35 Burst results for "Eight-Foot"

Rain, snow fall as California braces for brunt of storm

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 7 months ago

Rain, snow fall as California braces for brunt of storm

"A a major major winter winter storm storm hits hits the the western western US US today today the the multi multi day day storm storm could could drop drop more more than than eight eight feet feet of of snow snow on on the the highest highest peaks peaks and and drenched drenched parts parts of of California California as as it it pushes pushes south south and and east east before before moving moving out out says says National National Weather Weather Service Service meteorologist meteorologist Craig Craig shoemaker shoemaker in in Sacramento Sacramento really really really really large large winter winter storm storm of of the the season season with with a a knee knee measuring measuring snow snow with with yardsticks yardsticks by by the the feet feet but but he he says says the the snow snow and and rain rain are are needed needed we we haven't haven't been been getting getting the the type type of of system system the the past past couple couple years years and and that's that's why why we've we've been been in in the the drought drought shoemaker shoemaker says says well well there there will will be be significant significant rain rain it it will will be be spread spread out out over over several several days days so so he he doesn't doesn't expect expect major major flooding flooding but but does does expect expect ponding ponding water water and and travel travel issues issues I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker

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 Ship anchor suspected in pipeline break that fouled beaches

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 9 months ago

Ship anchor suspected in pipeline break that fouled beaches

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a ship's anchor may have caused the break in the pipeline that leaked tens of thousands of oil into the water off southern California federal transportation investigators say preliminary reports suggest an anchor may have hoped the pipeline creating a partial tear and causing the oil leak off the southern California coast Martin will share the C. E. O. of amplify energy spoke to reporters Tuesday afternoon I am not here to you know speculate about the cause there we a full investigation obviously the pipeline has been displaced the break in the line occurred about ninety eight feet beneath the surface roughly five miles off shore up to one hundred twenty six thousand gallons of heavy crude leaked into the ocean off Huntington beach and then washed on two miles of beaches and are protected marshland hi

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A 20-Year Megadrought Threatens Hydropower in the West

Environment: NPR

02:09 min | 10 months ago

A 20-Year Megadrought Threatens Hydropower in the West

"A twenty year. Mega drought in the west is threatening hydropower. For millions of people so the federal government is taking emergency action it sending water from other reservoirs to lake powell to help. Keep the power turbines. They're spinning. here's michael. Elizabeth sack is from colorado public radio at elk creek marina. People wait in line to back their trailers into the water to pull their boats out. And some like walter. Slut cough are frustrated. Resumes legua up and down many times. But we're not happy with it this year. Of course because we're all getting kicked out early and we pay for slips for the season. Blue mesa is colorado's largest reservoir. It's already less than thirty percent full. And now it's being forced to sacrifice more water to send to lake powell eric. Logan is head of operations at elk. Creek marina he had to shut down six weeks early because of the low water levels. It's a big hit for us for sure. There's a bunch of employees. That doctor would be employed into october and suddenly they're out looking for employment in middle of august. The deepening drought in the west has dealt a double blow to blue mesa this summer with climate change there's less snowpack and warmer temperatures increase. Evaporation so less water is making it into the colorado river and reservoirs like blue mesa and now the federal government is taking water from this lake into other reservoirs. If we were full it wouldn't be that big deal but since we're already so low and we're barely hanging on by our fingertips on trying to stay open. You take eight feet of water and suddenly we got shut the doors and move everything out to deeper water and there's nothing we can do about it. Lake powell on the utah. Arizona border hit its lowest level on record earlier this summer. Logan worries the reservoir will need even more water from blue mesa. If the drought doesn't improve the question is are they going to release whatever we get. That would become a very big problem for everyone around here. Blue may sat and the other reservoirs were built in the nineteen sixties for times of drought. It's a bank of water that the states can tap when they need. It says john macleod. A water lawyer in colorado. The water always goes to lake. Powell and this release is part of the plan. And it's using the reservoirs for one of their intended purposes

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Shark Tourism Grows on Cape Cod

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 10 months ago

Shark Tourism Grows on Cape Cod

"Just a few years after two people were attacked by sharks one of them died Cape Cod Massachusetts is starting to tentatively embraced shark tourism there are shark eco boat tours off the Cape Cod coast we saw about six sharks VS some of them about eight feet others longer any on tonight glue says the tour gave her a new viewpoint on sharks from the boat many Moran says she doesn't view sharks as threatening our captain really respectful of their space and I put a lot of pressure on them following the recent shark attacks on shore Paul needs wiki with the Cape Cod chamber of commerce as they were concerned about a negative impact on tourism we've been working to educate people about sharks and having them be sharks mark and what was actually seen is is there been no negative impact the shark boat tours are cheap fifteen hundred to twenty five hundred dollars per boat I'm a Donahue

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Sho-Case: Shohei Ohtani Gets All-Star Win for AL, Bats, Too

AP News Radio

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Sho-Case: Shohei Ohtani Gets All-Star Win for AL, Bats, Too

"The American late lead all the way into feeding the National League five to two for the junior circuit this was its eighth consecutive win in the mid summer classic Vladimir Guerrero junior of the Toronto Blue Jays drove in two runs one of them four hundred sixty eight foot Homer of loser Corbin Burnes enough for Guerrero to be named the game's MVP American like starter Shohei Ohtani threw one scoreless inning to get the win then stayed in the game as his team's DH Liam Hendricks got the save Bruce Morton Denver

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Nebraska Farmer Grows Citrus Year-Round

Climate Connections

01:13 min | 1 year ago

Nebraska Farmer Grows Citrus Year-Round

"In alliance nebraska. Winters are cold and windy but for decades retired farmer rest. Fench has been growing tropical fruit year. Round without an energy intensive heating system we have thirteen. Varieties of citrus lemons. Limes ten angelo's tangerines. United finch heat is greenhouse with a geothermal system that takes advantage of the consistent temperatures. Eight feet underground. He first experimented geothermal energy forty years ago when he was building his home he devised a system that pulls air from underground tubes where it's fifty two degrees fahrenheit all year. It worked so well that he installed a similar system in his greenhouse fans. Circulate the air. But that's the only part of the system that uses electricity so it's good for the climate and he says the greenhouse cost less than a dollar a day to run we've taken the cost of energy completely out of the equation fench almost ninety years old and he's still growing fruit year round and now he's helping more people do the same. He sells geothermal. Greenhouse building kits so other small farmers can grow citrus in the snow.

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NASA's new Mars rover hits dusty red road, 1st trip 21 feet

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

NASA's new Mars rover hits dusty red road, 1st trip 21 feet

"Mars rover has hit the road on the red planet so far so good for the perseverence rover planet nasr's newest mars rover logging. Twenty one feet on it so dominant in a test. Drive this past thursday. Two weeks after settling down on the red planet signs of past life they're overtaking thirty three minutes to move thirteen feet forward followed by a hundred fifty degree left. Turn and then backing up eight feet up next after more. Testing perseverance will drop so-called protective belly pan and then releasing experimental helicopter named ingenuity by late.

Spacewalking astronauts prep station for new solar wings

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Spacewalking astronauts prep station for new solar wings

"I'm Julie Walker spacewalking astronauts ventured out to the exterior of the international space station on Sunday to install support frames for new high efficiency solar panels arriving later this year NASA astronaut Kate Rubins and Victor Glover merged from the orbiting lab lugging eight foot duffle style bags stuffed with hundreds of pounds of mounting brackets and struts the equipment was so big it had to be taken apart just to get through the hatch to run out the back those are the two balls out to do that so far have settings for usually a seven hour spacewalk was live streamed on social media and viewers commented on how breathtaking the view from outer space was especially seeing the earth in vivid color from the astronaut's helmet cams I'm Julie Walker

