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The Slow Regrowth of Vulnerable Coral Reefs is Solvable
"Minds. Sarah, Hamlin I'm a scientist Mike Marine Lab in Florida and myself is growing car rates forty to fifty times a spade that Karl grows in the wild. Now there's a number of reasons while Koru is really important I mean who doesn't love going out snorkeling and seeing colorful reefs teeming with beautiful fish but they also provide us with goods and services whether that be tourism or employment the food table. And Florida align every system he is estimated to be worth about eight billion dollars not only that but these race protect I landed property from things like storm surge. So really good example of this is Hurricane Irma which was in two thousand seventeen had twenty five foot waves heating the Florida race track down in Lewke where I am and we had a storm surge at building, which is in Summerlin K. of only five foot. So we didn't have a rift system they're healthy ray system there you can imagine that that storm surge those waves would really decimate the land. So I I can hear your Australian accent Australia of course, famous for the Great Barrier Reef what's going on with climate change and coral reefs around the world? Well, wide was seeing a great reduction in live Carl Kaba So this is across the well whether it be Australia United States or any Pacific Ocean island nations. You might have heard of coral reefs as the rainforest say and that that's saying is because even the car reefs tyke out less than one percent of the seafloor. twenty-five percent of nine marine species actually rely on car roofs. At some stage of their life we're seeing Wolmar, she anik temperatures. We're seeing a lot more pollution going into the oceans, and this is resulting in las of live Carl tissue almost as much. If any consequences of climate change, I can think of the people who are really in contact with this are shocked and appalled and upset at a level that those of us who don't come into coral on a into contact with Karl on a daily basis. I don't really get I mean I have your you're in the Florida keys I have a nephew who's into a skin diving and spearfishing in Miami and he's a young guy, and just in the years he's been doing this the coral around Miami I mean he's like shocked and upset when he sees it and says, he can't really fish anymore just because of the change in the last decade, we have lost around ninety percent of that Caro cover in the last forty or fifty years and some of the race in the. Case now or the Florida Reef tractor as low as between four and six percent starting Caro cover, which is quite loy. So we're talking on zoom you have a fantastic backdrop of coral and I don't know enough to know what kind it is but we hear these terms like staghorn coral and I heard of Elk Horn coral what are the main forms of coral that you're working with and what do they look like? We have branching corals and we have massive Carl's so branching Caro's the Stag owns the call and you. Can picture what the antlers of a staghorn or alcorn look like they look exactly like that. So skinny branch is really perfect three dimensional habitat for fish and shrimp and all the Little Rafe critters out there, and then we've got a massive Carl's and these might be brain corals essentially look like the folds and grooves of a brain stock Carl's have They polyps alike little cop. So little stars and their every feeling Carl's they the Carl's that are creating the race and really growing that lodge Rafe structure that remained stable off the storms
"elk horn" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"A high of seventy six in elk horn, sixty one cut. Hey, fifty seven fifty four in Milwaukee at WTMJ. Time for the fun blog. And we're going to have some fun this weekend, Saturday, and Sunday, the Bloody Mary festival going to be on the plaza outside fi serve forum for the first time joining us from Bloody Mary fest is Evan Weiss. Good morning Evan. Good morning. So you travel around the country and do this. We travel to ten different great cities throughout the year. New York Stanford Cisco often, and this is the first time that the festival visits Milwaukee or all the participants here, Milwaukee going to be local or do you bring in some from around the country, we, they're all local Wisconsin. It's the Bloody Mary festival, Wisconsin are all local to the state, but this particular festival is really stacked with some great local, Milwaukee bars restaurants, like Lubeck kitchen and AK, bombers sky, knees and settlement. So we're, we're, we're celebrating the state, but we're really stacked locally and Bloody Mary. Out different. Can they be oh? They can be well. Festival looks for recipes that, that use creative and innovative ingredients. So just an event with a bunch of traditional recipes would be boring. So what we're finding is really popular now. R Mata infusion. So we have participants that are infusing Bucko with Chinyere and to converse, in hot peppers to really take t to really take the Bloody Mary to the next level. What's unique to Milwaukee in Wisconsin is over the top, and garnish also everybody's favorite dish. Knit the siber- as someone who's an expert in bloody Marys. Evan undis- putting that title on your plate right now. What, what would your advice be to someone who, maybe is looking to have their first Bloody Mary, who doesn't like bloody Marys what may be wants to, to get them because they are pretty delicious? What would your advice be to look out for, for someone special topping special mix? Well, the most important aspect of a good Bloody Mary, a well-made Bloody Mary is that the ingredients need to balance each other one ingredient, can't overpower the other. If it spicy, you, you can't just be overwhelmed with hot sauce or pepper or horseradish. I think people that don't like bloody Marys fall into one of two camps either they don't like tomato juice, or they just haven't had a good Bloody Mary. Nathan them is with the Bloody Mary festival mill Wisconsin that will be coming to the plaza outside fi serve a forum. It's going to be this Saturday and Sunday Saturday. It starts at ten thirty Sunday. It starts at one thirty. The other thing I think people forget, Evan is they really need to be really cold. Don't you think there's nothing worse than a warm? Bloody mary. There's nothing worse than a warm. Bloody Mary really cold. I don't know. I think I think chilled. I it sounds good. You sound like my husband. My husband is British. So you'd never want to have a really, really cold beer. Well, check it out. Is it free or people just show up in how is this going to work? No attendees, purchase tickets. And you can find ticket in ticket info at the Bloody Mary, fest dot com. Attendees, get to taste and enjoy. They'll.
"elk horn" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Five various lanes closed between airport boulevard and elk horn and the enterprise boulevard on ramp to east eighty also closed Brian stark, news ninety three point one B K. Mostly sunny this afternoon up to the low eighties. Partly cloudy tonight, low forty nine tomorrow, partly sunny, cooler, I seventy one was a clouds at some Monday. I seventy two I'm AccuWeather meteorologist John Feerick is ninety three point one K F B K seventy seven percent of rural counties lacks officiant primary healthcare. Blue Cross Blue shield is working to fill that gap by placing former military medics in communities improving access for the health of America. The Lou Cross Blue Shield association is an association of independent locally operated. Blue Cross and Blue Shield companies. Hey, folks, spring means it's time to get your land and shape, and that's why you should demo attractor for my good friends with Mahindra their tractors tough reliable easy to operate fuel-inefficient powerful and backed by a seven year limited powertrain warranty. And during the Mahindra demo and Dr sale you can get up to twenty five hundred dollars in cash back and savings on an IMAX twenty S H S T with implements. That's more. Tractor for your money. Plus, Mahindra has a great family owned dealer network gonna answer all your questions. Learn more about Mahindra's demo and Dr sale at Mahindra USA dot com for purchase of emax twenty S H S T now through June thirtieth two thousand nineteen visit your dealer or go to Mahindra USA dot com. Take advantage of rock bottom prices and great financing on new Mahindra subcontract, compact or utility tractors or Mahindra utility.
