19 Burst results for "Dracaena"
"dracaena" Discussed on Your Gardening Questions
"Collins. Says i have a. That's about a year old. It sits in a south facing window. I've started to notice clusters of black spots on the leaves. They don't rub off so. I don't think it's mildew i only wanted to plant when it's dry and the pot appears to be well drained. Do you have any ideas. Well i have an idea now. And that's all it is at this point not being able to see the leaves and him checking to to see if there's a fungus on them there still could be a fumble type of disease in those leaves. It could be that it is simply getting too much sun <hes>. Amplified by the glass as a matter of fact in that south window <hes>. You might try and moving to a spot where it would still get light from that south window but not not the plant would be to the side of the light pattern. That would be one of the things you're seeing is usually <hes>. Except for us. He said he waters only when it's necessary and and that is the best way to handle those <hes>. I know they can be killed quickly by over watering pot that doesn't have a drain or simply watering too often. And so on <hes>. South window seems to be one of the things to be careful. And as i'm speaking of that. I'm thinking about where i have seen her sina and <hes>. I'm i'm thinking of a couple of situations where they the plant had never been turned and they. I don't know how they were but they had literally leaned toward the window. And we're leaning against it and i think in this case it was an east window so it'll be just morning sun but it was the craziest looking and it had literally taken a nosedive over onto the window now beyond that then <hes>. If he is where he could get the plant checked out. Take a leaf for two to a garden center where there are experienced people there and have them check to see. If it looks like it is indeed a fumble body and that wouldn't wipe off in many times leaf. We'll have fungal parts between the upper and lower layer and so on but i i have a hunch that it might be the direct south exposure. So maybe stay in that same room but just move out of the direct sun pattern. I that's about the only thing. I know telecom. 'cause sounds like he's doing everything else right and <hes> they're a plant can can age gently <hes>. So <hes> i'd say give it a try.
What to do about black spots on my Dracaena?
"Collins. Says i have a. That's about a year old. It sits in a south facing window. I've started to notice clusters of black spots on the leaves. They don't rub off so. I don't think it's mildew i only wanted to plant when it's dry and the pot appears to be well drained. Do you have any ideas. Well i have an idea now. And that's all it is at this point not being able to see the leaves and him checking to to see if there's a fungus on them there still could be a fumble type of disease in those leaves. It could be that it is simply getting too much sun Amplified by the glass as a matter of fact in that south window You might try and moving to a spot where it would still get light from that south window but not not the plant would be to the side of the light pattern. That would be one of the things you're seeing is usually Except for us. He said he waters only when it's necessary and and that is the best way to handle those I know they can be killed quickly by over watering pot that doesn't have a drain or simply watering too often. And so on South window seems to be one of the things to be careful. And as i'm speaking of that. I'm thinking about where i have seen her sina and I'm i'm thinking of a couple of situations where they the plant had never been turned and they. I don't know how they were but they had literally leaned toward the window. And we're leaning against it and i think in this case it was an east window so it'll be just morning sun but it was the craziest looking and it had literally taken a nosedive over onto the window now beyond that then If he is where he could get the plant checked out. Take a leaf for two to a garden center where there are experienced people there and have them check to see. If it looks like it is indeed a fumble body and that wouldn't wipe off in many times leaf. We'll have fungal parts between the upper and lower layer and so on but i i have a hunch that it might be the direct south exposure. So maybe stay in that same room but just move out of the direct sun pattern. I that's about the only thing. I know telecom. 'cause sounds like he's doing everything else right and they're a plant can can age gently So i'd say give it a try.
"dracaena" Discussed on The Outliers
"You know <hes> you know mentally unstable and he has a lot of good like you know <hes> the comics stills that people have shared on the internet where the panels that you've you've sent me yeah the panels. You know he's dislike yellow. You're a fucking nerd. If you never punched aware wolf in the face you know and you know and you know how he's like. I know you hear dracaena big fucking nerd money. The best one is the one with frank castle. That's the best one i've seen yeah. Were there insulting holding each other like back and forth yeah but it's totally know that their homes because he's like hey what's up. Mark still crazy little bit. How you doing frank still killing people little bit yeah like house. You're still believing that crazy god or whatever and he's like you know how's your family you know great panels but i've before they even announced that i heard a lot of good things about moonlight comics so y- moonlights really good so people just check out moon nine for sure <hes> <hes> a lot of good stuff he's been around for a while so it's nice that he's finally going to get a break and i mean they could do so much with an he can bring in some other characters too because he always not always but he's teamed up a lot with like punisher daredevil or luke cage so yeah yeah he's. He's like one of those street levels even spiderman. He's a street level. He's a street level new york character in marvel <hes> frequently compared hard to batman like marvel's batman yeah he can. I mean he can be with she hulk. You know honestly it's team at some point so i i know they have their own shows but you know they wanted to team up. You know have them team up the definitely could but we'll see what happens i mean we kind of like like mentioned some of the news that we were not around for we could just like mentioned real quick and we don't even have we do this so much man. It's like marvel was part of the d._n._a. Of the outlier so it's like oh yeah there's news. It's not big news. The big news i would say like out of all the announcement for marvel surprisingly enough the the shows which was mu night she hulk and and <hes> ms marvel that's co kamala khan marvel ms marvel and then like the biggest news was spider-man's out of the e._m._c. you so you know those are that's the model news that we our destiny twenty-three news. I mean he's like he dipped..