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Southern Magnolia

Plant Of The Week

04:55 min | 1 year ago

Southern Magnolia

"And welcome back to the show. Fred your plant of the week with a plan of the week. Marcus something that i saw and it might well. I've admired for years. Yeah when i see them here and then they're somewhat common down where my daughter lives in north carolina it is called or named southern magnolia. So they're magnolia is indeed in that family it has a beautiful white somewhat fragrant flower and so on but the thing that was remarkable about three weeks ago when i saw it anything else had well most of them had defoliated and i haven't been driving by a place where there was a southern magnolia standing. Oh fifteen eighteen feet tall. Probably ten or so white at that point man absolutely a magnificent deep dark green. I happened to be there when there was done. And it was on the tree in a manner such that they just the leaves just shined. Well i got my attention and then other things came up when we talked about other plants. But then i went back yesterday with his pretty white out to the beauty of that treat now i. It's one. I don't recommend very often. I'm one to speak of the care where you plan it. But one i saw the v. One i saw was standing on a bit of a hill. Oh he time. Eighty and it was facing south east and absolutely well. There's up against or or near a very large old brick home et cetera. So that the the plant where it was on the hill or near the hill was standing. where it was well drained. I'm quite comfortable. Those people properly placed it by digging a wide but shallow hole. Getting planted probably did a little bit of acidifying the soil and then whatever they did they must have added a lot of organic because the tweet was flourishing. It's one that i would not plant certainly not a street tree and i've even cautious where i put it on a property. But we've caution in selection Talk about magnificent beauty you that snow a few weeks ago and then Probably even right now on through many many winters it just absolutely outstanding when when you think of nothing much happening in the wintertime think southern magnolia and think magnificence with the leaves partly snow them partly without snow snow under the tree sunshine on. It doesn't get any prettier than that but again not not advised for just the average callous use of our heavy clays but that's still magnificently to think about and i know there's a particular variety that you like. Michael is it's one call brown betty now I think it's probably the only one nurseries would have to sell and at for use in this area. It is known to be hardy against our cold. I suppose there could be an extreme below minus twenty. They take it out here in central ohio but that is so exceedingly rare that it is an app to happen and therefore with with the reliability on nursery people picking plants that are apt to grow in this area. I would think they're going to be seeing a tag that says southern magnolia and then the variety called brand betty. So that's Let's just say that's probably what you would find in the garden center or nursery now if the if in general the southern magnolia doesn't do well in the heavy clay soils what what type of soil prep to get this ready for planting well. That's that's a darn good question. Mark and like i say dig a hole that is measured depth so that you're not putting it to deepen toward our claim then where i always recommend that the whole at least twice as wide as the ball of the plant i would even go out of. We'll call it four times white so it's a two football. I'd be looking at a bid that is bordering on eight feet wide just to be sure that prepared the soil. I've had a lot of organic I might even put some grits in the soil. But it'd be careful don't use Don't use crushed limestone. 'cause that's that's the ads are opposite of acidifying and Then i would be careful that. It's not in a lower wet spot period as i say the tree that i saw and admired so much in passing by was on the edge of a hill to where i'm sure it had good drainage so that we're the plant does need water. It's it's capable of handling the heat and drought of summer in north carolina. But then when you water it you soak the daylights out of it yet. Excess drains away in the tree goes on and becomes beautiful.

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Mirror, Mirror, On The Wall: Can You  Reveal An Animal's Inner World At All?

Short Wave

07:31 min | 1 year ago

Mirror, Mirror, On The Wall: Can You Reveal An Animal's Inner World At All?

"Okay nelson gordon. Gallup came up with this mark test. And i assume he actually you know like tested some animals. The one that made the splash was chimpanzees. So he put this big mirror just outside their cage and at first the chimpanzees acted in the way that a lot of other species do like the mirror. Image was another animal a stranger. You know that you might attack After a couple of days though that changed the chimpanzees started using the mirror to look at parts of their bodies that they couldn't normally see like opening their mouth and looking at the keys. They looked at their bottoms and their genitals. I mean of course they did know of course they did then gallup with the chimps under anesthesia and marked their ears and their foreheads. With a red dye the animals woke up. They saw themselves in the mirror and what they did was to reach out and touch and examine the marks on their faces only be seen in near so they realized the marks were on their own faces by looking in the mirror. Okay so that's chimps are close relatives. What about like monkeys. So he told me that monkeys could be exposed to mirrors for literally years and would never spontaneously use the mirror to do any kind of self examination like that but if quietly snuck into their room and you know in a mirror was there and the monkeys saw the person in the mirror. They turn around to confront them. They could use the image of of us me and my students in the mirror to bonaventure our behavior and respond appropriately. Okay so just like my creepy low dog. That is just like your. I mean. I don't know if your dog responds appropriately. Yeah i told them about your dog and he totally thinks your dog could be using mirrors to spy on you. I mean it sounds like her no honestly but in in terms of using a mirror like people do to look at yourself. How many species can actually do that. Well if you ask him he thinks it's just humans chimps entering. That's his view okay. So you're saying if you ask him that makes me feel like there are other views out there. Yes so if you ask diana at hunter college she'll tell you that dolphins and elephants can recognize themselves. And you know it is hard to test dolphins. I mean think about it. They just don't have hand right. You can't really like poke your own face with the flipper. Yeah yeah so. She had to come up with variations of the mark test. Like in one experiment. They used a marker to kind of draw on a dolphins body in different places But they didn't do it secretly so these dolphins could actually feel the marks being made the idea was. Would they race to the mirror afterwards and orient immediately to the place where they've been marked as if they had something in mind on their way to the mirror they were going to use it as a tool to look at the mark and we. That's exactly what we found. Wow okay that's that's pretty cool. What about What about elephants. They have trunks right so it feels like you do this kind of mark test. Maybe we'll she and some colleagues did study elephants at the bronx zoo and so again. Not so easy. They had to get this big jumbo eight by eight foot unbreakable mirror and she says the elephants seem to look at themselves and they did all kinds of unusual things like they'd rhythmically move their trunk or you know one of them would use a trunk to pull an era forward in front of the mirror like it was looking at it One of them touched this white x shaped mark that they put on her head. You know she used her own trunk and sort of investigated but two of the others didn't do that with the marta. So you know recess. She's tested other elephants since then and she does think they get it you know. She thinks they just recognize that what they see in the mirror is them okay. So so back to the original mark test developer. Gallup doesn't buy that. Dolphins and elephants no themselves in a mirror. He just doesn't think it's been conclusively shown. I mean there's been claims over the years about weird behavior with mirrors in all kinds of species. Birds fish aunts manta rays. And you know he says there's always this problem of if you have an animal doing strange stuff in front of a mirror and they do odd stuff right. There's this danger of seeing whatever it is you want to see. You know what their behavior actually means can be hard to figure out. Well i mean for that matter now what does it mean if an animal unequivocally passes gallup's mark tests like does that mean that they're actually self aware gallup thinks that the tests means they're self-aware. He basically thinks that self awareness is like being able to make yourself the object of your own attention and he says that you know if you're looking at yourself in mirror and recognizing yourself in the mirror. You're kind of like literally doing that. And that this says something about the animals internal world and its ability to understand other animals mental states But you know that's kind of romantic idea in a way you know that that that just as muir recognition says something really profound animals internal world. And so you know daniel pov- anneli doesn't really buy it. So he's a researcher and he told me when he first read about gallup's mark test for mirror self recognition in highschool. It made him wanna spend his whole life studying chimpanzees. You know. I bought into the story of mirrors and sulfur ignition hook line and sinker because it is a compelling story. Yeah i mean like wow there are creatures out there just like him just like people and all it took was a mirror to uncover this magic secret about that more whatever exactly but i gather from his tone. No longer feels that way. No no i mean. He's a researcher with the university of louisiana at lafayette and he spent years studying champs and mirrors and self recognition all this stuff and he says you know just think about when you go to a mirror say in the morning when you wake up you drag yourself there. You're looking at your image and like maybe you're all but drag with sleep in your eyes and you start having all of these thoughts. You're just like geez. I look older and you think about time and time is passing and then you start thinking about who you once were and your future and what other people think and on and on but is that which required do i have to think about any of that in order to brush my teeth in front of the mirror. He says you do not need all of these higher order concepts of self and self awareness to use a mirror in a practical way to just understand that like your physical motions are connected to the mirror in some way. Yes we saying like when a chimp interacts with its own mirror image. We can't know what it's thinking about. We have no clue and finally pointed out to me with training. In how mirrors work rhesus monkeys can actually learn to recognize themselves in mirrors and. Pass the mark test you know. So what does it mean if an animal with training can do this. He said he doesn't think dolphins been shown to do it yet but he says oh it could probably be taught to do it sure. What about my dog. Now what do you think. I don't know i mean maybe i mean. Some people have suggested their dogs. You know. the visual system isn't as important and like self awareness or self recognition might be more like smell related. Yeah yeah that makes sense so we need some kind of like olfactory mirror. Scientists have been working on that mattie. No okay no well thank you for this tour through the muir amazed that is research on animals and mirrors. I will think of you the next time. I see my dog gazing at my reflection. Which i imagine it's going to be in like five minutes. Enjoy

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A Disease Is Still Attacking Many Spruce Trees

Your Gardening Questions

02:02 min | 1 year ago

A Disease Is Still Attacking Many Spruce Trees

"It's a disease organism I'm not sure why it is becoming so prominent. But i noticed it. I up in michigan near my brother's home where We were out going to a place out in the country In that near area. And i came. We came across some farm country that had crops that they used tall evergreens to slow the wind down and so on. Well all the sudden we drove from luscious. Say pines i'm sorry. Spruce looking a little on the thin peek inside to one area where we were the the spruce literally lined the roadway. They were all dead. And i mean they were planning on five six eight foot centers as a windbreak And i thought whoa what's happening here. There was no flooding. There was no disastrous fire at cetera. And i it put me a wear. And then several years later i started losing my spruce and so on it's called needle cast of the only thing i can recommend right now is that spraying has not been shown to be very effective. It's worth a try. Especially if you have a really dominant tree. You have to put her preventing coating on and then some prayer behind that but the chances are you shouldn't be planting the colorado type spruce not. Colorado spruce is a big category. There are the colorado green spruce which are quite common They grow on the high ground mountainous areas and so on as do the blue spruce then. There are blue spruce well. Let's put it this way. If you were to line out a thousand seedlings of colorado spruce one hundred of them might be a good blue spruce just the way the genetics mix. Then we come to those. That are highly patented. Hyman koster in the one call hoops. I where you're paying x. Dollars per inch of heights. Yeah ok well. They're all subject to the same disease mark and right now I don't speak as a fatalist. But i don't think i'd be planning any colorado spruce right now.

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Is it ok to transplant a Lilac in November?

Your Gardening Questions

02:20 min | 1 year ago

Is it ok to transplant a Lilac in November?