"elk horn" Discussed on WTVN
"Status is coming under scrutiny. ABC news is still waiting for the Federal Aviation Administration to respond to its freedom of information requests about the process made after the first max crash last year. ABC news contributor, Tom hotter. Former National Transportation Safety board investigator says more could have been done to vet the airliner they need to question and evaluate all the manufacturer claims, and perhaps that wasn't done as rigorously as I should have been President Trump has dispatched vice president Pence to Nebraska today. The survey midwest flooding damage in Lincoln pipeline failed at a water treatment plant mirror. Chris Butler calling on residents and businesses to reduce their water. Use Lincoln's water is safe to consume the fighting has not contaminated. Our water supply record snow and cold followed by rapid warm-up made water levels rise so much in rivers like the elk horn river that days later, some neighborhoods are still underwater ABC's GIO Benitez Nebraska, hundreds of homes flooded in several states about two hundred miles of levees compromised. Kevin to Shahara head of Warner Brothers movie studio step down one of the highest ranking Hollywood exects yet to be filled by sexual misconduct charges. Suji HARA one of the most powerful people in Hollywood is leaving the studio a little over a week after the Hollywood reporter published text messages between Ciara and an aspiring actress which suggested an exchange of sex for acting roles after that article came out sued apologize to employers and said, he deeply regrets mistakes he's made in his personal life. ABC's? Jason Nathanson in Hollywood, Nazis on the police force. The Chesterfield county Virginia police department suspended a school resource officer amid allegations he is a member of a white nationalist group. The police chief wants that officer fired. You're listening to ABC news..
"elk horn" Discussed on KOMO
"Status is coming under scrutiny. ABC news. Still waiting for the Federal Aviation Administration to respond to its freedom of information requests about the process made after the first max crash last year. ABC news contributor, Tom hotter. Former National Transportation Safety board investigator says more could have been done to vet the airliner they need to question and evaluate all manufacturers claims, and perhaps that wasn't done as rigorously as it should have been President Trump has dispatched vice president Pence to Nebraska today to survey midwest flooding damage in Lincoln pipeline failed at a water treatment plant mayor Chris Butler calling on residents and businesses to reduce their water. Use Lincoln's water is safe to consume the flooding has not contaminated. Our water supply record snow and cold followed by a rapid warm-up made water levels rise so much in rivers like the elk horn river that days later, some neighborhoods are still underwater ABC's GIO Benitez in Nebraska, hundreds of homes flooded in several states about two hundred miles of levees compromised. Kevin to she HARA. Head of Warner Brothers movie studio step down one of the highest ranking Hollywood exects yet to be felled by sexual misconduct charges. Hara one of the most powerful people in Hollywood is leaving the studio a little over a week after the Hollywood reporter published text messages between an aspiring actress would suggested an exchange of sex for acting roles after that article came out apologize to employees and said, he deeply regrets mistakes maintenance personal life ABC's Jason Nathanson in Hollywood, Nazis on the police force. The Chesterfield county Virginia police department suspended a school resource officer amid allegations he is a member of a white nationalist group. The police chief wants that officer fired. You're listening.
One-third of Offutt Air Force Base underwater
"Back in Nebraska, military, officials say one third of off air force base was heavily flooded off. It is. Home to strategic command which oversees America's nuclear forces west of Omaha the elk horn river rising ten feet above flood stage record snow and cold followed by a rapid warm of made water levels rise so much in rivers like the elk horn river that days later, some neighborhoods are still
"elk horn" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Ron Hersi with your five o'clock news break police say they've arrested the suspect in a deadly Netherlands tram shooting. Euro news reporter Brian Carter says the name of the suspect has been released Thirty-seven-year-old Goodman attend as according to the authorities. This man has been condemned in the past for several different violent acts, but he wasn't known to have a terrorist ties. Three people were murdered several hurt in the incident today shooting has been characterized as a terrorist attack historic flooding in the midwest has claimed three lives and forced hundreds from their homes. The national weather service says the flood waters are washing over the Missouri and Mississippi River basins in BC reporter Jay gray is in elk horn. Nebraska water is just overwhelming here and really across the flood zone right now, it's moving into areas. It's never been a Martin county judge ceiling surveillance video and pictures. Has taken inside and outside of a spa shut down for alleged prostitution and human trafficking. Surveillance video allegedly shows customers on camera engaging in sexual acts which might include New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft, who's charged with two counts of soliciting prostitution at Jupiter day spa. However, an attorney representing more than a dozen of the accused man, it's fighting to keep the video and pictures from the spa crackdown from going public. In addition, the spokesman for the Martin county sheriff's office says the sheriff does not intend to release the videos to the public. Karen curtis. News talk eight fifty W F T L. Aaa says the Florida's gas prices increased an average of fifteen cents a gallon last week drivers.
Is Fear Driving Sales Of Monsanto's Dicamba-Proof Soybeans?
