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How Dave Thomas Built Wendy's

Doughboys

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

How Dave Thomas Built Wendy's

"In one thousand nine hundred eighty two rex. David Thomas was born to an unwed. Mother who gave him up for adoption would be raised in poverty by his adoptive father and grandmother and the boy who went by Dave began working in the food service industry at the tender age of twelve after serving the Korean War. As a cook and Mess Sergeant Thomas Partner with a different sort of military man. Colonel Sanders himself. In helping to expand the Kentucky Fried Chicken Franchise in the Midwest and among Dave Thomas's suggestions to the white suited in White Bread. Bert Baron was to appear in. Kfc's advertising his own mascot advice. That Thomas would later take himself after founding the Square Patty Burger chain. He named after his beloved daughter. As CEO of Wendy's Thomas would appear in hundreds of TV ads becoming a household name as a friendly. Grandpa with effortless. Homespun charisma like a bizarro. Papa John and as opposed to brothers Dick and Mac McDonald who had their chain legally pilfered by sinister franchising kingpin. Ray KROC Thomas Retain Day to day. Control the chain. He founded up until his

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"david thomas" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

CRUSADE Channel Previews

15:59 min | 2 years ago

"david thomas" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

"Mr David, Thomas Roberts, brother, David. How're you? I am great in folk. Glad to be back with the king, dude. Always good to hear from you. Now. I don't wanna put words in your mouth. But I know that you and I have a agreement on this, you live in the country of Texas, don't you? That's correct. Now, why do you think and I know you're right about this? An all your books. What do you think it is that you and I are whackos weirdoes, there's just me you and Dwayne Stovall and a couple of other cranks the that, that know that we live our states, are actually our countries. You know, maybe we're the only ones that have read the constitution bike. I you know, I to me, it's pretty clear, but, you know, it's everything changed in eighteen sixty and has gone downhill since then. my friends, Stephen Kuka, which said that, you know, one of the worst days of my life was April twenty first eighteen sixty five. That's a if you don't know the day. That's. Appa. Matic's. Do you want to live? And he goes. Yeah, but I still have to live with it every day. Well, what a what a world we're living in, he fell a supreme court today and, and the democrat debates last night. It's interesting times we live in. Interesting in demonic times that we live in. What I think is it really shouldn't be a shock. And I guess it's not a surprise to to you. It's not a surprise to me. I've lost the ability to be surprised at anything team. It's cra- the Democrats hell or for that matter, the Republican can do, but what is surprising and not so much surprised, let me take that back. What is disappointing is to see twenty two fully mature grown adult hood, citizens of our union of each of their different individual states, gathered to allegedly discuss the political and legal future of three hundred and thirty some odd millions of people and every single one of them to a man or a woman believes that it's a fundamental right now now of every woman living in the United States to be able to kill two. To terminate to assassinate. However, you wanna call it to end the life of their just born or soon to be born baby. Right up to and at the moment of birth bat now that we can say that. We're not surprised by it, but I can also say at the same time man, I mean do disappointed. Yeah. Scared. Maybe what are these people actually get get into power? And I think that's what you lay your next book is a your latest book is about, right. Well, it is. I mean, it it's with these socialists, they course you know, I always get a kick out of the colonies things reproductive rights what, you know, it reproductive carbonation. I, I don't. I don't get the rink productive right issue. But, you know, I country you know, we, we've lost our heart and soul. We've actually I mean there's no way this country survives this long term. You know what, Mike I know it? Nope. There's it's, it's not possible. Now, the subtitle of the death the data liberty to socialist destruction of America's freedoms using the income tax. Now. How are they gonna come at is using the income tax? I'm just curious. I mean, there's so many different ways. I'm coming at us. They're coming after the soon to be born, but black and decker drills and. Marietta gasset. But how are they coming after those of us that are survived the birth canal? With the with the income tax. Well, let me let me go back in first thing, I'll say, you know, for, for, for your listeners, let's, you're probably the most educated constitutional listers of any media program in the country. So I'll laugh in the bear with me for a minute. But when I started doing this book, it was originally, because I, I was audited, re repetitiously, every year, the Obama administration in for Lynch rate harassment, I got I spent more money on tax professionals at ever ever since s. Arrest, but and also went to tax court three times during that period in the thing, I learned, Mike, is that, that when you go to tax court, there is no Bill rice, you have you completely be the Bill of rights eviscerated in tax court. There's no fifth amendment. There's no fourth amendment. There's no, I you're guilty until proven innocent. And so when I get never going through this. And, and there's a couple of things happened to me, I was on the no fly list for short period. And then my wife and I got held in Miami. Customs coming back from out of the country for twelve hours with no reason, no due process. Not not sharp anything, just