"Eric says my mother in law passed away earlier this year. And we're in the process of selling her house now before it sold. We'd like to move one of her lilac bushes to our house. Can you do it this time of year and one of the chances of it surviving. Well you can do it. This time of year period The odds on survival are pretty standing. Lilac is a pretty sturdy plant period. this this is good so having done that. With almost identical circumstances we moved lilac from a farm site to home here in the community that required a tree size ball. I think if i remember right we must ahead about a three and a half foot wide ball. goody keen twenty inches deep would have accommodated the four inch diameter tree. We we did that so that we were sure to get enough route with it and it was completely successful now like any transplant. It was set back a little the first year but it it really never Never showed any deficiency. The color stayed good. And then i can't remember whether it was the next year because we did have to use some top trimming little finning on the plant us because it was necessary for the plant sake as well as accommodating laws but i think it flowered the second year and that that plan is. I said he had a tree size route ball. It was at least eight feet high and four feet across with multiple stems. So yes go for it now. This is not well not a negative time of year to do it but get it in Was still fit for human to be out there digging and try to get a good sized root ball and then because of the time of year and it's almost always a practical thing try to dig a hole or get it at least started where you're going to put it then go dig the plant. Move it into That that open soil whole And adjust the size of the whole after you get the plant. Just don't let the roots dry out. At all. And i i would say it should be perfectly

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interview With Dr Paul Kelly

Physical Activity Researcher

05:23 min | 1 year ago

interview With Dr Paul Kelly

"A guest dr paul kelley. Welcome paul thanks. For having me only yeah. Great to have you I noticed that in your twitter handle you have narrow ball. Could you tell listeners. That beat about narrow boats and how fast they actually go. Very happy to try Let's get six name. Because it's only i guess about eight feet wide and it not navigates on the canals Sort of stay human built also ways that we have across the uk but of course in in europe and other possible as well and You know traditionally for moving cargo and austral- revolution five these days the recreational recreational ways that we have all the days so we can we walk around there about three three miles per hour. If you walk alongside even are and then every mile or so you jump off and A play with the law can help the boat rise off down to go over a hill. Something yes just a a wonderful way to to spend your time. So i only recommend if you ever get the opportunity to halacha. Yeah yeah what else staying in uk. I i saw quite a lot of those in in ways. And i i was in place I don't really know how to pronounce it in way. Well spot llangollen and they have these priests and you don't go under that fritz with the boat but you go on the brits. So it's a it's a big rates and you can go overnight till the debts. That's amazing amazing place. Yes this is a very famous bridge you described and it's spectacular and yes any of your listeners. You have an opportunity to visit. I highly recommend. Yeah yeah the way to relax going three miles per hour on kennel. So if we move to your personal and professional background how how did you come to this point in how. How did you move from travel behavior to physical activity shore. So i'm i guess. I'm a physiologist. By training i did my masters in in physiology sports physiology but towards the end of the course. I'm had a lecture from foster who kind of encouraged us to think about the population benefits of. I'm spoilt in activity as opposed to be performance. Siping looking at and this was kind of my first Steps into physical activity public health research and my dissertation with charlie ultimately my my phd and we ended up doing a project looking at measurement of i think as you mentioned in the introduction How how could self reported. Diaries travel logan of walking cycling. And and yeah. It was kind of looking at menton in great detail and come to try Understand some of the strengths and limitations and alleges that is really led me to focus now on things like evaluation which can rely heavily on on measurement and and also you know the science that we do suddenly the concentrate. Science relies on measurement in some way. So you know it's a really nice Avenue into into multiple different study designs and areas of research and new said about evason How'd you out to define the to what what is excellent difference between evaluation and research congressional To be careful because mine definition may may may not be the right one and may disagree with You know your listeners. And other people me. Research is is quite tightly bound by the radical constraints or heretical considerations and might might be bound by the paradigm and certain methods. You know we might immediately think of the evidence based sorry. The hierarchy of evidence from evidence based medicine privileging certain study designs study types either others whereas i think evaluation is is much more focused on real world decisions have to be made regardless of whether the perfect study design as possible and you know therefore we have to be flexible in our approaches to what we can learn about the world and we learn about policy and health promotion to try and at least offer some useful evidence for that for the next round of decisions decision. Making so you know. I don't know thousand your question. But i think it it. It goes some way to kind of outlining. How i might see the to is as not being exactly the same thing. Yeah i get your point and an s you wanted to bring this up dc. It's

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How to deal with the bulbs from canna over the winter

Your Gardening Questions

04:33 min | 1 year ago

How to deal with the bulbs from canna over the winter

"You open the show about talking about the Kanta plan a little bit and I just got some of those and I really had no experience about how whole winner is does and preparing for the spring planning and then how to manage stuff. So maybe A little bit too that various dirty plan. Now, first of all, there are some little stop growing at three and a half four feet, and there are some go almost eight feet. The the the summer growth is well, pretty tolerant. Most everything that happens then comes this time of year I will generally speaking and there's no real hurry about it but the top of the Cana is very, very tender. It is a semi tropical it is going to be killed. Above ground with the first heavy freeze. Frost may not do it but having freeze now, I don't worry about that because the part and I'm going to protect is well, maybe just a kinship, an inch or two above ground line, and then the great big tutors that are well, I'll call them tubers that are under the ground. I freeze even second, probably will not interfere with the and you WanNa keep so I always allow. The talks to be killed it gives them the last chance to make food and so on, and then all of a sudden freeze kills the top. At that point. They will start to dry. So I aid that a little bit have to be careful with cars and catalytic converters, but I throw a pile about a pile but a pad of newsprint under my car because the. Limited. Space. I then we'll will if possible divide those clumps of roots and tubers or primarily though I would knock off generally possible. But at the same time on, knock off excess soil, then I want that whole mass to dry down but the the underground part itself will have skin over I'll call it something like an onion and that portion seals the rest of the plant that we're going to save soon as those plants have dried down and I can literally knock off the rest of. The soil and can divide them. If I wish at that point, I will take them then and I save old potato sacks that are you know a lot of airflow through them I will sing those with Well, if there I used to have several varieties of Canada, I would mark the bag. So I knew which ones which anymore I have just one group of of an Orangey Red and quite brilliant orangey red. But in any event I will hang the dried root mass. In onions acts or tomato set well, tomato and potato, both all of those things I have nails on the floor Joyce under my family room and I hang each beg. For one nail to the next and the next so that they can hang dr there'd be some air circulating through so that there's very very limited chance of any disease carry over you. You have already dried them so they shouldn't turn mushy from any. Well, let's just say there's not likely be any disease so that I hope takes you on through then the next possibility, they can hang their and I've I've never checked thoroughly, but my crawlspace. Room probably doesn't get below about forty five or fifty. That's just A good or wonderful temperature to keep these dormant and so on. Now, if I WANNA rush the season I can pull down they come out of the bag, but in pots and potting soil, and then start them to grow. So when may fifteenth clears I can go ahead and put a a a growing plant out in the yard in place or I can let them hang or if I have as they have in the past forgotten them, I can still plant them in the ground and with no growth roughly fifteen or a little bit before that because tops won't be up yet and you're just start the plant over again. So I. I have talked to people who can't find enough friends to give. Plants to their the the plant can divide when it's in really good soil it can develop way beyond the meat so you can give away some plants at some point in

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How GM Built A Car For The Moon

Past Gas

04:00 min | 1 year ago

How GM Built A Car For The Moon

"Before mankind got so much as a sputnik into space, we were already dreaming of what cars would look like on the moon and other planets and the one thousand nine, hundred, fifty s Collier's magazine profiled german-born American rocket scientists, Verner von Braun full name and Verner Magnus. Maximilian Freiherr von Braun. and his Astro Utopian Masterplans for America to explore and colonize the galaxy. The articles were here in one thousand, nine, hundred, fifty style hype with scenes featuring the swaggering title man will conquer space soon. So soon, one of the articles imagined moon exploration that made use of free surface vehicles quote tank like cars equipped with Caterpillar Treads for mobility over the Moon's rough surface power is provided by an enclosed turbine driven by a combustion of hydrogen peroxide and fuel. Oil The vehicle was twenty five miles an hour on flat ground. Since gravity on the moon was only one eighth of that on Earth von Braun poetically pictured the space cars would be followed by a quote spray of dust, which settles almost immediately like a bow wave on a motorboat. That's pretty that's cool image that's visual to imagine the tractors. Each weighing ten tons would drag three trailers, a piece of gear and personnel in preparation for a six-week expiration involving fifty crew members. Crazy I love this sort of like blue sky kind of speculation. Yeah that's why Popular Science was one of my favorite magazines as a kid 'cause they always had like crazy tack on the cover and like all this speculation as to what it would be able to do and I don't think much of that has come to fruition. Maybe maybe less impressive but equally important ways. I. There is a shift in what we focused on and now much of the focus of technologies just collecting our data. So we can. That's a fair point. He sold things. It's like we're not focused on like space cars or. Travel are like we don't have like a passenger jet that breaks the speed of sound anymore but. They know what adds to give me and they know how how often I leave my house? Yeah. I keep getting served ads for crocs. I've been looking at them. I would I. I love him. I love mine. I had served that I really agree with because I was a hold out for a long time and I was like crops are dumb and then once I finally gave in to crocs, it was one of the best days. So yeah, there's a the the six week exploration involving crew members. That's a lot of dudes. Like like. I've mentioned going to space before and like like it's always three people you know. Let's what it feels like. It'll be sick to be up in space with fifty people. That'd be more. More, fun. I think there's a lot of that like there's like a a segment of sci-fi where it's like there's only four people in the space craft in one of them is a killer. Yeah. But like I feel that scenario would be a lot harder to posit when there's fifty people. That isn't that the premise of Jason X. where he goes to space I it sounds like something that would do. Yeah. They'd. Like they're like. I think it's the guy with. Hockey masks. Eight foot tall. Can't be too sure. Don't want to jump to any conclusion. Anyway an article in the series entitled Can we get to Mars imagine a similar scenario with tank like space tractors that would drive the living quarters on the surface of Mars this time traveling from a pole of the planet, all the way to the equator. Pretty Fun in

