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"baltimore city" Discussed on WTOP
"From Ashburn fields, disappointed to lose, I think, a legendary baseball player. I knew it was coming. It's obviously disappointing, but I kind of understand it. That's Georgia who moved up here from Texas after the 2019 World Series, Graham from Washington, D.C., meanwhile, was here, enjoyed the title and has faith. We've done it before. We'll rebuild it again and win another World Series. At nationals park, Dave Preston, WTO news. And right now, if a stray bullet wounded a young person along the inbound Baltimore Washington Parkway at kenilworth avenue in hyattsville, yesterday afternoon, it happened around 2 p.m., part police say the victim was hit during gunfire between two other cars. The injuries were not serious, and the person did not want any medical treatment. Parts of the Parkway were closed for more than an hour, the traffic center says the lanes are now open. The former Baltimore city police officer accused of molesting children at his wife's day care was denied bail yesterday in Baltimore county. James weems made his first appearance in a county court after being extradited from D.C. where he was first arrested. County police confirming two WTO that the investigation is broadening, as investigators look into more potential victims, multiple outlets reporting that detectives are in the process of interviewing 93 kids that attended the little kids castle day care. At this point, he's facing 13 charges, including sexual abuse of three minors. Prosecutors say he was the man shot by his wife in a southwest hotel last month after she found out he was molesting kids at the day care she runs an owings mills. Weems next hearing is set for the end of August. Shane is still in WTO P news. It is three O 5. As you drive around D.C. you'll likely notice signs posted around school zones that tell you to slow down. But a new report shows the signs are not very effective. Many people who drive in D.C. don't seem to pay much attention to those slow down signs around schools. The traffic analytics firm in Rex reviewed data around 27 schools in the district and found that about 20% of drivers go at least ten miles an hour above the 15 mph speed limit in those areas. Speeders are more prevalent around schools in southeast and Southwest, as well as areas with the highest concentration of lower income students. One positive finding crashes were generally less severe in school zones, even as speed and crash rates remained similar to what they are along other roadways. In the district Nick high in LA, WTO P news. It's three O 6, a man is fighting for his life after being shot by his roommate in Columbia, Maryland a Tuesday night. Howard
"baltimore city" Discussed on WTOP
"Was storm team four. And Dimitri, we have that flash flood warning that includes northwest D.C., southeast Montgomery county, northwest prince George's county, north central Arlington, northeastern fairfax county. That is until midnight. The heaviest rain right now is right along route 50 in Washington and points off towards the east towards woodmore and also moving towards davidsonville. That's where the heaviest shower activity is right now as much as two inches of rain falling in a short period of time will cause more ponding of water on the roadways. We have additional shower starting to build back towards southern parts of Montgomery county, including Rockville, and that section of I two 70. So keep that in mind if you are traveling south from Gaithersburg, you'll hit a couple of downpours. The flood watch continues until 10 o'clock and we have the flash flood warning in Baltimore city that continues until 1145 p.m. a couple of additional showers coming into Baltimore right now. Overnight we'll have The Rain finally end temperatures in the upper 60s. Tomorrow we'll see a couple of showers early and then I promise some lower humidity by the afternoon with upper 80s, beautiful weather in the 4th of July with upper 80s and low humidity, more showers and storms late on Tuesday, highs around 90. 77 of Washington, we have 82 right now in Annapolis at BWI 75 and 72 right now in Gaithersburg storm team four is Chad Merrill. I appreciate that chat. It's 9 42. The Supreme Court term may be over, but concerns remain about security at the homes of the justices, the marshal of the U.S. Supreme Court is reaching out to Maryland governor Larry Hogan
"baltimore city" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Going on with Augusta fouls in Baltimore City. We're concerned about the audit in Baltimore County, and, you know, we've been pushing for accountability in our schools for quite a while. I know that the state investigator general is now looking into the Baltimore City school situation. And you know, it's under investigation. It's under investigation. The state investigator general is looking at it, and Hogan was then asked whether he not whether he thought there was criminal wrongdoing in this scandal. I let the prosecutors and investigators take that out and see where it leads. But certainly it looks as if there was definitely criminal wrongdoing took place. Well, we'll say We'll see if anybody is held accountable at all. Again. Probably not in Baltimore in Atlanta. Maybe some other cities they actually probably still have some shred of credibility left. But in Baltimore, all hope is lost. We think we shall see a 13 traffic, whether on the threes and with the update. Now, here is the king of all traffic. Mr Hot pockets. Johnson. I'll be glad when it stays over investigation even back with a week's over. It's been one of those weeks been wearing me out. Yes, it is. Unbelievable were brought to you as a service, a party's automotive 61 Back River Neck Road in Essex Jfx looking at your live at Northern Parkway. Towards 41st Street. Both sides of the roadway open looks good up towards Roxton Road looks good towards downtown that way is just crawling. I mean, it's just gone back to business as usual. The inner loop Liberty Road through Pikesville all the way to green spring, the outer Loop Harford Road to Providence and the West Side is 7 95 down through Frederick Road. Both the tunnels Key Bridge doing fine looked at 95 Russell Street. 3 95. The lanes are open there. The ongoing construction, of course on Russell Street Water View Avenue and at Annapolis Road, the new wreck in the city not far from Clifton Park, 2200 Block of Hartford Road, Let Bernie's automotive keep your vehicle safely on the road by checking your tires, brakes, batteries hoses right there at 601. Back River Neck Road in Essex and Bernie's Facebook page has all of their weekly specials. I'm sure quicker with traffic and weather on the threes on talk radio 6 80. W C B M. And the Weather Channel forecast. It's still the late summer but it's going to feel like fall at least for this morning rush of the day and into this evening. Sunny, mild.
"baltimore city" Discussed on Hand Me My Purse.
