22 Burst results for "Fifteen Gallon"

Home Improvement with John & Dave

Home Improvement with John and Dave

04:40 min | 1 year ago

Home Improvement with John & Dave

"Guys, everything. Big. All right. Good. Good I hear. I hear some spots running about cleaning the air cleaner air in her houses. That's got to be a huge thing right now. So I know we'll We can spend a little time talking about that Wanted to share with you guys that. My my lennox system is is treating me very nice. We're very comfortable in the house and. I'm happy to report I. Got my saw my power bill this morning before I came in, and again for the third month in a row, it's hovering right around one hundred, fifty dollars so I'm pretty pleased with that so. an an and comfortable low humidity in in temperature. So we're we're we're really pleased with that system. Glad that Glad you guys talked into it. Hey. Well, something sell themselves. Yeah. Yeah. There's there's no doubt about it if you. If you're building if you're building new and you do some of the things that that I was able to do. It's it's probably worth it. You know you have a little bit of expenditures on the front and we did some foam in the attic that was probably the biggest thing that we did your windows that you purchased nowadays are all have to meet a certain amount of energy compliance. So you're pretty much covered there. We didn't go crazy on the windows but. We bought it. We made sure had extra tenting and I have to foot overhangs on the house. So that keeps the direct sunlight out. And then of course, the foam in the attic, which I think is probably the that's probably the the thing that helps us the most from gaining heat, and then of course, such efficient systems I just am amazed at how quiet that big old unit sitting out there and you would think that it would. It looks like it's GonNa lift off or potentially could lift off but it's so quiet. It's It's pretty amazing. So. Control. All Man. I tell you what I did. was I Iran two months with. In humidity control in and then I I switched it off into see what what the what the power bill my power bill was actually ten dollars more this month without running the humidity control. So you know it's not a very good study that's for sure but I just wondered what the difference would be. And it's it's it's pretty amazing to me. Well, you know when you watch the news in the morning and they're saying it's going to be ninety two today, but it's going to feel like one, hundred and five. Right. That spread the humidity in when you only have a thermostat that controls temperature. You don't fully understand the dynamics of what's going on in your house as far as what the humidity levels are you can when you control, it just makes you how so much more comfortable. It does it's It's it's it's amazing. The difference that it can make and then I think the other thing that I made a wise move was when what I did with my condensation from those two units were running a mini split upstairs in in a bonus room it's really a a a fourth bedroom but Gina uses it as her office and. So we have two units that are dumping condensation out all day long and. By the condensation lines where they come out of the House I just ran a a fitting over and picked up my my downspouts drains and I'm dumping that water in with those and all of it goes out to the ditch. Can't even imagine. That water sitting in the back of my house in the backyard, which is where where it went out. So we're the why I've seen that a lot this summer. Folks I've had a lot of emails and I've seen it Where they've got these big wet spots, you got mosquitoes potential for that. So and what we talk about Scott, fifteen ten, fifteen gallons a day you're pulling out. Or more if you've. got a variable speed blower and a two stage modulating. AC, you can take up to thirty gallons a day out of the house. Yeah and I think that may be the case because I've really noticed that the. The ditch out front is pretty wet around those pipes and. And I think a lot of that is in fact, the condensation that's coming out of the house

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The Salesman

Big Book Podcast

09:56 min | 1 year ago

The Salesman

"Welcome back my friends to the big book podcast. My name is Howard and I'm an alcoholic sober since nineteen eighty eight one day at a time in this episode the Fifteenth Story from the Personal Stories Section of the first edition of alcoholics anonymous published in nineteen thirty nine. It's entitled the salesman and was printed only in the first edition of the big book. It's one of those stories that listeners may be hearing for the first time that prominently featured Dr Bob and other early members of a personally helping another alcoholic achieved sobriety and now the salesman I learned to drink in a workmanlike manner when the law of the land said I couldn't and what started out as a young man spun became a habit which in its later existence laid me by the heels many a time and almost finished my career teen years. Were uneventful with me. I was raised on a farm but saw little future in farming. I was going to be a businessman took a business. College course acquired a truck and a stand in the city market of a nearby town and started off. I brought produce from my folks place and sold it to city customers and there were plenty of them with bulging pocketbooks. Back of me was the normal life of a farmer son. My parents were unusually standing people. My father was a lifelong Conrad till the day of his death. The business theory I'd learned in college was now being practiced and I was equipped beyond many of my competitors to be materially successful soon. I had expanded until I was represented in all the city markets and also in another city in nineteen twenty one we had the forerunner of the later depression and my customers disappeared successively. I had closed my stands and was finally wiped out all together being a young man of affairs I had begun to do a little business and social drinking and now with time on my hands I seem to do more of it following a year of factory work during which time I got married. I got a job with a grocer as a clerk. My Grocer employer was an expert winemaker and I had free access to his cellar. The work was monotonous in the extreme behind the counter all day when I had been used to driving around attending a business meeting people and building for what I thought was a great future I marked to a milestone the death of my father. I missed greatly. I kept hitting the wine with just occasional use of liquor leaving the grocery I went back into the produce business and out people went back to liquor again and got my first warning to quit before it got me. I was anxious to get with a concern. Which would give me an opportunity to build up again and landed a job. With a nationally known biscuit company I was assigned to a good business region covering several important towns and almost at once began to earn real money in a very short time. I was the star salesman of the company winning a reputation as a business getter. Naturally I drank with my better customers for on my route. I had many stops where there was a good business but I had things rather well under control. And in the early days of this job I seldom wound up my day's work with any visible effects of drinking. I had a private brewery at home which was now producing fifteen gallons a week most of which I drank myself. It is typical of the attitude. I had toward alcohol at that time. That when a fire threatened total destruction of my home and garage I rushed to the seller and rescued my most precious possessions a keg of wine and all the beer. I could carry and got pretty indignant when my better half suggested that I had better get some of the needed effects out of the house before it burned down. My home. Brewing gradually became a bore and I began to carry home bottles of powerful bootleg whiskey starting with a half pint every night and winding up with a cord as my daily after allowance. For Time I kept on the job. Spacey my drinks and route and very little of them in the morning hours. I just couldn't wait until I got home to drink. In a very short time I became an all day drinker chain store managers and quantity buyers. Were both my guests and hosts and every now and then we had prodigious parties finally in a reorganization shakeup resulting in new district managers with a pretty poor territory. Deal for me. I gave the company two weeks notice and quit. I had bought a home but in the year and a half following I had little income and finally lost that I became satisfied with just enough to live on and by the liquor I wanted then. I landed in the hospital when my car was hit by a truck. My car was ruined entirely that loss and my injuries. Plus recriminations of my wife sort of sobered me up. When I got out of the hospital I stayed sober for six weeks and had made up my mind to quit. I went back in the business where I had been successful salesman but with another company when I started with this concern I talk things over with my wife and made her some very solemn promises. I wasn't going to touch another drop of liquor by this time. Prohibition was a thing of the past and saloons and clubs where I was well known as a good customer and a good spender became patrons. I rolled up my business until I was again. A star but after the first four months on the new job. I began to slip. It is not unusual in the drinking experience of any man that after time of sobriety he comes to the conclusion that he can handle it in. No time at all liquor again became the most important thing in my life and every day became like another steady drinking in every saloon in club on my route I would get to headquarters every night in a top heavy condition. Just able to maintain equilibrium. I began to get warnings and was repeatedly fired and taken on again. My Wife's parents died about this time. In unfortunate circumstances all my troubles seemed to be piling up on me and liquor was the only refuge. I knew some nights I wouldn't go home at all and I did go home. I was displeased when my wife had supper ready and equally angry when she didn't I didn't want to eat at all and frequently when I underestimated consumption of the amount of liquor I brought home. I made extra trips back to town to renew the supply my morning ration when I started out with five double whiskies before I could do any business at all. I would go into a saloon trembling like a leaf tired appearance and deathly sick. I would down to double whiskies feel the glow and become almost immediately transformed in half an hour. I would be able to navigate pretty well and start out on my route. My daily reports became almost illegible and finally following arrests for driving while intoxicated and on job at that I got scared and stayed sober for several days not long afterward. I was fired for good. My wife suggested I go to my old home in the country which I did continued drinking convinced my wife. I was a hopeless case and she entered sued for divorce. I got another job but didn't stop drinking. I kept on working. Although my physical condition was such as to have required extensive hospitalization for years. I hadn't had a peaceful night's sleep and never knew a clear head in the morning I had lost my wife and became resigned to going to bed some night and never waking again. Every drunkard has one or two friends who have entirely given up hope for him but I came to the point where I had none that is none but my mother and she devoted soul had tried everything with me through her people came to me and talked but nothing they said some were ministers and others good. Church members helped me a particle. I would agree with them when they were with me and as fast as they went away. I'd go after my bottle. Nothing suggested to me seemed to offer a way out. I was getting to a place where I wanted to quit drinking but didn't know how my mother heard of a doctor who had been having marked success with alcoholics. She asked me if I'd like to talk to him and I agreed to go with her. I had known of course of the various cures and after we had discussed the matter of my drinking fairly thoroughly. The doctor suggested that I go into the local hospital for a short time. I was very skeptical even after the doctor hinted there was more to his plan than medical treatment. He told me of several men whom I knew who had been relieved and invited me to meet a few of them who got together every week. I promised I would beyond deck at their next meeting but told him. I had little faith in any hospital treatments meeting night. I was as good as my word and met the small group. The doctor was there but somehow I felt quite outside the circle. The meeting was informal. Nevertheless I was little impressed. It is true they did know psalm singing nor was there any set ritual. But I just didn't care for anything religious if I had thought of God it all in the years of drinking. It was with a faint idea that when I came to die I would sort of fix things up with him.

