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"bean warren" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

11:50 min | 2 years ago

"bean warren" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Go to miss Gloria might fellow good grief okay we'll just hold it like this okay good morning miss Gloria you are in the garden morning ten of them valued at how are you great miss Gloria we missed you last week yeah of course we widen here on now and I was all ready to give you the new well we thought about you guys but we had some for to do allow plans and we just heard that we could make it happen but did you all have a great amber amber great for yeah it always is this one of those days where you know you eat too much you got the pool right there you know it was really is always a good day yes ma'am okay well I haven't I didn't even go outside on the fourth and it was it was a well you know what it was hot it was actually not too bad of a day but it was still hot into me you know we had a lot of kids around this time also you know which makes it really fine if you think about it so it was a good day thank you miss Korea all high well what is quite a lot going on today yeah okay that bodes Hanak there happened about Pam herb garden door okay and if you want is nine thirty to ten thirty and you what do you wanna go you meet them in the herb garden I don't know they even had an herb garden tour going on at the botanic gardens they do and they're doing a lot of stuff about Dan again I can go and it really makes me mad it is nine thirty to ten thirty this morning right okay right and then it Palladio was now being making hard skate great okay in two our love it okay at ten thirty and that's with Bernard meat and he has done so a lot of work I guess around it and he's done some work at both tannaim and that'd be interesting job and then starts at ten thirty this morning okay and then at urban earth a doctor AT flicker streak were having crepe myrtles pass rob bloom and trimming and that's what brat Norman and that's good because that that one yeah because we're seein it seems like in the last ten days have seen a guy and up to date I in the amount of people that are coming in complaining about crepe myrtle bark scale so yes ma'am you know it just seems like you know what it is for years and years for the last five or six years now we've had this problem with crepe myrtles on in just in the last couple weeks miss Korea while we're getting quiet a few people coming and going that there see and scale come back on the crate Morrow so you're right that's something to be aware odds okay and then on Monday German town library at six thirty PM as I love the I love the stock it's my shelves short and she will have a talk on queen bees and wannabes green beans and Lima beans Warren not be one W. 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I want to be queen bees and wannabes I love the name yeah okay and if they want to go to this talk they need to call seven five seven seven three three to read just yeah I know this is going to sound crazy and I should know this but we are is the Germantown library all gas heat is it just one concert just weren't right yeah yeah where is it all one big okay really bad I can look that up okay I don't even know where that is then tomato library okay I can tell you how to get it out not a problem there okay okay and then on Thursday our expansion office is having designing a perennial border with Jo Ellan diamonds from twelve to one twelve to one her name was Joanne I wonder she local like yes now he's up in Covington okay she moves around a lot okay okay but usually when I go out to give our flyers and stop I always find errors extension office in Covington right that's per line okay move since then well you know I can there is a lot going on ms Gloria Jesus you know and they say you know it during the dog days of summer people supposed to slow down what that ain't happenin yeah I was really hoping that Jim would be on the show today because I had some great news to tell all of you you know how every year how much problems I have with my four o'clock yeah and how my hot pink ones don't Williams yes yes what they're blaming and it isn't even a are you know they do that just to keep you from pulling those things up and throw them in the you know them well but I'm but my point I remember years ago how they just would not bloom for anything and then you get to the point you said okay you know what three years that's my point you finally get to a point you're like okay I'm a pull these things up only the compost pile and just put something else there and of course this is they hear you say that these were they start blaming yeah they do they said on the radio that made him happy exactly what where was or what was urban