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"aspe" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows
"A bunch of them in the shop. We have The irishman scripted. The irishman signed by all of them. By martin scorsese by bob de niro pacino. Oldest of the movie. And we do that. We've got a whole section books and develop and we have all the scripts signed by all the saws and we have books Books into film side by the stars as well as the office. so it's a whole niche but collectors. It's ideal for actors. Were you a book collector. Much before this was. Yeah as we see that. I've always been a read and a collector and both my sons and my wife was well. I remember. my mother was an very big rita. Ora those shuns. We read all the time we will has a book. Ever come into your collection that you know was tended for the store but you just love it so much to keep for yourself. Yeah well my favorite authors. George orwell. So i won't boy who's always a writer as well at one thousand I was very lucky. A book called. Keep the aspe- district flying by joel. Joel high i was able to meet. George orwell's wife. And i wrote the script on spec and the states have been closed close to anybody and i. My agent got stripped to george. Orwell's literary agent. who showed it to george orwell's widow. Who loved it and gave me the rights in the door and we had a whole big thing. We packaged it. It all fell about typical hollywood story. It was all ready to get velayat. But but i love georgia also own myself and Fueled is that much else. That i won't sell you a loaded question here because i mean this i can even answer it but as someone who i would say is easily an expert and literature. What do you think is the most important work in american literature. Well the most in what is called the greatest american novel is a scarlet letter. Daniel hold on scott latter I'm not sure. I would classify that as the greatest american novel. That is what it's called There are other levels. That i think.
US to withdraw 12,000 troops from Germany.
"America will bring around six, thousand, four, hundred forces home and shift about five, thousand, six, hundred to other countries in. Europe. US Defense leaders said on Wednesday, detailing a Pentagon plan that will cost billions of dollars and take years to complete the decision fulfills trump's announced desire to withdraw troops from Germany. A number of forces will go to Italy and a major move would shift U S European. Command headquarters and Special Operations Command Europe from stood got Germany to Belgium. The future of the plan is uncertain at best since it relies on support and funding from Congress and a number of members have voiced. there. It may not survive at all. If trump isn't reelected, lawmakers have condemned. The troop cuts as a gift to Russia fueled by trump's spite at Germany. But Defense, Secretary Mark, Aspe- defended the plan saying that while the decision was accelerated by trump's orders, the moves also promote launch a strategic goals to deter Russia reassure European allies and shift forces further east into the Black Sea and Baltic regions. Trump has repeatedly accused Germany of failing to pay bills, which is a misstatement of the issue. NATO nations have pledged to dedicate two percent of their gross domestic product to defense spending by twenty, twenty, four and Germany is still short of that goal at about one point, four, percent twenty, two Republicans on the House Armed Services Committee sent a letter to trump saying a reduced US commitment to Europe's defense would encourage Russian aggression and Senator Mitt. Romney of Utah on Wednesday called the plan a grave era saying it's a slap in Germany's face that will do lasting harm to American interests.
"aspe" Discussed on On The Ledge
"Thank you so much to fill it for showing off his awesome collection of Aspe- districts. And now it's time for question of the week which comes from Cape Cod Causa on instagram. Great Scrim handled. It and Kate caught as I'll call them for short as a total of new to house plants and they've got a sense of various. Annika in a six inch wide by four inch deep pot and can't rights. I know they're need water about biweekly even that but I don't know how much they need at a time help. What a great question because I think this is one of the misconceptions about watering their eakin. Look at a plot and say okay. I'm going to give it a mug full of water every week on the same day at the same time and that way it will stay nice and hydrated but what. It's easy to forget when you're beginning. Is that the amount of water. The plant needs will change according to the conditions plants up to and of course what potting mix you put it into so this sounds various. Which is the plane green mottled form of the snake plant the genus has actually changed to your Sina Zelenika. But I'm not sure I can quite cope with that yet. It's a lovely plant. Dow's need regular watering during the growing season as Kate. Cod has pointed out. But how do you know how much to give it? Well the one way to make sure that Joe never over watering plant and this method also means that it doesn't really matter how much you water is to take the plant out of its parts of in and out of cash pot so it's just in its part with drainage holes and either put it in the sink and run load of water through that part until its well drained and all of the composites had a chance to get moist or place it in a container of water to soak up as much water as it candid about an hour and then allow it to drink by doing either of these methods. You'll letting the plant choose. How much water needs rather than dictating? Oh yes it needs a mug because inevitably you'll get that slutty wrong and if you don't remove any excess water from the bottom of the pot then routes rocked a hoy as you might say so I would recommend taking this plant out of its environment and sticking it in the sink and doing the watering once a week that way it's much better to water thoroughly and so that the compost is allowed to get wet and then to draw out the dribbling on a bit of water every now and again part of the reason for that is if you do that then the plot start to think that water is only available near the surface will grow a lot of roots near the surface which is not what you want. Want a nice ball much lower down in the port. And if you're not sure if you plant needs watering in the first place go ahead and stick your finger right in there right up to the end of your finger depending on the size of the pot and see what the potting mix doing around the root ball if it's completely dry then yes all need water. If it's still pretty damp at that level as opposed to being dry at the surface but still moist right in. The root ball than watering is required. I remember we'd send barrier in the winter this plant can be much much drier and you might be watering this once a month or so. So watching practices are really vital to get right with plants like these but it also makes a difference on the pausing mix so if you bought one of these the sharp estate plan that you just recently born is probably planted in something which is much more absorbent than I'd recommend so if you have got a freshly ball state plant just be really cautious on the watering and make sure that the plant is allowed to dry out thirty before water again then a good soak then dry. That's the kind of seesaw that these plants prefer. And once you get it potted up into something a little bit more free draining. Then you can be a bit more generous with the water because you sorted out the drainage issue so I hope that Makes Sense Cape Cod. And if you've got a question for alleged drop me a line on the ledge podcast. Gmo DOT COM..
