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Dr. Gary Crow Presents AUDIO TIDBITS

02:19 min | 3 months ago

"dr gary" Discussed on Dr. Gary Crow Presents AUDIO TIDBITS

"Not truly important. What is morally right and wrong? What is acceptable and unacceptable in what really matters at a fundamental level? Our assertive with us. It is easy to tell what they are thinking. How they feel about most everything what they wanna do not want. They are up front and seldom leave us. Guessing are trying to figure them out. Are Non Manning controlling with us? They do not try to boss around their cores us and our neither manipulative nor duplicitous. Are Compatible with us. The old saw is true. We are judged by the company. We keep good friends or people by whom we are comfortable being judged. Are Dependable. They keep their promises and commitments. Are there for us when we need them? Do not do or say things behind our backs and can be trusted with knowledge of our personal lives. Are Interested in us. They value knowing what we think and feel what we like and dislike. What does does not interest us what we have been doing in. Prefer avoiding. Our positive influence on us, whether we are six or sixty, the people we spend time with influence, we are how we behave how we think about things what we do, and we come to believe and value good friends influence us in ways and directions armonia with whom we hope we are. Hanging there with us, we are not always at the top of our game in a good mood fun to be around perfect examples of what a friends should be even so good friend stick with US cut US some slack now, and then accommodate to our quirks inner, except us, says his warts, and all as the saying goes where I full fledged grew, and not merely a guru in training I would likely have a pithy maxim, capturing the essence of these friendship points, it would be memorable axiomatic, but even my apprentice status. Please let a stand without summary or conclusion I can trust my girl. MANSHIP will improve in time..

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Dr. Gary Crow Presents AUDIO TIDBITS

04:15 min | 3 months ago

"dr gary" Discussed on Dr. Gary Crow Presents AUDIO TIDBITS

"I've been keeping secret for quite a while now, but long.

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Dr. Gary Crow Presents AUDIO TIDBITS

09:28 min | 5 months ago

"dr gary" Discussed on Dr. Gary Crow Presents AUDIO TIDBITS

"Welcome to bidders. The podcasting team has some thoughts and advice for the writers and bloggers among you. Since they are all podcasting from their homes. You will notice that. Not all audio is equal. The team is social distancing and wants to assure you that they are still here for. They know how difficult writing can be. And how much? That difficulty is amplified when trying to blog. I think you will find their tips and notions about writing and blogging helpful. As you pursue your passion please enjoy if you have any feedback for the team tweet Gary Dr Gary Crow or send a note to Gary Gary Crow Dot net. Gary will make sure the team gets your comments. An old Chinese proverb says talk doesn't Cook Rice. I suspect it is equally true quoting old. Chinese proverb doesn't much rice. Either as I consider strategies for initiating this effort on with noting activities that do not cook rice. I thinking also noting those that do not lead to a successful blog would be helpful once. I know all of the points. What's left there on the list? Here we go with the list of blogging. Why don't sit and stare doing? Most anything else is an improvement over just gaze into empty space. Of course I claim to be intensely drinking and what may be true at least a little even so writing is although I think without seriously thinking think without writing and right without thinking the right writing is pretty much impossible or at least beyond my scope for sure to. I don't need another cup of coffee. I know it would feel good to stretch and stroll up at the Coffee Pot and back. A Nice Cup of hot coffee might even perk me up. I use the time to consider more fully what I want to say. And the jolt of caffeine might stimulate a new insight or something no no coffee no stroll into the other room. No more voiding getting down to the business at hand three. I don't have any more excuses. I'm far enough into it to get down to the up to okay. I'm getting around to and no. It's time to either do it or screw it. The deal goes like this. I'll never make a post default about the blog time planning to write. It's indeed a little crazy either. I'm lazy afraid of being absolutely tried. That's a pretty pathetic verse ensured can get worse but I don't feel even a little contrite. My blog is underway and I have a post for today sewed. I can get that coffee with no further. Fear of being impolite starting a post with a quotation or some otherwise saying seems to help break the ice or sense into cliches if more likely as merely priming the creativity pump either way of quote from Sylvia. Plath struck me as useful for my present purpose and by the way everything in life is rival about if you have the outgoing guts to do it and the imagination to improvise the worst enemy to creativity self-doubt. Before using the quote I thought the Refresher on Sylvia plath might add to the pump priming so in came with a pedia to fill the need just search for Ms Plath to find her life story or at least the Wikipedia version of our life story. The story is too intense and far too sad to tell here but in Fulbright Scholarship Pulitzer Prize for poetry. Novelist poet controversial writer and getting her own stamp from the post office next year. If she said it and she did. It's true enough for me. Dot everything in life is rival about this certainly opens a world of possibilities and opportunities now all that is needed are dot the outgoing guts to do it and the imagination to improvise. There you go. That's an imagination that does reduce the challenge to rather simple terms surely helps to be brilliant and gifted as a serendipitous bonus but guts. Immagination may be doable for most of us even Pulitzer Prizes and our own stamp are not in the cards. We need only keep self-doubt arrested and far off all creative path. Writing for the ages like Shakespeare or be as clever as Aug. Nash would pretty. Well guaranteed the conversion of your writing to cash but if guts imagination are mostly what you're about remember the words of Sylvia Plath as ki all self-doubt don't you get a little suspicious. When a reporter tributes fact or other information to a reliable source or to an official who didn't want his or her name used it's kind of the same. An author uses some inside clever saying and then attributed to author unknown or perhaps anonymous. I suppose giving credit to be Franklin or a Stein will be no more than administration Paul hidden intentional but still it does seem a tad unethical. Don't you think? Let me handle my ethical dilemma. By suggesting someone really famous probably said this first but if so I cannot figure who he or she might have been. Usually reliable sources say was most likely the famous anonymous at any rate. He or she said. Don't expect anything original from an ECHO. Confession time okay. I was planning to start with this little quip from whomever thought to say it. I am piggyback my way to a blog post hoping you know. His eye was merely being an echo trying to disguise my voice. I was actually saying something. Originally my idea was to also working. Sometimes imagination pounces most lead sleep soundly in the corner. Curry the connection is argued. Being ECO isn't all that bad while one is waiting for imagination two pounds imagination or perhaps lucid news itself is but a big cat just waiting two pounds when I least expect it with their respectful night to that ethics issue. We already covered. I acknowledge Terry elements who created the metaphor illusion to our purring housing imaginations such an alive hopeful limit. My Muse may seem to be gone but may actually just be in the shadow waiting to pounce. How COOL WOULD THAT BE WAY. Cool downright stellar since I did not know about Ms Gill I I check wikipedia with sure. I googled her and there. She was along with creating great metaphors as if she met them specifically for me she created Garden Dot Com. One of my favorite places on the net ended or quickly become one of yours if it isn't already that brings us to whatever the point of this is if there is a point trying to pass off an echo as originality is hardly worth the effort does raise serious ethical issues even so a little echo now and then can be interesting and perhaps entertaining. If not overdone what's more responsibly? Echoing a convenient way to pass the time while waiting for your imagination to kick in and your Muse to pounce I echo what others say while waiting for my muse two pounds throughout this interminable day my attention does not Jiggle or Jones. I listened for the slightest indication of the purring. I'm hoping to hear it's with anxious. Anticipation I feel. My elusive muses near count. Soon big cat. You've been shadow far too long. Quit acting like arrived. Get out here where you belong. I am still on kickabout. Getting mom used to return. It occurs to me maybe analogous to exercising. My idea is that it is like when you talk about getting in the zone. They get so comfortable with running. They are able to ship. Mind states with the zone becoming Nagorny. I suspect the zone is not a place. One arrives rives quickly or easily since I have never personally been there. I can only speculate but it seems likely would have to run and run and dendritic some more for a very long time before being in zone becomes reality here is my everything after stepping into zone is exercising everything after that is being run show there probably are gifted feudal bypass the exercise part and step into zone without missing a step here. I am limiting my idea regular models who cannot bypass the exercise part the analogy for writers. Dan says right and right android some more for a very long time before being in the zone communing with ones news becomes reality. This is more familiar territory. I have personally been there and hope to return soon. Yes the gifted few probably slip into zone without all that exercise but for US mere mortals. It seems there is no shortcut to. I just taped twin this but I have no good alternative but towards the famous anonymous twice in the same post I fear you may think I am making this stuff up. I should be so smart. At any rate I commit.