"Support for this NPR podcast and the following message. Come from Yahoo finance live. Are you ready for relevant? Financial news streaming anywhere without cable or a subscription. Tune into Yahoo. Finance live for eight hours of live market coverage. They're ready. Are you when a product is successful? Usually it's because people really like it. Right. But some farmers say they are buying a popular new kind of soybean seed, partly out of fear that if they don't they won't have a crop next year, the soybean is resistant to herbicides dyke Cambe and farmers say that the soybeans are driving other seeds out of the market. Now farmers are taking Monsanto to court claiming this is an antitrust violation and pears, Dan, Charles has the story the biggest new technology on midwestern farms. These days is a new family of soybean seeds the seeds go by the trade name extend their worth an estimated billion dollars a year to the company that sells them Monsanto now owned by. Bayer and Dennis Wentworth in central Illinois is. Totally on board. One hundred percent of the soybeans that we plant are extend soybeans these news. Soybeans have been genetically tweaked. So they don't die when you spray them with a herbicide called die Cambe now when worth can spray this weedkiller right over his fields of Cambe, tolerant plants it controls the week. It kills a week. That's bottom line. Doesn't doesn't affect the crop in just three years? These new varieties of taken over sixty to seventy five percent of the American soybean market. Farmers say they've made the switch because die cameras better at killing the weeds, some farmers also. Bayer say the new seeds produce a bigger harvest. But a lot of farmers say there's also a third reason for Randy Brazzale in southeastern Missouri. It was the only reason I just hit go along with the Cam. But program whether I like it or not Brazzale already had his seeds ordered for next year. Not the new die tolerance. Soybeans. He was going to use other weedkillers, but then in mid December. He got a phone call. I had a neighbor a friend. And who calls me, and he says I am going to have to go dot Gamba. And that changed Brazil's plans completely because the has this well problem, it's sometimes blows away after you spray it across property lines into neighboring fields. Lots of people have tried to stop this chemical companies have reformulated the product government regulators of restricted how and where farmers can spray it. They put these rules on the product label and still die. Cam bef- Hume's have curled up the leaves of sycamore trees and millions of acres of traditional Siberians across the midwest and the mid south so brattle said can't risk it happening to me. He cancelled his entire seed order bought the new Di Cambio, tolerant soybeans instead, then I have to get on the phone and call every other neighbor and say, listen, I did not want to do this. But I am gonna be forced grow dot Cambe. Will then that forces all those neighbor to grow deck in by will then they have to call older neighbors. And eventually what you have is a monopoly. Among the losers in this situation are seed companies that are selling competing products like rob Seco in elk horn, Nebraska. Rob Robinson is the CEO. We don't believe in extent. We think is too complicated is very difficult to meet the requirements on the label, and it causes too many issues with neighbors like fights over damaged crops. Robinson says he's lost customers over this. Most of them. He says wanna buy extend soybeans at least partly to protect their crops from harm because their neighbors are spraying die Cambe. He says it's part of the sales pitch for these new seeds at least on a local basis or being sold with this idea. So it's actively part of the sales processes prevent wait. What what do you mean? Exactly. You mean people selling extend are actually using this as a selling. Absolutely, yes. Seed companies will remind farmers if you plant extent soybeans you won't see any damage from Canada. You won't have that conflict with your neighbor. Now, how far that goes up the management chain it within Monsanto and now bear. I can't tell you. But I know locally that it that's the message several law firms now have filed a lawsuit on behalf of farmers arguing that Monsanto violated antitrust law by selling Cambe, tolerant seeds, the lawsuit claims that the company understood that the risk of drifting dot com, but could drive competitors out of the market Baier has asked the court to dismiss that lawsuit decision as pending. Bayer declined NPR's request for an interview about this issue in its public statements. The company insists that if cameras used properly according to all the rules. It won't cause any harm to neighbors. It says farmers are buying extend seeds solely because they offer better week control and higher yields. It also points out that reports of Di Cambe damage were down sharply last year after the company and other groups held hundreds of training sessions for farmers. The company's critics though say fewer crops are getting damaged in part. Because so many farmers have decided to buy Bayer's product crops that Cambe can't harm, Dan. Charles NPR news. This message comes from NPR sponsor. Comcast business. Business has always been driven by innovators. That's why Comcast business is helping you with technology that provides better experiences. Comcast business beyond fast.
"elk horn" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"A couple of minutes left for the bottom of the hour. There's some news Washington is we're watching it all day, and there's some news out of the supreme court as well. Right. Supreme court. Just breaking right now Justice repeater Ginsburg has undergone lung surgery to remove cancerous Nigel's, so Ruth Bader Ginsburg who already had some health issues. This even recently has gone under lung surgery to remove cancer now drills. You'll get more details on how her health is right now. But that's just coming from the supreme court back to the phones. Now, shall we? And let's see let's head to the west side bringing Caroline. Hey, caroline. What's issue? Yeah. Go ahead. I guess I really don't see them as trying to push a particular religion. And maybe if they had said something like supreme being the evil would have it's also people less, but I am more tired of the freedom from religion people. The country was based out of freedom of religion. And it seems like we have so many of the rabbits actions trying to push their beliefs on everybody else, and they're usually at minority and more annoying than anything. Thanks caroline. There's an agnostic view. It is amazing. Wrong word. It's not amazing. It is. This is interesting how you wonder how how how long before the folks from the freedom from religion foundation realize the they're doing more damage to their own reputation to their own cause to their own efforts by voicing opposition and causing uprisings of varying degrees. Four stories like this for a small community and a police department who has sent out a note like this and yet there to use the term again bit clowning themselves. They're doing more harm than good. They're ruining their the ruining their own. 'cause okay, that's what I'm trying to say. Elk horn. And Dan, you're WTMJ morning, Dan, done good. But what what do you think this is like do just political correctness stuff? I live on a small town Alcorn. It's like five thousand people. It's actually the post Christmas post town in the USA. They had the most. A few years ago across the street. They find a way, Dan, they find a way country is founded on died the bible, and Jesus anybody that knows the founding fathers in this country and stuff that's all nations created on that is one of the more Iran things, Dan, and we're up against the news here at the bottom that is one of the more ironic. Elements and all this is the role that Christianity and dare we say religion played in the founding of this very country. It's that time of the year is that time of the year. But nevertheless. Gutsy to by the police department to make that statement. Yeah. Well, it's Alabama to a little bit. It's a lot more. I don't think this is something that you would see from a liberal state, maybe like, California or New York or Massachusetts police department saying that this is happening because we turned away from God. And the Braves Satan may have not meant to do. So, but we have and it's time to ask for God's help to stop this. That's certainly plays a role in this thing discussion. Now, remember, it was all kinda walk that had the church signs when you entered Okada balk, what was it like city of churches or that was familiar to ago, and it was the freedom from religion folks who got upset about them. They're they're Wisconsin. Based in the they look far and wide for something to get upset about this week. They found it in Alabama. It is coming up on eleven thirty. A lot of news out of Washington is the shutdown looms at eleven o'clock central time..