"dracaena" Discussed on X96
"I should've thought of a way to our I should have, you know, like shared this on Twitter. Maybe I will in a minute because not everybody's going to be able to see this picture of Cuba, Gooding junior, he's going to plead, not guilty to groping a woman at a bar, and I don't know if we haven't at exit ninety six dot com slash and there's a picture of him being scored it to jail by a four three men in suits and he's got a look on his face like now. No. I don't give a damn about any of this. Look, it's like yeah, whatever he's just looks. But apparently now, there is in fact video video controversial evidence. Other is yeah, the, the prosecutor saying, no look there, the, your said that there was no evidence. Yeah. This. The fifty one year old Oscar winning star of Jerry. Maguire show me the money yet. His that was the thing he is most famous. Yep. And snow dogs. Yeah. And he was in Pearl Harbor and something else. He denies the allegations, of course. And his lawyer says he will plead not guilty to the misdemeanor groping charge, Gooding smiled, and wave as he walked into the police station where he was fingerprinted. And a mug shot was taken. He was led out in handcuffs in the afternoon was expected to be arraigned later in the day. His lawyer, Mark Heller said security video for magic our rooftop bar lowered showed not the slightest until of inappropriate conduct. But that's not what the prosecutors say they say that there's plenty of evidence, so we'll see what happens to good, and Winona Ryder. These days, you doesn't have many claims to fame anymore. She was she was in Beetlejuice. And then she, she's she shrieks her way through stranger things. I don't you know, I watched the first season of stranger things. All the way through, and I enjoyed it and except for her shrieking. That's that was pretty much. She was this one hill. There's Trump was this one. No treater. And then I started to watch the second season nine to know just sort of fell apart for me. I didn't I didn't finish it. I didn't care that much, and has now this is going to be the third one. Yeah. Okay. Anyway. So, you know, she but she's trying to do anything she can to make sure that you remember her. Sure. So she's not letting anybody forget that she's married to Kano Reeves. They are husband and wife, pardon me. Yeah. She's revealed that when the actors filmed a wedding scene in the nineteen while sometime in the nineties movie, the guardian, they actually did get married. Do you see it was an actual priest who performed an actual actual ceremony in the film? And so she says where we're married been married since then. Craze when chatting with Hough. Certificate Kiana Reeve said once in a while, I'll get a tax. It says. Hello, husband from pneumonia Ryder. I didn't really believe, or, and then Francis Ford Coppola, who directed the who directed Dracula. Dracaena contacted Winona. Oh, that's right. They were both in that. And publicly said, yeah. That's what really happened. The priesthood a full ceremony and Winona. I got married unless you signs thing. It's not. Yeah. Awesome. He said he doesn't mind, I'm glad to be married. You're okay. All right. So let's move on to some news. Yeah, I don't know why it said the guardian. No, it's accurate. The first mention it said the guardian newspaper. She said it in the guard area. That's what happened. All right. Yeah. The movie was directly. She was meaner. Yes. She was in a bad version of dracaena. Yeah. It was sirloin Bolivia hamming his way through. Oland. Yes. And it was so Lawrence, Vivier hamming his way through the van Helsing part. Gary Oldman was dracaena and Laurence. Olivier, I believe was the I think I remember terrible. It was a terrible movie, I saw a couple of times, so, so who's gonna grow Utah's medical marijuana me. I wish carry my wish Carey has farmland. Would you like to shout out some other things Katie? Okay. Keep going Gina's so exciting. The remains unknown as a July one license application deadline. Looms state officials leading medical marijuana licensed process said this week that they will not release the names of applicants right now but will likely make application information public as soon as the licenses are awarded in July. I don't know what this they will likely make them public. If is a matter of public record that if you're if you're getting a license to do it, you're being licensed by the state. I don't think that's something you really can legally keep the state can legally keep private in the latest development in the high stakes affair where local farmers and state officials wrestle with how to grow a new crop of cannabis in a heavily regulated environment. The popularity of medicine pot is rising as more states. Legalize it with potential politically conservative state such as Utah and Oklahoma among the most recent additions. There are now thirty three states where medical marijuana is legal. And at least one point four million people are patients nationwide. And I just read, I don't have the other story right in front of me. But I think of Colorado says since they have legalized marijuana both recreationally and medicinally. They have made this just the state has made a billion dollars one billion dollars state has made in revenue from regulating what that could do. Yeah. Did you look it up? Anthony Hopkins wasn't. Yup. I think as long dead when that movie was made criminal. I don't think he was. But die, I'll he was because he did drag drag. It was ninety to look it up a kayaker has drowned in the Jordan river unified police said a man drowned in the Jordan while backing yesterday unified police detective Ken Hansen said to kayakers were heading north on the Jordan river when one of them, went over a spillway to south of forty five hundred south he went over the spillway flipped him into the water and then that water coming off the spillway, trapped him and kept him trapped under the waters. And it's the friends his friends worked really hard to pull him out and turn the kayak over, because once you're in those, you're sort of stuck in a lot of time and the rivers are running really high right now, handsome said the man's friend, worked hard to pull the back out of the water. The friend began CPR unified fire thorny unified police responded, but they just couldn't they couldn't bring him couldn't bring him back. He was wearing a life jacket, but it wasn't enough to save him when if hold you under the water turns over and then at the water Laurence Olivier died in nineteen eighty nine. Dead by before. Salt Lake City mayor of debate will happen, all eight of the candidates for Salt Lake City. Mayor will be allowed to participate not well Harrison. Yeah, he's not going to see left. He left them. Participate in the bait debate later this month, a concession by organizers that because there were plans that they were going to have only the top four, but there's like and all, but the talk four said, no, that's not fair. You all of us should debate. I think they're eight. That's what everybody has to say. Polling release Thursday by the alliance for a better Utah, co-sponsors of the debate show. Former state Senator Jim tobacco's as the clear front runner with twenty seven percent support, also Senator lose Esca Mia who is still in the Senate came in second at ten percent. All the Jim tobacco said, you know, that poll shows me the main, it's probably wrong. He said he said, I, I, I'm encouraged by the results, but, you know, I don't think it's really that accurate, probably not the pro jam he says, I'm confident that I am behind every single day knowing that I'd better knock on every door and get every get every neighborhood and stay out as late, as I can the Democrats announce the debate for the national democratic committee on Thursday, said that twenty candidates qualified for the party's first presidential debates later this month. Montana governor, Steve Bullock, and US Representative Seth Moulton of Massachusetts, where the only candidates out of the two dozen democratic hopefuls who fail to meet the polling or grassroots fundraising measures required to get a debate spot. So they set some kind of a bar of where you are in the polls or how much money you've raised or combination of both. So only two people didn't qualify a US, Senator, Michael, Bennet of Colorado, and New York, mayor build, the Blasi. Oh, who had recently had been on the bubble? Both made the debate based on polling measures the it's the people of New York don't really care for that much for build the Blasi owning more. So let's run for president, then. Okay. Yeah, good. I think that will go anywhere. No. Donald trump. You've heard this. I'm sure by now but he said that the special counsel report supposed to put Russia in his rear view mirror, but with some off the cuff remarks in the Oval Office, he has thrust his relationship with Moscow back into the debate over the future of his presidency, his defiant declaration that I take it if Russia again, offered campaign help and his assertion that he would not necessarily tell the FBI about it drew condemnation from all the Democrats and a few Republicans. But the key guys McConnell back and him all the way. Of course, I saw that ferret faced. Jason chafe. It's on FOX defending it. And the way he defends President Trump's remarks are by attacking Hillary Clinton. Listen Hillary Clinton Hillary Clinton. She RIC Linton. Hillary Clinton is what she did Hillary Clinton Hillary Clinton hill. And here's the thing about all of this. I know it's cliche to say if Obama did it right. But it's also a very important way to reset your thoughts on what's really going on. Because we numbed us yet he's to it. He we're now after two and a half years thinking this is normal. Now it's not normal, and it's crazy. And it's okay to say if Obama did it to help reset your brain craze, you don't even have CEO Bala anybody if anybody. So I'm getting tired of doing the news. So I'm going to do this instead. Twelve day on Sunday. And I saw this this, this is our suggestions for Instagram puns that you can do want or your dance to grand puns. Yeah. 