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Lindsey Graham: There's a Law About Protesting Against Justices
"Lindsey Graham cut four, he had some, he had some clarity. He was on with Sean Hannity last night on Fox News. There's a law on the books that prevents judges from being harassed and picketed while they're deciding a case. Same for a juror. They're literally violating the law. They violated the law when they went into the capitol, trespassing in the capitol, taking matters in their own hands. Everybody yelled at Trump, tell them to leave. Well, here's what I'm telling President Biden. Tell these people to leave the judges alone. Don't go to their home. This is illegal. It's wrong, it's bad for America. It will break the court. Joe Biden needs to step up and take matters into his own hands and his president of the United States speak forcefully to these people are intimidating judges, try to get an outcome in a case, which violates our law. Attorney general Gardner, Garland, you need to issue an opinion tomorrow saying that the activity in front of the judge's house violates the law. But they're not. But Merrick Garland is silent. But they're not. They're okay with families being terrorized. By these radical mobs.
Defense 1st, then offense at top of NFL draft, no early QBs
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"gardner" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories
"However, tragedy struck before that could happen. In September 1991, donati was found dead in the trunk of a car. It was nearly a year and a half after the gardener theft, the mob wars had claimed another victim. His supposed partner in crime, Houghton, died soon after. Whatever plans they had to free Ferrara using the gardener paintings. Died with them. There's a problem with this version of the story, though, David Houghton doesn't match the description of either of the thieves. At over 300 pounds that would likely have been an identifiable detail. Plus, the FBI doesn't seem to think that donati had much to do with the robbery. On March 18th, 2013, exactly 23 years after the Gardner heist, the FBI held a press conference to announce that they knew the identities of the thieves. Though the bureau didn't name names, they dropped enough hints for reporters to eventually piece together some of the individuals they might have been referring to. These included mobsters David Turner and George rice Felder. While rice Felder passed away about a year and a half after the gardener heist, there's reason to believe he may have been involved, granted his siblings had some interesting things to say about his home decor. Apparently rice filter's bedroom was outfitted with a painting that looked a lot like Monet's shade or Tony. And then there was Turner, a mobster with ties to the rosetti gang,.
"gardner" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories
"On the night of March 17th, 1990, two thieves robbed Boston's Isabella Stewart Gardner museum. Posing as police officers, they convinced a security guard to let them inside. Soon enough they had that same security guard handcuffed and bound, then they turned the museum into their personal playground. The thieves took 13 works of art by some of the world's most famous painters. This included three by the Dutch master Rembrandt. His seascape storm on the Sea of Galilee, one called a lady and gentleman in black, and a self portrait, roughly the size of a postage stamp. Today, the value of this loot sits at a whopping $500 million. And even after 30 years, the mystery of who stole the artworks remains unsolved. But there is one major clue that helps solve most art thefts. 80% of major art heists have the aid of someone inside the museum. Which brings us to our first conspiracy theory. One of the security guards, Richard abbot, was in on the robbery. 23 year old abbath wasn't exactly a model employee. His real passion was his rock band, which was modeled after the likes of fish in the Grateful Dead. And like many deadheads, he enjoyed intoxicating substances. It was an unusual for him to show up to work under the influence of cannabis or alcohol. His reckless behavior didn't end there. One New Year's Eve, abbot held a party for his friends inside the gardener museum. This is all to say, it seems like Abbott didn't take his security duties very seriously. He and his roommate, who also worked at the gardener, often joked about how easy it would be for someone to rob the place. For abbath, the Isabella Gardner museum was a fun House. His job was an easy way to make cash on the side. Only really had to do was show up, sit around twiddling his thumbs and look at fancy art. And for whatever reason, leading up to the.
Has Biden Thrown Ukraine Under the Bus? Robert Wilkie Explains
"For Biden is on his way to Europe. This is what his national security adviser had to say. The sagacious words of a man who has no background in national security cut 6. Let me close with this. There will be hard days ahead in Ukraine. Hardest for the Ukrainian troops on the front lines and the civilians under Russian bombardment. This war will not end easily or rapidly. For the past few months, the west has been united. The president is traveling to Europe to ensure we stay united to cement our collective resolve. To send a powerful message that we are prepared and committed to this for as long as it takes and to advance our response on all three critical fronts that I've described, helping the Ukrainian people defend themselves, imposing an increase in costs on Russia and reinforcing the western alliance. So if we are united and we are doing everything possible to help the Ukrainians fight for themselves, how united is the west if our polish allies, one of the strongest in the alliance, make the offer of mix to Ukraine, we say yes and then the 48 hours later say no. And Biden throws him completely under the bus, exposes them to more of Putin's campaign of disinformation, disinformation. You're very good friend Niall Gardner was on British television. For those of you who don't know. That your center at the heritage foundation. And he said that the European leaders he's spoken with are just appalled by the apathetic response of this administration, this White House, what they've done to the polls what they've done to Eastern Europe. Failure to provide the Ukrainians with what they want and need, but also to be flummoxed by the nonsense coming from the gangster in the Kremlin. The United States should never should never buckle under to threats, nuclear threats from some unlike Putin.
