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"farmer hall" Discussed on X96
"May that he's moving ahead on his Fury Road spin off centered around Furio za the The project isn't going to star the actress who helped make the character one of the cinema's most iconic action heroines. Charlie's their own is sitting the Furioso movie out because it's going to be a prequel focused on Ah younger interational, the character Miller has already ruled out the aging Which you can kind of do, Theron. Via Vfx. And how does she feel about the casting change about not being in the Fury road spinoff for prequel? It's tough to swallow, she said. Listen, I fully respect George, if not more, So, in the aftermath of making that film with him, he's a master. I wish him nothing but the best, but it's a little heartbreaking. For sure. I really loved that character. And I was grateful that I had a part in creating her. She was forever. Everybody liked about that movie. What do you She was the thing about it. Why wouldn't you have her back? Because he doesn't want to. He wants the younger he wants a younger version of the character. And so I mean, that's because he doesn't want her back. I would love to see the story continues of George feels like he has to go about it this way. Then I must trust him in that manner. So On Tom Hanks says that he and Rita Wilson Had very different reactions to Corona virus. In a new interview with the Guardian. Hanks, who was 63 opens up about battling Corona virus back in March while he was in Australia with his wife, who he married a long time ago, now in 1988 Banks told the Guardian that he and his wife are now fine haven't met with any lingering symptoms since recovering our discomfort because of the virus was pretty much done in two weeks. We had very different reactions. That was odd, he said. My wife lost her sense of taste and smell. She had severe nausea. She had a much higher fever than I did. I just had crippling body aches. I was very fatigued all of the time, and I couldn't concentrate on anything for for more than 12 minutes. He? By the way, I heard him on Wait, wait. Don't tell me he was a guest, and he said he and I think this was right after he'd Recovered. He was very anxious to Ah Donate his blood because as antibodies in it and he said, I'd like to think that they could come up with Some a cure for Corona virus, and I want him to call it the Hank scene. I want to say it's not a vaccine. It's a hanging. Can't wait to get the Hank scene. Six more Utahns have died of Corona virus. Making Monday, one of the biggest single day jumps and fatality since the beginning of the pandemic, and with 22 new hospitalizations reported there have been 412. Utahns admitted to hospitals in the past. Two weeks, the worst 14 days stretch yet. They're saying that Cannabis. May help reduce the lung inflammation that can come with covert 19 as cases continue to rise. Researchers have started to look for solutions. In the cannabis plant. Cannabis Active compounds have a number of properties that make it appealing as a potential adjunct treatment for infections from the novel Corona virus. Recently, scientists began looking at his potential for reducing Susceptibility to the disease and even discussed whether it could be used as an anti viral medication here. He's taking his medicine right now. That's right. Some kind of pipe. So maybe they're saying maybe if you're high, you won't Corona virus. We won't care. Yeah, At the very least. Thiss month, Researchers from the University of Nebraska and the Texas Biomedical Research Institute are recommending more research into how cannabis derived CBD might help treat dangerous lung inflammation from the Corona virus. The author's detailed the evidence or for how cannabis is anti inflammatory powers may help in a peer reviewed article later this month. In this month's Oh, this month's issue of I haven't Got My copy had a brain behavior and and immunity. It's a great magazine. By the way, brain behavior and immunity. It's It's a wonderful publication. I'll never forgive them from. They used to be weekly, and now they're just monthly. Scream. They got rid of the center full, too, which I really hate. You need a doula are blown. Gotta The United States is looking at banning Tic tac. Amid concern my kids, this concerns and I and I I think we've talked about this before. Yeah, Tic Tic tac is owned by the Chinese. Essentially, Yeah, it's a data mining. And the Secretary of state might. Mike Pompeo said that there are concerns that Tic Tac could be a threat to national security. He told Fox News is Laura Ingram that he and President Trump are taking a claims that the APP collects user's cell phone data. And then shares the information directly with Beijing very seriously. The comments were made by Pompeo when quizzed about whether the United States could be considering a ban on tick talk. And I think I hear it was a Hong Kong has has already banned it or Singapore. Someplace like that has already said no Tic tac toe. Narcotics? Yeah. My kids would revolt. If they couldn't have their tic tac. Well, because you know you're a CZ. We know your Children are our supporters of the Chinese communist gene. I've known that about them for a long time. I didn't think you wanted to make it so public, But there you go. Ah, let's see. I'm gonna end with this story, okay? A Nebraska farmer was draining upon on his