17 Burst results for "Famer Joe"
"farmer joe" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk
"There are few Stern, a test of the strength of a country and its institutions the breakaway region. There is almost no way for the nation being broken away from to look good. The very fact of a breakaway region causes the rest of the world to wonder what he's so dreadful about a given country that anyone wants to break away from it, and as a matter of internal politics, it presents a choice between managing the break-up or going to war to stop it. Added to which sometimes breakaway movements are just silly and self indulgent, a means of gratifying ambitious politicians and melodramatic nationalists, lucky enough to live in places where the colors on the flag flying over them actually rank as a pressing concern. Not, everyone, who is aggrieved is right. West Somaliland is concerned. It is difficult to begrudge jets decision back in Nineteen ninety-one to secede from Somalia and set up shop on its own Somalia walls then, and has frequently been since dysfunctional and Dangerous Somaliland has done pretty well. All things considered it is largely peaceful and orderly holds free issue and Farish elections and make some kind of living exporting livestock, though remittances sent back home by its diaspora estimated to be a hefty wack of Somaliland's GDP so I feel my own of my right. To Freedom. To. The the business that I like. Somalian Independent. Has a similar value with air that we are. Not One of the country has done Somaliland de courtesy of formal recognition least of all Somalia which still regard Somaliland. Part of it, but the two are now talking to each other in circumstances which look very much like an international summit, rather than an internal dialogue, first and foremost. Let me see that it's a pressure. To be here. With you today? Unto Battisti Bait. The continuation of the dialogue between Somaliland, Somalia Somaliland, president and former rebel commander, mercy and Somalia President Mohamed Abdillahi Mohamed better known as farmers Joe have been meeting this week in Djibouti. Chairing these talks reasonably enough has been. Djibouti's president is Mel Omar Guelleh but the more significant. Might be the OPN Prime Minister Ali. Ahmed, we won the two thousand and nineteen nine Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts to reconcile Ethiopia with its former breakaway region of area, and who hosted an informal meeting between be he and former Joe in at US Abbott in February. Somaliland's agenda here is not difficult to discern Somaliland, Somalia and everyone else to recognize its sovereignty, and sees right now as being as propitious moment as any in the next few weeks, Somalia and Somaliland will celebrate the sixtieth anniversary of the end of colonial rule, modern Somalia was founded on July first nineteen sixty by uniting the territories, which had once is the former Italian colony of Somalia, with what had been partition Somaliland. Indeed for a five day interregnum between emerging from British rule and joining Somalia Somaliland was briefly an independent state. It wishes to be again. We conducted Acoustic Shell Riverine them. In which ninety seven percent of Landry's fourteen to support the constitution and the independence. Of Allen has created a conducive environment that enabled. Thriving private sector on an inflow of international investment, so Milan has blade on important role in the peace and security of the region, and has been reliable partner and the fight against terrorism by Rossi who human trafficking, money, laundering and other forms of organized crime's. Unfortunately. In a state of shading all those efforts and contributions made by the smell of people for the last fifty years Somalia was in constant war against the development of Marina. It's a little harder to tell what mileage Somalia perceives in these talks. It's official. Position has not changed. It regards Somaliland as part of Somalia. Some opposition figures in Mogadishu have suggested that President Farmer Joe is somehow hoping that cutting statesmanlike dash will accrue him enough political capital to delay Somalis twenty twenty election, which if it happens would be Somalia's first proper election for just over half a century, a fact, which kind of reminds why Somaliland wanted out in the first place. It is noticeable that the talks between Somalia and Somaliland have been warmly welcomed by an Internet national community, which is normally pretty cagey about encouraging secessionists, the United Nations and the United States have endorsed the talks, both possibly hoping after several bruising and occasionally bloody decades of engagement with Somalia that resolving disputes through negotiation might be a habit that catches on in regards to Somalia Somaliland relations. We are encouraged. The dialogue is ongoing at senior levels, and that both sides have indicated a willingness to maintain communication and pursue further discussions. Other onlookers have economic interests notably the United Arab Emirates which has invested heavily in Somaliland, which sits on eight hundred fifty kilometers of Gulf of Aden coastline. Discussions appear to have been broadly amicable. If nevertheless tents what diplomats would describe as constructive and mercifully not at the risk of tempting fate, full and frank. Their walls, a minor kerfuffle at one point when Djibouti issued a joint communique, which carelessly referred to Somaliland as a country after an amount of her upcoming from the Somali delegation, the inflammatory phrase was deleted. Somaliland dolls have a case for being so described, however, its credentials as a sovereign state are at least a solid as those of Nia, neighbors era, which became formally independent in nineteen, ninety-three and South Sudan, which took its seat at the UN in two thousand and eleven. Somaliland won't get what it really wants out of these talks, but it will get to look like other players on the world stage. Take it seriously, and might get Malia used to the idea of addressing it as as separate equality, and that will do Somaliland's cause, no harm until. Twenty four! I'm out dream..