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"dracaena" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Hollywood star diagnosed with HP cancer months after her husband learned he headed to what they're doing. So they're twelve year old twins won't follow in their parents footsteps. Join me Wendy, bell two to six. In case you haven't heard this is a big weekend in downtown Pittsburgh. The dollar Bank three rivers arts festival kicks off. It is also pride weekend here in Pittsburgh. So a lot of people don't really get the magnitude of why it's important, why people participate and why it matters to people. But we have we have a celebrity today on the line, a kasha L van Cartier, I guess, is, is your stage name, many people around the Pittsburgh area. No. You by that name, welcome to the show. Akasha. Thank you for having this morning. So talk to me about pride week. Why is this important specifically to members of the LGBTQ community? Specific the important to us in our community, because we get an opportunity to display who we really are we get a chance to step out of our box and feel safe in public streets in public settings being who we are for a small period of time surrounded by our peers and our loved ones are allies and those who look out for us take care of us and encourage and inspire us to be better people on a daily basis. Now, when you say that the, the underlying message sounds like there are times that you don't feel safe being who you are. Where are we do face a lot of fears and a lot of troubles within the city limits, as well as within the world and you see nationally, that there is an issue between friends trends of visibility as well has GOP LGBT visibility and there are times where people can feel empowered to do something wrong, or evil towards because they don't understand the stance or because we don't mind up with him. But when it comes down to the bottom line is we are human, we do exist, and we do deserve the same rights images and everyone else here in America. So you've got several events coming up this weekend. I guess is that parade. One of the biggest events, yes, it'll be one of the largest parades that, you know, you'll see every year are we do have multiple phrase here in the city? We have the delta tried foundation, which would be having their parade on Sunday. And I believe that they will also be a people's try. Parade, which is an all inclusive parade will also be going on. But you do have many options in many varieties of ways to celebrate your tied within the city. Now I think I mentioned to you on the phone when we were talking yesterday about you coming on the show today that I had read a number of different articles that, you know, outlined things that straight people should not do if when they come out to pride celebrations. What would you put on that list? In my personal opinion. I would have to say, I welcome straight people and heterosexual people to do anything that they feel is necessary in order to celebrate our pride with us, because to me, it's not always about just day tried. It's about tried within yourself, pride with the community and pride with what she review to be on child of, who I am, as a male and female performer on, who I am, as an activist as well as a musician dancer. So there are no limits your pride. So I'd celebrate straight and had a respectable people just much celebrate ourselves. I just say you're going to come out come out and be up lifting hug. Somebody loves somebody show somebody that you appreciate them, because this is the short period of time that the LGBT punitively does get to display and sound tells on display. So I just want to show that a lot of heterosexual, people do have that same respect in that loved to be our allies into and see us strive through and make it. Now, here's the one thing, I don't know, kasha, and I apologize for not knowing. They. So I know about Toni Braxton tonight. I know about the parades. I know there's kind of like a pride fest, but there will be it's more than just fun. Correct. Like I understand that we places to get HIV testing and get information as more than just fun. Correct. Yes. Ma'am, I hate to correct you. Today is Friday, which names tonight will be the walk the moon concert. Oh, saturday. We'll be Toni Braxton on the main stage, but you can also catch with the people's pry, you'll be able to catch big. Who is a famous icon. There are lots of the central outreach wellness center will be. I'm sure UPN will have a booth you'll be able to get three HIV testing, you'll be able to get s testing as well as there will be educational boots. The Carnegie library, Pittsburgh, which one literary event for drag Queen story our mask year, so we will be back, and we will be reading will be spreading education, health and happiness. Wait a minute. I love that title, Tommy. What drag Queen re story hours, edit drag Queen story, our. Yes, I've currently been Madrid clean leading dracaena story hour at the Carnegie library of Pittsburgh name wrench for the past two years. Last year. We were fortunate enough to win the best of Pittsburgh's, literary events and this year we're going for the same so we do a hurry, education..
"dracaena" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Oh, yes. Yes. I was seven years old and the most incredible. A lot of experience I had is in Vallejo ship to non cold direct coal Cam to me. In June, twelfth two thousand twelve hundred a form of war during a solar eclipse, and since then he has literally changed my life. And if you think my prediction were correct before. You wanna see what I'm gonna give you in the next state? What's going to happen in the next few months? How far out do you? See Louis can go far. In time. Oh my God. All I have to do. Got the software that was designed specifically for me to look in translates got cosmic dignity was speaks to me through science and tell you what's going to happen. Continue right now. For example, November last November the the tail of the dragon moved into the topic on and for people born in January to reevaluate completely their partnerships. And that would be of course, Linda, and one of the reason why she has to move on forward stalls, offering her immoral. Alternatives the public. Yeah. Exactly. Now you deal with with the reptilians and the Conan's primarily what what are the differences between the two. Well, there is only too. Well. Extraterrestrials? You got minimum names that are available to classify. It was entities. You have the reptilians. Oh, what people call the reptilians? And then you have the Dirac Connie. The rep tutors troubling Thomas through black holes. They are looking for world. So to speak. Addicts pretty much like Putin with Hynix train or China island in the South Pacific because it's a strategic location for them the previous can only so by wasn't. They got your fears security war chaos, and one of the reasons why they created all religion and makes all languages to promote any all forms of discord on the other hand, the draw Connie from the constellation of the recall about flight, Drake. Always does that came into my life, sorta sticks to psychically those are the one who stimulates the mind of scientists to create a advanced technology that would help you hard to that will help you is. And and does it help to create a beautiful song of creates a beautiful painting? So the dracaena saw pretty much the gardeners of this world. Are they all cosmic conscious while the repetition thought evil entity? There are falling Enzo or what are classified in traditional religion, the devil evil to you. Are they out to destroy us? The reptilians. The earth is a priceless piece of property and it fits obey is their bases on. Please feel free toys recognize any a solo vehicle work