property for maintenance was using a hose. He was using a hose from Bob's house of those Hey, is so he's draining the pond and and at the bottom of the pond, he finds an A T M. An automatic teller machine Win Hall of Exeter, Nebraska, said he started the process of draining the pond, which is used for pumping water off his fields, and he checked on it the following morning. Hall said he initially thought that the object stuck in the mud was a household appliance of some sort. He said. It wasn't till I took a picture of it and looked at it and I was able to see it's an A T. M. The farmer said he doesn't know how long the has been at the bottom of his pond. He didn't drain it back in 2019 but it did appear to have been in the water for more than a few weeks, He contacted the Fillmore County Sheriff's office. They sent a team to Holyoke tm away, He said Deputies told him they an ATM had recently been stolen in the area. And now the question is, Was there money in it? Or did they get the money out of the ditch it and don't tell me it doesn't say, because that's the only thing people want to know. The MME wasn't well. It doesn't The wasn't the only unusual story. This is how the story ends wasn't the on ly. It wasn't the on ly unusual stolen item to turn up in a body of water. Recently, a South Carolina boy Was magnet fishing. You heard of people doing that? Yeah, in Whitney Lake in May, and he pulled up a large metal item that turned out to be a safe A safe landed by Knox Brewer was stolen from a neighbor's home eight years earlier. Again. It doesn't say whether come on. I'll do some research, Gina I mean, I'll do a deep dive on We did it. It really is a responsible reporting. I'm sorry. It's irresponsible Reporting. It is a listen I'll do and find out if a farmer Hall of Exeter, Nebraska, I'll find out if there was in. I'm suspecting there was no money in it. Your reference your rapid chain around those things and then take the chain. Hook it up to your truck. Then you just pull him up out of the ground Throw in the back of the truck. Then you take it to Yura Barn. See if you can get it open. Then you got to get rid of the otherwise That's evidence so he could dump it in the lake. Yeah, Simple. Is that so? But I'll do do some research and find out for sure if there was any money in farmer hauls ATM at the bottom of his pond in Exeter, Nebraska..
"farmer hall" Discussed on KCBS All News
"A greater bay area residents this work is a source of pride this is obviously why join the army by the California National Guard to help my local community as for second harvest's CEO does the bachelor she says she is very grateful for the extra help as our own staff are quite exhausted as we've been working so hard these past couple of weeks to meet the demand in San Jose Keith Menconi KCBS farmers markets like grocery stores are still open right now in the bay area but is key CBS's Megan Goldsby reports there are some advantages to open air shopping just ask Chris hall he's the manager of the Kensington farmers market in the East Bay you know being an outdoor venue give this is a bit of a leg up in terms of the quality of space in there using all of it we've moved our booth apart now so we're using one and a half spaces for what would normally accommodate a boost so that puts a little more space out there for people to move around and they're also putting marks on the ground in tape that show what six feet apart looks like this is a crucial time for farmers hall says because so far those who sell their produce directly to the public are not included in the small business relief funds being crafted in Washington we really feel that we're we're supporting not just a big community with good food but we are supporting these these small farms that that really you know their economic health is is in line for us with the help of the community as well and he says the past few weekends farmers have been driving home with largely empty trucks making gold speak KCBS well the creek restaurants are doing all they can to keep their doors open during the statewide shelter in place KCBS is Kerry who dissect reports from downtown where are the city where there are city plans to take part in a national campaign called the great American takeout it's all to support local restaurants by ordering take out and delivery Kathy Hemingway with one a creek downtown says sixty remain open for business ranging from pizzas to free you know for your dessert needs and all the way through our R. and many restaurants Roderick is one of those popular downtown restaurants owner Mike Gibbons says they need all the help they can get a sales dip to eighty five percent after eliminating dine in food and drink orders we're just trying to stay alive until it's all safe to open so we can resume business he says it would make sense to close but they're keeping the doors open for now mainly because they've been part of the community for over three decades we want to keep serving our customers we like us here Broderick and have gaps have been here for thirty five years and a lot of these people not just customers or friends and acquaintances of people who know if you're picking up an order downtown parking garages are closed but all meters are free in downtown Walnut Creek carry hit a sac KCBS coming up in just over a minute Bruce Miguel in sports we'll tell you why Mets favorite for his going under the knife.