"farmer joe" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Farmer Joe Biden as one another's stories how many races are not able to call yet we don't we don't have a result in Massachusetts we don't result in Maine there quite a few that we thought we'd know by now and we thought we know them because we were quite certain that Bernie Sanders was going to do very well in Maine in very well in Massachusetts even though it's Elizabeth Warren's home state and now the question is could we possibly see Joe Biden break through and one of those states that would be a very big turn of events for Joe I don't shake the world with Joe Biden one in Massachusetts the bloom is off Bernie I mean Joe Biden winning in Massachusetts look I mean first of all we should be talking about Elizabeth Warren coming in third I mean that's bad enough but the idea that he could step in there in a state that is adjacent to north New Hampshire which showed up so poorly for Joe Biden just a few weeks ago and now he could actually be dominating a key state within the Democratic Party base like that is amazing out with it's still too early to tell whether you have a lot of those coming in but it's showing a level of popularity that Joe Biden had amongst this constituency that would that a lax people like Elizabeth Warren that nobody would battle yeah and you have to wonder if this continues and it's still there we're not there yet this is here is we're we're gonna start hearing the Joe Biden's appeal is more than just a suburbanites it's more than just the the older more affluent people maybe she's going to cross over time over the Bernie Sanders could reach out maybe Joe Biden is gonna end up reaching out as well yeah I think we may be telling that tale or we may find out that Bernie Sanders you know ability to bring in new young energetic voters into the fold was not quite as strong as he had been talking about and I think that's going to be the real thing will be able to tell from some of these exit polls who in fact turned out and was Bernie Sanders able to do this or was he not and by the same token ordered like you said Joe Biden was reaching over in a way we never expected so what what did it for Joe Biden you know I think that that winning is a great elixir for what ails you I'm winning in South Carolina especially as strong as he did right he dominated the performance and key southern state and I think that had a great impact that basically said that a lot of voters Hey not dead yet this guidelines got some fight left in him it's what they wanted to see he came out strong and he was able to wrap up a lot of well known democratic leaders in the ensuing two three days after that win to show that he could lead the party yeah I was just gonna say I think the other part of the story is for so long the moderate lane had been fractured between so many candidates and as those numbers dwindled down he was able to put together that coalition which let's face it the Democratic Party is much more moderate then you would be led to believe by looking at Bernie Sanders rallies in the energy he has which is enormous but the numbers are still in favor of that moderately okay now let's check in on the Bernie Sanders campaign up in Essex junction in Vermont weird news reporter Tyler pager is at Sanders campaign headquarters up there so Tyler is it a bit more subdued or they still celebrating up there we just heard some cheers.
"farmer joe" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Police confirming there were shots fired the suspect is in custody the association of American medical colleges says new guidelines that could be used to deny green cards to immigrants use public assistance like Medicaid will have drastic consequences on healthcare president David Scorton says the change will discourage non citizens from seeking needed medical care that could exacerbate illnesses worsened health disparities and lead to increased costs of care investigators haven't been able to to determine what caused an explosion at a Waukegan silicon factory they kill for workers in may the fire marshal says he's confident investigators located the point of origin for the explosion at A. B. specially silicones and a ruling out intentional causes and now WGN sports here's Kevin pass thank you Kim the Red Hot Astros are in town for three game set on the south side they one eight of nine weather coming off a walk off loss yesterday to the Orioles socks sending Dylan cease to the mounds at creaky goes for Houston pregame at six thirty five here on WGN first pitch at seven ten with AT and T. J. cubs are off and now we know when and where the cubs and socks will kick off their twenty twenty seasons the socks will begin at home against the Royals on Thursday March twenty six the earliest start in franchise history cubs start on the same day at Milwaukee the fifth consecutive year they've started on the road ball schedule also released today for their first five on the road this season opener is Wednesday October third at Charlotte the home opener three days later against the defending champion Toronto raptors ink off the B. M. W. championship is at a diner this week practice round to be held tomorrow Wednesday the pro in the opening round is Thursday bears are off today is they concluded training camp and Bourbon a yesterday morning I thought pothole practice and household tomorrow morning and Wednesday before they had to New York for their preseason game with the giants Friday night on the home of the Blackhawks northwestern Wildcats a white Sox baseball Kevin Powell WGN sports your money traffic and weather next on WGN just a minute so numbers those better with baseball on the radio talk baseball place here man the Chicago White Sox a Houston Astros pregame at six thirty five this is a farmer Joe Jackson I have the.
