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"david ward" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:03 min | 10 months ago

"david ward" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Good news in your life got no sight after this week. I do. And that is this a massive his arm. He's been around for a while there helping the homeless population throughout the tri state well specifically in Cincinnati, and largely because the founders of mass lows army Were once almost themselves, so they have a lot of street cred. When it comes to talking to people who are experiencing homeless and the good news is they just signed a lease to turn the old Queen's Gate jail. And we've debated what to do with the Queen's shape Queens Gate Shelf for a while now, But they're going to turn that into the first day care center for homeless here in the Cincinnati area, and they go fighters. Sam Landis. He's on the show Now, Sam. Good morning. How are you? Morning floating. How are you? I'm doing fine. This is a really good news in a day and age where we have no seemingly no good news. Other than what may be the vaccines coming out. Then we heard five years said. Well, not so fast. We had a team advance. We're gonna start over and we've yet to approve it for use in the United States. It sounds like we're on the cusp of great news there. But that's now been pushed back a little bit. So we're backed up nothing but bad news. This is a piece of good news. Why? Well, this was four years in the making. So this was a vision when Muslims army first started that we would have Cincinnati Hamilton County, the state of Ohio very first. A center and that would be a place that individuals experiencing homelessness can go in 8 12 hours a day. Um, you know, get on computers talk with peer support specialist navigational specialist people that have been out there experiencing homelessness, overcome addiction, alcoholism and mental illness. Working with one another to provide a hand up, said that, um, you know, ultimately we can help the individual become healthy and productive members of society and get them oust. So this was a huge thing for a huge victory for Cincinnati and Hamilton County. Paid for by cares Act dollars, and it couldn't have come at a better time. As as manure the organizations out there at limited capacity as you can imagine, Due to the pandemic, they only serve certain hours certain there's so many individuals that time. So you know the fact that we were able Tomo You know, mix up with David Ward, who is the owner, proprietor of this property that he bought a few years back that he had done some renovations and was willing to read this to math. Liu's Army to become a day center is is very significant. How many people at one time could be there? Great. So that's 20,000 square feet. Ah, lot of wide open spaces, Classrooms, offices. So, you know doing the math 20,000, you know, divided by 36 up to 555, but we're planning on serving around. You know 3 to 3 50, which is a solid number and and you know, this is good, And it's also bad in that. You're gonna open up. I think in the next week at the soft opening, right thinking by certainly By Christmas, you're gonna be open and ready to go to get And that's when the weather is going to start to turn Now, Obviously, it's pretty been pretty cold the last couple days, but that's unusual when they're really, really cold temps come. You will be ready to take folks in during the day. Because normally they don't have anywhere to go. Um on, but but we also have Cove. It So what may ask Sam Landis. You guys open this thing We've got covert 19. Is this just gonna cause people to get sicker and maybe the homeless who, Because if there's any upside I guess would be is to you. You may be spaced away from other people. You're outdoors on Baby Cove. It is you're less likely to get co but I don't know if that's true or not, But take me through that scenario. Okay, So so the very first thing that happens when a client comes to the door, they have their temperature taking their given masks. They're given a bottle of hand sanitizer. You know where we practice safe, social distancing. There's a lot of space. So, you know. There's this is just a vast amount of space. And then there's always gonna be education on Cove in 19 and the importance of not gathering together in groups while they're here. Now they will be working with one on one peer support and navigational specialist. Each member of my staff, which we're working today. We're actually after jail today doing some work with the H M s program. Everybody will be entered into a program through strategies to end homelessness called clarity. So we can keep track of these individual we work with and and kind of show their progress. And as as we tried to lift them off the streets, but but we were going to be working with the health department. In fact, they're they're donating mast and cleaning supplies and certain things, and then we'll be working with nurses and our staff is highly competent when it comes to educating on program 19 Gotcha. So that's the other thing is getting getting those who are homeless, experiencing homelessness in Cincinnati, Sam Adams from Hassles Army Um, some some knowledge about about combat has been up to this point. How is Cho been impacted the homeless population here. Well from September of 2019 to September of 2020. We have seen a 38% increase on individuals living on the streets. That doesn't mean homelessness altogether. See what what has happened As a result of this pandemic, people that were living with family members or friends on couches on forth whatnot. They're forced out of those places. Because of the high wished, spreading the virus. So we're seeing a spike and people that are living directly on the street. And now now is when we really need to act in an offer solutions as you could remember. It was the day after Christmas December. 26 2017 were. We lost our valuable family member in Martin, who froze to death at a bus stop right rednecks about square. You know.