"Am still consistent with Giving you this podcast. Every first and fifteenth of the month. I continue to do the work that it takes to present it to you and it is not easy and it is hard work and so even if other people don't thank me i think myself i'm grateful for myself because showing gratitude for yourself is a form of self care and we all know that here at him in my first we are all about self care. I'm very grateful for my family. Grateful that my cousin stephanie. Excuse me my cousin. S r b was a guest on the show today so grateful for that. I'm grateful for my friends my supporters and of course you guys out there who keep on listening. I love you guys immensely. And i'm on inter share my time ama- energy with you especially if you keep coming back and i can't wait until the next time that we get to do this again. Which will be on august the first two thousand twenty one now before you exit out of whatever streaming service. You are using to listen to this podcast. I want you to stop what you're doing and if you haven't already done. So scroll up and go. Click subscribe or follow. If that's an option on the service that you're listening to. I want you to head on over to instagram and follow me at me. My purse score pa gas also. Follow me on twitter. At h m m. p. score podcast and on facebook. Just search him in my purse pocket. If you're listening on apple podcasts stitcher or pandora or any other medium that allows you to please rate and review the show or give it a thumbs up. Be sure to share amy. My personal friends loved ones. And even your enemies because the best way for people to find out about hammy in my purse is by you guys telling them body so telephone to what telephones telephone and i'm going to be reading a review today this reviews from jazzy. Five ten and this review says dropping magical. Auntie jen let me tell you how i sat down like. It was story time and got totally lost in this conversation. Yes conversation because i was responding. Auntie supreme herself was sitting with me. Laugh out loud. Truly enjoyed all the fields. That guy from this topic from the topics. Excuse me relate ability do yourself a favor and listen while telling a friend to tell a friend. Listen people get me telephone the telephone. That's all i ask that you listen in share it. Listen share rate review because sharing is caring. That's why show notes are always available at hand me my purse dot bus route dot com and. I highly suggest that you get into the habit of reading the show notes because they have all of the debates that i talk about on the show and some that i don't talk about on the show also just an f. y. The opening and closing music is provided by none other than gloomy tunes. Straight out of baltimore. And i don't want you to forget. You can expect a brand new episode of hammy my purse the podcast on the first and fifteenth of every single month. So the same way you expected. Those checks on the first in the fifteenth early in the morning. You already know you're going to have you covered on those days again..
"baltimore city" Discussed on Hand Me My Purse.
"I'm pronouncing research from saint louis and reza wants to know. How do you know when it's time to let go of a friendship and is their way to break up with a friend. That isn't ghosting them. Or an all out fight resear- you've come to the right place. Because i know a lot about this adventure to say it might be my ministry so when i say that say that ingest but what i mean is that for me. I don't. I don't have a hard time with that because i feel like if something is not serving my greater good. I've come to learn after years of not even acknowledging or realizing that this is important but if it is not serving my greater good and it is bringing me more negative energy than positive energy or It just doesn't sit well with my spirit than it might be time to release a relationship so the best thing that i can say is that you have to look at those things like you have to evaluate like. Why do you want to end this friendship you know. Are there any redeeming qualities or in the friendship and maybe there are but sometimes you have to acknowledge also that sometimes people outgrow one another and sometimes you may move forward And i don't mean as far like things or like status but i mean like maturity Social and emotional intelligence Awareness accountability responsibility respect maturity. Like sometimes you say you grow apart a lot of times. It has to do with like you. Guys just aren't just aren't on the same page anymore. And if that's okay i mean. Excuse me if that is the case. Then.
"baltimore city" Discussed on Hand Me My Purse.
"I love any different more you right. So they're the ones that i when i say hierarchy. I mean her rules hurting gauge meant got it got it for her friend not atlanta or no. Okay not not like the way to the father's sign. Yes and she is exactly yeah. No so. don't invite her friends to something independent. You know what. I mean without going through her. Yeah oh no no. I'm not like that. But i don't have to worry about that. Because if you if she pops up with something and one of her friend is there she's looking like was that ray. What was lisa sign. We're all pious issue. She's a pisces. She's got nothing boundaries. I'm working on that this year. That's one of the focuses therapy scream boundaries. Because i'm not gonna. I'm not. She's not she's good at it. So that's that's good. Yeah no my friends. Don't that's interesting that out. I don't have a crew. I don't have a crew. But you're playing though that's the question lane and may not in your crew but like any cancer even in my so. There's the the five like the five ryder dies called them. If my house was on fire show from right and then outside of that in the next rung. i don't have a lot of maybe what's.
"baltimore city" Discussed on Hand Me My Purse.
"I love. this is baltimore. So i will. I can't even get into my theory about that. I mean like you can't on here if it's not good for you then don't so i'll just say this i'm i'll say generally speaking people don't want them. Yes is a deterrent for a lot of people. I do not want to go. And i can understand that i will say however when i worked in the public defenders office i had to work in the jails as an attorney and i was taken. This is years ago. Yeah with listen to correctional officers. Talk about recip- recidivism. What is that for those of us who keep getting arrested. I'm going back to jail. Repeat offenders repeat offenders and it being linked to people who were having relation men who having relationships with men who were in jail and they kept going back. Listen absolutely because. I have a friend that i went to middle school with and we connect on. Facebook actually had a big crush on him in the seventh grade. He's a co or correctional officer. And so we were talking one day years ago on facebook and we were talking about like like people who serve like long-term sentences and straight up ask i was like. Do you find that. A lot of men are like in relationships. He said i'm going to tell you this. You said i've been a c. Overtaking he said men who serve over two to three year sentences nine times out of ten have had at.
"baltimore city" Discussed on Hand Me My Purse.
"It is fear based in it is very white it click bait in. It is drama. People love it like there are people who keep the channel on the news constantly. They get up the panic during the pandemic i. I was very addicted to i. It is so funny. Because now that i've be because i realized that wasn't healthy I've been purposefully. You know not just having television on in the background of every room right. I've been in hit me up. You know what you haven't watched the news all day and you were okay. Yeah i feel like people. Don't attention to how intentional you have to be about like your peace of mind. So i talk about like healing and all that stuff on the show. All the time and lack people's healing and trauma healing is really important. And i feel like if we step away from because the news is not really for our joy no no. it's not for holistically as a human race. The news for joy but for black people lose loses definitely not for apple. Because the news focused on i got to do is watch the news. I'm writing. say what is focus on. Just watch it and you will see you. Don't see a lot of things about that. Would make you happy as a black person in america. It's not a lot of things that make you excited or make you happier make. Ucla three hundred. You're right. I mean when i say a strange not thinking about well. Where.
"baltimore city" Discussed on Hand Me My Purse.
"So i feel like in our community. Certain things we don't want to hold people accountable for and so what i was saying is something that i come across. A lot is that. We don't like to hold our elders accountable. Oh that's all. But i am in a space where you have like you have to because that is how you break generational curses by letting everybody know that like. Everybody has to be held accountable around the table. So even if they it is people that look like us. I remember during the time when the riots the uprising. I do know the difference. Because i read it on the episode. I wanna see episode. Twenty one when i had greg butler on and we talked about the freddie gray on the difference between the uprising in a riot but when the george floyd rights meeting was happening so many people were speaking out in that lived in the community. Talked about how these people don't live here. But all across the nation people. I remember screening. A new york. People were saying like these people. Don't even live here. These people are driving miles tens and twenty in hundreds of miles to come here and destroy our communities and then they leave and they go back to where they live where there is a target where there is a omar wants to tell that story no but somebody should. Because that's it's not right and then these people are left emotionally at story is not marketable knows now. Well and then you get into the whole like and you work with like big media.