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Dr. Gary Crow Presents AUDIO TIDBITS

09:28 min | 5 months ago

"dr gary" Discussed on Dr. Gary Crow Presents AUDIO TIDBITS

"Welcome to bidders. The podcasting team has some thoughts and advice for the writers and bloggers among you. Since they are all podcasting from their homes. You will notice that. Not all audio is equal. The team is social distancing and wants to assure you that they are still here for. They know how difficult writing can be. And how much? That difficulty is amplified when trying to blog. I think you will find their tips and notions about writing and blogging helpful. As you pursue your passion please enjoy if you have any feedback for the team tweet Gary Dr Gary Crow or send a note to Gary Gary Crow Dot net. Gary will make sure the team gets your comments. An old Chinese proverb says talk doesn't Cook Rice. I suspect it is equally true quoting old. Chinese proverb doesn't much rice. Either as I consider strategies for initiating this effort on with noting activities that do not cook rice. I thinking also noting those that do not lead to a successful blog would be helpful once. I know all of the points. What's left there on the list? Here we go with the list of blogging. Why don't sit and stare doing? Most anything else is an improvement over just gaze into empty space. Of course I claim to be intensely drinking and what may be true at least a little even so writing is although I think without seriously thinking think without writing and right without thinking the right writing is pretty much impossible or at least beyond my scope for sure to. I don't need another cup of coffee. I know it would feel good to stretch and stroll up at the Coffee Pot and back. A Nice Cup of hot coffee might even perk me up. I use the time to consider more fully what I want to say. And the jolt of caffeine might stimulate a new insight or something no no coffee no stroll into the other room. No more voiding getting down to the business at hand three. I don't have any more excuses. I'm far enough into it to get down to the up to okay. I'm getting around to and no. It's time to either do it or screw it. The deal goes like this. I'll never make a post default about the blog time planning to write. It's indeed a little crazy either. I'm lazy afraid of being absolutely tried. That's a pretty pathetic verse ensured can get worse but I don't feel even a little contrite. My blog is underway and I have a post for today sewed. I can get that coffee with no further. Fear of being impolite starting a post with a quotation or some otherwise saying seems to help break the ice or sense into cliches if more likely as merely priming the creativity pump either way of quote from Sylvia. Plath struck me as useful for my present purpose and by the way everything in life is rival about if you have the outgoing guts to do it and the imagination to improvise the worst enemy to creativity self-doubt. Before using the quote I thought the Refresher on Sylvia plath might add to the pump priming so in came with a pedia to fill the need just search for Ms Plath to find her life story or at least the Wikipedia version of our life story. The story is too intense and far too sad to tell here but in Fulbright Scholarship Pulitzer Prize for poetry. Novelist poet controversial writer and getting her own stamp from the post office next year. If she said it and she did. It's true enough for me. Dot everything in life is rival about this certainly opens a world of possibilities and opportunities now all that is needed are dot the outgoing guts to do it and the imagination to improvise. There you go. That's an imagination that does reduce the challenge to rather simple terms surely helps to be brilliant and gifted as a serendipitous bonus but guts. Immagination may be doable for most of us even Pulitzer Prizes and our own stamp are not in the cards. We need only keep self-doubt arrested and far off all creative path. Writing for the ages like Shakespeare or be as clever as Aug. Nash would pretty. Well guaranteed the conversion of your writing to cash but if guts imagination are mostly what you're about remember the words of Sylvia Plath as ki all self-doubt don't you get a little suspicious. When a reporter tributes fact or other information to a reliable source or to an official who didn't want his or her name used it's kind of the same. An author uses some inside clever saying and then attributed to author unknown or perhaps anonymous. I suppose giving credit to be Franklin or a Stein will be no more than administration Paul hidden intentional but still it does seem a tad unethical. Don't you think? Let me handle my ethical dilemma. By suggesting someone really famous probably said this first but if so I cannot figure who he or she might have been. Usually reliable sources say was most likely the famous anonymous at any rate. He or she said. Don't expect anything original from an ECHO. Confession time okay. I was planning to start with this little quip from whomever thought to say it. I am piggyback my way to a blog post hoping you know. His eye was merely being an echo trying to disguise my voice. I was actually saying something. Originally my idea was to also working. Sometimes imagination pounces most lead sleep soundly in the corner. Curry the connection is argued. Being ECO isn't all that bad while one is waiting for imagination two pounds imagination or perhaps lucid news itself is but a big cat just waiting two pounds when I least expect it with their respectful night to that ethics issue. We already covered. I acknowledge Terry elements who created the metaphor illusion to our purring housing imaginations such an alive hopeful limit. My Muse may seem to be gone but may actually just be in the shadow waiting to pounce. How COOL WOULD THAT BE WAY. Cool downright stellar since I did not know about Ms Gill I I check wikipedia with sure. I googled her and there. She was along with creating great metaphors as if she met them specifically for me she created Garden Dot Com. One of my favorite places on the net ended or quickly become one of yours if it isn't already that brings us to whatever the point of this is if there is a point trying to pass off an echo as originality is hardly worth the effort does raise serious ethical issues even so a little echo now and then can be interesting and perhaps entertaining. If not overdone what's more responsibly? Echoing a convenient way to pass the time while waiting for your imagination to kick in and your Muse to pounce I echo what others say while waiting for my muse two pounds throughout this interminable day my attention does not Jiggle or Jones. I listened for the slightest indication of the purring. I'm hoping to hear it's with anxious. Anticipation I feel. My elusive muses near count. Soon big cat. You've been shadow far too long. Quit acting like arrived. Get out here where you belong. I am still on kickabout. Getting mom used to return. It occurs to me maybe analogous to exercising. My idea is that it is like when you talk about getting in the zone. They get so comfortable with running. They are able to ship. Mind states with the zone becoming Nagorny. I suspect the zone is not a place. One arrives rives quickly or easily since I have never personally been there. I can only speculate but it seems likely would have to run and run and dendritic some more for a very long time before being in zone becomes reality here is my everything after stepping into zone is exercising everything after that is being run show there probably are gifted feudal bypass the exercise part and step into zone without missing a step here. I am limiting my idea regular models who cannot bypass the exercise part the analogy for writers. Dan says right and right android some more for a very long time before being in the zone communing with ones news becomes reality. This is more familiar territory. I have personally been there and hope to return soon. Yes the gifted few probably slip into zone without all that exercise but for US mere mortals. It seems there is no shortcut to. I just taped twin this but I have no good alternative but towards the famous anonymous twice in the same post I fear you may think I am making this stuff up. I should be so smart. At any rate I commit.