ares speaking on don't want to convert all yeah well that's what I wrote it has little problems and pruning one o'clock where dreaming yeah one but I mean I I'm just so happy and you know how Jim told me to just give up on him yeah that's definitely yeah I always see GMA personal tax to let him know exactly what you said ms Gloria now I'm going to send them the well it's even bad or you know his birthday was a blast no I did not know that he's thirty three years old now really get out of the story that's amazing yeah how can Tom Flatley radio Crowder you'll thank me for that later on yeah he way all well Gloria we love you to death started we really do we sorry we missed you last weekend and I'm telling you we sure appreciate you and they just write all this down as we speak are keeping us informed and the public out there also informed we could do it without you Gloria okay were you both have a have a great weekend you watched as this state yes ma'am you too thank you high grade yes ma'am tell Jack was it had okay yes ma'am Barbara I have a good day ms Gloria let's see I think we'll wait go to break and then we'll get to you Mister Paul it is this you I see Mr apologises shade tree mechanics over what that means well I know that what that means a mechanic that just pedals around under the shade go to a mechanic hello but I'm sure that this is going to be different are not what you're saying though say tree gardeners maybe a guy and I because it is good to Shay is good to work in the shade this time of year yeah yeah that's it that's it we always try to guess what Mister Paul's got with shade tree mechanic okay so what if you decided not to go to the garden center where everybody chemicals or synthetics what and if you decided not to buy any organic products what are you gonna do what what do you do what do you mean like if you had an insect problem we're talking about well you would get the ball out in port on the slugs right right yeah yeah aspirin it dissolves in water and fights mildew in blackspot did not know that so just go you cannot get some aspirin Hey you know about the task our baking soda baking soda this last potassium by car yeah some of that right right yeah it prevents the fungus spores from invading the plant and so we have vacant so so you're going to the kitchen pantry is what yeah I am baking soda and aspirin so far now there's one I don't really see as being in your house which would be the corn gluten mail you know which is a pre emergent but then I guess if you have animals okay cinnamon powder anti fungal and anti aunt you don't have heard of that they enable that having a a problem especially on the inside of their home like if you got him on your kitchen counter yeah our people putting out soon because I will one time I went to my mother's house yeah and asked her what was this her counter and I promise you she had sentiment long box all over the camera said wanna write it because it's an aunt repellent so she knew it wow okay so this one I'm not so sure about and not quite getting it what I do with this fermented salmon no we're not going there the raw they get separate retails dear chip monks other critters handed ads you know the micro nutrients the amino acids and vitamins but I remember my dad would make fermented ground beef and and put in the trash cans because the dogs would come from wherever and just raise your trash cans and that was a horrible so I can imagine using fermented salmon who I like this one the the molasses okay I do a lot of molasses and blackstrap or horticultural grade and down it would be good as a fertilizer right yeah it helps bump up the micro microbial action and it because it's feeding beneficial insects and all said the molasses attracts harmful insects to traps I can't this yeah rubbing alcohol destroys insects you know light on house plants we would pick you tips and alcohol and then hit the animal the mealy bugs mostly with the clean up of the alcohol dipped Q. tip like you said yeah a vegetable or mineral old destroys insect pets and can be used for a physical barrier what else there's a line there thank goodness yeah vinegar of course we talk about Villiger weeds yeah and fights fungus gnats kills weeds and destroys pets path met the boys at past that's why we're using organic is to keep our pets boric acid I wonder if people have that in stock in their hillside great for ants yeah yeah absolutely one answer there was another one for ants to it seem like as I was thinking of you Heine I mean honey yeah hello Hey honey yeah that still during its two but remember the and all the sleazy to say member Jerry Baker Jim Bakker Jerry Baker on you know he'd probably made a billion dollars all writing books about how to control insects and disease and how to feed your lawn and everything else.

