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"charles de" Discussed on AP News
"Use promo code news at LifeLock .com. Bitches across Europe have forced the closure of the Acropolis in Athens for a second day. Biologists say even hotter weather is expected next week when the mercury is forecast to top about 104 degrees Fahrenheit in several popular Mediterranean tourist destinations. 15 cities in Italy were under heat advisories on Saturday. Rome saw a high of 95 F but is expected to get up to 107 .6 F on Tuesday. Experts urge vulnerable people to take precautions against the heat wave caused by a high pressure anti -cyclone from the south. It's been named Cerberus after the three -headed dog in ancient Greek mythology who guarded the gates of the underworld. I'm Charles de la Desma. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has released a video explaining a sudden visit to hospital saying he had suffered from dehydration. In the video released east by his office. Netanyahu says he had spent time with his wife at the Sea of under the sun with no hat on with no water not a good idea he adds he goes on I want to to thank you all for the concern and to thank the excellent team here at the Sheba Medical Center who who examined me. The 73 year old Netanyahu remains at hospital undergoing further tests. I'm Charles de la Desma Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's office says he has been he rushed to a hospital but that he's in good condition and getting a medical evaluation. The Israeli The Israeli leader's office says he's been treated at a hospital near Tel Aviv but gave no further details. A leading Israeli news site quoted an official close to Netanyahu as saying he had fainted but was fully conscious at the hospital. The report however could not immediately be confirmed. Netanyahu is said to be in generally good health. Though he was briefly hospitalized last October after feeling unwell during during prayers on Yom Kippur when observant Jews fast. The 73 year old is Israel's The longest -serving leader and his current far -right government a collection of religious and ultra nationalist took office last December. I'm Charles de la Desma. I'm Walter Radcliffe with the Religion Minute. Fidel Trujillo rings the bells of San Jose Church in Leduc's, New Mexico. Trujillo is the caretaker of to be at the the pink pink stucco church in the Hamlet where he grew up. He and his family keep it spotless even though only two masses per year are celebrated here. Missionaries started building churches like this one out of Adobe Mud Bricks 400 years ago. Villagers instituted lay church caretakers called mayor domos. okay the adobe it consists of sand, dirt and straw. Leal Paul Pacheco and other descendants of the mayor domos are today at the front of the fight to save these historic structures from crumbling back to the earth. These uniquely new mexican adobe churches are being threatened by depopulation, dwindling congregations and fading traditions. It's becoming increasingly difficult to find the necessary investment plus specialized conservation skills and families willing to serve as mayor to preserve these churches. I'm Walter Ratliff. British antitrust regulators have extended their deadline to issue a final order blocking at Microsoft's 69 billion dollar plan to buy video game maker Activision. The Competition and Markets Authority on said Friday they need more time to consider the US tech giant's detailed and complex submission. Pleading its case, the authority had rejected the deal, the biggest in tech history, over fears it would stifle competition for popular game titles like Call of Duty in the fast -growing cloud gaming market. The watchdogs new decision could be a good sign for Microsoft and Activision as they battle to close the agreement signed in nearly 18 months ago. The new deadline's August 29. Charles De La Thesma, London. Experts understand the Black Sea grain initiative faces challenges. Agreements that the UN and Turkey brokered with Ukraine and Russia to allow food and fertilizer to get from the warring nations to parts of the world where millions are going hungry have eased concerns over global food security but they face increasing risks. Moscow has ramped up its rhetoric saying it may not extend the deal that expires on Monday unless its demands are met. That includes ensuring its own agricultural shipments don't face hurdles. The Black Sea grain initiative has allowed 32 .8 million metric tons of grain to be exported from Ukraine since last August. I'm Charles De La Thesma. The Mega Millions jackpot continues to grow. With no winner Friday the top Mega Millions prize is now estimated at 640 million dollars. That's the seventh largest jackpot in the game's history. Four tickets did match all five white balls to garner the second prize level Friday but they didn't have the gold mega ball that was never 15. The last top prize winner was in April. As for the long odds of winning one in over 302 million. The next chance to win Tuesday night. I'm Shelley Adler. Hundreds of flights across Italy have been cancelled. Forcing travellers at the peak of the tourist season to make alternative plans. Yeah it got cancelled. It was Ita Aroway to Catania. It got cancelled. Stefano Dola from Philadelphia is in shock after hearing the news. Air transport unions have gone ahead with a planned strike following a paralysing real strike. Also affected is Londoner Lizzie Lake. She wants to get home but she's accustomed to strikes back in the UK. We're excited to be able to stay for a few more days but it's just frustrating obviously. I've got a little boy. We just want to get home now but we have strikes in England so we're used to it. Summertime in Italy is often peak season for these kinds of things. Stranding commuters and tourists like as unions press demands for better work contracts and conditions. I'm Charles de Ledesma. The South Korean government says days of heavy rain have caused landslides, floods and other incidents and left at least 22 people dead and at least 14 others missing. Officials say five people died after landslides caused by the torrential downpours buried their houses while some others died in landslide related incidents but the latest ministry report hasn't explained the cause of death for the additional fatalities. Rainfall has forced close to 5 ,000 people to evacuate and left thousands of households without electricity in the past seven days. More than 2 ,000 people remain in temporary shelters as of Saturday afternoon. Also 20 flights have been cancelled and the country's train service and some of its bullet trains suspended. I'm Charles Dilledesma. AP News for this Sunday July 16th. I'm Jackie Quinn. Strong storms of wreaked havoc on the Coast East causing deaths in some places and disruptions in others. We will work tirelessly until we locate the loved ones. A local fire chief Tim Brewer on WPVI -TV in Bucks County, Pennsylvania where at least four people were killed when cars were swept away in flash flooding. Tragically we are looking for two children from the same family. One boy who is nine months, one female who's his older sister who is two. Suffolk County, New York has already seen more than five inches of rain. Governor Kathy Hochul's asking people to stay home. Stay off the roads we can avoid a lot of unnecessary rescues. Hundreds of flights have been cancelled at airports in the greater New York area including the major hub in Newark, New Jersey. The gate wave continues in the southwest. Phoenix on track to set a new record for consecutive days at 110 degrees. Breaking news in sports there's a new Wimbledon champ Carlos Alcaraz of Spain beat Novak Djokovic in five sets. In Georgia the manhunt continues for a suspect believed to have shot
China defends ban on US chipmaker Micron, accuses Washington of 'economic coercion'