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"dr gary" Discussed on Dr. Gary Crow Presents AUDIO TIDBITS

Dr. Gary Crow Presents AUDIO TIDBITS

02:56 min | 5 months ago

"dr gary" Discussed on Dr. Gary Crow Presents AUDIO TIDBITS

"Homeroom teaches. Do you know your child's teacher. Has It along? If you will think about what you want to do. For other people your character will take care of itself. Character is a by product and any man who devotes himself to its cultivation. In his own case will become a selfish break. Woodrow Wilson as you think about what you do for other people passing your character along to your children and two other kids with whom you have. Contact is both a responsibility and an opportunity. Children don't come into the world with their character. Prepackaged rather it develops and evolves through their early years character is learned and thus is taught. Yes some kids learn faster and more completely than others but learned they do. William J Bennett clearly understood this teaching learning process when he said if we want our children to possess the traits of character we most admire. We need to teach them what those traits are in the why they deserve both admiration intelliegence. Children must learn to identify the forms and content of those traits. I do you know what character is. And Are you passing it on? It was passed on you when you were a kid and now it's your turn the youngster may live at your house. Deliver your paper be playing across the street or just walked by but pass. It on you do. Are you warm and gentle friendly and accepting if so it feels like acceptance and being valued inclusion and being important if you are cold and indifferent detached and suspicious it feels like well? You know how. It feels that is why you need to pass your character on very carefully especially to young people when describing character Abraham Lincoln said character is like a tree reputation like its shadow. The shadow is what we think of it. The tree is the real thing. Your responsibility is to guide and nurture the growth of the tree of character in your children's so at casts clear stable unambiguous shadow in the child's world. Both the tree and its shadow need to incorporate the values beliefs priorities and choices that you have passed on this is as plutarch suggested not an event but is rather something that builds data day character is simply habit long continued. The same point was also echoed. By Ralph Waldo Emerson. The force of character is cumulative next as you pass character onto your children. Remember that you are the model to be a great model. You have to walk the walk. Talk the talk. Have all the right moves and lamaze your fans if you have kids or hang around with someone who does you have already got an enthusiastic following and follow you. They will give time. They will walk your walk. Talk your talk and your moves will be. There's you are the model and they are your work in progress. How is your creation coming along? If you don't it quite right yet it will help to know that you need to give more emphasis to being a better model for kids than to molding them. They will do as you do. As the famous anonymous reminds the acorn never falls far from the tree..

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Dr. Gary Crow Presents AUDIO TIDBITS

01:48 min | 5 months ago

"dr gary" Discussed on Dr. Gary Crow Presents AUDIO TIDBITS

"At home at school.

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Dr. Gary Crow Presents AUDIO TIDBITS

02:03 min | 5 months ago

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"Your mom.