"farmer joe" Discussed on Humans of Hospitality
"You've had to make sure FOX called getting, and you've had to make sure that it's eating worms or whatever it's eating, but it, it's an expensive thing to produce. And it's, it's an it's a bird that doesn't want to live very long. It's very good at killing itself. I hate to say it, so, so it's quite hard to do it properly. But those who do it properly produce the most amazing meets, but the problem we have is because the perception is that a cheap meat nobody will pay. Those prices for it, and it's very hard for anyone to make a living at it. I don't know how we we overcome the amount that we spend on food now dropped from thirty percent. People always used to buy lovely roast for Sunday. That'd be prepared spend a bit on achy. I will have a couple of vegetarian meals during the week. And then on Sunday, I will have a free range chicken or I will do something splendid and have something from old farmer Joe's down the road there, you know, I was trying to Giles who I know you know, from olives atoll having that conversation around price and the in luxury cars people. Appreciate the difference between, you know, maybe a Ford Fiesta in a Ferrari, and they don't really argue with the difference in price. But maybe with all lives, they think APAC packet, as a pack of all lives, such a difference between one the same in your trade, and in so many milk, and everything else that we buy, so, yeah, it's interesting. So as you've been in business for a longer time, and again you alluded to this earlier about some of the stuff you hear and the relentlessness of business. Any particular advice that you've heard people be given in business where you thought, oh my God. You know, I've been doing this for years, that is rubbish bay of advice. All the flipside, anything, really good where you kind of here and you get. Yes, absolutely. You've clearly you've walked the talk. You get it. What advice would I give give give? I think when I said about being well funded and I, I really mean that I mean don't be too quick to get invested in an hand all business away. But it would have helped us immensely had, we had a bit more money behind this. We had a bad situation where we owned a house that we rented out an unfortunate, the tenant decided to shoot himself in the house, and we didn't know the fellow but he was an aristocrat. And I think his daughter went out with Prince Harry or something. So the press got hold of it. So the price of the house went down down down. And we lost eighty five thousand pounds on the house when we finally did Senate, but we couldn't rent it. We couldn't sell it. So it actually meant we started with nothing and we were having to build up from nothing. So we have paid top dollar for everything we've, we've leased purchased things or we've taken out, loans or whatever. And it's such an expensive way to do it had, we not had to do that had, we started with enough money to kickstart the thing, and perhaps made a few better decisions. We probably would have been in prophet earlier than we were it was really, really hard. I have to say that the banks are not helpful. They are very unhelpful. If you're starting a business. But if you do decide that you need to borrow make sure you have a very good business case. And by bid good business case, I mean, that you actually look at the costs you actually ask questions of people in the same business some of the won't tell you things. But a lot of people are very honest, and we'll talk to you, but, but find out do your research, don't just think I'm going to make jam or whatever it happens to be a lot of people have trodden these pass and a lot of people have gone out of business. So look around you try and find something that's a little bit Nisha, if you possibly can. I mean, you don't have to put beetroot in a mom ladle something. Maybe it works. I don't know. But, but, but try and find something that is going to work. There are fashionable things that go in and out of fashion. So if it can be something that perhaps, has a certain on jetty, then, you'll be okay. Okay. Try and make sure that you have a good web presence, that's terribly important. The first thing is shift, does, if they buy from us is go to the website to make sure that we really are there. I don't know why we really are still here, but. So that there is all of that. Watch out for stir some shocks out there who will do sorts to you, especially offering to lend you money and things. So be very careful if you do decide to borrow money do look at some of the contemporary, ways of doing it. And by contemporary, I mean, going to come is like Zappa or funding circle funding service, quite expensive. All these people are, but you are doing a peer to peer, borrowing or lending, and it's where people come in, and they say, oh, I'm going to have a punt, and I'm going to put a thousand pounds here or two hundred there or whatever it happens to be. And I think that, that's where money is coming from for a lots of businesses now. So do look, those you can also look at crowdfunding which which is looks quite fun. I must have a go at that. And I have heard of people at brew dog having a great success. I mean many millions of pounds worth of success with that. It doesn't work for everybody. I think you have to do your research and understand, but also. Other advice would be to go to your local councils and say, what grants. Have you got they have specific grants? And there are you. She business groups that will guide you through the processes to make sure you don't ask for something that you're never going to get because you not doing it properly. But, but don't be afraid to look around and do good searches and ask people in business what it is. They find. We've all made mistakes fabulous enormous expensive mistakes. And if anyone can just cut out a year to have your mistakes, then you might stay in business. It is hard. I won't pretend it's easy. But if you get it, right. It can be fun when businesses working, it can be fun. It can be held, but it can be from the most comprehensive impression. Too much. I wish I'd listened to that before. Listen to it. I would never have stopped. You clearly say. Like I say, I've learned to and properly walk, this, and talking to fund the very brief. So you've really got lots of ideas on funding. If you had to use any of the banks better now with you. Business banks. Yes, the banks. The name them. I really wouldn't. I wouldn't go to them as your first protocol, what I would do for us to