Honda exec: High auto prices may drop, but not dramatically
"A a Hyundai Hyundai executive executive expects expects the the price price of of new new vehicles vehicles in in the the U. U. S. S. to to drop drop but but not not dramatically dramatically Hyundai Hyundai executive executive vice vice president president of of national national operations operations Dave Dave Gardner Gardner thinks thinks the the cost cost of of new new vehicles vehicles in in the the U. U. S. S. will will ease ease slightly slightly from from the the record record of of more more than than forty forty six six thousand thousand dollars dollars in in December December but but Gardner Gardner says says prices prices won't won't fall fall to to where where they they were were before before the the pandemic pandemic a a shortage shortage of of new new vehicles vehicles brought brought on on by by the the global global chip chip shortage shortage has has forced forced Honda Honda and and other other automakers automakers to to cut cut factory factory production production at at a a time time when when demand demand is is strong strong the the limited limited supply supply of of new new vehicles vehicles has has in in some some cases cases driven driven prices prices higher higher than than the the window window sticker sticker I'm I'm like like camping camping
Yanks' rally fizzles, AL wild-card race tightens as Rays win
"Rookie wander Franco hit a two run single in the ninth inning to give the rays a four one lead in a four three victory over the Yankees Nelson Cruz junior his thirty second home run and Kevin here Meyer hit a go ahead single in the second inning to put Tampa Bay ahead to stay Joey Gallo in Brett Gardner slapped RBI singles in the ninth before Andrew Kittredge struck at Gary Sanchez and movement or torture complete Tampa bay's leading ninety ninth win it was a tough night for manager Aaron Boone's lineup it'll hold us down I I thought a number of guys hit some balls really well you know reside a couple good ones Gleyber Gallo hits that ball the runner on in the gap you know just couldn't break through enough the outcome cuts the Yankees lead to one game for the first AL wild card I'm the ferry
Judge HRs twice, Yankees beat Jays 6-2 to extend WC lead
"New York club five home runs and help solidify their lead in the wildcard spot the only trouble six to what Rogers centre for tourism for the resort Brett Gardner went deep for the Yankees will Aaron judge belted his thirty eight thirty nine home runs of the year off Toronto starter Robbie ray Allen thank you Mister mistake you want the state game you know those anything over the plate and you gotta you gotta put in place had someone they could you know how to get to millions we're disappointed that's all right they ordered for reproducing a career first surrendering four home runs in a start the jays went just one for ten with runners in scoring position the victory gives the Yankees a two game lead over Boston and Seattle atop the wild card tricks June of the total
Kluber Beats Indians, Gallo Homers Twice as Yanks Win 8-0
"Corey Kluber beat his old team and Joey Gallo slammed two of the Yankees five home runs in and ate nothing pounding the Indians galleries to season total to thirty seven homers connecting in the first off losing pitcher Zach police act before he and Giancarlo Stanton went back to back in the eighth it's always nice to kind of win a game you know handily like that we've been playing really really close games as of late so it's nice to kind of you know letter letter pictures go out there and not have to worry about you know giving up a run in it obviously some more loose environment Erin judge Brett Gardner also went deep for the bombers who moved a half game ahead of Toronto for the second AL wild card Kluber one for the first time in nearly four months scattering four hits over six innings I'm the ferry
Gardner's 2-Run Single in 9th Lifts Yankees Over Orioles 4-3
"The Yankees pulled out a four three win over the Orioles on Brett Gardner's two run single off Tyler wells in the ninth inning obviously you don't want to be in a situation where it's the last inning you're you're down a run or two but you know you you want to be up there with the game on the line and obviously you know I feel like I've been having pretty good at bats recently and see in the ball well Carter also scored a G. over shell S. two run Homer in the third inning of new York's fourth win in five games since a seven game skid Nestor Cortes was sharp in a no decision for the Yankees limiting the Orioles to one run and three hits with eleven strikeouts over six in the third the Yankees remain tied with the red Sox and blue jays for the two AL wild card positions I'm Dave Ferrie
California Governor Newsom Defeats Republican Recall Effort
"By a landslide or close to it. The former san francisco mayor fought off an effort to oust him from office to begin with frustration over his handling of the pandemic had the california recall been successful. It's likely the next governor of this deep blue state would be conservative. radio host larry elder. He was leading big among the replacement candidates. So what's next for california under gavin newsom. Does he now have the wind at his back. My guests are job. Era fully hosted. The it's all political podcast as well as alexi kossuth and destined gardner the chronicle sacramento correspondents. Thanks for joining me. That was not exactly a nail biter of an election night. Earliest election night. Ever i believe in my in my history here so what happened. I mean where you guys expecting this. We we started watching the results role in just after eight. Pm and immediately a big big deficit for recall supporters alexi. Yeah we knew coming into it that it was likely that newson would go up big early for weeks. Now we've been tracking the returns of the early ballots and it was clear that democrats were returning their ballots in large numbers. They were really heeding the call of newsom to get involved in defeat this thing and avoid handing stay over to republican control but it was still rather surprising how large of a margin newsome had early on At one point more than seventy percent and it's just an impossible kind of margin to overcome in a state where republicans now only make up a quarter of the electorate so it became very clear very quickly that this recall was going down in
Judge HRs twice, rallies Yanks past Mets on 9/11 anniversary
"New York's two baseball teams fittingly played each other on the twentieth anniversary of the nine eleven attacks with the Yankees beating the Mets eight to seven at Citi field after an emotional pregame ceremony the Yankees jumped out to a five nothing lead with three home runs in the second inning by Kyla gusty okay Brett Gardner and Aaron judge the metal responded with seven straight runs to take a seven five lead into the eighth but the young score three in the eighth with the winning run scoring on hobby biases Erin have to judge it tied at seven with his second Homer this is for the city you know this was you know for the Yankee fans for everybody you know affected on this day this was this is more than just a baseball game tonight the victory snapped a seven game losing streak for the yanks Tom area of New York
Guerrero, Streaking Jays Drop Sliding Yanks From Top WC Spot
"The blue jays have a seven game winning streak after teh Oscar Hernandez singled home the tie breaking run in the seventh inning of Toronto's six three victory over the Yankees blue jays manager Charlie mon Toyo she was doing great our defense is doing great and often is doing this cordon off runs to win games so yeah we we're we're clicking on all everybody's doing something good to win games Vladimir Guerrero junior capped the scoring for the jays with his forty first home run Marcus Semien hit a two run single and scored the go ahead run to help the blue jays overcome Brett Gardner's game tying three run Homer in the fifth the Yankees have lost five straight and nine of eleven dropping them a half game behind the red Sox for the first AL wild card the jays are now within one and a half games of New York I'm Dave Ferrie
Rental Assistance Programs Are Swooping In To Help As Evictions Resume
