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"frog house" Discussed on Native America Calling
"This is national native. News Antonio Gonzalez a collection of artifacts from the Clink Frog House clan can continue to be displayed in a Museum that's despite a legal challenge that reached Alaska's highest court as Clare Struggle with K. H. NS reports the State Supreme Court has apparently ended. A decades-old will dispute over control of the cultural treasures. When Frog House clan members disputed the sale of artifacts to a Canadian collector in the nineteen seventies an Alaska. Superior. Court judge ruled that they actually belonged to all members of clones frog. House. The court ordered them placed in the care of clan elders living in the clan's traditional lands on the Upper Lynn Canal. It added a condition, they could only be sold with the unanimous consent of all frog clan members until the safe place was found near cluck won the artifacts would sit in the state museum in Juneau. There they remained for decades. Until last year when the carvings considered masterpieces were returned to quad. But that didn't sit well with some descendants who filed a lawsuit last summer. They argued that by housing the artifacts in the tribes heritage. Center the court had given them to the whole tribe rather than the frog house. Petersburg attorney Fred Trim made case in September that the Jocic one heritage center and Clock One kept the artifacts out of the clans reach. The protests clan members of whom their one hundred and four cannot use the artifacts. Artifacts are locked up in a museum that's not under the control or even. Recently, accessible to the Prague House numbers that the State's Supreme Court justices were unmoved in decision released on October twenty. First, they wrote the lower court had been correct and only exceptional circumstances could overturn the ruling from nineteen seventy eight. The for house posts and a copy of a carped screen are displayed at the joke one heritage sun her and cluck one the center is closed for the season but group to are available by appointment. I'm Clare Trample new. Mexico US Senator Tom Udall spoke on the Senate floor. Monday calling for the protection of Healthcare for native Americans before the Senate confirmation of Judge Amy Conybeare it to the Supreme Court. You'll raise concerns about the future of the affordable care act due to upcoming challenges. Udal says a repeal would devastate Indian country. opened the doors for so many native Americans to access the care they need. Whether it's an unplanned medical emergency or routine wellness checkups and screenings. Access to quality healthcare critical for native communities face disproportionate impacts from the COVID nineteen pandemic. The federal government has a trust and treaty obligation to consult with tribes and to provide native Americans healthcare. The affordable care act permanently reauthorized the Indian Health Care Improvement Act to Ke legal authority for the Indian service and expansion of access to healthcare for native Americans. You'll was among a group of senators and opposition of Barrett's Supreme Court nomination. Racial Equity Groups are hosting a virtual event Tuesday night to mobilize voters in Arizona. A key battleground state the National Congress of American Indians is joining Hispanic Asian. American. Native Hawaiian, and other groups to host the event to discuss voting and a number of issues from Kobe nineteen to racial justice. The event will be streamed on facebook at together we vote a Z. I'm.
Tlingit Artefacts Decision, ACA Concerns, and Arizona Voters Mobilized
"This is national native. News Antonio Gonzalez a collection of artifacts from the Clink Frog House clan can continue to be displayed in a Museum that's despite a legal challenge that reached Alaska's highest court as Clare Struggle with K. H. NS reports the State Supreme Court has apparently ended. A decades-old will dispute over control of the cultural treasures. When Frog House clan members disputed the sale of artifacts to a Canadian collector in the nineteen seventies an Alaska. Superior. Court judge ruled that they actually belonged to all members of clones frog. House. The court ordered them placed in the care of clan elders living in the clan's traditional lands on the Upper Lynn Canal. It added a condition, they could only be sold with the unanimous consent of all frog clan members until the safe place was found near cluck won the artifacts would sit in the state museum in Juneau. There they remained for decades. Until last year when the carvings considered masterpieces were returned to quad. But that didn't sit well with some descendants who filed a lawsuit last summer. They argued that by housing the artifacts in the tribes heritage. Center the court had given them to the whole tribe rather than the frog house. Petersburg attorney Fred Trim made case in September that the Jocic one heritage center and Clock One kept the artifacts out of the clans reach. The protests clan members of whom their one hundred and four cannot use the artifacts. Artifacts are locked up in a museum that's not under the control or even. Recently, accessible to the Prague House numbers that the State's Supreme Court justices were unmoved in decision released on October twenty. First, they wrote the lower court had been correct and only exceptional circumstances could overturn the ruling from nineteen seventy eight. The for house posts and a copy of a carped screen are displayed at the joke one heritage sun her and cluck one the center is closed for the season but group to are available by appointment. I'm Clare Trample new. Mexico US Senator Tom Udall spoke on the Senate floor. Monday calling for the protection of Healthcare for native Americans before the Senate confirmation of Judge Amy Conybeare it to the Supreme Court. You'll raise concerns about the future of the affordable care act due to upcoming challenges. Udal says a repeal would devastate Indian country. opened the doors for so many native Americans to access the care they need. Whether it's an unplanned medical emergency or routine wellness checkups and screenings. Access to quality healthcare critical for native communities face disproportionate impacts from the COVID nineteen pandemic. The federal government has a trust and treaty obligation to consult with tribes and to provide native Americans healthcare. The affordable care act permanently reauthorized the Indian Health Care Improvement Act to Ke legal authority for the Indian service and expansion of access to healthcare for native Americans. You'll was among a group of senators and opposition of Barrett's Supreme Court nomination. Racial Equity Groups are hosting a virtual event Tuesday night to mobilize voters in Arizona. A key battleground state the National Congress of American Indians is joining Hispanic Asian. American. Native Hawaiian, and other groups to host the event to discuss voting and a number of issues from Kobe nineteen to racial justice. The event will be streamed on facebook at together we vote a Z.
"frog house" Discussed on Horror Fictional and True Stories
"The story is definitely going to be hard believe but it's 100% true. It's a story that I told very few people in real life because I know how crazy it sounds I know people here have had weird experiences too. And a lot of you know more about folk life and entities than I do. Hopefully some of you can help explain what I saw. I love to hear your theories this occurred when I was eleven or twelve I'm twenty-eight now and I was saying the night of my friends and his house who is just a few houses down for mine. There was a large pond behind our neighborhood and we spent a lot of time they were growing up we go fishing ride bikes explore the small Forest Etc. But we really enjoy catching turtles and tree frogs. It might sound weird. But what can I say? We had somewhat of an obsession with reptiles and amphibians? Another thing I should note is that there's an old Native American trail that went through the backyards on our streaked. It wasn't the Trail of Tears, but it was related to it in some way down to remember back to the story. I was up late playing video games with Danny and after a while we wanted to do something else. It was hosted midnight, but wage added to go out and try catching some tree frogs family that lived in a nearby house had gone on vacation and they had a perfect backyard for catching frogs and we have their fence and started thawing almost immediately. I started getting a weird feeling. I had a feeling we were being watched or something was nearby and there was this energy in the air. I don't really know how to explain it but something just felt off. I remember feeling afraid but I had no reason to be we had done this kind of thing many times before and it never inspired fear about 10 minutes. Then we thought took the frog saying help me in a croaky froggy voice over and again. The weird thing was we couldn't see any tree frogs with our flashlights and the yard wasn't that big they started chanting in unison and that made it much louder it feel more than a little creeped out. We bolted out of there and back to the street. Now. We were standing on her street light on the street corner across from where the Frog house was. I looked up at the clock and noticed at least 15 dragonflies attached to each other like a human centipede. They were all doing a spiraling motion as they flew closer and closer to the light. It's just weird. So we heard and saw two unusual things, but you could possibly explain them away. What happened next however made absolutely zero fucking sense wage. After the dragonflies their thing and flew away and Danny and I remained standing under that streetlight. We began talking about the strangeness of the frogs in particular. We both