the wrath. So it led me to write this book, which originally was going to be about the IRS. But the thing that kept sticking me Mike, who's at I as I did this, I said, you know, how in the world could we get to a point in America where the progressive income tax which, by the way for those who have forgotten about this is the second tenant of the communist manifesto, how in the world? World did the most freedom loving country in the world. You know, allow of progressive income tax in, and then on top of that, the KGB style IRS and everybody's okay with it, and everybody accepts it. And then when when Trump says, and the state of the union address, you know, we, we, we will never be a socialist country, like weary are when you're mar when our revenue system is based on a Marxist ideology. So that's what that was the impetus that led me to start diving into this. And this book has two years, a research in two hundred and fifty source by then. And so that's, that's kind of a story to book. No, I, I was aware, and I knew about the, the, the multiple in many IRS audits, because you had told me about them, previously, and I was also, I don't know if you saw this, but I don't hang out on Facebook. I log in once or twice a day just to see if somebody sent me a message or something two or three days ago, maybe it was four days ago. Why was the fourth anniversary of or maybe it was the third anniversary and having a two thousand sixteen? It was you know, it was two thousand fourteen adversary. It was the fourth anniversary of me-meeting you for the release of I think it was state of treason. That's right. And that, that was a great fine. In houston. And I'm looking at the picture going. Well, look, there's there's, there's my buddy, Dwayne Stovall, and I just started laughing because, you know, he used to win when it used to had Dwayne on his against, and I know you know, Dwayne very well that when I used to have Dwayne on his guest, I do the first two or three minutes and interviewing but I be interviewing me and you get so mad because. Call. You don't do their personalization, though. Mill hourly talk like that. When people go and can't tell the difference was me talking, Duane or Dwayne was actually on and earlier today before you came on. I was saying what is. I, I was talking about this this unfortunate incident where this, this, this guy and his daughter die swim in the Rio Grande. Now Guten you're not gonna find anyone who's not going to say that this is tragic. But what they shouldn't be saying is, well, it ought to be legal. What would it be legal way ought to be able to just walk across with his illegal daughter will why? Well. Well, because any won't have to swim. He wanted to drown. Well, you know, should we make food in the store free, too, so that somebody doesn't steal it? Does he get shot by the cops in the parking lot waiting for them? We or us ended in a Bank. I mean, this is madness. People are just descending into madness now. Mike. I you know, in this is this is a little shocking one. I'm probably about the spe. But when I saw the pictures of that, that, that supposedly dead father and his child. I don't know if you saw the pictures of it, no one it, it, it's horrible. I if it's real, it's horrible. But let me you know, unfortunately, I've had a to Spurs, was where I've actually seen a drown- drowning victim. And I and I know what they look like when they drown and the thing that bothers me about that picture. And again, I I'm not trying to, you know, this actually happened and, and that's actually a real photo. Then, you know, you know, I'm so sorry, but they don't look like any drowning victim, I've ever seen in, in that, that, that I'd asked you to look at us, the color on their skin, because the drowning victims I see before a very ashen. You can tell that they're not alive. And the pictures that I've seen just don't look real to me. So I you know, take that for worth and not to mention the fact that, that, that section of the of the Rio Grande is about three fifty. So again, I don't wanna play the conspiracy theories, 'cause I q that all the time. I'm just saying that, that was the first question of pop duo mining, and it's only because I have seen drowning victims before. Yeah, I had not actually heard that about the and I knew that the Rio Grande we're talking about the Rio Grande, it does have it a little force within a minute is moving water, but we're not talking about the Amazon here. I mean, this isn't a Colorado river. It's a work that Mike enough that most of the most of the Rio Grande is me injuring slow motion. If you go through big bend, national park and, and some of those areas in far west Texas, where it is mountainous that, that's where you can get into some of those Rapids. But, you know, basically between there and all the way to Brownsville. It's pretty placid. David Thomas Roberts is on the dude maker hotline with this. And a the his latest book is called the dental liberty and this is how the American people will be taken out of ultimately, by the income tax. You know, it's not the let me just answer. The question had. And as you're audits, have they baited since the election of President Trump, they have I had one. And, you know, people don't believe they don't wanna believe you're don't use checks, co politically. Oh, yes, they do. Yeah. You know, most people don't know, the story Richard Nixon on this, because, you know, Richard Nixon, when he when you see the quote from Richard Nixon saying, that I'm not a crook that had that was before Watergate had nothing to do with Watergate. Well, most people don't realize, and I've seen it for some op Ed, I believe that they're going to get Trump's tax records and the way they'll get it. That's the way Nixon, we got Knicks them. Aerob- IRS employees, devolves, Nixon's tax returns to Providence, Rhode Island newspaper reporter who ran a four part series and won the Pulitzer prize over exposing Nixon's tax.