call is to get a business case together, which is terribly important to see where your expenses are don't fall into the traffic going and think. Well, I'm running a business. I bet you get a beautiful logo down a lovely cards on a nice big car. No. Get the things that help you to run your business the bulls for making jam or whatever it happens to be by the essentials. I shop around for everything you will run out of time. It gets very hard to shop around for everything. But if you can sit time to sign for that you'll save yourself a lot of money. I've forgotten the question. I'm so sorry. Building a restaurant on the is always the issue. So, especially in seasonal towns we have to hit the summer and the speed that you end up working to end. Yeah. And it means you don't always get the best price and you can't negotiate with the trades because you'll actually I need to open in six weeks. I think we were on with thirty nine days until we. Okay. Good luck. Stressing, you'll hear. It's cool. Steve, the one with the pine nuts logo. Pineapples. Yeah. Do you know the story of the pineapple? No, tell me, I'll mention it very briefly because I mentioned in the trailers, but basically back in the day in the Americas, when the, when the captains, the ship would often be gone for a few months because they'd be on the trade route. So they might be buying the kind of the fruits or the coffees all the spices and the salts in the peppers, and all that kind of stuff, but they'd be out in the tropics, and they'd see these amazing fruits, pineapple Sasha unique fruit that you wouldn't see back, and it became a tradition that they would they would bring up a pineapple will bring a number of pineapples back to their village, and they would stake, a pineapple to their wooden front door. And it meant I'm, I'm back from my travels, and I've got lots of good booze and lots of good food and lots of good stories, my door is open. Please come in and it became a tradition that. It becomes into bed stats, and it would put outside in door, knockers, you'll see on bottles of certain genes, and if you ever got to London today, the trade shows, you often find some sort of, sort of pineapple in the in reception. I'm trying to think of the big facts for the kind of drinks and stuff like that. So, yeah, pineapples a traditional symbol of hospitality, basically asked about the new restaurants go to called urban garden. You never know what might be open when this goes out. But you rest them up. I put a call for money too. If you've got a business case you can approach family, what I would say about family and friends is doing on a business basis. Don't just say to your mom, could you just let me twenty thousand pounds mom, please because poor lady, that's probably her pension fund what you say to his mum. I'd like to borrow from you and we'll pay back on business rate. And then she's happy, you're happy. It's all. It's all done. Probably did exactly that my parents have made the mistake of paying off their house shortly before I went into business and I, I wrote a proper business case in my came, and I was like, look, I actually want to borrow any money from you. But can I use your house as? Yeah. Big decision for them. But great motivator for me because fundamentally if I miss the business up for, and they could lose their house, and I had backout strategies and we had a legal document and up, and it was agreed that we, we repay it. And when nearly there. Little bit tied up in the business. But. Family help invaluable but you have to get through. So what's next, then what's the next plans, do you know what, what ten years time?.
"farmer joe" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Freezing and thawing cycles have brought pothole season early to Milwaukee. The city department of public works says they've gotten three thousand calls of potholes this month, higher than usual dot com. And tells today's TM J four he reported one earlier this month that hasn't been repaired yet. Those are getting bad if you hit that with your district, you can blow a tire alderman Russell stamper says he and Mullaly cogs spoke with DPW officials Monday on how their response has been going. They told them they have twenty two crews working to provide temporary fixes until a more permanent. Asphalt mix is ready next month. After today's meeting I'm satisfied with the response. Police in Milwaukee and oak creek are searching for the same suspect who targeted a convenience store in each city early Monday morning, the white male stole from a quick trip and oak creek, then took a cash register from speedway at south eighty fourth and Howard pictures. And a description of the suspect is that WTMJ dot com. A Milwaukee man has been charged with the shooting of a person at a gas station earlier this month the criminal complaint against Samuel Galarza to his UIs states the victims Saul Samuel approached him. And a fight broke out between them Samuel is accused of hitting the victim in the head with a gun then shooting him in the knee. You've heard of the Cajun navy helping out hurricane victims. Now one Wisconsin farmers forming the badger army to help out flooding victims in Nebraska, Columbia County farmer. Joe Keller says he's heading out with about a dozen volunteers on Wednesday evening. My goal is farmers out there. I'm definitely looking for farm supplies. Whether it's speed and mohel pet to anyone interested in making donations can take them to the wolves Shire winery in prairie du sac. The city of Milwaukee will have two presentations this morning to honor city residents. One will be for Brita Smith, the Franklin high school students who is the recipient of the two thousand nineteen Phillips trailblazer award. The other will be to M C T S driver, Shannon, Johnson whom with other writers assisted in getting a driver out of their vehicle following an accident. One of the biggest nights in Wisconsin sports is again ready to take over Pfizer form this summer. It's a celebration of the state's biggest stars ESPN. Wisconsin's Mark towel shirts. Have all of these different. Bentley high smoke coaches being able to talk to professional coaches in the state of Wisconsin. Same thing with athletes makes the whole circle of light badgers basketball, star ESPN. Wisconsin's Ben brust says it's unique watching athletes in the state grow. I'm decker Wisconsin sports awards as a high schooler, then is a college kid and now back last year as a professional basketball player in the NBA awards will be held at Pfizer forum, June sixth..