"aspe" Discussed on On The Ledge
"What are your neighbors? Think probably like these has. Oh Yeah you you've been home. Yeah that's right. Yeah you know what? Tell us in because their front gardens jungle. Yeah just a lot of garage. Yeah this is interesting. This often recognize not shoot appendix Scott. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah. Nice initial fiction UNICEF him. Yeah I'M GONNA go into the the. It's a small space but Eagle of Aspirin districts in here. Yeah just GonNa Sniff that greenhouse smell lovely love greenhouse smell. So we've got loads more here. Manian here because Spider mite problem. Come and do something against buying the mind you out the humidity and predators on it as well. Yeah So yeah that's why he Humidity in the greenhouses quite highly. Especially with all the rain. We've had this really nice old cultivars in here and some back from America as well in this or some of the situation ends is mainly. Yeah Yeah Nice. Yes arrogation on this one. So that is What I mentioned for the what is sold as amount of God's got stripes and spots and amount of garlic is the Japanese name for Milky Way and quite often if you see a spot aspe- district for sale scarred often labelled as Milky Way is not really the correct anymore if they've named Jin general over the original Milky Way. Is this one here. So it's got the stripes in the spots and Kerry Gatien on there and it's on really trying to bulk it up a bit but it's very slow growing the white screen time you've got the splashes of of cream and cream stripes that's not of chlorophyll knows it to shoot been green. Yeah do you have. Do you ever have any aspects as in the ground like over if you have the plane green. Allot your could that be the ground? In any of the Latino recipient lenses and quantity of the other ones can can just go in grounded. Very Hollandi an alert era in sinensis species are hardy to minus fifteen minus twenty. But I've got another one code one fat lady I'll to minus twenty five so very home. Anything is it. Don't like it wet so I tend to Croon them. Maybe as ground cover under reports yet to try to give him that drained and so they don't rockaway. Yeah they're doing really well. You can just leave that sign warmly dogs spider. Mite probably is the major pests. Have any secret top tips other than increasing humidity Well what do I spray with? Espy invigorating the wonderful. Yes I don't want to any chemicals on it really. So it's so ganic or bite article control through These sachets hanging on the. I wanted to ask you about the Sushi. So this is a biological control. Is it a? Is it another might that? Yeah it is. Another Predator presided said. Eats the spider Mites. And this is one that you can put in lower temperatures as well. Yeah it does Should do the trick at least knock down a bit and hopefully eventually will get over it and I mean how does that work could use in the house as well as outside about them kind of wondering and not being in the right place no no they. They will stick to the to the plant radio. Banda food is of course. They won't go often go somewhere there. No SPIDER MITES. This particular one is one that Also leaves off pollen to having gone spider. My than at least they can't survive on as well. Pam. But it's a good one and Yeah you can't use them indoors. It's not like you have loads of bugs and suddenly the the tiny. They're about the size of a normal spider. Mite even so yeah. It's not worse than have expanded so those much once. They've done the job in the spider mites gone. They will die off because there isn't anything for them to eat. Unless you've gone pollens then they will continue. But yes. You have another manifestation. You probably have to repeat treatment. Yeah Oh it's great to be able to use these non chemical methods to control things. It's it's definitely worth looking into and people sort of. Do you find that other people are getting really into these rare and unusual expert districts and cotton swap trying to swap things with you and I mean is there? Is there market for these very rare ones in the market for the variegated monster? And I'm actually running an expedition European group on On facebook mainly set it up to be European because then you can shop around on as well but there are. Some very popular ones is one Which is in the trade as chromatic graphic which is actually called in Bauchi? I've got one indoors but it's got spots this aura around the spot as well and Yeah they sell nine-centimeter pox from forty to fifty pounds his shoulder after those again. It's the provocation. How do how is it just division? These ones where you're going to be it's just division and it's quite easy you just taken out of the You can clearly see the rise and if you find a bit that's got to beat a fruit only this well snap that off and just it's very easy. I've done it any via even do the middle of summer if Yeah and I guess the more you do that the small your original plan. It's not going to be a massively. GonNa end up with lows can you? Can you watch the seed situation though I mean? Can you ever get asprey district? I've never seen US they. They tend to Only produce seed when they're out in the ground When I was in the US they did have some seedlings there as well but yet in this country it just happened on set seed. Because we're just doing our annual so long on the podcast where we're talking discussing Growing House plus from seats and everything in terms of who couldn't you grow that from seed I? It's just interesting. What plants can and can be. You know you can get to eat or you can't get to see too. That's just an interesting okay. Yeah that's fair enough unusual. Well I guess that's why again another reason why it's you know if you could see then you'd be producing loads of plants and the price might be shape the knots Stay with from seed either. You'll get right which could be good in a way on the other hand you. How many do we need that? Just got this tiny little different strokes. Yeah I can see what you're saying Jones this one here which is intelligent mantle variation. This is beautiful verification with this sort of different levels of minty green stripes and cream. What's that one called man gets too? And that is one of the very old Japanese original county and It comes up. This is one of those. It changes color. So it comes up with these fight green leaves and then eventually the white will fade and they can fe to almost completely sorted green will fade and it will face almost completely white and it's got some spots as well but yeah that's a very old Japanese call divine. Those are the ones that I'm really looking forward to get original Japanese selections because that's where they They grew them so much. That's why they did. All those selections another Japanese Still Aspe- district crazy. They're still into them. One Lady spoke to. Who's Japanese said? Sir It's called this a toilet plants because they have a lot of outdoor toilets in the older buildings and if you'd always next to the toilet okay. I guess I guess that's true. Good collectors there. Well Nice to see your national collection and Yeah a long way the Aspirin district rain. It's going it's going to be around for forever so she's coming as it has been for the last however many years..
"aspe" Discussed on On The Ledge
"If you're a new listener my name is Jane Perron. I like house plants. I'm not ashamed of it. How the devil all you? I hope you are continuing to thrive and survive during this weird scenario of lockdown that we remain in. Your view are being eased out of lockdown. Right now all I can say is lucky you but you know what we've got our plants we've got our leaves to look at and that makes life okay in this episode. I Meet Philip. Ocean brink the national collection holder of two different species of Aspe- district the Victorian favourite. The we should all be growing. I'll answer question about woltring snake plants and we meet listener rose. Yes another listener. Called rose a different one from before. Thank you to everyone who has signed up to be a house plant buddy on the thread. The you'll find on the House plans on the Ledge facebook group. There are lots of people there who are looking for somebody to chat to about their plants. All you need to do to get involved is put a comment on that thread off. Perhaps if you see someone else he shares interests or perhaps geographical location with you then add replied to their comment and you can team up and have a chat it might be via facebook messenger email. Zoom it's really up to you but it's not too late to join in so if you're feeling a bit bored lonely or fed up during lockdown then. This is a great way off. Livening up your life if you are not on facebook and want to get involved. Don't worry you still can just send a note to on the ledge. Podcast gmail.com letting me and Kelly. My assistant know roughly. What your intuition and where you're at and we will add a comment on your behalf and it'd be really great to make sure that every body or as many people as possible a paired up with somebody else who wants to chat with them so do go and have a look at that threat if you haven't done already it don't be shy because you know what planned people are. Lovely people are pulling to that in the show notes. Of course so you can click through easily enough and find it. If on the other hand you'd like to tell the whole listenership of on the ledge about who you are then meet. The listener is for you. You can drop a line to the same email on the ledge podcast gmail.com and Kelly will send you some instructions on how to take part and that's exactly what rose did. Let's hear.