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"david ward" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:42 min | 11 months ago

"david ward" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Are very serious again. I'm not going to run and rush to judgment and push push allegations out until we've at the first U. S. Agriculture secretary and former governor Sonny Perdue also called for an investigation. But admitted that he quote didn't know if these reports are true or accurate. Democrat Joe Biden closed a 300,000 vote gap in Georgia and past Trump on Friday after county spent days counting signature verified absentee ballots that had arrived prior to a state established deadline. For NPR News. I'm a meal. Moffett in Atlanta, U S. Supreme Court has ordered Pennsylvania to separate all ballots that arrived by mail after election Day from current totals State Republicans following an emergency appeal today. The limit counts is Joe Biden's lead increases Their other prime from member station. W. L V. R has more The order, signed by conservative Justice Samuel Alito, effectively affirms of practice that was already in place. Pennsylvania Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar told counties last week two separate late arriving ballots even though they're allowed to be counted under state law. Alito's order denied another request from the state GOP. You stop counting the late arriving ballots altogether. Book far has previously said she doesn't expect the late arriving ballots to change the elections. Final result. An attorney for Pennsylvania State Democrats says Alito's order has served on Lee throw fuel on the fire of mistrust. That the Trump campaign continues to generate without providing evidence for NPR news until a Pratt incumbent David Perdue, and George will be facing a runoff against Democratic challenger John all soft in January. That's based on Georgia State law, which requires that a winning candidate must receive more than 50% of the vote to avoid a runoff between the top two candidates. Stocks closed mixed today. The Dow down 66 points. The NASDAQ was up four points. You're listening to NPR. Live from the news. I'm terrorist. Seiler, A Sonoma County sheriff's deputy, fired last year for wrongful use of force is facing felony manslaughter and assault charges. Duties. Alex Emily reports former deputy Charles Blount was charged in a grand jury indictment. The investigation surrounding the death of David Ward, a disabled man played out in secret for nearly a year. Criminal charges became public in a grand jury indictment unsealed Friday morning. Blount was captured on body camera video last November, slamming Ward's head into a car door frame after a high speed pursuit. Civil attorney Isaac Schwager represents Ward's mother in a wrongful death lawsuit. Mrs Ghastly what happened to David, who was not entirely innocent in the episode, but he certainly didn't deserve to die. The coroner found. Ward died as a result of blunt force trauma and other injuries suffered during a violent struggle with deputies. Warren also had methamphetamine in the system. Blount is due to appear in court on Thursday. I'm Alex Emslie. The news in the race to be the new supervisor for San Francisco's Richmond district. Connie Chan has taken the lead again. Chan is a progressive Democrat. And she's now in the lead with 107 more votes after rank choice voting than her main competition, the politically moderate margin fill our That's, according to the city's latest ballot count, released a couple of hours ago, which includes Tricked one provisional ballots. Chan started off in first place Tuesday but was over taken by fill our in a matter of hours. Fill our how the lead until this afternoon. But with thousands of ballots still uncounted, the race remains too close to call. The city says it will release its next count tomorrow afternoon. For full berry election results, visit dot org's slash elections. Have a great evening..

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"david ward" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"david ward" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"With them. They're able to use your money. thereby. they are investing it and using it. And you get the money if you don't use it for long term care and the air them putting more money into the bucket. But you're using your money I for long term care that way the premiums don't get increased, and so that was a part of that book along with the other strategies that spoken about crisis, player strategies, government benefits, and such at led to that book. This is such a content rich coal because it's Dave this is David Ward feud isn't this is disappointing out to me. I guess somebody who doesn't know a thing about this that there is a lot to understand and in that pointing process having somebody like helping out man to be there to help you is this going to reduce so much stress and give me that confidence that we're going to be able to be in a better position. Afterwards, I looked at your website you have a great deal of of not only testimonials. You've got a lot of other educational material what what are the educational material are people going to find on your website and get? Will we we really pride ourselves on providing educational content and material because we really feel that you sort of have to know what you don't know, and that's you know such a an important concept and away. So on our website we have. Numerous guides we special needs guy we have a nursing home. And assisted living guide for people in our area we have. Medicaid guides we an guide about. Benefits are available paper long-term k. We these guys at happy to guide to people that go on our website, which is ww Dot Hauptmann Ha U. P. as in Peter, T. as in Tom M. A. N. AS IN NANCY LAW L A W dot com, and we feel that there's lots of video content about explaining what happens when your child turns eighteen for example, and need special needs..

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Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office, retired deputy sued over death of Bloomfield man

Morning Edition

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office, retired deputy sued over death of Bloomfield man

"Cinema county deputies killed David ward when they choked him slammed his head into a car door and taste him during the struggle late last year according to the coroner but the lawsuit filed by warts mother alleges this wasn't an isolated act of violence on the part of former deputy Charles Blount it was part of a pattern in twenty fifteen Blount used in that cold on a woman he was trying to arrest for Jay walking and then lied about it in court just last year the suit alleges plant supervisor recommended him for retraining and how to properly perform and that cold instead according to the filing the sheriff discipline the supervisor Blount retired earlier this year and a criminal investigation into the incident is