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"david thomas" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:44 min | 3 years ago

"david thomas" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of the nominee desert from dawn until dusk The nominee is. This two thousand kilometer long two hundred kilometer wide stretch of in the, sense coastal desert on the south west coast of Africa David Thomas is professor of geography at the, university of Oxford in England but he spent over thirty five years living and working in the desert and. Dry lands of Africa including. The nominee it sits between the Atlantic, Ocean and part of what is often called the greatest garment that wraps around southern Africa It's obviously very. Dry in the south, the southern half is largely signed it's, everybody's typical view and understanding of the desert it's big sand dunes sediment moving around in the wins, but then in the north it's actually very rocky and there's very little blown. Sand apart from one small coastal strip let's, call the skeleton coast and the two separated domains like a knife cut by green strip who decrease. At, valley which is a river that starts in the greatest Scotland it, flows very occasionally perhaps once a year twice a year but the water in that river system is, enough to provide life giving properties so plants and animals but also to to act as a barrier on. The advanced north of sandy My first experience of the novice desert was at sunrise watching the daylight illuminate what appeared to, be an ocean of sand with June's plane's rolling out in front of me Is huge golden waves towards the far. Horizon some of the sand. Dunes are crescent shaped which is Eddie, south of wind blowing huge, amount of sent in one direction and because of an obstacle in its way the send keeps piling, up when, wind is blowing from opposite directions, they will form linear dunes which are mostly in the central part. Of the Sensi and they're the most dominating type of, dunes feel isolated, starship shape dunes are formed inland and this are at assault of wind blowing from many different directions Rita capitan go was born in the central north parts of Namibia But today she lives in works at the Gaba. Research, and training center in the nominee desert studying the desert ecology now you might think there's not much. To here in the desert petition for indigenous communities. Like the sun the sounds of the wind are especially significant Unfor- record is like the soundtrack Gordon Hamilton who was also in the Kalahari these desert's. Provide a vast soundscape it's possible at dawn To listen for twenty. Miles in each direction Now I, know this because in the call hurry desert I was able to identify a sound which occurred. Twenty, miles away by synchronizing with another person well if you take that as a, radius and calculate the surface of a circle that means that the auditory horizon at twenty miles away is creating a listening space of greater than one thousand square miles The last time you listen two thousand square miles curious with us out Right.

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"david thomas" Discussed on The Compass

The Compass

03:33 min | 3 years ago

"david thomas" Discussed on The Compass

"Of the nominee desert from dawn until dusk. The nominee is this two thousand kilometers long, two hundred kilometer wide stretcher of innocence coastal desert on the south west coast of Africa. David Thomas is professor of geography at the university of Oxford in England, but he spent over thirty five years living and working in the desert and dry lands of Africa, including the nominee it sits between the Atlantic Ocean and part of what is often called the greatest garment. That wraps around southern Africa. It's obviously very dry in the south. The southern half is largely signed. It's everybody's typical view and understanding of desert. It's big sand dunes sediment moving around in the wind. But then in the north, it's actually very rocky. I'm there's very little blown sand apart from one small coastal strip that's called the skeleton coast and the two separated almost like a knife cut. By green strip coop the crease valley, which is a river that starts in the greatest garment. It flows very occasionally, perhaps once a year twice a year, but the water in that river system is enough to provide life giving properties or plants and animals, but also to act as a barrier on the advance north of sand dunes. My first experience of the nominee of desert was sunrise. Watching the daylight, illuminate what appeared to be an ocean of sand with June's plane's rolling out in front of me as huge golden waves towards the far horizon. Some of the Indians are Chris and shaped, which is Eddie salt of wind blowing huge amount of sent in one direction and because of an obstacle in its way. The send keeps piling up. When wind is blowing from opposite directions, they will form linear dunes, which are in mostly in the central, but of the ninety sense and they're the most dominating type of dunes. A feel isolated stash shape. June's are formed further inland, and this are at assault of wind blowing from many different directions. Rita copy. Tango was born in the central north part of Namibia. But today she lives in works at the gover- research and training center in the non. A desert studying the desert ecology. Now, you might think there's not much to here in the desert, but says, we'll learn for indigenous communities like the sun. The sounds of the wind are especially significant. And for record is like the soundtrack Gordon Hampton who has also worked in the Kalahari. These desert's provide a vast soundscape. It's possible at dawn to listen for twenty miles in each direction. Now, I know this because in the caller, hurry desert, I was able to identify a sound which occurred twenty miles away by synchronizing with another person. Well, if you take that is a radius and calculate the surface of a circle, that means that the auditory horizon at twenty miles away is creating a listening space of greater than one.