News Brief: Presidential Debate, EPA Changes Clean Water Rules
"Now we know what it looks and sounds like when all the Democratic presidential contenders share the same stage that's right the ten leading leading candidates met in Houston Texas Joe Biden who's been leading in the polls stood near the centre. Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders stood to either side. Now it'd be hard to say that anybody decisively one debate so many months before actual voting but this event did seem to highlight genuine differences among Democrats including those three the at center stage. What were the differences well? NPR POLITICAL REPORTER ASTHMA Hollywood is in Houston Good Morning Aspe- and our senior political editor and correspondent Dominica Montinaro was watching Ching to Dominica Good morning to you and let's start with you Dominica. What did you see is? Those candidates spoke well. I mean you know the big thing here is that this was the strongest debate eight at least to start for Joe. Biden was crisper than he's been. He seemed ready to go on the attack but he also got some help early on and that's a big part of why is able to do better from amy cloche are the senator from Minnesota. She really decided to Kinda hug the moderate lane and seemed to put a floor under Biden in didn't wind up turning turning into a pylon like it has an other debates pylon Joe Biden and instead there was this division in the Democratic Party was several candidates on either side and asthma something in close to I I think close to half an hour of disagreements on a single big issue healthcare that's right and we've seen other healthcare debates in the first chew debates but what I think is unique about this. One is at the focus of the healthcare conversation for much of this campaign cycle has been concentrated on the progressive left specifically around around Bernie Sanders Medicare for all plan last night. Biden was much more aggressive in defending his ideas around healthcare and I want you to take a listen to specific bite of what he had to say. I think I know that the senator says she's for Bernie Yeah. I'm for Barack. I think the obamacare worked. I think the way we added to it replace everything that's been cut at a public option guarantee that everyone will be able to have affordable assurance. I guess we should clarify. Senator says she's for Bernie. He's he's referring to Elizabeth. Elizabeth Warren yes exactly and you know the Biden. Campaign sees this argument as a clear strength for him in war and world and people sort of laugh at the idea that health insurance people like their health insurance company. They'll say people like their doctor. They like their nurse and Massachusetts. Senator doesn't really want to take the bait in specifically wind Biden is pushing around this idea of taxes and costs which is something we saw last night. They feel like that's an intellectually dishonest honest argument about whether or not taxes on the middle class will go up the thing that really you ought to look at total cost but I would say look a lot of voters aren't going to get that distinction between between costs and and taxes kind of lost in the details what they're essentially acknowledging your taxes would go up aren't they but they're saying your other cost your other healthcare costs would go down in many cases so we've got Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren favouring Medicare for all but as Dominica mentioned Joe Biden was not the only person saying wait but let's do something a little more a little more moderate here and Dominica just mentioned actually specifically Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar who defended many times this idea of healthcare Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders has made a point of saying he wrote the Damn Bill around Medicare for all so he knows that people are mischaracterizing it well. Here's what Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar had to say about that while Bernie wrote the bill I read the bill and on page eight age eight of the bill. It says that we will no longer have private insurance as we know it. I don't think that's a bold idea. I think it's it's a bad idea and this idea of eliminating choice is something we also heard from south. Bend Indiana me or Buddha judge who tied his idea his plan called a medicare for all who want it and basically he says that you should trust the American voters to do what they want to have the sense to choose what they opt for okay so quite substantive debate bait there. Maybe not a lot that was new but people could sit there and look at the differences between the candidates. Now we mentioned that there were ten Democrats on stage but sometimes it seemed seemed almost like there were eleven. Let's listen I WANNA give credit I to Barack Obama for really bringing us this far. We we all know huge debt to President Obama who fundamentally transformed healthcare in America and of course we owe a debt of gratitude to President Barack Obama Dominica at sounds like President Obama had a pretty good bay. It's quite a difference from what we've heard in past debates when they've been pretty critical of Obama's tenure as not progressive aggressive enough of those newly warm feelings tell me they recognize Biden still in the lead and just how important older black voters who've been really supporting Biden are to who wins this nomination. I mean President Obama is still very popular within the Democratic Party and a lot of voters who we've talked to on the campaign trail sorta chafed at this idea that there were sort of dismissing him especially with President trump in the White House. They're saying well. How far do they want to go? we kind of liked to what President Obama had to do. I guess we should be explicit about this of course Joe Biden. Having Been Barack Obama's vice president naturally associated with Obama's record Glenn he's wrapped himself in President Obama and everyone else has sort of seeded the lane which was kind of jaw dropping to be totally honest. There was also a difference last night on gun laws Beto total rourke Democrat of Texas noted early on that his city. I'll pass oh just suffered a mass shooting just weeks ago and he was pretty definite about assault style rifles hell yes. We're GONNA take your fifteen. Ak47 what does he want to do. And how does that. Compare to the other candidates on stage so he's proposing a mandatory gun buyback program Stephen you heard that line was so enthusiastically received in the debate hall all but that that just shows you. It's really popular maybe with the activist base of the Democratic Party. Most of the candidates do agree on some sort of version of voluntary gun buyback back program but our work is going further with this mandatory idea. I think what's really interesting. Is that when you look at the broader electorate mandatory Tori gun buybacks are really controversial recent. NPR PBS Newshour Mayor's poll found that forty six percent of Americans are against Congress passing such legislation Asian forty five percent are in favour and really the divide splits along partisan lines Dominica one of the question for you. We've talked about the five or six leading candidates. It's did anybody a little bit further down in the polls standout. All you know you look at over work. I mean he certainly was in full remote reboot mode of his candidacy and all these other candidates are starting to feel the heat and they were really trying some hail Marys yet Andrew Yang with this competition to give out a thousand dollars to to ten different people. Amy Klobuchar went for broke in the moderate Lane it who Leon Castro forcefully going after Joe Biden at several turns so you had a lot out of these candidates realizing that votes are going to be cast shortly and had to take some risks last night the Medico s Mahala. Thanks so much you're welcome. That's that's. NPR's here's dominicos Montinaro and NPR's Esfahan. The trump administration is changing what qualifies is as the waters of the United States the head of the Environmental Protection Agency signed off on the repeal of an Obama era era regulation for many years federal law has aimed to limit pollution in lakes and rivers the administration of President Obama extended that rule in ways that would regulate pollution on wetlands and smaller waterways they were to be regulated in part because they flow into the bigger waterways. EPA Administrator a straighter Andrew Wheeler argued that rolling back that rule would reassure farmers and home builders and landowners NPR's brought is covering this story for us and he's on the line naked morning hey steve what regulation exactly so what scrapping regulation that was finalized in the waning days of the Obama Administration called the waters of the the US rule or for short okay because you know as well as I do Steve Every federal policies only as strong as its acronym. That's not on August acronym. I got but anyway go basically with the waters United States did was tried to define which rivers streams wetlands and lakes should deserve protection under the Clean Water Act the clean water act itself largely limits pollution in big navigable waterways. That's the term in the actual statute but court decisions including a ruling from the Supreme Court left the door or open for protections to expand off of those bigger