"The Biden administrations eviction ban, There's even greater urgency to get billions of dollars in federal rental assistance to those who need it. Shelby County, Tennessee, is already facing that challenge. NPR's Laura Wamsley reports. SP KEY and apartments versus Delores Egleston in a courthouse in Memphis. Tenants are packed into eviction court as much as social distancing will allow when their cases are called. Tenants are asked this question by Judge Phyllis Gardner. Have you talked with anyone? Or are you interested in the rental assistance program? I've talked in case after case Gardner urges tenants to visit room 1 34 down the hall. Where Memphis area legal services attorneys help tenants start applications for rental aid. One of those attorneys, Frida Turner, stands up in the courtroom to speak about the program if you apply, and if you're approved We will pay up to 12 months of your back rent plus one month of futurist. We will bring you to zero and you'll get a fresh start a fresh start. That's what's new even if evictions aren't thanks to the billions in federal aid tenants who are behind have a chance to stay in their homes due to a federal court ruling in July. Judges here in Tennessee haven't been bound by the CDC order for more than a month. The judge Gardner, the CDC order delayed the inevitable while in Memphis, they started resolving cases. We've been able to deal with the problems to give these people and landlords some closure so that they can move on. The most recent CDC ban was intended to give states and localities more time to get assistance out to renters facing eviction. But it's been slow going by the end of July. Nationally, just over five billion of the $25 billion allocated had been spent. Several states have used less than 5% of the federal money so far. But in Memphis and
Jaguars Trade QB Gardner Minshew to Eagles for 2022 Pick
Judge's Single Sends Yankees Past A's for 12th Straight Win
"The Yankees plus six nothing lead but come up with the go ahead run in the ninth to beat the A. seven to six to win their twelfth straight game tied at six the Yankees got a two out walk pinch runner Tyler Wade stole second advanced to third on a throwing error in Aaron judge delivered with an RBI single everybody in this clubhouse when the stock at each other we could see a five for each other not what they're expected to win a personal game our right now it's all over the road so it was a little bit of luck sprinkled in there too I think Aroldis Chapman closed out the bottom of the ninth for his three hundredth save the bombers hit three home runs with Giancarlo Stanton Brett Gardner and Joey Gallo all going deep the ace responded with long balls from Matt Chapman Sean Murphy and Josh Harrison but they lost five in a row Riley on Oakland
Trevor Lawrence Gets Nod as Jacksonville Jaguars' Starting QB for Week 1
"Three. Jacksonville Jaguars, finally announcing that number one overall pick Trevor Lawrence will get the start next week. Well, excuse me Get to start week one versus the Houston Texans. Jaguars coach Urban Meyer had repeatedly stated during training camp that Lawrence was in competition with former starter Gardner Minshew for the starting job. I'm Dan Schwartzman, that your
Lawrence, Minshew Still Battling to Be Jacksonville Jaguars' Starting QB
"You to believe that there is an open quarterback competition between his top draft pick Trevor Lawrence and Gardner Minshew. There are dumb ideas, and then there's that sure smells like some college Bs, doesn't it? The kind of thing that might fly in Gainesville but not Jacksonville. You try that in the NFL, and it just sounds and feels amateurish. Jim Rome,
Gallo Homers Twice, Judge Goes Deep Again, Yanks Top ChiSox
"The Yankees pulled out a seven five win over the white Sox on Joey Gallo's second Homer of the night a two run shot in the tenth inning I've never played in the playoffs but I would assume this is kind of what the playoffs feel like just has that rap about that atmosphere of you know every pitch matters and and we know how good that team is and you know nothing neither one of these teams like giving up Erin judge also went deep again and had four RBIs one game after homering twice in the field of dreams game judge's solo shot off Craig Kimbrel put New York ahead for three in the eighth but Jose Brady tied it with a two out blast in the ninth judge also delivered the tiebreaking run in the tenth with a single that scored automatic runner Brett Gardner I'm the ferry
‘Field of Dreams’ Game Features Drama, Nostalgia, and Kevin Costner
"Well, Iowa hosted their first ever MLB game last night on especially constructed field next to the real life Field of Dreams. Movie set Chicago sites. White Sox beat the New York Yankees 98 with a walk off homer in the ninth. The opening was kind of cool. Kevin Costner led to players through the cornfield onto the field. I I kind of dug that, and then he was on the field, and he did this little speech about 30 years ago. On the other side of that core, Um, they filmed a movie that stood the test of time. Thanks to that enduring impact of that little movie we had. It allowed us to come here again, and then he went on Is this heaven? And then, the crowd said, No, It's Iowa. It was kind of cool, though. You know Kevin Costner. I'm amazed how well he's aged. I mean, I was kind of. I thought it was like a flashback. You know, he looks really great. Yeah, and Jack Look, it was it was a good game. It was a good game. If you're looking for a little trivia question or an answer, Jose, a brave of the White Sox hit the first home run of the night into the cornfield. First Ever Major League home run in Iowa. Um and each each team hit four home runs. It was a It was a decent game. I didn't see all of it because Go to sleep so I could sleep in this morning. Those things for the Yankees. They got two home runs from Aaron Judge, one from Brett Gardner and one from Jean Carlo Stanton. White Sox got the one from Jose Obre, who won from Alloy Humanities, one from Seb Zavala in the game winner from Tama Anderson. And if there's any bright side is that, MLB commissioner Rob Manfred said. There'll be another game next year.
"gardner" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast
"Jumps on all right. So yeah because they kind of guy gardner on your fourteen like gavin kind of his origin and stuff all right Dykes aren't guy gardner. Number eight remain nineteen ninety-three nineteen ninety-four is fast approaching For the lord of the ring on a lot of walking in this sort right yes writers georgians and will jacobs. 'cause i guess is the easy z. Training his replacement against there they were riding team on the trouble girls so probably friends early. They've worked before so. I wonder if something happened. And then we'll jacobs takeover for two issues until chuck. Dixon came donau but pence. Ler course just stanton inker terry beatty colorist anthony tallinn letter albert the guzman and editors kevin dolan regains All right so of in front of a crowd of onlookers and reporters guy gardner. Prisons criminals go face in repo mall by all the reporters guy grabs bucky sharp and sally. His girlfriend flies off into his penthouse. Worth three. won't be bothered. Guy gives sally a check that she can use the start her dream business but all three of them here voice and turn to see logo on guys.
"gardner" Discussed on Backlisted
"Take some deep on. Wait and bores me. Yeah sorry listening. Got you know that reminds me of when we took my quite young son to screening of whatever happened to baby. Jane and i have a clear memory of us watching it and laughing our heads off a my son turning to me. He's young. he's about ten and saying he's this funny. When i worked for city. I find it really funny. I mean it's very painful. And but the performances of stacy keach in seasons are role. There is so Lodge but true right. I get together off to that. Same she she said. She said she's playing a. She's not cheat her argument. Was i'm no acting lodge. I'm playing the paul of a woman who acts large right. Who is who is encouraged by her drinking and her insecurity to to kind of you know dramatize in which she finds herself. It's interesting gardner was worried that she was a little over the top in the row because he obviously i quite uniquely he were he was he was there right. The way through shooting with houston is interesting. Fifty years later when he he's reflecting on the power survey he said not. I look back. And i see the genus. What she was doing. And it's interesting. Because she neither chino. Stacy keach would known really as film actors at that stage. They were both. Were kind of classical classically trained stage actors and obviously jeff bridges. I think it was his second movie. I the characters in the film. This is it feels. So there's the two boxes that the trainer and as roma his two women both have partners but it feels like this is sort of divided the people who can really act and then as everyone else. I don't feel like there's a lot of people on as good as the core team camp it. That's part of the texture isn't it. I mean the the idea that he was costing people to to make it feel authentic. It does feel authentic right a minute. You don't feel you're watching actors maybe apart from susan's it's such a such a fantastic issues close as close as houston. Got to.