the planets of which is ruled by perito the sign of Scorpio, which is the sod rules death trauma. The underworld the criminal world the dying and we brought in process. So there it's really really close as far as they are concerned to or are they do have also some colleagues a refueling station for the lack of would seem to Bermuda. Triangle? And the reptilians to use a very specific you Ronnie queens to calm and operates on his desk physical world, it's pretty much like somebody who has a pass to go someplace that. He has a specific time where you can stay always use the decisive under the ocean and you have a bowl of oxygen. You can only say that element time happens the same with the reptilian a wild Khania soluble to to affect humans affair on the local level. Holy. And they'll do I need to know very very progressive positive way because it is part of their agenda to make sure. The essence of who we all can be plugged on on minimum. The billions of all the world outside in the of the universe. Where does free will come into any of this Louis? Do we have that ability? You can only have we will issue have cost me consciousness. Small Cubano become peon of your stars and appealed of the reptilians while using your UCI UCI stand for unique service gelatin other favorite tools of the reptilians drugs Cole of religion, legal or illegal drugs. But that means also anti-depressant and one your under this entrance. You're not the same anymore, and they can conduct you doing stupid things even commit suicide. They also affect young moulders directly in the womb. And they manipulate the gene inside of the womb of an unconscious. Mother will abuse drugs. Smoke too much. What and that gave birth to down syndrome gay or lesbian phenomenon again again, nothing against lesbians because my best friends, also, gays and lesbians. They us. Money. Putting genes are giving a tremendous amount of distorted problems before during and even after you. Your one share with us because when we come back after the break deductor Torri is gonna give us some of his thoughts and predictions of things that'll happen in the immediate future. And then later on we'll take your questions with Dr Torri here on coast to coast AM. His website is linked up at coast to coast AM dot com. Have you been traveling watch Louis muschamp? I'm supposed to do in the five even Las Vegas. Just as a pilot TV show in Beverly Hills shocking people with my cosmic wisdom, and most of all I have a formidable UFO crews to do from the six to the thirteen San Diego to Mexico, and we have people like racial Dahlan, Travis Walton. Freeman. We have tremendous people. I mean the ship. I intend to talk everybody and show the real power Drako, which is going to change the life and consciousness of so many people that we'd be participating in this crew. All right, stay with us. Louis. We'll come back and chat more. We'll get somebody your predictions of the immediate future next. Always on your phone, then you'll be happy to.
"dracaena" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan
"You will not bite a burger better. Bubba statman. You've been back in your bubble. Okay. That's on that question. We are slept on the airwaves so long racing weekend. So stab, man. I don't want to spoil your scat, right? Yeah. But planning devil's advocate here and saying, well, it's just what we're going to get when you have a race like the Daytona five hundred weather. It's one-two-three dudes. It shouldn't be at a damn stockcar. Anyway, or if it's guys have been raised for fifteen twenty years. How do we correct? The problem of the Indian the Daytona five hundred when it could be fifty laps or five laps. We know that they're still two or three large wrecks to go. How do we correct? This. You got to I've been wondering there's a lot of ways you could correct. It you take some of the cars off the track one to you force drivers to drive, and but that becomes dangerous because you make the cars fast enough that only the drivers are gonna drive what the other way you could do that is. Something pretty simple like lowering the compression in the engines. So that the the good drivers can accelerate away from the cards. The problem is all the cars are are. All equal. And there let's say slow enough that anybody could drive. They don't accelerate fast. So that anybody could drive them. And that's the problem you have inexperienced people driving the cars whether or not they've been in the series for one year twenty years, they're inexperienced. You don't know how to drive and when everything shakes out you always have the same guys at the front of the line. Kyle Busch Kurt Busch Jimmie Johnson. Lugano all those people Harvick all those people are always at the front of the line if they don't get caught up in somebody else's dumbness. So. What are your solutions was to speed the cars up? And then you you went on to say, but then only the good drivers will actually drive. Are you talking about making the cars more loose? So that they're more difficult to drive and yes, yes. Typically, a loose car is a faster car. Now. What I'm saying is that would you put a restrictor plate on you make the cars too fast. It becomes dangerous. The people on the dracaena getting out of the track into the stands excuse me. But what the when you put a restrictor plate on the car that cars, don't accelerate. That means everybody's driving. The same piece of machinery, if you take the restrictor plate off the car, you lower the horsepower that way, you still have the issue of how do you drive this thing and drivers become? A premium and they can exceleron faster. They could slow down faster when the aero is all equal and the engines are all equal then anybody could drive the car, and that's just not true because people start trying to put the car in places where it doesn't belong. You get a little too comfortable with the car that should not be as easy to drive with direct with an with all the safety stuff built in. There's no more fear of I could hurt myself. So. You know? So they started doing dumb things. But then there's always an a completely agree with you. But there's always the argument we have to keep the cars somewhat similar because that's how we save on cost. And the bottom line always comes down to keep the cost down in this multimillion dollar multi hundreds of millions of dollars sport. How much savings happened today? When cars were getting ripped apart. You didn't take money today? And some of the teams only have one or two superspeedway cars and those guys got tore up today. So. Yeah. And you know, I'm not gonna say any names of who should or shouldn't be out there. But some of the people who have been around for a long time shouldn't be there. Now, the other thing, and this is part of the argument some other sports like in basketball where the players are getting bigger and the court has its size hasn't changed. The height of the basket hasn't changed, and you know, people are getting hurt. And you know, it's just not it's not the same game too many cars on the track who says that has to be forty cars who says it has to be thirty five or forty five. What if it's only twenty will you give people a chance to to move around to break to drive around to go to the back of the line to come back through the field. You don't have a line of thirty cars all on the same lap. None of them. Can celebrate away from each other because they all have restrictor plates. They all have the same aero. You don't have the, you know, the engineers with a chance did for them to step up and do something. Although it was cool to see Chad canals take somebody to the front of the line and have a chance to win Vega. Caught up in somebody else's. Yeah. That was pretty cool to see I have to admit, okay? Then going back to your argument of less cars. How about just twenty cars on the track? It's that's an interesting statement. Because last week during the clash somebody text me saying what happened all the cars. How come they're? So few cars on the track. Wouldn't it be a bit strange on a superspeedway? I get a sort oval, but on a superspeedway like Daytona to have just a few cars such as maybe just twenty. If if they could accelerate away from each other and not have the restrictor plate where everybody is the same speed and the same ERO where everybody has. The same handling characteristics. So it's difficult to pass and you have to bump draft. And if you hit somebody wrong in the bump draft, you knock him sideways and take out eighteen cars. I mean, that's just it. I don't know why this is hard to understand problem. You have the same problem to a degree in IndyCar. Everybody has the same car and everybody has the same aero. Then you have people that shouldn't be out there. Driving the cars. Well, it's it's funny. You bring up IndyCar because. Yeah. With the Indy five hundred they do want thirty three cars, and you do have basically seat fillers when it comes to a big race. Like