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"bean warren" Discussed on 99% Invisible

99% Invisible

07:52 min | 2 years ago

"bean warren" Discussed on 99% Invisible

"Com slash military. So I'm in the studio with Chris, Peru bay. He's our resident Canadian of special projects editor and a long suffering. Raptors fan who is very excited that the raptors are in the finals, I genuinely can't believe this is happening Roman. Rafter since I was eight years old, and I'm in my early thirties. So it has been a great deal of sports related suffering in my life. What accounts for all that suffering? I mean why has it been so hard to be a fan of the raptors in the early days? It was really tricky. Because the team came to Toronto, nobody in Toronto cared about basketball over hockey in, like the really early days, they actually played in a baseball stadium because the basketball stadium wasn't ready yet. So they set them up in this baseball stadium. And if you had like fifteen thousand fans like that's a good number of basketball fans but baseball stadium seats, forty five thousand people, so they just had these rows of empty seats with tarps over them. When you go to the game. It was really spiriting and players just really did want to play in Canada, partly because of, you know, stereotypes about it's too cold. And, you know, the taxes are high. The taxes are also high in places like California comparatively people didn't want to move up here but very famously one player just refuse to come Alonzo Mourning was traded to the raptors and he said, yeah, you know what? I'm just not. To do that. And they had to treat them somewhere else and players kept having these like weird excuses for not being here, like there was this guy Antonio Davis who played for the team who said he was actually like worried about his kids learning the metric system that was for him. So there is this like fatalism to rafters phantom merits like nobody wants to play here. It's a place that, you know, player, it's not seen as a desirable location for players to end up. And then, you know, we had to wear this uniform in the really early days with the raptor on it, and the bright purple and lots of players didn't like that. Like the players were saying, like, yeah. This is the only profession where like you hit the very top of your field. And then you have to wear a purple dinosaur uniform unless you're field is being Bernie, the dinosaur, that's the only other one. But it sounds like people kind of like that jersey now. Right. It's true. I think people have really come around on it, especially with the playoffs happening now. So I've had all these friends who've been going out to buy Rafter skier. And, you know, there've been lineups out the door and all the dinosaurs stuff for the most part is just completely sold out, and I went to this vintage store actually fairly close to where I am called in vintage, we trust it's run by this guy named Joshua Bruder, and he's been selling raptors merchandise forever. And he is Toronto born raised me, Chantal Torontonians, we would say on Tony ins, but you would say Torontonians. Visit something what is the difference between those two things he said? Yeah. Well Torontonians, if you hit that last ti- that shows that you're not from here. It's people who are from hearsay Toronto. Oh, rob. The last heat is it so it's the Toronto Raptors not the Toronto Raptors. Yeah. If you wanna sound credible the next few days, say, the Toronto Raptors so Josh and his partner, shantelle. They run this vintage store and he says the last few weeks, he's been getting requests like every half hour for some version of the purple dinosaur uniform from the early days and Josh he's like everybody, he knows the dinosaur is a pretty ridiculous. Look, it almost makes no sense. Like the actual logo is a dinosaur turn Holt dribbling, a basketball one way. He's turning around the other way and his toes are coming out of a pair of sneakers, it's completely absurd and ridiculous. When not only is it like a log on hat, as a fan, the players are wearing. Being literally wearing this logo on their jerseys. It's insane. So everyone wants to Barney jersey, but also everyone kinda millages that it's a little bit silly. So, so why do people like it now talking to Josh came away with two things? So the first is that the team is winning and nobody wants to look like a bandwagon fan. So nobody wants to look like they heard about the rules of basketball in the last two weeks. They just realize the something they're obsessed with. So everybody wants to make it seem like they've been there since the beginning Rozov you wear the purple Dino jersey, you look credible so especially if it's a really obscure player like Josh told me is beginning requests for people like Oliver Miller, who I had to look up. I had no idea who that was and cared about the forever. So people are spending all this money to get these jerseys of players. Nobody's ever heard of the other thing is nostalgia, right? Nostalgia does not have to make sense. It doesn't have to be something that is pretty nice. And this is what Josh says. Vintage is all about. It's about what the logo Vokes for people. It's what time it sends you back to. And when you look at that rafters uniform, when you look at that purple on the jersey that is the nineties reminds me of Space Jam, like this era, when there was so much silly basketball stuff happening, and it really just sends you back to that time, the logo is cartoonish, and it's very reminiscent of a specific era and people love reliving parts of their lives through tangible items things that they can touch and feel. That's why people are paying out to own original piece because they're investing in their past. So obviously, the raptors are not wearing the purple uniform from the nineties in the finals right now they're wearing their current uniform, which is pretty simple. It's pretty clean. It's like a white uniform with the black sand. Sarah fonts, the word raptors across the front. And then sometimes they wear a red uniform with the white Sarath raptors across the front. And then Roman this is where it gets very exciting. They have third uniform, which is black with a white Sarah, raptors across the that's when it gets really exciting mixing it up. I have seen this one. That's like it says north on it. What is can you describe that one for us? Yeah. They call that the city jersey, it's a red jersey. It has like a white, Chevron. So it's like this white arrow pointing up and it says north on it I actually think that one's pretty stylish. I like that one the best of their current uniforms. But with all of them, it's like they're good design. They're very clean. They're very simple. And ultimately, they're very safe. The current raptors uniform. It doesn't have a lot of. It's kind of weird for me to look at a raptors jersey with no purple in it. I get like you got to move away from the purple for a few years. But, like, why isn't the Dino jersey bean Warren as an alternate by the team at this point, like, how crazy would faint? Get for a quite Leonard. Raptors Dino jersey could you imagine? Give the people what they want. At the time, we're recording. This game five is just happened. The series is still alive. The rafters have one or two chances to make this happen, so quiet Leonard. I know you are an avid listener of, of design podcasts. See if you can make this happen before the finals Rover. So great if this showed up on the court at oracle, I mean, oh my God. I love it. All right. Thank you, Chris. Thank you. Roman..