waterways so like you said not just the river but the stream that feeds into it or the wetland next to it and Obama wanted to basically officially officially extend federal water protections to that larger connected water system with this regulation. I guess we should just underline the basic problem. Here is gravity. You want to protect the rivers. The Big rivers offers you WANNA protect the big lakes but essentially all land I mean everything flows downhill into something and so how do you how far you extend that protection inland. Why did the trump trump administration consider Obama's approach to be a power grab? Well you know this change was not terribly popular with a number of groups farmers developers minors they saw all this is they did many Obama environmental regulations as a federal land grab in an overreach of what the Clean Water Act was actually intended to do and look the rules certainly expanded federal water protections to new waterways but was I think was as is the case with a lot of these policies one way or the other There's a lot of rhetoric where the on the ground impact is a a little harder to discern part of that be in this rule is because it was immediately challenged in court by some of the groups that we just mentioned and the trump administration was clear from let's start that this rule was one of its top environmental targets so in some ways it was kind of a dead rule walking. Oh so we never really found out how much landowners and other other people might have been affected had this rule been fully implemented. No it was only implemented in two thousand fifteen and and and was challenged by a number of states so do we have any sense now of how landowners and other people will be affected now that the rule is conclusively debt again say you know those groups are groups are thrilled ruled by this decision. EPA Chief Andrew Wheeler announced repeal to applause at the National Association of Manufacturers Headquarters yesterday but this rule like many many of the trump administration's regulatory rollbacks is going to be challenged in court so at the end of the day the impact is probably going to be discerned by court decision very very briefly as my drinking water is supposed to be affected by this again hard to say you know in the media the federal water protections are GonNa Revert back to where they were in nineteen
"aspe" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"Notably in the Royal Navy, and army of the UK, the United Kingdom. How the hell he got a hold of one of those bad boys when he was so young? I've no idea by eight to twelve and eighteen eighty two young strange fish also starts regularly visiting public bath houses to secretly watch young boys. Undress not all that creepy twelve for young homosexual bisexual to do that. But I do find it creepy here because of what I know about his later life about his about his interest in a certain demo around the age of eleven or twelve Albert also enters into his first homosexual relationship with local telegraph boy who may have been the first person to introduce him to piss drinking and shit. Eating the more I learn about his childhood the more. I appreciate having friends. The friends that I did. When I grew up like my friends may have encouraged me to do stupid shit like Haydn up on a hill and thrown apples at cars, and trucks passing, you know, down through town on highway, which is a real good way to fire befriends data to sleepover. But no one ever asked me to literally eat their shit, and for that I am thankful little else has written about little birdie, but buffet he reaches the age of fifteen eighteen eighty five that year he stops going to high school starts working as a house painter and apparently, it's pretty good at it. It's a skill you'd be able to make money on off and on throughout his life and eighteen ninety day to twenty hour moves to New York City with his siblings and mother. He gets work in New York is a painter and decorator, which gives him unsupervised access to various peoples apartment buildings, which is not good. He later claimed that his job also gave him access to a lot of unintended children really not good. And when he thought he could get away with it. He claimed that he started luring young boys down into basements, where it would be less likely to have someone hear them screaming when he was attacking raping them over the course of his life. You'd claim to attack somewhere around four hundred kids our claims usually targeted targeted black children thinking that the police were less likely to investigate their complaints. Do was very aware of how horrible his behavior was at the same time you'd be ending to molest, and rape, young boys. He also began re regularly visiting brothels where he'd pay local adult prostitutes of both sexes to whip and beat the ever loving shit out of him. And I'm guessing he also paid them for a variety of other kinky sexual acts as other. There's also no way some of those prostitutes didn't shit on old birdie, buddy. I mean I don't I don't think I don't. I don't think they had to have to be sure. Let's check in with an expert of a plays, welcome. Sometime fen feminist activists. And all of the time pimping and prostitution expert chicken Joe into the south dungeon. Playboy by by the defecation sanitize is difficult combination put off improper sexual situation. You wanna table him. Bow down your knees off to Brown. Eat butter Shaw cuff, putting cholera hepatitis dysentery and you good. Fuca. Salmonella e-coli whole lot of different types of fuss ends virus all gonna make your body starts Russ when you much on that. Nasio aspe-, still Decima, clean, bub, ding, Ling, it, don't never play as Molly you sick, as Musleh half wit chicken, Joe love a warm hole, but not wanna be spraying. You feel me. You hear what I'm saying? Yeah. Yeah. There you go solid medical advice from chicken, Joe that what she can show his way of saying that eating feces is a good way to catch a variety of bacterial viral and parasitic infections. So maybe don't do it so much knowledge in one chickeny pin person. Now back to fish. Nearly a decade after moving in New York City in eighteen ninety eight hour gets married to twenty six year old socialite and New York City. Opera patron Edith Rockefeller daughter of industrials and oil baron. John Davison Rockefeller. John D Rockefeller is widely considered one of the richest people in modern history..
"aspe" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"I can be annoying. If you're a writer. I know if an comes I know this the shoe's on the other foot. Yeah. Have it in lines for the people to say come on say it like this no say the way, it's written may? So I understand that thing. But Jeff, and I respect for each of the so we prepared to listen to each other. And I talked to John s Berringer St. and he told me about the rehearsal process this which was about four weeks something like that. Yeah. That's right. John aspe- drove this enthusiasms infectious. Even when everyone else was grumbling gone really be any good. Maybe it'll be blah, blah, blah. He was always we've got to do this. You've got to play this role. It's gonna be great just real I in fact, eventually sort of like his enthusiasm. You just submit to it easier. It's easier. From the outset. I was I I was anxious about it. But we had three weeks always hustle where extensively we would just rehearsing the dances, and the sketches and some of the physical things we do in the film with Toby Sedgwick who is a of clown advise does work the national theatre variable respects it and really lovely bloke today. So we we went to just went to the physical stuff. I'll John s bad was prepping the movie joined the joined the dancer hills something else happened, which is John C Ryan I gots to Novi to the very well as our selves and also developed to kind of a rhythm with each other as STAN Dali because the toughest thing very making. This is not the. The physical stuff and the precise stuff and looking sounding light them, which you can do a bit of practice and move like them. It's trying to get under the skin and bring them to life. I make the relationship between them all fence a made the audience cab is don't care about them or Fininvest in some way, you haven't got films. Matt how clever all our house dances. All that's what makes the film work tone. I also had a so personal connection an trust each other translated into a relationship, but represents the one lone hardy had good. A good thing. I said at the beginning about the life of of STAN it's there for both STAN on only in this movie. So that, you know, not to give ending a win the movie, but when they do have naked the emotional moments with each other, you really feel it you really feel the weight of those years of a friendship, and in some cases enmity as well. I agree. Yeah. I realize I realize I wasn't Antequera state. But. So this was shot because I was you you'd worked with John on that one scene in homes at once, but was up before or after this that was after okay. I was saying there the day because people said some really nasty things about I was a little rubbish and everything, but I'm saying that they John, you know, people say, I always love rotation always. But I think in twenty is time and the dust is settled and people are able to look I was Muslim objectively. I think people say it's still rubbish..