"China's defended its ban on products from U.S. memory chip maker Micron Technology in some computer systems after Washington expressed concern. The dispute adds to strains over technology and security a China foreign ministry spokesperson saying the security review of micron products was conducted in accordance with the law, adding the products have unspecified security risks but gave no details. That came after Washington, Japan and the Netherlands blocked Chinese access to technology to make advanced processor chips on security grounds at a time when the ruling Communist Party's threatening to attack Taiwan and is more assertive towards his other Asian neighbors. I'm Charles De Ledesma
Sustainable till death do us part, and 45 days beyond; mushroom coffin a last best wish for some
"For those seeking to live in the most sustainable way, then that is an afterlife too. A Dutch company is now growing coffins by putting mycelium the root structure of mushrooms together with hemp fiber in a special mold that in a week turns into what could basically be compared to the looks of an unpainted Egyptian sarcophagus, and while traditional wooden coffins come from trees that can take decades to grow in years to break down in the soil, the mushroom versions, biodegrades, and delivers the remains to nature in barely a month and a half, with climate consciousness and a special care for nature of focal point in evermore lives the novel initiative may offer a solution. For those wanting to live the full circle of life and then some I'm Charles De Ledesma
Russia's Wagner boss says more than 20,000 of his troops died in Bakhmut battle
"The fact that militia, which is aiding Russia wage war on Ukraine. Says thousands have lost their lives. Wagner's chief says his false has lost more than 20,000 soldiers in the drawn out battle for bakhmut, with about 20% of the 50,000 Russian convicts he recruited to fight in the 15 month war dying in the eastern Ukrainian city. The figures in stark contrast with claims for Moscow for its lost just over 6000 troops in the war. It's also higher than the official estimate of the Soviet losses in the Afghanistan war of 15,000 troops between 1979 and 1989, the Ukrainian general staff says that heavy fighting is continuing in days after Russia said it's completely captured the devastated city. I'm Charles De Ledesma
Russia says it shot down drones in border region after raid from Ukraine territory
"A local official says Russian forces shot down drones in the southern Bulgarian region, a day after Moscow had announced its forces had crushed across border raid. In a telegram post, Belgrade's governor says a large number of drones were intercepted overnight, adding no one had been hurt, but administrative buildings, residential buildings, and cars had been damaged. Ukrainian officials haven't immediately commented. Details on the raid are unclear, Moscow's blaming the incursion that had begun on Monday on Ukrainian military saboteurs, while Keith has described it as an uprising against the Kremlin by Russian partisans. I'm Charles De Ledesma
Half of US public approves of Washington's arms deliveries to Ukraine in war's 2nd year
"A survey by the University of Chicago's Harris school of public policy and norc shows U.S. popular support for Washington's backing of Ukraine has faded a little but remains widespread. The polls suggest half of the people in the U.S. support The Pentagon's ongoing supply of weapons to Ukraine for its defense against Russian forces that levels nearly unchanged in the past year, while about a quarter are opposed to sustaining the military lifeline that's now topped $37 billion. Big majorities among both Democrats and Republicans believe Russia's attack on Ukraine was unjustified according to the poll taken last month when it comes to specific kinds of U.S. backing for Ukraine, popular support for U.S. sanctions against Russia has experienced the most significant drop, falling 13% this spring, although still a majority. I'm Charles De Ledesma.
Fans will need to pre-register for free tickets to Paris' gargantuan 2024 Olympic opening ceremony, with tight security.
"The interior minister, the organizing committee president for the Paris games, and the French capital's mayor signed an 11th page security protocol for the ceremony on July 26th, 2024. It explains steps that will be taken to shield huge crowds and 10,500 athletes from the threats of terrorism drone attacks and other risks are notable change is that the spectators who can watch the open air extravaganza for free will need to pre register for tickets. They'll be spread along a three and a half mile stretch of the river center, the show lasting over three hours. I'm Charles De Ledesma
Pope's Ukraine peace envoy blasts war as a 'pandemic' that affects everyone
"Pope Francis peace envoy for Ukraine has blasted war as a pandemic and says all Christians are called to be peacemakers. Cardinal matthieu zuppi in his first public comments, since being named the Pope's peace envoy calls for the creation of a culture of peace to respond to that deep anxiety, sometimes an expressed he says often unheard of peoples who need peace, zappy, is the archbishop of Bologna, president of the Italian bishops conference, and a veteran of the Catholic Church's peace mediation initiatives. He helped mediate the 1990s peace deals ending civil wars in both Guatemala and Mozambique and headed the commission negotiating a ceasefire in Burundi in 2000. I'm Charles De Ledesma
Blinken warns rival Sudanese generals to respect latest truce or face possible sanctions
"Secretary of State Antony Blinken warns Saddam's rival generals to abide by the latest ceasefire or face possible sanctions. Blinken's call comes as resident support sporadic fighting between the warring sides in the capital of Khartoum and a northern city in a video message posted by the U.S. embassy on social media, the Secretary of State says the fighting has been tragic, senseless and devastating, adding the truce is meant to allow the delivery of humanitarian assistance and restore essential services and infrastructure destroyed in the clashes. I'm Charles De Ledesma
Prince Harry’s effort to pay for British police protection fails in court
"A London judge has ruled against prince Harry in his efforts to pay for police protection when he visits Britain. The ruling rejects the Duke of Sussex's assertion that the British government exceeded its authority. When it denied his request to hire police, the government had stopped providing security after Harry and his wife, Meghan, quit their royal duties and moved to California in 2020. Harry says he doesn't feel safe visiting with his young children and has cited aggressive paparazzi, the lawsuit is the only one of the 5 active legal cases he has in London courts that is not against British tabloid publishers over allegations of libel or phone hacking. Charles De Ledesma, London
Police in Portugal resume search for Madeleine McCann, British child missing since 2007
"Portuguese police have resumed searching for Madeleine McCann, the British toddler, who disappeared in the country's Algarve region in 2007. Media assemble as police teams arrive on erect tents and coltons in the area by the ara de dam, about 30 miles from where the three year old was last seen alive on Monday, Portuguese judicial police released a statement confirming local media reports that they would conduct the search at the request of the German authorities, and in the presence of British officials, in mid 2020, Germany's police identified Christine bruckner a 45 year old German citizen who was in the Algarve in 2007 as a suspect in the case. Has denied any involvement. I'm Charles De Ledesma.
Russia still fending off alleged Ukrainian incursion, reports more drone attacks
"Russia's continuing to fend off and alleged incursion by Ukrainian saboteurs, first reported on Monday in a Russian border region. The governor of the Belgrade region on the border with Ukraine says the military and security forces continue to sweep the area around the town of great Warren, where the alleged attack on Monday took place. While it's not the first time Russia has alleged an incursion by Ukrainian saboteurs, it's the first time the operation to counter the incursion has continued for a second day, highlighting the struggles, Moscow's facing amid its bogged down invasion of Ukraine, Keith was denied the allegations, blaming Russian guerrilla groups supporting Ukraine. I'm Charles De Ledesma.
