappable, and I think that that comes from that upbringing and everything that I saw once I left home.
OA466: Opening Arguments Blocked in Australia?!
"Legal advice from a podcast. Hello welcome opening arguments. This is episode. Four hundred and sixty six. I'm thomas that's andrew how you doing. I am fantastic thomas. How're you well. I'm so controversial that i've been banned in the whole continent. Yeah actually that is right. The the australian court justices have Yeah decided to restrict access to opening arguments. We're gonna tell you why. I thought it was just me l. Thank god okay. I tribunal with like the laser handcuffs and the like we sentence you to the phantom zone shears relief though if it's just our show and shit right well before we get to it. cheese our hearts go out to the people of texas. Who are. i can't even. I don't even know that we know how bad it is yet fully because it seems like so much is offline that i'm really scared that it's going to be even far worse than we know right now. Yeah i think that's right. We have ton of listeners and friends and you know our very own theresa gomez lots of people who are in texas who are suffering through This this you know every year once in a century ice storm and my joke from last night. But that's i love it so you and i have are looking into ways that. Oa can help one of the things. That ashley put together that. I'm going to include in the show. Notes is a list of resources and links for folks in texas. A again may not have have but yeah but if you have spotty or intermittent access and and you can get that so or you know if your family members who are elsewhere. I'm going to run down them. Really really quickly I be just a shout out. Jose andres who's like i could. He could he just be overlord of he. He has overlord of her. Yeah ed and his restaurants are amazing. i've been to. I think all the ones that i could get to. So yeah andrea and world central kitchen or down in texas Given out free food if you are without heat. There are warming shelters throughout the state. You can call two one one on your phone. If you have a medical device that requires power you can call nine one one and I've got a list of the warming. Centers that'll be in the show notes there are. I'm gonna include a an article. Ashley pulled from the texas tribune which is The ways that i it compiles bunch of different ways in which You can get help during the storm and then there are to live. Docs one is by the texas civil rights project and if you are in or about the houston area. This is alive dock with resources on open restaurants grocery stores gas stations hotels
Belarus Court Sentences Journalists to 2 Years in Prison
"Has sentenced to journalists who were arrested for live streaming protests of the country's president, Alexander Lukashenko. Charles Maynes. Reports each will spend two years in prison cat Serena Andre of A and R E. A chilled Sova. Both young Belarussian journalists with the Poland based Bell SAT news channel were detained last November. Authorities accused the journalist of coordinating protesters as they live stream coverage of a demonstration against violence by the security forces of Lukashenka more than 30,000 people and dozens of journalists have been arrested in a violent crackdown on protests against Lukashenko's rule following a contested presidential election last August. Lukashenko claims he won a landslide victory to six straight term in office, while his opponents and Western nations argued the vote was rigged to extend Lukashenko's more than quarter century hold on power. NPR
Panel agrees: Racial equity in Washington DC requires more work
"Government and business leaders recently took part in a panel discussion about improving racial equity in the biz. Drinks during an event hosted by the deputy mayor for planning and economic developments. Panelists like Corey Griffin, with the Greater Washington Black Chamber of Commerce, laid out the continued objective, bringing the black business community together to help facilitate engagement with each other and with other opportunities in the private sector and in the government sector. Others like Dr Andre Perry, senior fellow the Brookings Institution brought up matters like better ways to invest specifically. And the utilities and tech industries targeted to businesses that will employ more people that will serve government and private industry. Griffin Notes. Eight out of 10 Black businesses fail within 18 months Ken Duffy
Detroit Pistons will sit Blake Griffin while team considers trade, buyout
"Watson routes give espn dot com has reported that not only. Is andre drummond. Kind of getting shut down for this whole trade talk discussion but also his former detroit. Pistons teammate blake griffin. It sounds like we'll be held out of the lineup. Until they can sort of figure out what his next move is is there a trade available for blake griffin or does this have to be a very extensive buyout situation where you know blazing to give some money out to get his freedom to go play for a good team. How do you resolve. This blake griffin situation. And why are they going to shut him down. I mean he's been very rough. So far this season i think a lot of people have noticed that he hasn't had a single dunk all year. Which just seems incomprehensible for the player. He was earlier in his career. He's basically a three point line. Two three point line Shooter at this point if you wanna put it that way in terms of his impact Is there a way out for detroit. Here or what are they doing man the blake griffin situation is is pretty rough Yeah he just hasn't had a very good season not moving. While he's only thirty one which is like hard to believe. Honestly i you just look at them and you think that. He's like in his late thirties. Ve how long he's been in our like our collective conscience and how great he used to be You would like to think that he could have an impact a positive impact on a championship contender. I don't know if that's possible anymore. Especially when he's not hitting the three ball and he's not hitting the three ball even though he takes a bunch of them so i don't know man like it will be. It'll be really interesting if they do. Waive him even though like. I don't have the limit. I'm trying to find the contract numbers. I know he's still oh quite a bit of money. So that's gonna be really interested this year. It's thirty six point five next year. He's got a player option for thirty eight point nine. Oh so you're not gonna get anything close to that this summer. So the buyouts to have to kind of reflect that if they did kind of pursue that direction mean maybe. They're just trying to hope that they can construct a trade to dump him onto someone else's someone else eats that money next year. I don't know how you really get out of that. I mean it could be a situation where they've just decided look man like your body's not they're just take some time and hope that you can kind of get into a better spot but mean it does kind of look unsalvageable for him at this point you know and i hate to say that because there were times for derrick rose where looked unsalvageable to and he's come back to make himself like a valuable role player in certain situation You know is there. A role for a blake griffin lake career bench renaissance where he follows the carmelo anthony model right and he's only play in like sixteen minutes a game and he gives you good sixteen eighteen minutes and that's it Could that be like a second chapter for him. I don't know. But i think this idea of him as fulltime starter. Impact guy or major contributor is is basically done.