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Stock market updates

Bloomberg Surveillance

02:23 min | 1 year ago

Stock market updates

"Here I really want to mention here besides oil up almost two dollars and that locked arms going to go away at some point S. B. Y. was up five point seven percent the ETF on the market German yields are up fractionally as well I'm dollar dollar dollar this morning it is been a one way street a stronger dollar and ninety eight point two three six really but just right up against the dollar strength we saw yesterday yeah and hammered one oh seven twenty five in the Ural churning your one eleven fifteen set just below when I started speaking was it too long eight days ago David ward you start today I mean you've got like eight options within this historic moment I would simply go for the stocks that fall in the most and you you've got go right to the cruise lines as far as that goes because you're seeing quite the recovery in those shares carnivals up twenty three and a half percent and its rally from the lowest price since nineteen ninety six per minute Connable fell yesterday by thirty one percent as it's princess cruises unit halted voices for sixty days and then you look over its peers you see royal Caribbean up twenty five and a half percent in Norwegian up thirty five percent Norwegian has been the worst performing stocks in the S. and P. five hundred over the past month as for that index fell into bear market territory down more than twenty percent and then you look at the airlines you see American up eleven percent delta up fourteen percent you've got south west up nine and a half percent United up ten a half percent American may be the not most noteworthy because the carriers climbing from its lowest price since merging with U. S. Airways back in twenty thirteen and then you look at the companies that make planes and engines for the airlines and their rowing as well following up eleven and a half percent and that stock has been down this week by forty one percent biggest drop for any board APR nineteen eighty I did not know that did you say that one more time Boeing selling much was down forty one percent in the first four days of this week hi I mean real company and drawing down on their on their credit lines I guess we discovering the P. E. Willard they they got a P. E. problem here but the yield is five point three percent growing twenty one

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"david ward" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"david ward" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"Perhaps it was. And unfortunately, I don't think anyone really told them the bad that could come with the potential good. All right. Next up from Lindell from Australia is jury still, an appropriate term for the group of people who decide the winner this season basically, allowed to defendant to get sequestered with his jury as as we discussed. So Madam prosecutor I would call it a tainted jury, and that there should be mistrial should be cleared. So that's that would be my thoughts on, on the jury itself. Yeah. And I think it still meets the general definition of jury the producers just screwed up the basic concept as you talked about last week regarding how a jury is supposed to operate. I like that a jury and call for a mistrial. I would absolutely be declared a mistrial in this one. Okay, our next question comes from rich batch, did the show miss a massive chance to modernize by running a companion web series about the edge, which could have freedom time. And given the result provided more story. Yeah. I do think they blew it in this regard. They have CBS all access, and people like us are paying for content, but instead of giving us more content, which would have been great, especially for the exact result. We got. They gave us less by cutting out the web confessionals partway through the season as a pain customer. It's very frustrating as -vivor. Viewer. It's also very frustrating that they promoted the extinction the winner came from there. The jury voted for him in part because of how he acted there. And we barely saw any of it. They have the perfect platform, and they didn't use it. Yeah. And we see this, I hate to make in Paris, too big brother necessarily, but big brother provides like like twenty four seven access to like, what's going on in that house. That's how they advertise it. And then they black out at certain points. But yes, they do. But so there is the possibility of, of structuring something like this, where people could actually see what's happening on the edge of extinction, without running into forty two minute window of time that we're allowed to actually. Have survived or on our televisions in that for us as viewers and people who are looking for extra content or extra reasons why certain things have happened in the game. And trying to understand things could have had an opportunity to view the additional edge living if you would it would have been great to see that because I do think a lot of people are kind of scratching their heads because we don't really know our winter like we like to know our winter. All right. More maura. Swire hausky. Hope I didn't kill that name too badly. Asked did the strategic players like Aubrey, David ward, OG have Stockholm syndrome. Is that why they voted for Chris, Larry Miller? Similarly asked how come Aubrey called Gavin Victorian Eric phenomenal players? But then Castro for Chris as a replacement level player and Deb added. Where's David Wright is he hiding? I do think that.

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"david ward" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"david ward" Discussed on KCRW

"After all of these decades, secure our border, President Trump must-have holding people hostage. This barrier is absolutely critical to border security. That's just plain wrong. How much more American blood must be shed before? Congress does its job. Say nothing for the wall. Lost in the political feud are the voices on the ground that are personally affected by the broader immigration debate. Our friends at the Marshall projects spoke to some of them to survive and Russia had to hide myself Alana was fleeing persecution in her home country. You can't stand out when I was dreaming about who. I become co. I wanna be I realized I couldn't be myself. If you saying you gay or lesbian or does gender. It's equating to being better file, and by lowest persecuted, she was ultimately granted asylum in the United States by the heaviest weight all from my shoulders like I can be fully we had people from all over the world coming in legally through Mexico that could mean us harm David ward, see things from a different perspective. He's a former ice agent. There are people coming into this country that wanna kill and you want to stop that from happening. We are down there on the board to protect this. Country. And that's what our job is. And then there's Danny there were threats made against my mom and my sister. And I specifically whose parents brought her and her twin sister to the United States when they were five there pictures of us taken in a playground sent to my parents as threats my parents will simply decided that the best thing to do would be to leave. We all know that the only way to effectively address all these competing needs and issues is for Washington to tackle immigration in a comprehensive way. But in the last twenty years each attempt has failed. So are we just permanently stuck here is immigration reform impossible? We know that you can't talk about immigration without talking to everybody your current environment in this country is so poisonous. And I don't see that changing the die was cast in two thousand seven, and it's gonna be a long long time before there's another obvious opening right now, this is a political football. Or is there some road to salvation we just haven't figured out. It must not be seen as a one-party issue things can change facet can shake. This is politics with Amy Walter on the takeaway. Now to do a story on the history.