heard them talking the same phrase and we were pretty much just saying what the fuck was that about at some point during the conversation. I was instantly overcome with the most intense adrenaline rush job I've ever had in my life that feeling of fear without a source while at the Frog house was back but much much stronger. It was like my fight or flight response was signal. No reason once again everything felt off and it felt like there was an intense energy all around us and making the air heavy. I was terrified and I found out later. My buddy was feeling the same thing. I became a still as possible listening intently to my surroundings. I didn't hear anything they usual but I suddenly began to feel drawn to look at the street behind me. I knew something was there. Whatever was behind me the source of my fear and it was putting out overwhelming energy with his presence alone. I absolutely turned around and looked the side note. I have full body Goose Bumps just for calling this. In the middle of street about twenty yards away from us. There was an ordinary-looking five to seven year old girl with long dark black hair wearing a white nightgown. She was sitting Indian style on the street pavement with a dog on her lap, and she was calming the dog's hair with a hairbrush. I was pretty much terrified Beyond imagination. I was Frozen with fear and could barely think straight there was an incredible amount of energy in the air and I knew something wasn't natural. She looked innocent enough, but I felt like she could snap me in half with the snap of her fingers if she really wanted to Another key detail was that she never even looked at us? She kept her head down and focused on her doll, but she definitely knew that we were watching her. After what felt like an hour realistically probably 15 to 30 seconds a car turned onto the street and began heading down the hill toward girl. I remember the headlights getting brighter and brighter as it approached her you would think maybe I would try to save a real quick, but I legitimately couldn't move also wage. I didn't really expect her to get hit for some reason. I never felt like she was in any sort of danger. Eventually, she became lost in the car's headlights. You never looking up heard all this whole time by the way, and the car just passed right through her without any sound of a collision wage is started the Southside 15 feet from us and made a right turn. We took our eyes off of where the girl was as we watched the car turn. When we lived back to where the girl had been she was gone. Instead but there was a dog on the sidewalk precisely parallel. So where the girl was sitting in the street the gel was looking right at me when I noticed it almost like it was off for me to see it. Then it just turned around and tried it up the hill in the other direction. After a few seconds the shock wore off and we spring it back to Danny's house and spend half the night looking at a second-story window toward the street. I don't know what I saw but then he saw the exact same thing. I've always felt like there was a reason it happened or reason it showed itself whatever it was to us of all people. The last thing the house in front of where the girl was seen haunted. I lived on that street for ten years and four or five different families lived in the haunted house during those ten years all thought it was haunted. I have a couple of stories about that, too, but this is already way longer than I wanted it to be. Anyway. Thanks for listening. If you made it this far, please let me know if you found Ares on my experience. It was Boston the trailer night after Christmas day of 84 and I just turned for it was a good year for presents. And one thing I got was attempted a pop-up tent that fit over a Juris. I slept on one side of the house while my parents and three sisters slept on the other separated by the kitchen and living room. It was a very old house. I woke up in the middle of the night to a noise coming from the living room. It sounded like random digital tones. I recognize now, like the first ten seconds of his telephone line. I was clutching my Cabbage Patch Kid doll. My sisters all had one. So my parents got me one the.
"frog house" Discussed on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour
"The Best Party turns to the right, and if you can't escape the third base share from the other blackjack table, so he's like fighting, battling with his share and the third base thirty finally escapes out, and he goes to the bathroom, my God, we're all just dying laughing. Yeah, and and how I was in a league with our the next day, and I found out his team name was I fought the chair and the chair one and I'm like. Like what does that mean, and then he had to tell the story, and then I heard it from you. I'm like Oh man I. Wish I was so great. Andrew Howard he'll be out in Vegas. Do I believe this year. usually comes out there for that, so we'll see him in Kentucky. We'll see Vegas, and hopefully we'll see all you out there as well all right I really want. Probably if you ever, we had dinner with him at senior frogs. What was the name of the the it was? No it was not it was fewer frogs. Hugo Frog House. I Chop House in one of those Two Rivers Casino Yeah. caretake was the piece was the size of my head. I mean we all split the peace we've seen some big hair kicks in our day. That was the biggest, no raisins. There is no reason yes, it was great. I'll tell you this I'm doing a commercial here for Hugo frogs Chop House in Chicago, but we were down there for the NFL draft. and Children Jack it great. Yup jackhammers Aaron and and Andrew Howard, but we I had I. I broke my nose on a glass door in the Conrad Hotel in Chicago. When we were staying down there, which was a nice deal by it and I didn't realize that it was broken. It just hurt like hell and I. I sat through this dinner and I was like I. Don't want to sit through a two and a half hour steak dinner. This is GonNa Suck and two dailies gentlemen, the Best Dinner I've ever had in my life I. I sat through with an untreated broken nose. That's how good the food is at Hugo frogs post so real quick bossie wasting your up at three in the morning. And he and he goes to be story. I started I went to bed. He Meyer decided like Oh. Let's go back to Jack. Let's go and have some drinks. I'm like I'm here. I'm going sorry and we couldn't find any place. That was open. Everything was closed. We found a pizza place. Place and we're drinking scotch at this pizza place like one in the morning. That's great. I mean I mistake in that sentence. Yeah, no, Chitter, so you wake me up and that you know the bathroom has all those glass in it, so it's it's a real thick glass door that separates the actual it. It divides the bathroom, too. Yeah, so you come you you like. Hey my okay. I'm A. HE WAKES ME UP to thirty three of my. What are you talking about, are you? Are you okay? And Get up, and I said tell me I'm okay. I'm okay. A yeah, you look! What. What are you just blood by your face? And then he goes on. We walk over to the bathroom and I mean it looks like you kill someone. I feel like I lost a lot of blood. Hooker, dot, or something, or some sort of it's like Myra was getting some of live chief movie was nothing wrong on it was getting over bleach and lime. He was like. Oh, I'm already here. Guys Yeah, like a bathtub fell out of breaking bad or something like that episode three I. Mean Good Gracious. I told you go to north western to get treated at their medical campus all the College Kids Dan Fixture. No, you know what's funny. Is that was Thursday night so Friday? We went to the. We went to the Museum of Modern Art Right. Yeah, the, it's the artist WHO's Jakarta Institute of Chicago. That's get it right and by the way I was wondering to drag these credence to some sort of had a pro good knows I don't want to go anywhere. You're raised him kicking hook. What is this like a a white thing on wall then when we get to a modern are sauce. Miss and and so after the art institute. Then we kind of we were going to go. We're going to use tower green goes somewhere, and it was just too crowded. American, GOTHIC FOR CHRIST'S SAKE GREAT, yeah! freaking fantastic, yeah, right? Yeah, and so then we both look hooking nine by twelve. Yeah, and so we went to the sears tower to go up there and they was too busy, so of course we are like Oh. You can't do sears tower. Let's go to Harry restaurant for a Burger which is what we did, then Chris and then I think we just. We went back and we started watching the draft at Casino and then we went to Hugo frogs that with Andrew Howard, and then first thing I did when we we left on Saturday I went and saw the doctor and and They are just remember that woman coming I never broke my nose before my life and I remember the woman coming after they took x rays. She goes congratulations and I got excited. She's like you just one yourself a fracture. Heard that then yeah, and so then you know playing basketball at the time like why? You can't play basketball for four weeks, which totally stunk and then you know my kids never touch my nose. I didn't even tell them about it and they're like they're all constantly touching my nose and I'm putting him to bed. I'm like what are you doing? You know you gotta stay off my nose like one of. Of those facemask, your career wasn't GonNa custom-made face mess for four weeks of Ymca basketball. That wasn't gonNA happen all right. Thanks to Dave evidence in Jefferson would along birthday for Andrew Howard birthday which Dave Zach FCC rob rice, and of course each and every one of you. We're GONNA be live next Friday at ten nine central seven times, football guys, Champ Dominick. Rhody will be our guest. Remember to book. And Rooms for Las Vegas getting on the main event early birds Italian, the football players have. Bird.