Pacioretty's goal, Fleury's saves lead Vegas to 1-0 win
"Max Pacioretty second period goal stood up as Marc Andre Fleury made thirty saves in the golden knights won nothing victory over the avalanche flurry has allowed two or fewer goals in seven of his eight starts this season he improved to twelve five into lifetime against the avalanche everybody thought a hard and and grind Anstruther games around get a call from Patchell is nice and and and to get that one not the Vegas move to five one or no since returning from a pause to recall the nineteen protocols and leapfrog the blues to reclaim first place in the west division Colorado played for the first time in nearly two weeks after it schedule was paused due to a coronavirus protocols I'm Dave Ferrie
Golden Knights' 3 PP goals spoil Sharks home debut, 3-1
"The golden knights scored three times on the power play this poorly sharks home debut with a three to one win the knights got goals from Jonathan Marchessault mark stone and Chandler Stephenson Marc Andre Fleury was solid in the biggest net making twenty four saves and drawing praise from coach Peter de Boer defensively I thought we were good tonight I thought you know we we kept them away from the front of the net flower made a couple big saves when he needed to be cleaned up a lot of rebounds around our net Tomas Hertl netted the only sharks goal due to culvert nineteen restrictions San Jose was forced to begin the season with twelve straight road games I'm mark Myers
How COVID-19 has forced cancer patients and medics to juggle deadly trade-off
"Covid nineteen has affected cancer care in all countries rich and poor. Say what should the advice be to cancer patients who still need diagnosing treatment and potentially a coronavirus vaccine to to get some answers and to highlight how health authorities have been ensuring continuity of care. I've been speaking to dr andre bowie from the world health organizations department of noncommunicable diseases in geneva the impact of covid on cancer care profound because it has impacted all dimensions of cancer control from diagnosis to survivorship care and in that regard it has been a high impact and unfortunately very challenging time for the most vulnerable cancer patient seven this is worldwide as it in rich and poor countries. This impact in both high income countries and in some countries is that the case that health authorities have scaled back their cancer care after reports that covid nineteen outcomes are significantly worse among patients with cancer. Most governments are avoiding this concept of. Let's reduce cancer care because we know cancer is a time sensitive disease if we in fact delay cancer care either because of a government order or because of patient choice or because of the situation in team the consequences can be detrimental and for this reason. We've seen governments spun favorably to the extent that they are encouraging cancer patients to pursue care right. So let's put ourselves in a patient shoes a cancer patients shoes so they should carry on going to the hospital even though they might have heard somewhere that if they catch kobe they have a greater chance of being at risk. Is that right. That is the first starting point. As you rightly point out is the understanding bed. Some cancer patients are at higher risk for covid related disability or death if they can track the virus but because it has to do with immunosuppression the exact mechanism for which the viruses causing this increased risk of death for the cancer population. We are still trying to understand from disease perspective but one of the primary drivers is weakened immune system and the likelihood that the virus will take a greater hold spread more rapidly within the body and by extend to cause greater damage. That is the hypothesis but we are also trying to understand which cancer patients are at greatest risk is not all cancer. Patients are experiencing you potential harm of covid and cancer to the same extent. For example you've noted at some cancer patients that have what we call blood cancers or human to logic cancers are those that are experiencing grizz as compared to solid or the oregon based cancers like breast colorectal that may be lower risk but the exact likelihood that each cancer type incurs greater risk is something that again. We don't have a clear understanding because the data are still not well available for us to understand who is at greatest risk. The general message though is we know as a general group that cancer patients are experiencing greater disability and death from covid and because of this there is a tradeoff at many cancer. Patients are making sometimes in isolation but importantly in discussion with their healthcare provider. Understand what is it the right course of action for treatment.
interview With Chef Andre Rush
"Thanks a lot for joining me. Pleasure to be here all right and incredibly honored the cheer joining me here today. Not only do. I admire what you represent all your accomplishments but you know the way you represent the military and serve the charities that benefit the military families. Thank you for that. Thank you for your service. Thank you a. really appreciate that. All right we're talking about a lot of stuff but first of all want to get it out of the way. How the heck did you get so big so big. Yeah your arms eating heat a lot. Well the twice as much as i do. i've always been in health and fitness. Mind tire life Soon as i could walk. my dad. put me to work From mississippi small town. I when i work i mean hard work. Not too little work You know lifting. He deconstructed for fifty years So it was kind of like that that giving to go into stuff. My dad told me a car and put it over there. I wouldn't do that when no questions wasn't about. I can't there's no. I cannot in my vocabulary well okay. So how was your childhood one childhood. I mean it was a extremely uh. I guess it was the best time as the worst time. Kind of like the military can elect life in a lot of perspectives I was I was different because my my mother taught me to neighboring part of of of who i am. That's why i give back so much. My dad taught me the hard work aspect of life. I mean when. I say hard work. It was a lot of times where i had to work in other kids went out and played. You know even with is football and track and and working out. I had to go and work so in the beginning. It was kind of like okay. You know. I wanna be a kid now look back at. I'm extremely grateful for the way i was raised. I i love it. Because i can give back to so more people with that That aspect of course so. Your dad instilled that disciplined in to. You accord really early age. What did he do. He did constructed for fifty years. When i say fifty years he retired after fifty years construction and that was when we didn't have the big machines or i mean some he would. I can put people to shame right. Now what i do. He would put me to shame when i do. Oh he's a big guy. He was a big guy. I mean endurance part of it. So that's kind of like all those things. I wanna be that guy who could run a for this jump. The highest lift moles not in a competitive way. Just my way. Yeah you have brothers and sisters. I do five sisters when colonel who's an air force My brother was Officer in the navy as will neither one was a merchant marine mouth sisters Educators teaching blind how to read and depth in life and in another one was a psychiatrist and social worker. You find yourself competing with them a lot. No then have to a has did alone. I mean it wasn't never competition. My my youngest sister in a huge gap between me my younger sister and then the rest of the family which was eight of us Maybe like thirteen years. So when i was a kid they were already going into thinking about what their next career is going to be a right. So what drives you. What drives me. Today people people inspiration motivational intestinal fortitude selfless service self motivation. I mean i have so many things that drive me that even i didn't know i knew they dan but not in the way that i do now that i can lynn an ear or voice or hand or some type of support I tell people all the time that you know. I positively hundred percent negatively Feet opened a thousand times more. Because there's always going to be more negative in the world and people say no. My circle is just positive small. And i say that's not true is because you're going to have the quote side. You're gonna have to talk to someone who's going to get under you and then you're gonna lose it. I i i have that passion where understood myself and ahead to realize that there's going be native so i need to figure out how i'm going to utilize it to my advantage now. Yeah you know you're you'd live such a life of service where you always kind of the value driven kid or or did was an event that happened earlier in life and led you to that No i was always said that type away because my mother likes my mother and my dad was excuse me that was low harder. My mother was a type of person who i was. A kid would bring the homeless off the street in table and feed them. And and i used to know person. Who's dressed like this coming in. You know everybody else's shunning them away and she said me and my sisters down family down and say hey this is a person or they have xyz and from there. It just opened my eyes. And instantly i. I changed looked at their situations and x. Why why not in. And of course. I was always putting immune the military when i put him this thrown into leadership roles so i had to learn how to adapt and luckily because of my background of where i was raised and it was a small time. Zippy believe me only a few people to go out and see so many different Religions and ethene and just a whole smorgasbord and rainbow of different cultures was just kinda fascinating to me and i wanted to understand each and every one
Sister Andre, 117-Year-Old French Nun, Knocks Down Covid-19
"Sister Andre turned 117. Today after surviving covert 19 with hardly any symptoms. The sister who is blind, now celebrated with a prayer and her favorite dessert. Baked Alaska at her retirement home in southern France. Sister Andree also survived the great flu pandemic a century ago. She is believed to be the world's second oldest person, Bless her heart.