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Freshwater Mussels Are Dying And No One Knows Why

Short Wave

08:50 min | 1 year ago

Freshwater Mussels Are Dying And No One Knows Why

"TALKING FRESHWATER MUSSELS. And the fact that they're dying off. Where should we start so I actually want to take you to South West Virginia right near the border with Tennessee? Mattie put on your waiters done okay because we're about to get into the waters of the clinch river so the clinch river flows at the feet of the southern Appalachian Mountains. The water is cold very clear and that is good news because freshwater mussels live on the bottom of rivers. They're kind of like sorta like the less edible version of their saltwater cousin they don't get the same love but they bury themselves in the sediment and among the rocks on the bottoms of rivers and I went out to find some of these muscles with Jordan Richard a biologist with the US fish and wildlife service who is obsessed with freshwater mussels and it did not take him long waiting out into the water for him to find what he did not want to see how long this is a matter of like. How long does it take until we see something that died very recently won? Shell was just laying there even say it's not buried. That's its footing Jordan. There he'd reached into the water and pulled out that muscle a pheasant shell. That's the species but should be buried in food. Not that's dead and this show is about the size of his palm. It's this beautiful. Golden Brown color But the Muslim side is usually a smooth. Pink is turning Greyish Brown and frayed around Sedgwick's Basically it's rotting in place. I saw that one took a few steps out and by the time I stopped right there at like five expecting not a good way which I'm pretty I'm pretty used to like coming out of your thing and I'm GonNa see just getting completely like bombed with the muscles but it's obsolete lousy you out there finding like dead muscle after dead muscle. Yeah I mean they were everywhere and you heard Jordan say but this is really not what he was expecting. It was not the time of year that they typically see a bunch of mortality You know he was just being nice and taking a reporter but biologists have been going at different sections of the clinch river since it was first noted in two thousand sixteen and in just one section of that river the US Fish and Wildlife Service estimates that the number of pheasant shell muscles that have died is in the hundreds of thousands knee. It sounded like I don't know just hearing his voice on the tape that he was super upset. Yeah I mean he was on the verge of tears when we were talking and then he tried to apologize about later. Which I didn't think was obviously not necessary but it was upset because he's so frustrated by what's happening they don't know what's causing this and there's this kind of feeling of helplessness. This guy is so passionate about freshwater ego systems. It's his entire life. I mean he actually said that he had three fish tanks house one by his bed one by the foot of his bed and one in the living room so yeah very understanding wife. Okay but let's talk a little bit more about why people are trying so hard to save these muscles. They play a really important role in freshwater ecosystems. Right totally so. They don't often get the attention they deserve. Here's someone who knows that all too well. People don't tend to get quite as excited about things that lack burns. Unfortunately that was emily blevins. She's a conservation biologist with Versi Society for Invertebrate Conservation. Which you know besides having a really cool name is a nonprofit that focuses on some of the world's more under loved Chrisny. I'LL SAY AT ONCE. I'LL SAY THOUSAND TIMES INVERTEBRATES. Don't get enough credit. I know I mean I think as vertebrates are a little biased but these muscles do deserve a ton of credit. There are filter feeders so that means that they filter water through them. While they're down they're just chilling on River Bottoms. There's research that shown they can remove pharmaceuticals from the water and pesticides and flame retardants and they remove E. coli from the water. They're like our little water filters exactly so a few of the biologists. I talked to really did say you can think of them. As nature's equivalent to a BRITTA filter cleaning up the water that we drink implant but they all sorts of cool stuff like reducing the size and impacts of dead zones. Those big nasty you know fishing life killing phenomena to keep occurring in the Gulf. They do that by filtering out. Sediment and agricultural runoff They sequester carbon phosphorus heavy metals in their shells. They reduce fecal bacteria from water. And you know like what's not to love about Madonna got it thank God. A single freshwater. Mussel can filter more than fifteen gallons of water in a day and besides that they provide habitat to tons of other species. One biologist described them as like the fresh water equivalent to a coral reef. So these muscles are clearly out here doing a lot of work. We don't have any idea what's causing these die-offs so no I mean we have some hunches but you know Jordan. The biologists set it could be a million different things that is causing this There's a bunch of folks working on this from around. The country. University was constant is doing a lot of work and they've recently identified a virus and bacteria that they say are statistically associated with the dial keywords being you know statistically associated so not enough to say hey dingaling we found it but they're highly suspicious of a pathogenic cause and that is where their research is focused right now. What about the stuff like we? Humans are doing on climate. Change for example. Does that seem to be a contributor at all? Well I mean there's no doubt. The climate change is stressing river ecosystems as it is just about every system everywhere but it does not seem to be the driver of what's going on here as far as scientists can tell But I think it's important to note that there are other human components it sort of brought us to this place as I mentioned freshwater mussels or already on the brink and that is because of human activity fun fact before the Aplastic Freshwater Mussels were actually collected in cultivated by the millions to satisfy a commercial demand for buttons. Their shells were pearly white inside right. Thanks for Buttons Fresh Harman's But even more damaging was just you know the general destruction that was brought along by Human Development. So there was pollution from coal mining in the southern Appalachia Rivers dammed for power streams diverted for agriculture wetlands pay for housing and all of those things have brought freshwater mussels to the point where a mysterious die off can happen and it becomes so crucial to find out why fast because there's so little wiggle room left in the system all right eight. Your bumming me out. What's the plan? So there is a contingency plan all right and there always needs to be a contingency plan But like most contingency plans. It's one that nobody wants to use in this case it's a hatchery or nursery more or less for freshwater mussels one of our living screams So pheasant shells in here. That's the one that really dial so basically this place is like a last line of defense for some of these species they're going to breed them in captivity so at least they're not totally gone from planet earth. Exactly so tim and the other. Biologists are reproducing muscles. Here keeping them safe until they're mature enough to be brought back into the wild they're basically stock and when the recent die off started on the clinch river. They brought a bunch of muscles here from part of the river that wasn't affected And those muscles could not just be used as stock but they could also use a baseline a healthy sample to us as they search for the die-offs 'cause Worst case scenario they have to take some of those muscles and try to repopulate parts of the Clinch River. Where the muscles of Dino are going to stand idly by watching the way we're GonNa do the best we can to help them produce progeny. So of the species isn't going for Jordan Richard. The biologist remitted beginning also is helping with this effort and he says it you know he knows. That muscles aren't as photogenic as a rhinoceros or polar bears but freshwater mussels are crucial to the health of other species. So if they go. We're going to have a lot of problems is not sexy to care about the foundation of Your House and you could renovate your kitchen but he says if that foundation is crumbling and you ignore it by the time you notice a problem because you fall through the floor. It's too late to do anything about it. And then everything else including your fancy. New Kitchen is going to fall through to