that that arguably some of them should not be out there. So yes, same problem. Exactly. The problem is being able to drive accelerate brake and maneuver, and that's been taken out of the hands of the drivers. So that anybody could get in the car, and basically drive the car, and they shouldn't be out there. I mean, Kenny driven you've driven some cars, admittedly, it was years ago. But we're driving the cars out there fast. And I look at it. And as I remember being out there. This is crazy. I shouldn't be here. Driving his guard is fast. I don't know what I'm doing the greatest. If I remember gosh, I think it was two thousand six Tony Stewart telling us on when we had our TV show. Tony Stewart telling us on ESPN on our TV show. Anybody can drive Daytona. Because of the way the cars are set up. Now, of course, the cars now are different than then. But there there's a lot of truth still in what he said the way they set it up with the restrictor plates with the just the aero package four super speedways almost anybody can drive or at least think they can drive because that's dumb mistakes happen. They think they could. Drive, and they they see if I used to race bicycles. And I was told very early on win. If you see an opening it's too late. You have to instinctively know that that opening is there and people are one I forget who it was who dove into an opening today. It was too small and he took out, you know, five or six cars, you you need to be able to maneuver to get around and to drive the cars, and that just put your foot on the floor and getting the draft and just steer the car that doesn't do any good. Everything is cool when the cars going straight, and there's no problem. What happens is when there's a problem and the drivers have to drive, and then we find out the good ones from the bad ones. Brigades should coming up in moments shedding. No, I'm cutting you off on purpose. Statman used a bicycle race. Oh, yeah. We got gotta get into that. Sometime. That was that was it was world-class cool too. I also saw firesuits statman war back in the seventy cents. Casinos. Yes. But bicycle racing. In the nineteen years. We've done this show. Holy crab. Wow. That's. I think about that. Freak nation. I think it's what the beginning of the third quarter for the NBA all star game. I think it's a two hundred fourteen to two hundred ninety. This is crazy. I'm stuck on bicycle racing. Pictures, not a pretty. Freak nation. Coming up your statman scat Carlos Mencia, comedian Carlos Mencia, also Zach Osborne, your supercross four fifty writer who got us finally got back on the bike and Dallas who is back rough. Right. He did collared. Brandon's brother. Travis brown. Now writes for Disney, it's crazy or freaks coming up. Its beef exports. It looks all studios evening. My.
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"Some stuff you do on your show. Actually. I play the music real loud under. I was gonna tell you that later this morning. We hear gonna talk with a member of the CAS electron, the consumer electronic association electronics convention on. Yeah. And I bring it up because we talked with them a few weeks ago before they're they're gathering this week. But they were going up to eight K. I had heard about that. So this is going to keep expel shirt is sure it is. But I'll tell you what I've seen some four case. That's really I'm really excited about what it's going to look like I mean, it's it looks live. It looks like you're there, you're you know, there's a depth late in a, you know, so the station. Bruised you. They got rid of their four K because they're probably going to get much eight hundred eight days. Yeah. And they wanted to dump that four K gave it to a part timer. Party thinking he was winning something. Thanks, joe. Thanks. Appreciate what you're. Watch dracaena Year's Eve. Well, I stayed up that late and we went to a neighbor's house and by ten thirty. We were all done. So yeah, we went home my wife went to bed, and and I managed to stay up till I just wanted to see if Ryan Seacrest really could count backwards. I just do it. Yeah. You did. Yeah. Yeah. He started like at twenty and went all the way to win really practice all year. Now, the weather horrible there in New York as well as here. Not. Yeah. Yeah. That was a very nice. So if you're in that big crowd, and this is they say, you can't move. Once you get there. You there for hours? Yeah. How about what how restrooms you know, how what got me by this. I wouldn't want to be in that crowd, especially people that have been drinking. You can't move to get back out of it. Because if you do you lose your spot. There you go to the restroom. There's got to be away. They must have many set up because there's you know, hundreds of thousands of folks there. So I mean, come on. I don't wanna talk about. How would you watch your step? Yeah. Exactly. You know, there's such a great job on TV usually every year doing the tournament of roses parade. Yes. Okay. I'm watching this year at least three or four times you see the guy sweeping up after the horse. Yeah. Other folks when I've watched it they've done the camera work. So you really don't see that happening. Three or four times on the coverage is watching. Yeah. That's I wanna ask you this you I was known as mister New Year's Eve, which is a title. I I'm sorry. I I stole that from you last week. History is eve you're in bed at eight o'clock,.
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"Because in this case for the most part everything kind of works normally, and you might think you're fine in two weeks goes by whatever it is. And then suddenly you hit that moment. And they this is something that they need to get by. And actually a lot of my predictions are more questions than predictions. I don't actually I'm not prepared to predict that they will solve these problems. I I think they think they will solve the performance stuff. But the compatibility thing is still a big open question. Yeah. Although it goes hand in hand. I mean. Yeah. Well, you know, everyone has different priorities and different needs and so forth, and I suppose for some people the, you know. You know, the epoch battery life and all that kind of stuff will outweigh the other stuff. And and honestly today there's only one of these things in the world right now. But if you bought a stamp dracaena fifty compatible, computer. Leonova? Okay. You could probably live with the performance. Let's obviously, I don't know. If you've read videos, a play video games or whatever. But you know for day to day stuff. It's it's it's like pretty much right there. But it's just it's this. Gotcha thing with compatibility. They think is going to be continued problem. Unless your first line worker. Yeah. I mean, actually so that in that case, you're either running it in kiosk mode, or it's some kind of a lockdown device where they've specifically enabled just the app. So you need so they they know going into that the workplace does that this thing's going to work for you. In fact, it might be advantageous for not to be compatible with stuff because they don't want you screwing around campus. Kind the brash my Chromebook too, right? It's not as attractive to people who wanna play Minecraft or something. Mary. Neck of twenty nineteen is when we see the really truly full powered arm devices. Right. So. It's more interesting. Right. And we we only know of one other eight fifty base device it's coming to market from Samsung. And I don't see us as next week. Maybe they'll be announcements, but according to Qualcomm, these two chipsets will will exist in the market together. That kind of makes sense, you know, you can have lower end devices that are less expensive on the older one and so forth. So it's an open question. Eight c x we'll see. The performance thing is real I think it's going to be better. But we don't know for sure. Okay. Our Joe, what's yours. So if you remember the Chris Kappa sell episode, I asked him about Microsoft, three sixty five consumer I knew he wasn't going to answer but had to throw that out there because that's going to be a big launch for them in twenty nineteen. My sources say we don't know what it's actually going to be in this bundle yet regular old, Microsoft three. Sixty five is windows. Ten enterprise officers, sixty five and enterprise, mobility, insecurity. But we don't know what's going to be in the consumer bundle. We don't know if they'll be a version of windows that'll be upgradeable to something else. We don't know if Skype is going to be in there. I would guess it would be probably Cortana probably being in some way. So it's going to be interesting to see what they put in this bundle, and who the target audiences my guess on the target audience is it's pro Sumers. It's not gonna be consumers. It's going to be people who want to get things done. Productivity software matters to them. I'm assuming. Some variant of office three sixty five is in there..