"farmer hall" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Awareness partners but he can't say that in reverse KCBS bay calendar a message for people who use public transit in the South Bay most passengers will board buses to the rear door and fares will not be collected under operational changes announced by the valley Transportation Authority to promote social distancing and lessen the spread of coronavirus effective immediately passengers will board buses by the back door away from the driver front door boarding will be reserved for passengers who need to use the ramp or require priority seating services are updated at V. T. eight dot org slash coded nineteen here comes the cavalry and they're coming to help sort produce KCBS reporter Keith Menconi says state National Guard troops have now been deployed to help out at that bay area food bank since the outbreak first began food banks have been having a much harder time finding volunteers but now hundreds of National Guard troops have been deployed by the governor to help route here assisting our local food distribution sites across Santa Clara county guard member the tenant Connor McGarry and dozens of others will be pitching in at second harvest of silicon valley's food warehouse working eight hours a day five days a week to make sure they're desperately needed food deliveries stay on track it's close to home for a lot of us with many of these troops bay area residents themselves Gerry says it's very prideful work I think it's very important that we're out here so that our our neighbors can stay at home and they kid in for some social distancing but how does this crash course in foodbank sorting compared to basic training it it's it's different it's it's awfully difficult to training but I think the the good part about having National Guard to help as volunteers that were very danceable will take and we can get it just run with it in San Jose Keith Menconi KCBS farmers markets like grocery stores are still open right now in the bay area but is KCBS is Meghan Goldsby reports there are some advantages to open air shopping just ask Chris hall he's the manager of the Kensington farmers market in the East Bay you know being an outdoor venue give this is a bit of a leg up in terms of the quality of space in there using all of it we've moved our booth apart now so we're using one and a half spaces for what would normally accommodate a boost so that puts a little more space out there for people to move around and they're also putting marks on the ground in tape that show what six feet apart looks like this is a crucial time for farmers hall says because so far those who sell their produce directly to the public are not included in the small business relief funds being crafted in Washington we really feel that we're we're supporting not just the the community with good food but we are supporting these these small farms that that really and you know their economic health is is in line for us with the health of the community as well and he says the past few weekends farmers have been driving home with largely empty trucks making gold speak KCBS while many of us are cooking meals at home due to the statewide shelter in place restaurant owners are encouraging people to consider ordering out KCBS is Kerry who dissect a reports that the city along the creek is joining a national campaign called the great American take out hoping that people will come out as for the real local restaurants Broderick owner Mike gave been typically has a packed restaurant during the lunch hour with plenty of outdoor seating but since the outbreak downtown has been quiet meaning sales have dropped significantly sales of drawings eighty five percent we're doing all we can we want to keep their employees and however we can keep employed employed the great American take out as a campaign to urge people to support local restaurants there sixty in Walnut Creek that are still open for pick up and delivery I would love for people to come out and just get some.
"farmer hall" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Officials are in a dire situation the industry is lobbying for at least sixty make that fifty billion dollars in help from the federal government farmers markets like grocery stores are still open right now in the bay area but as KCBS is Megan goals the reports there are some advantages to open air shopping just ask Chris hall he's the manager of the Kensington farmers market in the East Bay you know being an outdoor venue give this is a bit of a leg up in terms of the quality of space in there using all of it we've moved our booth apart now so we're using one and a half spaces for what would normally accommodate a boost so that puts a little more space out there for people to move around and they're also putting marks on the ground in tape that show what six feet apart looks like this is a crucial time for farmers hall says because so far those who sell their produce directly to the public are not included in the small business relief funds being crafted in Washington we really feel that we're we're supporting not just the the community with good food but we are supporting these these small farms that that really and you know their economic health is is in line for us with the help of the community as well and he says the past few weekends farmers have been driving home with largely empty trucks making gold speak KCBS authorities are Stanford University say twenty four people now have tested positive for covert nineteen it comes just a little over a week after the president Marc Tessier AA the Manier announced the known because of the first announced rather the carnal virus case and that was a mark of fourteen on Tuesday evening Stafford officials confirmed to the staffer Daily News that twenty four people among the faculty students and the staff have tested positive Denver environmental health and safety associate Russell for says it's likely there are more people at Stanford who have the illness he says Stafford is now requiring its community to notify the university if they get positive results when it comes to those tests KCBS news time is ten forty four we've got sports with boost McAllen Kona provident credit union believes that when.