"andre" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard
"Andre winds up facing bam bam bigelow feats them with a very safe double under hook suplex. He has his victory back over whole because hawks been counted out and backstage heinous calling for a rematch. Between hogan and andrei was the whole moment. Where ventura thought that andre won the match at wrestlemania. Three was that plan going in to create some controversy to keep it going or was it just a happy accident that then you use to build survivor series forward. I hope it was planned. You know. I remember watching it. Live was at someone's house in when joey hit the map for the certain Holy shit they just switched the title. I bought hook line and sinker and to me. It was three count. It really looked like a three. So i hope to god that they planned all of that. That was all laid out. I wanna believe it well. We've talked a ton about it. We know what's coming in early. Eighty eight the greatest wrestling angle. Ever the double hefner deal. The evil referee Or course andres right in the middle of all that for like. We've talked about that here. A hundred tom. But the pairing of ted biasio and andre. The giant just made sense. Because for all the heat that bobby heenan could get. You weren't gonna use them in a match and now we've got some Limitations with andrea physically head db osce can help fill the gap for some of that right. Well yeah it was. This was for debbie aussie more so than it was for andrei and it was kinda of annoying diaz as that top heel. Because you already had. Hogan and andrei built is a personal issue. There was nothing more to do that would mean any more than the championship. It was so beyond the championship at this point that you didn't need that in the story and you could use that the championship story with db aussie and then spin it off into savage so to me that just made sense mean gene told the story wants about how much andrei didn't like working with the nbc folks. He says once dick ebersol is giving all these instructions. Do this don't do that. Andre gets frustrated says fuck you and walked right past him straight to the ring just the way he always did and the way he wanted to and mean. Gene says violated aerosols authority as the executive producer of the show. It wasn't a rib. He just didn't like the guy he recognized the authority. He just didn't want to do it and if he didn't wanna do it he just wouldn't do it. You can talk to pat patterson or any other agents of he felt. It was a bad idea. He'd find a way to slip around it. Is you ever experienced that not liking working with. Nbc andre did likely be told what to do that. That's for sure. I did know that. Andrei least from all the times. That i worked with paul and andre andre never saw had a great relationship But i could see you whether it was me or ever saw or vents or pat or anybody else. If honor didn't wanna do it. Audrey wasn't gonna do innate and he would move on There may have been an isolated incident with ever saw. But i never witnessed any kind of animosity at all with andrei never saw. I just want to put this in perspective that episode of main event as a fifth point fifteen point two rating. But these days we talk about the number of viewers thirty three million people saw it put then perspective. The nba finals. That year had twenty one point seven million viewers and the world series thirty four point five unbelievably this story. Line is now the biggest thing wrestling's ever done right absolutely and people still go back to hogan andre. I think you know it was inevitable. Both talent had been built up to be just. You couldn't on that mountain. So easy andres all over the show making appearances at ringside and helping diaz. Of course eventually. He has the match haul. But that's not what anybody remembers about wrestlemainia four. They remember the celebrity guests. Interviewer bob euchre and andre the giant. Doing the old The choking deal and bob selling it so wonderfully were you producing that. Did you know immediately. Holy shit this is fucking magic. That was that was actually produced by dick ebersol really yeah and dictate. That shot knows. Stand right up right off. As he was doing was absolutely fabulous why would he be producing a wrestlemainia. He was just friends with anson. Enjoyed the work because dick would come in. Yeah dick would help us out on wrestlemanias from time to time. Dick was air for wrestlemainia. Got two three four air for yet. Five shedding baby for six. I don't think he was there for seven. But after wrestlemainia he goes to europe for a tour and he comes back and has a feud with jim duggan eventually works match with bam bam bigelow at the garden and ball accounts he beat the shit out of bam bam this match and it's been said and even bigalow acknowledged he had a really bad attitude at the time and this ass from andrei believe it or not help bring some perspective fix his attitude. Real quick Do you remember. Hearing about andrei. Sorta keeping the gazan line like this. Absolutely in ma'am did have shitty attitude that i'm gonna thought that he was the second coming and andrei put him in his place pretty quickly during this time it was a way of just keeping keeping him in check. I remember the stuff with duggan where we did the englewood dug in andrea. If you go back and look at original footage you see. Very young. Bruce richard down ringside getting my head taken off by andrea summerslam. Eighty eight. You touched on earlier. With jesse ventura as the special guest referee does huge business. It sold out. Four hundred thousand buys on pay per view. It's also his last major main event for a wwf. Show still gonna have some other matches but not in the main event but up to this point man. So many i guess. Really pay per view had been built around hogan andre and i'm not saying the company i just mean in the pay per view industry between wrestlemainia three and four the survivor series which was created the royal rumble and in the february fifth. Main event on nbc. And now summer slam here. The very first one the driving force behind all of big shows was the hogan andre feud i know these days people talk about the most important feud of all time is austin versus. Mr mcmahon but really. That's sort of chapter to chapter one andrei. Not in the infancy of pay per view. The pay per view industry would tell you that wrestlemainia in and of itself and wwe was what built the pay per view industry in live event wise and special events. And in that when you look at what those attractions were the answer's yes hogan andre. Without a doubt. It's been written that. Nine hundred ninety eight was probably andres biggest year financially. Does that make sense to you. You know having the movie come out and late. Eighty seven you wrestlemainia. Three even eighty seven but here in eighty eight. I guess perhaps with all the different new pay per views that you're doing summer slam survivor series wrestlemainia rich here. You think all things considered i would imagine. Eighty seven hundred eighty eight. We'll probably entrees shares. It's pretty remarkable to think that happened by the way when he's just forty two years old he's been wrestling for twenty two years. I think a lot of people. Think of emanate as being sort of older is only forty. Two are forced late. Eighty eight. He's going to be working with jake the snake and well you know the you know the deal. You know what he did the rest of his career. We've touched on a lot of its today. We bounced around quite a bit but big john's died winning the royal rumble. Two just referee match at wrestlemania. I don't know that always tickled me. Feels like a rib from andrea. Even though andre didn't make those decisions but we just know that for whatever reason. Big johnston and andre the giant just did not get along right. No it wasn't read was way to build stunned. Bill them slowly. And keep him away from andrei to get to your natural Stun andrei robbery after that. But andre one crazy about getting at things started and it was shortly thereafter that yet really grumpy giant. That made stud just say you know what fuck this.
"andre" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard
"Nwa united states. Tag team champions and andre dusty. Make it to the finals against stan hansen ernie lab andrea industy win the match and the title. But of course. He's not here for long because he's gonna make other trips But still it's a big deal to have these two major attractions together saw. Cya drew and it was a good idea. You mentioned earlier. You could see why. Andre would show up at clash of the champions because dusty. Talk them into it. What was their relationship life outside of work. Andre industy you've got a self professed redneck who likes to hunt and fish and things like that and then you got a guy who plays a frenchman. He'd probably not into the same thing but for whatever reason they just got along great right. Yeah but andrei was Definitely audrey loved the outdoors. He had his had his farmers ranch there. North carolina and everything and andre loved to love to go out outdoors and See big longhorn cattle and shit right around on his four wheeler so they they did enjoy it and i think dusty just dusty while something that i'm really enjoyed you know you could listen to listen to the greens billion if you will anybody. Maybe maybe can't understand me. Frenchman new lifting. I can't understand your mumbling needles. Sit him talk like this. Back and forth raw rye. All right. we'll get fully among bullshit. Lay down known. What any way. Talk to me about another person that he didn't get along with blackjack. Mulligan apparently why jack was one of the guys who did challenge andrei and it happened more than once Once they got into it when they were playing cribbage at manny fernandez is home. Everyone's drunk andrea in mulligan. Getting an argument while again punches. Andrei and i started brawl. Nobody knows who won or how to even really ended but it cost eighteen hundred dollars to fix all the damage and it's not the time happened They got in a fight in a hotel apparently went right through the wall in this hotel into the next room which was occupied but the most notorious brawl based on all counts happened at virginia. Beach there on the beach and mulligans decides a Murdoch watch me here. I think goes over and sucker punches. The giant andre gets up grabs. Both guys by their shirts drags him to the beach. Each threatening to drown them Flares here and wants no part of that shit. And eventually everybody's fine and they start drinking again but this felt like Almost a comedic situation where every now and again like jack. We'll get some of that firewater in him and decide. I'm going to go punch that motherfucker. He so bad will baba jack with a little bit crazy if you will. He kind a few too many of them bills. That's that's the thing with iraq by the jag they would. They will sit there. They drink bills ga down quickly. That could do while. The dream just sat back drink just as is gonna take me twice as long that went into libya mall Yeah man Blackjack definitely can have wild streak in him and his is. Legend goes trump john couple times but Came out on the shorter end of the stick and just I don't know man. I don't know maybe in his much later years but when andrei was andre in his prime. I don't know that there would be anybody that could touch him. There's a lot of Famous opponents and famous feuds and all that but we talk about here today. But if you're gonna talk about under the john you gotta talk about hulk hogan and everybody always goes back to wrestlemania three but back in seventy seven and a high school gymnasium gainesville florida. Oh cogan stepped in the ring with andre the giant for the first time it was a battle. Royal hogan's working as the super destroyer. Andre won the battle royal as you might imagine but three years later they take these master new york on a much bigger scale. Now hogan's managed by freddie blassie and he's billed as a a muscle monster with a big ego and their first singles match and the f. is how show in binghamton new york march twenty eighth nineteen eighty eight days later. They're in baltimore in front of a crowd of ten thousand plus and during that summer. May and june. Vince book hogan in japan. And he would i team with andrea alongside dusty rhodes in a six man process. What that must looked like andrei hogan industy all on the same team. That sounds like a video game dude. Anthony the biggest stars at the time about it in nineteen eighty unbelievable. Yes of course what hogan andre return. They're putting together a a match at the big shea stadium. Show the big main of in of course going to be bruno versus larry's the bisco. But they do put hogan andre on here in hogan's slams entree that's a big deal of course but the few continues and and we've got our sights set on what's going to be a big attraction for years to come. When did you first see hogan andre. I mean i know. The narrative was always all wrestlemania. Three for the first time ever But that was a little bit of showmanship. It had happened here even within the wbf many times. When did you first see that. You were call madison square garden. That's about the time you know. Cable was taken off and people had the madison square garden network on their cable systems. And you can watch the live madison square garden show. That was the first time i saw. How do you think you know we don't talk about this a lot. But how much different would wrestling have been had. Vince senior not had a falling out with hogan about the rocky movie. Well you know. I really don't know Because.