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"david thomas" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"david thomas" Discussed on WGTK

"It and you look at it now in his three to four times bigger take it back to a good heart tran fertilizer with holly tone water it in once twice a week and i guarantee between now and the end of august that plant will come back and almost be twice as big as to what it is to the size i guarantee you don't be afraid to tran i've said it never marriage there's a bushwacker wonder scared to death let the gas scared to death leave do your job take the fussing when you get back fertilizer with a holly tone hurry up and wait and i guarantee you by the end of august if you need to go back and do a very very light trimming just kinda shape things up before you get into cooler weather you'll be right on time so with that being spread i just want to talk about some different ways that you can retain moisture and not have to water as much one of the most important things is keeping your landscaping mulched you know different people come into the store somebody was into store we gotta band set up i've got a various types of mulches got the so light rock that i like i've got grady cyprus i got cedar dad is probably the very best you can put it down a couple inches to three inches you can fluff it up turn it over make it look new again that is one of the better mulches to us then you get into your brown mulch you can get into your dad black your dad reds other different various types of rock mulches i'm not gonna go into all of it but i will always say mulch is in the beauty beauty is in the as the beholder whatever multi like that is your personality and that is your preference just put some down and do something so upset about that but mulching retains moisture around your plants now rock mulches will absorb heat more so if you've got a new planning that is in you need to make sure that you water heavily enough and with that being said with fabric band down and then rock on top or any type of mulch on top of fabric make sure that you can pull that fabric bags i said earlier water right into the center of the plant make sure you do it earlier in the morning make sure that you drain the excess hot water out of the water hose before you put it on that i plant because it will burn will skuld somebody a few years ago had beautiful two huge lace leaf japanese maples and they went out to water and of course they thought that plant needed a bath and you know they almost killed that plant it scalded it burn it we fertilized it never did hear whether it did or didn't come back but be very very careful about that most of the plants need water on the ground not so much on the folic so keep it right into that center now one of my favorite watering tools and was talking to somebody about one of these last night is what's called the ross root feeder now it's a long metal pro about thirty inches in length it's yellow on the handle it's got a little reservoir to where you can put fertilizer cartridges into it and it is a great great watering tool i'd say it's used eighty five to ninety percent more for watering than it is for fertilization the beauty of it is if you put new plants in and it's gonna take you a little bit longer to water but you're gonna put the water exactly where you needed which is right into the root ball has a little point on the tip four little house hook it onto your water hose a child can do it shove it down into the root ball you know anywhere from six eight ten twelve fifteen inches depending on the size of ball and just turn it on his fan there pull it in and out and you know after a few minutes that water is in the ground it's not running off on top of the ground it's right where it needs to be on the root ball.