Hiroshima bomb survivors on G7, want people to remember
"As world leaders came together last week for the G 7 meeting in Hiroshima Japan, atomic bomb survivors spoke of their experiences and the threat posed by nuclear weapons. Two elderly men who were babies when the bomb hit and a woman who was born soon after, explained the complicated feelings of watching leaders of current nuclear weapons powers, visiting the city, first hit by an atomic attack. Whose director of the Hiroshima prefecture confederation says he has no idea if the leaders fully understood what we are saying, but when they go home, I think they should open a explain to their people what survivors have gone through. And satoshi Tanaka also an atomic bomb survivor are now 6 general of a liaison conference group ads, as the leaders were visiting the peace park you know, it was raining while I was wondering why it was raining. And I really think it was the hibakusha and those who perished in the atomic bombing, crying. The trio spoke of their hopes for the abolition of nuclear weapons. I'm Charles De Ledesma
Pakistan frees Imran Khan associate even as authorities plan to prosecute thousands of his followers
"A colleague of former Pakistan prime minister Imran Khan's has been freed from detention. A Pakistani court has ordered the release of Shireen mazari, who served as rights minister under Khan during his 2018 to 2022 term in office, mazari was arrested last week in the capital Islamabad on charges of inciting people to violence now the authorities have ordered her release following a petition by her daughter, however, the family says that despite the court order, mazari has still not been let go, the government is pressing ahead with plans to prostitute thousands of Khan's followers, implicated in recent anti government violence. I'm Charles De Ledesma
Vinicius Junior says Spanish league ‘now belongs to racists' after enduring more abuse
"The latest abuse against Vinicius came in his team Real Madrid's one zero loss to Valencia, a match that had to be temporarily stopped after the Brazil Ford spoke out about the latest incident, according to media reports, Valencia has identified two fans who allegedly insulted the star behind one of the goals, some comments on social media claim fans were saying the Spanish were tonto, meaning silly, instead of mono, meaning monkey. However, the 22 year old star whose black has been subjected to racist abuse since moving to Spain 5 years ago. I'm Charles De Ledesma
Angry fans crash through gate at El Salvador soccer match in stampede that kills 12, injures dozens
"Fans angry at being blocked from entering the match between club alianza and faz, despite having tickets knocked down a small access gate to the stadium, creating the deadly crush. Local television transmitted live images of the aftermath of the stampede, which apparently mainly involved alianza supporters, dozens made it onto the field where they received medical treatment. Play was suspended about 16 minutes into the game when fans in the stands wave frantically before getting the attention of those on the field and carrying the injured out of a tunnel and down onto the field. I'm Charles De Ledesma
Russia claims to have Bakhmut but top Ukrainian military leaders say the battle is not over
"Officials from both Russia and Ukraine dispute who occupies the eastern city of bakhmut. Russia claims it's one control of back mount, after a grinding 9 month conflict, in which tens of thousands of fighters died. But top Ukrainian military leaders say the battle is not over. Ukrainian officials acknowledge they now control only a small part of the city, but say their fighter's presence has played a key role in their strategy of exhausting the Russian military, and they say their current positions in surrounding areas will let them strike back inside back mud while Ukrainian forces are making significant advances just outside the 400 year old city. I'm Charles De Ledesma
Russia-Georgia flights resume despite protests, strained ties
"Direct flights have resumed between Russia and Georgia, amid protests and sharp criticism, just over a week after the Kremlin unexpectedly lifted a four year old ban, despite rocky relations between the nations. Georgian police clashed with protesters who had gathered at the airport to meet an azimuth airlines flight from Moscow, the first to arrive from Russia for four years, with signs and slogans criticizing the Kremlin pro European organizer Ellen Koch taria rejects any sign of pro Russian sympathies. The geopolitical decision of Georgian government and Russian government to resume the flights, which is basically the instrument to take back Georgia under Russian influence. And we don't want to be in Russia. Our choice is the Georgian aviation authority this week had authorized two small Russian airlines asimov and red wings to launch flights to two cities in Georgia. I'm Charles De Ledesma.
Russian PM to visit Beijing as China renews criticism of Western arms sales to Ukraine
"China's hit out against western arms sales to Ukraine. Deputy permanent UN representative gen xiong has again criticized the sales, saying it would only lead to escalation more civilian casualties and displacement and make it harder to obtain a ceasefire and start peace negotiations. China says it does not and will not provide arms to either side in the Ukraine conflict, a point getting reiterated at a Security Council meeting on Thursday, China says it's a neutral party and wants to help broker an end to the 15 month old conflict, but has refused to criticize the invasion and blames the west for provoking Moscow. I'm Charles De Ledesma
"charles de" Discussed on Cloud Security Podcast by Google
"Threat horizons to be exact. Great horizons. Is that like when you're afraid you're gonna fall off the edge of the world? Is that a threatening horizon? What's a threat horizon? Threat horizon is actually a threat intelligence report by Google. Okay, sorry, I'm gonna go somewhere boring, but oh, is that like an event horizon? How did horizon get into this title anyway? Actually, I don't know. I think when the report was being named, I was technically reported to the marketing team, but they didn't ask me. They didn't ask me. So but at the same time, I have to acknowledge that the name is kind of cool and it's cool for multiple reasons because a lot of other vendors kind of repeat the same naming themes threatened intelligence reports that analytics report, threat report, and to me threat horizons name really does stand out. I'm sorry. We argued about it with a chronicle is a good name. And I think it's an awesome name and you think it's maybe not so great. But the threat horizons to me, I was instantly in love. I really love the name of the report. No, I think it's a good name too. I might be ripping on it, but it's a good name. Listeners, here's a fun fact. Anton and I once collectively renamed somebody else's product two days before it launched. That was one of the Stranger Things we've had to do together here at Google. It turns out we have the delightful pleasure of working together on things that are not just the podcast. So today we're talking about the threat horizons report. We're talking about some of the great stuff in it. And we get into some fun back and forth with our guests about what's actually scary in cloud versus what's actually common in cloud. Do you want to say anything about that distinction? Actually, we've asked our guest, as you would hear in a few moments, what was the most surprising part? But what was the most not surprising? Crypto miners ransomware and to a lesser extent dataset. But ultimately, the cryptovirus and ransomware are two threats that at this point are very much not surprising in the cloud. Frankly, if you wake me up at 3 a.m. notorious Anthony a.m. test and say, and name one threat that's the most common in the cloud, I would go crypto miners, of course. Yeah, of course. I wouldn't do ran somewhere. I wouldn't say ransomware. I wouldn't either. But apparently it's common in its interest in how the surprising part is that it probably peaked, ransomware, and kryptonite has probably peaked according to our guest. I think that that is a very optimistic take on some of the trends we're seeing, but let's not stall any longer. Listeners, please welcome today's guest. I'm delighted to introduce today's guest today we're joined by Charles De Beck, cyber threat, intelligence expert. Here at Google Cloud. Charles, we want to get right into it. Could you start out just by sharing a little bit about how is Google approaching threat intelligence? Is it what's special about it? Is it that we got the biggest sensors, the biggest team, what's special here? Yeah, thank you so much for having me. Excited to talk about this today.