"frog house" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"The richest person in Venezuela the daughter of hello anyway only to vin Scully on socialism him he's missed all hosting a baseball one more thing real quickly then we got to go to break but let's see where is it this is Jeff anyway into beloved listener and frequent contributor Jaffna sent this from his favorite says surf shop in Newport beach Newport beach California the frog house shout out to the frog house we had a clever sign but the Astros stole it sign stealing you get everyone I like it a debate make more sense of it was like a baseball so I'm not sure of surfers are following that story but I thought it was amusing Amazon anyway all into Amazon about the giant company Amazon has opened up the very first cashierless grocery store which might be sweeping the nation among other things we can tell you about coming up red lake is full if you're traveling a westbound out of la mesa gonna be a rough trip into mission valley with lots of traffic in your in your future westbound fifty two leaving sandy clear market amassed and then again for the one sixty three of the five that's also going to be a rough drive because both your bicycle K. as circle K. every Cup of coffee is ground fresh that means for a mouthwatering split second circle K. coffee is actually truly the precious in the world starting in a dollar follow Marc Larson today at ten AM seven sixty ground game is the latest podcasts from the Associated Press posted by AP's Julie pace ground game discusses election strategy all through primary season download it wherever you get your podcasts Hey it's your carpet here can we talk I don't wanna sound needy but if I'm going to perform I need attention I just feel walked out all the time maybe I just need some me time you know nobody likes needy carpet.
"frog house" Discussed on Eyes on Conservation Podcast
"One thing that I love about. Eating native plants is it's entirely unfamiliar flavors but that are also reminiscent of stuff. I've eaten before it's like this whole world of discovery really cool so there's an example. You know soup plans to the same species looking entirely different than you might ask yourself. Why is that off you know whereas this one growing they're more sun here? Is there more sun there. Maybe this didn't get pollinator. Maybe actually looks to me like the various probably probably already fell. So it's an a quick life cycle. Why why could that be? And that's Kinda what like being. A nationalist is like you. You observe you. Ask questions you observes tomorrow and you begin to kind of come up with theories so you you read the landscape. I hear lots of drugs. Yeah lots of frogs about the Frog House GonNa tell us a little bit about the frogs frogs we would call them tree frogs and they need seasonal wetlands for a tadpole. So this right here is cutting the wetland off from the water so one of the like probably one of the most powerful things we could do for these frogs in this kind of habitat would be to create a corridor. uh-huh maybe put the road above maybe get rid of the road and make people go another way but right now the Right where we started here is the debt he you see a Colbert where the the river was or the creek was diverted underground. So like in the city of San Francisco for example. which is where I live? I don't know something like fifteen or twenty. Different rivers have been coverted. Just when I learned that I was like no. They're just never worked. You know that was like mind boggling ogling to me growing up in the city I thought it was always a place where there was no water but actually humans like to settle where there's water right and then we just diverted. Yeah so what if we what if we brought. Those creeks and rivers to the surface in this is poison oak with your very upright. He's brave touching okay. So that's a good point. The roofs the stems and everything are Have the oil on them but this is oxidized unless you scratched it then the oil come out so so you see a little black marks but it's you don't WanNa be breaking convince. Corporate black marks identified it the oil on. Oh just by the sticks good so the the oil is black. If you if you scratch break open the branch black oil will come out. And that's what makes that's what makes you itchy. So I have a story about poison oak poison oak. Really really bad like we would go out in the field and we'd be collecting Cedar Salvaging or whatever no-one else we get poison oak. I would come home. I would like to all of the protective measures. I would like wash everything and I would still be covered employs no then I started taking a homeopathic remedy of poison oak. I started eating it internally and I stopped getting it. If I knew I was going to be going out. I start taking it a few days before and take a few days after I stopped getting it then I kinda stop taking that and I didn't really get I continued to not get it very much. So says if I had built up an immunity then there was a moment where I was on yearbook but when I land in the island. That's in the middle of the bay bridge or the Bay Bridge goes through it and I needed to collect Buckeye nuts. Have we'll see some buckeye trees. I think on this so I needed I needed the Buckeye not for this specific project and it was. I saw the nuts through these big orange nuts and they were like lying on the in the death through a thicket of poison oak. Like I couldn't get to the nuts unless I went through the poison. Oh I was like I'm GonNa go through the poison oak but I was also kind of scared right and so I said a little prayer to the plant. I was like poison oak. I I love you I respect you. Please don't make me itchy and I went through and I got the nuts and you guys know what happens. I did not Poison oak so now every time I see the plant I say I love you. I respect you sincerely. Please don't make me Itchy so You know I did not grow up with these practices at all. I grew up in the middle of the city. I grew up without a backyard but people humans for most of our existence. Assistance have had those sorts of relationships with plants and I myself experienced when I'm relating to plant it relates back to me and it feels really slowly so like we as humans. We create these big cities or we have been creating these big cities and we we isolate our species in these big big cities. And what one thing that we're doing is we're we're preventing the opportunity for friendship with other living things. We have our pets right. So that Kinda shows knows how much we actually crave friendship with other living. Things is that we also have our dogs. There's also soap route so plant here. This was an important food source for native peoples and then it has. If you see here it has this lake fibrous casings. So it's in the onion family so it's got kind of a casing similar onion but more fibrous abreast and with this they used to make brushes. It also has a really soap like quality. The bulb does if you break off a piece of the ball and mix it with water. It's is literally your whole body with it. It's it's like self that you buy in the grocery store and they also use that as one of their primary fishing tools by pulverizing it. And they would milk the water and the calm waters and as a neuro toxin that would affect the fish and they would come to the surface. But it wouldn't kill him so once the water cleared they would be wouldn't have the effects anymore since I tried eating at one time but I didn't I didn't Cook it long enough and it made my stomach a little funny and my friend who aided vomited so it does it does have SAPPINGTON in it. which is the neurotoxin? And also the the thing that makes it soapy so you have to cook it long. Enough for this happens to be neutralized so so there's like a big learning curve with a lot of these foods. They are edible. So this right here kind of on the edge of the path. Here's your Oh. This is a circumpolar. Plant grows all over. The Northern Hemisphere grows in Europe up in Asia. And it's like one of the most early known medicinal plants that humans used So it can be used has like immune-boosting properties ladies and then the leaves. If you crush them you can put them on a wounded and it will stop the bleeding and it spreads through resumes. Sounds like an underground in stem looking for like New Light and nutrients and then it'll send up a shoot so it's a really amazing way that The plant can reproduce quickly quickly because each new shoot becomes a new plant which is like the power of restoration. Okay I'm GonNa do the what is an invasive plant. What is habitat restoration speech? So we've been walking through. You Know Habitat where I've been pointing out a lot of the native plants because those are the ones that you know. I'm happiest about but we've also awesome passing an incredible number of Invasive species so the reason why plants become invasive. I'll talk about that. We have different climates all over the world right California's Mediterranean Iranian climate. So if you think of different regions in the world where wind has grown generally Mediterranean climate. They're generally wear are invasive species. Come from it's not the universal law but that's like a general kind of pattern so like Australia Chile Mediterranean in Europe South Africa So what happens. Is these plans to evolve with similar climates. So they're they're adapted to the to the amount of water to the amount of sign the amount of moisture in the air to maybe similar soils. Maybe not and they're brought over here sometimes birds or other animals but generally to the degree that humans move around and we continue to move around at greater rates weights and you know trading stocks generally come from human. Sometimes they come in the hooves of cattle or animals that we bring. Sometimes they're like attached to the ship sometimes.