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Snow-Cainado May Be Tied To Prof Barnabas T. Viles Weather Machine

The Topical

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Snow-Cainado May Be Tied To Prof Barnabas T. Viles Weather Machine

"Information is still pouring in about the deadly snow K. NATO which struck southern California earlier this week here's what we know so far. The freak weather event was reportedly made up of over five thousand simultaneous frozen tornadoes linked together in a massive swirling monsoon, and over the last three days, it is buried Los Angeles in eight feet of snow. Many residents have been forced to evacuate their damaged homes only to be sucked up into the deadly cyclones or washed away by giant waves of what witnesses called hot ice. The mayor of Los Angeles called a state of emergency on Monday, we don't have snow K. NATO emergency plan. So I've activated the typhoon, Tornado flood and ice storm plans simultaneously. Immense Not really working very well. So how did this happen? The National? Weather Service issued a major update just last night warning that this unprecedented combination soon, Nami hailstorm main. May Be linked to a weather destabilizing machine built by professor Barnabus t vile

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England hospitals warn of virus test shortages

AP News Radio

00:0-1 sec | 1 year ago

England hospitals warn of virus test shortages

"Forecasters the group that represents are warning hurricane hospitals Sally in England could bring historic says a rainfall shortage of and covert flooding nineteen of up testing to eight feet is as jeopardizing well as heavy efforts winds and tornadoes to restore medical as it services makes landfall I'm late prepared Tuesday for or a early potential Wednesday surge along in the corona northern virus Gulf cases coast this winter national hurricane center NHS senior specialist providers Stacy Stewart says says inadequate Sally is testing forecast is to be leading a cat to increased one but absences don't let that fool in the NHS you it's going to be I stopped historic members flooding of forced along to self with the isolate historic rainfall well that's they because of and how their slow family the members storm is moving wait water for test depths results more than six after feet possible maybe eight exposure feet deep to the virus in some C. areas E. O. and Chris that's up Hopson to you know the says hospitals roofline are working he also in the says dark watch out they don't for the storm know why surge the shortages or the ocean are level occurring rises up how the moves long inland they're likely areas to law that school don't or see how to graphically widespread the ocean Stewart they're likely says residents to be in southeast home secretary Mississippi Priti central Patel and southern the still Alabama to be seen the Florida more panhandle testing slots and possibly on home central testing Georgia kits and need are to being be made prepared available for hurricane as the mom Sally has risen I'm Julie Charles Walker Taylor that's not London

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Plodding and powerful, Sally moves in on Gulf Coast

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Plodding and powerful, Sally moves in on Gulf Coast

"Forecasters are warning hurricane Sally could bring historic rainfall and flooding of up to eight feet as well as heavy winds and tornadoes as it makes landfall late Tuesday or early Wednesday along the northern Gulf coast national hurricane center senior specialist Stacy Stewart says Sally is forecast to be a cat one but don't let that fool you it's going to be historic flooding along with the historic rainfall that's because of how slow the storm is moving water depths more than six feet maybe eight feet deep in some areas and that's up to you know the roofline he also says watch out for the storm surge or the ocean level rises up the moves inland areas that don't see the ocean Stewart says residents in southeast Mississippi central and southern Alabama the Florida panhandle and possibly central Georgia and need to be prepared for hurricane Sally I'm Julie Walker

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"eight foot" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"eight foot" Discussed on KOMO

"Call reported that a child has been attacked in there were multiple weapons inside the house on one hundred thirteen street South Park clip about a minute or two deputies arrived at the scene they radioed for help saying the suspect was attacking them and they needed priority it back up that's when Pierce county deputy Cooper Dyson was the first to respond for help and head to the scene that was Dyson was racing to the scene to deputies radio they were still in a fight in the suspect was trying to get to a shot gun in the home the five minutes later another call in the nine one one reporting a cards crashed into a building the thirteen hundred block of one hundred twelve street east medics and police arriving at that scene finding appears county sheriff patrol car the crashed in that building and that was the vehicle of the deputy Dyson who died at the scene twenty five year old deputy Cooper Dyson had only been with the department for a year come on who's learned he was married with a two year old child in his wife is pregnant with her second child it is indeed a developing story we're following here through the morning hours also deadly crash in Snohomish county happened a little after twelve thirty this morning on cell phone five just north of state route five twenty six twenty investigation or between ever to Mill Creek the state patrol says one person killed in a multi vehicle crash three other people were hurt and rushed to the hospital we're still waiting for their conditions Bellevue roads remain flooded helpful drivers ignoring rolled close signs latest now from Kamel's call Miller people just will not believe you said it sixty eight feet people looking more like a small river this is northeast twenty first St in Bellevue just off of one hundred fortieth Avenue if you actually have to stop you're done copy owns a business here and after trying to stop a few people from coming through some tried and failed at one point four cars had been left stranded we can't see your black water as brown water it's dirty what he stands this out the driver had to swim to safety really up to drivers to be extra cautious out on the roadways Bellevue police reminding everyone it's not worth the risk in trying to get across this is a pretty significant weather.

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"eight foot" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"eight foot" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Shows that teachers are most effective when applied to the back because there's more muscle there and oppose also learned that teachers are less effective than he'd assumed he says part of the problem is they're unlike any other tool an officer Kerry's if you think about the baton it is just a remarkably simple piece of equipment if you think about the human hand it's very complex and fragile but the cop has actually control over it and pretty much knows what I can do the gun is a very old reliable piece of equipment with a known outcome pepper spray is literally hot peppers the going your eyes never take your mucous membranes the taser is this complicated piece of machinery with electricity and its success is contingent on a lot of different factors of human physiology and lock it's the most complicated thing a cop has on his or her belt so the Burlington police department went looking for some simple or solutions or the department spent about a quarter million dollars to buy an outfit this truck they call it the emergency response vehicles officer Greg short says he carries everything the cops here could possibly need in case of a mental health call her hostage negotiation or any other crisis I mean we have robots on here we have night vision goggles we have thermal imaging we have reaching tools in here like what you see maybe the fire department has I mean this is basically a rolling Swiss army knife of kind of but this is not your typical like swap vehicle if you will your I'm not gonna open up a panel and young is like a missile launcher here that's not that's not what this truck was meant for at all the truck has tools on it to help us control situation a possibly hostile situation and hopefully deal with that situation take care of the situation in a nonlethal way officer short jumps up on the back of the truck I'm lots of panel and pulled out an eight foot long metal this semi circle on about the size of a man's chest it's called a wide are.

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"eight foot" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