"charles de" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"On America in the morning. It's 26 after. It was false fears of a shooting at a rap concert in Rochester, New York that made a crowd stampede to the exits as correspondent Julie Walker tells us the incident resulted in one concert goer dying, 8 others hurt. Rochester police chief David Smith says it happened at Gloria's Sunday Night concert at the Main Street armory, a 33 year old woman died and two people are in critical condition Preliminary reports from people that have seen indicate that these injuries were caused from people being trampled. We do not have any evidence of gunshots being fired or of anyone being shot or stabbed at the scene. Mayor Malik Evans, bowing told anyone found responsible accountable, including the venue. You go to a concert, you do not expect to be traveled. Gloria tweeting, she's praying everybody's okay? Audio courtesy, 13 W HAM. I'm Julie Walker. Unions are threatening to shut down France's economy, as Charles De Ledesma explains it's due to outrage over a proposal by the French president to raise the national retirement age. The first actions have involved truckers sporadically blocking major highway arteries and interchanges in go slow actions dubbed escargot operations across several French regions, then unions plan an open ended strike on the national rail service starting later Monday. The government's pricing for the biggest disruptions on Tuesday when unions plan protests across multiple sectors the retirement reform would raise the official pension age from 62 to 64 the bills under debate in parliament. I'm Charles De Ledesma. America in the morning for Tuesday, march 7th, 2023 is produced by Jeff McKay, senior producer Kevin Delaney. I'm John trout. This is Westwood one. Hello? Man, where are you? This wedding is live. I thought you were coming. Oh, I can't. I'm in bed with the flu. The flu. You didn't get a flu shot? I wish I did. I can't believe I'm missing
"charles de" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"So are you on America in the morning. It's 26 after. It was false fears of a shooting at a rap concert in Rochester, New York that made a crowd stampede to the exits as correspondent Julie Walker tells us the incident resulted in one concert goer dying, 8 others hurt. Rochester police chief David Smith says it happened at Gloria's Sunday Night concert at the Main Street armory, a 33 year old woman died and two people are in critical condition. Preliminary reports from people that have seen indicate that these injuries were caused from people being trampled. We do not have any evidence of gunshots being fired or of anyone being shot or stabbed at the scene. Mayor Malik Evans, vowing to hold anyone found responsible accountable, including the venue. When you go to a concert, you do not expect to be trampled. Gloria tweeting, she's praying everybody's okay. Audio courtesy, 13 W HAM. I'm Julie Walker. Unions are threatening to shut down France's economy, as Charles De Ledesma explains it's due to outrage over a proposal by the French president to raise the national retirement age. The first actions have involved truckers sporadically blocking major highway arteries and interchanges in go slow actions dubbed escargot operations across several French regions. Then unions plan an open ended strike on the national rail service starting later Monday, the government's bracing for the biggest disruptions on Tuesday. When unions plan protests across multiple sectors, the retirement reform would raise the official pension age from 62 to 64 the bills under debate in parliament. I'm Charles De Ledesma. America in the morning for Tuesday, march 7th, 2023 is produced by Jeff McKay. Senior producer Kevin Delaney. I'm John trout
"charles de" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Single day what the meaning of the word courage is. I'm Charles De Ledesma. 21 before the hour on America in the morning. Sarah peralte is the senior editor at farmers almanac, founded in 17 92, and that's a discussion Sarah in and of itself. The farmers almanac garden guide has been released to tell us what's in it. The Guardian guide is brand new just released on February 14th Valentine's Day and it's really a guide for anybody who's looking to learn how to plant or if you already know how to plant and you're looking for some inspiration. So some stories of what people have done in their yards. We like to call those gardeners who inspire everybody. So a little bit of everything and it should be available now everywhere you would buy books or magazines, if you go to the grocery store, hardware store, bookstore, it's everywhere. That's the garden guide, and I would assume the urban gardens are a pardon the pun growing opportunity for folks like you who keep folks abreast of how to care for their plants. Absolutely. I mean, we have to find ways to garden in the spaces that we're in. So, you know, maybe not all of us are in rural areas where we can have these massive gardens. We need to know how to grow maybe on a rooftop or in a community garden where you have a smaller plot. So we tell you the best soil, how to test your soil, the best thing is to plant, companion plants that are going to help each other. You know, it's just so much great information in one magazine. I live in an area where there are a lot of pine trees. And so the soil remains very acidic throughout the year, and I find that I have to throw a lot of lime into the earth. We used to grow. I think at one time, my wife and I had 30 tomato plants, but we've moved it indoors. There's these new things they look like keurig coffee pods. And she was presented with a gift for Christmas from some friends. And we're now growing indoors. Do you have tips for folks like us? Absolutely. I mean, even if you're not going to grow indoors all year long, which you totally can, you might want to start your seeds indoors. So we've got some great advice on how you're going to start your season exactly what they need. And then yeah, if you want to transplant them outside or continue to grow inside, you'll find that in the 2023 old firms all in that garden gang. The garden got, how long has that been published now? This is our 22nd year was the guardian. Not quite as old as the 231 years. 231. So that goes back to around the founding of our nation. Well, George Washington was president when it came out, so I like to think that every U.S. president has had one. In the office with him. Your rise to the position of senior editor at were you a farmer? How did you come about this position? Well, I have lived in New Hampshire, my entire life. And the O 5 was home and that is a staple of New Hampshire in a very small town called Dublin. I used to pass it sometime. It's about an hour from where I live and so I've known about it my whole life, my grandparents, my parents always had a copy of the old pharmaceutical in their house. So I was very familiar with it. And when I heard when I was in my early 20s, fresh out of college, that the old firm was on an act of looking for an assistant editor, I thought, I could do that. And I think I'd like that. That was about 20 years ago. Wow. Good for you. First, woman, senior editor at the publication. I can not claim that. We do have the first female editor who is Janice Tillman, who has been here. I believe, I've been here 20 years, I believe she's been here 23 years. And she's only the 13th editor of the almanac. Wow. In the farmer's almanac itself, again, you mentioned founded 1792, you've got 18 areas, I believe, of the nation broken down into whether regions. Is that