"baltimore city" Discussed on Hand Me My Purse.
"On in the docu series sadaqa series. Not a documentary about cowboys. Black cowboys k. And so for my black fact for today. Which i'm still playing around with Is that one in. Four cowboys was black. In spite of the stories that you know america would have us believe in the movies and the tv shows which my grandmother loves. She loves westerns. Lots of black people like westerns. That like older black people. They love watching westerns. I actually love a western film that I used to watch on my cousin julia all the time. I think it's called wider staff. The one no. it's not tombstone. That's what is the movie is tombstone anyway. So i like that movie but one in four cowboys were black. Men isn't that amazing. And they believe that the actual lone ranger was inspired by african american man or black man named bass reeves bass roussel's born a slave but escaped west during the civil war where he lived and what was then known as indian territory. Or shall i say native american territory because that is how you should say that so batteries eventually became deputy. Us marshall he was a master of disguise. An expert marksmen had a native american companion. His boo was native american. He wrote a silver horse but his story was not unique. Apparently so there were lots of black cowboys. Of course they would never tell us that because again that goes against what like. I talked about this before about the the great american narrative. What they want us to believe right so in high on the hog. They told you. Or they'll tell.
2 Officers Shot While Trying to Apprehend Murder Suspect
"To Baltimore Police officers are hospitalized shot in a mall parking lot while trying to serve a warrant. Baltimore City Police Commissioner Michael Harrison says two officers on a U. S marshals warned Apprehension Task force were approaching a murder suspect in the parking lot of Security Square mall. It was at that time the suspect exited the vehicle and fired multiple rounds at officers. Striking to Baltimore City detectives. They were injured but are in stable condition. Other officers returned fire, killing the suspect. Brandon Scott is the city's mayor. I want apprehension task force goes out each and every day. Attempted to apprehend those who cowardly commit violence on our streets work. He promises This task force will continue to do.
White House moves up vaccine supply timeline, says U.S. will have enough for every adult by end of May
"Good news this week in the race to end this pandemic, this country will have enough vaccine supply of state again for every adult in America. By the end of May. By the end of May. That's progress. Important progress. This comes as the governors of Texas and Mississippi have lifted all pandemic restrictions in their states and new variants of the Corona virus are popping up around the world and in the U. S. There's a lot to talk about that we're setting aside the next hour to answer your questions about the vaccination effort. Joining me now is Dr Lena when she's a visiting professor at the Milken Institute School of Public Health. She's also an ER physician and the former Baltimore City health commissioner. Dr Wen. It's always great to have you To speak with you. Also with us Angela Rasmussen. She's a virologist, and she's also an affiliate at the Georgetown University Center for Global Health, Science and Security. Angela Welcome back. Thanks for having me back then a doctor win enough vaccine for every adult in America by the end of May. That's an aggressive timeline. Do you think we can get there? Well, I think we should break this down into three categories. In terms of where are the barriers to vaccination to having people actually getting the vaccine and their arms. The first barrier is that of supply. The second is that of distribution. The third. Is that a vaccine hesitant or acceptance of the vaccine. What President Biden announced is that by the end of name, we're going to solve the supply issue. That is we'll have enough supplies. You were saying for every adult American to have the vaccine. That doesn't mean that by the end of May, everyone is going to be able to get the vaccine because then once we get the supply, we need to move into addressing these other issues of administration and also of addressing hesitancy. So do I think that will get the supply? I certainly hope so. And so far, President Biden has been very good about not over promising. So I expect that this is going to be the case, which is fantastic, because supply right now is the limiting factor. Um I do think that a lot more work lies ahead of us in terms of actually getting that last mile logistics of getting the vaccines into arms and then also overcoming vaccine hesitancy. Available. Vaccines do not equal shots in arms. As you say, Doctor win, and the previous timeline was to have every American adult vaccinated by the end of July. Angela's we're seeing more variants. Developed. How urgent is it that we really ramp up vaccination? Well, it's very urgent on So given that people will be out there moving around more, the variants are becoming more and more prevalent. It's really, really crucial that we get vaccines into arms as quickly as possible. One thing people should really keep in mind and echoing what Dr Wen just said. Is that vaccines don't save lives. Vaccination saves lives, So we really, really need to buckle down and focus on making sure that we can get people vaccinated as quickly as possible. Well, we got this
CDC director says schools can safely reopen without vaccinating teachers
"Cdc director will landscape. Vaccination of teachers is not a prerequisite for safe reopening of schools. It's a position that's drawn. Fire from teachers unions nationwide on wednesday baltimore city. Schools announced a two week delay to its plans to expand in person. Learning after students and parents join teachers and a car caravan protests at baltimore city hall demanding stronger safety measures including that all staff members be fully
"baltimore city" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"And your number is for 109840469. Leather school next to Baltimore City. Good morning, Janice. Uh huh. Thank you for taking my call. I have two questions. One is regarding this Decatur's. I can't remember what they ate up the last time and I was wondering about putting off small plants out and things we buy at the store for No. Two majors and stuff like that. They usually go after trees, trees, trees, Okay, Thank you. Another I have a collage that was given to me for Christmas. And I think I over watered it, So I read up about it and I put it in cactus soil. I have a very bright room. It's in, but the little leaves on the top or start and do the same thing. Like drying up and turn like a great color. I was wondering what else drop put it less less bright, Less know it wants to be in a sunny window. It does not want to be over watered. If it's got a great film on the leaves. It has a fungus and indeed to spray it with a bunga side. Ace has Trigger spray. Longer sides. Okay, Um That works really well because I had a problem with the certain plant went down there and what one of Hitler's called pungent hail from. Bar Reid and his work really well. Um And if you've got to keep it on the dry side, Okay. Thank you very much, And I appreciate your show. All right, You take terror, There's about Mike. All right, Let's go next to blend, Bernie. Good morning, Carol. Hi, Alan. Um, I just have a quick question is is a bird question. Actually, I'm just curious about something. On maybe the rest of your listeners. Might have a comment make on it. But I'm I noticed I usually have a bunch of the juncos. All winter long. On and I saw a couple of them. Right around Thanksgiving. And I thought, Well, okay, they're here as usual. And I haven't seen any more in my yard. And I was wondering if anybody else had noticed the same thing. I don't know. We can see who calls but You know, we get these calls pretty regularly vote from my personal phone and so forth. I haven't seen many of this bird this year. I have seen many of this butterfly this year. Yeah, This is kind of a normal thing. Not every bird comes to every yours every year reliably. Nor does every butterfly right? They just seems that it's like like that I I usually have a bunch of them every every year. You can almost you consent your calendar by when they show up usually, and they're usually hear from like November to March. And All those couple in November, and that's it, Robinson and next year we'll be back. I hope so. I hope so. Well, I'm glad to hear that. You're feeling good. You haven't changed your food, have you? Now. Now The only thing is that and I know, of course, that there there ground feeders. Um Can't put stuff out like on the ground because soon as I do, pigeons show up. So I just usually have like sewage cake. Wire, But sometimes I put out the peanuts but So they you know that occasionally go to something like that. But Howard. Has had a couple and then no more. You know, I don't know if it was maybe because it's been Kind of a warm winter. I have no idea. Is Pete going to be coming back to the show? Well, Peoples on last weekend. Oh, she And so people be on Um, sometime in about a month. Good try and see if we can't work out a schedule where he comes like one weekend a month about but.