"aspe" Discussed on On The Ledge
"This week. I'm kicking off with a question about plants for doc and poorly ventilated spaces, and then I'll be bringing you some more insights from my Dutch trip will be finding out why it's the Koreans who are the best at cactus grafting. And why smaller is better when it comes to breeding a garvey's, but first we're making up this week. So let's deal with our question. It comes through Fatima. She wants to spruce up the place where she lives, which is rented accommodation, and she's worried because it's got terrible ventilation and some areas, especially the staircase get very little sunlight, she's trying to find plants the conservative in these areas and will help to clean the air, but she can't find enough material or resources, she wants applaud in her room and the bathroom both have windows, but also radiators she doesn't want to get plants that won't be able to. Survive and she wants spill to take care of them. Well, I'm sure I can help. There are many aspects to this question, and it's difficult to know where to start let's start with ventilation. Poor ventilation can be a problem for some house plants that are likely to get things like powdery mildew. I've thinking of things like well prime candidate might be something like an impatience or Pagonia these plants tend to succumb to powdery mildew mill g which looks like a kind of dusting of white on the surface of the leaves. It's a fungal infection. And this often happens when the plant isn't getting enough air circulation. So I'd have those kind of plants if you want to improve ventilation. Well, of course, you can always open a window. I guess on a staircase. That's not so easy. You can also introduce some fans into the environment. Just to keep the air moving make sure they're not trained on the plants, but on the in-between. But I wouldn't worry too much about terrible ventilation in terms of a lot of the common house plants, which will be more troubled by drafts of cold de than they would be by stagnant. In fact, some houseplants might actually help to improve the air quality, which is something that you're ofter. I should say upcoming episode which is going to major on this issue how to improve air quality with house plants, and I'm talking to researcher who's been studying this looking at how the volatile organic compounds. In other words, air pollutants can be removed by house plants, or at least some house blondes and also how CO two carbon dioxide can be processed by house plants. There's a lot to it. That's why I'm dedicating an whole episode to it. But basically, one of the things you should bear in mind is that a lot of those activities of removing pollutants and CO two only happen at quite high light concentrations. So. So in Fatma's dark corners of her flats or -partment, she's unlikely to find that the plants are doing a massive amount. In terms of cleaning up the air. I think you've gotta plump for the real toughie of the house plant world. I hasten to go on again about aspe- districts, in fact, just to say if you do want to him he took a bit more about aspe- districts again Choon into the hot house podcast, which I'm featuring on this week. I'll put the link in my show notes or just Google hothouse. Jane Perron and you'll find me there. It's a chance for me to bang on about my favorite topics with lovely Leah Chana. Do you recommend hothouse as a fantastic Plotti pod? So do check that out. Although you don't have to starve episode, of course, anyway back to question. Yes. Aspe- district would be good in this kind of environment because they applaud that survived the terribly polluted air of the Victorian home. So they will be absolutely fine in. The stagnant air of your place fat my, and they also won't mind. The low light conditions much either try to keep the plants far away as possible from your radiators. The death knell of any house blonde. These being sat on top of radiata that dry heat will kill most things pretty fast. Interestingly peace lily, or specif- film is one of the best plants for removing VOC's and CO two from the air..
Florida counties working to meet recount deadline
"Three o'clock as mandated by law. Every county is supposed to complete a recount in very close races, including for Senator and governor last minute lawsuits and a plea from democratic Senator Bill Nelson have not changed that nor has news that at least one big Florida county is unlikely to make the deadline NPR political correspondent asthma holidays in that county Palm Beach county. Hey there. Hey, good morning. So I'm just looking at a map here Palm Beach county, right? Next to Broward County at south Florida. It's outside of Miami, beautiful beaches and so forth, but what's going wrong? Well, so far at this point. They just have not been able to it looks like meet the deadline, and it would really be a miracle at this point if they're able to do this and part of this is that they have these machines that are older. And so they can only recount individually one race at a time. So they got gotta run the governor's the Senate race. I then they're gonna run the governor's race. So Susan Booker who's the election supervisor has really said that she's in prayer mode that they'll actually finish this. I have to say that I'm working as hard as I can get any more. You know, why this is our democracy? And I'm here to count every vote, and I will take the time that's required. And you can see I haven't been home for three days. Steve the thing is there is this looming deadline, but for hours yesterday, there was just one machine running, and that's because on top of the fact that they have these older machines. They've also had tech difficulties with these machines they overheated on Tuesday. And that meant that they had to recount a hundred and seventy five thousand early ballots that they had all ready recounted in a nutshell, though, if they're not able to meet that deadline, according to Florida law, the provisional results that they've already submitted to the state, those are the ones that are gonna stand. Okay. So that may be what we end up with in Palm Beach county, and we'll see other counties are turning in their recounted results. There's this three pm deadline. What happens after that? Well, if a race comes down to being within a quarter of a percent, then there will be a manual recount. And in the governor's race. This is likely not going to be the what's hit. Right. So the governor's race we're likely to see some results after today that are more official. But in the Senate race, Republican Rick Scott leads Democrat Bill Nelson by about twelve thousand five hundred votes, which translates to point one five percent. So in a race like that we're going to have a manual recount most likely I will not be all of the ballots. It's just going to be those people who had either chosen multiple candidates who had not chosen a candidate. At all the official returns are then do by noon on Sunday. And I do want to say one quick thing though about eight last minute. Judge's ruling that we saw this morning. She ruled in favor of a challenge by Bill Nelson to give voters until Saturday to correct any issues with mismatched signature this decision is going to affect only Floridians who cast their ballots by mail or voted provisionally. So it's a limited four thousand plus people as a pretty narrow decision. But that's where things stand that is the timeline assuming they are no more rulings from the judge today. Okay. Could further delay the deadline, asthma, very briefly. What are you hearing from Floridians about all of this? Yes, I have been in and really Steve locals. Tell me that they are embarrassed and frustrated one Republican woman told me that they feel like they look like fools to the rest of the country that people don't seem to understand really why this is happening. They feel like it makes their county look suspicious, and what I will say Steve is this frustration feels fairly bipartisan and a big part of this problem. You know, people are saying is the technology. These outdated machines, the county Palm Beach county is planning on getting more modern machines by twenty twenty. But overall people wanna feel like this is gonna work NPR's s Muhammad in Palm Beach county, Florida aspe-, thanks.