"elk horn" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"The. A couple of minutes left for the bottom of the hour. There's some news out of Washington as we're watching it all day, and there's some news out of the supreme court as well. Right supreme court. Breaking right now Justice repeater Ginsburg has undergone lung surgery to remove cancerous Nigel's, so Ruth Bader Ginsburg who already had some health issues. This even recently has gone under lung surgery to remove cancer now drills. You'll get more details on how her health is right now. But that's just coming from the supreme court back to the phones. Now, shall we? And let's see let's head to the west side bringing Caroline. Hey, caroline. What's this issue? Yeah. Go ahead. I guess, you know, I really don't see them as trying to push a particular religion. And maybe if he had said something like supreme being the evil one south of people less, but I am more tired of the freedom from religion people the country. Is based out of freedom of religion. And it seems like we have so many of the rabbits actions trying to push their beliefs on everybody else, and they're usually at minority, and if I've been more annoying that anything. Thanks. Caroline. Mastic you. It is amazing the wrong word. It's not amazing. It is. Is interesting how you wonder how how how long before the folks from the freedom from religion foundation realize the they're doing more damage to their own reputation to their own caused to their own efforts by voicing opposition and causing uprisings of varying degrees. Four stories like this for a small community and a police department who has sent out a note like this and yet there to use the term again clowning themselves doing more harm than good. They're ruining their their ruining their own. 'cause okay, that's what I'm trying to say. Elk horn. And Dan, you're WTMJ morning, Dan. Hey, are you doing good? But what do you think? This is like, oh, that's just political correctness stuff. I live on mall town L. It's flight five thousand people. It's actually the post Christmas postcard, the USA law. Nativity saying a few years ago across the street, man. They find a way they find a way country founded on God, the bible, Jesus anybody that knows the founding fathers in this country and south. That's all nation hosts created on the bible that is one of the more ironic things, Dan, and we're up against the news at the bottom that is one of the more ironic. Elements and all this is the role that Christianity and dare we say religion played in the founding of this very country. If that time of the year Eric said, it's a time of the year. But nevertheless. Gutsy to by the police department to make that statement. Yeah. Well, it's Alabama to a little bit. It's a lot more. I don't think this is something that you would see from a liberal state, maybe like, California or New York or Massachusetts police department saying that this is happening because we turned away from God and embrace Satan may have not meant to do. So, but we have and it's time to ask for God's help to stop this. That's certainly plays a role in this. So fascinating discussion. Remember, it was all kind of a walk that had the church signs when you entered accountable. What was it like city of churches or high that was familiar to ago, and it was the freedom from religion folks who got upset about them? They're they're Wisconsin. Based in the they look far and wide for something to get in. This week. They found it in Alabama. It is coming up on eleven thirty A. Lot of news out of Washington is the shutdown looms at eleven o'clock central time..
"elk horn" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"I'm in my heart is bleeding purple too late over that. So how let's talk about you as an individual you. I asked you how the president should respond to these migrants. How would you respond to these migrants who are demanding fifty thousand dollars each? To go home. They went to the consulate yesterday with a list of demands and the biggie. Demand is fifty thousand dollars each from the USA, so they can go home extortion blackmail, or otherwise, let us in no strings and all live happily ever after. Why what what what power do they have? What what why do? They think they can make this demand. Oh. And by the way, if you're just joining us, the other demand is that we go to Honduras, and we remove in any way that we can their president Orlando Hernandez. I believe the name was. And I'm not familiar what he has done or not done for the country. But for some reason these migrants have a gripe with the dude and they want him taken out. And they've given us seventy two hours to respond to all of this. Now, you know, if it were Barack Obama he'd be shelling out the cash right now, you give them a credit card and say, yeah, do what you need to do. Allah, Iran, but this is a very different president. He's not gonna do that. So no way. You know? But this personally offends me. These people. What are they take us for now? I mean, we have to separate this out of maybe a little bit are these some spokespeople for this particular group. Although one said, no, we did this by a committee. You know, making these statements thus making the whole group look stupid, look bad and giving us this impression that they're all evil, or they all in on this, and they are evil demanding thinking somehow some way that this was a guarantee if they came here they were getting in and now it's a major disappointment because they're not so they should be paid for their efforts. I think one of the greatest problems we have it. I'll repeat this. And we gotta think long heavy on this. And I think there needs to be an investigation internationally probably one is happening with our Intel where did this come from? Was this a group of enterprising individuals who say we can make some money by selling these people on a myth that if they come to the United States, they will be let in and they can pay so much a piece to will guide them along the way give them a map all of that. And tell them that. Hey, there's no problem. You'll get in. They need you there. And when they got there so disappointed, hence, this fifty thousand dollar demand for each the migrants or was the government involved in trying to reduce their population of these poverty stricken individuals. So that would relieve them of some of their fiscal responsibility, some of these individuals, and if the government is involved, then what then what any aid that they're getting from us? And they all are we check this every one of them. That's gotta go that's got to go. And then we'll give them a taste of real poverty. Now when we send out economic aid. It's in the form of many things it can be medicine. It can be labor to fix build repair. It can be you know, equipment to do that. It can be military aid is aid. It doesn't always have to be money. It can be a lot of it going into Central America's medical. A medical technology medicines physicians to help out their physicians which very small population of physicians in Central America. All of that. I'm sure as needed by these countries, which are very impoverished. And the reasons they're impoverished, you know, this goes back to the dicta to'real mood of many of these countries they've been, you know, black off of their resources and their their richest because there have been certain individuals in each of these countries who've taken great advantage of the individuals in these countries in these people the population have allowed them to do that. And perhaps that's the problem with this president of Honduras, Orlando Hernandez, although we have had a pretty positive relationship for Honduras with Andreas for quite some time. So I don't know what the the guy batch is with these individuals who have come there with their president. Anyway, talk to me, how would you respond to these individuals that one fifty grand each? Fifty thousand dollars each. Or free admission to the United States of America. All right. That's one number two. That principle. I told you I'd get to it. Well. Some Nebraska's that are calling that principle the Grinch. And she is this is the principle that we talked about last week that is trying to steal every aspect from her school. It's an elementary school. And we all remember how excited we were about Christmas when we were going to school that was a very very big deal for us. We loved exchanging cards with our classmates on occasion, we gave presents to the teacher. Occasions. We gave presents to each other. Right. I mean, it's how it wasn't the school. I went to. But this particular principle was a big no from the beginning. Now, I don't know what our personal beliefs are. But she wanted nothing to do with Christmas. Nothing. And she said a memo out to the staff that prohibited. Practically everything in the way of Christmas decorations and other religious symbols. All right. Jennifer Sinclair of the Manchester elementary school in elk horn, Nevada, excuse me, Nebraska, Elko was placed on leave Thursday of last week. Following her directive that directive came out, and she was gone that didn't take any time at all. There's a spokesperson for the district. Her name is Kara purchase. She said the district would not come to comment any further on what happened to the principal, quote, the elk horn public school district administration promptly addressed this issue with the Manchester elementary school regarding that memo that was sent to the principal of the Manchester elementary school and staff the district said in a statement items prohibited by the Sinclair by Sinclair include Santa items Christmas trees, the elf on the shelf singing Christmas songs playing Christmas music, candy canes. Reindeer. Homemade ornaments gifts Christmas movies and anything that was red or green. The reasoning behind the proposed ban has not been entirely clear from anything the principles done or stated. This is a major mystery. Great. Great. Spokesperson would say, I'm hopeful we're gonna boy the discomfort. Of all of this directly. Now, the principal has made a statement. She said I'm sorry about this. There's a lot of questioning going on. I realized I made a mistake. I've seen your posts I've seen the copies of letters. And I know what I put your kids through that makes me uncomfortable. And I know how it doesn't make you feel good. She signed the memo the unintentional Grinch who stole Christmas for Manchester. Now, even the memo upset school staffers, prompting them to get in touch directly with the liberty counsel, Tuesday, Florida based group on the first amendment. Who an individual who happens to be the founder, and the chairman of that group said the memo was the most unique, and I would say outrageous example, he's seen censoring Christmas symbols ever says their inception. Now after the group said a district letter denying the band. Part of what.