"frog house" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Absolutely it was called five three five nine seven three days because right is not much of a conversationalist yeah she was talk about organic stuff on what to say to find somebody else calling you can't talk about the close no I have to say that we're really have the same prints we did it the sole use that and always just well I mean it's like you get a bad cold then you can still do all that stuff to keep you healthy but sometimes you have to go to the doctor dexter and that's how it gets into you know there was always the thing that I had heard a long time back in it and it seems pretty accurate that people always are changing their people that take care of their lawns and all because they think that they're not working anymore and a lot of times everything that she used is that building soil and sometimes your soil just get so devoid of the soil web life so we have like the soul web and then the chemicals don't even start work as well so then they changed to another company and sometimes a you something different or do something different in and it works okay but it just I hear that that happens a lot because we're just continually adding chemicals to it but now a lot of people are are adding the extra use enough sometimes use in some organic fertilizers are putting compost on their lawn and all say that was one thing what people said they were switching because it quit working so I would say always add any type of soil conditioner organic matter to whatever you're doing and it's gonna help tremendously you know building your soul builds up all that I mean there's beneficial fungus which people think there's only you know bad fungus but there is beneficial and we know when we get the eco cycle off that the that the bad bugs start winning this no matter what you know how it goes about birds you can start winning into we re introduced into the environment things to get their beneficial fungus and micro organisms and bugs and all that back under control he goes to the same principle as you say Jim knows people don't like wildlife snakes things like that in their yard so the thing is is now you give moles and other things are how about no frogs at the pond frogs eat snails you know so don't and you know the back in the Tom everybody back in the time ahead of frog houses yeah the but we build a frog house but you know when I was a kid every street light had a hole right in the base of it notes had learned to live there because there were lots of bugs at the street level and they would come out at night and feed in you go from straight like street light pole Toda una way those those were fun times so we have a call let's go to Bob he's calling about crepe myrtles good morning Bob you're in the garden yes good morning what type of Crichton myrtle's grow only about twelve to fifteen feet in height what what color you're looking for why serwis favorite once again at all it's going to be twenty five you want to go with some shoot don't throw names out there and then maybe a coma well that's purple Natchez is huge that's why he's going to get it matches your dad know you I'm throwing names out so Jim can come up with the whole thing that it is or we may have to take a break Intel here the only only said the the of the night in a that one like a fifty thousand times of my life and suddenly it's just going to have a think of it either so there is one yeah the yeah there is one in a coma because yeah I'm always okay come a CEO in may yeah and that's that you can do that will be why yes it's well white ten twelve feet you're going to see how they grow off you ever when you pull into the well will chase mall that's what's planted in the medians right there on those are mature one so you can see one high or over it the the main library if they've got several heart also you know when little medium grass strips I don't know I've known to not familiar with those so I can't today there's not a lot of small white varieties anyway give them narrow down pretty close and it's I think that one of the best ways to find out is when he blames take a picture of the blame it is like the economy is and all that have bigger blames all the new Indian variety names are more insect and disease resistance yeah what are when is the best time to the point one well right now is an excellent time but you know the fact is more we sell most of them in the middle of the summer when it's the worst time is people see them in bloom but yeah the fall is by far the best time on any deciduous plant yeah what special attention should I do with preparing the soul big wide not deep and no deeper than your container loosen the soil thoroughly about twice as wind two to three times as wide as the container in any kind of organic matter you put in there to help keep it loose for year two will help those roots get out and get into your soul course if you look around here quite marbles like our clay's little really well yeah basically you're getting a good start for the little rates and then they get established and then you're finished they'll just they'll just love it here willow creek I thank you all alone thanks for calling you know couldn't the como was just I had to sit there and run to the following maiden yeah I like always say a coma for a white then I go back to thinking that's a a purple is the what is the purple his that was pretty to lavender permis go get Muskogee yeah yeah haven't worked as Kramer was a long time so I forget which ones are available and everybody wants to read read read yeah for we go back to phones I'm gonna mention no if any real haven't attended the board lit garden university it's free okay it's a really a good program all it's going to be this next year on January the eleventh eighteen to twenty fifth and Phoebe worry one eight and fifteen it's free you can come it meets at two thirty at the library there in in Bartlett of the one in January is going to be on shade gardening and then we've got one in and I don't want to say January eleventh January eighteenth is growing vegetables in home garden January twenty fifth is make friends with good bugs that's one there yeah right there will be an early January twenty fifth sing February first is treason storms Jim focus is going to be teaching that one February the eighth as we've list gardening and then February fifteenth this composting outdoors and indoors and I'm really curious how you compost indoors got to a story about that okay so anyone yeah I was gonna say yeah I need to get that list so I can put it on Facebook that Arnold senator the indoor compost or when you're talking about the indoor fish I was going to say that that's better or that could be a little better than the restaurant that had calmed posters under their tables it was part of the table they composted under their table so you're sitting up there rest Gramps that I don't know what they said they put in there but it was definitely compost out in this was a while back they might have said forget about it but that's the only time I've ever heard of indoor composting one that we have to look that up some Tom but I'm for I was a why well back in I remember was in Dallas but I was thinking like not still open I know I wonder if anybody's ever heard of that I'm wondering because I mean I just like you know fix succeeded because it would be a good way for a restaurant to compost.
"frog house" Discussed on 710 WOR
"I played when I was young how to be admin street lights came on said that they can't do that anymore well the girl screamed and happily she was able to escape the man remains. on the loops governor Cuomo is moving to ban the sale of flavored E. cigarettes in New York he's announced emergency executive action that will crack down on retailers who sell vaping products to kids almost says it will be under cover of education's tougher criminal and civil penalties for retailers to break the law cops investigating an apparent murder suicide in Brooklyn the men and women in their forties found inside their apartment on Claremont Avenue with gunshot wounds to their heads this is in fort Greene it's believed they were boyfriend and girlfriend and it's unclear what led to the incident Democrats are trying to throw Supreme Court justice Brett Kavanaugh off the bench she's facing new allegations of sexual misconduct with a New York times burning a previously unreported account from a former Yale classmate Max Dyer says he saw Cavanaugh exposed himself at a party and then he was pushed close to that female student and Michael real Michael reader yes. you keep saying what what is what is not included in the story I just read that the woman has no memory of the incident she has no memory of the incident ridiculous which would seem to dilute the store a little bit don't you think. stop it lands will come of it stop it stop it I mean come on if you if it let's just say this is I think I remember that well she said you I think I know why would I I know I was a guard for like how it is the thing that you're times jobs to go out to check it whether they checked whether she's I have no memory of it and they still run with the story of an editor's note it's ridiculous yeah they just said of editors they did it after the fact yes yes you know by the way she doesn't remember the yes by the way little little minor detail we left out of the store or even getting that this is beyond the pale for them to well I easier and I and I don't think the Democrats should be calling for impeachment let it go really doesn't doesn't serve their costs. news brought you by Gary Goldberg financial services schedule a free consultation by visiting G. G. F. S. dot com shocking news from across the pond shocking. Terry stunning royal watchers breaking protocol by closing his own car door oh my goodness if you have already heard as having a nap it's considered unthinkable for a member of the royal family to close his or her own car door. Hey yeah yea on thing off with his head but that's what that's what had a did last week my good while attending the Invictus games in London officials say it's just not a matter of etiquette but also security see there's a practical aspect Russell family travels in cars with self locking doors so once the doors are shut. it wouldn't be able to get back in if there were an emergency you know in a I now that a mocking here that actually but Harry really is sort of a man of the people yes so to speak when he somebody travels on the private jet yeah. that is about all of that is there were a regular with the guy we live in a place called frog house well. he's a frog on now no progress is like twenty thousand switch over right has a kind of nice clothes and I love the rich people you left a little word like at times left out one little thing he's a man of the richest aren't all right thank you Jeff McKinney we got a couple winners for W. O. R. live sue from Fairfield Connecticut Christine from Woodside queens year both come and look forward to meeting you and we'll have a couple more sets a tickets coming your way at nine twenty five but next I'm gonna get into this because it happened after we left the air on Friday our entertainment pal Larry hack is going to join us the sentencing of actress Felicity Huffman and what that means for the other actors caught up in this Lori Laughlin that's coming up next need to treat hereditary pattern hair loss turn to compel us the hair regrowth cap that's one for just six minutes a day we've partnered with propel us because they are.