"farmer joe" Discussed on Arrive Early, Leave Late
"Montana, Roger Stobbe, Eric Dickerson. John stallworth Jerome bettas just some of the best players in NFL history. So we're running all. Over israel. I mean, we're going like crazy. I mean, we're doing twenty things in a day to check out this country. But what was the point of the trip Robert Kraft? Brought these eighteen hall of famers to open the Kraft family sports complex in Jerusalem. And he's also very close with Benjamin Netanyahu. So we in a private meeting with the prime minister Israel. It was unbelievable. And so we're leaving our hotel in Tel Aviv Israel, and we're going up to the northern part of the country. So we have to hustle and get our bags out of the hotel and get on the bus crowded elevator. It's going up and there's Joe Montana and Roger Staubach in the same elevator. We're all wearing Landers with our names on. And these guys are coming up and joke it's off on a low floor yet a lower room and a fan is on. The elevator recognizes him and says, oh, I can't believe it easy announcing to the elevator. That's one of the greatest quarterbacks in NFL history Joe Montana and the doors start to close. Now, he's telling it to Roger starbuck is telling us is really who'd he play for. And this guy does not recognize stomach and he said he played for the forty Niners and elevators doors closed and going up guy glances down and sees Roger Staubach on the planet and the guys this. Hey, I know you you're that real estate guy. So tells me that that dinner because we're sitting together at dinner in there to table, he did know him. Yeah. Real estate. I would be sold his company for half a billion dollars. Yes. Yes. So he's probably the most successful former NFL player ever. So Rogers telling me this dinner, and he's saying legend best compliment I ever got. He said he didn't even know me as a player died who invented the hail Mary. And he's telling me this laugh, and then Joe gets up at the next table, and makes toast, and we had two long tables, and Roger leans over to me says played the Cincinnati Bengals in the Super Bowl to me. I said, yeah, he did twice beat them twice. And he said he should try the Pittsburgh Steelers on for size. Yes, that's now. And then later y'all what the story later later were out floating in the Dead Sea. And I'm out there with Joe and Jennifer Montana, and they're boys Nick and Nate, and we're out floating in the Dead Sea this Dead Sea. It's like floating in gelatin, it's like nine times the sailing level. So you can afford your legs down. It's weird. It's like, the consistency. It suntan oil. So I'm out there. Float more chat, or whatever. And I see NFL films which also came on the trip. The guy's got the pant legs rolled up and they're coming out with the cameras into the water. And I'm like, well, I'm not getting on NFL films getting out of the water with all these stud NFL players. I'm not doing that. So I said I'll see guys, and I started swim way around out of the camera view to a dock and I'm coming in and they're salt crystals on the ground. So you don't want to walk on the ground there. And so. Flowed into like six inches of water. And then I kinda sludge up out of the Dead Sea and get up on the docks. So look good. I mean, it looks like the creature for I'm picturing this. So I'm walking up the dock, and I see a woman looks like an American tourist seventy seventy five years old. She points at me. And then she makes sort of pantomime like a picture, and I thought well, she can't be talking to me. So I walk up a little closer and she points again. And I said me and she said, yeah, you're Joe Montana. So for the rest of the trip every time they'd call role on the bus, and they'd say Jim Brown here. Andre Reid here. Marsha flaw say Sam farmer Joe Montana say. Joe yesterday, we laughed about legally. Legally time Joe Montana. Sam farm. One of the features that I love about the podcast, we mix it up cover, the UCLA all the sports. But where the job takes. You is always interesting aspect for me. I've been inside a race car..
"farmer joe" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"On seventy seven WABC, by the way in the last few minutes. Everybody Brad Kavanagh has sent a letter to Capitol Hill saying he's not going anywhere that he is sticking with his nomination. And he's calling all these comments from a variety of women. Now, a second and maybe a third coming soon row test and an obvious character assassination saying he's going full steam ahead with his hearing on Thursday, well, full steam ahead when we are travelling on planes. I was on a flight the other day Curtis. Oh my goodness. There was a guy who looked like farmer Joe in the big guy overhauls, and he was sitting to my right and half a farmer. Joe was on me because he was a big big guy. Luckily, it was a short flight. I didn't say anything I was kind of tired. I'm going to sleep. But it's a big problem these days, and now congress is looking at ordering the FAA the Federal Aviation Administration to establish. Minimum airline seat sizes. That's because this seats on planes, keep getting smaller and smaller in the legroom to as also getting smaller and smaller. I mean you and I fly a lot Curtis, and it is shocking to see how much they've reduced. It used to be that you would get around thirty five thirty six inches was sort of the size for the seat that you would actually have data amount of room. And now they're saying that basically it could go as much as twenty seven that a lot of planes. It's thirty inches on some planes. Can you imagine thirty inches? And if it goes all the way to twenty seven inches on a plane for seats is is that is unintelligible Americans getting fatter and fat and fat or every year. Plus, the problem, I think John Kerry had this show as secretary of state. I know my dad did in two years if you're sitting in such a confined situation on an airline flight. Let's say you you're just flying the cheapest available way you can. Can you were? So crunched that you can end up getting blood clots and you lakes. That's what David Bloom remember the famous reporter for NBC news, the famous host. He added when he was in a tank for a long time, but you have to like get up and move after. A number of people who when they show crutched as you are now in airline seating. And as you said he wanted shrink it down at twenty seven. Almost rule of size. They wanted she shrinking. And then they shrinking down the bathroom, you know, the house. So that you have to go inside ways. You can't even go in full ways and the lines have no problem in doing that whatsoever, recognizing that Americans are getting bigger a bigger and bigger, and so it's gonna take an act of congress to intervene and make sure that the airlines are permitted to do this. And