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"fifteen gallon" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"fifteen gallon" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Also a big important thing so if you've got you're cation systems you probably don't need to be running a much right now you know we have had enough rain to kind of make a difference we have a lot more moisture in the air to add to the plants really tend to enjoy it well whatever your dreams are for the perfect landscape or P. that side door and desert landscape if you attack about Tropicales house plants Christmas trees poinsettia as whatever your dreams are or if you have suggestions and ideas would be growing something fun at home world leaders as lots of different styles plenty of things to grow here here we are in a subtropical climate that means we can have some freezes but we don't have many and that being the case the citrus seasons coming around and the fruit qualities really coming up because we have had some cool mornings not that they've been very consistent but those temperatures down in the forties or what makes our oranges ripe inner lemons you know turn call color and it's so it's kind of a precursor to the holiday season whatever it's the beginning of our set for season as well well four lines still open we always start off pretty empty we finish up pretty hard to get into so if you've got an idea question suggestion was nearly give rise to call in every call six SO two two seven seven five eight two seven Linda open fountain hills good morning Linda good morning it's good to hear you this morning I love the rain we had last night was beautiful what nice soft rate in the last little while yes it I'm calling I wanted to get to give an after Teo to a friend for a Christmas gifts okay and I would hope and I just wanted your advice on that I called one of your locations and that kind of an idea but I just wondered if this is a good idea or not I would give them the gift certificates and then work with your planters and with this person reseeding the guest as to when they would have it delivered and all that well that's probably certain a lot easier than the movie and I could see around you know with bare root Akihiro should be better plan the summer but it containerized one would plant just fine this time of year and that you can even plant a bare it would now for that matter so you know that's what you need to plant Linda and out of all the plants from Marcin during desert I I got to say it's probably my favorite it's it's one I'd love to and so does my friend well that would be a good surprise yeah so now the fifteen gallon is in my price range that what we know the fifteen going on could two years that we have now we've actually had in the containers for over a year to root them out and so the difference is a transplant much better than a bare ruined so it's easier to get planted established and you know there are fine planted it was let's say one of my very favorite plant probably from the Sonoran Desert hello so like if I could if I call call back your nursery and so they can review what no absolutely they can set it all up with you just call the nurse with us at all up with you you can give a gift certificate and then they can call in and redeem or come in and choose one yet and was offered stall form so so you think that they can the one in container is as good as the bare root I think it's much better than the yes that's why the cocaine rising actually takes is only about a year to Rudaki T. as they rip pretty slowly you know they really are harvested out of the desert and rough of conditions you know they're taken out of usually fairly stony places that that they're not deep rooted and so the roots are then cleaned up and and then put into a container really takes a whole year for them to become established so I would definitely opt to plan a locker key from a container verses a parrot and they told me that you could plant them anytime of the year you can from the container that's a big advantage because they arise and then it's and then that they want to water it sparingly even though was from a container this time yeah they don't need much water and you know they thrive here in our client yes okay great great well I thank you for taking my call and I'm going to get on it right away thanks for well we won't be over there for a couple hours I'm not sure I'm going to church okay morning are you wanted to get in right away thank you letter thank you bye bye I'm bill in Phoenix good morning bill yes good morning right I had a question about a grapefruit tree that's got a little bit of a problem with a termite are you have a solution to the well the termites really aren't a problem for the grapefruit tree what they're doing is they're just getting up out of the ground with their titles especially on a rainy season they would actually be down in the ground they will feed on the web that showed off of the tree but they're not gonna eat live would bill so they're not going to really hurt great for yeah we don't get it because they don't know they're they're really you know their natural critters I've been here for you know probably millions of years and that they do out of the desert serve a very useful purpose break down the decaying wooden things so it already left alone the ones out under that in the arts.