06:58 min | 2 years ago

"eight foot" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Performance on you we celebrate championships in sports we like to see people win would like to see people be at their best but being at their bus doesn't always mean winning and that was brought home in stark reality over the weekend at the Argentine open golfer Brandon Matthews was attempting an eight foot birdie putt to extend the playoff when a fan yelled out in the middle of a stroke he flinched and miss the plot so for more on the background about that we're delighted to be joined now by professional golfer Brandon Matthews on the shell pencil of informants line with new Shelby power Nitroplus premium gasoline now with four levels of defense against drunk where corrosion and friction branded thank you for being with us this morning so just take us through what happened Sunday afternoon in Argentina your lighting a what eight foot putt for birdie that would have kept the playoff going yeah well first of all thank you have me on this morning guys and yeah it was it was about an eight footer you know is great there golf a lot of great shots coming down the stretch then we got to sharks third playoff hole there he dreamed about a thirty footer used the call that he every thought that hit look like it's going to go and if it didn't go at so who's kind of actually suspecting him to make it to be honest with you Travis watch it all day so you know got over that eight footer and you know in that kind of moment it's almost like a deafening silence if you guys ever been to a golf tournament where it's kind of coming down to last year old there's that kind of crowd especially with what was at stake at at that event and you know kind of took it back for the noise flinch on the part a little bit and yeah at that point I thought it was an intentional loop which I was a little disappointed in but obviously found out later that that was not the case and and and what was the case of the person who yelled out for those that don't know yeah so you know I went in the locker room was actually making a few phone calls to some some family and friends and the tournament director came in and notify me that it was a middle aged man with down syndrome that catalog control those emotions got a little excited and immediately I just asked to be taken to the guy because you know obviously at that point I knew that was intentional and there wasn't a guy's fault and I want to make sure that he knew that I wasn't upset didn't want anybody to be so upset at him for him to be upset at himself so how did that how did that conversation go how did that that meeting all grow yeah you know it was great obviously there was a language barrier so I need it Claudio there the former director to help me out a little bit but basically you know I went out there was greeted with probably one of the best greetings I have ever seen in my whole life the the smile that was on this guy's face and how good he gave me something on a lot of definitely never forget but you know just overall over the next few minutes I just wanna make sure that he had an enjoyable weekend watching it off and want to make sure that he basically remained a fan talking to Brandon Matthews was again professional golfer on the shell Pennzoil performance I've ever branded if you've been surprised by just how much reaction this story has gotten since this happened absolutely amazed you know it was honestly was just something that I had to do I wasn't expecting anything from and I just knew I knew I had to do it and it was the right thing to do and that's why I went out there just want to make a guy feel good and I didn't want him to lose interest or be turned off to the game by that little incident and you know at the end of the day there's like I keep saying there's a lot of a lot of things that are bigger than golf in life and that was one great example of that we'll Brandon with as you with this morning people need to understand had you won that event had gone on to continue to play and win not only would you have had a chance to play at the open championship which is the oldest championship in all of golf what would have got you chance to be on the Korn ferry tore which for people that don't know used to be the web dot com tour which is the feeder tour to the PGA which is where you want to be so there was a lot on the line with that part yet the way you were raised and what your mother has done made you realize that this was more important making sure that fan understood he wasn't at fault yeah you know it was yeah it was kind of the last back and chance that I had to get shot make sure that I retain status up there on you know I've been out there for the last few years and unfortunately just didn't have a have a great year this year didn't play really that great at all John you know kinda had one last back and chance if I was able to win this past week and ended up winning at the tour championship down there in Miami that I would have snuck in the top five to end up getting status back but you know that's that's just something that really you know doesn't matter at this point but you know the way I was raised in being around people with mental disabilities my entire life you know what I did was way more important than any offer and for those that for that don't know me refuse mother manage group homes at his best friend had a sister with down syndrome so obviously he was very sensitive to that brand we appreciate the time this morning and unless we we we look for to hoping to get you back out there and better things coming for you well I can say certainly they're all kinds of ways to win and you certainly one on Sunday with the way you handle the situation we appreciate your being on with us thanks thanks for and I greatly appreciate you have me on thanks guys you got a muscle okay just how how mad he had to be your when that happened all the way to get I didn't realize all the way into the clubhouse until you turn the director came in and told him and then instantly just just a one eighty got to go talk to got to got to got to got to have to go meet what we always say context matters all right and and in that in that in that moment where as you said the bitter disappointment of a chance to it was all there for I mean not only getting a chance to play in the open championship which by the way is the coolest thing in the world and then to get back on to the web dot com tour which is the way for him to get to earn his living yeah for him to realize that quickly wait a minute there's something much more significant going on here kudos to Brandon Matthews and he is officially a friend of the show have one little word and we wish nothing but the best for Brandon I wish I could give him the Chaco taco I've taken from Victor I'm sure that would help ensure that a log I'm sure that would have helped change everything from random math we went back to food really quickly all right coming up next we'll get you set for the Thursday night football game tonight and the rest of the day after that start when it comes.

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"eight foot" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"eight foot" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"With six to eight foot seas in Nantucket sound the fairies stated the doc like everybody else go on and that they and tech and the third day in a not today not it is what it is there's nothing they can do about the weather so hope I know everybody stressed in trying to get somewhere but there's not much you can do and I'd rather get there then get halfway there Arlington's town manager Adam Chapdelaine vowing to do whatever it takes to restore citizen trust in the police department more than a thousand residents have signed a petition in the aftermath of police lieutenant Rick but during his call for police to meet violence with violence Chapdelaine feels the town has been transparent in the handling of the per treaty case we are bound by some legal constraint based on the fact that this is an employee employer matter but we have actually push the barriers or the boundaries of what we can share legally about this matter in an effort to be as transparent as possible I understand what it's not satisfied some but I do think we push the borders of how far we can go and being transparent about this matter just a lane says they've already acted on some of the recommendations contained in the citizens' petition including hiring an outside group to conduct a bias assessment of the police department at keeping padrone on desk duty a fall in the US China trade war the president announcing the first phase of a trade agreement both sides say this thirteenth round of talks has moved the ball China's vice minister told the president we have made substantial progress in many fields we at happy about it Mr trump notes the language of this phase one agreement hasn't been drafted he helps it'll be ready by an economic conference in Chile next month maybe it'll be then or maybe it'll be sometime around then the president says China has agreed to protect US intellectual property and increase its purchases of American agricultural products he says a tariff increase planned for next week will go into effect Stephen port no I CBS news the White House and this developing story tonight a member of the trump administration is moving on the president says acting homeland security secretary Kevin mac lean and is stepping down three.

"eight foot" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"eight foot" Discussed on KTRH

"In Houston public works deputy director Jeff Weatherford says conditions are improving in some areas the good news is that the body system seems to be receiving the water flow is falling in them there are still a few of them searches hunting by United ten buffalo by you at Mylan downtown at shepherd they're still outside their banks but everything seems to be falling with the exception of the sand several river he says the east and west forks of the same descent or expected to rise at least another foot overnight before cresting early tomorrow he's a public works reporting a domestic waste water spilled the east tex freeway in Parker road due to today's excessive flooding as of late this afternoon spills estimated more than a hundred thousand gallons those with city water don't need to take any action as their water is not affected but those with private water supplies are wells in that area should boiler distilling drinking water until further notice two deaths now confirmed from tropical storm bill that in southeast Texas in Harris County man died today in a van that was submerged after driving in the eight foot high floodwaters in north Houston two other people were rescued from that van meanwhile Amanda Jeff. and county died after being electrocuted while moving his horse hunter more Sinopoli drowned after he was electrocuted late Wednesday or early Thursday hundreds more had to be rescued from high waters today Houston police chief art Acevedo describes water rescue operations across the city the air and marine units with the usual police department we have four motion three team members promoting the king would and greens point area we had our H. P. marine unit actually brushed over a hundred six folks and we're still counting we also had a high water vehicles deployed and swap vehicles primarily in the king what area in the greens point area today's flooding was rough for those traveling by car or by airplane as for how things look now Steve run the with the Houston airport systems as it's a different story depending on which airport you're going to air carriers and hobby have reported they should be almost one hundred percent in operation tomorrow I H. will be starting a slight delay schedule and it will be receiving inbound flights beginning at all four hundred and headed to bush intercontinental airport be sure to take the JFK Boulevard entrance because of continued high water the fifty nine will Clayton parkway interchange K. T. R. H. news time ten for Houston metro monitoring road conditions and planning to make a determination early in the morning on whether the H. O. V. lanes will be re opening time for the morning commute service on metro bus routes to metro rail was restored earlier this evening but due to the conditions customers may encounter detours and longer than expected travel times a lot of school closures for tomorrow some of the biggest Houston ISD Galveston ISD Channelview ISD Conroe ISD and all dean I isti as well as the humble I SD also colleges like gallust in college university of Houston Clear Lake Texas Southern University university of St Thomas and South Texas college of law Houston a complete list of closures ease up at our website K. T. R. H. dot com Astros Ralph tonight the low but we can series gets the angels of minute maid tomorrow you can hear the actual hearing K. T..

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"eight foot" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"eight foot" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Can live free. We've got video of the ceremony that took place this morning. You can check it out in the news ninety six point five WDBO app. News ninety six point five Orlando turns first for severe weather. I'm meteorologist, George Waldenberger will stay very warm well into the evening, we'll look at your extended five day forecast four times an hour. I'm Daniel Vargas. Things are starting to cool down. We've got no more rain activity in the area right now. It's clear and ninety in Orlando are consumer warrior Clark Howard is next. But as we continue our team coverage, I actually have an update on that death investigation underway in cell would police on willow street say that they're focusing on a white car. Now sixty five year old man died from a gunshot wound there and the six thousand block your by neighbors, say they heard gunshots around five this afternoon and deputies say that the victim lives nearby, and he's widely known in that area troopers right now are looking for the driver who they say, hit and killed a sixty two year old woman in Orange County and just kept going channel lions Q McCray has a description of the suspect's car. A black colored Chevrolet SUV with the Florida gator decal on the rear side. They say this hit, and run it happened right here on OBT between forty first and forty third street, a man that has been accused of the murder of a Winter Park. Woman is expected in court to ask for rule changes to his trial documents suggest that Scott Nelson will ask to come in at eight AM instead of four so that he can sleep later. During his trial. If found guilty during his trial next month, he could face the death penalty. A twenty six year old woman is recovering after she was tacked by an alligator. She was swimming in upon in port Saint John over the weekend. Dave Nygaard helped her out of the water. Next thing we know we pour out and her side and her thought was open thirty seconds later. I say gator had bought up the eight foot. Gator was captured by trapper.