"gardner" Discussed on Backlisted
"The only place he could ever be proud potentially was in the boxing ring. Yeah but that seems to have been denied him repeatedly ferry. I seen where he meets an. Oh he's with the bar having her screaming in his ear all the time he just says. I don't claim to be nothing more than i am. You may be confide. I'm an upholsterer. Telugu goes that's the way it goes. Well man's don't muscles and others got steal it all comes out the same and i think that that's a sense of entitlement when he says to later on when he kind of is you know you can depend on me. It's like weird sense of honor the as but he's so unreliable totally overload saying the characters a bit because i think we've been talking about them as it were meeting and let me read the blurb so this is the this is the the the jacket copy on the us first. Addition all context. It's looking better is. It's the great boxing novel. But that's not how it well when it's published it doesn't have that framework around it. So let's see what they said. So the jacket copy starts with this quote. This is the best first novel. I've read in several years abusively balanced piece of work satisfying complex in structure with a spare musical style. A great deal lies beneath the surface of this book. As with all first class fiction the only way to find out what is to read it. So rights frank conroy. The author of stop time in praise of fat city and his statement is typical of the remarkable outpouring of enthusiasm for lenna gaudens extraordinary first novel. A few of the many comments from noted royces who read the novel in advance of publication appear on the back wasting no time directing you there anyway it goes on to say fat city is a novel about the indestructible -bility of hope the anguish and comedy of the human condition. It's hell's the story of two young books as house of stockton california. Any manga and billy telly one in his late teens. The other just turning thirty who seemingly parallel lives intersect for a time set in an ambiance of glittering dreams and drab realities it tells of the to fight struggles to escape the confinements of their existence and of the men and women in their world. Fat city is a novel about the sporting life like no other ever written without melodrama or full zero ix written with the truthfulness that is once painful and beautiful. Fat city won. The joseph henry jackson award is a work in progress several years ago. And since then. Leonard gardner has been supported is rising by saxton fellowship mcdowell colony fellowship and a grant from the national.
"gardner" Discussed on Backlisted
"You hear people shouting. Come on billy there. it's just too good isn't it. It's just just right because the the hero hero. One of the nine characters the protagonist fat city. Belinda gordon recall billy kelly. I'm gonna ask you both i. I'd never read this book before Had always review. Read this book before. I even heard of that. I had not read it. But i was a. I had watched the film to very impressionable age and that kind of early in my early twenties and for a long time it was. It was one of those touchstone films the site to people. It's okay to make a film is full of sadness and longing and doesn't have clear kind of narrative payoff at the end. So i was really really excited to read the book and i what you felt keep. It certainly certainly didn't disappoint me. I think extraordinary vote. I think one of the interesting thing is i. I read the book. And then as soon as i finished reading the book by film literally. Turn the page over the film. And i think if you've watched the film you have read the book in many ways. They are very very similar. I mean it's a it's a very very true representation isn't it. I've got. I've got things to say about this later. I it's really interesting to. I see the film about oh fifteen years ago. Maybe and so my context of it with no as a boxing film. It was kind of joan. Houston does new. Hollywood early seventies you know. An hollywood veteran takes on the trappings of young filmmakers And i thought the film was just terrific. Terrific film terrific form. I'd never read the book and then when the idea of doing this came about list. I thought that'd be interesting so i read the book and then i watched the film again and i really loved them both. I couldn't choose one or the other as the best version. Yes i will say this. And i'd like to see what think about this. You know the noble gets talked about as the one of the greatest if not the greatest novels ever about boxing on the film gets mentioned as one of the best films about books and and we'll talk about other boxing films. But i think there is a difference. Nikki.
"gardner" Discussed on Backlisted
"Takes place in kind of structures at around her structure for the book is is Dante's inferno so this inferno which is kind of london purgatorio which is set mostly in italy. It's charles in italy and then party which is set in in new mexico. It's it manages not to talk about lady lover in fact that if anybody is reading this book wanting close close sort of line-by-line analysis of the novels is going to be disappointed. Because she like. I think i and i know. Jeff dive other people who are lawrence fans. What's great about lawrence of the letters the criticism. The travel books the poems in particular And she makes amazing case. Florence in this book is a kind of this federal creative Person who comes from a very very kind of ordinary working class background and becomes the kind of central figure in a kind of a cult. Middleton murry richard aldington hd There's an extraordinary sequence a long out of print call the autobahn that he wrote. Gugliotta barbecue of morris. Magnus is sort of command. Friend of norman douglas's ad in italy. So there's a lot of original search in the book the some great writing. I'm gonna just read a tiny little bit from the beginning to give you the flavor. If you're interested in even if you're not interested in i think this book would make makes the case best than anything i've i've read for why lawrence's work is remains important and relevant now. There was a great review of the book in the trivia. Who said it's a book. That performance of rare by david whittaker say it performs a rare inaudible task of saving a writer posthumously from himself. He's a little bit. The lawrence safe return to my own middle years. This time is a biographical subject is composed mysteries rather than certainties. Where once. I found insight i now find bewildering levels of naievty for all his claims to prophetic vision. Lawrence had little idea what was going on in the room let alone in the world. His fidelity is a writer was not to the truth but to his own contradictions and reading. Today is like tuning into a radio station whose frequency keeps changing he was modernised with an aching nostalgia for the past a sexually repressed priest of love passionately religious non-believer a critic of genius who invested in his own. Worst writing of all the laurentian paradoxes. However the most arresting is that he was an intellectual who devalued the intellect placing his faith in the wisdom of the very body that throughout his life was failing him dismantle his contradictions. However and you take away the structure of his being d. h. Lawrence the enemy of freud. Impressively defies psychoanalysis. So how can biography do justice to lawrence's complexities..