"baltimore city" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Center With the headlines in the News this hour. University of Maryland College Park officials say they'll name to new residence halls after former students who helped diversify the campus. One will honor Hi room Whittle and Elaine Johnson Coats. The first black man admitted to the university and the first black woman to graduate with an undergraduate degree. Another building will pay tribute to pee on sue and change in constant chin Pee on was the first Korean student to receive a degree from the University of Maryland. Chen was the first Chinese student to enroll at the college in 1915, a seven year old girl hospitalized for a gunshot wound she suffered during the shooting. Yesterday. It closed off the north bound lanes of the BW Parkway in the area of Route 4 10. U S Park police said the girl had a gunshot wound on her leg. 20 year old Alec Gary Wilbur wanted for the shooting, Baltimore city officials ramping up their efforts to increase contact tracing for covert 19. Mayor's Office of Performance and Innovation, along with the Baltimore City Health Department. Teaming up to create the Baltimore versus Covert Campaign in Sports Monday night Football. The Cincinnati Bengals handed the Pittsburgh Steelers their third straight laws. 27 17, the Baltimore Ravens, currently the A seed on the outside looking in for a playoff spot. The Ravens need to win their remaining games Sunday at home against the Giants in the following Sunday at Cincinnati. Plus, they need the Browns dolphins or indeed to lose just one game and then they're dancing. You're rather channel forecast his neck pillow. Riley here, Let me ask you something. Would you like to retire with confidence, knowing that you have a plan in place to carry you throughout your retirement years? What if there were a strategy to capture significant market games without the risk of traditional markets interested? Would you like a retirement strategy that allows you to retire with confidence without the fear of running out of money? Then please talk to her. Odd Borowy and the safe Retirement Solutions team. You could call that for 10 to 66 11 24 10 to 66 11 20 want the truth about investing in retirement? Want this stuff? Wall Street does not want to tell you, you'll find out about strategies that grow when the markets are up, but don't lose value. When the markets go down. I'm not kidding about this retirement planning is a big deal for 10 to 66 11 20. So please call the safe retirement Solutions Team and schedule your visit Today. Your exclusive Wcbm Weather channel forecast. Our weather is calm and the skies are bright at least today and tomorrow until that Arctic front brings US rain.
District restaurants get ready to pivot to takeout after indoor dining ban in Washington DC
"News for bars and restaurants. Do you see is going to shut down indoor dining for three weeks. Starting Wednesday, the latest effort to limit the spread of the Corona virus. The order by Mary Merial. Bowser also says museums in the district have to close in libraries must return to drop off and pick up only the indoor dining band takes effect at 10 o'clock on Wednesday night and follows bands on indoor restaurant dining imposed in Montgomery and Prince George's counties. Also Baltimore City.
Washington DC To Temporarily Ban Indoor Dining Starting Next Week
"The D. C will pause indoor dining next week way here that the band will only last for a matter of weeks, Deputy Mayor John Felt Tell Chico tells us that the band will start on December 23rd of 10 p.m., and it will end on January 15th again Breaking news tonight w T. O p confirming that D C will pause indoor dining starting December 23rd that evening. It comes on the same day that the Restaurant Association of Maryland filed suit to block indoor dining bands in Montgomery, Prince Georges and Baltimore City.
"baltimore city" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Our economy in our daily lives are kind of. Yeah, kind of in a tizzy, aren't they? Really? I mean, look at Baltimore City. Now you can't all the restaurants are shut down. I think they're going to carry out. That's about all they could do. We saw how well that worked for me. OK, right? Yeah, I know a lot of four city the same old, same old. Let's face it, But the global pandemic has tested our true grit and so many levels as a nation and economy. It's also a shining spotlight for many areas where we've done a good job at preparing for retirement and some areas, Mother may still need some work. As the saying goes, the show must go on. Those goes on the good news. If you're not retired, yet there's still some time to make some changes. If you're just joining us, we're sharing ways that the Chinese covert pandemic may actually improve your planning for retirement through chaos. Sometimes our blessings in disguise this year is no exception. Maybe finding yourself working on various home projects taking on new hobbies, reviving old ones during the lockdown. What has been your experience. Maybe the initial thought of a wide open schedule and an unplanned day sounded exciting, but it turned out to be unfulfilling and boring. Or maybe it was having one depends on everybody's different. Everybody. Everyone enjoys different things. Yeah, but figuring out what to do with the extra time that you're gonna have during retirement and to live a purposeful and meaningful life is just as important as figuring out How you gonna allocate your money? The good news is that retirement planning doesn't have to be complex. In fact, the less complex I think the better and that's because More can go wrong when you have a portfolio with too many moving parts. We see.