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"eight foot" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"eight foot" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"One seventy three Eighty-three. You're not really think it is important that we look at the pyramid to make sure we have the right asset allocations, and we have the right money put aside for the right objectives and retirement, but many people overlook this. So I I really want to look at our strategic development process. Okay. I don't wanna make an offer out to the listeners right now. If you're one of the next thirty callers, we'll go through a strategic. Development process hand by hand. Just with you on our customized eight-foot whiteboards in the office. Now, first of all will review your tax returns to uncover the long-term tax issues like diaries may have or your capital, gains and social security taxes. These are all big enemies and retirement, we call them financial termites, we need eliminate those you call an exterminator. When you have bugs, don't you? Call your financial exterminator. Let's let's be let's be a fee hitman here. Let's get rid of some of these taxes. Yeah. We also need to stab wish your retirement income go, and that's money needed to cover the cost of enjoying your lifestyle. Not just getting by but enjoying your lifestyle. And we need to find an cover ways in your own portfolio in your own savings that can do this for you and many times it's right in front of your eyes. But you don't see it. We do a lot of a lot of times, we spent uncovering different ways that you could be in a better place. Then we also analyze your current investments to establish the real cost and fees and the calculated risk exposure. Level. We even run a morning star report from third party MorningStar ranks mutual funds right to show you the hidden fees. The the risk you may not realize inside the mutual funds or ETF portfolio. You have with the money manager. If you're paying money manager in the money management turns around and puts you a mutual funds. Now, you're paying a mutual fund fees to so many times you're overpaying to get management that you could have done on your own. Wow. So be very careful on that whilst the help you determine the percentage of assets needed to protect future income needs considering taxes and inflation that is the most overlooked aspect of any financial plan is looking at your future income needs and factoring in future taxes and inflation and making sure you're going to be a head of the curve in retirement. That's the most important part of any financial plan is to make sure it's called a retirement plan. And it must have the future income needs built.

MorningStar eight-foot
"eight foot" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"eight foot" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"I really think it is important that we look at the pyramid to make sure we have the right asset allocations, and we have the right money put aside for the right objectives in retirement, but many people overlook this. So I I really want to look at our strategic development process. Okay. I want to make an offer to listeners right now. If you're one of the next thirty callers, we'll go through a strategic. Development process hand by hand. Just with you on our customized eight-foot whiteboards in the office. Now, first of all we'll review your tax returns to uncover the long-term tax issues like diaries may have or your capital, gains and social security taxes. These are all big enemies and retirement, we call them financial termites, we need eliminate those you call an exterminator. When you have bugs, don't you? That's very so call your financial exterminator. Let's let's be let's be a fee hitman here. Let's get rid of some of these taxes. Okay. Yeah. We also need to establish your retirement income go, and that's money needed to cover the cost of enjoying your lifestyle. Not just getting by but enjoying your lifestyle. And we need to find an cover ways in your own portfolio in your own savings that can do this for you and many times it's right in front of your eyes. But you don't see it. We do a lot of a lot of times, we spent uncovering different ways that you could be in a better place. Then we also analyze your current investments to establish the real cost and fees and calculated risk exposure. Your level. We've even run a morning star report from third party MorningStar ranks mutual funds. That's right to show you the hidden fees. The the risk. You may not realize inside the mutual funds or ETF sorry portfolio. You have with the money manager. If you're paying a money manager in the money management turns around and puts you in mutual funds. Now, you're paying a mutual fund fees to so many times, you're overpaying to get management that you could have done on your own to be very careful on that whilst the help you determine the percentage of assets needed to protect future income needs considering taxes and inflation that is the most overlooked aspect of any financial plan is looking at your future income needs and factoring in future taxes and inflation and making sure you're going to be ahead of the curve in retirement. That's the most important part of any financial plan is to make sure it's called a retirement plan. And it must have the future income needs built.

MorningStar eight-foot
"eight foot" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"eight foot" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"You know, really think it is important that we look at the pyramid to make sure we have the right asset allocations, and we have the right money put aside for the right objectives in retirement, but many people overlook this. So I I really want to look at our strategic development process. Okay. I don't wanna make an offer out to the listeners right now. If you're one of the next thirty callers, we'll go through a strategic development process. Hand by hand. Just with you on our customized eight-foot whiteboards in the office. Now, I will review your tax returns to uncover the long-term tax issues like diaries may have or your capital, gains and social security taxes. These are all big enemies than retirement. We call them financial termites, we need eliminate those you call an exterminator. When you have bugs, don't you? Right. So call your financial exterminator. Let's let's let's be a fee hitman here. Let's get rid of some of these taxes. Okay. Yeah. We also need establish your retirement income go, and that's money needed to cover the cost of enjoying your lifestyle. Not just getting by but enjoying your lifestyle. And we need to find an cover ways in your own portfolio in your own savings that can do this for you and many times it's right in front of your eyes. But you don't see it. We do a lot of a lot of times, we spent uncovering different ways that you could be in a better place. Then we also analyze your current investments to establish the real cost and fees and the calculated risk exposure level. We've and run a morning star report from third party MorningStar ranks mutual funds us right to show you the hidden fees. There's the risk not realize inside the mutual funds, ATF's or investment portfolio. You have with the money manager. If you're paying a money manager in the money management turns around and puts you a mutual funds. Now, you're paying mutual fund fees to so many times you're overpaying to get management that you could have. Done on your own. Wow. So be very careful on that. Whilst the help you determine the percentage of assets needed to protect future income needs considering taxes and inflation that is the most overlooked aspect of any financial plan is looking at your future income needs and factoring in future taxes and inflation and making sure you're going to be head of the curve in retirement. That's the most important part of any financial plan is to make sure it's called a retirement plan. And it must have the future income needs built in or it's not it's it's with worthless. To me if it doesn't have that built in. That's right. We also.

ATF MorningStar eight-foot
"eight foot" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

04:40 min | 3 years ago

"eight foot" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Planning and could have lameta total retirement income plan taking into account all necessary. Details. The coach let's talk about structuring portfolio to match investor goals in retirement. Yeah. Now that sounds technical doesn't it? And I I hate it when we get to technical in the money world because it really doesn't have to be. No, I it really doesn't it fogs up people's vision makes things confusing. It does. And I appreciate you being here. I'm glad we're going to open up this topic because you are known as the master of simplicity. Well, and I've taken it once that further, you know, a picture is worth a thousand words sure in our office. We have massive eight-foot whiteboards that explain this investor pyramid. We also have explained the investor will of one hundred now we have the four buckets of money from taxable all the way to tax free. Okay. And we have these gigantic whiteboards that put it all into context. Now. What does that mean for someone listening will I what we do is? We map out where you are right now. Right. A we we analyze everything you have you. Call out to us. We right right on the whiteboard. We look at it right in front of us where everything is. Okay. Sometimes it's the first time anyone's ever seen this three ring binder, and they get all these statements that are thirty or forty pages long. I have no idea. What it means? Exactly. So let's put it in context on eight foot whiteboard. And then let's like. John man used to do what's diagram out where the money should be? Okay. All right. So here it is now boom. Let's put it over there. It's fine right there or boom, if the market crashes, you're gonna lose this much. That's right. Let's make sure we get it in the right place for the right time for life as great have risk. But as you get close to retirement, the theory is the more risk you take the more gained. You get. Sure. I I could dispute that over and over again from what I've seen in my life. I see people taking a bunch of risk and not making anything. That's right and investing in hedge funds because I heard hedge fund on CNBC years ago. Sure. And the hedge fund guys make a lot of money on you. You don't make any money. So we need to make sure to diagram at all out and make sure we're in the right place. So the first diagram is a triangle. Okay. Picture a triangle? And that's a lot more. I guess understandable than talking about the structuring a portfolio match investor, golden retirement triangle death. Yeah. So let's look at the triangle bottom part of the triangle is the biggest can we agree on that? Sure. Yes. And that's where you have your needs. What you need to live on it needs to be in the Bonaparte. So you need to have money built in for. They're not only today not tomorrow. But for the rest of your life, you need to know that that need part of the triangle is going to refill each and every year. Okay. So what are we talking about with our needs here? I'm assuming this isn't our vacation. So are we talking paying for housing paying for food basic income and survival need? Okay. Okay. We call it for what whatever it takes to keep a floor under your feet and make sure your feet aren't getting too skinny because you're not eating good. Okay. So the the needs and blip of people ever looked at and a lotta times they intermingle wants with knee. There you go. All right. If you have any children or grandchildren, you understand Watson needs straight need, everything in their mind. But really, most of those are not necessities. They're luxury. Right, right. But it's nothing wrong. If you have money built up to have the wants and needs covered. Well, that's even better. Exactly. And that's my goal was to make sure we have wants needs and legacy all -ccomplish. All right. So look at the triangle now, we've got the needs. That's the bottom part. Right. And then we have the middle part. The watts. This I want that. Will you have enough money to have it? You have a right plan put together and you've done the right thing will. Yes, you can fulfil the watts. Okay. And no one's more happier than buying the watts. Although my daughter was the happiest I've ever seen her the other day, which she cleaned her closet out. Oh, really? A lot of stuff down to goodwill because it was cleaner. Okay. Right. So we get some of the things she never wore. She's only eleven right. But you buy things and impulsively. Right. And if you would have saved that money could have bought a lot more probably in the future, but you buy too much many times. And then you have that great feeling when you quarter. Yes. Yes. We do the same thing in the financial world when someone someone came in. They had eight different CD's and eight different banks. Okay. They also had all different vestment counts. Spread out. Okay. They had no idea where everything was how can you manage that? I mean when you look at a mutual fund, which is a collection of stocks in a basket, right? Each mutual fund company science two or three analysts for about two or three stocks. Okay. Their job is to keep track of those two or three stocks for forty hours every week. So how can we Thomas as individual investors? Keep track of more than that. Yeah. No. I it completely makes sense. And I couldn't imagine the cluttering like you're saying in your head, the worry, if you have so many products that you're having to look after so many different assets that you're having to manage it has to be terribly frustrating and terribly worrisome as you're preparing for retirement. Well, it's like you're playing checkers and the Wall Street guys are playing chess, and they are just using.