"gardner" Discussed on Backlisted
"Dry wind heavy with pete dust from the surrounding fields blows leaves and papers along the gutter turn into the harbor in and make for one of the empty stools at the ball on john. Mention the publisher of unbanned the platform. Where redes- crowd fund. Books they really want to read. And i'm andy miller author of tilting at windmills. How i tried to stop worrying and love spooks. Well it's of that book And today for the first time in one hundred and forty four episodes we have no guests or other we. We're talking about a bit but we have no guest joining us Rather we three the guests and we got together to discuss a book that We will as john was just saying. I think we will admire but in the tradition of bat listed. We've actually we. We agree never to discuss before we actually record. So i i don't know what the other gonna save. But let's i. I'll think less than if they don't ignore it. So we'll we'll see what happens. No pressure the book is fat city. The only novel by the american right sir. Leonard gardner it was first published. Boy farrer strauss andrew in one thousand nine sixty nine and claimed subsequently is one of the greatest books and novels ever written memorably adapted for the screen Starring stacy keach and a very young jeff bridges by the director john huston in nineteen seventy-two fat city is built around the parallel careers of two boxes. Billy tally is twenty nine. Who was trying to come back from retirement and ernie munger an eighteen. Year old hopeful. He so impresses. The anti condition tally when they spot together that he the boy present himself to ruben luna his former trainer the book charts that entwined trajectories in and outside the ring tallies battles with drink and loneliness mama's attempts to balance commitment to fay who he marries when she was pregnant with those two his career as a boxer the fifty three years since it was first published the intensity and realism of goldens portrait of american blue collar. Life has won. Praise from writers is different. Joined it in rosemont. Donald raymond kava and dennis johnson. He described as deep in the sorrow and beauty of human life. But let's not slope off to our city hotel before asking the usual question. Andy what have you been reading this week well. I tried to choose a book that i consider to be the very opposite of books.
"gardner" Discussed on FOMO Sapiens with Patrick J. McGinnis
"Old enough to know better. But you're still young enough to say will why not so i make the call. I get a call back and before you know it. there's my granddaughter. Sitting at the desk of president. Barack obama said no taking the pigeon because she had a dream. She wanted to know what it felt like. This is my way of not just saying the words but showing her. This is what permission to dream. Feels like and you know the crazy thing man. We wrap it up. We get ready to leave. And the president of the united states says to my granddaughter. Will you know what if you do real good in school and you do everything. You'll pompous in about thirty years. This could be yours right there right there. She said to him no is twenty eight and a half man. I created a monster. But you know what again. That's what gives me such tremendous for the future man and let me say one more thing. Patrick if i cannot take a lot of time but this to your point about some of us who are little bit older down the road a lot of that and who might feel like oh man i can't it will never happen. I'm too old. Yeah well you know what always talked to folks about a gun in break crop then. They might not ring a bill but he started a little company called mcdonald's he started dead at fifty six years of age. Another guy named john pembleton name may not ring a bill. But i bet you consumed this product. He created something called coca cola what he was fifty eight harland sanders also known as the colonel didn't sell this first piece of chicken till he was sixty two. So how old is too old. Okay let's take that off the table a right. This has been done before sir but now it's our turn you and the book with this chapter that i really love because anybody can follow this vice and begin to do exactly what you're telling us to do you say this is the epilogue. It's brush your teeth and change your life in two days to end the interview. I love for you to give us that methodology of how we can in two days brushing our teeth which is good. You gotta brush your teeth. We can change our lives. That started out as a homework assignment that i gave the high school middle school students all across the country but again it's something we all do it when you do it as backup for second in the field. I'm assuming you saw the pursuit of happiness enrique. Here's guy driving this red ferrari and i go up to ask two questions what you do in. How do you do that with as a new two questions while you're looking at that person mira while you're brushing your teeth. Ask yourself if. I could walk through a door tomorrow morning and be doing anything in the world. What would it looked like would feel like what would it smell like. What would it tastes like. Engage all your senses and then ask yourself the second question. What did i do today to make tomorrow habit. Did i move the dial one notch. Did i take one baby step towards what it is. I say i really wanted to do in. The answer is own you. Did i move the notch again to think about that. Just one notch. Did i take one baby step if the answer is no. That's not really what you wanna do. You what i thought about this chapter because i love this and this is. It's like you can do this. Everybody can do this. I used to live in brazil people in brazil. Brush your teeth like eight times a day. So if you're a brazilian you're gonna have a lot of progress in your life because if you do this every time you brush your teeth. They're very good about oral hygiene for some reason but this is something everybody can do. So chris. i wanna thank you so much for being here if you wanna check out your stop and go to chris gardner media dot com and the name of the book is permission to dream. Chris gardner thanks for being here. No brother thank you had to get. I'm looking forward to see you and new york city so you baby foam Big news we now have a brand new website so head over to foam sapiens dot com. Where you can listen to past episodes learn more about the show and find out how to advertise also head over to spotify where you can find and follow playlists of the best of the show. You can also connect with me on instagram. At patrick j mcginnis on twitter at pj mcginnis and on linked in. I'd love to hear from you so don't be shy. Almost sapiens is recorded in new york. City theme. music is by mike. Mcginnis and editing and post production is by josh l. Stroke if you like today show please be sure to rate it recommended to your friends. And as always you can find the homo sapiens. Dot com and patrick mcguinness dot com advertisement homo sapiens..