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"david thomas" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"david thomas" Discussed on WGTK

"The same family but just about different species now that angel's trumpet it it doesn't open at night supposedly like i'm not right on exactly yeah so so today it should stay open in the sun it should yes scared to death the one scared to death just needs to leave let the bushwacker do the job you know i was at a job some friends that did landscape job for probably four or five years ago and they had trimmed and had done a good job i mean but you could tell between four years of when they first took the picture and four years later how much the plant material had grown and people are just scared i don't know why they're just so scared it's like going to the dentist they're afraid they're going to get hurt no pain no gain but on plants people are just really really scared to death the trim and they think that if they tram too much they're going to hurt the plant the healthiest thing that you can do for a plant is to trim it in really really hard in the month of june and then you want to prepare to come back if you need a second tramp in into the month of end of august if you trim into september and october you're going to get a burst of new growth that's gonna come out and if you get a good hard freeze and winter comes early that that new growth is gonna burn so take advantage of the month of june you know think about it if you went in and you bought a house you never lived there the shrubs were big they were overgrown year either to the point of either you pull them all out or you cut most back really really hard you know the only plant that i would not recommend cutting back severely unless you just want to take a chance on them coming back our older taxes evergreens and they can be cut back into the woody and they will flesh and come back they just.

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"david thomas" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"david thomas" Discussed on WGTK

"That has gotten the disease called lamb disease that is called caused from ticks and deer tics are very very susceptible to that i've heard of different people that have had it people that have died from it people that have been laid up for weeks days months and even years from the effect of deer tick so be very very careful bichurin spray be sure and check yourself and your children's and your pets out we had a caller that call the end it was asking about putting episodes salt around vegetable plants i've heard of it being used on roses i don't know that it would hurt you be sure and read the product on the back what it actually does is it creates stronger thicker strong so you know it makes sense that on tomatoes that the thicker the stocks that you got are you have the more supportive that it's going to be as far as supporting the tomato plants out the other thing too you can use it tomato cages you can use stakes but to thicker the stock especially with all the rain that we've had especially with all the wind it will help i would think to help the keep them sturdier and helped to produce probably even more tomatoes sound great product just be sure and read the label you know with a lot of the rain that's coming in it's creating lots and lots of problems different funguses into the yard funguses on trees we talked about earlier into the show more and more grants is growing more times that you're going to have to cut grass you know it just mother nature and offered laura you know i'm just amazed i didn't do as much trimming last year and i tell you what i have paid the price for this year with all the rain all the moisture all the humidity plants wanna do one thing and that's grow and with that being said this is the month of june and there's twice a year that you really really want to do a good trend now june is the month that if you need to trim and you have not tramped do a hard trend if you have boxwoods china girl hollies check the china girl holidays and the blue made holidays for a black smutty substance on the.

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"david thomas" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"david thomas" Discussed on WGTK

"That terry well mother nature naw of her glory doing what she does the sun pulled that whole tree backup straight and today is into a bad that incorporated with a bunch of shady shady plants so bigger holidays into the back got some perennials and different things that he is deciduous is a is and everything and i just use those leaves as mulch back up into those areas but in before doing so you want to make sure that if you are going to put mulch down this year that you do either used praying which is heavily advertised or you use the purple bag to the left coming in our store which is called transplant it's the time of the year to do it it works fast it makes contact with the soil so if you have a hardwood mulch down that you had down last year you want to write that up loosely sprinkl it lightly over it and if you're gonna come back and you're going to do a light layer of mulch again backup over the top of that that's all well and good beans we're talking about mulch in if you're one of these marchers than likes to mulch every year and you like to have that fresh coloration back in there whether it be great as cypress or cedar or whatever usually you're better mulches on your greatest cypress or cedar if you'll put that down about two to three inches you will not have to replace it but every other year but yes you're going to pay a premium for doing that but you can flip it flip it over as we call it at the nursery fluff it flip it turn it over and you can loosen it back up and you can pull that reddish coloration back into your landscaping a lot of people like to use cedar cedar is great because it helps to repel insects the greatest cypress which is our number one brand of mulch you're gonna pay a little bit of a premium price for that believe it's eight ninety nine to three cubic bag where.

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"david thomas" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"david thomas" Discussed on WGTK

"We still had plants that ended up getting burnt pretty badly now the oak leaf holly and we had several in the greenhouses i mean they are just about as brown as brown can be now will they come back they've more than likely will the ones that are at your house if you have a lot of brown on them more than likely they will come back the hardest part of landscaping and plant material especially more so into the front of your house we think about that into the spring that we want everything to be lush we want everything to be green we went our hollies to look for fresh our our laurels and a lot of these different plants that have somewhat gotten burnt now if you're a blast and you have the oakley polly's and they were in a kind of a well protected area good for you now the ones that have problems with them and usually the outer tips if you trim those after september they normally would have tried to put new growth back out and i was at someone's house and that had happened a lot of the new growth came back on the ugly hollies and this could be any of the pyramidal could been foster hollies could have been box what's it could have been laurels it could have been anything that if you trim any of your evergreens you really wanna tran usually this time of the year if you have something that's way oversized and it's it's it's to the point to where you have to decide whether to take it out or whether to trim it back really hard and it's an evergreen i would trim it back really hard right now fertilize it with the holly tone hurry up and wait if he's still got green in it it's gonna reflash now if you're doing your first tran you want to do that usually into june and in your last light tram will be into september so we have george online good morning george good morning my question is will as sector aside insect killer killed grubs.