"elk horn" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Celebrate the holiday. The principle of Manchester elementary school. Identified a FOX affiliate. There is Jennifer Sinclair sent out a memo earlier this week with guidelines as to what is considered appropriate for classroom decorations and assignments. Teachers reportedly were told that generic winter themed items such as sledding, and scarves and the frozen character. Is it Olaf? It is Olaf. Yes. Good job. We're acceptable. Clearly, I haven't seen that movie. Yeah. Decorations that included Santa Christmas trees reindeer green and red items and even candy canes, however were not acceptable for the elementary school. Candy canes is my favorite. Here's the deal with candy canes. You're gonna love this. The candy canes were prohibited because Sinclair deem them to have religious significance. Historically, the shape is a j for Jesus the red is for the blood of Christ. And the white is a symbol of his resurrection. This would also include different colored, candy canes. I I feel I go to church on a relatively regular basis. I never heard that in my life. Where did she get that? Well, it can't be right. I have no idea. But, but but I find it hard to believe that an eight year old elementary school student is gonna look who doesn't celebrate Christmas. Right. It's going to look at the candy canes and say, oh, gee, that's Jesus. The red is the blood of the white is a symbol of his resurrection. I've offended seriously. Man, the elk horn school district told Fox News in a statement, the memo does not reflect the policy of Alcorn public schools regarding holiday symbols in the school. The district's policy states the Christmas tree. Santa Claus and Easter eggs and bunnies are considered to be secular seasonal symbols and maybe display as teaching aids provided they do not disrupt the instructional program for students. Sinclair was placed on administrative leave as of Thursday morning. Like, I okay, I can understand if you don't want the manger with Rabi as ours. Heavens. And the wise men. Sure that I can say all.
"elk horn" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Kansas City. You're up next, Tim what's up? Hey, I'm doing great. Oh, hold on. Hold on. Your phone is now for some reason. Breaking up moving your head be real still. Carol west it's one now an honor to follow Colonel. Is it is it a great guys name? Yes. Yesterday. You were talking about President Obama making a marine holding up route. One thing. I wanted to point out about that is that that's a huge. No, no. Range do not use umbrellas marines. Do not hold umbrella. That was a Elvis. Sticking. When I saw that. I'd never seen that before. And I've seen a lot. But I've never seen one. Just standing there holding an umbrella over the president said, well, the question is steady. Now did he know that or did he not, you know, you mean Obama or the marine? Yeah. I know I know the marine knew better, but he's not gonna disobeyed the commander in chief. When he says, all my rela I speak. Exactly. And I I don't know if he got in any trouble for that. But that's a that's a big now now for marines. Just do not do that. That's. From boot camp. You don't do that. Well in some. Yeah. Well, there a lot of things that Obama did that nobody else had done either. Yes. I I watched over the years. And there were there were a lot of what I considered be disrespect. Failing to return a salute and things like this that slow irritating. And then this does he know better or does he not? Well, I think he probably does. Nobody just didn't care. That's that. That's my opinion as well. All right. Very much. Thank you. You know? Colonel west was just wishing me. Amir Christmas twice on the front and the back in. We have now a principal of Manchester elementary school in elk horn, Nebraska. Is banning Santa Christmas.
"elk horn" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"To be on the road in elk horn right now, it is thirty Waukesha sitting at thirty Madison thirty and we are at thirty here at WTMJ. Turkey day Turkey day twenty team earlier this morning. We had an opportunity to talk with Phyllis Kramer. She a Butterball Turkey talk line expert, and oh what a day it is for Phyllis and the entire team at Butterball working the phones. First question, I asked Phyllis was to kind of take us into her day. It starts very early. I got up at the crack it dawn at four o'clock, and we got dressed and came to work. So every and when I got here, there were a least twenty five people start here work. I mean already here dancing phones and answering and answering emails, so we're very very busy. People are very concerned about that Turkey. They're gonna serve today. And we're here to help them, absolutely. In the number. Of course. One eight hundred Butterball be UTD are B A L L Phyllis. I want like pull the curtain back a little bit. I picture you in a north Adams type underground bunker phone lines. Computer screens monitors everywhere monitoring things what is that room? Like and take us inside. If you could for a second, we're in an office building in a suburb of Chicago. So we're on the fourth floor, and when you walk in you'll see blue walls and the yellow Butterball logo with is on all the walls, and everyone right now, we have supervisors we have people from our PR firm are here, we have producers and cameras rolling and talking about Turkey, and that's gonna be on television this morning area, and we have at least twenty five thirty operators. And this is really just the start of the day for the rest of the crew we have up to fifty operators all the in here within a couple of hours ready to talk Turkey. What is the most frequently? We asked question or the biggest problem that you have heard from a callers over the years. Well, again, the biggest problem is fine turkeys out frozen solid. It's thanksgiving morning, and they have no idea how to do this. So that is our number one question every year. And this is the situation in your kitchen. Go ahead and take your frozen Turkey put it in cold water like in your kitchen sink. And then change the water every thirty minutes just keep it in the original package run. The tap water on it and then fill it up and leave it for thirty minutes, drain. It kill it up. Again. It will start dying very quickly that way takes about thirty minutes. A pound if it's hard frozen, but you can get it frozen as much as you can. And even when you go to start cooking it then it will you'll have a better cook. If you if you know the outside is starting to fall. And even if the inside is still a little bit throws him talking with Butterball Turkey talk line experts Phyllis Kramer. Phyllis. How long have you been an expert working the phones for ball? Oh, I've been here almost thirty years. Believe it myself. I have ten grandchildren, and I cannot believe that they can't believe it either day. No, I'm never around for thanksgiving. I show up after work, and and eat whatever's left of their Turkey dinner. So it's been wonderful over the years, and I've really enjoyed it. So after Phillips after all the work, you do you just stuck with the leftovers for that the rest of the family leaves you that.