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Dr. Gary Crow Presents AUDIO TIDBITS

54:33 min | 6 months ago

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Dr. Gary Crow Presents AUDIO TIDBITS

03:33 min | 6 months ago

"dr gary" Discussed on Dr. Gary Crow Presents AUDIO TIDBITS

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03:03 min | 7 months ago

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04:56 min | 7 months ago

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Dr. Gary Crow Presents AUDIO TIDBITS

04:17 min | 7 months ago

"dr gary" Discussed on Dr. Gary Crow Presents AUDIO TIDBITS

"You are joining Dr Gary Crow Presents Audio tidbits for opinion learning just for fun. Gary is a retired. Human Services Administrator author trainer and Speaker was joined by the PODCASTING team to bring you perspectives. Chips added insights about people doing their best to do their best for others. The team mixes there tidbits with music from Kevin Lee cloud and special segments. Just for fun please relax and enjoy. What are the key steps for any leader or for anyone who doesn't want to simply maintain the status quo? Let's think about that. I what do you want to happen? There are three possibilities. You may want things to improve or get better next. You may want things to change or be different in some way you define. Finally you may want to prevent something from happening or prevent some danger or risk from actualising in short you want to improve change or prevent sure you may want to achieve more than one of these outcomes at the same time. Second take a close look at how things are right now. List everything that will be different. When you achieve one or more of the outcomes in the first step what will be different when things improve when things change or when the danger or risk have been prevented third step to gives you a list of things that have to be changed or modified for each of those action elements. What will it take to change? Or modify each of those elements that gives you a step-by-step strategy for disrupting the status quo by changing or realigning each of the items on the list from step two to align with the new status from step one it's much like remodeling a house you. I envisioned the newly remodeled and undetermined. What needs to be changed or modified in the original house along with specifying what stays unchanged you develop a strategy for making the needed changes or modifications when we are dissatisfied with the status quo the temptation to just. Do something can be very hard to resist too often. People can't hold back. They do this or that and before they understand what is happening. Instead of things being better they are a mess are worse than they were before anything was done to improve change or prevent there is an additional factor. That is easily overlook. Usually we can't shut down things while we are improving changing or preventing with our families most organizations or other ongoing entities. We can't put things on hold even though we are dissatisfied with the status quo. There are continuing responsibilities. That require our attention even with remodeling a house. We may still need to live there while the remodeling is happening. We normally need to be sure that our activities directed to improving changing or preventing. Don't disrupt or destabilize. The status quo so much that things stop working or become dysfunctional. The requirement not to cause the status quo crash means that the order of intervention. And how rapidly it happens to be managed in relation to ensuring that the disruption in the status quo is also carefully managed. The simple idea is to cause as little harm or inconvenience as possible. Let's summarize what do you want to improve? Change or prevent specifically what elements will be changed or replaced. Once you have achieved what you want. What is your strategy for changing or replacing each of the elements? How will you assure minimal inconvenience or harm no matter what the scale of your leadership challenge is your task is to incorporate the four points in the order listed into your intervention there are no good alternatives or shortcuts? You will need to be sure that the necessary resources and expertise are there at each step along the way but the steps are always the same. And are not negotiable. Now you know so there you go.

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Dr. Gary Crow Presents AUDIO TIDBITS

01:32 min | 7 months ago

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A Conversation With Uli Lorimer of the Native Plant Trust

In Defense of Plants Podcast

08:45 min | 7 months ago

A Conversation With Uli Lorimer of the Native Plant Trust

"Early. Lur thank you so much for coming on the PODCAST. How about we start off with telling everyone a little bit about who you are. And what is you do? Sure thank you. Thank you for having me on. So I am currently the director for the culture for Garner the woods in Asami farm For Native Plant Trust and trusts was formerly known as New England. Wildflower Society But we recently rebranded and changed our name and so we are now nick plan. Trust still the same organization just to name right on. And have you always been playing person or is this something you kinda figured out later on Throughout your career education or life I think I'd like to think I've always been a plant person. I think I could trace my earliest influences back to my mother. And my grandmother who always had really amazing gardens My grandmother lived in Germany. And as a kid we used to visit quite a bit and I just really love being outside in the space and you know I didn't know it at the time that it would have such an influence on me and I grew up in Wilmington Delaware and we used to get along with gardens quite a bit and I so that was kind of like my backyard and almost two three times a month we would go visit and as a kid you kind of think of it as this place to kind of run around in the highlights were like the Koi pond you know not plants per se but definitely had an influence on me and then as I got older I began working some landscape nurseries and and kind of traditional and install crews in high school and then when I got to college I actually went to Ethica college believing that I wanted to get into sports medicine and I filled out my first semester utterly and spectacularly because I think I was probably just more excited to not be living at home anymore and not really not really mature enough to to know what I was doing and so then I came back to this idea that maybe you could make a career in horticulture and I went back to university of Delaware enrolled in the horticulture and botany program there and absolutely loved it and kind of set me on this path and I initially thought you know because of my experiences working landscaping. That's where I wanted to go that I wanted to be a landscaper that I wanna to have my own kind of Mon blow operation but having some exposure to some commercial and retail nurseries. I was kind of bored with the standard choice of plants. There's only like everybody was going the same one hundred plants and so I thought were can I learn about the greatest diversity of plants learn about where to get the really cool interesting things and then apply that to this design idea and so thought Public Gardens and Botanic Gardens where the obvious place and so I ended up at the national them in DC for year doing an internship there and then moved up to New York City and worked at Wave Hill for about five years as their woodland Gardner and you know this dream of being in commercial horticulture faded quickly as my eyes open to the you know the beauty and wonder of public arts and all of the amazing plants and things that in all the possibilities of working in that kind of context really was very attractive to me and you know the longer I stayed in public arden's a less interest ahead and going back to commercial horticulture and so that then sort of transitions in the way Phil was was Was the beginnings of focusing in narrowing down to work with native plants In that I was responsible for their woodland I spent a lot of time pulling invasive but didn't really have any concept of how to transition that into a functioning woodland garden And certainly not much of an understanding at that time of the college and and plank the plank community concept or even a real firm grasp of regionalism which is something that I think is really important and so had an opportunity. Then to switch over to Brooklyn Botanic Garden and was hired as their curator of Native Flora and spent fourteen years there in that role. And that's where my approach in my focus in my understanding Really sort of blossomed. And where you know my current ideas about trying to connect field botany with public horticulture really crystallized thanks in part In a large part to the fact that there was an act of Science Department at Brooklyn Botanic at the time and A group of really wonderful botanist and taxonomic who had the patience to mentor me and that and allowed me to approach this horticultural work in the sense of saying well if I can go see plants in the wild and a natural spaces then I can get all this kind of good cultural information about you know the conditions that they grow in what sort of plant associations communities to they exist in and the more. I began to do that the more. I was intrigued by these questions of patterns and processes on the landscape and then I realized that that understanding ends up being incredibly valuable for a gardeners to understand how plants may or may not behave in cultivation and kind of get a better sense of how to plan out You know on garden wide landscaped scale plantings that that really embody these ideas of ecological value and aesthetics and sense of place. And you know sort of taking that inspiration of of seeing natural communities in and trying to translate that in a way into a designed public art in context so that work was really fantastic and getting to work with with those botanists. And you know at the time. I was just amazed that there were people who could identify any scrap of a plant. That you can link to them that you know you. Could you could open up a leasing cronquist manual and say I want to see this plant and they'd be like okay next week. We're going to go to field trip and I can take to it just like blew my mind that like that level of detail and understanding was that out there and through that partnership and Mentorship I was exposed to the New Jersey. Pine Barrens By one of One of the directors of sides at the time there named Dr Gary Moore through grew up down there and you know arguably one of the most knowledgeable about pine barrens. They exist today and so that really kind of began. The love affair of that particular landscape and at Brooklyn Botanic Garden about at this stage may be about eight years ago. The card leadership undertook this process of expanding. The data plan collection and the decision was made to focus primarily on pine barrens habitats and coastal plain grasslands as these were really sun-loving communities that had suffered in a hundred year old woodland garden with closed. Canopy we also made the decision because of the background and expertise of the Science Department at the time that we would source all the plants from the wild we would collect seed from known locations as locally as possible and grow all those plants and put them together Into this you know expanded new collection and so that was something that I was fortunate. Enough to be very intimately involved in Seed collecting over five six years to target the about one hundred fifty species that were new to the collection that we wanted to grow and all of the sort of fun and frustrations and challenges. Go with Trying to find enough seed and timing of collections and then you know the challenges of unlocking some of the propagation issues for some of these plants that had not been you know they're not international nursery horticulture at the stage and so I kind of felt it was neat because we were pushing the boundaries of the kinds of things that you could grow in public gardens exposing the public to plants that they were unfamiliar with but that really charismatic and then also again trying to emphasize the value of preserving those plants and habitats in C- to as as being one of the core messages of this kind of garden so a really wonderful experience. And like I said it really kind of began to crystallize for me. The the approach of what I'd like to a larger sense call regionalism. Which is this idea of like deciding that you wanna work within the boundaries of eka regions or physiology physio graphic provinces and. That's what should motivate your decisions about. What kind of plants are appropriate for Native Plant Garden and with it? All the benefits of local adaptations genetic diversity and biodiversity and showing that there are lots of plants that you can welcome into your garden from the wild and have a garden that is ecologically functioning primarily and aesthetic and just good for for humans and for all forms of