"aspe" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Getting ready for spring plant sale. We have a lot of stuff has to be booked. This fall off we're going to get it. So you know, that's what I'm doing hot and heavy now. So what what are you mostly going for like the plants? Well, you know, we Shriver unusual things you know, that are short supply and spring. I'm looking at some of the things we're going to have some new and unusual varieties of aspe- district. Of course, everybody wants the very gated fancy as every year the spiderweb, plus the variegated ones. So if you don't book those early you can't get them. I mean. Yeah. Making a list? So anyway, that's we're looking for mostly unusual stuff. The new introductions the things that are coming out this year in Perennials for people to try. And then of course, you know, the the some of the Staples. But you know, we're doing some things like this year. Well for probably from here only. Forward. We're own day lilies. Were just focusing on re bloomers. There is another some excellent ones an artery bloomers, but we're going to move towards the more flowers a better. Yeah. Oh my gosh. The day lilies. Are amazing all the ones they've been. Yeah. The re bloomers I love it. So does sound good definitely have to make a list because when I'm doing landscapes and trying to get a little different or some native or a whole seasonal thing. And we know a lot of plants you just say, oh, this is perfect. And then you realize it does it it's short supply here. Because a lot of people are using it. Or is this something new that hasn't been entered east? Yeah. Right. So I'm looking forward to having all of those kind of a plant that's gonna give them. Wow. From the day. They plan it all through the winter and everything in in. When you're developing a garden, you're looking for things to accent different times of the years. Right. So an ornamental grass. May not be spectacular until he gets its fall color or. In bloom in there. Something of some aspect of it just makes it a wonderful plant to use in combination. With other thing, I think so too. I think it softens and the other thing is ornamented Grass's come in all sizes from lead. Yes. Up to like, the hardy sugarcane, it gets voted fifteen feet tall and in a rundown the Janet Reid. Yeah. That you see a country places in the front yard one. Big clump of it. Yeah. And so with the fall come fall here or is the winner here. Oh my goodness. It's still great to landscape though. A great time. Very bland thing is I just get their rates are able to grow more. They don't have to concentrate on making that upper foliage any foliage and some a lot of folks it's moved here from northern areas. They they never have understood that you can plant right now. And I can see why you couldn't up there though. Sisters in Colorado. And I said, well, how's the gardening going up there? She does not good. It's thirty two. You know, where you have areas of long snowpack and in the ground freezing. It's difficult to do things. Yeah. You know, you don't have to go to terribly far north of here to wear roses are treated like annuals, you know, you bother them. You plant them every year. Some people will do, you know, put a cone Overman star foam and all this. But when you're looking at spending fifteen twenty twenty five dollars for a plant that's going to bloom from the time, you put it in basically all the way to fall. It's it's it's just like investing in abyss. That's exactly that's true. And you're gonna get those really best flowers that first year, you'll have less disease and insect problems the first year, so he just took them out each year and snort over and with the the onset of the the rose rosette. You know, we may end up being that way here, man. Oh, man. You know where we just play it roses. Enjoy them throw them away and replant them. I can't imagine. That's just not southern. Yeah. And a lot of of it can be passed on with your pruning, which is. So it's just weird to believe that you can do that fungal spores and everything are so small we're talking far here. Yeah. Yeah. Like, it's almost spread of virus on a pair of any kind of plant juices left owner has just loaded with it. You know? So it's that easy. You know there. Focus on article just a week or so ago UT's got about twenty roses that are showing good resistance to it. But there it's going to be a long time before we have good quality cutting roses that are resistant. You know, it's it's pretty much. It's hidden any type it does hit any type of rows. It's less likely in the harbor t's just because the way they grow. When you look at a a knockout, it's like a little catcher's mitt. It blocks the wind at catches everything that goes into it. But with a hybrid tea that's grown, and you may have half a dozen kings. It's open and airy wind blows through it your chances of getting it or a lot less likely, but not impossible. That's true. Well, the knockout roses are like Bramble sometimes, you know, so where we talking like a hedger and just had Jim in half. And because they're so hardy and the hedger's not going to carry the virus. Unless I throw it all the way down. Well, went bad roasted good. It was spread in Bartlett were they had them all in the meetings there. They just they just cheers. And just went right now. Spread it from one to the other. So how do you you just it's just really hard? That is all we cut them off. And then actually inside a lot of times. We'll take out some of the bigger canes just to have it more open. And it's not everyone we do. And sometimes that seems overboard but dependent on where they're adding a person's landscape. You know, you they wanted it there, and then it just got out of hand. And so if you get it back in shape printing, the insides out air it up make it area. Then it's easier for them to maintain space real. Well. Alexa there so vigorous you can take them back to ten fifteen inches tall every year. If you want to and they're going to be hip high by the. And in full bloom within thirty days or so that is true. You know? Roses in the north a bed. You could bring a man and containers, and they wouldn't have as many problems as a habit would when you bring it in. Well, I mean roses still have to go through a doormat period. So they going to have to get cold. I mean, you could dig them up and put them in a garage at freezes thing, but it's just so much easier. Just by new I know, I know it's what we're in the nurture biz. Yeah. Yeah. Now, that's why that's why you're saying that saying just leave out when let me fix that. The only last season. Alright just keep planting. And what else is trees? I don't say I hardly ever install a tree in a landscape. I'm saying hardly ever. Like, this one place, we're gonna do seven and this other place, we're going to do twenty. But kind of a whole it's always seems like at each house. I would go to somebody would need attorney. But nobody thinks about the fact that, you know, trees just standing there that your whole landscape his show, a beauty to you. So they always skimp on getting the trees. But also, you know, people also planned to think about when you put the tree up there in your front yard is your whole garden begins to change as it gets some size on your grass dies first thing. Okay. Right. But the plants that were in son that liked it or going to get less sun. So last year. Let's be real careful about. Planning that tree in what you want is for size, decoration and. Yeah. And you know, if you're after shade, then you know, you got to realize that the world changes up underneath. Yeah. People don't think about that. Plus, you know trees you've got some that can be thirty feet wide fifty feet wide sixty feet wide. But then you've got some that grow upright to they're still wide, but you can get the upright oaks more. So in your yard, some folks a lot of clients have said that they didn't want a tree that would take over their entire front yard, which you say the big big oaks, but you can go with the more narrow taller. Okay. So you can get a few more trees in your yard. I mean any trees are great to have in their good for our wildlife. And I know a squirrel likes to run in the trees and also don't plan it against your house. Basically the trees have so much benefit. Right..