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"david thomas" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"david thomas" Discussed on WGTK

"You can't kill it as long as they're in full senate they're not grown in water they were flushed and they will come back and his comment was well my mom has some and she knows what she's done and i thought you know what mom's got plenty of time you know you have time to go out there and do that you know what if it's right for you and it makes you happy go for it but most people don't have that much time i go out with my game ashead shares i'll cut six inches off them i'll pick the dead up our fertilize them with the the rose town and boom hurry up and wait six weeks eight weeks later go back out and do it again now i switched all of mine knockouts over two which called the drift d r f t it only gets two foot tall and two foot white dwarf you can trim back now if you did not term yours back last year there again the rose tone around the base of them and their different products that you can use we sell from bonn add what's called a systemic insecticide and it isn't a granular form and when you fertilized him roses if you sprinkle this around the base of it and they've water at both end at the same time it gives you a too much protection against any type of chewing your second insects now there are various types of insecticides makes one's called a rose shield is h e l d from bonn add white bottle it's awesome it's got a insecticide in a just sat in it so it's going to take care of both things for you but if you've not had problems with your roses as far as blights and fungus two different things like that and you don't want to do the take the time to do the sprain where you have to mix his brain there are different products there in a drench form kind of like the bottom of tree and shrub drench we're not gonna go into a lot of details about that because really not time to do so but you can use those and drenched the planning and i'm kind of old school and i've talked to other people outer like myself they're just end to what you can actually spray on the plant and it's hard to think that on a side that you can water it in.

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"david thomas" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"david thomas" Discussed on WGTK

"Seventy now back to kentucky anna gardening with ray rock welcome back kentucky hannah was walking through one of the box stores say who it was one of my favorite box stores for buying anything for fixing up the home curiosity killed the cat and i was walking through the garden center kind of taken in some of the the different plants or whatever that were out there and they had somewhat of a good selection flowers were coming in pansies here and there and blah blah blah blah but you know i started looking at some of the plant material that was in there and be careful when you're in the box stores about buying on impulse the advantage of coming into the garden centers where they're independently owned they usually blame bring plant material in that is usually hardier to the zone were into like his own five zone six and some of the plans that i was walking through and kind of looked at even with my own experience with using them on landscape jobs and is kind of stretching whether they do or the dome this has really been a tough winter you know it's been extremely code we have had not a lot of snowfall in a lot of times people think that snow is going to hurt their plant material which either bending or it's covering up the plan or whatever and rally snow is kind of an insulator for plant material and the reason being if it gets down into the single digits or drops below zero and you get a lot of wind with that and you do not have snow to protect that plant that is what does the damage the single digits and down around zero doesn't do as much until you get that cold wind to come in with that so if you have planned material that looks like it has been burnt from the winter i've noticed it on even on my own as as the oak leaf holidays to me a lot of times from what i've seen have probably taken one of the.

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"david thomas" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"david thomas" Discussed on WGTK

"Ask your gardening question call five seven one zero nine seventy welcome back kentucky enin thinking again of just thinking that the first of august middle of august saint patrick's day still having people come into the store and putting their crank grants control down the time to do it one of the things that i always talk about is and i had a friend coming from church chan he said what about need to do and i said well do you do your yard and he just kind of looked at me finally laying that's more than likely do you know fescue does not like a whole lot of nitrogen and with saying that you can do your grass control plus fertilizer if you're not doing spring seating and that's great because it's helping the green the grass mac up now you may choose when you come back around the first of may that just do a weed control either with a liquid spray or granulated and choose not to put nitrogen back into the ground and i said to somebody in my bible study had said you know if i put ten ten ten down i put that down about every three to four weeks and i just looked at him and laughed and i said if you really really loved kite grass that would be put in like putting ammonia nitrate on your ground so you know you can do it earlier into the spring mad at us to use ten ten any comeback late in the fall use it as a winner rouser to kind of keep agreeing and that's all well and good and you can side dress you know your vegetable plants into the ground is well you know with the ten ten ten but the crabgrass control does need to go down this month and if you have a lawn care company that is doing a year long renovation for you or taking care of your lawn.