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"david ward" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"david ward" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Shed before. Congress does its job. How many more? Nothing for the wall. Sokoto that could mean us harm David ward, see things from a different perspective. He is a former ice agent. There are people coming into this country that wanna kill and you want to stop that from happening. We are down there on the board to protect this country. And that's what our job is. And then there's Danny there were threats made against my mom and my sister. And I specifically whose parents brought her and her twin sister to the United States when they were five there. Pictures of us taken in playground, send to my parents as threads my parents decided that the best thing to do would be to leave. We all know that the only way to effectively.

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"david ward" Discussed on The SodShow

The SodShow

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"david ward" Discussed on The SodShow

"Unknowns. To me got a call from friend of mine send you wanna come down to the bet Chatto gardens. And when it came down to Dave set to me was your welcome from the plant sales area up to the shop tour toes because it's called high said, we expect him you don't know. No, no, no it was expecting yourself. But again, there's do you say it's a life's legacy to ensure continues on of going to say in brackets water legacy. But that is the case we're kind of back to that thing. Again, though, Dave I can have all the dreams I want in the world of in my case gone out looking for people play music underneath the flowers. But you gotta turn around and say well, well gardens need people to come in. And this one is essentially no different than I don't. I don't I don't mean to be disrespectful. Have I said and worded correctly as fairest. Absolutely. I mean with stunning member. And it's pretty quiet. You know, we are very seasonal less. All gardens are too. Activities. Of his come from sort of March to hook Tober fifty thousand so years, we can't through the gardens. So. Yeah, that's why we have to sort of diversify bit. We always plant. So that's what we're all about. It's the biggest by far the biggest power business when we mail order them around the country as well. But yeah, I mean Bethany early days understood that the, you know to pay the wages Accenture. You know, you had to had some money coming in. So obviously the garden brings in certain income on the the selling applause nursery and many of the tributes the bath off. She died didn't only describe it as a gardener described her as a nurse Schulman. And no Beth when really proud of her because she did consider a sofa a good nurse, you if if slightly some of their techniques were slightly different for tools at college. I always use the when I first came here in his thirty five years, I was used to using a teen in life, and and Beth Schumi her propagating kit, which consisted of a razor blade in a packet plasters, and she would do the cuttings across her fingers off has terrible tally. But she had her own in pastas for obviously for. You know, she had an unique way of propagating some plants and. But yet she we've been through been noted as a nurse Schulman as well as the gardener. And she was not called designer those things she didn't like being called. She was Gardner and initial I think the note before before before we came on air one of degrades who escaped me or one a Dave's first its, and I'm I'm privileged and honored to be here. Like all things in life and hindsight's amazing. Isn't it just may turn around and say, well, I should have spent more time there, and I should have done a bit differently and in my life. According to anybody, I who I know everything should have been done entirely differently apart from those things that relate to horticulture. I just hope I get the bits right in the middle. And I hope I've done okay on this because we cut me mom won't shoulder. And I didn't know that very you're on she'd fuck smears if I got this one ninety way wrong, and I'm overly conscious of it. Sometimes as shirts who was when I was talking to. Barbara about late. Great Marcus who we also spoke about all fair. And hope I think I think we've know K on this one Dave as a I know it's been it's been really good here showing your own Goldens. I hope it won't be too long before we do again, they've take so much really pre. She's very much. None. Thank you coming appreciative..

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"david ward" Discussed on The SodShow

The SodShow

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"david ward" Discussed on The SodShow

"Unknowns. To me got a call from friend of mine send you wanna come down to the bet Chatto gardens. And when it came down to Dave set to me was your welcome from the plant sales area up to the shop tour toes because it's called high said, we expect him you don't know. No, no, no it was expecting yourself. But again, there's do you say it's a life's legacy to ensure continues on of going to say in brackets water legacy. But that is the case we're kind of back to that thing. Again, though, Dave I can have all the dreams I want in the world of in my case gone out looking for people play music underneath the flowers. But you gotta turn around and say well, well gardens need people to come in. And this one is essentially no different than I don't. I don't I don't mean to be disrespectful. Have I said and worded correctly as fairest. Absolutely. I mean with stunning member. And it's pretty quiet. You know, we are very seasonal less. All gardens are too. Activities. Of his come from sort of March to hook Tober fifty thousand so years, we can't through the gardens. So. Yeah, that's why we have to sort of diversify bit. We always plant. So that's what we're all about. It's the biggest by far the biggest power business when we mail order them around the country as well. But yeah, I mean Bethany early days understood that the, you know to pay the wages Accenture. You know, you had to had some money coming in. So obviously the garden brings in certain income on the the selling applause nursery and many of the tributes the bath off. She died didn't only describe it as a gardener described her as a nurse Schulman. And no Beth when really proud of her because she did consider a sofa a good nurse, you if if slightly some of their techniques were slightly different for tools at college. I always use the when I first came here in his thirty five years, I was used to using a teen in life, and and Beth Schumi her propagating kit, which consisted of a razor blade in a packet plasters, and she would do the cuttings across her fingers off has terrible tally. But she had her own in pastas for obviously for. You know, she had an unique way of propagating some plants and. But yet she we've been through been noted as a nurse Schulman as well as the gardener. And she was not called designer those things she didn't like being called. She was Gardner and initial I think the note before before before we came on air one of degrades who escaped me or one a Dave's first its, and I'm I'm privileged and honored to be here. Like all things in life and hindsight's amazing. Isn't it just may turn around and say, well, I should have spent more time there, and I should have done a bit differently and in my life. According to anybody, I who I know everything should have been done entirely differently apart from those things that relate to horticulture. I just hope I get the bits right in the middle. And I hope I've done okay on this because we cut me mom won't shoulder. And I didn't know that very you're on she'd fuck smears if I got this one ninety way wrong, and I'm overly conscious of it. Sometimes as shirts who was when I was talking to. Barbara about late. Great Marcus who we also spoke about all fair. And hope I think I think we've know K on this one Dave as a I know it's been it's been really good here showing your own Goldens. I hope it won't be too long before we do again, they've take so much really pre. She's very much. None. Thank you coming appreciative..