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Higher Gasoline Prices In Iran Fuel Demonstrations

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:28 min | 2 years ago

Higher Gasoline Prices In Iran Fuel Demonstrations

"Now the news coming from Iran is sketchy because the government has shut down the Internet. But we do know that. Last week the government hiked gas prices prices by fifty percent protests broke out and turned violent over the weekend. Several people are reported to have been killed. The country's supreme leader has condemned this unrest arrest which has reportedly spread to about one hundred cities in a tweet. US Secretary of State. Mike Pompeo expressed solidarity with the people of Iran. And here's what. US Ambassador into the United Arab Emirates. John Recall to sit on Sunday. We're not advocating regime change. We're going to let the people decide for themselves. Their future but their future or is to be part of the world community impure international correspondent. Peter Kenyon has been following these developments from Istanbul. Good Morning Peter I David. We're talking about one hundred cities. Reportedly I mean how intense are these protests. Well the intensity depends on where you are today. The government's saying calm is restored whether that lasts remains to be scene U. N. officials are calling on Tehran to stop using live fire against demonstrators. They're shocked at the loss of life. These protests started pretty ready peacefully after Friday prayers last week but there was violence then over the weekend. Gas Stations were a popular target to underline the anger at this hike in the fuel prices and and by the way that also includes this new rationing system. Which means if you're a driver and you go over the ration limit which is about fifteen gallons a month then? The price goes up three hundred percent by western standards. We should note even these higher prices are not that high but in the context of the Iranian economy. It's going to cause pain especially for lower income level folks What is the government doing? I mean I mentioned. They've shut down. The Internet is are there signs. They're going to do more more to crack down on this. Well crackdown is the right word. That police and security forces were sent out on the streets there have been clashes with demonstrators. And there's there's a warning that it could get much worse runs. Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps has warned that any further writing would be dealt with decisively on Sunday Iran on Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei came out and he said yes. I support the fuel price increase. He also called the protesters thugs which was seen by some as is an authorization for a crackdown and it may have put a bit of a chill on the numbers of people turning out after that His endorsement may also be imparted. What spurred the UN and others to call offer calm and an end to the use of lethal force? Peter if there is economic pain and and it's new or growing in some way is is it tied at at all to these economic sanctions put on Iran by the United States. Some are onions. Thanks so the Foreign Minister Mohammad. Javad Zarif is blaming the US He was responding to a comment by Secretary of state. Mike Pompeo who tweeted that the US was with the people of Iran as we said any American regime that imposes coercive economic sanctions actions bars. Delivery of food and drugs to the elderly. Medical patients can never claimed supporting the Iranian nation. And so it's Yes the US sanctions are definitely being blamed named. How hard is life there in general economically? It's not good The unemployment is up. The Iranian oil is down. People savings are being eaten up. A frequent target rid of anger is Europe who had pledged to keep the twenty-fifth nuclear deal going and keep trade going but so far they've had very limited success in doing that.

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"fifteen gallon" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen gallon" Discussed on WTVN

"Said over heard president trump asking about the status of investigations he wanted Ukraine to pursue ABC's Erin to Turkey in Washington the Republican National Committee confirms it will hold its winter meetings at trump national to Ralph throwing business to one of the president's struggling properties previously Mr trump has been accused of using the presidency to enrich himself US sanctions against Iran continue to take it to a Republic news agency reports authorities have imposed gas rationing private cars limited to a fifteen gallon monthly quota Iran also increasing the price of gas to thirteen cents per litre of from nine cents taxis and ambulances will be allotted more gasoline Richard can't to ABC news little bit a re freezing out there tonight as we drop into the low twenties you might find a little patch of ice here in their lot areas beginning to dry enough that it's not too big a problem thirty nine on Friday with a little more melting forty three on Saturday Sunday up to forty seven I'm ABC six first morning chief meteorologist Marshall like peak on your severe weather station news radio six ten WTVN to talk to George nori call the wildcard line at eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine the first time caller line is eight one eight five zero one four seven two one to talk toll free from east of the Rockies call eight hundred eight two five five zero three three from west of the Rockies toll free call eight hundred six one eight eight two five five to reach George via Skype use Skype name George nine seven three one three cent George a text message anytime at eight one eight two nine eight six five two one from the gateway to the west this is coast to coast AM with George Noory we will be back in a moment the more questions and.

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"fifteen gallon" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

05:10 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen gallon" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Size that you've got right now of the the fifteen gallon container okay I think that's as big as it be practical to go okay and once again started gets you know then you can kind of take away the rocks of just dry stack them sort of you know just make sure that it's not too deeply planted even because when you put that kind of them that much soil in a race value one be sure that settles right before you determine your final saying so high because this can become a Lucy goosey dirt in there well you've a lot all the dirt in the container right that's already there so basically you're just gonna be adding a little bit of stuff around the edges if you will so but don't the little island if I did that this weekend and then current flows in the spring the gone with settled in the yeah it'll settle if you just water here is just you know a lot of people could and hoping to get a new softer and plant a tree and it just you know they dig a hole they put the dirt in there they put the tree then they water it and then the tree sinks can't have that happen give time for another question yeah I over should I've got a couple acres here and I will receive my from earlier with rock this winter I am not here I lucky guy that point the third seeded today before we got to six inches in length so I had so I appreciated again this week because that was all washed off is there anything you could use besides rocket man right the **** up book a call now is it really that used to be so charmed very good sixty one box they had done that's a lot I I nothing that'll stay green like that I don't think okay you know I mean nothing looks quite as nice are you buy in the perennial or the common just a comment and it is that much yeah extensive as that is and he said I didn't know it was that much well no I don't have a good alternative if that's what you're asking not so I guess you got a really love it all it I mean the lawn this look hello yeah there in the winter plus they'll skills all I have no we didn't while I believe but I don't have all the people who got that I used to have one I didn't overseas yeah it'll it'll crowd out that kind of stuff that's a good point good point well thank you for your call Mister all right have a good one bye bye let's go to Mainer Hey Gerald thank you for waiting how can we help you good morning I have a little big tree or big stick I call it football I was out of town for a couple weeks earlier with a cold snap came through and now all their lease on my little pig hello this is still a green yeah it helps a little green things on it yeah for sure it'll be fine I think because it didn't it wasn't a brutal freeze it was you know it did make my lantana lucky keel tell you that they are all brown but hopefully did not kill it but that's a good sort of cautionary tale for me to tell people this time of year any plant is more vulnerable in a container especially a little video thanks Dick like that so I think you'll be okay but do not let that happen to it again so either you know I don't even know if I want to say get it in the ground right now if you if you can you're gonna have to protect it because it's a little you know that's little how do you go about translating it from the top down into the ground without holding it well you gotta be careful taking it out of the pot so you don't want the part you don't want to spoil soaking wet you want it to be you know to where you can put the pot on its side and I kinda roll the potter you know a little bit with my hands to loosen it up so it's not signed on to the sides in the end slide it out gently and you should be okay would be better just to wait until spring or later in the winter or well I mean is it because it is such a small store of you know I don't know she can protect it all winter I might wait well protected only all covered up the left it open yeah well then it's fine better to get it in and get it in the mail you know because we've still got some time before will start getting the really hard freezes so I I don't let me go ahead and get it in as soon as possible and then just know you're gonna have to maybe you know protect mulch the heck out of it and don't let it go drive before a hard freeze you know I mean alrighty then thank you very much Sir thanks for calling this morning time for a break we'll be back after this and an ad from dad all right save money on car insurance when you bundle home and auto with progressive because it is a what.