Washington, DC - Governor Hogan announces $19.3 million in Maryland eviction prevention grants
"Maryland Governor Larry Hogan is scrounged up some $19 million. Helps them 3600 renters across the state Keep from being infected. The money is being shared with 16 counties in Baltimore City to distribute directly the landlords to relieve renters of the threat of eviction. Montgomery and Prince George's air receiving the largest shares of the grant money,
"baltimore city" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Trial. That zip recruiter dot com slash trial. Zip recruiter dot com slash trial. Wcbm news time. 903 Good morning, Michael Philip Ellie on the 6 80 Wcbm, Maryland New Center with the headlines in the news this hour. A $45,000 tax. Lien for three years of unpaid federal taxes has been filed against Baltimore State's attorney Marilyn Mosby and her husband, delegate Nick Mosby, front runner for Baltimore City Council president, the Democrat lawmakers said he's been an ongoing conversations with the IRS and expects to resolve it in days. Baltimore County work crews expected back along Roosevelt Street today to fix and repair and underground water pipe that erupted, causing several large sinkholes to swallow part of the roadway. The county Department of Public Works said Once the Piper's fix repairs will be made to the roadway to close up the large craters in the street. A 19 year old woman was shot yesterday afternoon on Semen Avenue, hospitalized in serious condition, she was able to tell police that she was leaving the store when she was approached by a man wearing a black hooded sweatshirt and gray pants. She said the man yelled at her before shooting anyone with information as to call police Baltimore County police investigating a Monday night assaulting Carjacking of a woman outside the AMC Theatre on Mill run circle. The victim told police she was walking to her car when she was assaulted and her vehicle was stolen Woman was taken to the hospital for the treatment. The news is brought to you by new look home design, making roof in roofing easier right now. Say 50% on all roofing materials, call 802 79.
Baltimore students grapple with distance learning
"Like other districts around the country, the city of Baltimore is weighing whether and how to return to school in person right now, most public school students here are attending classes virtually half of those. Come from low income families, and about fifteen percent have disabilities which add to the challenge of teaching and engaging students. Remotely Sonia Elisa's is the CEO of city public schools. I asked her how the district was fixed for technology going into the pandemic we have ratio of about one device for every four students what has rapidly changed. Over the past few months is we have. Purchased fifty five thousand devices so that we hand distribute those we've distributed probably close to forty, five to forty, eight of those. The other piece that's changed is we have far more technology in use with far more adult trained than we ever had prior to the pandemic more than half of Baltimore City public school students come from low income households. How has that added to the challenge given the the huge digital divide we have in our country you know we had probably close to twenty thousand families in Baltimore City that did not have. To broadband a lot of what we've also had to do frankly is is work with others in the community to leverage relationships and partnerships to make sure that the majority of our families would receive broadband. So everything from. Negotiating and frankly paying for some of the Internet access, we have about fifteen thousand hotspots that we have had to give out. But even when kids have the devices and the Internet connection at home, there are challenges I'm sure you saw the New Yorker Propublica story by Alec mcgillis profiling a child who was constantly searching for the right link to get into class because it was always changing and his access was. Available How's the district making sure kids like that don't fall through the cracks, his piece captured what happens after the ground level challenges of devices and Internet access or even addressed, and we've had parents through no fault of their own who even win they're calling our central lines for assistance aren't sure where the space bar is or in the case of the student that Alec profiled. If you don't know how to switch from one platform to another can be a real obstacle. It's one of the reasons why we needed to add more support through our hotline. Because it you know it takes longer if there's something new, we're really seeing what happens when we allow whole segments of our community to not have access to really what is an essential in twenty in the twenty first century. Do. You feel too much is being asked of schools to close that gap given the a lot of the reasons behind the digital divide our societal. So I think that that happens a great deal within public schools in our country and just the way that we approach and I've said this on a variety of cage of occasions. The way we approach policy and supports for families in this country is often very silo D- it's truncated in one area and it doesn't connect in another and so families are left really navigating the landscape on their own when really those of us. In. Service should be the ones navigating. We knew that the obstacles we faced in the spring, we're not going to be a sufficient enough excuse nor should it be for young people learning and so you do what you need to do. But that being said I do think it is a moment for reflection and pause that we are asking schools to be centers of feeding for families, centers of technology for families it really should. Very frankly, quite quite obviously a surface larger questions about what our family support policy is as a country overall with all the devices, you've had to purchase the internet connectivity. You've had to buy the training, how to do how much does all this cost. What we found was about a twenty one, million dollar gap between the resources we were able to garner from not just government, but our own repurposing of resources as well as. Some donations from the philanthropic community and in the case of Baltimore everyday citizens who donated everything from either full device or whatever financial contribution they wanted to make to the fund are really helped. Begin to bridge that that that divide however, we still found ourselves with about a twenty one, million dollar difference, which is why we began taking the financial. Measures that we did because what we knew was that between technology between our protective equipment cleaning supplies being able to make sure that families we heard loud and clear from our families that they wanted. Evidence that, we were going to be able to keep their students safe in any discussion about returning to school and even in the virtual environment. We knew that for that to be viable we would need to continue to help make sure that Internet was Availa ball and that again we were closing the divide on the devices.
Baltimore fire caused by possible explosion injures 2 children, 3 adults
"And three adults have been seriously hurt in a fire and possible explosion that happened in northwest Baltimore about 10 o'clock last night. That fire spread to at least three. Townhomes, a Baltimore city councilor who lives a mile and a half from the scene says the explosion shook his house.
Washington, DC - President Trump Takes Aim At Baltimore Again, Says Democratic-Run Cities Don’t ‘Want Law And Order’
"During last night's debate with your Biden, president, Trump again pointed to Baltimore as one of the Democrat run cities that doesn't want law and order. Baltimore City Council president Brandon Scott, then tweeted at the president, unless you are bringing resource is in addressing economic, racial and environmental injustices in my city, Keep Baltimore out of your mouth.