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01:51 min | 3 years ago

"david thomas" Discussed on WGTK

"You put him in the first year if you let the foliage dieback naturally on them or if you let the bloom fall off and if you're ready to put your color what have you in and there are still up in green into the say the first of may which is kind of our starting point for the kickoff as far as putting annual san as they start to yellow and turn back you do not i wanna cut that fell which off because they do naturally want to send all that energy back into the bulb now you can take mulch lay the foliage over mulch them over and they will eventually die back in you know put some nutrients back into the soul as well but anyway a lot of these different bulbs are being forced into greenhouses they've been forced into the stores people are buying them they're bringing them in and that's really cool so if you do have these then you wanna take and put them outside enjoy 'em right now when the blooms starts to fall off tech and put them into a separate area into your your garden space or whatever go implant the ball use the soul that's in there with them put mulch bag and just let them kinda died back naturally i love driving down the road and it reminds me of driving down a country lane i remember one time i was driving into fair dale and i looked over and they just had these huge clumps of daffodils that were in bloom and i stopped and cuts some took him to my little cougar lorraine and she was just tickled pink with them but you can tell were houses used to be the into these older field areas or what have you know through the years of the houses either fallen down burnt down or just to age you know it's just gone but you can see these large clumps of the daffodils and after so many years certain people will call and they'll say you don't have these daffodils and they never bloomed they always come up.

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02:02 min | 3 years ago

"david thomas" Discussed on WGTK

"You can flip it flip it over as we call it at the nursery fluff it flip it turn it over and you can loosen it back up and you can pull that reddish coloration back into your landscaping a lot of people like to use cedar cedar is great because it helps to repel insects the greatest cypress which is our number one brand of mulch you're gonna pay a little bit of a premium price for that leave it's eight ninety nine to three cubic bag were the the cedars seven ninety nine but there again each bag will cover a three before twelve squeaked square feet area so in doing that every other year but if you're putting hardwood mulch down i'm talking about what we sell at the store we sell a natural brown we sell a dad black dyed red and then we have more of a rock type of light which is one of my favorite gravel mulches benny way we're not going to even talk about that one but when you put these down if you're putting this down every year you're adding anywhere from two to four inches of think of it as being like dirt or soil compacting compacting compacting so with that being said if you're one of these people that liked to remote every year and it's all well and good you do not want to put more than inch back on there because if you keep building that mulch backup it's almost like putting dirt on top of your plants and you're burying those roots deeper and deeper and deeper and after a period of time this is not good for the plant material because the root system has to breathe that's why a lot of times when you're doing plantings always recommend that you elevate the root ball a little bit out of the ground you know even if you're doing a one gallon plant if you can put a half an inch or an inch of that above the soil berm the dirt up around it then mulch around it as it grows its gonna taper off and leave level off with the soil trees bigger trees or whatever you know whenever we plan them will elevate them at least a couple of inches out of the ground because when you dig the how you put the planning materials and everything back into it it's.

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"david thomas" Discussed on WGTK

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02:09 min | 3 years ago

"david thomas" Discussed on WGTK

"House in the property and it's always interesting to look and see what prep work they've done you know i always think about when you sell your house and it's funny i have little things in my house that i let go let go and then all of a sudden you go to sell that house in all the things that may be either creek through squeak durr plaster came off a over the door was loose serve whatever uh cleanliness par war shane anything in always say that when you own something it owns you to you sell to someone else but what happens a lot of times when the house gets ready to go on the market what do you do you go through it either declutter it you claim that you fix all the little broke things and then you sell it and then before that they'll have somebody go through and you'll pay them to walk the your house and try to see if the roof leaks sir if the structures bad or whatever a home inspector and that's good because you want to make sure that your investment is a sound investment so then you go back and forth you know with the people i know my sister and brotherinlaw sold their house they had a fence were one section was leaning and they straight did and they want them to take it down blah blah blah blah blah well they pick their battles they fix what they felt like was necessary and then they went back in the contract in a they weren't going to do this that and the other so at that point a person buying the house has to decide whether they do or don't want it but in redoing the landscaping and the cleanliness on the exterior part of the house it makes such a big impact you know you can have bigger trees into the middle of your yard you can go through and maybe take those trees out all of a sudden it all opens a whole front of your house up and you failed new and excited and you've probably heard me say this before most people end their minds are ready to do something but until either their neighbor or somebody down the street does it whether they put new windows new driveway new roof new landscaping you watches c up and down that road people will start to change they get excited they wanna do something they've been wanting to do it now they can go down and.