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U.S. gas prices rise after Saudi oil attack

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

01:52 min | 2 years ago

U.S. gas prices rise after Saudi oil attack

"We have been covering the historic spike in oil prices. After that attack on Saudi Arabia's oil production the weekend attack took away an estimated five percent of global oil supplies marketplace's Nancy Marshall Genzer is here with a Tuesday morning morning update Nancy. I'm seeing crude prices in Europe and the US down slightly today. Yeah Brent crude futures shot up to almost seventy two dollars a barrel yesterday and increase of almost twenty percent but by the end of the day Brent had fallen back to about sixty seven dollars a barrel. That's because traders realize realize there's a lot of oil in storage the US has its Strategic Petroleum Reserve President Trump has authorized a release of those reserves if necessary in Saudi Arabia says it has enough reserves to keep exports for the next month but most of that dramatic up word has stuck for now sixty two dollars. There's a barrel at the moment but we don't put crude in our tanks exactly we put gas at our tanks and we will definitely feel some pain at the pump David. I'm one analyst I spoke with expects us to pay ten to fifteen cents more a gallon over the next week. Other analysts are saying gas prices could rise ten to twenty five cents a gallon all right so an extra three dollars and seventy five cents per fill up with a fifteen gallon tank but what other prices could rise because of airline ticket prices because Airlines Airlines have a problem they have to absorb the oil price hike but they won't be able to raise ticket prices right away. They used to hedge on fuel but they don't do that anymore anymore. Exxon Mobil stock rose one and a half percent yesterday. Chevron went up two point two percent. BP up one point one percent some stock indices footsie see in London up two tenths percent here. The Dow future is down two tenths percent the S&P futures down a tenth percent

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"fifteen gallon" Discussed on X96

X96

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen gallon" Discussed on X96

"Taping thermometers to the **** of several French postman. in order to find out if the **** were both the same temperature. there we sure show that on average the left **** was slightly warmer but only if the postman were wearing clothes the experiment I want line did not explain why postman war consider the perfect subjects for testing of **** but added that a follow up experiment tested the temperatures of the **** of eleven bus drivers. temperature. can have an impact on fertility as we know as pro long very high or very low temperatures can damage the quality of a man's sperm so it's possible that the Toulouse experiment may yet contribute I help finding couples particularly those people who are married a postman or bus drivers well with fertility problems my right one is significantly warmer weather traffic. do you buy never wants to give you a free a bonfire burrito just log on to the updated maverick at before September tenth that was. six days ago. LL be loaded into your account maverick adventures first stop I stop there yeah I feel that the maverick yesterday all right matter of fact which one did you there's a member close by I I will always choose the man I was on the one on nine Houston third south how about you Park City ha. yeah so whether today warm very warm highs in the upper eighties and very windy especially later on this afternoon and into the evening we might even see a thunderstorm out of that but definitely windy traffic for the program says foothill Boulevard rightly northbound blocked it red hanger broken down bus they're saying maybe take parleys way to twenty thirty east hopefully it clears soon all that earlier it lost load I fifteen south down your fifty third self in Maria third lane is now open but delays are still stretching all the way back in Salt Lake that's traffic alright here's Bernard candidate number three. you're gonna need a lot more than fifteen gallons. Russian orthodox priests have blessed the city that they say is suffering from the diseases of drunkenness and fornication..

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"fifteen gallon" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen gallon" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"You're in Tampa use you just right your brain ten if your brain ten out head over to the bigger of landscape supply there are right. okay yeah they they carry everything that they carry most everything I talk about and if you don't know a specific item you can say mark take a if you got a phone take a picture of an email to me my gosh it's so easy and if I if I happen to be at the computer or something I see no that's not what you want you want this okay okay thank you and no one now the question I have is about blueberries which one is the best to grow in our box well you want to you want jul or emerald so thank you think about like my wife likes you know gems okay yeah Jewell thing that she wanted to Jules an emerald member of. those are the two varieties that you want and get them as big of a plant as you can afford manage and I like to plant those out in fifteen gallon containers I put mine in containers okay because containers yes because then you can manage the PH in the container okay just like your ceilings for tomatoes you gonna be able to manage your your PH is for your tomatoes and what you're putting on them in a fifteen gallon container use at least a three gallon starter plant. okay okay. yeah. okay thank you.

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"fifteen gallon" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