I'm thrilled that congress is actually getting involved. It's about time that they take because the FAA has been allowing it. These airlines have been of course, they're looking at kitchen kitchen kitchen, they want to shove as many people as many of us as they can onto a flight. Because of course, they make more money. They don't care how miserable we are. And now they're charging also for bags like American the other day added up how much I think it was like I think it was like twenty five or something of that for a bag now with like thirty or thirty five a number of these airlines are increasing it because one of them does at one of them reduces the size of the plane, and we all suffer. So I say Bravo. Oh out there. Finally that congress is taking action because how frustrated have many. Many listeners out there who are passengers on these flights in which you're getting sort of like stuck together like sardines not to. But it's incredible. You got no room to move one eight hundred eight four eight WABC that's one eight hundred eight four eight nine two two two. But I love the congress is finally going to deal with the impropriety of pretending that certain pets that you bring on board. Are there actually a service animals which would mandate that the airline must take the animal? So they going to set the specifications because right now, it's come see come saw. And also the large airports have to provide nursing rooms for new mothers, even though they already provide pet facilities. I mean, if you have a pet in the pet hash to go they have facilities in the in the airlines terminals and to expand the availability of pre checked security access, which is great. So that you don't have. Endlessly online at whether it's jet blue or delta or the airline of choice in which you should be able to sail through if you're not a terrorist. Right. And if you get a check like ahead of time like they have the world global, the global traveler all that stuff. All of that stuff is great. But once you get on the plane, even like, you can even see even in business class and first class. They're shrinking them a bit too. But coach you are treated like a total peon one eight hundred four eight WABC that's one eight hundred eight four eight nine two two two. Let's go to Joan calling from the jersey. Welcome to Kurdish Rita Cosby here. WABC john. Hi there. I agree with what you're saying that the government should get involved. And I have one more thing. I'd like them to do. I'm a woman who pay who weighs one hundred twenty five pounds. If I ever fifty pounds UK's, Sandra and seventy five pounds. Why should I research that you do case when somebody is on the plane Awasthi hundred pounds? Oh, oh, you mean put yourself and the luggage both on the scale at the same time. Everybody and their luggage. Now Joan look ask you Joe under twenty seven inches weird Curtis that I were just talking about this twenty seven inch. I mean, that's that's pretty skinny Boninni to fit into a seat. That's twenty seven inches. Come on. I know. And I've also had the situation you're describing where a part of my seat is taken up by somebody next to me. Yeah. Joe joe? And I almost like had had like childbirth together. He was like definitely have on me. Yes. Yes. So anyway, I just wanted to say that blow. Oh. Wants to be she's one hundred and twenty five pounds. She got a fifty pound bag at one hundred seventy five pounds. Right. So she's basically saying, and why will have to be paying the extra fee when there's somebody on the plane who's already two hundred pounds..
"farmer joe" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"What if you get the cow eat the almonds I that could work this. Week FDA head Scott Gottlieb announced that he will ban the use of the word milk and products that, aren't actual dairy milk farmer Joe at least you don't. Have to wake up at the crack of dawn to milk the pistachios anymore what people are saying that this is due to political pressure from the dairy industry or as I guess we now need to call it the mammal milk industry, they don't. Want people fooled into by like hazelnut milk when they could have the natural goodness of and this, is how the FDA will define what you, can now call milk quote the lack deal secretions of a bovine mammal Yanni secretion Good What does this take affect that you could no longer titled it's a rule they're going to impose in the next few weeks and then presented by by next. Year I just wonder what day it's going to be because that's the day that every coffee shop in California will close There's nothing left but you can still sell. Them but you get call them up and we don't know what they're going to call them you nuts squeeze nuts Juices a big seller Out See that And Been on tendered too, long Thank you.
"farmer joe" Discussed on KQED Radio
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"farmer joe" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Optimus prime day All right here is, your last. Quote doesn't lack that was the head of the FDA Scott Gottlieb announcing a new rule that you can no longer. Sell products called what Is that. Okay Well if an, almond did lactate. It, would give no they have decided. Government at work All those nut Cash anything that doesn't come from an actual animal can no longer be called milk according, to the FDA not milks have become more, and more popular and apparently the FDA got mad at nuts for lying about their cleavage Get Cow eat the. Almonds, I that could work This week FDA head Scott Gottlieb announced that he will ban the use of the. Word milk, and, products that aren't actual dairy milk farmer Joe at least you don't have to wake up at the. Crack of dawn to. Milk, the pistachios anymore What people are saying that this is due. To political, pressure, from the dairy industry or as I guess we now need to call it the mammal milk industry They don't want people fooled into by hazelnut milk when they, could, have the natural goodness of and this is how the FDA will define what you can now call milk quote the lack deal secretions of a bovine mammal unquote Yami still secretion Good What day does this take affect that you can no longer titled rule they're going to impose in the next few. Weeks and then presumably by by next, year I just wonder what day it's going to be because that's the day that every coffee shop in California will close Now you can still sell, them but you get called them look and we don't know what they're going to call them juice nut squeeze squeeze I don't think juices a big, seller Out Tender too long All right Thank you so. Much regulation Guys panel that it's time for you to answer some questions about, this week's news this week a woman in California made national news which he scared away a bear by using only what..