"charles de" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Your home for news, opinion, and insight right here on 8 20, where facts matter. This is a P news. I'm Rita foley. The White House notified Moscow before President Biden popped up in Ukraine this morning just so there wasn't any misunderstanding that could lead to conflicts as national security adviser Jake Sullivan, the president spent 5 hours in Kyiv this morning saluting the Ukrainians for fighting Russia after it invaded one year ago this week. One year later, key stans, and Ukraine stands. Democracy stands, the Americans stand with you and the world stands with you. The AP's Charles De Ledesma. The Ukraine visit comes at a crucial moment in the war as Biden looks to keep allies unified in their support for Ukraine as the war is expected to intensify with both sides preparing for spring offensives in keep the president underlines total American support. The American stands with you and the world stands with you. Biden with Ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky salutes the will of the Ukrainian people. You and all Ukrainians, mister president, remind the world every single day with the media the word courage is. I'm Charles De Ledesma. Police in New Orleans say one person has died and four others were wounded after a shooting during a Mardi Gras parade last night. One person is in custody. CNN morning host Don lemon isn't on the air again today as criticism continues over his comments last Thursday about Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley. He said, Haley, who was 51, is not in her prime. He has since apologized, but has been widely criticized. Admirers are showing up at the Carter center in Atlanta in honor of former president Carter, who's in hospice care. Now it is Georgia home. He is 98, one man says he wanted his sons to know how great a humanitarian Jimmy Carter is. This is AP news. The AP's Julie Walker has more on former president Carter and the well wishers remembering him. Prayers and memories of Jimmy Carter's legacy at Maranatha baptist church in plains, Georgia Sunday, where he was a longtime worshipper. His niece Kim fuller emotional as she offered this prayer. They had my father and we just thank you for giving us the opportunity to be in the lives of these people. And to have known them to love. And at the Carter center in Atlanta dozens of well wishers like James culbertson. Not every day at
"charles de" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Around here. And we are taking this storm seriously, and we need our citizens to be prepared. Charles De mayor, technical, says police officers are working 12 hour shifts. Russian president Vladimir Putin is delivering a major address at the Kremlin today formally annexing four Ukrainian regions. This after holding what Ukraine and Western countries said were sham referendums in the Russian occupied areas. The wife of Supreme Court Justice clarence Thomas appeared before the January 6th committee investigating the capitol riot. In the days after the 2020 election, Ginny Thomas urged the Trump White House to fight back an emailed state lawmakers asking them to help overturn the election results. Live from the Bloomberg interactive broker studios, this is global news 24 hours a day on air. And on Bloomberg Quinta, powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts more than a 120 countries. I'm Michael barb, this is Bloomberg, Tom Paul. Michael Barr a, they're on the West Coast, so it's old news there were sleep what they're doing their magic. I'm thinking of mister Rhode Island the San Francisco Giants who just killed it last night. I love love love. Watching in pitch. And then the Los Angeles angels have a guy who may be a 6 bull crown winner this year. I mean, the judge can win the Triple Crown to his ohtani wind, the quintuple crown or something. And it's still an argument if Otis should get the most valuable player award in the league. But boy, it is up in the air. It will now obviously have hit 62, then all right, but listen to this. Our rich Truman producer just thwarted this stuff. Rich who? Ohtani, 15 victories are tied for third in the AL, his 213 strikeouts are third, 2.35 ERA is fourth at the plate. He is fourth in the league with 34 home runs and 6th with 94 RBIs and I've never seen him play a full game. What is West Coast? The deaths were asleep. It's unbelievable. I mean, it's a story like and he does it almost every day. If he was playing for Lisa Brown, it's his mets. He'd be a household name. Yes. I'm sorry. That's what I'm selling judge. Do not go to the San Francisco Giants because you will go off the radar. No, stay here. Please stay here. Yankees, make sure judge stays here. Please, please, please please, please. But this ohtani is just extraordinary to be a leading offensive player and a leading pitcher is just you wonder. With judge is he matures, et cetera, could he win the Cy Young and whatever batting award to Triple Crown in the same year? Well, we've never thought of that. If he would pitch a ball like he swings a bat, there is no question. And he's got a gun for an arm from the outfield. Who knows? Oh yeah. It's, by the way, it was like someone popped up a trivia question real quick. What do Roger Maris and judge have in common with the uniform? 9. 9 9 9 9. Yep. That's right. Maris
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"For you, she was your queen. To us, she was a queen. To us all. She would be with us forever. We will remember and perpetuate the values she never seized to embody and promote. The moral fortitude of democracy and freedom. A tribute to the late Queen Elizabeth II from Emmanuel Macron. The French president. Pitchers come again now sent around the world of King Charles the third, touching down from balmoral, Scotland, just mama sugawa, now heading to Buckingham Palace where a little bit later on this evening in the United Kingdom, 6 p.m. local time, so 1 p.m. eastern will have an address from the kingdom to the nation and as you've rightly pointed out so I'm not just the nation to the world. I think to the world and is President Biden and doctor Biden, I believe John are confirmed now attend the funeral. And others will, I hearken back to 1963. It's my only equivalent to shock of Charles De Gaulle in highly Selassie of Ethiopia standing there at Arlington cemetery seared in my childhood. I don't mean that there's an equivalent there, but at the same time, I do think that the enormity of what we may see, I believe, ten at least scheduled Monday up next week could be really significant. When if a confirmation of that term? Well, when? Waiting for confirmation. We're waiting for excuse me waiting for confirmation to come. This is an honor, and we've had an extraordinary first day, John Lisa and I say thank you to our team working around the clock since the death of the queen to bring you voices of perspective. Daniel Jurgen is an S&P Global author of a few books on oil and also definitive, the commanding heights, the battle between government and the marketplace, the remaking of a modern world, the Queen Elizabeth was so much a part of. Doctor Jurgen, thank you so much for joining us. And I go back to a conversation you and I had after the death of baroness Thatcher of a funeral you attended with great emotion in London and the politics of Thatcher and such, there was a relationship of the commanding heights of British politics, always with the queen. What will that relationship look like forward with a king? Well, this is a king of course is very much part of the