"frog house" Discussed on The Coastal Athlete Program
"Would just finally alike invest in he would learn some big spotted and I love body warnings much as He loves surfing and so I urge you in the same thing and so I've Kinda like I've got a sitting here. Got A little collection. Here is an old deaf end and I like if you have used in you know that when your body were in the cast stick in the water a lot so what I did was trimmed off some of the edges on the rails if this made it a little bit different design and then took out the little w bump in the center so instead of w comes through the just give it a little different shapes. Eh Different feel <hes> just all sorts of stats like I have been. I like this is a honestly modest win collection. <hes> there's the the use fin bucket frog house right when I was like thirteen frog house in Newport beach represent yeah. When I was like thirteen I was going in like every weekend. We like money either insurers digging through the use bid box looking for something new to try out and just like nick. I was always looking for the next thing in learning about what what I had learnt what I've found basically I have a funny story for about Frog House so like when I learned how to surf it was like I served on the East Coast with my buddies on rescue boards outed like Chattan beach in Wellesley and stuff but that was like original style serving like surfing fricken forty pound civility toward <hes> but when I moved to H._p.. My Buddy j'AI AARP Lou. My Buddy Dave my buddy. Pat both like decided they were. GonNa Take Me Surfing. One of the first places they ever took me out to learn was frog house. Right so like that was one of the first breaks I ever had to drop in on a short board on was kind of kind of an interesting experience but on a deeper level the guys at Frog hashers super for Charles living in Huntington and I have this roommate that a seven six that had a hole in the tip it had no nose and had a hole in the back so like basically ugly it just became waterlogged biscuit almost immediately as soon as you'd like paddle out we take it out to golden west and I'd like fall off it. It'd be like just let it die and I would insulin out and say so long story short I go to frog house to look for a used board and they were like all we have this town and Country Board from why like you should by this. This is like one hundred sixty bucks and I was like really stressing that one sixty you know what I'm saying. I was like really going back and forth on our snowboarder. I wasn't sure if I wanted to invest in that equipment. I mean I had pro formed select one sixties like a new snowboard back then and they were like just take it and if you're still using in two weeks pay us and if you don't just bring it back. How fucking cool is that like? They were already there Heller ad so I I had a lot of love for progress plus. They have deep connections with Yoga. Have you ever tried Yucca thins out. <hes> I was writing for hub by the time those came around but I've seen them in shops Fisher have checked him out there. Thanks a really good balance of designed because they kinda take after the viper design. Yeah made ate a little shorter so it's a little bit. It's a little bit less like die thin more like a bodyguard fit less pressure yeah but at the same time it's also got stiff stiff rubber in the blade but then extremely soft in the foot pocket and I just think that's really good balance of design material yet. Sean Starke is doing awesome epic epic Shit you live right down the healers ninety scenarios well. Oh yeah he rubs seacraft the blackout Yup Yeah I had him put some pats one of my fears that Nice Nice so tell me a little bit about course alike. I'm super interested in potentially getting myself body board because as much as I love Writing California Surf Craft and I love the sustainability of it like when I when I slam on the Adak like my my surf graft is literally this that right. It's like three credit cards pushed together. It's carbon fiber fiber glass in court not very forgiving for for a bigger guy like me when I come down so tell me a little bit about what you've learned about co workers and what's the biggest difference out there because we have a lot of listeners that just don't understand this at all. We just C.. P. P. N. P. E. N. T. and Yada Yada you know boy. I could go on all day about board course so I got behind me here. These are aboard quatorze right but then take for this one they say regular one point nine density polypropylene so stiff polygraph ward and cut the blake like a sandwich read like they cut it long ways and then they <hes> put some this material no club tension tech in between the two and that sort of like a a thumb and Mesh combination that just makes the board so much more rigid and then they take the top half of that body board sandwich and I flip it upside down so that the outer outside edge is accurate or the rigid outside edge is actually against the tension set and that creates just even more rigid and snappier court but then at the same time that also makes the data lot softer so it's easier easier on your body yeah and I. I honestly like I love it so much. It's <hes> it's so it's I mean it kind of need you. You need like power to ride it because it is really stiff and you say what type of poisonous P P yet so. This is their cloud Hubbard's quad core but it's best with the famous T._T.'s does that have stringers in it yet south the hubs Rut where the hub edition quite course rather Siegel Stringer Doc <hes> that they also have the petition which is a job niebler personally. I don't read that one because I'm a writer <hes> but those come with up to like two stringers I believe and they come in all around to healthier hair. Yes so stringer is basically a <unk> around rod of well it could be it could be any of these materials. I've seen the May not have graphite. I've seen the made out of carbon fibre and I've seen a made out of fiberglass. There's a new technology called I s which is interchangeable stringer system and I've got uh-huh not seen the stringers here <hes> here's a stiff one. This one's all carbon fiber. Here's a medium flex one. This one is like I believe leave twenty percent carbon-fiber twenty percent five network eighty percent fiberglass and then the soft flat one which is just fiberglass and so he can really give you like a different flex <unk> varies based on how stiff you like your board <hes> the waves Iran eh also the temperature of the water because as you go from when I got from cold water to warm water just take bodywork put it more water. That's the song inside the volume of the themselves Lashley expand so that makes the board plex year or squad car which is really rigid really release really powerful board is really good for more water. I'd take in Quad Cores to Fiji and Bali and I've I mean they're just <music>. I'm enough take him everywhere. They've never brown clawed toward <hes>. It's extremely stiff. It's extremely powerful so when you take some power to load it up because it is stiff but once he loaded up it just snaps and shoots you it's crazy nice nice and then for like as far as the other types of course gathers P P and R G and P so P P is like the higher quality film. It's Poly Soot P._v._C. Anthropology prowl the high quality foam water a staff that is like the standard for professional body words <hes> then there's R._G.. With is holly pro polypropylene but it's a softer density so performs like a flexi keyboard but it's still waterproof and then there's polyethylene which p. and that's your cheaper option. That's <hes> that's that's basically it's not waterproof that would that's what you would find in like a cheaper. Board may be in the more of like a consumer board lesson behind performance in other words. He actually <hes> also guys like P._e.. For Colour for cooler waters like in the U._k.. A lot urban over there but he about this <hes> they like those because the real cold over the next so again like with hot water makes the board flex your cold. I will make board stiffer so you do WanNa flex your core cooler water power so you'd like what's hot water to you. What's an example of how water 'cause I live in That's a trip hot water for me is like seventy five eighty so nice. Do you just trunk for that right now. What's it yeah just trunk in it? Lest you like the water temperature's like that. That's Fiji Fiji so there there's a lot of coral reefs. Actually every spot is a coral reef so I wear a wetsuit top. That's just for protection rejection that makes sense yeah just a little little bouncing so like tell me a little bit more. Let's go a little deeper into defense that you're currently using you said that you use a pair of hub air fins right right. I'm actually got out hell. It's my God I have a pair of the red and blue ones so those are asymmetrical Finn and is there a major difference like I'm guessing you have a whole bunch since you're sponsored by them. Is there a significant difference in that the stiffness based on the color no I wouldn't we say so. I think that there because I have a blue and black pair and then I have the green black pair and those I I mean I've also gone up in sizes since writing for them and I've never felt a variation they all seem really consistent which is a good thing because other companies Tapia's like Churchill for example. I've used those before as Ryan for hub <hes> sometimes you buy <noise> pair and stiff rubber all the way <unk> out at the end so you end up with this really Lexi Fan and then I'm you end up with like up you know basically a concrete thin and so it's like it is kind of weird also in that timespan than I was experimenting with Gear. I was also growing constantly so at the same time that I'm trying new stuff <music>. I'm also happy to change up sizes. That's gotta be it's gotTa be a whole nother challenge like in terms of what the new pervert is there a reason reasoning prefer an asymmetrical thin versus like a matching pair. Yes there is so <hes> Hubbard's makes to fence they make the air cups in which is their asymmetrical <hes> bodyguard thin with a straight edge and then they make the dubs zero thins and that is their Jani said the air hub thin. It's a lot longer lot more surface area. <hes> it's as also like a different design as in where they place the stiffer softer over of course this on the air the flip pocket soft the latest death on the dubs zero thin the flip pocket is soft the rails and the base of the bladder stiff. The tip is off and that just kind of gives because it's so short just a little bit more band and that helps you get more power your kicks <hes> but for me I like the ace magical from what I'm reading crowd. I do have has a pair of the dubs zero Vince and those are there for me. I feel like the pocket is a little bit different. Feel like a little bit thinner top top to bottom so it fits my little better <hes> because my leader really thin but there is less you do get less power out of those because has you have less surface area <hes> also of course they're great for drop me good. Sorry go ahead. <hes> the real similar designed to the blunt to the teams blood cuts slightly different <hes> on the flip pocket in the drainage holes yet tubes sponsors a couple of body borders around here..