"farmer hall" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Thirty one CBS news update it was an evening surprise to anyone who may have visited New York City recently everybody who was in New York should be self quarantining for the next fourteen days to ensure that the virus doesn't spread to others no matter where they have got that stop Dr Deborah Berke suse leading the U. S. response to corona virus New York governor Andrew Cuomo with this warning one of the forecasters said to me we were looking at a freight train coming across the country we're now looking at a bullet train the president says he hopes the US will be back up and running by Easter we look at it will only do it if it's good and maybe we do sections of the country we do large sections of the country what about that trillion dollar bill to help Americans CBS's Nancy quarters conventional sources tell CBS news that the bill now contains a hundred thirty billion dollars for hospitals and a hundred fifty billion dollars for state and local governments which are under enormous strain right now CBS news update on that paper KCBS news time eight thirty two wasn't was county health officials are backtracking on their announcement that a child died from the coronavirus saying it's possible the death was caused by something else during their daily briefing today the county health department said the unidentified child from the city of Lancaster was among forty deaths hours later the governor had cited the death of the teenager as evidence the virus can strike anyone the county then issued a new statement saying while the youth had tested positive for covert nineteen it was a complex case and there may be an alternate explanation for the death there is now a of a couple of cases at San Francisco's Laguna Honda hospital parts of the hospital have been quarantined after two employees have tested positive for the virus authorities aren't saying which unit was affected but they have confirmed that all the patients within the unit are being monitored hourly for symptoms city's largest nursing home has nearly eight hundred residents officials are trying to trace all the people who may have had contact with those two employees as we honor reporting the Olympics have been officially delayed now for a year as key CBS's capping back reports it'll change the competitive landscape for athletes Olympic gold medalist in cal Berkeley Sumer Tom shields understands this decision is bigger than sports we need to be in my opinion on our own civic duty I guess social responsibility but it will be a big change for athletes organizers and all of the businesses associated with the games you're going to create a logistic nightmare it okay Cocker each is going to be difficult Olympic announcer Ted Robinson also says it raises questions for those training one year difference will change the competitive landscape in a different way one year longer for the war veteran competitors and then one year for the younger athletes by next summer could be a little more points to the Olympics have only been canceled three times in their hundred twenty four year history that was because of the first and second world wars this is the first time they're being postponed Kathy Novak KCBS as Californians shelter in place some people don't think it's all that bad astronauts aboard the international space station have to learn techniques tips techniques that is to survive the experience with a lot more constraints than we have one such astronaut to is Scott Kelly who spent a year on the space station people need to just have this mindset that you know this is a mission that were all a part of it's important let's say that you know obviously a worldwide pandemic and our isolation is our new reality Kelly says people need to keep to a routine and balance work with getting outside it's all important to our immune systems some companies are asking employees working from home to turn off their smart speakers because of a potential security threats with millions of Americans now working from home a new security threat has emerged for employers smart speakers tech companies like Amazon have admitted to listening into private conversations via those smart speakers ostensibly to improve voice recognition features that's thrown a scare into some businesses that deal with sensitive information and they're warning employees to turn off those speakers at least while they're working from home video products such as rang and even baby monitors are also considered potential security threats Jim Shannon B. C. B. S. news farmers markets like grocery stores are still open now in the bay area asking CBS is making goals be reports there are some advantages to open air shopping just ask Chris hall he's the manager of the Kensington farmers market in the East Bay you know being an outdoor venue gives us a bit of a leg up in terms of the quality of space and they're using all of it we've moved our booth apart now so we're using one and a half spaces for what would normally accommodate a boost so that puts a little more space out there for people to move around and they're also putting marks on the ground in tape that show what six feet apart looks like this is a crucial time for farmers hall says because so far those who sell their produce directly to the public are not included in the small business relief funds being crafted in Washington we really feel that we're we're supporting not just the the community with good food but we are supporting these these small farms that that really and you know their economic health is is in line for us with the health of the community as well and he says the past few weekends farmers have been driving home with largely empty trucks making gold speak KCBS we're learning in the case CBS news room that there has been a rather large earthquake off of Russia's Far East islands that has prompted a tsunami warning was a seven point five magnitude earthquake that struck near Russia's far eastern Kuril Islands the tsunami watch has been issued for the close to shore the USGS says the quake hit just south of the severity on the act Carell chain north of Japan and these two nami warning center says hazardous tsunami waves were possible near the quake's quake's epicenter earthquakes of the strength in the past have colds are caused an army's far from the epicenter in the U. S. national tsunami warning center is analyzing the event to determine the level of danger we'll keep you posted on that case CBS news time at eight thirty seven traffic in a minute Ashley homestore seventy.