"elk horn" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Commute around the area right now Grafton is at thirty elk horn thirty. Waukesha, thirty still twenty nine at WTMJ. Scott in for, gene. Very Nelson handling the news, very we talked about twenty minutes or so ago brought some of that audio back from fifty five years ago today. I hope it doesn't get lost. That's why I brought it back. I hope it doesn't get lost in the thanksgiving holiday. The rush in the festivities is a sad day fifty five years ago today, November twenty second. Of course, that infamous date in American history, the assassination of John F Kennedy you made an interesting point, you arrange your when we were playing back that audio especially that second one from the local k b o X radio reporter in Dallas just that frenzied sound in his voice that kind of breathless as I said hurried reporting, not sure what's going on. And you made a pretty accurate analogy s to some of the reporting we heard on nine eleven when even these reporters who are trained to be poised in some horrible horrific situations, sometimes events nine eleven or fifty five years ago today the assassination of president some. These events in the emotions take over even the best reporters on like, you said, it's the frenetic energy of the moment. And it just overtakes you, and you don't really know how to handle it you wanna handle it professionally. But personally, it takes over that emotion. And you want to get out as much information as possible being a news guy are being news person, excuse me. And and you're trying to get everything that's happening. And capturing everything in the moment. And I think that's what you hear with a lot of these a lot of these historical. Historical timepieces, is you hear it that those people trying to get as much in as possible and not taking the time to actually say, you know, exactly what's going on. But it it's the emotion of everything in, and I can only imagine what the emotion of it was fifty five years ago. I was here at night during nine eleven know, what the frenetic energy was. But you know, when a when a president gets assassinated, it's it's gotta be absolutely chaotic now, I did not know this. But you consider yourself. Kind of a JFK aficionado you made that maybe just kind of a interest of yours over your life. It sounds like what what can you maybe share? Is there a tidbit enoug-? It a fact that maybe people don't realize glaze over five plus decades later after reading as much as I have seen as much as I have being the history teacher that I am I have delved into into the JFK assassination quite extensively. I don't consider myself an expert, but like you said an aficionado. It's interesting to see all the angles. You know, there's been the scientific angle of Canada magic bullet actually pierced the skin of JFK and governor Connally can move different directions. There's been there's been scientific evidence that governor Connally was actually lower in the in the limousine. So the angles are correct. There's also been the there's been the mob angle. There's been the Russian angle there's been the Cuban angle where do you come down more than one shooter was Lee Harvey Oswald a conspiracy, I can't say for sure. What exactly happened and nobody really can. But I can tell you one thing. I don't believe it was justly Harvey Oswald. There had to be somebody else involved either somebody that put him up to it or a second gunman or a there's gotta be some sort of general conspiracy. Because they're and I'm not taking the Jim garrison back into the left head movement into into this at all, I'm actually taking you know, all the politics all the other things that were happening around JFK at the time and everybody that was not not in his camp because he was he was doing things in this country that weren't very popular. So I do believe there was some sort of conspiracy. That have it is fascinating. How fifty five years later? There is still heated debate over one shooter multiple shooters who was behind it who wasn't behind it. It's amazing. How that story certainly lives on the conspiracies continue to live on as well seven forty five. Thanks, barry. Appreciate your expertise on that. Seven forty five WTMJ. Let's turn our attention now to some sports headlines on your thanksgiving morning. Let's start on the hardwood last night at Pfizer forum bucks continuing their six game homestand with a thorough. I call it that one forty three one hundred defeat over the Portland trailblazers. It was a wire-to-wire win for the votes who led by nineteen in the first quarter in twenty two at the half Janas posted thirty three points and sixteen boards and finished one assist away from a triple double the trailblazers were playing game five of six game road trip. The bucks took advantage bucks. Head coach, Mike Buddha Holzer in a lot of credit to our guys how they play the focus the energy effort, the defense, everything, and you know, a little bit of a scheduling break tough tough night for them on a back to back and Chris Middleton added twenty one points. Eric bledsoe. Welcome brogden sixteen apiece. Greg Matzek WTMJ sports homestand will continue tomorrow night as the bucks. Take on the Phoenix Suns. Ones. Our coverage seven o'clock tomorrow night along the bucks radio network, seven o'clock right here, of course, on W T M J around the NBA last night. Lebron James returns to Cleveland and beats his former team Lakers over the Cavaliers one zero nine one zero five and late last night score of note, Golden State loses. Again, if you're scoring at home that has four straight losses now for the defending champion warriors. They haven't lost four to rope in five seasons. But they have now college basketball Marquette was up by nine over second ranked Kansas at halftime yesterday. But then the jayhawks went on a twenty two nothing run to begin the second half. And they beat 'em you seventy seven sixty eight so Marquette will continue their play the preseason NIT and they'll do so tomorrow night out in New York against Louisville Friday tomorrow night, six o'clock tip time for the golden eagles in the Louisville cardinals. You can hear that. That one at six on ninety four or five ESPN FM and five forty AM badgers and action today. It's a twelve thirty time in the Bahamas taking part in the now semi final round of the battle for Atlantis Wisconsin battles the Oklahoma Sooners twelve thirty that tip time to the NFL or the Packers are getting set to take on the Minnesota Vikings. It's under the lights. Don't forget Sunday night. And that means our coverage will begin at four o'clock with WTMJ's opening drive. Meanwhile, today a lot of football on this Thursday. There always is the bears. First place bears are in Detroit to take on the lion's, by the way, Mitch Trubisky..