"gardner" Discussed on FOMO Sapiens with Patrick J. McGinnis
"What are you gonna do with the rest of your life. That's a big question at that point. Patrick that's not a rhetorical question. I could have just sat on my desk at wall street road. So more tickets so similar stock. Jason more deals no man. That's a big question. What are you going to do a wendy. I found myself in my home. Joe milwaukee wisconsin my own neighborhood standing in front of the elementary school. That i went and i saw the children coming going out of the school doors. Patrick and down on me. Wait a minute oprah. Winfrey and i are the same age same zodiac sign and went to the same elementary school. How do we know the next. Chris gardner more importantly the next oprah winfrey is not coming out of the same school doors public schools all across this country right now. The truth is patrick date. Aw my job is to let them know that they can. And i've been challenged patrick by some adults on this idea Adults ask what are the odds of you are oprah. Winfrey ever happening again. I can't answer that question. Patrick because i'm not focused on the i'm focused on the evens as it even though even if even when even where even you even meet this has been done before sir. This is our term and we got this and that all the time i spend with young people all across the country. Patrick let me tell you something. A lot of folks might be less than impressed with some of the players. They singing take the fuel recently. Well let me tell you something sir. In america the bitch is deep the biggest deep man and they're coming so that gives me tremendous hope for the future of this country so i'm making a huge alternative investment in human capital. Say to people when they talk about fear. Because i think a lot of people got in touch with fear over the last year there was a lot of uncertainty and a lot of people. Are you know even even as you know. Things are gonna come back to normal. Some people are still afraid right. And it's hard to dream when you're scared to how you move past the fear to get to the place where you can dream big for the next phase of your life you make amid figure my last conversation. I had my dear friend. Dr my i devote we would speaking about struggle and i will never forget her saying to me. We have the people for this mountain and we must all be mindful that there are people who came before us who came up a steep aside of this mountain carry a bigger heavier load with little to no opportunity but they kept going forward on winded upward. As still i rise this has been done before sir. Now is our term. Yeah this for and to be here to be a small part of the patrick man. This is the most exciting part of my life. I'm supposed to be retired now. I'll morgan harder than ever worked about life and love and every man pillar out the book. You wrote the book as a story. It's based on day out with your granddaughter who we get to know in the book. She's awesome and it takes us through pivotal moments in your life when you thought about. I mean you you wrote the pursuit of happiness you you know you like and then you decide to do this new book. Why did you decide to do it that way. I enough to tell you a little story. For granddaughter you raise a subject. he should not have rays. Have enough time retired about my granddaughter. Man you know what a couple of things number one back to my mom. My siblings and i were the first in my family that never picked cotton my children. Because i got the opportunity to work on wall street became the first in my family to ever attend to graduate from colleges and universities for my grandchild are no more i. There's only now in next and this book was born on a day patrick. My granddaughter decided she went to learn how to play the harmonica as she did. Just want a harmonica chewing the ferrari of harmonic and her worst. The ferrari of harmonicas and being why am as a grandfather. Okay we go find it would guess what the probably places in nooks and crannies of new york city music stores. That have been there forever. That only professionals know about absolutely keith. Bridges is in town and guitar strings. He's only going to this place okay. We've thought this store on the wrong side of chicago in the worst snowstorm in history and we got stuck without transportation as was starting to walk home. Mike read or looks up at me. She says papa was the difference between a dream in plan will and this whole conversation starts because santa myself wait. A minute would've visit the last conversation that you're ever gonna have with your child. What do you want her to know about where we're from the world were in. And we're we're going that you wanted to hear from you at this is before colbert all business happening before covert okay. This is four years ago and let me say something else. Bajic gary important. We made the decision. The book was ready to go last year. We made the conscious decision. No we're not going to release this book. This light this positivity into the toxicity of twenty twenty would have got no airspace. not okay but backing up a little bit again about the future. My granddaughter man. What did this little girl said to me. I want to see what it feels. Like to be of united states. So i want you to call the president and tell him i'm coming to the white house and i'm gonna take a picture sitting at the big this. Okay let me see if i got this right. You want me to call. The president of the united states and yeah must granddaughter was to come take a pigeon sitting at his desk talent. Im seven and a half all right. The cool thing about getting a sixty. patrick is. You're.
"gardner" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA
"Way to welcome back to noko now. Thanks for being with us. I m tanner. Schwinn rely from the our collusion special studios so the thing garnered a lot attention. This week obviously talked about it. It's been year ago today since the first cove nineteen case in colorado But it seems to be that the The big topic of conversation. This week has been A been a growing push back on. Governor police meet out day on march twentieth So we were gonna talk now. Think we'll we got luke gardner up with kramer's wedged or they've got an coming up on the twentieth luke. How are you my friend. Good how you doing. That was the perfect intro..
"gardner" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls
"Really didn't know that much about him as a person who came. Yeah i definitely didn't know much about frank sinatra still. Don't you're going to tell me more. Did not know anything about ava gardner but one thing i do. Remember about frank. Sinatra is several years ago when my nanna was still alive she and i were talking and we're talking about music and i asked her like well. What kind of flick. What music do you listen to when you were younger. And she said frank sinatra like. That's so weird to that. You listen to that when you were my age. And she said yeah and my dad hated it. He just hated that music. And it's so funny to think about an old person not liking frank sinatra music because all the older people in my life love frank sinatra and you know like think his music to me is so classy but to dad. It was not. I don't know what he was listening to. What was preferring sinatra. I don't know well. That is one thing. I learned in the documentary. I watched to we. We will talk more about it but basically he started as a heart throb for teen girls much like a justin bieber or a harry styles or whoever else the kids are into these days and eventually after some career changes in life events the switch flipped. He kinda made a comeback and now all of a sudden.
"gardner" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast
"E. t. in southern california on. Abc news. Talk junior did you have a good weekend i did. It was a busy weekend but it was good. It was good me too me too. I did the snow yesterday here in dallas and all the football and so man. Did you get snow down. But i didn't get any snow by me. I got a little bit was like flurries but nothing stuck. My kids were so disappointed. Know nothing stuff but the magic of snow. you know. it's just it's so funny. I was on the phone with my niece. And she lives a little She lives near outside of houston by about an hour. She has a a rescue down there. on a piece of land that she protects and get in got to build a house and i guess they get some tax breaks whatever but she's a huge animal lover like me. She's taken it to another degree though. I mean she's got horses goats pigs as she's got everything and she's wonderful so i'm on the phone with here and i and i. She starts going screaming. I gotta get the kids. 