Brooklyn Botanic Garden Director Native Plant Garden Science Department Botanic Gardens Asami Farm For Native Plant Tr LUR Germany Brooklyn Botanic Nick Plan Wilmington New Jersey Delaware New England University Of Delaware Native Flora New York City Ethica
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Dr. Gary Crow Presents AUDIO TIDBITS

01:51 min | 7 months ago

"dr gary" Discussed on Dr. Gary Crow Presents AUDIO TIDBITS

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04:34 min | 7 months ago

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Four New Jersey cruise ship passengers hospitalized for coronavirus screening

KCBS Radio Midday News

04:11 min | 8 months ago

Four New Jersey cruise ship passengers hospitalized for coronavirus screening

"The corona virus crisis is growing as more cruise ships are quarantined over infection fears one ship in Japan now has sixty one confirmed cases including nine Americans this morning a ship came into port in New Jersey with at least a dozen passengers showing coronavirus symptoms and for more on what it takes to mass quarantine a cruise ship we're joined live on the KCBS ring central news line by Dr Gary Simon director of the division of infectious diseases and a professor of medicine at the George Washington University School of medicine and health sciences thanks so much for being with us this morning thank you so how does disease spread through a cruise ship how is this different than say a big city well it's a very small city to a small town people in close contact so it's a relatively easier to spread and when people in contact with one another expressed by aerosol or droplets there in close contact with one another the only way you can prevent that if you keep everybody separated and this is a very small area with a lot of people how do you manage to do that on a cruise ship very difficult even certainly keep people in their rooms serving a lockdown type of procedure but I don't know how practical that will be in the long run I'm also they have to eat to right I mean you're you're sharing I mean the coronavirus at this point what what do we know about how it spreads specifically it's it's a human contact it's respiratory so can you get it from a sharing space I mean are of a physical like if I touch something and I have corona virus in the next person touches something can they get it that way probably in the same way that we get we get cold now that doesn't mean you can touch something somebody touch within a day later but you know shortly there after so somebody touches it spread that way but but the the food I would have to be delivered DC's persons room I mean a big buffet it would would be relatively easy to spread so what can travelers do to protect themselves on ships the corn cruises I was thinking about was on the ship might be looking for the next light about start paddling should so not a good answer short of being cakes staying in their own rooms obviously washing their hands all the time there's really not much what one can do in that setting I whether they should unload the whole ship and put them into an armory or how you know hotel but I don't think that's practical either it's a big problem in that regard the only thing you can do is really isolate people and quarantine them and the problem if we set up a quarantine today let's say you say will point to them for fourteen days and two days later it is a new case well when do you stop the quarantine I guess you could stop it from the day the quarantine started but even that is probably somewhat iffy and looking at this the ship specifically the one off Japan that now has sixty one and it seems like every day the numbers just get bigger and bigger so how does it stop what a regulation and so if somebody was exposed before the quarantine was put into place they may get sick I mean don't think everybody who gets exposed get sick although we don't know what the actual tax rate is but at some point people have been quarantined long enough even if someone else who is in quarantine get sick they can be listed for the people who work quarantine the norovirus the gasto gastrointestinal type today is is this sort of unique this respiratory thing or is business something that happens on cruise ships all the time as well we just don't hear about or hearing about the corona virus well we we do know that you're successful virus the norovirus grows on cruise ships this is the same type of thing but Acer respiratory virus that's all is that Mrs in principle the only thing on a on a cruise ship with norovirus is you try actually people once again wash your hands and that sort of thing thank you so much for your insight even join other KCBS ring central news signed by doctor Gerrie Simon director of the division of infectious disease and professor of medicine at the George Washington University School of medicine and health