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"Talked about Joshua andre is legendary if he started ten to twenty years later. I sort of a fun of fantasy book. We've often talked about gaza ahead of their time. Do you think andre was right place right time if he came along later. What you've been as big of a deal. I do think. Andre definitely would have been as big of a deal if he came along later. Maybe even bigger It because you would have gotten the athletic. The more athletic and really mobile andre the giant then during a time where the visibility. So yeah i think andre would have been just as big if not bigger stories from jr spires lots of stories about people being stiffen. The ring or andre beings different. The ring with people like studying savage. Was there anyone ever brave enough to disrespect the boss. If so what was the outcome. They've told the undertow not the ultimate undertaker but the ultimate warrior story where he just May put his fist out. And all the sudden he he's slowed down a little bit any other stories like that with you. Know there is funny john. Laura is was telling the story the other day about. The first time that he worked with andre in japan was in a tag team match with andre. The giant baba against johnny ace and stan hansen enhance told the johnny soon as you get in there. Nasa's you're going to start with bob. Start with bob tie with bob. Megan and then when he goes push bob off turn around is andrea will be in corean chop the shit out of andrei and Heels and then go back well they get in the ring and baba starts and in johnny go and johnny off baba turns around andres right there and chops the living shit out of andrei johnny turns around and baba's laughing his ass off and andrei just puts his hand out to tag drag me in and johnny runs over to the other side. The fuck in Hanson to tag hanson and hanson's on the floor. Laughing his ass. Aw hand.
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"And they did call and he ordered forty drinks than ask for the ice on the side and it was andrei Pat binns may have been there. I was there. Arnold sculling maybe one or two others but i had been drinking with them all my and and Then it came time to go. I'm ready to go roll way. Got more forty. You know. And i don't know who drank them all because i'd i about tapped out a begged for mercy and he wasn't real happy with that but he let me go. You got to live. Yeah you know those kind of like Father being disappointed in their son. The gab. Done with you now type shit. Jason wants to know. There's a long standing rumor that andrei if healthier at the time was supposed to win the ninety one royal rumble may truth to that john says was there. Anyone who was truly afraid of andrei. We know there were people who didn't like working with him but was there anyone who completely stayed clear of him. Yeah there there were few people. I don't think that andre really liked the rockers. They tried to stay clear of him You know. I think jake stayed clear oven. Just in general but there were there. Were a few that you just didn't want to be you know. Didn't want to be anywhere near a michael elmer But you you know. I always had a go in and you paid your respect. She said hello. The boss move on with your shit shannon says who had the idea for andrea to be afraid of snakes and did he have any issues when it came to dealing with damien. No not at all I wanna say that was probably the events or at the time that came up with it Because you're you look at everything that you have with andrei and what can be something that can be that achilles heel for andrei and if he had if he's afraid of something we could use that. Then that could work for andre iran. Heart of the people says there. Anything that mr mcmahon of the company would request of any or hotel. The due to accommodate andrei. Are there any stories. You can remember where mr graham and go out of his way to make andre happy or more comfortable we always reach the king size bed form at best and always made sure that they had cars. That were big enough for him. whether that be a limo van and i think andre was usually more comfortable than in like a big in a big van. Type thing with captain's chairs he was sitting in a car Even the limo was was kind of hard to get up and in and out of but big van that he could kinda step into a lot. More comfortable for him Erin as a question. We would normally start our show with but let's talk about it. Here was the first time you met andre for some. I met andrei probably about maybe twelve years. Old twelve thirteen fourteen in that in that range in houston texas. Just as a this is you know. This is bruce. I was a little kid and and then the picture all his from when i was sixteen. I think i was ringing announcing on this particular night and had to get andre for pictures for some folks with goodwill and i remember. Andrei didn't have his hair. His hair all pulled up is your addressed as i think. That's okay man Any came out this under tight barefoot has hair all pulled up into pictures with them. And i said you modified get one too so the next to a picture. Big show is at the in a wedding Two hats wants to know what did entree wear face paint for a short time back in the day. Whose decision was that was andrea. Happy about it. He wore face pate. Oh that for the warriors when he teamed with ultimate warrior or demolition. Or something like that. Yeah it was one of those where he was just another member. Yeah he's just. Did it to be andre moore rivalry fraiche pain to. I'd not like Paul says do you think if andrea was still alive. He would've worked backstage for the company as an agent of booker. A manager or something like that. Audrey definitely had the mind to do it. Yes and i don't see andre running around doing things. But i could definitely have obscene andrei kazakh. Andrei will watch matches and traveling all over the world. You picked up so much and if you impressed. Andrei along the way Whether you were in mexico were detroit or tokyo. Wherever was andre would always go back to the old man different people and see where certain talent might be able to fit in as like see somebody that would really fit in well in texas. He would say. Hey there's this guy Good lordy did he did good with with the guys that you got here and vice versa. And in later years he did that. Lock to events. Just saying hey. There's here's some talent. So audrey always had ideas for other talent and ideas so he definitely would have been. He did have very good mind. Let's do a few more here. jess watson. What's the greatest ribs that andrea overplayed on bruce. Well it wasn't a rib. But you know andrea a was Different different cat. And when i started doing brother love andrei had gone for a while. Hundred came back. Hogan.