"farmer joe" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Maybe maybe you're staying like the week is it possible that people were taking the summer summer vacation maybe they probably are yeah yeah i feel like this is like the most popular week to take off because you have that one day in the middle and then you're only taking like normally july fourth is you know it's a weekend because if it's on even if it's on a tuesday or thursday then you just punch it in with the monday or friday forty weekend right right it'd be on wednesday it throws a whole system off but i can't believe we're just going to the fireworks real quick i can't believe people like people notice at they're everywhere everywhere there are legitimately every single store until you i'm not book the butcher department they're selling fireworks this shoot apartment fireworks every store you go in i mean the grocery store to stay stay anywhere you go you're gonna see fireworks and who's buying them and who's not buying them and then if you maybe people don't want to say but if you're putting everybody in their town has lease one person right here you gotta stop stop stop nobody it's not cool like you're going to hurt somebody probably yourself people get now i know people just ex and i'm sure it themselves and i'm sure they're talking about the sparklers complain about the other ones they yeah how many emergency room visits are for people i know somebody who is a farmer in another state but he had like a coyote some animal that was he was afraid with the cow that cows that he had on his property so we had a firework and he set the fireworks off and his fingers i mean the whole hand exploded right in his hand and thank god he was able to it's gruesome how he was able to collect think go to the hospital and they were able to reattach them thank god the only thing i'm picturing right now razia story i've ever heard i just can picture the coyote like onto hind legs landed up against smoking cigarettes settled down to teach a farmer joe what eight hundred two eight three what a.
"farmer joe" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"All right well fargo arena downtown moines the dumber is on a tear tonight twenty eight six lead 709 left to go in the first half of our summers we'll get to their scoring recap on a second they'll kick off right to left as barnstorm josh gable tees up the goal line a kick high end over end job right to left as the cedar rapids titans john bell camp sarnath five ten fifteen to the twenty guests amid field the twentyfive breaks tackled onto the twenty finally wrapped up around the ankles and dropped at the eighteen yard line jamal tyler the running back and special teams specialist on the tackle for the iowa farmers joe stacey alongside larry collar wells fargo arena on the play by play color commentary tim burrow back in our newsradio ten forty w h o studios as we shoot around the great state of iowa throughout the midwest and beyond of course on the big stick fifty thousand watt blowtorch newsradio ten forty whol brady role in three yard touchdown pass from drew powell the josh gable pat four twenty eight yards and the iowa varta have a twenty eight six lead here come the cedar rapids titans they have it at the nineteen yard line of the iowa bar stormers as jake medlock operates other shotgun formation right hander takes dumped it off nearside the bell the twenty and it gets down to the fifteen yard line needs wrapped up gobbled up and eaten by big bj butler the six three three hundred pounder defensive line position just a little high percentage pitch and catch over the middle and the titans have second about five at the iowa marshon were fourteen yard line well right now the i would defense is limiting cedar rapids to about three to four yards per per play which is exactly what they wanna do make them eat up clock and really have to work hard to get i islands and certainly touched out far quayle wait shock permission take the shotgun snap gives it to mark we'll wait at the.
"farmer joe" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"The transcript let me find out five times you got this every ninety days you've got this reviewed because you've got to go after carter page the nyu professor who loves russia and like to invest in energy and really was playing almost he's a volunteer position with the trump organization in france we have lowered the standards bolster up our military to the numbers which we have been allocated funds for and if you wonder why there's numbers aren't adding up it's when these teachers like this very impressionable seventeen year olds maybe sixteen year olds here that the teacher that they're taught to look up to has disparaging comments like that is to extremely damaging when you find out the number of high school degrees or those go into the military actually exceeds the general population those people in the military should be looked up to show meet in france nine to eleven on newsradio klbj millions of people do not think trump is not unhinged insane losing it or anything of the sort we narrative billions of people believe just the opposite of bag with a counterpunch truth that it's the other people that are coming unglued rush limbaugh and what they really can't believe is that they haven't been able to joining dave fired every weapon they've got and nothing is getting rid of trump rush limbaugh weekdays eleven to two on newsradio klbj information you want truth you demand it's brian kilmeade our new president has been in a lot of work and i think head excessive expectations about how quickly things happen are you kidding you have the majorities in both houses it's too much the president rush you see what on vacation and didn't do anything come on is this the worst example of leadership in your generation kilmeade in france nine to eleven on news radio koa jay we'll we ever get to the truth about this whole thing well second guessing the skeptics smith the fact that the farmers joe maze some brands you follow this coast to coast am because somehow been able to come thursday we was rarely unify under their world government coast to coast with george weeknights midnight to four newsradio klbj are we ready to open next month.