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02:00 min | 3 years ago

"david thomas" Discussed on WGTK

"What i want to talk about is colorful plants in the landscaping last week we talked about uh fences make good neighbors and with that it comes the thought of as we said last week pulling into our yard most people like our sanctuary our privacy the backyard we talked about fences using either wooden fences metal fences or plants says barriers we talked about a lot of different ways to soften that look or to use the combination of evergreens and trees kind of camouflage all that that you know what that was last year two thousand fifteen were on to two thousand sixteen right now so that's why i want to talk about color in the landscaping you know when people come into the garden center and they're looking for a tree they'll say you know i've got room for one raimo front yard i want something had blooms i want something that blooms and i want something that blooms you know and i always tell people you know the tree she put out into the front yard the blooming is all well and beautiful but his is the shortest lived part of the terrain and you know it's like the ladies tree into landscaping always think of the uh the weeping cherry which i call the ladies trade and they always say on what that umbrella tree on the corner of the house you know the one that has that white flower on it and that one is called dwarf snow fountain and that is a need to hurry because even when it's not in bloom it has this umbrella look to it and just looks like somebody ought to be standing after holding it and it looks like an umbrella it's great for the corner the house may be in the middle between two windows and that is any plant for the landscaping so what we're going to talk about is various types of plants not just trees that bloom into the landscaping that may be different types of shrug very maybe they give you some color you'll always love this time of the year in the dead a winner there's a little rain bush out there and people will call the store all through the.

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"david thomas" Discussed on WGTK

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01:30 min | 3 years ago

"david thomas" Discussed on WGTK

"Always tell people it's like buying a life insurance policy but anyway one of the other types of plants that i love this time of the year is what's called the red sprite holly and most of the time when you think about holly's you think about an evergreen shrub that puts a little white lara in the spring and little red berry but this is a deciduous shrub meaning that it drops it slaves it has more of an oval type of falsehoods i know we had a bunch of these come in in two uh the latter part of the spring of the summer weaves doing a bigger commercial job and they came in and they were probably three to four foot tall multi stand absolutely beautiful gis full full of barry so wherever they had these the verge didn't find on the berries came in and they're larger than the holidays are so the really cool part about these plants are if you work even one ngo landscaping the kinda give you that bright splash of color with the berry be in on it through the winter months they do require a male and female so unlike most holly's that are into your landscaping areas you know whether they be china girl's foster holly's another different types of holly's all of those are evergreen and they're very common enough to where normally you will get the crosspollination and get the berries with having a male in with your landscaping now if we do a large grouping of plants say it's china girl holly's and we wanna make sure that they do berry will throw may be three to five male in with that.

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"david thomas" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"david thomas" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Sarge jim david thomas rob bander b r a b a n d e r twenty four years old of anchorage alaska he died december the eleventh dow's only three years ago nan bihar province afghanistan hey did you know that we're still at war in afghanistan has anybody mention that lately the empire still a war in afghanistan and so army staff sergeant david thomas broadband or 2004 has now died he died three days ago 2004 hey ailing from anchorage alaska he died in nangarhar province this is from the pentagon's website defence dot org as a result of a noncombat related incident which is now under investigation well why is all why was army staff sergeant david thomas broadband or 24 anchorage alaska in nangarhar province in a position to die from a noncombat related injury why because were camped out in afghanistan the longest war in our history and nobody seems to care word war all over the place congress hasn't declared it the the the senate's me broken for tax bill all of our institutions are melting away nobody seems to notice rods go about our business these are very perilous times one triple eight three two one six thousand in one chris thank you for getting a started from illinois chris hi are hey um did you sign your book into hebrew i can read the radio well uh no i just i don't even i don't really ruin already brew uh i'll tell you what take a screen shunned of take a photograph of in send me an email because may got smudged or something i mean i don't know on when i run i wrote it it was clear at least to me and my family chip isn't that bad faster about any uh yeah i call the rocked a wipeout.

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