"farmer hall" Discussed on KCBS All News
"To me we were looking at a freight train coming across the country we're now looking at a bullet train the Senate has adjourned until tomorrow morning so they'll be no vote tonight on the two trillion dollar economic rescue package democratic leader Chuck Schumer not everyone is going to want every provision we all know that there are many things that so many of us want are left out but we all know that we must do these things the bill would send checks directly to Americans and provide loans to businesses CBS news update I'm Pam Coulter case CBS news time six thirty to the city and county of San Francisco was announced the first death of a resident from covert nineteen the man who died was in his forties and had multiple significant underlying health conditions mayor London breed and city health officials urge San Franciscans to stay at home to slow the spread of the virus and save lives San Francisco currently has a hundred and fifty two confirmed cases well there are some good things to report concerning the corona virus and our society's reaction to it K. CBS's Jim Taylor has that part of our story is done around let's address bay area generosity really showing itself in these trying times Oakland mayor Libby Schaaf filling us in on the success of the fund they're on the very first day we launched the fund more than a hundred people donated you can't sue at Oakland fund dot org one of the first contributions it's four hundred thousand dollars to sos meals on wheels so that we can get through to our seniors that are living by themselves very important similar funded San Francisco raising five million Bucks and there's one in San Mateo county as well California scrambling to obtain protective gear for health care workers and first responders officials reaching out to ratchet up production as the corona virus outbreak sweeps the state governor Gavin Newsom says California is looking for ways to acquire one billion sets of gloves hundreds of millions of gallons surgical masks and face shields Jim Taylor KCBS California shelter in place order goes at least through the first week of April but many are now saying we will probably be inside for much longer so when will the corona virus pandemic peak here in the US Dr Yuvan Maldonado is chief of infectious diseases at Lucille Packard children's hospital and a professor at Stanford school of medicine which is using a prediction model prison trump is saying he is planning on the shelter in place order to be over by Easter Dr Maldonado tells KCBS that's way off the mark we certainly would love that as well but that doesn't seem to make sense from our own projections here in the bay area I can't speak to the rest of the country but I imagine that we're all projecting out that some of several more weeks of this virus that's circulating she says Stanford's model doesn't take into account the social distancing distancing measures which slow down the spread of the virus but she said those measures won't end it earlier farmers markets like grocery stores are open right now in the bay area still that is KCBS is making goals he reports there are some advantages to open air shopping just ask Chris hall he's the manager of the Kensington farmers market in the East Bay you know being an outdoor venue give this is a bit of a leg up in terms of the quality of space in there using all of it we've moved our booth apart now so we're using one and a half spaces for what would normally accommodate a boost so that puts a little more space out there for people to move around and they're also putting marks on the ground in tape that show what six feet apart looks like this is a crucial time for farmers hall says because so far those who sell their produce directly to the public are not included in the small business relief funds being crafted in Washington we really feel that we were supporting not just the the community with good food but we are supporting these these small farms that that really and you know their economic health is is in line for us with the help of the community as well and he says the past few weekends farmers have been driving home with largely empty trucks making gold speak KCBS just a few days ago governor Newsom ordered the state National Guard to deploy the food banks to help get food to those in need now KCBS reporter Keith Menconi says they've arrived in the bay area second harvest of Silicon Valley helps feed hundreds of thousands in Santa Clara and San Mateo counties but since the outbreak began they've been desperately short on volunteers here the rescue dozens of California National Guard troops on a very special mission will be packaging food trying to look at produce food make sure that we are packaging all the boxes for them and help them with their logistics support the tenant kana Gary is with a hundred and fifteenth regional support group and like many of the others helping out here he's also a bay area resident so this region's crisis hits close to home I think for us to be out here to be able to make sure that they can safely stay home and still provide food on to people's tables is is why we joined and it's very impactful work the Gary and his fellow guards members will be helping out in second harvest warehouse eight hours a day five days a week for the foreseeable future second harvest CEO Leslie badger says the help is appreciated really is a great boost of morale and morale for all of us in San Jose Keith Menconi KCBS well speaking of food and national campaign to support local restaurants during the pandemic got under way today KCBS is Kerry who dissect reports from downtown Walnut Creek one of the most lively cities in the East Bay is now a ghost town storefronts are closed but many restaurants remain open for takeout and delivery only that includes Broderick a popular downtown spot still trying to survive in these unprecedented times and this was all for very long.