Maryland trying to crack down on ransomware
"Story comes from Delmarva now, which is a publication that covers the Maryland Delaware Virginia area, and this is about the legislators who are introducing a ransomware bill that's going to tighten down the rules when it comes to ransomware UH, some penalties just sort of try to bring this into focus. This was written by Wesley Brown from Capitol News. Service. So we've got some. Maryland legislators, Senator Susan Lee at the Democrat from Montgomery, county sponsored the bill and it sounds to me like what they're doing here is just trying to to put the word out to criminals that even just possession of ransomware would be a crime in the state of Maryland. So this would be a radical change in the law around ransomware and Maryland the way the current statute works is only illegal actually used ransomware. This statute if enacted would criminalize the simple possession of ransomware in less the person possessed it for research purposes. So if you're in an academic setting and you were trying to study different types of ransomware that would not be violation of the statute. But as we do in other areas, the law, oftentimes, we criminalize the possession of something because the threat of the person will use. Whatever that thing is is particularly dangerous. That's why we prohibit in many instances possession of certain types of firearms even if a person does not use the firearm so we're criminalizing somebody for simply possessing what can be very dangerous in Maryland has experienced obviously in dealing with dangerous ransomware right most famously Baltimore City was the victim of a ransomware attack back in May of last year crippled city systems for several months took me awhile to get my water bills. Is Not Fun to get a bill three months later for a per three, hundred dollars is obviously this is a very serious problem and the key with this piece of legislation and I. Think this is something that Senator Lee would agree to is it's a deterrent you want to make it as undesirable as possible for people who are even considering possessing ransomware to realize that their actions would violate this law and they would be subject to pretty significant penalties. I. Think the statute calls for something like a ten thousand dollar fine or five years in prison. As a maximum penalty So it's a misdemeanor, but it's a it's a serious misdemeanor. Yeah. So we are creating this deterrent effect a couple of things noteworthy here one just a shout to one of your colleagues and certainly friend of the the cyber wire, Marcus Rajshekar he testified on this bill he sure did yet. He is a friend of the show also a fellow employees at the Center for Health and Homeland Security Marcus testified on this last year the bill was not enacted in the two thousand nineteen legislative session is all marcus fall just giving marcus. Our back here in two thousand twenty, they have made some changes to the bill to make it more palatable and from what I heard Marcus. The hearing went very well, and there seems to be broad increasing support for this type of legislation largely because. Not, only Baltimore City, but also the smaller city of Salisbury Maryland also suffered a ransomware attack. So there's just more of an awareness for how much of a dangerous to our localities, and this is a proactive measure for there to be a deterrent nothing worth noting on it. Now, if you were going to mention this is that a couple of other states and this is what Marcus mentioned this testimony Michigan and Wyoming have experimented with this approach the approaches. So new that we don't actually have any quantitative research on whether this is an effective deterrent to cyberattacks that remains to be seen. We'll let me play devil's advocate on that a Maryland. Law. Would affect citizens of Maryland. Right do we think that the people who attacked the city of Baltimore were Marylanders I don't probably not what I'm getting at is how much of this ransomware is even coming from within the United States so I agree with your devil's advocate take That's what lawyers do play devil's advocate. A couple of things though that sort of principle is applicable to a lot of different state laws. Okay. You could say white passed a state law in anything because somebody from Virginia could come in and you know do this illegal behavior and then would go beyond our jurisdiction. We we wouldn't be able to catch them. Okay. So it's still a deterrent factor just because the state of Maryland is making a statement, this type of behavior. Is Criminal in nature So sometimes I just simply stating. that. The possession of something is criminal. itself acts as a deterrent that ne'er do well who's thinking about their bank account is almost empty and weighing their options and saying you know I have some computer skills maybe all just spray out ransomware here they may see this and think twice absolutely. Yeah I mean it it's the deterrent effect I think is something that we use for all criminal statutes. In instances where it's the perpetrators are beyond our jurisdiction I think the state of Maryland is just doing what it's what it can in the absence of federal law that criminalizes ransomware and the absence of some sort of you know international law. We can only control what happens within our own borders, and so this is this is a start
Washington DC Area Officials Investigate Baltimore Gas Explosion That Killed 2, Injured 7
"Pulling another body from beneath the rubble of Monday's deadly gas explosion in Baltimore. That blast was so big it leveled three Rowhomes. Baltimore officials are back on their scene where two people lost their lives. As crews sift through the rubble. Baltimore City Council President Brandon Scott spoke about the devastating gas explosion. It's a tragedy like we had here you saw the true spirit of Baltimore, you had Baltimoreans Russians. To try to save their neighbors. The body of a man was found among the rubble, bringing the number of deaths. 2 to 7 others were injured, five of them in critical condition. Many others have been displaced with rescue crews and cleanup efforts underway. Michelle Smith, with the Office of Emergency Management, says the next step is to make sure the area is safe before they begin investigating. What may have led to the deadly explosion. We want to make sure every home is structurally safe and that the power can be restored, held the BTO Penis utility company B G says this morning they found no leaks in the gas main or the service pipes. Feeding the homes which exploded and what they did find, they say, shows a possible problem with customer owned equipment. The utility company to that end, says they have now turned over all of the information to investigators. Stay tuned.
Deadly explosion rocks Baltimore neighborhood, destroying homes
"The latest out of Baltimore. A major gas explosion there killed one woman critically injured at least four others. Let's go live to W. GOP's making clarity. Who's following forest? Megan Dead. The blast happened just before 10 a.m. in the Reisterstown station neighborhood near Pikesville. If you're familiar with Baltimore You. You got it, killing one woman, injuring at least four others. Thankfully, we haven't heard of anyone else who have lost their lives Who's lost their life from this explosion? Baltimore firefighters say however, they're still looking for one man who's trapped trying to get him out. But they have eyes on him, so hopefully he'll make it out. Okay, now methodical search is underway in this extreme heat. Specialized search dogs are working to identify any signs of life in the rubble and utility crews are on the scene to ensure electrical lines and any gas lines or not ruptured or damaged any further. Her from looking at video on the scene just to give our listeners an idea of the force of this explosion. There are just planks of wood and mattresses and debris where these three houses once stood. A power pole across the street from the explosion snapped like a toothpick with the force of the blast. The two explosions that residents reported hearing shot projectiles in every direction, damaging homes and cars and possibly injuring more people than we're aware of. Now we understand one of the homes that was leveled was a rooming house that had multiple apartments inside. Bit. Blair Adams with the Baltimore City Fire Department says it's a huge response scene and they're working with assisting county fire Department is trying to work fast is labor intensive rescue again. It was a major gas explosion. So you have homes that were, you know, pretty much crumbled more a lot a ton of debris on the ground, So we're pulling and trying to come home through to see if we can find any additional No, We're expecting to learn more at a scheduled briefing in just about 1/2 hour with some more information about Baltimore Gas and Electric says it's working to turn off the gas lines and will turn to assessing the equipment in the lines. Next Baltimore Fire says Right now we have one person dead. Four people injured and they're still looking for another person who is trapped in the rubble. Stay with w T O P
Rescue efforts underway after gas explosion destroys homes in Baltimore
"Rescue crews are looking for survivors after a deadly gas explosion destroyed three homes in Baltimore. Blair Adams of the Baltimore City Fire Department says it's not known what caused the explosion, but the department said on Twitter that it was a major gas related explosion. There were there were three They were taken to the hospital in serious condition. Efforts are also underway to recover at least one more person. The mayor says he's offered his prayers to those affected.