"frog house" Discussed on The Coastal Athlete Program
"Just finally in life investment. He would learn some things about it and I love Audie were much as he loves certain. And so the earlier the same thing ad. So I've kinda like I've got a thing here. Got a little collection here is an old Duffin. And I like if you had used in you know that when your body were in the cow. In the water a lot. So what I did was I trimmed off some of the edges on the rails, if this made it a little bit different design than took out the little w bump in the center. So instead, w comes to the just give it a little different shapes different feel just all sorts of staff, like I have been I like this. On modest collection. There's the, the use fin bucket in frog house. Right. When I was like thirteen frog house in Newport Beach represent. Yeah. When I was like thirteen I was going in there like every weekend we like money, either some chores digging through the use bid box looking for something new to try out and just like I was always looking for the next thing in learning about what, what I had learnt when I found, basically, I have a funny story for about frog house for like, when I learned, how to serve it was like I served on the east coast with my buddies on rescue boards, outed, like, Chatham beach in Wellesley and stuff. But that was like original style serving like surfing, fricken forty pound. Stability board. But when I moved to HP my buddy, Josh or poof, my buddy, Dave, my buddy, Pat, both like decided they were gonna take me surfing. One of the first places they ever took me out to learn was frog house. Right. So like that was one of the first breaks, I ever had to drop in on, like a short board on which was kind of kind of an interesting experience, but on a deeper level the guys at fraud house or super chill living in Huntington, and I had this roommate that a seven six that had a hole in the tip. It had no nose and had a hole in the back. So, like, basically, it just became one waterlogged biscuit almost immediately as soon as you'd like Pat allow we take it out to golden west and I'd like fall off of it and be like just let it die. And I would slim out and save it. So long story short, I go to frog house to look for used board. And they were like, all we have this town and country board from why like you should buy this, this one hundred sixty bucks and really stress. In that one sixty you know what I'm saying? I was like really going back and forth on snowboarder. I wasn't sure if I wanted to invest in that moment I mean I had pro forms like one sixties new snowboard back then, and they were like just take it. And if you're still using it in two weeks pay us. And if you don't just bring it back, how fucking cool is. That's right. Like they were already there Heller ad. So I love for frog. Plus they have deep connections with yoga. Have you ever tried yucca thins out? I was writing through by the time those came around, but I've seen them in shops, for sure. Have checked out there? Thanks, really good balance of designed because they can't take after the viper design. Yeah it a little shorter. So it's a little bit. It's a little bit less like die. Thin more like a bodyguard fit. Let's pressure. Yeah, but at the same time, it's also got stiff rubber in the blade, but extremely offered in the flip. Talk it. And I think that's really good balance of designing tearful yet. Sean Starke is doing some epic epic shit. You know, he lives right down the ninety areas. Well elliott. He rubs secrets black. Yup. Yeah. I had him put some pads, one of my pairs fins wants figures that nice nice. So tell me a little bit about course alike. I'm super interested in potentially getting myself body board because much as I love writing county serve craft in love the sustainability of it like when I when I slam on the deck like my, my serve craft is literally this that, right? It's like three credit cards push together. It's carbon-fiber fiberglass in court, not very forgiving for a bigger guy like me when I come down. So tell me a little bit about what you've learned about co workers. What's the biggest difference out there because we have a lot of listeners that just don't understand this all just C, P P and P and T T, and yada, yada. You know. Oh boy, I could go on all day about board. Course. So, like I've got behind me. These are aboard quad towards right? But they take for this one. They take a regular one point nine density, Polly grant so stiff Polly board, and they cut the Blake like a sandwich read like they cut it long ways. And then they put some this material tension tech in between the two and that sort of like a, a foam, and mesh combination that just makes the board so much more rigid, and then they take the top off of that body board sandwich. And I flip it upside down so that the outer outside edge is accurate or the rigid outside edge is actually against the tensions, and not creates just even more rigid and snappier court. But then at the same time that also makes data lot softer. So it's easier on your body. Yeah. And I, I honestly like. I love it so much. It's, it's, so it's I mean it kind of you need like power to ride it because it is really stiff new said, what type of courses p p yet. So this is there a upwards quad core. But it's best with the famous PP's does that have stringers in it yet, so the rut where the hub edition quad cores rather Siegel stringer than they also have the dovish in which is a job me personally. I don't read that one because apparently writer, but those come with up to like two stringers I believe, and they come in all about two. Hellier stringer. Yes. So stringer is basically of around rod of it could be. It could be any of these materials. I've seen the men out of graphite. I've seen the mid out of garbage climber, and I've seen the may not fiberglass, there's a new technology called I s which is interchangeable stringer system. And I've got an I've not seen the stringers here. Here's a stiff one. This was all carbon-fiber. Here's a medium flex one. This one is like I believe twenty percent carbon fibre twenty percent five at work eighty percent fiberglass, and then the soft flex one, which is just fiberglass. And so we can really give you like a different flex for various based on how stipulate your board the waves Iran also the temperature of the water, you're him because as you go from. When as you go from cold water, warm water. Just take bodywork put in warm water. The song inside the volume of the foam cells Lashley expand. So that makes the board plex here. Or quad core, which is really rigid. Really, really powerful board is really good for more water. I'll take in quad courses Fiji, and Bali. And I've I mean they're just the I mean I've taken everyone they've never had a Brown Claude court. It's extremely stiff is extremely harmful. So when you take some power to loaded up because it is stiff, but once he loaded up it just snaps at it shoots you. It's crazy. Nice. Nice and then feel like ours. Other types, of course, gathers p PP anarchy in P E. So p p is like the high quality foam, it's poly PVC Republic rattle Ohka high quality foam water a stiff that is like the standard for professional body words, then there's anarchy with his Holly pro Crawley Copeland. But it's a softer density, so performs like a flex your board, but it's still waterproof vendors polyethylene, which is P. And that's your cheaper option. That's. That's basically, it's not waterproof. But that would does what you would find in, like a cheaper board. Maybe in the more of a consumer board less of a high performance board. In other words, -actly also guys, like E for colour for cooler waters, like in the UK a lot of urban over the he about this. They like those because real cold over there. So, again, click with the hot water, how mix aboard flex your cold automaker board stiffer? So you do wanna flex your court, colder water power, you, like what's hot water to you. What's an example of water, I live in Monterey Bay like warm water here is like fifty degrees. All my, Josh did like fifty eight baby like Lowe's, these if you're lucky, but like it in the winters, it's actually warmer summers. It's cold out here. You can get down to the low fifties. That's a trip hot water for me is like semi five eighty so. Do you, you just trunk for that right now? What to the just trunk in it? Lest you like the water temperature's like that. That's fiji. So there there's a lot of coral reefs actually every spot is a quote wreath. So I wear a wetsuit top. That's just for reef protection that makes sense. Yeah, just a little little bouncy. So, like, tell me a little bit more. Let's go a little deeper Vince, that you're currently using you said they use a pair of air fans. Right. Isn't actually got feet, inap- hell. It's my guy I have a pair of the red and blue ones. So those are asymmetrical Finn is there a major difference like I'm guessing you have a whole bunch since your sponsor by them? Is there a significant difference in that the stiffness based on the collar, no, I wouldn't say, so I think that there, 'cause I have a bloom black there. And then I have the green glac pair and those, I mean, I've also gone up in sizes since writing for them, and I've never felt variation, they all seem really consistent, which is a good thing because other companies like like Churchill, for example of use those before drying, for hub, sometimes, you'd buy pair and stiff rubber all the way out of the end. So you end up with this really slacks thin, and then I'm end up with like up, you know, basically a concrete sin. And so it's kinda weird. Also, not timespan that I was experimenting with gear. I was also growing constantly so at the same time that I'm trying new stuff. I'm also having to change up sizes. That's gotta be it's gotta be a whole nother challenge. Like, in terms of what FEMA knew pervert is their reasoning prefer asymmetrical fin verse like a matching pair. Yes, there is so Hubbard's makes to fence. They make the air helps in which is there a symmetrical bodyguards thin the straight edge? And then they make the dubs zero thins, and that is there, Johnny said that Hudson. It's a lot longer lot more surface area. It's so as also like a different design as in where they place, the stiffer in the softer, of course. On the air. The flip pocket is soft. The blade stiff on the dubs zero thin. The flip pocket is soft the rails and the base of later stiff with the tip is off. And that just kinda give because it's so short just a little bit more band and that helps you get more power on your kick. Wchs. But for me, I like the as much from what I'm reading crowd. I do have a pair of the zero Vince, and those there for me feel like flip pocket is a little bit different feeling a little bit. Sinner top to bottom. So if it's my little bit better because my feet are really thin, but there is less, you do get less power out of those because you have less surface area also. Of course. They're great for drop me. Good. Sorry. Go ahead. The real similar designed to the to the teams blood cuts slightly different on the flip Hockett, and the drainage holes yet, to sponsors, a couple of body borders around here..