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"You install it. You'll find many many uses for go to remote PC dot com. Sign up today with the code Leo and get ninety percent off for the first year. Ninety percent off the Leo tech weekend special that remote PC dot com. I think maybe our last call today. I don't know John on the line from Vernon Florida. Hello, john. Hello, Mr. Leo. How're you doing? Well, how are you? Getting over the flu. We just got past hurricanes a couple of weeks. Oh, man. Okay. We're we're kind of getting we're kinda you on what it's gonna get better. It always does. What can I survive the hurricane? Okay. Yeah. We're about twenty five miles inland. But southwest idiots scary devastated. So scary. They're living in tents and kind of thing I feel so bad. And you know, it takes so long. Survive. Yeah, you can survive. And I know the good thing is people really come together when these things happen, and you see the best to people. But at the same time, it takes a long time to recover. I know because we had fires up here. And it's the same thing, you know, dracaena with that. Yeah. We I was amazed at just the politeness of everyone around here. Or crisis. Everybody was just paying or there was just a. Just strangers from Ohio, and it was just super awesome. Good by the here it now. What can I do to make your life better? We got a question for you. I was gonna mention one thing really quickly the guy with the part of the call. A little bit earlier. Yes. Yes. When you reassemble that nature over on the side of the video board videoed after don't get your screws mixed up because they're they're long ones short ones. If you don't. It's the voice of experience my friends. Sounds like you've been there. Oh, lord. Longtime develop you're right. I used to the folks that I fix it. Make a magnetic whiteboard that will hold the screws, and you can write, you know, left top left bottom line and you because he's really important to keep track of those. That's a great idea or take a piece of masking tape and put him on there like that. Yeah. I got the little magnetic white. I did iphone have prepared for you. You know, all of those. Yeah. But I have on the side of the hardware that kind of debate. But I have a question for you about on the development side of things I've been here about since eighty six now I've been a web developer since probably about twenty years question. Yes. And one of them want to do is have a MAG. That's what I used to build a system, and I have to run processes, Cranston. Some I have to UCS. Milers to compound. Yes. For instance. I guess node and mpm. Yep. Yep. Currently what have been used for the last few years is part of a framework from. Okay. And one of the issues that are run into with foundation is there's a version five and there's a person six, but they will not run together. What I was looking at doing is is possibly looking at something like digitalization can go out there. It's set up basically a. Exactly what I do. And I'll tell you. Why even though on the MAC, you have a full Unix OS? So you can run node you can run SAS. You could do all of that stuff on the MAC? But you you nailed it. Which is you might have different tool sets for different projects. And right there are look at Homebrew. There are ways of saying, okay. This project is python. Three this projects python to most most programming languages. And maybe even foundation have ways to do that. I honestly think it's good to do it in virtual machine of some kind. And frankly because I want to do I'm starting to look at ipad development, which doesn't have that command line capability, more and more. I'm looking at exactly what you just talked about. I have a Lennox server at home that I can use. But digital is great because they're cheap. You can have five different instances with each one with a different tool set enabled and then use SSH use. Your command line tool are you? to log? I'm Into well. How them are you? and work Good. in Thanks. them. You can even make I heard you them talk have about a public this web before. front end. But. So you can even see how it's working. Remember So I think as digital well as ocean, I said which is run a sponsor. out of cruise, I should mention and I is wonder a very good way to do this while a I'm lot used of different into companies wifi that do it. But stream it's your it's fairly program. affordable. It's Yeah. a few bucks I a put month, on per the. instance. I think it's a great Well, idea. that's a really interesting Okay. question What I when you're on one question. a This is the little communal fine question. Here wifi is as debilitating you will be on that cruise. office will say I want to carry a laptop Or a hotel in then I might or a run coffee shop, run, Adam. you're I'm all not run on the site. same network. Whatever Everybody is using what that WI is fi the nowadays best method? I have to say people are getting better Kinda cruise ships gotta and learn Emek, hotels dude. and coffee shops or getting better about making it more secure. So it's not maybe Hey, as risky as I it gotta used take to be. a But break. there is I'll this talk to you off potential the air. risk. It's all about Emek. We're Of out of time. of I wanna thank you know, big somebody peewee. else on that network. Taking Our new advantage musical of the director fact that you're on the same along network, with Michael Cosio, and and Kim you shafir know, kind of trying for to snoop answering on the phones you. most of all I my thank think you.
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"Not seventeen. He claims to cause without license plates with four foreigners had blocked his car in traffic near the parliament building, but he managed to get away. He suggested that billionaire philanthropist. George Soros was behind the attempt. He appeared to back down on Wednesday, following criticism of his claims. Backtracking on his earlier comments. He said he hadn't informed authorities of the incident. He said he had a very bad opinion about Soros. He didn't think he was involved in this incident. Dracaena has been disqualified from the office of prime minister ju at twenty sixteen vote-rigging conviction. Even though he's not in any current hit movies George Clooney's. The world's highest paid actor Forbes puts. Him at number one on its list of top earners taking a two hundred thirty nine million dollars before taxes it credits the billion, dollar sale. Of CASA migos tequila which he co founded in two thousand thirteen with two mantra preneurs along with additional earnings, from endorsements and revenue from older. Movies as the sources of. His wealth second on the list. Is Dwayne the rock Johnson who earned, one hundred twenty four million. Dollars before taxes Forbes credited. Huge social media following with helping him double his. Earnings since last year Robert Downey junior was third with. Eighty one million followed by Chris Hemsworth was sixty. Four and a half million and Jackie Chan who earned forty five and a half million Cubes giving a BG not close enough so that space between you and me The way all dance to the music, girl damn body and how you move. And. Every time you cross my girl losing. Alexa play the country.