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"Hong Kong and seizing the historic opportunities presented by our country's development, and in aligning with national strategies. President of China seizing ping speaking there the trip is she's first to Hong Kong since overseeing twin crackdowns on political descent and COVID-19 and his first outside Mainland China in almost 900 days. Now another headache for the European aviation industry, Paris, Charles De Gaulle airport is facing a second day of strikes over pay today, forcing France's civil aviation authority to scrap 17% of flights through the hub. On Thursday, Heathrow Airport told airlines to cut 30 flights from their schedules due to staffing issues, transport secretary grant shap says he wants to see improvements. Millions of families are looking forward to getting away on holiday, perhaps the first one they've had since the pandemic. We appreciate the airports are busy as they recover, but the very last thing we want to see repeatedly scenes that we saw at Easter and a half term. Transport secretary grant shapps speaking their British Airways, Heathrow's biggest carrier already slashed summer capacity by 10% to reduce pressure on operations. Now Germany is in talks to bail out the energy giant uniper to stem broader fallout from Russia's moves to slash natural gas deliveries. The largest buyer of Russian gas in Germany said that it's in discussions about a possible increase in state backed loans or even equity investments to secure liquidity, universe share is plunged as much as 23% on Thursday, so the lowest level in more than 5 years. Earlier this week, Germany's economy minister Robert harbeck warned that a squeeze in Russian gas supplies risk creating deeper turmoil likening it to a Lehman Brothers moment. The U.S. Supreme Court, meanwhile, has restricted the environmental protection agencies authority to curb greenhouse gases from power plants, siding with the coal mining companies. The 6 to three ruling is a blow to President Biden's climate change agenda, the majority of the court said the EPA can regulate power plant emissions, but can't try to shift power generation from fossil fuel plants to clean a sources. Here's how the governor of California Gavin Newsom reacted. The idea that the U.S. Supreme Court moved to take away one of the most significant and historically powerful tools to address the ravages of climate change is incomprehensible. We've got to wake up to what's going on, Supreme
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"Health of their communities, he says. This isn't a game, echoing his wife's call to keep school kids safer by following the science. We owe them unity so that we can fight the virus, Not each other Saga or Megane Washington. The coronavirus pandemic has had a big impact on the black community and on those who provide funeral services, Second generation mortician Sean Troy in South Carolina. Lost his father to the virus. Just never vision myself looking at my father's name plate team starting anything. William Penn Troy Sr. Died in August of last year. Never thought to do this so close with the national Funeral Directors and Morticians Association says the funeral director is the most prominent individual in the African American community. No disrespect to my colleagues across the country. Um, where more. Um I should say intimate more more because of our cultural base. Sean Troy says he still gets inspiration from his father. You can do this. I got you. You were training you for this all your life. You've been ready to do this. Now is your time Since the start of the pandemic about 130 black morticians have died from the coronavirus. I'm Ed Donahue a day before the 9 11 anniversary. Washington is remembering and reflecting. From the Pentagon to the Justice and state departments. 20 years after September 11 2000 and one that day is forever seared into all of our memories. It felt somehow deeply personal. And I think it's still does pain. The terror we each have our own 9 11 story for then. Army Officer Matthew Clem. Oh, it was sitting in a Pentagon command center hearing. President Bush issue orders. I want you to find out who did this. I want you to track them down and I want you to destroy them. 20 years later, General John heighten the Pentagon's number two officer says the military did its job. We kept our nation safe. SOCCER Megane Washington A new government has been announced. In Lebanon. Over a year after the previous administration quit with McCarty becoming prime minister, a position he's held twice before. Robots are Magic. McCarty pledges to do everything in his power to hold the country's dramatic economic collapse, urging fractures politicians to work together. Holding back tears. McCarty, one of the richest men in the country, spoke to of Lebanese mothers who can't feed their Children and students whose parents can no longer afford to send them to school. The political agreement breaks a 12 month deadlock that's seen the country slide deeper into financial chaos and poverty. I'm Charles de la Decima. What happens if you can't pay your bills? We may be about to find out. The fear is that the U. S made the fault on its bills for the first time ever. In fact, Washington think tank, the bipartisan policy center. Says the government will likely face an unprecedented default this fall. If the train goes off the rails as the think tank puts it, the government would not be able to make payments on time, like military pay a Medicare provider payments just to name two Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen warned Congress this week. If it doesn't act, the U. S will be unable to avert a default in October. I'm Rita Foley. Inflation at the wholesale level climb to 8.3% last month. It's the biggest annual gains since the Labor Department started calculating the 12 month number in 2010. The Producer Price Index, which measures inflationary pressures before they reach consumers rose 7/10 of a percent in August after full 1% increases in both June and July, when compared with August of 2020 prices were 8.3% higher. Core prices, which excludes the volatile food and energy categories also rose those slightly less 6/10 of a percent from July and 6.7% from a year earlier. Inflation has been stirring as the economy recovers from the coronavirus recession, with supply chain bottlenecks in a worker shortage, pushing prices higher. Ben Thomas. Washington The head of Britain's domestic intelligence agency warns the Taliban takeover in Afghanistan could fuel terror plots. Myth five. Director General Ken McCallum believes the Taliban has heartened and emboldened extremists and could lead to the return of major Al Qaeda style attack plots against the West. McCallum adds, Britain could face more risk because of the withdrawal of NATO troops and the overthrow of the Afghan government. In a rare interview with the BBC, he says nations must be vigilant both for the increase and inspired terrorism, which has become a trend over the past 5 to 10 years alongside the potential regrowth of Al Qaeda style directed plots. Charles de la Decima. London 80 News for Friday September 10th. I'm Tim.
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"Era unemployment benefits. Millions of Americans face Labor Day with a suddenly shrunken social safety Net. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says Congress should extend the added jobless benefits. I believe in extending it. They're a good number of congressmen and senators who do not. We're going to fight to try and get it. On Friday, President Biden offered this states have the option to extend those benefits. And the federal resources from the rescue plan to do so. Ben Thomas Washington Dr Anthony Fauci says he thinks booster shots will be able to start the week of September. 20th for those who got the Pfizer vaccine. Modern is maybe a couple of weeks later, he says, no clear reason as to why this is happening. But airplanes expected to fly out of Afghanistan with evacuees on them are not able to leave the country. The Taliban says it has taken control of Panjshir Province, the only province the Taliban had not already taken. This is a P news AP Correspondent Charles de la Decima has more now on the Taliban taking Panjshir province during the blitz across Afghanistan last month, the woman's jungle Democrat where William the dynamics of the Taliban spokesman Mujaheed issues, a statement saying pants here is now under the control of Taliban fighters. He said the group tried to solve the problems through negotiations, and they the opposition had rejected talks. And then, he said. We had to send our forces to fight. The anti Taliban forces have been led by a former vice president and also the son of the iconic anti Taliban fighter, Ahmed Shah Massoud, who was killed just days before the 9 11 terrorist attacks in the US I'm Charles De Ledesma, The body of a hiker found in the Glacier National Park has been identified as a woman from Richmond, Virginia. Jennifer Lee Coleman was 34. I'm Rita Foley. AP News When you get Xfinity Internet flexes included.