"frog house" Discussed on Sidedoor
"Grow. Long court took ZOA sport think of microscopic swimming fungus seed, and she put them in a Petri dish. Then she waited Pesci says that it was right around this time, they learned that they weren't the only ones investigating frog deaths. One of our reptile keepers. Brought us a copy of the New York Times. And in the New York Times science section that day was a giant microscopic picture of the kitchen fungus to picture looked exactly like what they'd been seeing on their frogs in the zoo. And we're reading the story, and it says this is a mysterious Protozoa all organism that's been killing frogs in Central America, and Australia. And there's going to be a huge meeting next month to discuss this issue. The nationals zoo team already knew this microscopic frog killer was not a Protozoa. But what Pesca and his team did find out from the article was that this thing killed frogs around the world. Suddenly the stakes were a lot higher two weeks after the New York Times article ran long core looked in her Petri dish and knew she had the answer to the question that the entire frog community was asking a came into the lab was not Tober thirteenth nineteen ninety seven. I remember the year. But particularly I remember the date because it was my birthday, and I was alone. It was on a weekend. I was alone. And I looked at that flask. And it was Opelousas and either their spec cheerier growing in there or that fungus is growing it was a brand new type of kindred fungus that attacks frogs it was called but track o- kit. Trim Dendrobium Titus dandruff. Betas Dendrobium baited us. But track o- Kittrie Denver baited is the track. O- kitchem Dendrobium this in a good name because trackable Main's frog. And then the kitchen part made such a kitchen. So it says frog kicked. And just for the record scientists called this fungus be d for short, but we'll just keep calling kidron. So just two weeks later long core and went to this meeting on frog house. It was called the international symposium on skin infections and die-offs amphibians in captivity and from pristine locales, this sounds really specific. But was also really critical. It was the moment. When frog researchers from all around the world got together and asked what the heck is this thing that's killing all of our frogs and the national zoo team and their star fungus expert. Joyce long core were able to say, hey, everyone. We know what's killing the frogs. It's a type of kindred fungus. Today the fraud. Kindred fungus is found every continent where frogs live, which is all of them except Antarctica. And it's every bit. The death sentence was in nineteen ninety six think of all the great pandemics. We've known in history the Spanish flu Vanek plague. The big cholera outbreaks kitchen is every bit as devastating as those outbreaks and in some populations one hundred percent of infected frogs die the kitchen fungus works this way. Once a frog encounters, it usually in the environment or on other frogs, it sticks to a frog skin, and this is problematic for frogs because their skin is a fine tuned organ. They use it to breathe and drink and in many species. It's also a poison oozing defense tool. Here's Brian graphic again. And ultimately that leads to an electrolyte imbalance resulting in cardiac arrest that signs talk for kindred causes frogs to have Kermit sized heart failure, researchers say that this type of kindred evolve that some point in the twentieth century, probably on the Korean peninsula. The frogs in this part of the world appear to have an immunity to the fungal infections. But the problem with this is that they become carriers rather than victims. And this is important because when those frogs are moved to a different part of the. World they bring with them. And so just like old world pathogens that were brought the new world the same sort of thing happened for with with Fabian where the spread of IMF idiots for food or pets or research animals has resulted in the inadvertent spread of this new pathogen if kids carriers encounter, healthy, frogs or environments that can host the fungus it takes root there too. So win place becomes kid positive. It's stays there. It doesn't ever go away. At some point in the nineteen eighties. Kindred arrived in Central America. Scientists have called the ensuing kindred pandemic the most spectacular loss of vertebrate biodiversity due to disease and recorded history. Graddick has tried everything to keep frogs alive since he started working in Panama in two thousand eight he transplanted bacteria from other frog species hoping it would produce an anti fungal layer on vulnerable frog skin. But no luck kit kept spreading. So that's when graphic decided to build his arc. I wanna make sure understand the idea of the arc correctly. The idea is you basically puck enough frogs out of the wild. And then you breed them inside the arc until basically kicked her. It is over. And then is that is that basically the game plan?
"frog house" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"To know, Angie. Cole the owner in broker in charge of a coal realty. A little bit better here in the triangle the segment of show. I throw a random question at Angie just to find out about her personality. Some more Angie, I'm curious when you think of the good old days. I think everybody's got a different definition of what that means. So what comes to your mind when you hear the term the good old days? The good old days would be before we had a work, right? It's funny when you're a kid you can't wait to grow up. And then once you grow up, you know, you're like take me back to those good old days when there was not a care in the world. But it reminds me of the summer days when I was younger when we had off, of course from school and outdoors playing in the backyard. I remember one summer in particular, where we had graded the backyard for a we were so excited about our above ground pool going in graded the backyard, but from all the dirt that was pushed away they made amount. And there was this huge of dirt and myself and my pool in the kids play in the mound of dirt. No present what happened? Okay. We we might when you buy the kid a toy and they play with snow is so true. It's so true. Yeah. I think we played in the pool for the first week nonstop. And after that, we were like, okay, we'll go play in the mound of dirt. But so with our mound of dirt myself, and my younger, brother and younger sister. We created a what we call like a frog house. Okay. So we pretty much house. We made a lot of mountains and walls out of just mud. We created mud, and we had these tunnels we had like these pathways and that's elaborate it was pretty elaborate. And we I promise you we spent probably a good straight month working on our whole like it's like, a frog four or house out of you know, what you want to call it. And so we randomly found a frogger to to put them in our like fort. That was the good old days when? Did it now? A sturdy sturdy for until until it came around, and my brother and a blown it up with some fireworks. But oh. Don't worry. But yeah, I was thinking about the good old days of just going outside, and, you know, the sweat ING dirty outdoors all day long and auto care in the world other than building our frog house. That's pretty cool. Yes. Did you ever do like at the beach not just a normal like sandcastle or sand floor, but like where humongous hole in the sand guys ever do that? Oh, yeah. Or we you know, you make a pathway. So then the water from the. Yes. Oh, yeah. Yeah. But that that that for me would probably be.
"frog house" Discussed on talkRADIO
"He referred to hurry as astro re blonde prints in an after dinner speech frog house near windsor castle adding let's face it harry's a ginger he was in denial for years when he was young he used to hate other gingers he also took a harry for tumbling of ponies playing polo and according to the sunday times he joked he's always so hung over when he plays and mr van store opens e recalled first meeting harry when he was eight years old with the prince acting as his dorm and treat monitor loved grove school inbox i mean could this be any more no really hold the in crowd how instead of comforting him harry through his teddy bear out of the window and onto the roof ladies and gentlemen i asked you how can you put someone in charge of a dorm when that someone is worse behaved than the whole dorm combined but then in an emotional turn mr van stu robens e also praised harry for how he coped with the death of his mother diana princess of wales just before he turned thirteen so there we go mocking royalty and inside the royal reception say posh wine gums angling ginger jokes as well and the thing that i love they never miss a trick do they james corden mr i'm everywhere don't quite see enough james cordless which he was on the tv was he doing there sorry irritate you i know i've absolutely no idea but but before everyone says anybody who can crack it like he has in america on television will i take my hat off if a war because it's an amazing it amazing achievement but i just i just you have certain celebrities or people in the public the you have a completely unreasonable loathing of there's no reason why this this i don't know why but i tweeted at the time james corden why now that's a rhetorical question for any of us but i really and truly the only person that irritated me but being there was james corden everyone else you were happy with pasta looking like doffed her nice she was wearing a beautiful orange shoes you loved her out i did i wish she put her arms nestle's spreadsheet dangling around a bit but miss much idris elba's fiance well she was in a.