Washington DC - 2 men charged with assaulting Baltimore officer get charges dropped, case dismissed
"Judge tossed out a case and prosecutors dropped charges against two men arrested and accused of assaulting a Baltimore police officer. Defense attorneys say they're disturbed. It took six months for the Baltimore City state's attorney to dismiss the charges. Prosecutors announced the officer who allege the assault now facing
"baltimore city" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"He was one of the final people to make the call and say, I want to play the game even if there's no fans in there because I want the world to see this and so by looking at it through these very sets of eyes. By looking at it to people who come up in represent different strategies of our society. You know, we really wanted to show a kaleidoscope of how complex so many of these situations are, but also how it still fundamentally comes down to two disparate issues. It's race and its poverty and how those two beasts have a way of coinciding to create pretty disastrous results of we're not dealing with him. So, as you say at the end of your book, you know, we kind of know what the problems are. There's been a lot of studies. The question is what you do about it and has returned to that question. Let's first of all talk about the respective roles of philanthropy and the government and basically public policy on the way and the other. You obviously are involved in a full answer, very important property fighting organization talking about the power fund. Yeah, so we're really sign about the power fund. It's it's a It's a new initiative that Robin Hood is launching and Sze to fund and elevate nonprofit leaders of color who share Robin, its mission and off of increasing mobility from poverty, and this initial really allows us address poverty through the lens of this interplay. That exists between racial injustice and economic injustice where there is a complete overlap, because if you look at the data around poverty, and you look at the data around around race, you see that race eyes is a predominant and a leading factor in every single one of our data categories, so everything from life expectancy to health To wealth and income too much for immortality. The role that race plays is undeniable. But also when you think about philanthropy over the past two decades on Lee, around 10% off all philanthropic dollars have gone to organizations that are led by people of color. So you see that and also in the ass the basis of the capital. It's even less and so philanthropy our our field. We find fewer and we fund less when it comes to organizations that are left by people of color show the power fun is really seeking to expand our funding to significantly increased leaders of color letter organizations. By providing self directed leadership capacity building funding and supporting this field that we know is incredibly important. We're ever going to address this issue because people who are closest to the challenges are often times going to be the ones who are closest to the solutions. Wes you mentioned earlier. The lead poisoning. That really contributed to Freddie Gray's tragic situation you talk about in your book, lead poisoning in general put particularly poor and African American Children throughout the country. But you also have some numbers, and they're quite striking about fixing the problem and what it could really do for our society. And let's say it our economy our GDP. That's exactly right. I mean, when you when you look at the impact of child poverty in this country right now, the impact of child poverty in this country is over a trillion dollars of economic impact. Every single year over a trillion dollars of economic impact is due to chop and that's both of our going to deal with it later on III through the criminal justice system and educational and Spence insistence that are in place, But it's also in the in the idea of how much it's going to cost and how much you lost income were then having when you then have people who are coming up out of poverty. You know, the probability than staying in poverty is remarkably high because the economic mobility prospects In this country now, unlike what it was even just 40 and 50 years ago is essentially in coin flip. It is now truly 50% and you think about something like lead poisoning. Where on whether it is lead piping like paint. The challenge we have with that is we've known that lead is a neurotoxin in this country for over a century. For over a century. I've known damages of lead does to the brain into the body. We have just been incredibly class in color conscious in the way that we decided to deal with it, You know, currently right now in Baltimore City, we have over 60% of ours of the schools in Baltimore City. The kids can not drink the water from the water. Because of lead. On something we have known is our neuro toxin. And so it's this type of fame that we, as a large society have to have a very clear understanding and a very clear action plan about how we're going to addresses. We literally could address this. We could make this country essentially let free within a matter ofthe 3 to 5 years. If we just put put forth the economic upper around it, which is not in any way in anyway monstrous or or or disastrous, but something that's going to have a significant Impact on the prospects of our Children going forward. That sure would fit with an infrastructure bill wouldn't Wes I really appreciate you being with and more than appreciate for this great new book, he read. That's Westmore. He's the CEO of the Robin and Foundation in the co author of the brand New book, Five Days, The Firing Reckoning of an American City. Great to Have you With US West. Meantime, coming back here? We're going to be talking about politics..
Maryland governor: 'Baltimore City leaders need to regain control of their own streets'
"Maryland Governor Larry Hogan is not happy with leaders in Baltimore after a statue of Christopher Columbus was taken down by a crowd of protesters last night. Hogan released a statement today that said in part, Baltimore City leaders need to regain control of their own streets. The statue was pulled down yesterday and some big pieces were tossed into the city's inner harbor. Hogan said. Peaceful protests are acceptable, but vandalism will not be
Former NAACP leader Kweisi Mfume wins special election for Maryland congressional seat of the late Elijah Cummings
"Duffy new tonight in Maryland politics meet your new control congressman elects former N. double ACP leader Kweisi informing easily winning a special election for the congressional seat vacated by the late Elijah Cummings with almost ninety percent of precincts reporting across Baltimore city Baltimore county and Howard County and boom a has more than seventy percent of the vote over Republican Kimberly
Baltimore mayor considers face mask requirement
"Mayor says everybody needs to do their part to reduce the spread of the virus as is considering whether or not we should all be wearing masks in Baltimore city we have seen progress in flattening the curve but this is no time to rest or let up everyone needs to stay home unless you're going out for these social reason every time you leave your house you put yourself and everyone in your household at risk various is centering a policy similar to that of done in prince George's I'm a governor county that will require a face covering of some sort of decision on this could come by Friday
Baltimore City Council Asks Mayor To Require Face Coverings In Public
"Former city council oppressing them areas that require all residents to wear face covering when they go out in public to help limit the spread of the flu flu the council unanimously passed a resolution calling for America Jack young to issue an executive order mandating that everyone who goes out in public it doesn't matter where you're going out for a walk you're going to the store you go to the pharmacy whatever the case may be that you have to wear some kind of facial covering when you leave your home or doing in prince George's county the doing of Montgomery County they're doing it now in the Washington DC metro understand is is contemplating the same thing city council president Brandon Scott who introduced the resolution said that the bald or needs to fall the suit of these other counties and metro systems we are putting the lives of our citizens the last he was working out supermarkets who are doing the work that is allowing us to have some sense of normalcy at risk no no one former resident Melissa Alston said well why not they can only help I mean they're hot and uncomfortable but I mean so the hospital