09:12 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen gallon" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"The hot trees now hi trees are still how trees that that have been around before we start talking about drought and climate change and I mean red maples red maples one of the most popular trees we sell you know whether it's October glory red maple or a red sunset red maple I mean that's a very high volume tree some elms a Drake elm which is of the jet you know that these are improved elms eat well the Drake almost still like a you know almost powerful Leah so it's a big weeping tree that's been around for a long long time that's a Chinese yeah okay a Chinese older kinda weird trees in that what the first of all yeah the exfoliating bark which scares some people and then you have a tree that can be deciduous earn not be deciduous and is really brought in spreading yes and it and wants to be a strong it's a massive tree yes me another very popular tree Chinese to stash that'll always be popular and then now the Keith Davey the fruitless Chinese dispatches sort of readily available still small but readily available it's been a long time to try to for for nurseries to get those into production so that's also becoming more popular the Keith Davey was in response to the fact that the female China common Chinese to stash the female variety produced berries and the berries are very popular among birds in the birds delivered those berries to other areas including riparian areas or all of a sudden Chinese dispatches started popping up in the wild yeah we have Chinese process ceilings popping up in the nursery many different locations yeah the one problem with the Chinese mustaches that it can get verticillium wilt right and that's that you need to be very careful if you want to plan a Chinese the stash that you don't have verticillium problems in your soil can you mitigate that somewhat by planting high or planting in an area of your yard that has better drainage than another I don't think you can I in our area where I live and I mention this because I was recollecting the last time I was on there's a lot of verticillium wilt yeah and I've got the stash trees in the school right next to my house that are in stages of decline big campers also net and they there's they're surviving but I think once a tree establishes routes it gets big enough and has a large established root system that spreads it's going to be into any kind of console conditions that you know if you add soil it's going to get into others you know it's going to get to this these the original soil since we're on the scenic bypass let's continue summer to me has always been verticillium wilt time that's when you really see it yeah it seems like it it sort of sits there and then when the soil warms up all of a sudden it it pops up in all its glory and the glory is usually all of a sudden you look at a tree and it's half dead right it's a it's a vascular disease with no control so as it starts getting hot there is less water conduction in the tree because it's a vascular disease so Japanese maples if you have a Japanese maple specially and you see they'll say one branch die back most likely verticillium wilt and you can cut that off but then you're you're you're still gonna look at you know pass with the tree failing down the line red maple isn't susceptible to verticillium wilt I've never seen it in red maple now I mean it could be and I'd have to look it up but I've never seen it in a landscape I mean primarily the trees that I would worry about would be camp for the stash all of us Japanese maples all right and trees that are resistant to verticillium well you go on and there's a lot of trees that are resistant well there there there's a list of trees that are resistant many of them which I look at it and I but I just I don't happen landscape birch and and for you know yeah this like an add on a plant that all right so landscape suitable verticillium wilt trees yeah if you resistant yeah if you have verticillium in your soil and you're not always going to know that until you have a treat until you have a tree died but then you what plan something that's resistant that's the best choice okay landscape suitable verticillium resistant trees would include you know you're gonna test my memory here and at my every great here's a dead brain cells so I mean I can think of birch they might want to think about it for five minutes and after the break you idle catalyst the website look it up real quick I looked it up before but I just don't remember why so I you know I know the list you're talking about and like you say a lot of those your your nuts if you plant them in a typical suburban life ends when we deal with landscape architects and designers and contractors that's a topic that never comes up did you know it it's the it's not something that they planned for or pay attention to me and so will send a stash your later parts you know it's it's failing in some way or a couple years later we'll get a call back and say what you know you know what's wrong with this the stash yeah I can tell you right now it's by verticillium or Japanese maple we get calls on a regular basis Japanese maples half like trees that yeah and it's a simple simple answer the soil solar is Asian kill verticillium wilt I'm sure it does I don't know if that for sure but I'm sure it does okay so sort of solicitation will kill most anything that's in the soil him and the summertime is the time to do it were a little late in the season now for doing it but if you know you have heard of psyllium in a yard and you're going to be taking a tree out and you're going to have this big blank space then maybe you ought to spend the next summer with clear plastic over it and soul arising the soil and then the following fall plant a tree yeah I'm not sure that will really control anything I mean if it let's let's say that you have it water draining to that spot yeah that's the other problem I mean verticillium wilt can be compounded by that yeah ordering H. where you can also spread it I mean yeah you've got fungal spores you know will will the verticillium fungus in a move I mean will it will be transported and rain water if it's you know your limits I don't know those deep those details yeah because again it's not something that we deal with a lot except for the fact that we we have trees we can you know see trees that fail so is it safe to say if you have a treaty dying on your property from verticillium wilt chances are you have verticillium wilt throughout your yard yes alright which would be who view than to plan accordingly in my neighborhood it's all you know the it there's verticillium as far as I can tell all over the area because like I've I've got a neighbor that's you know five blocks away verticillium a Japanese maple in the backyard half the trees that I can walk down the block what walk you know down my streets and I can see a Japanese maple have failed the school has trees that are failing but again planting high say into ray's bed or a large container well if it depends on the tree of the camera a big tree like a camper or even at the stash planning it hi res bet I still think that you're gonna get rid spreading pass that right out of the soil so you know did the the roots on a a tree spread very far past the drip line man and so you're you're you'd have to have a big area of clean soil well that's another topic of conversation we could have two trees that are suitable for containers now they would have to be large containers and the tree itself would have to be a rather small specimen eventually you don't want to plant a coast redwood in a fifteen gallon container what interests at a plant in the ground at their street trees and such you know if they they'll have a root containers that are put in the ground to keep the routes from raising sidewalks right so they'll do with those was to go down and then the global far below the the street or the sidewalk and you know again with a vicious street trees and how much space you out for but still you know you want to keep the routes you know so the the their innocence container grown in a way okay but a planting situation where the roots are constrained does not consist of taking that fifteen gallon container that the tree came and kept the bottom out and then planted container and all I've seen that hello yes me too yeah in the world landscape landscape installation you know it's basically dig a hole of the tree in we've I think contractors where a tree is not rooted fully in the box it was a a large box tree well you'll leave the they'll take the sides up with the leave the bottom you know the bottom boards get a whole nother right away in the route to go yeah right yeah you know and my constrict routes depending on if the route goes faster than the than the what rights but your they're afraid that the the soil father the bottom the tree so not every tree that's planted the landscape and in large construction is a fully rooted tree yeah right well that brings us back to what I think I said back at nine twenty nine that we would talk about after nine thirty and that is how to plant a tree we'll get to that too okay operates a will find a list of of vertical verticillium resistant trees and how to plant a tree I promise when we come back the K..

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"fifteen gallon" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen gallon" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Your pool for free yeah so this is the the coupe he okay a goes to Alexis this time it'll yeah see three dollars three dollars okay three dollars is a Lexus is bad don McLean saying three dollars and twenty nine cents to three dollars and twenty nine cents you said on the actual retail price of the coop and compost coop older neutralizer is five forty nine on is on the board yeah that means whoever gets this next one will take home the point will dawn tied up once again I don't know the suspense is killing me here's the next item up for bid on fleet farm prices right it is a fifteen gallon drum of mill calls branded that's right it is in fact deodorize is the toughest of honors use this as an utter wash or the manual sanitizer football tanks to cancels perfect for any any T. any under this fifteen gallons of milk house brand can be yours in the price right how many gallons don McLean this is a fifteen gallon drum okay seeing gallon drum of water wash might need some of this it goes back to this time it is right it's you this outcast on say I want a fifteen gallon twenty five dollars twenty five dollars Alexis the dollar the actual retail price of the fifteen gallon drum of milk house brand under wash is I believe I went.

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"fifteen gallon" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen gallon" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"To produce and mass in their first year and how some people are digging them out in early October putting them up bringing them inside into a sunny location and then transplanting them back out in the yard the following spring like the following may and how large those hot pepper crops are in the second year so I'm thinking you could probably do that with one of these pepper plants that are on sale at nurseries in fifteen gallon pot you can just leave it in the fifteen gallon pot and then take care of it over the winter indoors under light Sir in a sunny window and then planted out next year and get a bonanza of hot peppers now this is true for hot peppers sweet peppers it's hot peppers that are really slow in producing anybody's ever grown hot peppers knows that that yes August September there there there okay but they're kind of mild but the rule the heat really takes off in October but by then the days are getting shorter the nights are getting colder and things slow down quite a bit so why not bring it indoors mmhm and you can do it just by getting that potted plant so anyway we will be talking about that and and whatever your garden questions may be what is on my list of things to talk about here in the what Nate likes to call the old man ranting and clouds segment of KFBK garden show okay Hey here's good news go to eat weeds they did an experiment in my neighborhood in Folsom along the Oak Park way where they brought in like four hundred fifty to five hundred goats the clean off the weeds they did a magnificent job the herders would fence office section usually that section I would say was about an acre at a time they would put four hundred fifty goats in there and within a day it was like that feel had been mode it was amazing and they did that throughout the entire parkway on the trail there great job by the goats we noticed no one thing the turkeys had no place to hide anymore because the weeds are gone now everybody in my neighborhood has turkeys and that what were found that the turkeys like to do is to go up on the roof.