"frog house" Discussed on KQED Radio
"For some reason was talking about who's wedding that's taking place on saturday prince harry and meghan markle prince harry and meghan markle are being wed at windsor castle in front of thirty two hundred distinguished guests before an opulent private reception at the frog house how mad of the markle's right now that the bride's family has to pay for everything preparations for this wedding as i'm sure you all know have been intense in many ways it's just like planning a non royal wedding invitations must be made the civil war selected but some things are different for instance at ms markle's bachelorette party the penis lollipops were made by her majesty's royal confection never wanted to be king or at least he said that i don't think he really wants it so samuels wrong number six he's not gonna be king yeah there could be a giant sinkhole or something dan charles has been number one for like the last eight five years number six it ain't happening this is interesting megan markle apparently because he's marrying into the royal family she had to undergo security training which seriously entailed her being fake kidnapped and subjected to live gunfire they don't really need to do that is just how the royal family messes with people oh yes making we all have to do this here let me blindfold she did that on season to deal or no i did not know this until this week that i knew that megan markle had been an actress of course but i did not know that part of your career was being one of the briefcase girls on dealer no deal and it i mean what we are living inside a hallmark film what i didn't know i i think it's tostitos but she had done.
"frog house" Discussed on Vogue Podcast
"When one of them spell that out for me because we take all the cellphones, and we checked them, and we have security with the cellphones. I mean, once I had to go over to Jay z excuse me, Mr. Z, I. I. May I have your phone? How did that go not? Well, but. So we don't hang anymore. But one of the my clients it to me, you know, it's not about us. It's about my relatives from podunk going over to Jay z or do one of my favorite friends and trying to take a selfie with them. And I was like, bingo, I never even occurred to me. So that's why you can see maggots. Really going over to the Queen. Self. Or the has Easter he's not even invited. Right. Probably his who's going to be in town correspond? She's a course. Network now that and she's writing a book she's reading was caught like mega me or. The diary of pushy princess's sisters, right? Yeah. It's yeah. It's as she educates claiming its affection pushy princes in quotes. Issue. So are you a fan of a of a no social media wedding? Good quest-. I'm I'm a huge fan of a no social media ceremony for sure for sure for sure because I'm an old hippie. I still believe very very strongly and being in the moment, you can't do two things at once. You cannot be setting up your shot brand be there with the couple. So usually we're very specific about that. And then if it's not celebrities, and as long as nobody pose the bride before she sees it herself, which actually has happened on occasion. I'm sure that's the wedding. Dress has been post. Nope. Because people have no sense. Yeah. That'll so. Yeah. Other than that. If it's a it's if it's a great party, right? Really? Who cares? Yeah. But. For the ceremony. I think absolutely not well because now for like a millennial generation I feel like coming up with a hashtag as its own cottage industry for a wedding. Oh, please. I we have sterban Trump of walking back and forth. Let's say, no. That's not funny. No, that's not clever. No, no. No. No. No. Yeah. For anne. That was my favorite. I mean, it got to the middle of the night. We a lovely bride got married in Tano one of my favorites. And she's gorgeous. She's an instant store that insta- person love lager from lots of lager friends. So it had to be good. But her last name is lawless making lawless legal. But I keep repeating it. Because that's the only one that's good that I came. I appreciate it. Beautiful. It's not London. No that might be to its benefit. I'm with now. I heard she's very concerned about the weather. That's what I was an as most brides are, but I read yesterday that she's freaking out. What do you? What do you do? I mean, if she has got thick gorgeous hair. So most of my price freak out about the weather hair. I really going on about either perspiring, Leslie and their dress, which is horrible or their hair not being right? So it's a humidity thing, usually because then it's not as if they're doing a tents or I mean, maybe for the F babyish frog house, but I know frog. I keep thinking the wind in the willows. I have to imagine having been to few English, weddings. I feel like there's usually a marquee at some point that suck. Absolutely. Imagine not wanting the ground to be soggy Fisher. But I mean, but here, and I assume they have the same means as many of my client, we've put up the tens of weaken advance and the floor. So that even if it rains, the grass under it may be soggy because it drifted, but you're not gonna know mudslide around. No, we won't Charles and Camilla. Tough muttering. I the thing I was going to say is just retirement. How it influences, weddings? Our weddings?.
"frog house" Discussed on AP News
"And more elderly deaths in dallas area i'm tim maguire with an ap news minute police say a forty five year old man who posed as either a maintenance worker or healthcare provider at senior apartment complexes is charged with capital murder in the death of an eighty one year old dallas woman plano police chief gregory russian says a woman who was killed was attacked in the same manner as another elderly woman who survive evidence at the scene indicated a victim may have been suffocated with a pillow as it was in the plano defense dallas police say they are reviewing the deaths of hundreds of other elderly woman who died alone in the area cleveland area fertility clinic where thousands of frozen eggs and embryos may have been destroyed in a storage tank failure rules out inappropriate access to the area where the tanks are kept university hospital says it doesn't think that there was a hack into its computers as a hospital continues to try to figure out what happened a similar failure happened the same day at a clinic in san francisco i'm tim maguire invitations to the royal wedding have been sent kensington palace said six hundred people have been invited to the maven nineteen th wedding between prince harry and his american film say meghan markle the ceremonies at noon at saint george's chapel at windsor castle all six hundred have also been invited to a lunchtime reception given by queen elizabeth the second saint george's whole harry and markle will also celebrate with some two hundred guests at a private evening reception given by charles at frog house royal mansion near windsor castle the invitations a bevelled and gilded along the edges and they feature prince charles's three for the badge in boston gold they feature italic writing on thick white card and issued under the name of charles father of a florida man's been reunited with a cat he lost fourteen years ago perry martin of fort pierce said he assumed his orange tabby named thomas junior or t too short had died and traffic martin moved in with a friend after hurricane jeanne clobbered the state in two thousand four and days later t to escape the home and never returned martin never had news of his missing until an animal services officer called him march ninth tell him t to is in shelter in palm city martin said he initially thought the.
"frog house" Discussed on AP News
"Are the eighth wonder of the world shop in store or online at totalwine dot com elderly deaths in dallas area i'm tim maguire with an ap news minute police say a forty five year old man who posed as either a maintenance worker or healthcare provider senior apartment complexes is charged with capital murder in the death of an eighty one year old dallas woman plano police chief gregory russian says a woman who was killed was attacked in the same manner as another elderly woman who survive evidence at the scene indicated a victim suffocated with a pillow as it was in the plano offense dallas police say they are reviewing the deaths of hundreds of other elderly woman who died alone in the area a cleveland area fertility clinic where thousands of frozen eggs and embryos may have been destroyed in a storage tank failure rules out inappropriate access to the area where the tanks are kept university hospital says it doesn't think that there was a hack into its computers as a hospital continues to try to figure out what happened a similar failure happened the same day at a clinic in san francisco i'm tim maguire invitations to the royal wedding have been sent kensington palace said six hundred people have been invited to the may the nineteenth wedding between prince harry and his american film cy meghan markle the ceremonies at new nuts george's chapel at windsor castle all six hundred have also been invited to a lunchtime reception given by queen elizabeth the second isn't georgia's hall harry and markle will also celebrate with some two hundred guests at a private evening reception given by charles frog house royal mansion near windsor castle the invitations a bevelled and gilded along the edges and they feature prince charles is three feather badge in boston gold they feature italic writing on thick white card and issued under the name of charles father of the groom the dress code for wedding guests uniform morning coat or lounge supermen or day dress with.
"frog house" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
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