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Dr. Gary Crow Presents AUDIO TIDBITS

10:23 min | 8 months ago

"dr gary" Discussed on Dr. Gary Crow Presents AUDIO TIDBITS

"Funny entertaining. Of course. Yes for say. Tell us when I dropped into our local coffee shop. Several of my big gusting friends with deep into a conversation that had been going on for a while. I'm not sure how they got onto the topic. They would tell seeing around but they seem to have some strong ideas that I found pretty interesting as best I can tell. The conversation is focusing on how they think copying their style. Game could or should work. They were so into it that I didn't want to interrupt so I just listened in. Please join me and we can listen together. I agree that sticking up for yourself and your interest is indeed the way to go but only so long as you make every reasonable effort to avoid injuring other people and their interests pursuing your self interest in ways that prevent others from pursuing. Their interests is problematic reaching goals in ways that make it impossible for other people to reach their goals should be avoided whenever possible as Euripides observed joy undertaking stand a better chance when they benefit both sides. You have a good point. Although it's also important to be firm and decisive and definitely not wishy washy. The trick is to be neither rigid nor inflexible. Rather try to be open receptive and accommodating while remaining clear and steady about your views opinions ideas intentions and believes. That's true so long as you were bending over backward to avoid offending people at the same time you don't want to push to the point you were unnecessarily irritating offending people. The real style points. Come when you maintain a calm pleasant demeanor and people generally see it was easy to work with into be around nonetheless. You can Junie the hang tough pursue your interests in a search. Your positions people may occasionally be offended or irritated. Generally they are comfortable with you. The result is that your time energy and attention are fully available not absorbed by trying to cater to or placate others offered by needing to kneel with others being avoidably upset or hostile. That could be easier said than done. I think it starts with not taking things personally. Of course occasionally things are intended to be personal and should be taken personally normally though you have to separate the event from the motivations of the people even though the event may have a negative effect for you and as hard as it is sometimes it seldom means that anyone intended that affect specifically for you the payoff for you. It's twofold I you accurately understand what happened second. You are more likely to accurately understand why it happens away at did avoiding inaccurate and complex motivation based explanations can enable you to focus your attention on those circumstances that most likely account for what actually happened is another relevant that adds to how hot it is at times to stick to the hierarchy. There are those people who negative about everything and everyone to unpredictably negative about phase. You can't tell winnow with is going to be in a snippet about something or someone. That's definitely not a style that helps any of us. None of us is always okay with everything and everyone but the few things and people about whom we are negative clearly known and predictable there a few surprises. You're definitely right about that. There's a real advantage to being generally positive and predictably negative negatively is energy draining and can easily fog your mind. Being mostly positive avoids the downside of being negative beyond that knowing when and with people and circumstances prompt negatively for us lessons the emotional drain and makes it easier for us to manage the bad vibes so as to minimize the bad affect on our mood and attitude. We all know that the emotional cost of negativity is too high to tolerate in ourselves. Beyond that which just can't be avoided I think there is another factor that can sometimes come off as negatively. I work hard to be less uptight and nervous but get the feeling that it comes across as negatively at times. I am getting better at managing my anxiety stress and fear failure. I think it is at least partly due to my getting in touch with interesting. My intuition I have learned to expect insights and understanding that will enable me to deal with most any people or situations that need my attention and management. I am getting better at trusting my conscious skills and knowledge while also relying on my intuition and capacity to hang in there and deal with whatever comes along even so it's still a struggle. I suspect we are in that. To some extent I tried to deal smoothly with the ups and downs of live by. No that isn't true for a lot of people. Many if not most people generally reflect the state of their personal woes but I tried to not be simply along when things are going well. People are more positive and energetic when they worlds are in a downturn they are more irritable and anxious for some people. This past is not so evident. They seem unaffected by the fluctuations. I'm thinking that this is because they are two separate events from the reaction or response to them. At least I figured at the to let myself be pulled up and down by what is happening around me. Consumes Unproductive Energy and attention diminishes my capacity to Lafayette actively. With whatever is happening. I'm not there yet but I'm working on it. It's not something that I've mastered yet but I think it works something like this. You maintain a consistent level of energy and involvement with people and activities. You know that your effectiveness depends on continuous attention to and focus on people activities and the environment. This requires a flow of energy. That does not fluctuate much. For this reason. You don't expend either too much or too little energy. You don't have high and low days this requires that you don't get pulled into rushing and frenetic activity or full down by stress negatively and exhaustion your resulting steadiness and predictability are then hallmarks of your approach to virtually every person and situation you encounter. They're still a big gap between knowing 'em doing for me but I'm working on it too. I think it has something to do with not bending over backward to avoid offending people while at the same time not unnecessarily irritating or offending people. It seems to me that it probably starts with maintaining a calm pleasant demeanor. If you can pull it off people will generally see you as easy to work with them to be around. At the same time you still hanging tough persevere. Interests and as surgeon positions people may occasionally be offended on your edited by generally. They are comfortable with you. The result is that your time energy and attention are fully available and nodded sobbed by trying to cater to or coty others or by needing to deal with others being avoidably upset or hostile. It seems like a balancing act for samed but we likely all know a person or two that pulls it off at this point. I'm just adding to the list of things still working on. I'm adding that one to the list of things I'm still working on. I think the Few Saints Who Have Mastered That Balancing Act also mastered seldom taking things personally. Sure occasionally things are intended to be personal and should be taken personally normally. They are able to separate the event from the motivations of the people even though the event may have a negative effect for them. They understand that this seldom means that anyone intended specifically for them the payoff for them to phone. I they accurately understand what happened second. They are more likely to accurately understand why it happened the way it did avoiding inaccurate and complex motivation based explanations enables them to focus maximum attention on those circumstances that most likely account for what actually happened who knew jumping on the high road and staying. There was so complicated as someone said. All we need to do is to do whatever we do with style all the time on purpose. Speaking of easier said than done just so we remember that. It's not too much. There is one area where I feel like. I've been making some progress. I think I'm getting better at making decisions quickly and unambiguously this does not suggest that my decision making his either repulsive or real considered for the most part might decisions are based on thorough analysis and comprehension the keys that the analysis and comprehension of fully informed by experience and supported by my intuition and judgement that and I have discovered of themselves fairly quick accurate and reliable frequently. This means that I'm not able to provide adequate explanations for decisions. When Bam night such explanations only become a viable retrospectively as time is available to reconstruct my intuitive processes at a conscious level watching the same idea a little differently. I'm learning to trust my judgments and instincts instead of regularly. Second guessing myself. Unfortunately the conversation cuts off here. My friends continued talking but this is where someone else joined them on the topic rather abruptly shifted to the weather and the Super Bowl. I doubt that you would find that very interesting even so thanks for joining me. Listen in for awhile. Perhaps we will have a chance to get together again very soon. Farney entertaining ardy. Of course abstract say you tell us any trimming?.