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"david ward" Discussed on The SodShow

The SodShow

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"david ward" Discussed on The SodShow

"Yeah. I'm recording us into the tale of an iphone automated. The Sasha was gone full circle all the way back to eight years ago, but Meyer, I wish aside we've just walked into the plant center dot cracked on striking in the plan Senator apart from the fact that it is meticulously perfect in everything. It's start the plants are split on my left hand side into shade garden plants, Drake, art, implants and dump if every garden center, are you went to did dare plant layout in this way. Life would be such a an amazing place. And it's not just it's broken down further again. So we're a mono. Well, let me skew across now give you one left a little bit behind me. Just for a second domain grew. I've sorry, but we're gone into the dry one. We've got I don't know that received as one that you might know a home. There's Halley anthem on says Wesley white rock gross on rose spreading show put narrow dark green leaves on what flares yellow centers for seventy five s pretty good value. There's people laughing here. Isn't that amazing? Civil is. We're very lucky. We have ability saris today. You have to say it into this one. Why I'm a my imagination. Or are you unique in how you Leo your plants with those large big shades, dump essentially labels. Probably not no not unique. No. But a lot of gun since she do go into now have presidential to dedicate dedicated to certain plants posts, they picked up on the hot dry weather this year and at bench of drought, living, plants, etc. But generally, it's sort of is at all the arrange shrubs trees, climbers, preneurs, etc. But we've just. Thrust is just and it was Beth the whole Gardner who wrote plot wrote place. It was just common sense is just you have these conditions. Why do you want to go to plants that dumps all in you? You only have plants. The unique plaza will groaning will dry. So so that's the way we sent him for those of you listening at home who knew Beth and who who knew the gardens. I I have to apologize because there was conversation before all it started. What had happened was doping line that you heard which was essentially painting picture, which led me to my daughter is painting. What she taught was amazing now that's made me think of John Lennon explaining why Lucian skyward diamonds was too tight lipped dot song is think he says is soon walks in. And he said, what's dot? And he said that's Lucy in the sky with diamonds. I knew okay. I just think it's amazing that people can paint with their eyes closed and just have a big picture. But when it's things that photo synthesizing landscape steel to give..

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"david ward" Discussed on The SodShow

The SodShow

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"david ward" Discussed on The SodShow

"Yeah. I'm recording us into the tale of an iphone automated. The Sasha was gone full circle all the way back to eight years ago, but Meyer, I wish aside we've just walked into the plant center dot cracked on striking in the plan Senator apart from the fact that it is meticulously perfect in everything. It's start the plants are split on my left hand side into shade garden plants, Drake, art, implants and dump if every garden center, are you went to did dare plant layout in this way. Life would be such a an amazing place. And it's not just it's broken down further again. So we're a mono. Well, let me skew across now give you one left a little bit behind me. Just for a second domain grew. I've sorry, but we're gone into the dry one. We've got I don't know that received as one that you might know a home. There's Halley anthem on says Wesley white rock gross on rose spreading show put narrow dark green leaves on what flares yellow centers for seventy five s pretty good value. There's people laughing here. Isn't that amazing? Civil is. We're very lucky. We have ability saris today. You have to say it into this one. Why I'm a my imagination. Or are you unique in how you Leo your plants with those large big shades, dump essentially labels. Probably not no not unique. No. But a lot of gun since she do go into now have presidential to dedicate dedicated to certain plants posts, they picked up on the hot dry weather this year and at bench of drought, living, plants, etc. But generally, it's sort of is at all the arrange shrubs trees, climbers, preneurs, etc. But we've just. Thrust is just and it was Beth the whole Gardner who wrote plot wrote place. It was just common sense is just you have these conditions. Why do you want to go to plants that dumps all in you? You only have plants. The unique plaza will groaning will dry. So so that's the way we sent him for those of you listening at home who knew Beth and who who knew the gardens. I I have to apologize because there was conversation before all it started. What had happened was doping line that you heard which was essentially painting picture, which led me to my daughter is painting. What she taught was amazing now that's made me think of John Lennon explaining why Lucian skyward diamonds was too tight lipped dot song is think he says is soon walks in. And he said, what's dot? And he said that's Lucy in the sky with diamonds. I knew okay. I just think it's amazing that people can paint with their eyes closed and just have a big picture. But when it's things that photo synthesizing landscape steel to give..