"farmer hall" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
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"farmer hall" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe
"Connect us to each other as fellow characters in the human experience and human history. Stories of how our food is grown cooked and eaten connect us through tradition to past present and future generations. This is why I co-founded the good food one hundred restaurants, a new annual list in rating system that challenges the status quo in tries to tell the stories behind what we're being served in restaurants. It celebrates the restaurants and chefs that are being transparent with their business practices. What's really happening in the back of the house from their food purchases and their labor practices, while also highlighting the economic, social and environmental impact that they're having on the food system. And when we honor these true stories food, I believe we have the power to make ourselves and each other feel whole in human. In the end food and stories were not enough to save Anthony bourdain, but in seeking and sharing the true in whole stories of food his life was a generous offering to us a lifeline to our own and others humanity. We can honor his life every time we eat every time we buy food every time. We choose a restaurant by doing what Anthony would do seek the truth and call bullshit as you see it. Thank you. Thank you, Sarah for being so open and honest about her life. If you or someone you love needs help or just to talk to someone please call the national suicide life prevention hotline at one eight hundred two seven three eight two five five that's the national suicide prevention hotline now, we're traveling down to Birmingham, Alabama. This panel was held at the Birmingham. Essential. And we loved getting to meet the Alabama members of the bomb squad. Our panelists included Kristen farmer hall. Co owner of the essential Courtney pig herd of honeycreeper chocolate Celeste pillow, owner of Odette restaurant in Florence Alabama digital content director, Stacy Rivera, formerly of food and wine and Shefa Masha Boulia of urban ministry for me, especially being in the craft chocolate movement versus big chocolate when you think in those terms consumer education around food, and I think it's important. We all have some understanding of where you're. Foods coming from what sort of processing it's been through Thani. What extent of processing what's in it? What the contents are ingredients and just more education for consumers understanding that. So they can make more informed decisions around their purchasing choices for.
"farmer hall" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Go. Butterfly. Let's go to Dave. And katie. Hi there day. Hey, good morning, Bob. How you doing? I'm doing fine. Thank you just wanted to say, I in your story about the shoebox and wanted to thank you for your years of service, and unselfish faithfulness. All these many years man of such sound character, and wisdom, and the way you. Her guy and the farmer hall another load away come on. I think I speak for a lot of people just how grateful we are that summit on on the radio like you. So just wanna take a moment to say. Thank you. Well, I appreciate that day. You have no idea how much I appreciate that night for that. Okay. You take care. And then the next time you come around. Why we'll give you a call. Thank you. I bless you. Thank you. Let's go to Mike Mike is in Nevada city either. Mike. Hi, bob. First time caller, I grew up listening to your show and really excited to talk to you. Do you know, Janet McDonald? No, she's just a relative of mine up there. I just thought she teaches in Nevada. So I guess Vata city in Nevada Nevada city still in California. Okay. I'm just outside of Nevada city work at an outdoor school, and we're often through cider county program. Okay. Got it. And we're putting in orchard at our site. And it's been really great. It's been an eagle scout project. It's been a real big community supported project, and we dug the holes, and then we got a lot of rain and snow and the whole they're still filled with water planning to put in the trees in about two weeks. Because that's when we're supposed to get a little less than frost, but holes have been staying with water for a while. I'm worried drainage trees. Okay. What you're going to have to do. Mike is to build a a framework around each hole. Maybe a foot high Lino Redwood or something like that or even soil berm would do and fill that fill that with well drained planting mix. Okay. Then put your you know, and that has to be a three by three kind of framework. Okay. Otherwise. That can be wooden boxes or like, you said more of a soil berm. Sure, they can be anything just to get your soil. You need to have raised soil. You gotta have a foot of well drained material, even if so that even if the bottom part of that whole