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"Hawaii update I'm Rita Foley with an A P news minute with new concerns about what's being called the hyper transmissible delta variant of the coronavirus. The push is on to get more Americans vaccinated. Here's our Jackie Quinn. Scientists believe the delta variant is about 50% more contagious than other types, and it's hitting the non vaccinated population. The White House coronavirus task Force says any further suffering and loss is preventable Response coordinator Jeff Sites the best way For communities to protect themselves from the virus is by getting more people vaccinated. Those fully vaccinated seemed to be protected from the Delta variant, which now accounts for 25% of new virus cases. In Nevada, a woman in her forties who was not vaccinated, has died in hospital beds are filling again in southwestern Missouri because of low vaccination rates. Jackie Quinn, Washington and I'm Rita Foley. The World Health Organization says any covid 19 vaccines it is authorized for emergency use should be recognized by countries as they open up their borders to inoculated travelers. Wh show move could challenge Western countries to broaden their acceptance of two apparently less effective Chinese vaccines, which the U. N Health agency his license, But most European and North American countries have not. In addition to vaccines by Pfizer, Biontech, Madonna, AstraZeneca and Johnson and Johnson, the W. H O also wants countries to use to Chinese jobs made by Sinovac and sign a farm. The EU drug regulator is currently considering licensing China's sinovac vaccine, but there's no timeline on a decision. I'm Charles de la Desmond..
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"Opened fire on vehicles and pedestrians for about 90 minutes across the city. Leaving one person dead. Dozens others injured Four people and all were shot. Investors are still recalibrating their moves big losses today the Dow lost 533 points. This is a P news. North Korea's leader is vowing to be ready for confrontation with the U. S. State media says Kim Jong UN has ordered his government to be prepared for both dialogue and confrontation with the Biden administration, but more for confrontation. Days after the U. S. And others urged the North to abandon its nuclear program and return to talks. Some experts say Kim's statement indicates he will likely push to strengthen his nuclear arsenal and increase pressure on Washington to give up what North Korea considers hostile policy toward the north, though he'll also prepare for talks to resume. I'm Charles de Ledesma, a new Rand corporation study says female soldiers at Army bases in Texas Colorado, Kansas and Kentucky face a greater risk of sexual assault and harassment than those at other posts, accounting for more than a third of all active duty Army. Women sexually assaulted in 2018. I'm Ed Donahue. AP News Capital Videos released Time to McGuire with an A P news minute under a court order, police in the Department of Justice released Bodycam and other video of the January six assault on the U. S Capitol in this audio from a police body camera video, retired New York police officer Thomas Webster wrestles with an officer after having hit him with a flagpole..
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"Department, including Sergeant Alice White. The film premieres tonight on the PBS series independent Lens and will stream on PBS dot orc. Our book critic Maureen Corrigan. Just write a new novel that she describes as extraordinary. She'll tell us all about it After we take a short break. This is fresh air W N. Y. C supporters include Wonder Brothers Pictures, presenting Judas and the Black Messiah from producers Ryan Coogler in Charles de King and director Shaka King in theaters and on HBO, Max this Friday Rated R. Words eligible in all categories. Right, well Hmm. Yeah. This is fresh Air 19 eighties San Francisco is having quite a moment. The January 11th issue of The New Yorker had a vivid essay by Rachel Kushner called the hard crowd. About female coming of age in that city in that decade is the title essay of Kushner's forthcoming collection. And now there's Vendela Vida's new novel, We Run The Tides, which Our book critic Maureen Corrigan says is extraordinary. Here's her review. Years, probably too young to make this kind of pronouncement, but the new novel I know I'm going to be re reading in the coming months and spending a lot of time thinking about is Vendela Vida's. We Run the Tides. It's a tough and exquisite sliver of a short novel whose world I want to remain lost in and at the same time and relieved to have outgrown. We run. The tides is set in the mid 19 eighties in the Seacliff neighborhood of San Francisco, which is perched as its name suggests on the very edge of the Pacific with views of the Golden Gate Bridge. In the next decade. That neighborhood will be out of reach for everyone but multi multi millionaires. But in the eighties, some weathered funky old houses remain. The 13 year old girls at the center of this story. A squad of four are.
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"Biden administration is urging states not to let down their guard. The AP Soccer Madani has the story. The White House says it's been talking with state officials. We understand the pressure the government the governor's air under that virus response, senior adviser Andy Slavitt says the administration's communicating its concerns about some states moving to ease restrictions on dining and other social activities. I would discourage any such activity, CDC director Rochelle Walensky says. Case numbers remain extraordinarily high. This is not the time to let up, especially with growing concern over virus variants. We have yet to control this pandemic Saga room AGONY Washington two weeks after he contracted the Corona viruses offices, Texas Republican Congressman Ron Wright has died. He'd been treated for lung cancer over the past year, Right was 67. Press secretary Jen Psaki says President Biden saw people who were in Tampa for the Super Bowl, not wearing masks. He is, of course concerned when there are pictures and photos. We all are that show many, many people without masks in close distance with one another at the height of a pandemic. The mayor of Tampa's is overall she was pleased with her order. You wear a mask during the Super Bowl research shows evidence is mounting. Having the Corona virus may not protect a person against getting infected again. With some of the new variants emerging around the world. The impeachment trial starts tomorrow in the Senate for former President Donald Trump. His lawyers say. It's an act of political theater, accusing House Democrats. Of exploiting the chaos and trauma of last month's capital Ryan for their parties gain to Minneapolis area car thefts over the weekend in which young Children were in the vehicles and it happily, with both kids being found unharmed. Stocks remain higher. This is AP News Turkish authorities are investigating the appearance of a mysterious monoliths. The metal block was found by a farmer on it was inscribed in old Turkic script. Look at the sky. I see the moon. The monolith about 10 FT. High was discovered the UNESCO World Heritage Site, which has megalithic structures dating to the 10th millennium. BC Thousands of years before Stonehenge in England, Turkish media reported on Sunday. The gendarmes were looking through CCTV footage and investigating vehicles that may have transported to the bottom left there. Other mysterious more lifts have popped up on some have disappeared in numerous countries in recent months. I'm Charles de la Decima, a Florida man who ran onto the field during the Super Bowl has been charged with trespassing. Yuri and raid was wearing shorts and a pink leotardo or swimsuit. He was eventually tackled on about the three yard line by security. Ed Donahue. AP News.