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"eight foot" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"eight foot" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"We look at the pyramid to make sure we have the right asset allocations, and we have the right money put aside for the right objectives in retirement, but many people overlook this. So I I really want to look at our strategic development process. Okay. Don't wanna make an. Offers listeners right now if you're one of the next thirty callers, we'll go through a strategic development process hand by hand. Just with you on our customize eight-foot whiteboards in the office. Now, first of all will review your tax returns to uncover the long-term tax issues like diaries may have or your capital, gains and social security taxes. These are all big enemies and retirement, we call them financial termites, we need eliminate those you call an exterminator. When you have bugs, don't you? Call your financial exterminator. Let's let's be let's be a fee hitman here. Let's get rid of some of these taxes. Yeah. We also need establish retirement income go, and that's money needed to cover the cost of enjoying your lifestyle. Not just getting by but enjoying your lifestyle. And we need to find a cover ways in your own portfolio in your own savings that can do this for you and many times it's right in front of your eyes. But you don't see it. We do a lot of a lot of times, we spent uncovering different ways that you could be in a better place. Then we also analyze your current investments to establish the real. Oh, cost and fees and the calculated risk exposure level. We've run a morning star report from third party MorningStar ranks mutual funds. That's right to show you the hidden fees. The the risk you may not realize inside the mutual funds or ETF, so investment portfolio. You have with the money manager. If you're paying a money manager in the money management turns around and puts you in mutual funds. Now, you're paying mutual fund fees to so many times, you're overpaying to get management. You could have done on your own. Wow. So be very careful on that whilst the help you determine the percentage of assets needed to protect future income needs considering taxes and inflation that is the most overlooked aspect of any financial plan is looking at your future income needs and factoring in future taxes and inflation and making sure you're going to be head of the curve in retirement. That's the most important part of any financial plan is to make sure it's called a retirement plan. And it must have the future income needs built in or it's not it's it's with worthless. To me if it doesn't have that built in. That's right. We.

MorningStar eight-foot
"eight foot" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:31 min | 3 years ago

"eight foot" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Plan with your goals in mind. Let's talk about structuring a portfolio to match investor goals in retirement. Yeah. Now that sounds technical doesn't it? And I I hate it. When we get too technical in the money world because it really doesn't have to be. No, I it really doesn't it fogs up people's vision makes things confusing. It does. And I appreciate you being here. I'm glad we're going to open up this topic because you are known as the master of simplicity. Well, and I've taken it one step further. You know, a picture is worth a thousand words, right? Sure. Our in our office, we have massive eight-foot whiteboards that explain this investor pyramid. We also have explained the investor investable of one hundred now we have the four buckets of money from taxable all the way to tax free. Okay. And we have these gigantic whiteboards that put it all into context. Now. What does that mean for someone listening will I what we do is? We map out where you are right now. Right. A we we we analyze everything you have you. Call out to us. We right right on the whiteboard. We look at it route right in front of us where everything is. Okay. Sometimes it's the first time anyone's ever seen this three ring binder, and they get all these. Statements that are thirty or forty pages long have no idea what it mean. Exactly. So let's put it in context on eight foot whiteboard. And then let's like John man used to diagram out where the money should be. Okay. Right. So here it is now boom. Let's put it over there. It's fine right there or bomb if the market crashes, you're gonna lose this much. That's right. Let's make sure we get it in the right place for the right time for life as great have risk. But as you get close to retirement, the theory is the more risk you take the more gained. You get sure I could dispute that over and over again from what I've seen in my life. I see people taking a bunch of risk and not making anything this, right? And investing in hedge funds because I heard hedge fund on CNBC years ago and the hedge fund guys make a lot of money on you. You don't make any money. So we need to make sure to diagram at all out and make sure we're in the right place. So the first diagram is a triangle. Okay. Picture a triangle? And that's a lot more. I guess understandable. Then talking about the the structuring a portfolio match investor goals, retirement triangle death. Yeah. So let's look at the triangle bottom part of the triangle is the biggest can we agree on that? Sure. Yes. And that's where you have your needs. All right. Okay. What you need to live on needs to be in the Bonaparte. So you need to have money built in for. They're not only today not tomorrow. But for the rest of your life, you need to know that that need part of the triangle is going to refill each and every year. Okay. So what are we talking about with our needs here? I'm assuming this isn't our vacation. So are we talking paying for housing paying for food basic income and survival needs? Okay. Okay. We call it for what do whatever it takes to keep a floor under your feet and make sure your feet aren't getting too skinny because you're not eating good. Okay. All right. So the the needs and people have looked at and a lotta times they intermingle wants with knee. There you go. All right. If you have any children, grandchildren, you understand Watson needs stray need, everything in their mind. But really, most of those are not necessities. They're luxury substrate, but it's nothing wrong. If you have money built up to have the wants and needs covered. Well, that's even better. Exactly. And that's my goal was to make sure we have watts needs and legacy all -ccomplish. All right. So look at the triangle now, we've got the needs. That's the bottom part. Right. And then we have the middle part, the watts this. I want that. We'll good you have enough money to have it there. You have a right plan put together and you've done the right thing. Well, yes, you can fill the watts. Okay. And no one's more happier than buying the watts. Although my daughter was the happiest I've ever seen her the other day when she cleaned her closet out. Oh, really? A lot of stuff down to goodwill because it was cleaner. Okay. Right. So we get some of the things she never wore. She's only eleven right. But you buy things impulsively. Right. And if he would have saved that money could have bought a lot more probably in the future, but you buy too much many times. And then you have that great feeling when you quarter. Yes. Yes. And we do the same thing in a financial when someone someone came in. They had eight different CDs at eight different banks. Okay. They also had all different vestment count spread out. Okay. They had no idea where everything anything was. Wow. How can you manage that? I mean when you look at a mutual fund, which is a collection of stocks and a basket, right? Each mutual fund company science two or three analysts for about two or three stocks. Okay. Their job is to keep track of those two or three stocks for forty hours every week. So how can we Thomas as individual investors? Keep track of more than that. Yeah. No. I it completely makes sense. And I couldn't imagine the cluttering like you're saying in your head, the worry, if you have so many products that you're having to look after so many different assets that you're having to manage it has to be terribly frustrating and terribly worrisome as you're preparing for retirement. Well, it's like you're playing checkers and the Wall Street guys are playing chess ran they are just using your money and taken advantage.

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"eight foot" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"eight foot" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"One seventy three three, you know, really think it is important that we look at the pyramid to make sure we have the right asset allocations, and we have the right money put aside for the right objectives in retirement, but many people overlook this. So I I really want to look at our strategic development process. Okay. Don't wanna make an offer out to the listeners right now. If you're one of the next thirty callers, we'll go through a strategic development process hand by hand. Just with you on our customized eight-foot whiteboards in the office. Now, first of all will review your tax returns to uncover the long term tax issues like diaries may have or your cap. Gains and social security taxes. These are all big enemies than retirement. We call financial termites, we need eliminate those you call an exterminator. When you have bugs, don't you? So call your financial exterminator. Let's let's be let's be a fee hitman here. Let's get rid of some of these taxes. Okay. Yeah. We also need establish your retirement income go, and that's money needed to cover the cost of enjoying your lifestyle. Not just getting by but enjoying your lifestyle. And we need to find an a cover ways in your own portfolio in your own savings that can do this for you and many times it's right in front of your eyes. But you don't see it. We do a lot of a lot of times, we spent uncovering different ways that you could be in a better place. Then we also analyze your current investments to establish the real cost and fees and the calculated risk exposure level. We even run a morning star report from third party MorningStar ranks mutual funds us right to show you the hidden fees. The the risk you may not realize inside the mutual funds or ETF's or portfolio you have with the money manager. If you're paying a money manager in the money management turns around and puts you a mutual funds. Now, you're paying mutual fund fees to so many times you're overpaying to get management that you could. Done on your own. Wow. So be very careful on that. Whilst the help you determine the percentage of assets needed to protect future income needs considering taxes and inflation that is the most overlooked aspect of any financial plan is looking at your future income needs and factoring in future taxes and inflation and making sure you're going to be head of the curve in retirement. That's the most important part of any financial plan is to make sure it's called a retirement plan. And it must have the future income needs built in or it's not it's it's it's worthless. To me if it doesn't have that built in. That's right. We also.