'cause i guess they had danced that morning. We're taking a nap and anyway but it's it's remarkable to me. How excited i even saw it in my own daughters they like. Oh it's snowing mom. It's snowing no neither one of them were with me. When it started snowing one of them ended up being here shortly after but Here at home but snow so magical though it is my kids. Were the same way they thought for like. They don't really see snow that much so they thought it was gonna be like a winter wonderland so they were. They still went out and played in it. But i was like. yeah guys. we're not where it kinda sticks. Yeah but it was still fun. It was nice. Yeah it was really fun. And then of course. The browns won last night. I know time in so many years. I think the i would. They say one thousand nine hundred thousand nine. It's really crazy like the bills and the browns and all these teams even the buccaneers threes. I saw grade signed during the bills game. It said it only took five years in a pandemic but we made it. Oh my gosh well you know it's going to be. I think it's going to be a great superbowl. Whoever ends up and certainly we've got a lot of great games next weekend and of course pretty much. Everybody knows who. I'm going to be rooting. Be the buffalo bills. But i i love the browns to and you know and baker mayfield and and and tom brady errors. I mean it's hard. It's it's fun. We're finally switching it up. You know the patriots in for the first time also and there's some good teams that haven't gone which i think is awesome. That's just had to do that well. Here's the thing though. There's hope because it's turning around. So the drought. That's been that we've been experiencing we'll will be turned around next year. The cowboys have hopefully. We'll be in the play so you you gotta be positive right to look at. What's we gotta look at. What's right not what's wrong in life in general. And that's why. I love having to on bennett on the show. He's our first guest today. Shelly gardner's on at the half. We're gonna be talking about minimalism. But john bennett. If you've never heard him before again you're in for a treat. He is a licensed professional counselor with two masters degrees and over twelve years of counseling experience. He currently has his own practice to want bennett counseling and dallas texas. He believes that the key to mental and behavioral success is the ability to master self-awareness and emotional control. You can find on instagram at d. Dot bennet underscore counseling or simply. His website debate counseling dot com. Always a pleasure to on bennett. How are you doing today. I'm burn happy new year. Happy new is this the first time we've talked in the new year i guess yes. You're happy new year it's always. It's always happy when you're on the show on. And i mean that with all my heart and i really do so Happy new year. I did you. Did you go out for new years. Would you do no no. I sat around in the house with my son and we played a little ono and then we did the countdown together as a family. I love that i you know. It's just like kind of almost like a natural thing to say. Hey did you go out. And i don't think anybody goes out really like that anymore and celebrates unless of course they're in their twenties or they're crazy right everything going on right now across the country. But it's always great to have you with us. And i love love. Love what we're talking about today and that the topic is the fear of commitment so do on why do so many people have a fear of commitment burnish tricky right because for a lot of people they don't really understand that that's an issue that they have a fear commitment and there's a lot of factors that play into it in some cases it's like anything else you have been conditioned to believe that you know people can hurt you rather watch movies and you've seen a lot of like relationships in berry very badly. Maybe your parents have taught you that are there was something that happened to you. So you experienced a situation where you commit it to someone or something Particularly early in your life and your childhood in that result resulted in some type of her so now as a result your little apprehensive about letting people in and really committed to someone or something. Yeah and it's and that kind of fear can really change your life. I mean you could miss out for me. When i think about the fear commitment you could miss out on some of the most fabulous opportunities by simply being fearful of commitment or fearful of being hurt are they are. They are they kind of the same. Are they connected. And a very deep way. They are in one of the things that you're right. You could miss out on a lot of things one of the first things that you can miss out on. Is this deep connection with people and then we're not always talking about romantic relationships we can be talking about friendships and general because remember. It's not just school to romantic relationships. This can affect your relationships with family. Members is gonna affect your relationship with your friends as well as opportunities work. Well we've found. Is that people who struggle with commitment issues. They sometimes are the friends. Are the people that you see. Who changed jobs frequently. Not because they're not successful at their jobs because they don't think in the long term they're going to be able to stay here so they don't want to feel like they don't want to jump in and put all their chips on the table just to be hurt later on. Yeah and i agree with that especially in business. I mean commitment is is huge when to to following through. Just when you start something you should follow through and case in point you know There's many times on the radio show. I can't even tell you how many times i have wanted to quit this show For a lot of different reasons It's been a very difficult. But but thrilling and just wonderful experience on so many levels. But so many times. I wanted to quit. But it's that that commitment. That i have that that kept me hanging in you know to to seeing it through to fruition and here we are year ten. The shows never been doing better. And and so it's all about commitment staying in the game right and it's normal. Burn to have feeling sometimes in anything that you committed to to wondering. Hey did i make the right choice. Is there a better opportunity this commitment keeping me from missing out on something. That's normal. I think as people were always kind of taking their brains through the process of figuring out. Did we make the wrong decision but one. We're thankful that you decided to commit to the and that you still are here and creating the platform to discuss so many important issues but to as people i think going through that process is something that normal people experience. I think when we're talking about somebody who has kind of commitment issues are committing zaidi. They knew that as a region kind of bill out on things well again to business. You know this past year. Twenty twenty was so difficult for so many people. A lot of people hung in a lot of people couldn't for financial reasons. Or what have you. But even in two thousand twenty. I learned some incredible list lessons in one of them is yes you wanna keep your circle small but you can't keep it small because you don't trust other people you know you know because i started to do that. I got burned really bad by somebody this year. That cost me thousands of dollars. They were basically a and i didn't see it. And and so my immediately responses boy. My circle's gonna get really small now but i'm past it. I sorted through it. You can never let an opportunity pass you by because of fear of commitment case in point or even you see where i'm going with this like keeping your circle small that's a fear.
"gardner" Discussed on The Tech Humanist Show
"Excuse to get an absentee ballot. It was startling to me was just like what. How is new york state. This figured out but yet there's there's so many kinks in so many parts of every state's election process. We do need to back out. that's fair. yeah definitely he. Before we run out of time. I wanna make sure people know where they can find and follow you and your work on line. Yeah thank you. You can follow me at. Caleb gardner on just about every social platform twitter instagram facebook linked in. Although you and i know we both have had just relationship with facebook these days. So i'm not hanging out hanging out there as much as i used to That's probably the easiest way You can go to. Caleb gardner dot com read more about my work or eighteen. Coffees dot com remorse about our work We're we're deep in this kind of You know mix of digital transformation and community organizing work on given day and so you know. Please do keep in touch. Be great to great to meet meeting hear from some of the people that were listening in. And i want to with just one or two minutes that remain. I want to give you a chance to end on an up. Note an optimistic one of the recurring. So questions i like to ask is what when it comes to technology or data or digital experiences or the future of human experiences. Are you most optimistic. About what are you. What are you look at that sort of category and feel most hopeful about. Oh that's a good question. You're asking me to find hope in a really like stressful like we're literally in this episode. Yeah so i am. Probably the most optimistic about this is this somebody feel out of left field. But i'm probably most optimistic about technologies of -bility to help us tackle big global problems like climate change. Like i i get really frustrated about that from a policy standpoint and even like i mean talk about distant formation and like notch having shared realities around big issues like climate change. I mean insane. But i'm actually pretty bullish on technology's ability to solve and actually energy around the reduction of carbon in our atmosphere. You know electric vehicles electric grid. And what's great about that. A lot of that already being driven by a lot of the private sector around the world so it's not asked dependent on government as we think that it is however we still do need government policies to set the rules and regulations to make the kind of big leaps in that sector that we need to make..