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"Songs download the, Amazon music app today former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen is piling up appointments with state and. Federal investigators AP correspondent Warren Levinson reports the former Trump lawyer and fixer could be pretty busy between now and December when he is. To be sentenced on the guilty. Plea he entered this week in Manhattan his. Lawyer Lanny Davis suggested in multiple interviews Cohen has information on the. Trump campaign's active cooperation with Russian operatives the New York state attorney general who easy investigating misuse of charitable, donations to the Trump foundation sent Cohen. A subpoena the day after the plea now he's. Raising legal defense money on the internet the, Michael Cohen truth go fund me page raised more than one hundred. Thirty thousand dollars on. Its first day Warren Levinson New York. The leader of Romania's ruling party claims he was. The target of an assassination attempt, leave you drag. Near told antenna three. Late on Tuesday it happened in. April 2017 he claims to, cause without the license plates with. Full foreigners at, blocked his car in traffic near the parliament building but he managed to get away he. Suggested that billionaire philanthropist George Soros was behind the attempt he appeared to back down on Wednesday following criticism of his claims backtracking on. His earlier comments he said he. Hadn't informed authorities of the incident he said. The one he had a very bad opinion about Soros he didn't. Think he was involved in this incident dracaena has been disqualified from the office of prime minister ju to, at twenty sixteen vote-rigging conviction this summer's. Drought in central Europe is exposing some history boulders. Known as hunger stones are reappearing in the, album river the low water levels in the river are showing stones. On the river bed. Whose appearances in history used to warn. People that hard times we're coming over a dozen. Of the hunger stones chosen to, record low water. Levels can.
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"Top, twenty five college football podcast A tabloid boss gets immunity I'm Jacky Quin with an. AP, news minute federal prosecutors reportedly granted immunity to National Enquirer chief David pecker the tabloid was implicated by the president's former lawyer Michael Cohen. Who admitted using the inquirer to buy the silence. Of two women who alleged affairs with Donald Trump Indited California congressman Duncan Hunter had to face protesters at a San Diego courthouse today as he. And his wife pleaded not. Guilty to corruption charges hurricane lane is no. Longer a category four but it is drenching Hawaii's, big island. Already landslides are reported near Hilo a lawsuit seeking, to prevent the deportation of immigrants who are seeking legalisation through marriage can go forward approved by a federal judge Mark David Chapman denied parole again in the nineteen eighty shooting death of John Lennon I'm Jacky Quin Farmers in Germany are getting help from the government after year of extreme drought like, much of. Europe Germany seen little rain and long spells of. Very hot weather since April agriculture minister Julie ACLU CNA said the harvest estimates received so far justified the decision to declare the droughts and events of national extent that decision. Unlocks, the release of some three hundred and forty million euros in aid from federal and state governments however the amount of vailable full short of. What German farmers it, asked. For the German farmers association. Had called for one billion euros in eight after its president said cereal crop harvests nationwide, were down he said the harvest in some. Parts of Germany could have said to a failed entirely and the cost of the draft could increase further scientists say. The unusually early and long summer of two thousand eighteen is an indicator of, the, kinds of weather European countries can increasingly expect to see due to manmade global. Warming Germany's agriculture Your sector is said. To be responsible for at. Least seven percent of the country's greenhouse gas emissions former White House aide and apprentice star morose Amana, gold Newman's book had, a strong first week of sales unhinged sold thirty four thousand copies according to NPD, book scan. Which tracks around eighty five percent of the print. Market it includes Newman's account of how she became disillusioned with President Trump and decided he was a racist the book finished third in overall sales what seems unlikely to outsell. Other, Trump tells Michael Wolff fire and fury sold more than a million copies former FBI director James Comey's a higher loyalty has sold hundreds of. Thousands the leader of, Romania's. Ruling party claims he was. The target of an assassination attempt leave you drag NIA told antenna three late on Tuesday, it happened in April two thousand seventeen he. Claims to cause without the license plates with full foreigners at blocked his car in traffic near the parliament building but. He managed to get away he suggested that billionaire philanthropist George Soros was behind Find the attempt he appeared to. Back down on Wednesday following criticism of his claims. Backtracking on his earlier comments he, said he hadn't. Informed authorities of the incident he said. The one he had a very bad opinion about Soros he didn't think he was involved in this incident dracaena has, been disqualified from the office of. Prime minister due to a twenty sixteen vote-rigging conviction Starlight lounge presents an evening..
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"A tabloid boss gets immunity I'm Jacky Quin with an AP. News, minute federal prosecutors have reportedly granted immunity to National Enquirer chief David pecker the tabloid was implicated by the president's former lawyer Michael Cohen. Who admitted using the inquirer to buy the silence. Of two women who alleged affairs with Donald Trump Indited California congressman Duncan Hunter had to face protesters at a San Diego courthouse today as. He and his wife pleaded. Not guilty to corruption charges hurricane lane is. No longer a category four but it is drenching Hawaii's, big island. Already landslides are reported near Hilo a lawsuit seeking, to prevent the deportation of immigrants who are seeking legalisation through marriage can go forward approved by a federal judge Mark David Chapman denied parole again in the nineteen eighty shooting death of John Lennon I'm Jacky Quin The leader of Romania's, ruling party claims. He was the target of an assassination. Attempt leave you drag NIA told antenna three late on Tuesday it happened in April two thousand seventeen he claims to, cause without the license plates with. Four foreigners at brought his. Car in traffic near the pollen. Building but he managed to get away, he suggested that billionaire philanthropist. George Soros was behind the. Attempt he appeared to back down on Wednesday following. Criticism of his claims backtracking on his earlier comments he said. He hadn't informed authorities of the incident he said. That he had a very bad opinion about Soros he didn't think he was involved in this, incident, dracaena has been disqualified from the office of prime minister due to a twenty. Sixteen vote-rigging conviction Drenching rain is. Hitting is big island is hurricane lane. Turns away in the Pacific central Pacific Hurricane Center meteorologist Gavin she gets Soto says the good news is it's expected, to weaken the category for now. But we do expect some. Of that weakening to happen so. It looks like it will still be, about a category two forecasted. When it gets to dangerously. Close to wall James nNcholas was living in Hawaii. Thirty years ago when hurricane hit them says he's worried about. Hurricane Leonel how bad it can be and yes. I'm concerned because even.