"farmer joe" Discussed on Thunder Radio
"And on behalf of our entire family we would like to say thank you for another great year and thank you our community for continuing to support our business there's no way that we will be here without your support we'd like to wish everyone a happy and healthy two thousand eighteen the the farm bureau leaders in the president dumming the denizli welcome in hogan everyone for tennessee home in farm radio i'm leaving over six thousand farmers and ranchers from across the country are expected to be heading to opera land this weekend for the american farm bureau ninety ninth annual convention and of course highlight is expected on monday as president trump is scheduled to address the group american farm bureau president be devolved i think up eight will be it added travel america here are almost ranchers talk about they won't this present basics like the way he thinks they they like what he's doing so i think they're going to be real excited the scene and i'm hoping that we can give a really warmed american farm bureau every year the president's along with the secretary of agriculture are invited to the farm bureau convention but you have to go back twenty five years since the last presidential visit that was from george bush senior and kansas city invite both of them every year and we know make the sector cooker and uh the president com after he ran and put an emphasis on rule america has put a right place between mr pruitt at eight p a link interior that are walking sabah with our american bureau try to make some positive things happening was just real root really encouraged about that and it should be exciting for the egg industry to have the president speak at the farm bureau convention and over the weekend a lot of other events taking place at opera land as the young farmer competitions get underway dairy farmers joe and becky smith of overton county will represent tennessee and compete for the young farmer achievement award it's exciting to ramble he we talked about repairable that were may new friend friendshipsin is almost unbelievable let it ever half of the hard word in no time spent in that case into this organization really fight it all and for.
"farmer joe" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"The commodity crop insurance program so if you are a farmer farmer joe you're in the middle of iowa you say this year i'm going to farm two thousand acres average farm in the us is about twenty five hundred acre zyuganov in a farm two thousand acres but before i plan to feed let me see what crops their ensuring this year uh turns out it's corn and soy it's always corn and soy by the way mm let's see i can get a better price for corn than i can for soy this year i'm going to go ahead and plant corn now the average farmer needs to make left twenty dollars an acre to survive but farmers in the us are making about two dollars an acre who pays the difference we do and here's how it works the government set the minimum price guarantee for that crap of course the crop isn't gonna make the farmer that much money so the farmer comes back at the end of the year and they go well i only made this much money the government goes that's okay joe here's your check keep on farming better luck next year now without the subsidy what happens well a couple of things happen without this subsidy the first thing that happens is we don't have all that field corn to put into the feed watts to make sick animals to make the cumin that's the first thing the only reason we grow field corn the primary crop in the united states is because of subsidies for it that's the same for soybeans as well okay so the first thing that happened is farmers will look to diversify because if you're not getting a handout which i don't believe that we should be given an entire industry consistently a hand out if you're not being given that handout you're going to look actually make money well how do you make mighty not by growing corn and soy you make money by growing things that people want to eat tomatoes bananas all of these diversified fruits and vegetables the doctors tell us we should beating for our health so you know it's funny thing less than five percent of the united states is planted with fruits and vegetables the doctors tell us they should be fifty percent of our diet what about the uh the corn.
"farmer joe" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"Similar apply to through the loan the bank farmer has no power to make the bank let him farm next year so if you're marginal you need to have this reviewed and you need to have done quickly before you paid the checks over to the bank joe or you say that there are a lot of red flags out there for the stability of the farm economy right now in let's say the corn bell they're all sorts of concerns we see an iowa state and other university say that the cost of production is greater than what's being fetched the sale of crops i've had some amaya farmer clients tell me that their harvesting a better crop this year than even last year which was a phenomenal crop a problem with that is it still not an after make the payments and if we're getting a larger crop this year than we had last year we're going to increase the surplus which means we're looking for lower prices again in the future unless we can get demand to go up with the ethanol plant closing in the beta that is a big problem that we're facing where's the demand for a crop and if we can't pay the uae it cost to produce it we certainly argue to pay down debt what advice would you give farmers joe that may find themselves in this position best advice right now is to make certain before the checks are given to the bank you have it in writing signed by the banker that they're going to finance your next year which robbery agreement will i'll be otherwise you may want to consider what your other options are chapter twelve does allow you now to rightsize your farm refugee to pay that joe pifer is a bankruptcy lawyer with eggen business legal strategies in cedar rapids i'm doug cooper on the big show merited twelve eighteen doug great information there will podcast that at the big show.
"farmer joe" Discussed on Listen Money Matters
"A lot so i think what we want to do it this episode is just like give people like a breakdown of a lot of the key terms and concepts in credit and debt apparently andrew wants me to talk about like the thousands your old history of debt and why it's all violence the slavery all of your health and through their were got year seeing such a tease like way he said something like no one killed anybody until credit was created and the know known yeah like literally the credit cards came in the market and that's when murder was invented actually now i'm reading this book it's called debt the first five thousand years like a four hundred page long anthropological analysis of debt and credit in the rise of markets the rise of dead how it factors into human relations and i think the duve wrote the book because our assumption on we have like these assumptions on debt number one all debts must be paid like debts have to be paid which is kind of crazy because of all deaths had to be paid than lenders would make the craziest loans here i will let you one million dollars baby you have to me back um and the other thing is that in economics you always learn that before money there was the barter economy where farmer joe would trade a cow too you know sister constatine or what her for eighteen chickens or whatever it is and when you go out and you look at the anthropological evidence like there's no evidence of that really ever happening in a normal economy of young time you get barter is between people who basically like don't know each other well could possibly be enemies and we'll have basically nothing to do with each other after the exchange takes place as good examples of this but the part i was reading recently.