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Parents think teens spend too much time playing video games

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

01:07 min | 9 months ago

Parents think teens spend too much time playing video games

"Eleven many teenagers enjoy playing their video games but what about the parents WSJ health reporter Dr DHEA lights are research a talk with researcher Dr Gary free from the university of Michigan about a new poll we found that twice as many parents say their teen boys play video games every day compared to teen girls around forty one percent of parents of teen boys say they play video games every day and only around twenty percent of teen girls and also that parents of teen boys said that they were more likely than those parents of teen girls to spend three or more hours gaming and to play online against other opponents now that's important but it's also important to note that most parents in our poll agreed or strongly agreed that teens spend too much time playing video games almost nine and ten parents felt that way and the reason they do is because they're worried that the video games can get in the way of other aspects of the teen's life like family

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Nearly 9 in 10 parents say teens spend too much time gaming

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 9 months ago

Nearly 9 in 10 parents say teens spend too much time gaming

"Do parents think about their teens playing video games most think they spent too much time gaming according to a national poll on children's health at the university of Michigan here's pediatrician and pole co director Dr Gary freed almost nine and ten parents felt that way and the reason they do is because they're worried that the video games can get in the way of other aspects of the team's life like family activities or sleep or homework twice as many parents say their teen boy plays video games every day compared to the parents of teen girls teen boys are also more likely to spend three or more hours a day

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'You'll shoot your eye out!' Eye injuries from paintball and BB guns are on the rise

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:51 sec | 11 months ago

'You'll shoot your eye out!' Eye injuries from paintball and BB guns are on the rise

"A lot of children use paintball and airsoft guns but these are not harmless toys W. W. J. health reporter Dr D. analytes has details from a new report the report from nationwide children's hospital looked at non powder firearm injuries injuries from BB palette paintball and airsoft guns in children under eighteen over twenty five year period well there was an overall decrease in injuries there was an increase in eye injuries researcher Dr Gary Smith injuries associated with our eyes increased during that same time period by about thirty percent researchers say to prevent an injury children and parents need education regarding proper supervision firearm handling and the use of protective eyewear from the delta dental health desk Dr D. analytes WWJ newsradio nine

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"dr gary" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

06:50 min | 11 months ago

"dr gary" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

"Dr Gary Chapman is our teacher tonight. He's the man who says that he has discovered averred the secret to lasting love. I gotTa say my staff has been telling me about the five love languages for years. I've seen it over and over on the best sellers colors list and I just want to jump right in. So where does this whole idea. Come from counseling probably for fifteen years and I knew I was during the same stories over and over marriage. Counseling marriage counseling and over and over again one would say I feel like my spouse doesn't love me and the other would say I don't know why I do this and this and this. Why don't they feel loved? And I knew there was a pattern what it was so what I did was go through twelve years years of notes that I made when I was counseling and I asked myself the question when someone said I feel like my spouse doesn't love me what did wont what were they complaining about. And their answers fell in five categories and I later called them. The five love languages audiences split down the middle half have read. Dr Chapman's book and say that their marriages and relationships have never been hotter healthier or happier. And the other half of you not so much here. Okay we're GONNA try to heat it up but you're here for help and that's a good thing all right tonight. Show is for everyone not just for couples whether you're married or single young old inbetween Wayne. Dr Chapman says knowing your love language and this is really good for people who are looking for love and looking for love and all the wrong places and can't find it but knowing your love language can transform ends form every relationship in your life okay. Dr Chapman run US through the five. Love languages okay. Ready you already ready. One of them is words words of affirmation using words to affirm the person you look Nice in that outfit. Okay words another is quality time giving me your undivided later detention. not talking about necessarily talking to each other but doing something together and we are the focus. You're my focus this quality time then. There's receiving gifts universal to receive gifts as an expression of love. The gift says he was thinking about me. Look what he got for me. Acts Acts of service doing something for the other person in a marriage such things as washing dishes and vacuuming floors and those kind of things Physical touch we've long known the emotional national power of physical touch powerful communicator of emotional of those are the five. Those are the five now everybody in our audience already knows their love language. You can find find out your love language by taking Dr Chapman Quiz online or in his book. Of course I found out my love. Languages were devoured formation. So tell us more about that one. That seems real easy all you got. That's why I think it doesn't take a whole lot easier for some low maintenance. I do believe for some people but it is difficult for others. If you grew up in a home where you seldom heard positive words. Now you get to be an adult and you find out that your spouse are our our friend of yours words is. They're laying their primary language. It'll be difficult. Y- it's a learning curve and what I suggest to people is that you get a notebook you write down things you hear other people say are things you read in a magazine stand in front of the mirror. Read them out loud until you hear yourself saying saying these things then walk in the room where they are and site one of them and run broken silence so Dr Chapman says the number one thing he hears from couples on the brink is that the spark is gone and they feel like roommates. We took a poll on FACEBOOK DOT COM asking. How many of you feel more like roommates than a married couple? Oh Lord it was so sad pitiful here the results sixty percent feel like they are living as Roommates Christina and her husband Brad are here and they've been together ten years say they. I feel like roommates. Yeah we do. We feel like I feel like that. The spark has gone John. I feel like it wasn't what it was like in the beginning to the outside world this perfect relationship and you know we drive Nice Nice cars and we do nice vacations and but in our four walls. We're like you know that fifteen minutes passing. Go when we only communicate when it's about the children and I feel like he has a hard time communicating to me sharing his feelings so then he can't do that so then I get angry and then he clams up and I get even angrier or you know one of the things I think you're experiencing first of all a very common thing when we come down off the high of the in love experience which didn't take any effort at all and if we don't don't know each other's love language what happens is the love tank gets empty. Neither of US really feel loved. The difference is get bigger. We end up arguing with each other and without resolving anything and after a while we're asking why do we get married. We don't even like each other and identify with that because in the early years. Here's a marriage. My wife and I went through that same sort of scenario because we had no concept of the love languages in those days. Tell me about the love tank. A lot about it and find the love tank is is a picture. You know the gasoline tank in the car. If it's empty the car is not going to move and the same thing is true and I like to picture inside of us. There's an emotional love tank. If the tank Anka's full that is we genuinely feel loved. Then life is beautiful if the love tank is empty and we don't feel Life against look pretty dark and the differences his get bigger so I think you know the key in terms of how this particular insight could help if you understand that her language is words of affirmation. And you're going to look for things that you do see positive in her and you're GonNa verbalize that to her that's GonNa make her feel a lot better because she's hearing some positive. Thanks coming from you and what I hear him. Saying is languages quality time that means he wants to talk with you. He wants to be with you but not always discussing. cussing the problems on the conflicts. Can't we just sit down and have a good conversation about something that's positive in life and the more you can give him undivided attention. The more he's going to feel by you when both of you feel loved if the love tank is full it's much easier to solve the conflicts that that exists. This between the two of you every couple has conflicts some learn to resolve them in some..