"elk horn" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"That trend of falling from three point two to one point eight each we need to restore that one piece of that is going to learn how to manage technology better. So they don't constantly take the bait to flee. We have we have low quality substitutes for the thick communities in for the real friendships that are the life in life. Yeah. And that's a problem because those low quality substitutes are hugely attractive and unbelievably abundant no matter where you are. No matter when you're around. Walking down the street and a place you've never met anybody in your connected to the whole world. Would you point out in the book setting tech limits is smart thing to do to get a thickness back in your life? Average American is checking their iphone every four point three minutes, and it's not healthy. Not we've got a whole hour without doing that. We locked them up outside. Tecla because we're friends this is this is a little bit of Fremont right here at C span. Fantastic. Number three. Tell me quickly. Why should buy a cemetery plot? You have lots of opportunities in the world. Dr Arthur Brooks, president of a big thing tank. And it turns out you could just traipse across the globe from age fifty to fifty five to sixty to sixty five and all of a sudden, you're gonna rediscover your mortality, and you're gonna wish you had thicker community than you have. And it would be better to have the fact that you're finite in mind from the beginning and plan backwards from there. So that you invest as someone who's trying to grow roots. Not as someone who says, I kinda got a repotting problem. You know when you transplant a plot pot. I'm not a gardener. But evidently when you transplant pot plant one time, it still grows roots. And when you do it the second time in the third time in the fourth time it stops trying to grow roots. Because it somehow I don't know how this works in internalizes the idea that they probably just going to get cut off. And it was pointless. It was wasted. And most of us who've spent a lot of our time as mobile as a huge share of the reading public watching afterwards is. Most of us who spent a lotta time as mobile kind of think, well, we'll probably move again. So there's really no reason to get that to know that person two doors away from me. There's really no reason to host that person who doesn't have any transactional benefit to me in the short term. Well, there is both because they created with dignity, and you're meant to love them because you are benefiting from this community, and you should replenish it. And because you yourself shouldn't flee to Wrigley field to check the scores under the table. Just because one annoying person is talking at the dinner table. You should actually assume you're gonna still engage them again in six months six years. Even if you might move again, the better habit is to assume you're there, and so Melissa, and I I don't know nine eight nine years ago seven eight nine years ago decided to take my parents advice, and by cemetery plots up at Saint Pauls Lutheran church cemetery on the ridge over the elk horn river about twelve miles from our house. Do I think we'll never move again? I don't know. But we've decided to act like we're going to stay in this community for as long as we're there. If you always assumed that the place. Where you're living today is the place where you're going to die. Eventually you're going to be right. Not to mention the fact that it changes, your incentives BS mortar nomad, I wanna be clear that this book and the constructive. Half of it is not technophobe back. I think the digital revolution is fascinating. I've worked firm the Boston consulting group and McKinsey and company as you mentioned MacKenzie has this study out that says on the majority of the American workforce will probably be freelanced by three years from today by that it means that nobody will fifty percent of the public will not earn more than fifty percent of their total pay from anyone employer will begin cobbling together. Lots of different jobs, the shorthand for this is thinking about the Uber of the economy, but it's more complicated than that not everybody is really dealing with attack app. But humans are smart and our brains figure out how to produce more and more effectively over time and the curve of productivity is going to go like that which means the average duration of your job, and probably your firm and probably. Industry is going to get shorter and shorter. I think that's fascinating at the level of economics. I think it's fascinating at the level of technology. I think it's it's mixed and scary at the level of culture. But I don't want to imply that just because we're the richest people and by we I mean, middle-class media and American are the is the richest person in all of human history. I don't want to just say their material, benefits and spiritual costs material, benefits and spiritual costs and some potential benefits. But we're gonna have to figure out what those new habits look like. And so there's this guy Munger at Duke who's been doing some work on a three point O, which is essentially looking at the transition from agrarian to industrial to hyper industrial digital economics. And these folks who are thinking about what future nomadic society looks like people were nomad hunter gatherers throughout most of human history, agrarianism is when we first put down roots than we had this big disruption. We went to cities, and we tried to recreate a lot of what was great about agrarian. Now, as we go from urban industrial too much more mobile, I think some of the virtues we're going to discover or some of the virtues that humans used to know as hunter gatherers, we don't really know what all this looks like yet. But one of the interesting ways to think about the problem is what if the cost of renting something became a lot cheaper than the cost of storing something, and so he uses this example of if you could rent a drill, and it's a long examples. I won't go into all the details. But basically there are two kinds of drills in the world. There's the fifty dollar drill that most of us have in our garage. And it's almost always the batteries, and there's a three hundred dollar drill that experts us, and we're not gonna buy the three hundred dollars. So what if I could rent it? But if I could rent it for five minutes for two bucks in a drone could drop it off at a machine voted poor pod at my mailbox. I would much prefer to rent a drill two times a year for two bucks each for five minutes and have it be the three hundred dollar drill that somebody else maintained in work, and I don't really need a drill. All the time in my fifty dollar one usually has a dead battery. Well, when you think about ride sharing or car sharing in a city, it's pretty obvious that if you live in a city, and you don't need your car every day the act of actually parking at her paying to park in or store driving around block after block after block hoping some hoping some meter opens up. But then it's only good for the last two hours tonight in the first two hours tomorrow morning. The costs of storage are really really high and relatively they're going to be higher than the transaction facilitation of apps that are going to facilitate rental. So what if in the world we ended up quickly like ten years from now having much smaller garages and much more. Caller, closets and much bigger ports and codes at our mailbox and half that would allow us to facilitate more that well, one of the things that means is in a mobile world where I've got three kids, and let's say they don't providence two or one or two of them ended up having my grandbabies and some city far away. I want to be near them a lot. I wanna be a grandfather and Nashville or Austin or wherever my daughter's raised their kids. And yet, I'm never leaving my roots in stay in part of my year in Fremont, Nebraska. And so I think we need to start opening our minds to the possibility that some of the solutions to the crisis that technology is some of the problems that technology is creating might be partially mitigated by technology as well. I don't want to just say stoic. Limitations on my tech consumption. Also want to think about what the next generation of tech facilitation of less encumbering stuff might look like conservative. Senator Ben Sasse radical progressive when it comes to technology and yet. Remembering what is good and true? Here's the most incredible thing about this interview, sixty minutes past or the end of our time together have so many other things I want to ask you on ask you what you're reading right now and ask you what's next time. So we're going to have to stop. I'm really grateful to you for writing this book as our viewers, no doubt. And I really truly am looking forward to the wonderful things that are gonna come next for your life Senator dense s thanks thanks for making time. Arthur delighted. Bench. Ask Republican Senator from Nebraska speaking with Arthur Brooks, president of the.