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"david ward" Discussed on The SodShow

The SodShow

04:54 min | 3 years ago

"david ward" Discussed on The SodShow

"So preparation thorough. So preparation is as important if not more important than this plant choice, you know, growing plants in. Correct conditions because now the best saying you can't give plants the worst. You have you got to give them the best. You can you can possibly provide in domestic gardens machinery and stuff going off in the background surreal working garden. It's one thing that I would say when I'm asked about quite an to get X job that she designed. But usually it's because of Ghanaian on its soil is. Roebuck to it. Again. It's deals robo thing. And and I say, well, look, it's got a commode in order to give the plant step best start. Because client said they wanted to style of planting on a give them a bet garden. Well, again is one problem. We do have you. You can't for example draw garden it's on sand and gravel you can't have that kind of garden with those kind of plants, which do quite sharp drainage. If you have Klay soil, you've got much different pallet plants very points that you can use. It's again, it's just all bad. We have these conditions. These are the plants, and we work we work with and that these lists Beth husband, actually, Andrew Chatto. He was a fruit farm about trade. But he was he was really cola. Just and he dentals a studying plants where he grew in the wild combinations of plants the habitat, and he put together so much information for Beth to dip into and create these what we have quite static lists here plant. So we know which plants are gonna grow hot dry joy, shade water, damp soils or now or clay soil here on prove clay's. So so we don't tend to step outside of those. Strict lists that we have we might cage need just try something. But we we know for example, this summer we've had a very dry summer. And we know we've pushed the boundaries joy garden in recent years grown a few things. But when you get to really dry some we've heard it will. So the men from the boys. Let's take a walk. You stay listen. I've never been here before this is a real tree. I've seen photographs of read about it. We'll get to that in a little bit. To live. According to a recent. That's okay. Don't under define. So the volunteers were actually coming in there under under talking. It's it's wonderful. When you hear people who work in gardens who who giggle and smile, and you can hear it. It's almost melodic itself. Yeah. We're in the woodlands parts to some sheen Rican off in the background. We only stay here for a minute or two a hope to noisy for you at home. But you literally got so much going on leaser fallen down on top of the plants. The trees are losing dailies to snow drops will have common gone by the time this on the place it'll be Boone buck into spring. This is the best way to say if I was to BBC you'd hear crunching sounds of leaves underneath my feet. So it's just me on the head. Don, how difficult are hell Herro said. If I said woodland garden most people would say, well, it's a few trees unto an extent. Maybe they're right, but held the garden are more difficult is it to garden because down way the water garden or on the front entrance in to bet cello gardens. You can see where to plants some more individual the plants are a little bit more police, you can see where there's a bit more care and attention to wear here wants to walkways relatively speaking clean, your sort of. Okay. As the heads mine over to gardens is is not an okay, wait to put have I done you a disservice. Well, obviously, we're standing the wooden garden in November. As you say when the leaves have fallen off the trees, it's a different mattress spring the woodland gardens are spring gardens. So there will be just spoke pass fairly Snowdrop. So just starting to fly on there will be starting in flou- all the way through November December January into their main season for pre March along with a myriad of other implants all coming up to take advantage of the the light. That's there early in the year the moisture that stood in the ground overseas leaf canopy stocks to cover the flower tends to sort of fade away, and then you're left with this rather more natural as you say this sort of ground cover the most of the summer..

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"david ward" Discussed on The SodShow

The SodShow

04:54 min | 3 years ago

"david ward" Discussed on The SodShow

"So preparation thorough. So preparation is as important if not more important than this plant choice, you know, growing plants in. Correct conditions because now the best saying you can't give plants the worst. You have you got to give them the best. You can you can possibly provide in domestic gardens machinery and stuff going off in the background surreal working garden. It's one thing that I would say when I'm asked about quite an to get X job that she designed. But usually it's because of Ghanaian on its soil is. Roebuck to it. Again. It's deals robo thing. And and I say, well, look, it's got a commode in order to give the plant step best start. Because client said they wanted to style of planting on a give them a bet garden. Well, again is one problem. We do have you. You can't for example draw garden it's on sand and gravel you can't have that kind of garden with those kind of plants, which do quite sharp drainage. If you have Klay soil, you've got much different pallet plants very points that you can use. It's again, it's just all bad. We have these conditions. These are the plants, and we work we work with and that these lists Beth husband, actually, Andrew Chatto. He was a fruit farm about trade. But he was he was really cola. Just and he dentals a studying plants where he grew in the wild combinations of plants the habitat, and he put together so much information for Beth to dip into and create these what we have quite static lists here plant. So we know which plants are gonna grow hot dry joy, shade water, damp soils or now or clay soil here on prove clay's. So so we don't tend to step outside of those. Strict lists that we have we might cage need just try something. But we we know for example, this summer we've had a very dry summer. And we know we've pushed the boundaries joy garden in recent years grown a few things. But when you get to really dry some we've heard it will. So the men from the boys. Let's take a walk. You stay listen. I've never been here before this is a real tree. I've seen photographs of read about it. We'll get to that in a little bit. To live. According to a recent. That's okay. Don't under define. So the volunteers were actually coming in there under under talking. It's it's wonderful. When you hear people who work in gardens who who giggle and smile, and you can hear it. It's almost melodic itself. Yeah. We're in the woodlands parts to some sheen Rican off in the background. We only stay here for a minute or two a hope to noisy for you at home. But you literally got so much going on leaser fallen down on top of the plants. The trees are losing dailies to snow drops will have common gone by the time this on the place it'll be Boone buck into spring. This is the best way to say if I was to BBC you'd hear crunching sounds of leaves underneath my feet. So it's just me on the head. Don, how difficult are hell Herro said. If I said woodland garden most people would say, well, it's a few trees unto an extent. Maybe they're right, but held the garden are more difficult is it to garden because down way the water garden or on the front entrance in to bet cello gardens. You can see where to plants some more individual the plants are a little bit more police, you can see where there's a bit more care and attention to wear here wants to walkways relatively speaking clean, your sort of. Okay. As the heads mine over to gardens is is not an okay, wait to put have I done you a disservice. Well, obviously, we're standing the wooden garden in November. As you say when the leaves have fallen off the trees, it's a different mattress spring the woodland gardens are spring gardens. So there will be just spoke pass fairly Snowdrop. So just starting to fly on there will be starting in flou- all the way through November December January into their main season for pre March along with a myriad of other implants all coming up to take advantage of the the light. That's there early in the year the moisture that stood in the ground overseas leaf canopy stocks to cover the flower tends to sort of fade away, and then you're left with this rather more natural as you say this sort of ground cover the most of the summer..