"aspe" Discussed on WHOA That's Good Podcast
"What is the world missing right now that maybe I have that can offer and grow you do that. And honorable no. And I think like gymnastics, you know, again, like I'm so thankful for like that first chapter my life, but I've truly had to kinda relearn things in just a lot of different things in my life and priorities. And and for so many years. It was truly about trying to be the bastion. No. I've felt like, you know, I was I was defined by what color medal, I got one place that I finished in. So when I when I was finally able to realize that life isn't. You know, going to be you're not going to be defined by a gold medal. First place finish, you know, having the highest salary the best job title, you know, having the most Instagram followers, like it's really really difficult in this world that we live with your show in constantly just like comparing ourselves to others as a beyond to, you know, being in this together in helping each other out in not just like competing with each other of out outset I love like 'cause the whole podcast. The one question is like what's the best piece of advice you've ever been given? And I think that the beauty of everything just said is it's like I love how this is not poses like what Civis vice eeking give. It's like, no what's best of is even giving because even that and it self you have to posture self to open your heart out to recede from somebody else. And then you're really not promoting yourself. You're promoting somebody else gave you that advice that they gave you and I want you to hit on this last question. Aspe- love that your advice from your mom and. I know that year you always talk about your parents, and how you've just learned a lot from them. And you're so honoring to your parents, and like not everybody is that way. Not everybody even think especially kids are willing to open their heart even open their ears to like hearing receiving what their parents are going to say to them. And so I would love you to just hit on just your relationship with your parents. And like when you maybe something switch, and you like, oh, I should really start listening because they let really gotta figure it out. And I like really don't like what what that look like in your life. Well, I think because like the first, you know, almost basically quarter of my life was still gymnastics. Like, I definitely always listen to them and the gym just knowing that like, okay, we'll, you know, their world and Olympic champions. They obviously know what they're talking about. But I think it was really like, and so I always respected in Meyer them. But I think it was really after gymnastics, and you know, I. Literally picked up in move from Texas to New York City to start going to school at NYU. And I think like that moment were left. I'm the only child to zone small, you know, just me..
"aspe" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"Autistic pride day today autistic pride day celebrating autistic identity neuro diversity of those on the autism spectrum the potential that they have to live fulfilling lives focus on the autism being different not the disability the day was started by a group called aspe's for freedom espy's being autistic people right espy's where that name come from doing that i thought that would be i'm guessing but i thought that might be related to ask burgers which is also on the spectrum that would be my guess so there's a lot of focus on line to this a lot of people around the country and around the world with events picnics autism walks the day symbolise the rainbow infinity symbol which represents diversity with infinite variations and infinite possibility so who knows that other than these people i thought that the rainbow was the rainbow coalition people to get together who want to have pride in their sexual orientation really important but it's some yeah confuses people there's so many ribbons and colors i can't keep track of anything anymore well there's so many causes it's hard to keep track of them i think that's part of the everybody's.
"aspe" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC
"Welcome back this is the 20minute abc with me harry stabbings and you can find me on snapchat at h dubbing would to be used or lance get a personal response remain an exciting news if you did not listen to our absolute recliner perkins being gordon on monday that really is a must by the way then you will not have heard that the 20minute vc now has a fantastic app essentially is your centralized home but we'll things 20minute bc so you can easily tag episodes and go back to them later days easily find him by resources mentioned in the show a most important me for me to continue improving the content you can race episodes and provide feedback a huge science to jason humphreys for all his work to make the apples brilliant as the days and you can find it on the app store by searching twenty b c plus to'serve e c i'd love to hear what you think however to the show today i'm one of my many joys of this role is shining a light on some of the incredible individuals who maybe do not have the public attention of others but of course ecosystems and that's very much the case today and i'm thrilled to welcome david waxman founding partner ten one 10 ventures one of the leading new venture funds in the right using tide of la tack that portfolio companies have been at exit from the likes of facebook google amazon cisco airbnb and include companies like ecommerce pioneer and unicorn wished and the walls leading aspe services platform adam up as for david price tam one ten key enjoyed incredible success in operation starting with the founding of his first company firefly in 1995 an early pinay in personalization amd previously technology which he sold to microsoft in 1998 davidenko founded people pc company dedicated to simplifying the process of joining the online world the company went public in two thousand one and was acquired by earthlink in two thousand and to.
"aspe" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Before the gray we heard how linda's fledgling company endeavor made a huge slash by nurturing the talented a young entrepreneur with a big idea after just eighteen months he sold a startup for seven hundred fifty million dollars his six sas spark the imagination of other young people who thought if wednesday's can do it i cantu without success linda begin enlisting impresarios across latin america think globally and invest locally but then it was really in two thousand when i got called him into a room by pedro aspe the former finance minister nestor of mexico who is then leading the largest private equity firm and he had gathered a group of about twelve individuals and before i walked in the room someone said to me when did you know what percentage of mexico's gdp is in this room and as it now and i don't think i want to and one of the people in the rim simple why are all these entrepreneurs coming out of chilean arjun t in brazil even earned wide like what's wrong with mexico so in my oh politically astute way tshikalanga says well hearing next the cow you're the big fish and think of entrepreneurs is the little fish and here the big fish tend to eat the little finish since if he wants unlike in denver think of us like an aquarium where you can learn to feed the little fish sure and they all signed up and in fact a decade later amelio's gotta as one of his magazines had uh survey on entrepreneurship in the country and that headline was big fish feeding the little fish this headline big fish feeding little fish is funny but it's also profoundly important if you're a big fish like those magnets sitting around the table with linda mexico city you need the little fish paradoxically your longterm survived depends on feeding them instead of eating because.