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"fifteen gallon" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen gallon" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Pills in a very weird place. Dangerous place. Okay that more headlines. Coming up next. Keep it here south Florida morning show. It's traffic and weather together on the five. What's going on there? We'll take a look at your drive this morning. Looks like traffic is at a standstill on the turnpike northbound between beeline highway and PGA also looking at an accident blocking the left lane on southern boulevard, eastbound approaching an-any five and an accident central boulevard north of PGA. This report is sponsored by Val, Spar paint is the right paint to get the job done right end this Memorial Day. Get it for the right price. At Lowe's with fifteen gallon of painter stain. And forty five off a pale Faust part, when you do it, right. You can't go wrong. Offer valid now through may twenty ninth via mail in rebate. Exclusions apply. Ceelo's dot com slash paint for details. That's eight fifty W L traffic. Chris Farrell for CBS twelve news. Beautiful Tuesday weather underway. Our skies are mostly sunny and we'll stay mainly sunny throughout the entire day only twenty percent chance for just an isolated shower, the high near eighty seven with light east win ten miles an hour. Tonight, slow seventy five for Wednesday. Also, mostly sunny, the high near eighty seven only isolated shout. Update real news. With no spin weekdays at noon, on news talk eight fifty. F T, L financial guys. Hi. My name is Derek Schwartz, owner, noble shoes in Palm Beach gardens and Delray Beach. I've a few quick questions to ask. They're not difficult to answer it all, so please pay close attention. I one what makes us human. Why do we dream this time travel exist? Why is the universe made of matter and not anti-matter? Does that even matter? Do I matter this ativan matter?.

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"fifteen gallon" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen gallon" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Eight six six ninety redeye but the the big news yesterday Hillary is not right. Not not surprise. I just think Bill is a liability. I also think the idea of just imagine. You know, what was interesting is that in reading or comments, they seem so politically generic didn't they? Yeah. We must fight for the issues. We're not getting we were made promises we were given promises by this. And I thought it's almost like she's just reading out of a nineteen sixty playbook or something. I don't think she has it entered. And I think she's probably concerned that with a good economy. She would learn or she would lose in a big way to Trump. My favorite story from yesterday, though, is and it would be interesting to be in local talk radio today in Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer will propose in her Tuesday budget. That's today a forty five cents per gallon increase in the fuel tax phased in over a one year period. The first fifteen cent increase would take effect October first another fifteen cent hike, April first of twenty twenty and the third increase October first on twenty twenty. When fully implemented. The proposed tax would increase the cost of a fifteen gallon fill up by six dollars and seventy five cents. You're not talked about this before how it the rumblings are Republicans wish to increase the gasoline tax on the federal level. But now because gas prices are low you have many governments. And now I mean, this is the biggest I've ever seen forty five cents in one year. Well, remember, remember, a Ross Perot fifty cents cents a gallon. And and it's. It's harder politically to do on a state level. By the way, it's to fund Michigan roads. Yeah. It's it's much harder to do on a state level politically. I mean at this level think about that. That's basically.

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"fifteen gallon" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen gallon" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"And you know, it's a beautiful kind of cool morning with the forecast. Wow. You know, it looks like we're going to have some frost on Tuesday. Then maybe again next Sarah is kind of a cool week. So what do we do at a cool week? We get out and prune those frozen things probably not. But it's given us a great opportunity to go out and work on some of our other trees, you know, if you've got bigger trees, and you wanna prune them and then them, especially deciduous trees the ashes Elms pistachios. Anything police on it right now. If you want your crepe myrtles to have the most beautiful blooms you've ever seen keep in mind that they bloom only I knew would traditionally like if you specially if you go to places like Disneyland where they have ample budget did maintain trees this time of year. They're all prune back. So that the new growth flushes out in the interior and all those new growth is going to put all the bloom. So if you want. More color in those. It's going to be great. Maybe if you have dessert willows would be a good idea to or should talpet trees all the deciduous flowering trees will really benefit being pruned this time of year as what your stone fruits. If you got peaches and apples plums and things, and you know, they haven't been pruned yet. Been busy be a great week to get out there and prune those back enough, you prune the center out of the peach trees, and basically have their form. Like, you turned your hand upside down and spread your fingers out. You're going to have branches that will come off the side, you'll get a lot less fruit. But the fruit quality, you get we'll be much better. And it'll be a lot easier to harvest to. So it's a perfect time to prune those, and you know, pretty much anything, you know. I I just thinking about it home. We have a blackberry heads, you know, and it would really be the perfect time to chop our blackberries back. Get them under control because that would they're gonna bloom on this spring where they're going to have all the berries. So a lot of fun. Lot of different things to grow here. If you have ideas questions figure you wanna talk about give us a call six zero two two seven seven five eight two seven two seven seven KTAR Bryce, I think both throw a little bay today. I think we're going to give something away. We haven't done it for a while, folks. But and honor of president's day. Let's let's give something away. It seems like a lot of people like to give things away nowadays. What should we give them? Let's give them something fun for spring for the first four callers today. We'll give you a free. This isn't a little baby when a free fifteen gallon citrus. Tree, I would really recommend lemons is it Whitfield's were lemon farmers. And so far I four callers today. We'll give you a free lemon tree, and you can cut by the nursery and pick that up today. And or you can pick it.

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"fifteen gallon" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

Relevant Podcast

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen gallon" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

"Legit question year. You live in Nashville fashioned yourself Akao girl shorthair here in the market for fifteen gallon hat one that they don't even make. Gallon that gasoline. Ricky Skaggs us. Yes. Okay. No. I know Ricky Skaggs. But the look on your face would Cameron said Ricky Skaggs I saw by the way, if you're born with the name Ricky Skaggs, you're gonna be guitar picking. Like, that's literally his parents did what we did. Which was we called anti cowgirl short, and she just kind of had to back that car into the garage slang. She knows what her. Like we're name our bully Ricky Skaggs he has what he has to. He has three life pass. If your name is key Skaggs one is is a failed. Nascar driver. Like a disgrace. Nascar driver to is what he is a tar Pickin country music legend and three is absolutely prison at a young age for. A really weird crossing small town mayor I feel like a Ricky Skaggs small town mayor. Tell all the time even when he's been elected even when he's not running anymore. His signs are everywhere. All over Ricky Skaggs mayor nineteen eighty nine. They just never go to shut down the local community center and all the rally together. And he's like an oil man, who becomes mayor. And but I already pick your boss. Chirac from the dukes of hazzard. He's very uncouth, very uncouth and already picture the opposition's campaign. This this November. Let's see what Iki Ricky is doing. Black and white. Courtroom..