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"david ward" Discussed on The SodShow

The SodShow

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"david ward" Discussed on The SodShow

"We practically hand-dug it over once if not twice when we've ended up digging the soil in composting and have planted out with lots of Perennials grasses, and it now it's an area that people can get in amongst the plants. They can get right up close rather than just walk around. And we finding people now lingering here everything's labeled. So they can take note of plants so added a lot more interesting. Given us the experience of the clay soil as well and had two hundred and fifty ton is approximately seven and a half. Large trucks of spent mushroom compost, which my earliest memory of Don was in the middle of winter picking rhubarb on gotten our candidate for we we'd been forgotten. I was going through college. It's a long story. There's a horticultural reason to this intention wasn't to make you smile. We actually got into this spent mushroom compost because the heat that gave off when you introduced it in here to bring it back to a more horticultural logic reasoning why in a soil like couldn't be worked. What did it bring one to the table and to how to change what you could then plant? Okay. Some spent Mushin composes wonderful material. It's is quite easy to work with. And it does contain the lime which does actually chemically separate clay particles. I think the big word is flocculation color. Eligible longer ago the new without that word. So. And it's it's very have been here from the mushroom industry. Great materials work, but it does smell as well. And it's hot when those lorries arrive, you say steam in the way stank, so, but we added that on we incorporate it in we dug it we rotated into the topsoil the cli- as much as we could the weather was not helping what wet then withstanding sand gravel gardens win really used to this clay. So it was quite an experience. And then of course, we we had hoped plant in the in the fall and spring boot whether just didn't allow us to so we ended up putting agreement year on the area for the summer and go back to working again. The following the winter when the weather allowed so we put a lot of effort and that is again comes the backs. The Beth's wave gardening..

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"david ward" Discussed on The SodShow

The SodShow

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"david ward" Discussed on The SodShow

"We practically hand-dug it over once if not twice when we've ended up digging the soil in composting and have planted out with lots of Perennials grasses, and it now it's an area that people can get in amongst the plants. They can get right up close rather than just walk around. And we finding people now lingering here everything's labeled. So they can take note of plants so added a lot more interesting. Given us the experience of the clay soil as well and had two hundred and fifty ton is approximately seven and a half. Large trucks of spent mushroom compost, which my earliest memory of Don was in the middle of winter picking rhubarb on gotten our candidate for we we'd been forgotten. I was going through college. It's a long story. There's a horticultural reason to this intention wasn't to make you smile. We actually got into this spent mushroom compost because the heat that gave off when you introduced it in here to bring it back to a more horticultural logic reasoning why in a soil like couldn't be worked. What did it bring one to the table and to how to change what you could then plant? Okay. Some spent Mushin composes wonderful material. It's is quite easy to work with. And it does contain the lime which does actually chemically separate clay particles. I think the big word is flocculation color. Eligible longer ago the new without that word. So. And it's it's very have been here from the mushroom industry. Great materials work, but it does smell as well. And it's hot when those lorries arrive, you say steam in the way stank, so, but we added that on we incorporate it in we dug it we rotated into the topsoil the cli- as much as we could the weather was not helping what wet then withstanding sand gravel gardens win really used to this clay. So it was quite an experience. And then of course, we we had hoped plant in the in the fall and spring boot whether just didn't allow us to so we ended up putting agreement year on the area for the summer and go back to working again. The following the winter when the weather allowed so we put a lot of effort and that is again comes the backs. The Beth's wave gardening..