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More Women Are Using Pot During Pregnancy. Here's One Reason Why.

24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

More Women Are Using Pot During Pregnancy. Here's One Reason Why.

"For help. WWE. Health reporter Dr Dianna lights has the details of a new study data for more than two hundred thousand pregnant women in northern California between two thousand nine through two thousand sixteen found that women with severe nausea and vomiting were four times more likely to use marijuana compared to pregnant women. Without. Morning sickness Dr Mark Warner is an obstetrician at Beaumont hospital and, in west Bloomfield there's no evidence that. Marijuana is safe and when you think about it affects people's brains and, it is smoking we know the effects of, smoking and pregnancy which is a smaller baby decrease Blitzer by to the baby national guidelines

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New invasive tick species, the longhorn, confirmed in 7 states

Roy Masters

06:24 min | 2 years ago

New invasive tick species, the longhorn, confirmed in 7 states

"Ticks ticks and insects. In general are steadily. Spreading across the United States and causing more disease aided by an ever, warmer climate if that's. Not bad enough though it's almost certain that in invasive species of tick newly discovered? Last, year has firmly established itself in America, as its home and this tick is potentially, capable of causing even more frightening illnesses the Asian long horned tick has, now been spotted. In seven. States mostly along the east coast according to the New York, Times it was first discovered on a pet sheep in New Jersey last summer and had been seen this summer in Arkansas North. Carolina New. York Virginia in West Virginia just last week cut Slovenia became the latest state to report this tick citing let's check in of course with Dr Gary, Ridenour Gary how, bad is. A tick bite or what's so bad about a tick well the. Thing is with a tickets, is that This species that we're talking about about fifty of them can, sit on, the head, of a dime that's. How small they are. So you don't really see them until they're gorge with. Blood but they can carry things like most other, ticks, other families can carry the Rocky Mountain fever lime disease Colorado tick fever? Something, called Tula re meal and in eastern Asia Addictive carries, a virus that causes complete organ. Failure and, humans now we're we're you know this planets four and a half. Billion years old and, they're talking about a brand, new species a tick, we're in the heck did it come from well, picks came around about one hundred million years ago and there's a ton of insects out there that we've not identified you. Know it may not be a, newcomer in fact, this tick has been found in, amber seventy five million years ago she's so he's, a he's not a new boy but like, you said they're invasive and some? Of the females are asexual which means they have. Male and female organs and can produce their. Own eggs without having a meal around self replicating indeed now in this in this case with the. Tick if if you find. A tick whether it's this Asian Longhorn or any other tech, if you find a tick on your body how. Do you get it off first thing to, do is, use some fine, tweezers you place it the tweezers close to this Skin covering as much of the head as. You can, get and then pull it straight. Out make, sure that the head in the pincers are not left behind in. The skin and then, wash the skin and maybe, put some antibiotic cream,

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Single concussion can raise risk for Parkinson's disease

24 Hour News

02:14 min | 2 years ago

Single concussion can raise risk for Parkinson's disease

"Is sponsored by board nursery clinton township at this hour is thirty eight degrees a single concussion could increase your risk of parkinson's disease according to some new research here's our health reporter dr deanna like researchers from the university of california found that people who have been diagnosed with a concussion have about a sixty percent increase risk for parkinson's the study involved more than three hundred thousand us veterans although the majority of injuries did not occur while in the military the result of this study may have important implications for the general public including young athletes dr gary truck is a neurologist in concussion expert at beaumont hospital is so good answer for parents i mean how does he have could quit they have you take him out of play and followed the right protocol but who's to say that two or three head injuries isn't could increase the risk for if some neurological probably later life dr dianna lights w w j newsradio nine fifty cop hit the wrong house breaks man's ribs and a lawsuit gets the okay ww jay's jim matthews explains a federal appeals court says a jury could reasonably conclude that sergeant jacob pifer valente wake county sheriff's department used excessive force against ralph pelton in two thousand fifteen pifer and another officer were investigating a report of domestic violence involving a gun belt and pulled his arm away from pifer while confronting the officers on his front porch that's when the three hundred twenty pounds sergeant pifer tackled pelton breaking his pelvis and ribs belton was an armed and it turned out the officers were at the wrong address they said they were relying on information from an informant in an emergency jim matthews wwe newsradio nine fifty well the fans stanford well we'll find out tonight as rockstar jack white performs as i detroit concert where ten dis at little caesars arena be required to keep their smartphones locked up during the performance are keeps them back home or in their cars artists including jack wide have been pushing back against fans who seemed to pay more attention to their phones than the act on stage if you take your smartphone you'll have to have it locked in a pouch that can be carried into the arena but can only be unlocked at a designated area after.

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