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"Dot com and the we now join Andre market under the ATS fireman nursery and guys would talk about weeds we did is we do weeds weeds all kinds of weeds as damned online there's crab grass there's there's wiregrass there has planned Tain we have all ground ivy and then of course the difference between the drive way than and some paddy the brick and sand and weeds that come in and so does its death all kinds of weeds in the in the basic difference with two kinds is one of the total weed killer for instance like roundup which kills all weeds including if you sprayed alon one time we were talking about controlling weeds and and there was miss construed by the collar and he said and she said when can I use round up on my lawn so that the glass the fates with a white throughout the lawn in the weeds so you have to know what you're doing there there's also pre emergence weed killer the weed killer that we put down before we'd come up you can use them and once you can use them in gardens so you really have to know what you're doing and at the radio station Mario ask that is the time to put down lawn fertilizer with weed killer depends on the weeds you can put lawn fertilizers that have that pre emergent crabgrass control and other weeds control they prevented and and there are baan eight makes actually has five of the pages of different kinds of weak killers twelve different kinds of of purposes and one of the things now and I was just telling mark if you feed your lawn well and it was good organic fertilizers like from the Holly told people S. Bowman and and you put the right amount down grass is growing and you cut it at three and a half inches you don't have a lot of damage but we have damn lying here and there that not much and so we just take we'd be there ultra and we put that in in our little sprayer and we walk round spot treat and that's that's one way if you but if you have a lot of weeds in the lawn then that that will work and then you're going to have to go with a granular of weed and feed type fertilizer or liquid add depending and mark what's your feeling on whether you use a granular or you use a liquid on the weed killers alone let's say well the granular is quite easy to apply when you're dealing with liquid you have to walk back and forth tends to be a little more difficult than I usually recommend wearing you know boots or rubber boots if you'll be using your liquids but the granular spine a couple things the reason we want to talk about a weeds is I have an email the other day and you know taking a long time to get back to people but the question was what to do with the hairy Democrats and and and it's it looks almost like a crass when it comes up in the beginning and then it produces seed pods that every single one you touch it explodes and it spreads all over through the gardens and one that's more of a problem it can be in the lawn but it gardens it's words large and and wanna talk a little bit about weeds because in most cases we had.
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"Dot com and as we mentioned joining us from Andre Viette Farman nursery in fishers felt in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley Andre marks yet guys you wanna talk about some daffodils yes we do and it daily I was picking daffodils to bring into the house in the fragrance of the daffodils throughout the house which is wonderful not all daffodils have fragrance but the interesting thing in this day and age daffodils are deer resistant and we had a call or is it is it you know our last hour about the voles and moles in their volte resistant MS squirrel resistance so when you plant them and we find that if you plant them around plants that may be susceptible to voles and deer sometimes the Republic qualities of the daffodils does help but it is the most beautiful thing with the harbinger of spring to tell this spring's finally here and my there are over it is interesting fact hit Holland of course that the Netherlands is a great place before growing of daffodils all with over the years and there are twenty five thousand registered varieties can you imagine twenty five thousand different things so my father tested daffodils over the years and and he figured out which ones word with blasting come better and better each year and naturalize in bloom at well every year in which ones what and he found that the big trumpet ones didn't do as well as some of the other than our sisters and there are many varieties March sunshine then and a peeping Tom of the early ones and it goes on and did they require little care and the S. Bowman makes bold tone and I was looking at my daffodils and I said you you you guys you look like you're hungry so they're going to get some Boko now and will give me a little bit more later and death marquis you were going to work we talk about that the policy after they bloom and what we do when do we cut them back he we know they start to die down a little bit what is the about six weeks after they finish blooming day you can start trimming on back of that is something that you would do and I I want to get back a little bit more about varieties because you know lack of sun too much shade sometimes leads to daffodils and all garden not blooming as well as all gardens age date of there's a lot more shade in many cases so if I get questions all the time in the beginning my daffodils were blooming of with great a number of flowers and they look fantastic and now there's less and less but it's also varietal issue what we find is going to the gardens that some varieties are superb a reliable year after year after year as I walk through the garden are some of the variety show of the big patch of daffodils and you're only going to see two three or six blooming stands and not as good.
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"Dot com now Andre so that I could be completely honest I'm not a big ice bergs gag gag anything that's green you're only found there there if you have blood tests with a spare because for some reason when I was a small child was something I had a difficult time taking too but I do have to tell you that I see it I'm probably more restaurant menus so I know it's incredibly popular now for years I know folks will tell you there's nothing like fresh asparagus out of the garden but obviously it's become so plentiful now to rise to the level where it shows up on most steakhouses seafood places and things like that I must tell you that there's a lot of people out there like and love experience yeah and it perfectly every years ago you'd hardly Thorton grocery stores now you see it but built in grocery stores and places like Costco where have it there and it it because that that way we can ship plants around the world that we don't have a spare gets here but we can get it from the south of the United States will aid Florida Erin's places where it is earlier but I wanted to just mention it's a great plan this Barry guess as it has it is it a lovely family most people don't know it's and lowly a fee which is the only family and it came from the river bank of southern Europe and Siberia and and other areas and natural life throughout the world it's unbelievable plant Romans cultivated as early as two hundred BC and the grief cultivated it so it is really and usual plant that we've gotten to know it's very and we love it and our family and that is it yes he the one thing about it if you have your own despair against and you pick it fresh and you take it in and cook it there is nothing like fresh caught this barrack is nothing and my father when he came in Switzerland he worked at a private estate and they use the bleach disparages they would they would Mallinder asked oil over the edge and boards and tell no sunlight hit this beer is still you had white as Barracas beers but it get daylight sunny soil they need ritual well grains soil they could be grown in Hoover and in in beds raised beds certainly and if you can pick for twenty years if you feed them well and it like that warmer P. H. upper PH I should say six to seven somewhere in there not after the oil that you need to dig down to fifteen to eighteen inches and work in composted I can remember my father telling me work and composted manure and compost then and also you couldn't go with rock phosphate in some plant tone in anthem gypsum and and green sandals great ingredients and really work in the soil deeply they have to be th you have to have good soil for the future you just can't think the whole little fertilizer in the hole and that's going to do it no you need to get organic matter spread in there and you can get them made it you can still see them in the garden stores soon and they'll beat that you can buy it crowns I prefer that it getting big crowns and you can either get them at at the at your local garden centers some hardware store they thought with does sometimes have them in the spring different places have them and that plant them deep that's the thing you want to plant them deep and that and then to crown a cover over with soil as they're growing and the first two years one to two years you probably are not going to pick much but then it you will will be able to start to harvest them and that you they feel they really need great deep soil for them to do well for you it and the best male varieties of the best so you may sometimes you go online and you find specialist jury the giant Mary Washington you need rust resistant varieties and Rutgers beacon and Viking there it is many and so you can eat you as I mentioned Jerry the giant is Jerry D. prince at their Jerry G. Sentinel so basically you want to get rust resistant varieties when you look in the catalog to buy them by the larger crowns that is the important thing to look not to plant little itty bitty ones get started that that saves your whole year when you plant large crowns and so that the big the big news is to really pick the right variety very deep soil in in the soil and you end date show people that will one do I do that well we really going into March I would think it by the end of March hopefully your ground as as Jim is I've talked all the time if it's wet out there and they thought that it's going to stop B. there's no way you can make all these ingredients and and work it into the soil and at N. and have it do well but just think if you're digging down eighteen inches deep in eighteen inches wide docu we're going to plant the tree you might say but that that trench at least the deed that path to be fixed with good soil and your back fill a whole whole lot back fill and you got to dig a trench so what most people do they dig the soil the English method of digging out of that bed you dig and pro to the side big throw to decide big all it down to trench keep going big throw it to the side now you have the oil all along this trend on top of the ground that's when you come in with your compost your compost bin nor your plant tone some rock phosphate greensand and and as little peat moss can you make that all up makes a little and then back fill the hole the now you have a whole cringe with beautiful soil that you are prepared up to eighteen inches do E. N. and then you put your your plant deep your plant Europe's Barrick is deep and boy you're going to have some as Barrick is you gonna have to wait a year sure but it's certainly a great crop and I we love it there my wife Claire had that Barrick is quicker if you put the asparagus and boy it is is wonderful and Johnny seated we talked about them for the day the whole with the swing hollow app as so Johnny speed at dot com and if they sell a purple passion if the purple spears and and that last time I looked I think it was a hundred crowns the seventy five dollars twenty five grounds for thirty five dollars that may be up a little bit because this is baby a little dated but does and certainly but wonderful yeah you know and we can have a disparity thrust rusty this that would be my big control GM to make sure your rough because did the the the very hard to control in fact we control easily but what you can't control the rest of do I remember hearing you and mark talk with factors burgers are heavy feeders yes was that me what that means that if they need a lot of fertilizer in good soil my neighbor on Long Island and you don't hear about polo we hear about all these stock or another sports yes but not many people play polo anymore hi there but does that you gave that years ago yeah but a lot of people do you plan to play well however what he had he had horses on the horses now horses but after the ball or be delayed a large city but actually he was a polo player and a farm in your magic and every year he covered up crimes at this I do last year though like a DVD I love to see you on a hole with him I like right numbers right I've done it before yeah it's not really that bad yeah you know it's the one thing that I found is like any other animal the horse senses yep whether you are comfortable or but if you're nervous there's a the horses nervous so you're you need because their horses to carry you Jim the female evaluated you don't know but Jim is a big man always have to mess it up okay we'll take a break and they have a.