"aspe" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones
"My philosophy on these things is kind of like okay you ever dozen a day appraiser you too young to really been at the dead prisoner i mean i am too young players respect the institutioal i al even know if i do necessarily but here's the thing would depress is that day praise has a really dope records they were kind of firing angry to head debt quality tool but the thing were they would always making sense it's all one level yes there's but so much as you'd expect in terms of like the intellectualism andy abyss miloje that is being used by a musician right leg day there's no barrier there that says that they have to be able to pass on test but what you decide jiggle beat his guy than i feel like i get to hold you to the scrutiny that comes from making the decision that you're going to go in that direction so that's i felt about the banana boat speech to aspe's right allah etienne tomlinson at a hall of fame ravioli autos guys had the best of intentions neelum all we are hard graders and we're hard graders in a time where we really hard graders or other people easy graders were hard graders at a time when everyone is grading on a curve there we go the bars low the bar is real low end not only as the bar low but the platform that these guys have is legitimate it's huge lebron james if you're doing a power rankings of people who can create headlines out of thin air lebron james is on the short list of people who threw speech and through ideas will cause some discussion a public discussion and so he has the ability i mean when he said i have a voice of command that sounded weirdly kind of like government military phraseology but at the same time it was kind of true when he talks people listen and that was raised in artfully but where we come in is pointing out that the guide does sound like someone who is pointing to trump and saying the sky sox and then saying who wants a pizza party when you're running for student council on your promising pizza parties like yeah that sounds great we all love pizza we all want love.
"aspe" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Shift gears airports in australia remain under heightened security today after four men were arrested they were allegedly plotting an attack on an aircraft the men were building a device to spread poison gas inside a plane airports are experiencing delays we understand today is travellers face more intense baggage screening because of that australian transport minister darren chester i want to reassure destroying travelling public that they should go there the travels travel for business with alicia knowing that the security prisons are in place to make sure that you and he's complete safely police say it was an islamic inspired plot but they didn't linked the plan to a specific terrorist group anything treasurehunting went out of style around the same time the blackbeard did but searching for buried valuables is still alive and well in parts of the american west for one man his hunt took what may be a dad lee turn abc's stephanie romme's reports the mystery deepening around dimissing treasure hunter who disappeared while looking for gold and jewels in the rocky mountains thirty one girls eric aspe's friends say he move to colorado to find two million dollars worth of treasure supposedly hidden by eumexico art dealer and collector four then the clues mapped out in fence two thousand ten book the thrill of the chase when somebody finds a test they're going to be shocked police say a witness called 911 june 28th saying a raft along the arkansas river with multiple people and it capsized others got out ashby did not but when police arrived no no one was there officials discovered human remains friday afternoon but they have not yet been identified the hunt for reaches already blamed for two deaths it's an intriguing story for sure an update their with abc's stephanie romme's nine eighteen on colorado's morning news coming up still on all the turnpike was getting it morning traffic coming up in three minutes july ending a little below normal for this time of the year do we stay there your forecast is coming up the colorado rockies are back in town on his first through august six to take on the.
"aspe" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang
"Now you know that's to sequel to leonard six our i would've what else jason boyega of course the hundred this get made podcast or in the year wolf net when you guys getting to five hundred episode not for a very long time for very long time we are incredibly successful so we're going slow you do one episode of the month and get yep sure they make aspe's mount dora couple of mini showed up there don't sanitize wet we're not drenching people in apps anything to work there are all they're all between mexico in a weird you're going to clear now you're bugging trump's transparent war we're going to fill the us with weather and then we're going to put a plug into orly orlando it does not leak into his makeup in us will be eurobonds groundplan you will be about grumbled will be opt out ceylon say i know the you will be given me go must be who you know when is that now some sometime this summer outside lands me at all rail race just hang out in the national park around mid august comedy comedy says recess thoughts up around you someplace watch out for bears all sorts in blood i am one of my favorite three favorite comedians are eddie murphy and died alec baldwin and junk reverse right so i check out john gabor's has like a little podcast side project he's doing called action boys petri on so finding their way and you must be very excited about the emmy award nominations for alec baldwin arm super pumped that finally my favorite cast member on snl is getting his time the guy gets a break i write advanced remand fit for making for the president yeah that's funny that's free your somebody has the balls to do it you should watch it.
"aspe" Discussed on WGTK
"Was the arthur ashe award which is one that's given the somebody who makes a big difference miss an impact on those can't speak for themselves around them and we had some celebrities sightings here of course center at the reason why you get the signature athletes but then you get some ones that are off the off the cuff a little not so much bill murray is not offthecuff as you always see him out there for some sort of game woah big cubs fan of course so bill murray out there to accept the board for the best moment when that was the chicago cubs winning the world series which you know that was handmade net game in team in that should have been up for many awards however it seemed like everyone got a trophy and aspe's this year am where's those those people that just hate that sort them in telling that everybody gets a trophy because kevin durant god i think best championship performance and then russell westbrook goes home with the best male athlete award and kevin iranian look like he was having a good time at all i'm not sure why but maybe yeah i think these guys are these are athletes know which award is going to come their way prior to the event which is why they may or may not show up but paid manning hosted the show and that was entertaining if your pain manning fan this is not going to go away after leaving foot after retiring from football areas is hosting the sps and and making people laugh and i think he's laughing at himself as well yeah he but only good show lie i the most the combat the big thing that happened in the show i think the best part was when bill murray got some champagne port on his head by nick offer men fear parks and rec fanny like nick offer men and david rossi which is with the cubs so that was probably the best moment after was oh after the show does overs just kinda like that was pretty anticlimactic but you know it is what it is so the.
"aspe" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"To be handled by atrophy control later and they also can be a busy summer with seven hundred seventy thousand flights being guided by a traffic control as forty thousand more in last year massimo fizz chief executive of national traffic savage good morning see googling hit an as understand evening brayton quite a few records in the last few weeks in this regard how you managing these place so it starts off with little planning we not one the year in advance planning where the across in the b share choose working with the airlines and working with air traffic controllers to make sure that we have a plan that we can execute that site that's above all everything else his is executing that safely so so we wanna be say that you're stretched in disguise rather crowded bus truce a wheel approaching the limit of what the skies can handle with the airspace that we have in place of the routes that we currently have in place are becoming text me crowded on the busiest as we sometimes have to reroute aircraft to make sure that we can get everybody to their destinations on time if the government is consulting on this consultation on aspe's placed in may said it says being addressed it's starting to be addressed so over the last couple of years the government's run a consultation around the framework for how you change as they say should be considered noise should we can see the fuel should we consider a capacity and they will take latte stable guide aden's when it comes out and use that to change the space modernize it to be fit for the next century and how long does that take the whole process takes a them wild up to probably two years two to three years for consultation because we can solve with local communities save millions and millions of people will have a say in aircraft flying over the house overseas a big deal for communities the local power she's so so he's said very long process where we take the fat from everyone said that's going to be the stickingpoint rarely the impact this has on residents that subsea the stickingpoint local communities a very obviously concerned about what more traffic might look like but actually modernizing it means we can keep aircraft high falungong we can happen to send more steeply in the community because modern aircraft more capable than the types of aircraft that were in service when they say space was resigned to these routes designed the old aircraft we can.