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"bean warren" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

Invest Like the Best

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"bean warren" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

"Have you have french's mustard whatever the brand was worth a lot that source of independent vantage is is sort of a roading and you look at their fifty two week lows of the brands over the last couple of months they're struggling because brand doesn't mean much anymore word of mouth beans warren to the millennial generation and younger they're not as hooked on getting a pint sir hans or whatever they want some product that easy's you know using or something you know it's a different it's a different world today and they're struggling with that but those are the basically the buckets that you look to find something that allows you to get enough of a buried a competition to get you the most important thing in business buffet says the most important thing in business is does the business have pricing power if you don't have any pricing power you're in a tough situation yeah i always loved that litmus test because it straightforward some of the sustainable order forces stuff and sustainable competitive advantage both qualitatively and quantitatively is so hard to pin down but pricing power is pretty straightforward what would happen if you raise prices prayer meeting here's one of my other mentors michael mabaso who was introduced to me by michael arson who's a guy who works and manages one of the best investors in the world and least well known it cascade he manages the gates foundation money and huge pool of money but he's a fantastic investor but he entered we've just me to mob son and mabaso has his classic memo on basically essay on measuring the moat and basically what he's saying is is what creates the mode is quantitative and it's an art and it's a skill and it's dynamic and you have to do it but the test is quantitative and so you know you have it because you can measure it by roi and sustain roi over the years sustain ro years generated the fact that you have some pricing power and you're not just selling a commodity product and so michael's work has been sort of clarifying for me in the sense of the qualitative side of businesses about creating the moat and the quantitative side is about measuring it and keeping the two buckets in separate places mentally as hell.

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"bean warren" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

Invest Like the Best

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"bean warren" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

"Have you have french's mustard whatever the brand was worth a lot that source of independent vantage is is sort of a roading and you look at their fifty two week lows of the brands over the last couple of months they're struggling because brand doesn't mean much anymore word of mouth beans warren to the millennial generation and younger they're not as hooked on getting a pint sir hans or whatever they want some product that easy's you know using or something you know it's a different it's a different world today and they're struggling with that but those are the basically the buckets that you look to find something that allows you to get enough of a buried a competition to get you the most important thing in business buffet says the most important thing in business is does the business have pricing power if you don't have any pricing power you're in a tough situation yeah i always loved that litmus test because it straightforward some of the sustainable order forces stuff and sustainable competitive advantage both qualitatively and quantitatively is so hard to pin down but pricing power is pretty straightforward what would happen if you raise prices prayer meeting here's one of my other mentors michael mabaso who was introduced to me by michael arson who's a guy who works and manages one of the best investors in the world and least well known it cascade he manages the gates foundation money and huge pool of money but he's a fantastic investor but he entered we've just me to mob son and mabaso has his classic memo on basically essay on measuring the moat and basically what he's saying is is what creates the mode is quantitative and it's an art and it's a skill and it's dynamic and you have to do it but the test is quantitative and so you know you have it because you can measure it by roi and sustain roi over the years sustain ro years generated the fact that you have some pricing power and you're not just selling a commodity product and so michael's work has been sort of clarifying for me in the sense of the qualitative side of businesses about creating the moat and the quantitative side is about measuring it and keeping the two buckets in separate places mentally as hell.