"andre" Discussed on WRVA
"Radio with Andre good morning I'm great good morning I would like to know from you if you could recommend a product to kill grants that coming up in my gravel driveway that will work this time of year yes said you know this time every year we get the what we call the winter weeds and their their green in fact I'm looking at my own gardens and I'm just waiting and and I'm going to go after them they are quite a few weeds that grow in the winter and so yes absolutely up there's a couple ways to do that one the the group of weed killers Bon I'd make the clean up at the cost of fate it's and with all the the talk about round up the hero I've used roundup and I do the only thing that many companies make all different names for roundup roundup the most popular name but its glass of bait and it controls all weeds now it doesn't prevent weeds now there are materials that you can get that a mixed with glass of fate and another killer which will keep the era do growth were up to a year so you may see on the drive way want to look at that because you do it once and then no weeds grow for a year and that is right yeah and it's called clean up three six five clean up three six five and and and now the other thing that some people just gold would just want to spray they usually to kill weeds maybe a few times a year you can go with the clean up and that's on a driveway you know we're not talking about gardens now with talking about drive way now in the garden there all of the products we can use that control weeds in in the garden and the also we have products to control weeds that grow in the winter in the lawn to so we do have quite a few Arab Bon I'd also makes for those people are looking for something in the lawn that will come troll had weeds that grow in the winter it chick we'd animal control clover an ox Alice and that's that's exactly it in the label it did name of it is chick we clover and knock phallus killer and that's if you're trying to do it in the long okay all right it's another question if I make sure is there any way for me to check the P. H. of oil because I sent things to Blacksburg but the postage rate is no yeah absolutely and also black and Blacksburg it's just famous Penn state Cornell or use the university a joint you're a university a Connecticut they all do testing and it takes a couple weeks to get the package and that it's a good good point to where I believe you can go to a garden center and get some hit that would allow you to do your own test on there there are some electrical impulses that you push in the ground that can check P. H. but also you can check P. H. with these kids that they have and the P. H. kids at yeah you don't find it too often I mean you don't not gonna find PH kit in many kinds of stores but full service gardens and as many times have them now the important thing to do if you're gonna do PH is they take a sample it let's say a a tablespoon of soil from here a tablespoon of soil from that dig in and get a little little bit and mix it all up in in a bucket and then do a test so you're trying to get an average P. H. you don't do a test in different places in use up your reagent what you want to do is just go here the V. doing vegetable gardens you do you know make take about ten samples different let up at the at the surface one deeper and if you're doing lawns you do the same thing if you doing a landscaping you do the same thing so you might end up and that'll give you the P. H. N. death we're gonna took this pic you talk about PH that during the nine o'clock hour in a little more detail thank you very much I really appreciate all the information I get from you thank you have a good day you too thanks for calling in the guard gate appreciate your call and get you want to mention those two products you match were both by bada growth by by night you've got it and you know that the clean up is very interesting because as you said with the drive we don't worry about eating anything you I put stuff down you want to kill it and make sure does come back yeah it that day it did different companies that have gone it costs a little more Jim that way but if you add the cost of treating the drive way for five times a year yeah it's sometimes cheaper to do it once even though cost more because they give you one year control and it also saves you time doesn't doesn't yet save time and.
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"R. VA well you're on the radio with Andre good morning Andre and I heard you earlier this morning talk about your favorite hello and I thought I was going to remember the name but I've forgotten it yes if you have to is not available in most places it is available from Johnny's seed and Johnny has two wins Johnny feeds dot com and if this terra pole with an eye you order that and it it is made in Switzerland is Swiss steel of pike surgical steel and it caught on the front and never need shopping event ever it cuts on the first pushing it and it cuts on pulling for you push pull push pull and it is a fantastic piece of machinery for the garden that you use and it's so easy it just go through and and just so it it comes with to size handled I I believe it calms less Easter Apollo I'm just looking at it now they have it as three and a quarter range of five inch blade is seven is played I would buy the seventies plate absolutely and you never need to shop and I think just cut cut cut cut all to perennial gardens to to vegetable garden is a wonderful wonderful tool and Swiss steel in it and it it it's just fantastic what's his name again Sterrett PO S. T. R. I. R. R. U. P. and then hope H. O. E. and it is from Johnny seeds dot com that the easiest way you can get it line one word yes one word with two wins channel dot com that can tell us what you know once we go we used to call with wing Johnny calls that that that's what reason I say that right we called the you're absolutely right Jim swing ho was what we called it we had we we used to have them and at our nursery and we got them directly from Switzerland it was called the swing and you might be able to find it you might wanna try the internet yeah you might be able to find another place I'd make sure you get this was one because they met they got I'm American made one to different manufacturers I can only vouch for this one you know because the this with steel is about thank you we do appreciate your call let's say hi to bush he's in Dover Pennsylvania listens in the garden on W. S. be a new stock ninety three nine an nine ten W. SPLA what you're on the air with Andre good morning folks not boning we have a little snow here this morning I have a few questions the first one is we'd like to plant some like a screening out in the back of the property we get a lot of women were thinking about Ali now you're looking for a screen yes it would I'd like some people use Leyland cypress others use white pine years ago you're looking for is green yeah yeah there are many things that I I would look at it in in a depending on where you're planning Holly families very good you want American Holly if you can get varieties such as merry Christmas or break into some even better get more berries but the I'd like to open guy Merrick and Holly is one to look at the other one that's very good is foster I Holly it makes a I smaller leave but a very good shrub tree you had to use evergreen it grossed sixty nine so our our grows from Mars own you know it down Hey and I even think it will go into the own five but this certainly American Holly grows the own five does own nine and I would look at those two and the other plant to look is the knob of IT which has performed very well cold green giant this is put kata gene green giant through your put kada green giant now green giant has it just been a very good if you drop it Hey you it it's a good app plant if I would put probably be my first choice if I were looking for is green it's it's fairly fast growing as a good for screening and a great substitute for Leyland cypress which is getting now a few diseases like Hank a disease and another fungal disease and I'm see it once you get that Leyland cypress is pretty hard to control it but this certainly look at green giant OB of IT and the American Holly too good thing that there are a couple of other evergreens that do well and a hearty don't four to seven is the the con color for abies concolor con Culliford yes and you can select their some blue forms in green forms and I have one near my house this excellent what you're gonna ask you to hold the line right there we got to take a break.