"baltimore city" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Shepherd's clinic in Baltimore city and as a five hundred our registered yoga teacher she offers group corporate and private therapeutic yoga she is also a facilitator of the wise heart community which meets weekly at the Ruskin mansion community health center thank you so much for joining us Alden thanks for having me well I thought before we go to the relaxation you're going to give us which is a shortened version of the classical yoga nidra you have so many skills so what are some of the ways that listeners can in general bring a sense of well being into their days and nights during very stressful and uncertain times whether during the pandemic of twenty twenty or during other times in their life where they feel unsettled well I think now especially is an important time for radical self care I think it's really important and very uncertain times very stressful time now we're actually given the opportunity to really practice that radical self care of taking the time to do what needs to support the mental and physical well being or if in the mind body connection one reflects the others so when we're very mentally stressed it can also show up in physical ways and vice versa so keeping ourselves right three can also boost our immune system which can be very important in this time tackling exactly and we were joined earlier buys on two jobs who is both an acupuncture seven additional chi gong teacher and we talked about how this briefing on how the lungs and the heart connect us then to our deeper organs in our bones allowing us to find our personal wisdom during these challenging times because there's not a single person on the earth it isn't made more aware of the whole earth our connection to each other even lower distancing and and our love of the earth so hopefully good will come of what is a very difficult time and that's certainly what all the classic spiritual teachers would have to offer us so you were going to lead us as I mentioned in the introduction into a shortened form of the yoga nidra tell us about that and what we're going to do so you're in India is a form of deep relaxation and yoga meaning union or one point eight awareness and mid term meaning non activity of the center's work eat sleep actually the practice of deep relaxation with awareness so it's that finding that fine line between wakefulness and sleep by keeping the awareness there so the body deeply relaxing and the mind becomes more centered and focused on the instructions that are being given to the practices meant to deeply relax physically mentally and emotionally that practice can be up to forty minutes that said the forty minute practice of yoga nidra can be about four hours of depressed hi in this smaller version that I'm calling but your kidnap it's really at a four stage version that's about fifteen to twenty minutes and it can be about an hour and a half to two hours of arrest and so it can be very replenishing how should listeners position their bodies to do this to the most benefit so the practice is generally done completely lying down but you wanna have your body in a supported in the most important position so if you're seated in a chair to make sure that the arms are supported in a comfortable position at the head can be released to relax maybe against the wall or back of the call chair but you want to be in a position where the body can be fully supported so that there's no stress or strain are holding up the body and and in any condition and I have prophetic have yacht it shouldn't be listening here while driving or doing any other activities should be done in a state of where you can completely relax exactly all right we'll go right ahead and take us through this wonderful journey of the yoga nidra or yoga nap as you call it okay so prepare yourself for the practice of yoga nidra or this yoga not by finding a comfortable position allowing the body to be fully supported that can be either lying down or in a seated position with the support of the head and the arms and the feet and as you settle into this position make sure that there's nothing distracting on the body remove any watches and glasses or jewelry that may be uncomfortable loosen any felt make sure that there's nothing that's going to distract during the practice when you allow yourself to fully relax into the support of either the floor or the bed or the chair even set with a back up against the wall and I use that'll again you bring your awareness for a few moments into the grass beginning to take a few deep full breaths grieving in through the nose and exhaling through the nose on an inhalation imagine that you're drawing in a sense of calm now you exhale releasing any tension or holding reading in a sense of peace and calm leafing ALAC thing more fully into the support if you I'm feeling that support under the body noticing all the points of the body that are being supported back from the legs back of this fine the back of the head back from the on and once again exhale into that support MACOM aware of the heaviness of the clothing on the body the heaviness of the body on the support imagine that you can see yourself in the supported position and if you are outside your body looking at yourself fully relax he the color of the clothing support beneath you fear relaxed expression on the face see the space around you in your mind diet just visualize that make a mental picture of where you are and then begin to become aware of sound the defense of hearing extend out picking up sounds and letting them go just allow the ears to Rome and found found trying not to intellectual either think about any particular sounds of pickup and found mentally fit moving to the next found on the mark M..
"baltimore city" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Equipment let's go first to Baltimore city good morning Derek morning gallon over the last week or so I've been killing some onion grass in the lawn with the we'd be derailed her like you suggested and it's it's lying there flat now and and believes turned yellow question I have is the first question I had was a lie as this is okay didn't think that up to get regular cut also leaves just to get rid of the threat of the ugliness seven hours should do I have to leave it there till it disappears you can do neither if you dig them up which you could have done before you spray them you probably won't get them all this little tiny ones they're always left behind second is if you take the tops off that weed killer but will not be totally effective if I wanted to do something I was going to hit him because they're not easy to kill I hit him with the second application on top of that yellow collapse foliage okay but I would not give them right right well that's that's helpful thank you the I have this other we did said growing in both the lawn and then the garden areas that tiny little leaves and then it has like what stalker the stock was tiny little white flowers yeah out what what what is that and what can I do to deter crescent you can spray it with the same thing in the lawn we've been around for a while okay in the flower beds if you spray it carefully with roundup for clean up or one of those products or even one of those vinegar based where acid based organic weed killers that will kill him however they have a route that is so tiny they're real easy to pull up well they they are not been pulling him up but it's it's it's so it's so it's I had so much lawn and so much garden area where they are around that it's it's okay then spray them but I I think they're going to be dropping their seeds and you want to get a crabgrass preventer in the full like Labor Day that will be labeled for a bitter cress and I'll check my notes and in the fall I remind you which ones work on which weeds sure okay great there's also little form of of green leaves that are heart shaped and have a bright little yellow flower there's like seven petals and eight years growing up sort of informed us a lot of little green little leaves heart shaped as but I don't know what that is that's marsh marigold it usually grows only in damp places never in the lawn but I take that back that's cool I have seen more of our lawn okay you can spray it now with your with zero trust okay but it's going to die in a few weeks as soon as it gets warm this is one of the unusual seasons where it has come up so early that you can spray it so I would take advantage and then I'll go from there yep that's right with with the alter all right good thank thanks very much all right we never never use we'd be there all of her in the flower beds okay because we'd be there all four can vaporize and then that mistaken spread over your flowers so you always want to stay right away from the edge of the lawn and you never want to use the flower beds I mean even if you have the same we there because it can't harm harm your flowers okay good all right thanks very much okay five five all right ABC is open a Senedd waters open ace in.