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"bean warren" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"bean warren" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Sir data seven from the houston nine nine are showing blitz savage of the gut opted short side right here's the staff savage throwing rightside added complete had hurry he took out shot down at the end zone slow to get up as elvis of ill gotten to the back via now savage pops up and he's running off the field slows down now runs off again these east after hours with bean warren's it it these in in which once again multiple teams have been questioned four how they handled hits to the head with their players on the field so russell wilson the seattle seahawks that was one situation recently and which there was a major uproar clearly gets hit in the head checked out so quickly and back on the field really not allowing the full concussion protocol to take it's time to to go through all of the steps and the seahawks last i heard we're still potentially facing a fine from the nfl there are certainly ways that players and teams managed to skirt the full protocol not healthy not a good idea and it's crazy how many times there are delayed symptoms now here are the houston texans answering yet again for why one of their players was allowed to go back on the field despite what seems like a serious blow to the head not to mention side that he may have been knocked out mark vandermeer with a call the texans radio network it wasn't the first time that tom savage got hit on sunday he was under siege abundant but it was this hard hit by elvis tumor ville on a second quarter sack that produced a really scary reaction his head he hits the.

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"bean warren" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"bean warren" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The staff savage throwing rightside attic complete had hurry he took out shot that he had ademi andrews on slow to get up as eldest uber ville got sort of acfield now savage pops up and he's running off the field slows down now runs off again these these after hours with bean warren's and it these then ain which once again multiple teams have been questioned for how they handled hits to the head with their players on the field russell wilson the seattle seahawks that was one situation recently in which there was a major uproar clearly gets hit in the head checked out so quickly and back on the field really not allowing the full concussion protocol to take it's time to to go through all of the steps and the seahawks last i heard we're still potentially facing a fine from the nfl there are certainly ways that players and teams managed to skirt the full protocol not healthy not a good idea and it's crazy how many times there are delayed symptoms now here are the houston texas answering yet again for why one of their players was allowed to go back on the field despite what seemed like a serious blow to the head not to mention side that he may have been knocked out mark vandermeer with a call the texans radio network it wasn't the first time that tom savage got hit on sunday he was under siege abundant but it was.

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"bean warren" Discussed on Ross Tucker Football Podcast

Ross Tucker Football Podcast

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"bean warren" Discussed on Ross Tucker Football Podcast

"He again had that's a move for that i don't know the reason ford internally from a carolina perspective because obviously they're very limited at a wide receiver position so there's something going on there uh i don't know culpin benjamin i do know that when he came out he was in the same graft with mike evans and what you have access to the result it's always easy ross but teams have to make decisions and evaluations uh before they have access to the results and i know that a number of people in that organisation like killed benjamin moore than mike evans uh so i don't know what happened in carolina uh you know i think there's more to be gotten out of kilter in benjamin i think there's more there with his body and his talent uh clearly shown mcdermott and brandon bean warren in carolina dino kelvin benjamin so they clearly felt that he's a talented kid and if he could get far more out of them uh for a team that is lacking at the wide receiver position it it it's a move that make sense for them why caroline did it none of us can answer that but caroline is lacking receivers and yet they felt comfortable getting rid of kelvin benjamin yeah i i guess marty herni the gm said that this allows them to get more speed on the field did you see that as something that is lacking caroline and that this yes emma chance to get those guys on the field yes now maybe they feel based on practice and based on what's been going on as the season has progressed that hey we have to get curtis samuel far more snaps and if that's the case then they made a move that fits damn because w what they absolutely lack on offense right now with any kind of speeder vertical dimension so they may feel that hey it's time to make curtis samuel a fulltime receiver let's get him on the field let's make him tyree kill theoretically and let's go out to add that dimension to our offense which we clearly do not have up to this point.

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