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"Twenty five college football podcast A radio news I'm Jacky Quin there are reports the head of the National Enquirer has been granted immunity to answer questions about hush money paid to two women who claimed affairs with President Trump. Are were eleven and has more on the relationship between the president and the tabloids inquirer employees told the Associated Press negative stories. About Trump, were dead on arrival starting when he became the star, of TV's the apprentice in two thousand and three the Enquirer started promoting Trump for president. And questioning President, Barack Obama's birthplace in two thousand ten with the help of Trump lawyer. Michael Cohen Cohen this. Week pleaded. Guilty to campaign finance law violations and other counts causing, the president to lash out against core agreements are saga megani report it's called flipping and the president says he knows. All, about it for thirty forty years I've been watching flippers everything's wonderful and then they get ten years in jail and they they flip. On whoever the next highest one is or as high. As you can go saying they make up lies After claiming yesterday. Co invented stories. To get relief from prosecutors the president tells FOX and friends the tool almost ought to be outlawed saying it's not fair saga megani at the White House the impact of hurricane lane is hitting some of Hawaii's island chain the national weather services downgraded the story the leader of Romania's ruling party claims he was the target of an assassination attempt leave you drag NIA told antenna three late. On Tuesday it happened in April twenty seventeen he claims to cons without a license plates with full foreigners at blocked his car. In traffic, near the parliament building but he managed to get away he suggested that billionaire philanthropist George Soros was behind the attempt he appeared to back down. On Wednesday following, criticism of his claims backtracking on his earlier comments he said he hadn't. Informed authorities of the. Incident he. Said the one he had a very bad opinion about, Soros he didn't think he was involved in this incident dracaena has been disqualified from the office of prime minister ju With twenty sixteen vote-rigging. Conviction a popcorn salesman in the, US has been. Mistaken online for Australian politician Peter. Dutton Peter Dutton of Texas shares the same name on Twitter with Australian liberal party member Peter Dutton who is vying, to become the country's next prime. Minister the Texas businessman says. He wishes the people of Australia. Would look at his profile and see, he's a thirty year old. Black man before sending him. Tweets the Australian Dutton is forty seven and white. The American Dutton's received tweets from people who both support and oppose. His Australian namesake he says it's been fun and. He would like to visit Australia and sell his popcorn there There's more. Legal trouble for actor Kevin Spacey AP's Jackie Quinn reports investigators in Los. Angeles say they're looking into new allegations of sexual assault against him the LA county sheriff's office says the allegations come from an incident in October of twenty sixteen. And they're investigating for possible criminal charges it's the second complaint against Kevin Spacey that the district attorney's task force on sexual misconduct has received the first allegation. Dates back to nineteen Ninety-two, and might not. Be prosecutable because of the statute of limitations Spacey who's lost a number of acting. Roles since the scandal emerged is also under investigation in six cases in London I'm Jacky. Quin Is Ron Don.
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"Cohen is piling up appointments with state and. Federal investigators AP correspondent Warren Levinson reports the former Trump lawyer and fixer. Could be pretty busy between now and December when he is to be sentenced on the guilty plea entered, this week in Manhattan his lawyer. Lanny Davis suggested in multiple interviews the Cohen has. Information on the, Trump campaign's active, cooperation with Russian operatives the New York state attorney general who is. Investigating misuse of charitable. Donations to the Trump foundation sent Kona, subpoena the, day after the plea now he's raising, legal defense money on the internet the Michael, Cohen, truth gofundme page raised more than one hundred thirty. Thousand dollars on its first day Warren Levinson. New York there's more legal trouble. For actor Kevin Spacey AP's Jackie Quinn reports investigators in Los Angeles say they're looking into, new allegations of sexual Assault against him the LA county sheriff's office says the. Allegations come from an incident in October of twenty sixteen and they're investigating for possible criminal charges it's the, second complaint against Kevin Spacey that. The district attorney's task force on sexual misconduct has. Received the first, alligators and dates, back to nineteen ninety two and might not be prosecutable because of. The statute of limitations. Spacey who's lost a number of acting, roles since, the scandal emerged is also under investigation, in six cases in London I'm Jacky Quin The leader of Romania's. Ruling party claims he was the target of an assassination. Attempt leave you dracaena told antenna three late on. Tuesday it happened in April twenty seventeen he claims to cause without the license plates with full foreigners at blocked. His car in traffic near the parliament building but he managed to get away he suggested that billionaire philanthropist George Soros was behind the. Attempt he appeared to back down on Wednesday following criticism of his claims backtracking on his earlier comments he said he hadn't informed authorities of the incident he said he had a very bad opinion about Soros he didn't. Think he was involved in this incident drag NIA has been disqualified from the office of prime minister ju at twenty. Sixteen vote-rigging conviction Hi I'm Ralph Russo AP college football writer. And host of the AP top twenty five college football. Podcast available on apple podcasts and podcast one while. There be sure to subscribe rate and review that's the AP top twenty five college football podcast A radio news I'm Jacky Quin there are reports the head of the National.
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"Dance world music festival and the Edinburgh international book festival say that several invited performers, have been denied visas last. Month world, of music and, dance founder Peter Gabriel said Britain risk becoming a white breaded Brexit at flatland in a letter to China's fighting and African swine fever. Outbreak that could potentially devastate herds the, disease only affects pigs wild. Boar but it is highly contagious China is the world's largest producer of pork producing as many as six hundred million pigs annually pork is also a staple of the Chinese diet accounting for more. Than sixty percent of animal. Protein N- consumed the appearance of the disease comes as China seeks to shift pig-rearing from farm yards to vast breeding operations. Where waste and the spread of disease, can be better controlled for. Now contaminated areas are being disinfected to block the spread of the disease to other farms African swine fever outbreaks have also been reported in the European Union chiefly in the Baltics Poland and Romania The. Leader of Romania's ruling party claims he, was the target of an. Assassination attempt leave you drag. Near told antenna three late on Tuesday it happened. In April twenty seventeen he claims to cause without a license plates. With four foreigners at brought his car in traffic. Near the parliament building but he managed to get away he suggested that billionaire philanthropist George Soros was. Behind the attempt he appeared to. Back down on Wednesday following criticism of his claims backtracking on his earlier comments he said he hadn't informed authorities of the incident he said the, one we had a very bad opinion about Soros he didn't think he was involved. In this incident. Dracaena has been disqualified from the office of prime minister ju to twenty sixteen vote-rigging conviction Hi.
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"Fighting and African swine fever. Outbreak that could potentially devastate herds the, disease only affects pigs wild. Boar but it is highly contagious China is the world's largest producer of pork producing as many as six hundred million pigs annually pork is also a staple of the Chinese diet accounting for more. Than sixty percent of animal. Protein N- consumed the appearance of the disease comes as China seeks to shift pig-rearing from farm yards to vast breeding operations. Where waste and the spread of disease, can be better controlled for. Now contaminated areas are being disinfected to block the spread of the disease to other farms African swine fever outbreaks have also been reported in the European Union chiefly in the Baltics Poland and Romania
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