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"The garden with Andre Viette Andre mark yet here today taking your calls our contact number is five four oh four three three nine seven eight two we're talking to Ellen right now she's got a couple more questions Ellen go right ahead with your question I thank you are I often cryptic at the medium back in really late winter can that be done now sure yeah no problem it does you know the only reason I don't and dad and I somewhat agree we don't cut a lot of things back up Morse more so not cutting things back is to give the wildlife like the bird song birds the white line sparrows the snowbirds which is slight color juncos protection in the wild if you end up trimming your garden so it all goes back to mulch it gives less protection for the wildlife that sometimes you saw guard yeah I guess you got him all by now and one time we when we were we not big we have all these perennial gardens and we wanted to make went to work for a man so in January we went out and we trimmed everything we clean the house that we clean the daily folder G. and we trim back the epic medium an answer out of step with palm bay go and everything and what we found is that we had some damage because the all fall league does protect the crown these delicate bods of at the medium and other plants are in there and they're just under the surface even on hasta clumps of hasta they'll fall Regis ladies over the comp so at it every week we want to clean the guard to make work for a man and and clean the guards and they look beautiful at one week did that but at the same time we we now feel just leave them alone let went to take it to court let the natural foliage protect the plans that the does in their natural nature and to do that a little later and you know and the February okay you know do something like that yeah well honeysuckle I have several of the you know the nicer ones and they fixed it it says to to print them back after they stopped blooming LeMond Lynch on and off all summer so and get hands on will it be a strangled cry yeah I don't know what I can do yeah as system yeah I intended to terra did you know you have some of the more summer blooming shrub types of animals that have minds on the lines you know I would still I like the term thinning out sending out means you only take a portion of the growth out you don't give them the hair cut you sort of given a standing hair cut with like a thinning shears which just opened up so that would be the best way because regardless of when you cut those you will affect some flowering at certain times of the year and and maybe if I had to choose a time would be after the main flowering occurs once that name flowering has sort of finished before sporadically continues in its flowering that's when I would probably come back a little harder but I do know this is a great loan to sear you could have yes I'm good all right and and with the hydrangeas the Annabel's yeah that happened back now now again recommend fed you worry is yeah yeah I know I.
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"Present for you and Andre if you haven't heard about this book written by Jennifer Ackland the genius of birds read it get hold of that it changed my life it talks about the intellect of birds their navigational abilities there are neurology and how it relates to even the human species it's changed how I regard all living creatures on the planet and there are specific intellectual abilities this woman as a scientist she was up and Charlottesville Virginia and it was on the bestseller list the New York times bestseller let and it's it's remarkable and what is the title of the book hi the genius of our great and it takes you are there a takes you through a lot of studies but she writes in a poetic voice and she talked about her own experiences as well as the researcher all all kinds of birds not just made a first serve this country but and studies that have been done about their abilities and how they navigate the the world under the magnetism in their blood stream the layers of how the father bird teachers the baby bird and specific song and how the chickadees talk in the trees told warn of predators and all it's just all it it's not surprising at all okay Hey so and here's another one coming out I'm our email address that when you're going to write another book this is a very important information people have no idea what surrounding flying all around us and she said she's got another one coming out and it's coming out in may it's called the Byrd way but the one I read in the one that really change my view point on intellect in general is it on the floor there's the genius of birds okay and it's so wonderful you'll be so glad that you that you heard about all right well that sounds great I look forward to reading that so now what I have one more thing I want to talk about another bag worms yes I want I want to tell you that we had an infestation bag works and they were you know it's like all over this three and if they had been decimated so we cut down as much as we could all of it and then we thought what we're gonna do with the bag one so we thought well what we'll do is we'll just burn it because the tree was almost dead and we'll put it on gravel or gravel driveway well Bernie and so we set it on fire and it became a big pile of flame and smoke and everything and we stood out there with the wall you know it Tampa Tampa's down until it was just barely smoking and at that point we have a laugh because some of the bag worms or actually starting to move around yes and try to escape one so it was awful and so we thought how much more we can do with it now so after he cool down and it was obvious that there was nothing no life going on we put in our super king but they don't they only pick it up once a week so we put it in our super canon rolled it out to the street the next day they were coming out the window all I know yes that way well it was just unbelievable so I heard you last week talking about the bag worms and and nobody mentioned well when you take them off the tree what do you do with them and I said right after not but I'm a call and tell my story so baby Andre a March no after they start calling again what do you do right okay great all right well that's what the book I will do that thanks so much happy new year happy new year to you too okay bye bye bye thanks yeah please be the title because we had a lot of requests for very slowly very clearly the genius of birds geniza birds okay something very interesting read market is here taking your gardening calls questions you'd like.
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"I admire your on the air with Andre Viette good morning good morning gentlemen how are you good what's up I got a court got a question about red maples Japanese red maple okay we have we have told them and before they had been pruned they were about eight four diameter store about five five and a half three hot and a group there were shaped like a gumdrop so I drove there weeping is there such a thing as a weekend Japanese right now is just a shrub that there's you know over a hundred varieties and some tend to weep slightly but most of the ones in the market place as they get older they we a little bit but but okay there is no thought you know really not a weeping form okay what they heard we all because they will plant the one house was built so they're probably about twenty five years old okay are Gardner our gardener tried to pull no man we got done and look like a Marshall okay what that's not what I wanted to do what I wanted to do was to take the pop out so that they didn't block the wind up and so now the question is can I still think the pop out it will continue to grow or if I take the top out will let you die is about a I say I have a two four to four and a half or two for that so locking the window is kind of can I remove some of that and the whole to lower part will will go back yeah I do have a problem there because it when you do approved it you want to make sure that it doesn't die back further I would certainly wait until all the growth starts in the spring when you see this shoot in the play and the coming out all over the the plant and then very carefully remove some of the top out going to be a major problem as you go through the years because it continually going to have to cut those at the top out at after a while I think that you it will grow to the side and not you'll may not have to prune so much training the branch is by cutting so that the but that's why I think you wait to the budget swell and then you prone above up but that a shooting out to the side and rather than pruning to a but that's facing up and then that way the new growth will be growing to the side if you do that continually yeah you'll be okay okay okay one other question Walker what we do will feed our dog right on the ground now ideas would get do your dog with Holly tone is a good fertilizer you go out on your dog with if it's an older dog good you're probably gonna need eight or ten handful just throw right on the root system it's organic it'll break down slowly and feed that plant and so great yeah I saw any of the other trees and shrubs in a garden why you put it the pale is no science to it yeah it basically does put the fertilizer in a pail if you have Holly's dog with crab apples you just go out and throw the fertilizer on the ground that the big tree is gonna need eight to ten hand filled up at the young tree it might take three or four okay thank you okay my wife and merry Christmas you too merry Christmas to you and your family okay should you call by phone lines are open five four oh four three three nine seven eight two that's five four oh four three three nine seven eight two as number James dialed James is in Chesterfield list in the garden on W. R. V. A. I. James you're on the air with Andre are you all doing doing good game I've got I've basically got a comet I got calling green and K. L. in a couple of okay images I would they all ended vegetation is be a good and you know which one to get all have been you know they they are growing yes the vegetation that you know with not with the army we had a long No Way stuff in the field you know permission yes well yeah.