MorningStar ETF eight-foot
"eight foot" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

04:39 min | 3 years ago

"eight foot" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Legacy planning and could have lameta total retirement income plan taking into account all necessary. Details. The coach let's talk about structuring up for folio to match investor goals in retirement. Yeah. Now that sounds technical doesn't it does. And I I hate it. When we get too technical in the money world because it really doesn't have to be. No. And it really doesn't it fogs up people's vision makes things confusing. It does. And I appreciate you being here. I'm glad we're going to open up this topic because you are known as the master of simplicity. Well, and I've taken it once that further, you know, a picture is worth a thousand words sure in our office. We have massive eight-foot whiteboards that explain this investor pyramid. We also have explained the investor will of one hundred now we have the four buckets of money from taxable all the way to tax free. Okay. And we have these gigantic whiteboards that put it all into context. Now. What does that mean for someone listening? We'll I what we do is. We map out where you are. Right now. A we we we analyze everything you have you call out to us. We right right on the whiteboard. We look at it right in front of us where everything is. Okay. Sometimes it's the first time anyone's ever. Seen this three ring binder, and they get all these statements that are thirty or forty pages long. Have no idea what it means. Exactly. So let's put it in context on eight foot whiteboard. And then let's like John man used to do what's diagram out where the money should be. Okay. All right. So here it is now boom. Let's put it over there. It's fine right there or boom, if the market crashes, you're gonna lose this much. That's right. Let's make sure we get it in the right place for the right time for life as great have risk. But as you get close to retirement, the theory is the more risk you take the more gained. You get sure I could dispute that over and over again from what I've seen in my life. I see people taking a bunch of risk and not making anything. That's right and investing in hedge funds hedge fund on CNBC years ago shore in the hedge fund guys make a lot of money on you. You don't make any money. So we need to make sure to diagram at all out and make sure we're in the right place. So the first diagram triangle. Okay. Picture a triangle? And that's a lot more. I guess understandable. Then talking about the the structuring of portfolio match investor goals retirement. Triangle def. So let's look at the triangle bottom part of the triangle is the biggest can we agree on that? Sure. Yes. And that's where you have your needs. All right. Okay. What you need to live on needs to be in the Bonaparte. So you need to have money built in for. They're not only today not tomorrow. But for the rest of your life, you need to know that that need part of the triangle is going to refill each and every year. Okay. So what are we talking about with our needs here? I'm assuming this isn't our vacation. So are we talking paying for housing paying for food basic income and survival need? Okay. Okay. We call it for what whatever it takes to keep a floor under your feet and make sure your feet aren't getting too skinny because you're not eating good. Okay. That's a good way to. All right. So the the needs and blip of people overlook that. And a lotta times they intermingle wants with knee. There you go. All right. If you have any children or grandchildren, you understand Watson needs trainee, everything in their mind. But really, most of those are not necessities. They're luxury. Right. But it's nothing wrong. If you have money built up to have the wants and needs covered. Well, that's even better. Exactly. And that's my goal was to make sure we have wants needs and legacy all -ccomplish. All right. So look at the triangle now, we've got the needs. That's the bottom part. Right. And then we have the middle part, the watts. I want that. Well, good you have enough money to have it there. You have a right plan put together, and you've done the right thing will yes, you can fulfil the watts. Okay. And no one's more happier than buying the watts. Although my daughter was the happiest I've ever seen her the other day, which she cleaned her closet out. Oh, really? A lot of stuff down to goodwill because it was cleaner. Okay. So we get all excited some of the things she never wore. She's only eleven right. But you buy things and impulsively. Right. And if you would have saved that money could have bought a lot more probably in the future, but you buy too much many times. And then you have that great feeling when you unclutter. Yes. Yes. We do the same thing in the financial world when someone someone came in. They had eight different CD's and eight different banks. Okay. They also had all different vestment counts. Spread out. Okay. They had no idea where anything was. Wow. How can you manage that? I mean when you look at a mutual fund, which is a collection of stocks in a basket, right? Each mutual fund company science two or three analysts for about two or three stocks. Okay. Their job is to keep track of those two or three stocks for forty hours every week. So how can we Thomas as individual investors? Keep track of more than that. Yeah. No. I it completely makes sense. And I couldn't imagine the cluttering like you're saying in your head, the worry, if you have so many products that you're having to look after so many different assets that you're having to manage it has to be terribly frustrating and terribly worrisome as you're preparing for retirement. Well, it's like you're playing checkers and the Wall Street guys are playing chess, and.

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"eight foot" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"eight foot" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"So I shared with you earlier on the show the story about my cousin who I grew up with and her husband and her were driving across the country from Vancouver Washington to Louisville Kentucky to start a church to plant a church out in Kentucky, and they were pursuing something that. Was meaningful that they felt they were being called to to use their talents to hopefully affect change and help others grow and find meaning in their lives. And unfortunately, her life was cut short in a moment's time. While they were driving through Colorado my cousin and her new husband. There was a sudden accident forty eight foot steel pipe bounding down from the above lanes. The westbound lanes that were elevated, and it came barreling down the embankment and collided with their car in a moment's notice. My cousin was gone, and we've all had these moments in life where it just becomes so evident it just hits us where we become acutely aware of. This fact that life is short that all of our days are numbered. Nothing is guaranteed. And so we ought to be asking ourselves and one of the things we talk with our clients a lot about here keystone of trying to fulfill this mission of helping our clients live richly is if you. Were to pass away tomorrow or you were to find out the tomorrow was your last day. Would you look back on your life right now and feel satisfied with the life that you've lived in? If the answer to that is yes, what a blessing. But if you're like a lot of folks, and there have been times in my life, where I would probably have not answered that question as a yes, what are you doing today to change that what are the things that you're doing today to change that? And why am I talking about this on a financial radio show? Well, the reason is because it keystone wealth partners. We live where your life meet your money. That's our role in our clients lives is how do we help align? The things that mean most to you when they intersect with your money. How can you make thoughtful intentional decisions that are aligned with the things that matter most in your life? What are the money moves you need to make to pursue those things and accomplish those things because at the end of the day money is simply a tool in our lives and the strategies of how do we reduce taxes and? How do we minimize risk or how do we get more growth there? How do we increase more income? How do we create more of a legacy? Whatever is important to you. It's important to you for a deeper underlying issue than just having more money in your account. It's a tool, and if you have an adviser right now, who's not talking to you about these sorts of things you ought to be asking yourself. What am I getting from this relationship? What are we doing here? Again, our mission at keystone is to help you live richly, and one of the things that we think is really important is to avoid procrastination something that we all have a difficult time. Avoiding and I wanna talk to you about the eight dreadful effects of procrastination that can really destroy your life and your money number one..

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"eight foot" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"eight foot" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"I like it, by the way. Let me explain what my release. Patta. I don't I go God for the casino. The eight foot black guy wearing a purple fedora over the feather hanging out of it in black duster made a swathe go. Okay. Then he'd come back and go anybody out there like that he'd go now. Nobody just one eight foot black door or fell. Sway duster go. Well, that's the guy talking. Okay. Well, then that guys feather. I'm seeing that's an angel in the reruns Buffy comeback two thousand six sound right. No now, that's when that video was made that that song that songs all eighty but there's a punk rock song that you've found sound quite punk rock. Well, they. Singing about actresses that never southern nineteen first off. It's the essence. No punk rock. They had a lot of stupid ones. Like they had a lot of Holiday Inn Cambodian stuff like that. They weren't punk like crazy like green day's bureau spirit. Like weird punk. Yes. Singing glam punk singing about a dead. Actress let me hear it again. Buffy Buffy come back to me something with MRs Beasley that was her doll OT. These lay she oh deed. Got a kick in the harpist because she's in having right? Yeah. Is she?.

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"eight foot" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"eight foot" Discussed on 600 WREC

"But the smaller ones they're like eight feet in there are much more flexible, and if I run that through there, I find that within about three or four feet. I've I've hit some, you know, they're usually I find some hair or something like that. And you pull it out and that frees it right up. I I suspect now I would love to have some expert plumber would call us and let us know. But I suspect you just have a little bit of hair blocking it there. As far as I think, it's the I think it's the the trap. There's rally clean that out. It's it's a much easier. You can run chemicals would I don't find that there's effective knocking are going to be more. Excuse me. I didn't mean to talk remark, but chemicals are going to be like, they're usually like corrosive type products are gonna just basically like eat through whatever's in there in there. I can eat through your pipes and damage though. So I think like Joe was suggested a mechanical actually some way of unclogging airtight apart and cleaning it out is going to be a more environmentally friendly way of doing it. If you can get to it. Yeah. It's quicker. Can you get to that trap under your I I can't? So that then eight foot snake? Rented it one of the big box. Now, you can buy ten or fifteen less than twenty bucks. Keep it in your keep it at your house. But yeah, Mark this what I found though, is you you can run it down the drain of your tub. But what I found is you get a better shot at it. If you want if you unscrew that it's it's I wish I knew the name of it. But it's the little lever around little part in. It's still in the tub, but it's up about a foot or so to overflow. Yeah. If you pull that off, and you drop it in there, you get a nice straight shot at it. And I found it's an easier way to to get everything. And I've had that exact problem. I don't know in your home was built mine was built in like fifty two. And that's just a regular problem. We have is, you know. Now, one little little kind of quickey side note, you can also put plenty of water in your tub, but run some water up in it. Let it start draining and just take your good old plunger and put it over the exhaust and put a of put a little towel or something in the overflow and give it to three pumps. And if you've got some Algiers something built up in there that will usually rip it loose pretty quick and let it drain on down. Yeah. Just kind of as little quickie side side angle kind of thing to it that if you've got some growth in there, and you probably do almost everybody does of heaven that water flowing through and having that change in pressure real quake will often shake that loose. Yeah. That tonight. But I I suspect. Yeah. Just just get yourself like a little eight foot snake? And that thing is it's a handy tool. You're gonna use it again. And again, I'm sure, but but yeah, luckily, you didn't have to tackle what I tackled this week marks. So you got an easy problem. All.

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