fills up with water and stays that way over the wintertime, it won't rot the roots on the planet because most fruit trees are surface rooted. So there you go. Okay. Yeah. So we're planning to put an apples and chairs and peaches pears. That's wonderful. I think it's great. You might it's funny up in Nevada city. There are some oh God. I wish I knew the days. You know, I'll bet David had a an address you might check out have you purchased them yet? We have four cut a heritage trees. Oh, that's where I was going. So you're fine with that. Yeah. I just got the bare roots yesterday, and I put them I healed them into like a very fluffy swelled Knicks. Okay. I think that'll last for the two the two weeks or the rain. That's counting. Oh, sure. Yeah. That's not a problem, even if they're blooming. It doesn't matter. They will be fine until they until the leaves start coming out. And then when the leaves start coming out, you're in trouble. Could I ask you one more question? Sure. Have you heard of I've seen really beautiful, willow? Domes? Have you heard of people training say apple trees or other fruit trees to do similar effect? Well, yeah, you can do that you're going to cut down on production. Okay. There's always something along with training. Something the way it doesn't want to grow. That's the rule of thumb. Okay. Okay. All right, Mike. Hey, thank you for that. And thank you for listening. We we love our listener you take care. Bye bye. And good luck with the fruit. Trees, I think that's a great project. I think more schools should do things like that. So that the kids can understand that you know, that food doesn't come just from the supermarket. Okay. Thanks for that. Call. Let's go to Cheryl Cheryl is in Napa either shell. Hi, bob. Sankoh palm. I got the I call it a pineapple, you know. On it. But somebody gave it to me and pulled it up and let it set. So the underneath that are dried out. Okay. I watched I watched video and then. Leads off and kinda clean it all up, and then planted so that gets a chance to get going, and then it will sprout leaves. But it didn't stay how deep to planet. Oh, just barely planet. It's a surface rooted plant. So you wanted to be you wanted to be just golly maybe just about a two three inches above that trunk. Does that make sense to you? How big is. About six inches tall. Oh, okay. Okay. You're talking about a small plant. Okay. Yeah. I would maybe just barely maybe an inch above where the roots are where you cut them off. I don't know. I'm not sure why would why why do you wanna cut the rusoff off? That's a question. I can't fathom. Despite up, and they got a lot into them up. Part into the wall. Okay. Well, well, go ahead and cut cut the garbage off. But I certainly wouldn't if there's anything healthy on that. And I wouldn't cut them off. And a Secondly thing what I would do is instead of the planning it right away. I would soak them for a couple of days in Vietnam eleven solution or some sort of fishing or something like that sort of let let them know that you know, there's some growthy things out here for you. Okay. All right. That's how good idea. That's why I said it. Good for everything. What about potting soil? What party mix planner mix. What do I planet in? Let's say you're a Napa while you have stone products at one of the local nurseries out there. So I would use that they're they're they have a product called edna's best and a planting potting soil, basically, and it's a good plant or mix. I use that all the time for my tomato plants. Okay. All right. All right. Thank you. Well, that's why I'm here. Thank you for the call. Thanks for listening. All you people. 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"Welcome. To another dish sporting line today's show the aftermath of the death. Of Maryland linemen. Jordan McNair, I. Speak with Dr David Geyer about overexertion in heat, heatstroke in, sports dyers says McNeil's death could have been prevented that's coming up. Later but I it is an honor and a pleasure to welcome to the show now somebody. I've known, my whole life when my father is very best friends in the world he's co author on. Several books and, now a member of the. Pro football hall of fame my godfather Jerry Kramer Jerry thank you. For joining us Always a pleasure to be. With you around. You or anywhere near you Jerry I gotta say I was in canton. For the enshrinement by. Only got to spend about five minutes. With you you're you're being swamped by fans in the, flights were delayed I, only got there for the end of your party which by the, way the, Packers through a tremendous. Party I was I was expecting something you know? A little less elaborate how did you feel to be celebrated that way Almost fifty years after your career ended Jeremy there's been a lot of great moments. Along the trail just your dad night collaborating on that book and, then the reception we received the nation you know we hope to. Sell