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"I'm Ed Donahue as the number of coronavirus cases and hospitalizations continue to drop. Biden administration is urging states not to let down their guard. The AP Soccer Madani has the story. The White House says it's been talking with state officials. We understand the pressure the government the governor's air under that virus response, senior adviser Andy Slavitt says the administration's communicating its concerns about some states moving to ease restrictions on dining and other social activities. I would discourage any such activity, CDC director Rochelle Walensky says. Case numbers remain extraordinarily high. This is not the time to let up, especially with growing concern over virus variants. We have yet to control this pandemic Saga room AGONY Washington two weeks after he contracted the Corona viruses offices, Texas Republican Congressman Ron Wright has died. He'd been treated for lung cancer over the past year, Right was 67. Press secretary Jen Psaki says President Biden saw people who were in Tampa for the Super Bowl, not wearing masks. He is, of course concerned when there are pictures and photos. We all are that show many, many people without masks in close distance with one another at the height of a pandemic. The mayor of Tampa's is overall she was pleased with her order. You wear a mask during the Super Bowl research shows evidence is mounting. Having the Corona virus may not protect a person against getting infected again, with some of the new variants emerging around the world. The impeachment trial starts tomorrow in the Senate for former President Donald Trump. His lawyers say. It's an act of political theater, accusing House Democrats of exploiting the chaos and trauma of last month's capital Ryan for their parties gain. To Minneapolis area car thefts over the weekend in which young Children were in the vehicles and it happily, with both kids being found unharmed. Stocks remain higher. This is AP News Turkish authorities are investigating the appearance of a mysterious monoliths. The metal block was found by a farmer on it was inscribed in old Turkic script. Look at the sky. I see the moon. The monolith about 10 FT. High was discovered the UNESCO World Heritage Site, which has megalithic structures dating to the 10th millennium. BC thousands of years before Stonehenge in England. Turkish media reported on Sunday. The gendarmes were looking through CCTV footage and investigating vehicles that may have transported to the bottle if their other mysterious more lifts have popped up on. Some have disappeared in numerous countries in recent months. I'm Charles de la Decima, a Florida man who ran onto the field during the Super Bowl has been charged with trespassing. Yuri and raid was wearing shorts and a pink leotardo or swimsuit. He was eventually tackled on about the three yard line by security. Ed Donahue. AP News.
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"Basketball number one hurt. Slow. Basketball is my favorite food. I like the Winnetou. We're looking down the court. This is the end zone and welcome back to the Enzo Jamie more demerits 15 Matt, the hitman Mizner on the ones and twos And as I said, on the other side Hey, we're talking basketball with Charles De Ramsey, former assistant coach at the University of Michigan under Tommy Am occur, head coach at Eastern Michigan University. Charles, how you doing today? I'm doing Well, Jamie, how are you? What do you want? Really? Good man. Feeling good. You know, we got Mike Hart under the fold and hopefully, you know we can pull some more young coaches go getters this right? Yeah, I don't understand that joke, but it's It's a loving joke, but number one is back. And that's a good thing. Yeah. It is it is. He'll bring he'll bring. He'll bring a ton of wisdom and he can talk to the players Ram. He could relate. He could do some things, he'll He'll help establish Reestablished the culture of Michigan football. I'm open There we go. That's all we can hope for. Exactly Rams. I know you've had a chance to look at this team and I'm talking about this team. Currently the University of Michigan basketball team on the coach to one Howard and, um Who knew that they would be 11. You know, undefeated in the big 10. I In my wildest dreams. I didn't think they would be undefeated in the Big 10 on beat Wisconsin the way they beat Wisconsin this past what past Tuesday. Yes, Jamie. I'll sum it up like this. In the words of the great Maya Angelo. When someone shows you who they are. Leads up What you looking at, believe they are a very good basketball team that is very well coached by coach Howard and his staff. Believe what you see. There's no gimmicks is good, old fashioned basketball on both ends of the floor and they're fun to watch. Hey, Charles. Denis 15 here. It's great to talk with you again. After a few years. I You know your number One fan. I foul your career and I have been able to, you know, keep up with you on social media and everything like that. So I know where you're at. Great. Great to speak with you again in. And when you watch this team you just talked about believe what you're seeing here. Ah, What are you saying? We're it Looks like we're seeing a team that really doesn't have any weaknesses out there. Well, first of all, Welcome back, Dennis. And it's good to hear from you and know that you're doing well, um I mean, you know, as I say it, but leave what you're watching. You're looking at a team that on the office of being They are absolute joy to watch. They share the basketball that constant movement. They have a post game. They can shoot the basketball. Um two of the things coming into the season. That kind of on my alertly were that of point guard and post player. And they have more than answered those questions. Uh, Hutchison Kid? Been tremendous. The little Guard Smith has been tremendous. Uh, the young man, the transfer from Wake Forest has he's basically Six starters. Um, so I mean, they are just Wrong all over the floor on the defensive end, Dennis They're not doing their playing solid. Man, two man team defense and every now and then you see, coach will Sprinkle in Ah little Zone press, but they're playing solid man to man. Everyone's talking helping movie. They're limited steams to one shot, so it's just good, solid basketball. You're listening to Charles Rare me. Ramsey, formerly the head coach of Eastern Michigan University, Charles and I'd love to take the credit and you would be impressed with my basketball knowledge. If I said this, but I got to give. I got to get the footnotes to Tim McCormack cause we talked to him earlier this week. Look, they're playing Oh, basketball. Old basketball. What I mean is that going, they're going. They're first impression is going through the post. They want to post up that freshman 100 Dickerson, and then if it's not there, then they put the pump it back out. And I mean they're playing. Old style basketball in in a new style world. Well, exactly exactly. And you know, basketball is every evolving, but at the same time, nothing's changed Basketball basketball. And what hotel was found, is putting his players in the best position. Uh, help the team and succeed and that's what you're saying. Eyes that compared them to last year versus this year. Last year. You were a very one man ball dominant type of team where you know for 20 of the 30 seconds. One guy with dribble, dribble, dribble dribble. Well, you're not seeing that you see the ball going from left side right side into the pope's out of the post and so Basically what is telling the defense you have to pick your poison? You have to make a decision. If we go in the post, and you don't double we're going to score. Get five. If you do double the one thing I've been very impressed about such a sin is his ability is a past. And to find open guy. He's very, very steel, so when the double does come to it Oh, he finds that open God and then on top of that they are making open shots. That's the biggest, you know, That's the biggest thing. They're making open shots, So Tim.