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"You're on the air with Andre hi I will hi yeah it just had a question about I know this is probably not the right time of the year to deal with bag worms but I think we have for Danny cypress but when that week they're covered with these bag worms and others weren't do you have to pull the the people off the the facts before you spray or well depends on it it is how high they are if you can reach them if they the problem is some of them were a mail fax and the males have left they're no longer around but the female there where the is vague and when the eggs hatch out in the spring then little lobby go out and feed and then create their own little bags and so is spraying it certainly helps but they are protected in that in that sack yeah that doesn't mean that spraying won't help us bring with an insecticide and that there's some great effect decide that you can use a you can go to bond I dot com and date you can go there they are insecticides and that does work but if you can it's a pain but if you can remove them and then you're getting rid of the females and that you're not going to have a it's a bad infestation but if they're they're in you don't spray a you must I would seek the first spray with would be in in may may may fifteenth then the second one would be June first and then maybe the third when might be a June tenth the fifteenth and because what you're doing is you're trying to control the new eggs that hatch out into little caterpillars and go out and feed and by that time if you let it go you're gonna lose the tree unfortunately we've seen trees die with heavy infestations of bag worms so it's it's one of the things that evergreen trees don't like yelp so may fifteenth June first and what was the third mate they think may fifteenth June first and maybe June tenth the fifteenth okay okay great great so it's a good idea to pull the bags off if you can reach them you know we have calls come in the tree is you know twenty five feet high and I look up but is that all my gosh this ticket pull those off you know yeah great I really appreciated okay bell thank calling in the garden room thanks so much for your call five four oh four three three nine seventy two is our contact our and Andre you mention this quite a bit but the folks should sit down and maybe this is the time you do it set up there in the garden calendar and that is certain key dates for spraying and backwards probably are the best example of why you should do that yeah I did it because it and and tent caterpillars the the other thing that they come in early spring we have a full ten Calipari pillar in the spring and that this strange things that you know you think about gypsy moth that the may in fact and at one time they said get the most was gonna debt that decimate the for the forest land for ever and ever and ever never happened to me did did damage and I within on Long Island where we had a lot as you see more than and we basically they of naturally comment to control they're still there but you have to time we could know you sprang on August the gypsy moth when they're there in may and there's a lot of stuff that it is time sensitive if you get the proper application down at the right time exactly could prevent them and then you don't have to worry about dealing with them when they show a lapse absolutely so think about your think about your calendar for the year they're just a lot of key dates on there that if you can head at the right time save yourself a lot of work.
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"SPCA I always you're on the air with Andre hello I have a out of four foot what three and I'd like to know how to care for it now you're a defect in aren't just have aren't just come quite argues he is dressed citrus sure yeah but the leaves don't drop off then I don't know they do not fall off and you can't leave it outside it's got to come in in the winter okay how long have you had well I read it a couple years but always edited the garage not all right you can't put it in the garage in the fall but he got to be fraud that's protecting it from the winter it is possible if you do is stored in the garage you could lose some believe that that's okay and whatever you have been doing it if it has worked I would continue very difficult to to overwinter you have two ways noble went to house plan one is to hold them dormant like you do in the garage and the other one of the grow it as a full indoor plant and so my friend Joe he had a a lime tree I think with a lemon a Meyer lemon tree which he has in is there a bathroom in the next to a big picture window and and and it grows fine and he puts it out in the summer put that in the winter so so if you're gonna start just keep doing what you're doing that's the best thing you can do for it and it might go ahead if I bring it inside will it luminous green man yeah it was a dead they make fruit all the time sure all yeah and it is a Blue Moon the winner yes sure give fragrance the flag at the very yeah that is about four years old yeah well I I would think give it some light give it some light and I you know it might do well for you okay okay dear thanks for calling bye bye bye we appreciate the call don't forget we're here for three full hours every Saturday morning take in your garden calls questions you can always reach us five world for three three nine seven eight two at five four oh four three three nine seven eight two Andre I'm gonna get a moment here we want to talk about facts something you've reference quite a bit in the past and that that is the Viet family home in Saint Thomas folks now can take a look at that if they'd like to check it out they talked about it a lot but down yes excessive well we live now renting it when we're not there Airbnb to get to the site you would just Google a dot com and then did the important thing to put in his Viet V. I. E. T. T. E. and then tropical and then paradise there is no apostrophe S. F. divvy yet so it to be at tropical paradise very good you could check that out if you're interested there's detailed information there the.
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"VA I Kathy you're on the air with Andre Hey Kathy pardon me hello I tell ya I have though why old image while because I never came to pass in our mind that is coming from the nine fact yield and growing up the six four sense that I have on the north side of my garden and it's very pretty but I just didn't want it I just don't know enough about it if it's something like bamboo that I should advocate you know right away or what the pros and cons of that are well you know I don't know what that that that the puzzle I know that there is one the passion of mine that's a native and does grow in comes up all over and some people like it some people don't about the hybrid which are the beautiful ones as they and not winter hardy it that tropical so the passion vine I mean it's pretty it's a purple yes sort of I mean and I actually may not live long but the flowers when they die out it doesn't ever look grubby or no trash twice no it if people growing up on vine on trellises and things and you can certainly do it if you could physically control it you know was he a little prone and make sure it doesn't go because it'll run all over so would you have to do is just stepped the vines that just don't and just keep it confined to where you want well it's funny it's invasive it is under Neath the ground into my garden but it's very easy just to call out but you know that's the way to do it and then they finally at the end if none of that works of course you can go to weed killers which will control right but do it by hand all of that okay okay sounds right thanks for calling bye to guard we appreciate your call don't forget we got room for you to join us.
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"For in the garden with Andre Andre via a nationally known horticulturist and winner of the American horticulture society's liberty Hyde Bailey award is ready to take your gardening, calls and questions at five zero four three three ninety seven eighty two that's five four zero four three three ninety seven eighty two. We've got plenty of room for you to join us in the garden with Andrei via everybody. Welcome to another hour of in the garden with Andre Viet Andres here today and ready to take your garden calls and questions are phone lines are open if you'd like to join us in the garden any weekend here. Saturday mornings from eight AM to eleven eastern time. Again, our contact number is five four four three three nine seven eight two that's five zero four three three nine seven eight two. We're going to be talking in just a moment. This portion of the guard is brought to you by bonafide is your lawn being ruined by moles and voles on I'd has the solution. It's Bonyads mo- max. It's an effective repellent to use against moles voles rabbits. Gophers groundhogs squirrels skunks at other burly animals. Just apply. Three or four times per year to set nuisance animal pests away because it's all natural. Binds Womack repellent safety using areas where children play more available and inconvenient five pound shaker applicator for Houston flower, and vegetable gardens larger ten pound bag covers up to five thousand square feet, and it's great for treating lawn areas. Mov max is also available in ready to spray applicator just connect to the garden hose, turn it on, and spray by products. Your family made in America and Andrea..