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"david ward" Discussed on Championship Drive

Championship Drive

04:51 min | 3 years ago

"david ward" Discussed on Championship Drive

"You know, I think since both, Andrew and I have worked with each other before, you know, on a football film to we had, we had a relationship, you know? So I knew him pretty well from that movie. And so going into this one. He and I worked out a lot and I'm gonna tell you really did inspire me. And you know, we have football practices and we had to work out a lot. And I did a lot of that with Andy, and I think that helped build the relationship. What's the wildest thing you saw him to either for preparation for the movie or just offscreen with you? Guys? Just hanging out. The wildest thing I saw him do I, you know, I'm gonna tell you probably watching too. He was. He was doing about ten thousand clean calories a day to watch him. He just would blow you away. I mean, literally with eat for five bagels and a bucket of oatmeal for breakfast and I and I mean, really a bucket of and I never seen anything like that. What were you eating right along with them? You know now that part he didn't motivate me. I was just being normal food, but he was eating coin and it. It was unbelievable. How about the Saint? He said that you know, there's the scene where he's pushed pressing like four hundred pounds, and he said that was that was completely real. The director, David ward would say, okay, cut. We've gotta fix the lighting here and is like, I can't do. I can't just do unlimited cleans era, push prices at four hundred pounds. I mean he was an incredible weightlifter wasn't he? Oh yeah, you don't. Andy, I believe he was like Mr. teenage day or something like that. So. He he. I mean, this guy was so dedicated to the weight room it. Like I said, it really inspired me and I think it inspired all of us worked on the show because I mean, Andy really did put that work in. The the, the one thing I don't know if people realize is so they took all the all the people that were cast for the film is, you know, and then cast sixty or so extras and put all of y'all together in a training camp like a real football training camp. What was that like? Now, everybody we talked to said you could really play obviously because you played college football at Missouri, but which of the other actors could play in? What was it like being in that training camp environment with all these guys who are playing arena league football or just finished playing college? Football. You know that that was a really interesting dynamic because you know, as a matter of fact, I can remember, you know, those practices 'cause you know football's kinda sport even when you're filming you can't really fake it. I mean, you can set up the shots, but you know, you pretty much have to go full speed. So for me, it was like, especially with guys in either just been cut or they just, you know, finish their their college careers. I mean, you really had to get in that head space of, okay, this zone and I've been bring it because if I don't, you know, I could get hurt. So you know if it was full on real and that's when I learned that my body could no longer handle football. You talked about that when when I interviewed you was how much David ward was kind of pushing you to do some of your own. Stunt, how physical was that toll on you during the shooting, and were there any injuries that you suffered for that. You know, I broke the metacarpal in my hand, which wasn't too bad, just kind of a painful, but I can remember there were two things that will always stand out for me and one of them I believe it was like on the first day where we started to shoot football stuff. And if basically was the first scene where I'm talking to the running back from Mississippi State and I can remember the first take, you know, I'm getting into the scene. I'm staying my line and I'm looking into the eyes of the kid that was the fullback. And I saw his hand shaking. I saw his eyes were like so wide open. And I'm saying to myself, wait a minute. This is for real this. This is gonna be for real. So the first collision we had the first take..

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"david ward" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"david ward" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"The nice david lee sharpe meena adl fahmi nessim sam dunkin irish wristwatch irish wristwatch irish risen not bad chewy stewy the smoking remains of michael cohen's law career hey thanks for throwing us a buck were we're doing our best to keep those embers yeah true this he doesn't have a lock career he has a bs career but yeah going lane slave ball and andy miles thank you and thank you mr fabulous douglas roper david ward matt gardner adam schiff for president the i i like adam schiff that's not a bad one the theme song sounds better one point five x thomas civility roger w smith slots of smith hey smith unite it's like the andrews a coven of andrews and a and a murder of smith's i don't know what's group of a boring smith chris carey i would have joined earlier but i couldn't think the clever name morag deans ryan king frank jimenez mark w margaret fish working class liberal eighty five dot com nice eric levine or levin and gary connor thank you guys so much for pledging hope you enjoy all the perks and you know a lot of movies coming right up for you and and i wanna point out if if you're like the listener the thomas just read and you'd really like to support the show but you can't think of a clever name you could still give us money and support the show changed her name to something clever we'll be happy to read your clever thing so i don't ever patriot dot com slash law if you've been thinking about doing it on you know you want to excellent oh no social this firm has ever failed the bar exam no kidding all right now it's time to find out just how awful i was at this week's bar questioned.

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"david ward" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"david ward" Discussed on Movie Crush

"I the tone of it i could go on for hours yeah well we can go on for thirty minutes so like you said seventy three george roy hill written by david ward and one of the things that struck me about butch cassidy to is the crew that he would put together was i mean edith headed the costumes in these legends of hollywood would shoot the picture and to the set design and do the costumes and it's just amazing robert sir tests certes shot at he shot been her in the last picture show in so it was just a time in that in the seventies where you could gather just your crew were legends that's right you know there's amazing the in this in the sting the attention to detail in in every way you know the costumes of set the streets there must shot on a back lot universal but it is it's just they just they didn't miss anything and you can you can really really feel it it's it's your back it's it's the depr russian is nineteen thirty two or something and it's it's it's so stylish and and yet you know there there are a lot of movies from the sixties and the seventies that are you know of for lack of a better word they're just they're they're trendy they were of you know they were they were kind of of that period there there's they're not timeless they look a little kinda creaky and style of acting the style shooting it just it doesn't hold up whereas there are certain movies you mentioned earlier like rear window certain hitchcock classic films like north by northwest those kinds of things they are.

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