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"fifteen gallon" Discussed on The South Jersey Beer Scene Podcast

The South Jersey Beer Scene Podcast

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen gallon" Discussed on The South Jersey Beer Scene Podcast

"I until i really learned how to use it i was getting maybe seventy to seventy five percent drinkable beer i mean still yeah yeah i mean i drink all my beer i've only thrown one one batch out tonight nine years and all because it too fitches bottles were exploding in the middle of the night sally someone through tv through my front window big growl exploded beer got infected i don't know was horrible horrible and there's a few different programs you can go to like this is just example not to endorse one over the this is beer smith okay now you put on i don't know events us beer smith with us easy recipe easy favors friends so we all you all get the same but you may find a recipe on on one that doesn't show up on the other so you do that or once you know the process and once you know the grains you wanna use the mulch you want to use the flavor you want you can play around and tweak whatever recipes you see doing it you know like tweak to make it too early you know like bob dylan neil young say it's all the same song so this is just a variation on that but again we have a lot of very inventive breweries in new jersey will come up with different wrinkles on a particular almost two it's like creator the eaton said there are some logistical issues though when it comes from meena mostly you're saying most people are doing at home five ten maybe fifteen gallon it's going to three seven ten barrel just the logistics of moving that much liquid working with that much grain and there are different things like not to get too scientific but like hoppy to the bigger your batch the more you kind of get our interest into the.

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"fifteen gallon" Discussed on The South Jersey Beer Scene Podcast

The South Jersey Beer Scene Podcast

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen gallon" Discussed on The South Jersey Beer Scene Podcast

"I some like banana that's what i instantly but that's me that's my nose that's where i smell but you do get that boozy yup this before i've been lucky enough of this we had this one on earlier show but it is a really really good representation of the beer i don't think about a red ale and bourbon but nicely well you know you probably inspired founders to come out with that dank would they had that i read and stuck in bourbon barrels i as much better i think founders follows the ocean county homebrew really they produced their produce bears based on our website and everything i think they subscribe to south jersey beer seen all something well i wish we're on a street is they do so this is really really good and we've been lucky enough to have a bunch of spears and i mean they're all really really well it's one great thing about him coming back all the time guy yeah so so one of the things i wanted to talk about guys scale ability i think one of the things when guys start to make bigger and bigger batches how do you determine how to scale it up now you use a look how big of a system where you do i have a fifteen gallon system but i you know you saw us software i mean some guys dry on the back of an app in i'm not that good i gotta use a program or something and you you're you're at about a barrel right no no no garage fifteen gallon fifteen gallon no no i i need to make more room in my garage so i see one or two difficult a home brewing it's it's a lot the more organized you are better if you have one place we do everything that's great i have some challenges because i'm not ready to brew in the garage it so i'll bring the burner outside and everything outside kind of the communal kind of guy watch people there at the burner outside and they're doing stuff and how big a system are you berman on a store so you can bruin whatever you wanna yeah.

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"fifteen gallon" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

MeatEater Podcast

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen gallon" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

"Got fifteen gallons of that stuff fifteen gallons of who will get our however much you want i i normally just go with cooler not like half the size of a regular beer cooler and i'll feel that up full and then that's normally good for the new that takes long to net that just teen minutes sometimes okay so it could be like hot and heavy oh yeah like talk about brian and bait for minute so i like to brian bait for a few reasons one as it helps to firm it up you'll can be soft so it's a basic component in in a brine salt that helps to draw moisture out of the out of the meat and firm it up and then i also like to add various sense and dies and mainly because i just don't have that much i don't get the fish all that often and there's time commander commander well relatively like relative to how much you wish you fish so when i go out yeah i got you but you're not a half asser nope and if there's any there's any little thing that might help help you catch a couple more on a given day i like to try it so using salt the firm thing up and then you can buy commercially produced bait and hands mints yeah you can buy commercially produced brines that are already have a die in them or you can make there's different recipes with adding different things into your brian to do the firmness and then you can make your own brian with your own materials which usually like salt and powdered milk.

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"fifteen gallon" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"fifteen gallon" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"Mainly because they had a man it was the people that work there they were dirty folks they were dirty folks and they were just um they they were people that didn't care about their own personal health and hygiene her in any way yeah it was all gross gross gross i saw a guy one time should i even say this yes please enough this and you're took met kids working in the kitchen that or gross like drop high school dropouts and hang matt knocking if you dropped out of high school k go get that ged and and keep at it that's right let these were not those people they couldn't they can't even spell ged they like i didn't get my geared yeah so these people they were gross people and i was thirteen and i couldn't speak up i didn't know like i'm not going to go to the owner of the restaurant at thirteen because he didn't care but i saw one of these dishwashers go into a walk in cooler and he was so mad about the scheduled that they put him on he took uh the lid off of the big you know fifteen gallon pot of brunswick stu and he put his his shooed foot in leg into it no all the way to the bottom and then took it back out good good and let me tell you man those shoes i've never had more disgusting clothing in my life than the clothes that i worked in it at a barbecue restaurant i know they're like the whole reason are in business is because it's the only thing that won't slide across the greasy dirty ah lower of every single restaurant in every single city in the entire world everything about that job was disgusting they would drop meet on the ground and say good catch and laugh and then pick it up off the floor it was like it was like upton sinclair's uh the jungle the jungle like right before my little thirteen year old eyes i grew up on that job.

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"fifteen gallon" Discussed on CarStuff

CarStuff

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"fifteen gallon" Discussed on CarStuff

"In less you pay a premium you can only use fifteen gallon yeah that's the case yeah that's what we're talking about is something similar to that i guess and i i guess i hope it didn't get to confused for for a lot of people but on that there was more what we are talking about but but bend goes on to say that he says he wonders if if automakers like the big three were somehow putting ardinger up wears a lucrative conspiracy men somehow putting money behind getting articles out there the highlighted the negative of the story and other positive because of course tesla did help out i mean that was a that's something oh in arguably an admirable to do i mean to flip a switch and give them you know the extra power the extra range i guess to get get a get out of there as fast as possible um but i don't i don't think there's any kind of conspiracy pen um but he says you're you're the company is squarely between you and your car argument doesn't stick either but i think it does unless you're telling me that i can i can modify my vw to my heart's content without voitey my warranty well okay now the point i guess is that we weren't saying that anything about voting warranty or any kind of hacks because right now hacks aren't really available for tesla is strictly manufacturer determined in a what kind of power up what you're getting from that battery at this point yet updates that are sent you know to tesla owners to automatically you know it's it's it's really a pretty slick system uh but you right now can't really modify you're tesla that i know of i haven't heard of any hacks that that provide more power or um you know dismal range that kind of thing right in and let us know if you have heard of one because i would be fascinated to learn about this there is another point we have to make your scott which is that in our previous conversation we had.

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