ten thousand books and we sold one hundred and, forty thousand the first year so it was just overwhelming and the. Hall was kinda like that it was overwhelming it was much. Bigger than I anticipated a lot more. Of the. Former hall of fame players were there I knew thirty forty of the guys personally had relationships with them and it. Was great to see. Them and my family was there it. Was wonderful to have them in in the event you know a part of, it and at the dinners and whatnot and it made it just, that much, more special for me. So we got through the speech part all right And so I wouldn't change, a heck of a lot it was just a wonderful weekend a. Week in a wonderful time and all my friends and family. They're sensational just I run out of. Superlatives Jeremy That's not like, you Well I I think we, are. Introduced super Brad dualistic And explain that that is a chemical of the pinnacle. That's a peak at some very bad can possibly beach. So you don't need to wander around for, a while trying. To, say what you want to say say, it's Potala stick has real I. Know there's a different meaning but I changed that now we're gonna use that we're speaking with Jerry Kramer the legendary right guard for the Green Bay Packers in. The nineteen, sixties who won five. NFL titles in seven seasons no other team has ever done that was finally. Enshrined in canton where so many of his teammates on those Packers teams have been previously enshrined and it became I mean our audience knows this. We've talked about it before many times on this show for a long time you had been considered the best, player not in the hall of fame. And a campaign was was. Mounted to rectify that led by your daughter Alicia. Came to fruition this year ricochets Lynn from the Dallas Morning News presented. Your case over Super Bowl weekend and that's when you. Got the news it's something speaking for you I would. Imagine it's not something that's obsessed you it's, not something You've thought about every day for the last. Forty years or whatever all the dozen previous times you were finalist but to finally get there after all the efforts and all the disappointments over. The years how do you put into perspective this dishonor well you know Jeremy it's a very emotional experience you're not allowed in or whether you're allowed it it's, extremely emotional, experience either way and. I've had the negative time ten times and so I learned to deal with. That I learned to hold hold my hoax dot get excited don't get worked up in fact I didn't even I wasn't even aware they were. Voting this time I just know I don't want to watch that but I had become comfortable with my time, and my Dame and my history I. Thought that I had been. Very fortunate to have been with coach from Bharti. Horning in the That star and. The teammates buzzing ski applause Gilliam Bobo Ringo all the guys that I played with. Great football players and certainly helped make me, a better football player so I was very blessed and I thought well there's one honor, I didn't get and that's the, hall of? Fame, and I'm, not. Gonna pout and be angry. And be upset because the game has given me. Ninety nine presence and it didn't, give me one well that's not all that. Smart isn't it so I decided that it's. Game didn't give me that final president. That, was okay. It's still been a. Wonderful ride, a wonderful experience. And when I was nominated this time I looked. At a singular event it was a nomination it, was applause it was wonderful right if I got into the hall fine if. I didn't get into the hall fight but it was another presence at the game but given me So I'm pretty comfortable with it until, I get the Amend the soda and, the morning comes of the. Vote and the whole thing then my little, tippy boat my little emotional boat gets a little, shifty and I'm getting a little nervous a, little anxious and I'm up and down a little bit but it was, a wonderful, experience and it all just, turned into roses. You know all the. Negatives all disappointments all the time it didn't make it then times or. Dad bought shirts to celebrate our, venture in, New Orleans, we went to Cape balls out. Wonderful meals wonderful party and then, we didn't get it so we had a great time but this time it came through and it I couldn't, imagine the magnitude of Jerry just much bigger, than expected, much more involved and seeing all the guys. The farmer the farmer hall of fame members or the The guys, that are, there other one hundred forty forty. Five something like that more than, they've ever had and that was wonderful atlas sensational my inductees I ended up liking a Minnesota Vikings and a, Baltimore old and a Houston oiler and even, the Chicago, bear now that's how bad badly Terry congratulations And was so great to be. There as I said I'm so. Happy for you as so many people are there was a huge contingent of Kramer fans Packers fans their good work sir. As always thank you Jamie.