"elk horn" Discussed on MonsterTalk
"You know, like a man that had turned into or was turning into a wolf, and she believed this because it as they were driven by its his nose, sort of started hunt. She put it like extending like it was turning as she was seeing if he opened its mouth and it had to. No, I mean to be to be, yeah, I can't. I can't go into tell you about it sometime when we're together because there's there's some of the things that were going on there that I figured out after the fact, but she like that was the only person I've spoken to where they had felt that they'd seen some sort of shape Shifter. Did you feel like the stories like other? I guess what I was getting at was other than what this is an exception, because I don't know this story of it, but other than that, were there any other things that made it feel like it was consistent with where we'll floor or was it mostly. Okay. What else do we wanna? One of the weird things about it to me is that that the the reports are all of of a really similar creature. It doesn't. It doesn't change drastically from one report to the next until you get up up till today where you've suddenly got, you know people claiming that they're having encounters with entire, you know. Packs of these things, stuff like that. But the the initial elk horn, Wisconsin beast road sightings, and and then I can thirty six sink Coletta's encounter. They're all similar creature. I mean, down to down to the color of the furred and everything. You know, it's kind of this. This grayish black. Sometimes there's a brownish hue to, but I mean, they're, they're all describing something that sounds almost identical, and that's very, very unusual. Like even the height, it's not people weren't reporting some some huge, you know, nine foot ten foot tall creature. There were all sort of saying, you know, six, six, and a half, seven feet tops. And this is a long period for people having they starting from the nineteen thirties through to today. So do you think that is anyone based or do you think it could be several things going on. I mean. It seems like people are reporting the same thing as to what they're actually seeing. I I, I don't really know. This is one of those situations where when you get into like the cult stuff, it kind of throws another wrench in the works as to you know what, what you might believe was actually happening there. You know there, there's the typical response to the fact that Doris is encounter happened on Halloween, is that it was probably hidden aware, wolf mask, you know? And and I mean, that's entirely possible. I personally wouldn't wanna be on Bray road at night, wearing aware, wolf, miss. Yeah, think you're you're just as likely to have one of the guys drove around a pickup truck aim his truck at you as you are like scare someone, it just doesn't. And then you've got so many farmers around there that are kinda like they don't want kids messing around their farms, and they're probably armed. You know, like when we were there, we heard guns going off the entire time. Actually. In fact, the, that's a typical sort of thing that happens us when we're filming outdoor interviews, there's always like rampant gunfire going somewhere nearby. So like there's a reason Lee hamels interview shot in his his barn was because the risk gunfire outside, and it was just too loud for us to really muscle it. So, yeah, I, I don't know how much I buy into the hoax explanation for all the sightings, but it definitely could account for some of them. It's always challenging. I think especially look for a scientific explanation. It's rare that you get a outbreak of these kind of stories were a single explanation will actually count for all the stories, the shoe, so many varieties of investigations, but that being said I could. It's been a few weeks since I've watched the film. I try to rewatch that saw this seem the first half three times now in the whole film. Once I mentioned that because my question is I don't remember you coming to any particular conclusions about what was going on..
"elk horn" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast
"I sip in this tube it jerks at sellin which fires the rifle it was pretty actually actually quite ingenious and rudimentary at the same time and it worked he'll work those a quarter few animals with so you get this get this adapter and get it rigged up in how do you even begin like like you go out to riflerange yeah yep out to arrive range shot at a few times and a lot of times got cited in so it was working so i had the tools but i really had no idea how the process was going to work like how is this can have you know i mean how's it going to happen i'm gonna go out and hunt at i can actually shoot some yeah and so and marriage with me my girlfriend and so mary's from big hun hunting family and her brother at that time was rant in the elk horn mountains just east helena elkin yellow corn yeah yep and so yeah we we were hunting tim and that's murray's brother haunted how explain it to me well the first time in from van and just drive up and down the dirt roads looking for deer looking for whatever which would we might as well get to this let's get to this now because his obvious question there's legal implications here right so and in most states the while i've management agency has permits that enable people disabilities to do certain things so like in montana fish while in parks has what they call a permit to hunt from vehicle pta jeff be and you have to meet certain physical criteria limitations and if you meet those and it's all very formal.
"elk horn" Discussed on Daily Racing Form
"In order we'll go with the three year old males on dirt forced in a non winters one of them at parks earns and eighty nine beyer speed figure three year old female star cloud and good one honey star cloud earns the eighty six buyer in the game face down at gulfstream good one hundred eighty six in the city miss at laurel three year old males onto cross ways eightyfive buyer winning a maiden special way to fair at ecuador's three year old females on turf females phillies same thing significant form ninety one winning the memories of silver akwa older males pink lloyd here's one where we're going to just this is going to pop up as time goes on now that would bind reopened pink lloyd earned a one oh six winning the cartesian pink lloyd did so on a synthetic racing surface but in the sort of databases with racing form synthetic racist pop up in the dirt filter so occasionally they're going to be some synthetic graces that fall into the dirt category i believe if you're looking for the highest technical dirt race of the weekend it was about bobby dhabi when the kona gold but just as far as the filters are concerned i know it was synthetic pink lloyd with one oh six on opening day up woodbine in the cart see older female chalon and honey bunny eight buyers one of them in the permanent at laurel the other one in and i wanted to other than indiana grand older males on turf one go all go ninety nine beyer speed figure winning the elk horn keeneland an older females on turf ancient secret going down the hill in an optional claimer out at santa anita a ninety four beyer speed figure there you have those are the weekends best performances from a buyer speed figure standpoint before we let you go here on the map on your show the recantation let's take a look and see what's on deck upcoming weekend on d r f tv has always on thursday you're going to have most of your your influx of programming most notably stakes preview.
"elk horn" Discussed on Daily Racing Form
"You know when build road for for sports illustrated for for more than a decade and just you know one great piece after another he was the master of of long form writing you know mo most of us reporters you bang out your eight hundred words on deadline and that was it but you know bill bill was writing these five thousand ten thousand word pieces and really just took the time to turn them practically into novels there you have it a little snippet of my conversation with stephen chris for much more from stephen kristen bob curren and tim layden you'll want to check out the special edition of the dr players podcast that will be posting soon lots of great memories of mr nak who will be sorely missed william nack gone at the age of seventy seven he is survived by his wife caroline three daughters a son and six grandchildren our thoughts are with them stay tuned for more out of the gate right after this baghdad of the gate let's take a look at some graded stakes action down at keeneland lexington kentucky the field for the great to elk horn going mile and a half on the turf course again for expanded stakes previous on over to video the earth dot com or daily racing form youtube channel mike this is big full field in here but it really feels like this is one of those rare instances where the west coast is bringing the quality of this race in it's in the post haya busa one yeah i do agree with that i think they are the two the two horses to be was i guess it's in the post is actually the horse to be considering his overall form in the fact that he's beaten high one twice in a row out there and southern california i mean i do think it's a it's a graded stakes race at a mile and a half with its open to a lot of different horses i mean there are horses plenty of them who have at least one race that's going to give them a real chance against the two favorites in here but i mean what can you just really can't not deform in the post he just keeps showing up and running one good race after another.