"gardner" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"The hot Gardner who's this guy what do you think is the hot Gardner no I said screw that I don't know her she's not this guy though totally different so she posted twenty two hours ago a photo of the gentleman in there were two photos there's one with a hat and one without a hat he's topless in her pool waist deep and he's holding his hands crossing his arms around what his chest or region yeah he says arms crossed in front of them that's the way you say that yeah that's because it's hard to make words right now well because I'm so like his nipples anyway we'll get to that but so there's this shirtless guy pool that we've never seen before he's a silver fax and it says the caption which do you prefer without the Panama hat we're with the mask status and everybody's like holy sites we need to know who Martha Stewart's shacking up with because we thought it was just Gardner her driver and her housekeeper remember this guy was nowhere to be found in the photo but he has some prominent nipples but and these results yeah he looks he looks he's got a lot of teeth who he's on I will say he looks very not Martha Stewart like I would expect Martha Stewart to be with some cookie cutter financier not this rugged handsome man he's got to arm sleeves of tattoos from shoulder to wrist yes he's got some very nice silver locks and I will say don't like the hat I don't I think there is only I'm who's looking at the half I mean the that's the real that's what you're asked to do you can leave her I mean he could we won't know anything about him he's nowhere to be found in any other of her other photos okay so let me just share this to you sorry that didn't make any sense currently he is marked as a longtime friend photographer Douglas Friedman how do you know this Google it we're the inquisitor longtime fans know that Friedman was Martha's date for the Vanity Fair Oscars party earlier what's his name here his name is Douglas freedman and yeah okay so here is a picture of all of them earlier at a different thing yeah he is a very a trans man he's pretty easy I'm fine with a lot younger than I thought all right yeah but yeah the two of them have known each other for a long time what they don't know about him is if they're into each other or is you know is he in turn you know exactly that's all terms for all so what is he in the city but I mean like Douglas Friedman how are you yes a man he's standing in the pool hi Ashley how does she if I reckon I'm yep and he's hanging out in her pool okay yeah so you can go you can see his Instagram Douglas Friedman he's got pictures everywhere photography photography well again with the words yes photographs he got personal with Andy Cohen for an episode of the takeover okay eles de corps excuse me no the the core L. magazines to Cork but that means he just took photos of Andy Cohen's apartment which by the way why now okay what miles very nice space I just hope here early he's a right hand man really that's not true it's a different person art guy who hangs out in Marfa Marfa Texas Texas I. NO Marfa Texas for a reason why it's an art please remember there was the installation Marfa product I don't okay I do that's the one wasn't that like the it was like a Prada store but it wasn't us Prada store yeah he was out in the middle of the desert I think we talked about that only I'm sorry I'm busy to this guy is is she's got like a little group that she hangs with and he's one of them and then Kevin Sharkey and Sharkey is another another one of the the he's like a designer but they seem to travel in the packed together he's a chicken dad okay great not like a chicken hawk is that like some gay thing he said two weeks ago on March twenty seventh if you had told me that I would be playing dead to thirty chickens I would all my eggs would have rolled well known friend of course is going to have chickens am I right I I have so many questions of this guy and I feel like we're gonna just learn more about him as the days.
"gardner" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Trees in the backyard that I didn't recognize and I went through natural Gardner date identified it as eucalyptus trees and the bill and you know looking that up in your reading about it they are going to get huge I'll I'll live long enough to close to the foundation where they are played it now I wanted to see if you could give me recommendations on how and when to try to transplant the well here's the thing about eucalyptus they're not gonna live here I have been doing this work since I mean I I hate to say how long but forty years I've been in this business I have never once seen a eucalyptus tree in a client's yard and I've been to thousands of people's yards they're not gonna if in fact they are eucalyptus I would take him up right now and I if you want to try to baby along keep them as a container for as long as they have you know on this earth because they don't like alkaline soil they don't like our heat they don't like her cold there's just not a whole lot about in that but it's well for for them being long term plan I I know they get huge I love and I've seen him out in California and then why you know their natural state they're beautiful but I I would consider them a container plants and you can dig him up right now gotcha okay that's that that's great you know I I know yeah I've only been in the home six or eight months and I bet these things have grown but now half in that time is just there there like weeks well and you know they grow yes but I don't think they have a long term future but they could be cool container plants I mean I think we've had a of mild enough winner that that's why you're seeing them do well but in a typical hard winter around here I don't think they'd make a they tried to do a balancing of along town lake one time a few years ago and that not a single one of them survived so but I I think they're cool I'm not saying they're not a good plan they're just not a good plan for in the ground here but I'm a big fan of experimenting with things so put him in containers give them rain water or neutralize the PH of your water with a little vinegar when you walk around and see if you can't baby along and have a cool plant gotcha okay what thank thank you so much for the information thank John Monday you too see you later bye bye okay let's go to marble falls on my favorite places hi miss Jane thank you for waiting good morning thank you for taking my call Sir hello I'm calling about container gardening specifically and the galvanized trough behind of course the fortress because of their country and you know they're quite deep and so I've heard different kind of opinions on you know fill the bottom with plastic or with you know other materials and I've I've got a large amount of of glass bottles so I could use and get this bill and that based on the bottom I mean I know that there will be some you know so we'll see page that will get down in there but I want to know what your thoughts are on that and then what do you think are the best spring vegetables to try and do for the first attempt okay let's start with the filling of the bottom of first of all I wanna make sure that your trough has drain holes drilled into it on the sides not the body and had it out at a ranch and we shot those holes in the bottom but not the bottom the sides it unless you unless you're topping it up on something above the ground like on on the blocks or something if you put it right on the ground then you know it's really hard for the water to get get away from under there but get the now I'd probably do some on the sides then I would Lehrer weed control Berrier over the glass of filler on the bottom that's where you put your good soil and then you need about a foot probably of of decent soil minimum six inches and it is far as the vegetables to put in all my goodness are so many that go in right now you know everything from even could artichokes a spare because greens broccoli cabbage collards Swiss chard and still do lettuce onions potatoes shallots manage you know what I would do is go to a a reliable nursery and also don't forget everybody you can go to aggro life and whatever county you're in at just you know do like aggro life Travis county and you can get a list of the recommended varieties of vegetables for your area your county are you know because the cultivars work better in some areas than others trying not artichoke you mean like the globe artichoke I didn't realize it those hills yeah and in fact you can use them as a landscape plant there so stunning they're just want their big so if you have a small trough you don't want to take up the trough because you can put him in the ground and I don't even think I don't think dear Edom but somebody call me and let me know but I they are so pretty we used to plan on Kevin love them and he planned on let him go to flower just to see the beautiful flower you know we care about our checks that they're super cool well that would be fun yeah okay and then you know when they come so March sure I think that advice beautiful day down there you too it's pretty of their own choice but by okay who's next Steve's Steve southwest Austin how are you today Hey good morning thanks for taking my call Sir I have a tree question for you okay and maybe maybe you had it before but we we have some live those that were really sad to see we have been dropping their leaves they're they're almost bare right now this time of year and we had an arborist come out and he gave us a diagnosis it sounded scary but he didn't seem scared but I'm not quite sure I understood exactly what he was recommending to do and he diagnosed as having a fungus called anthracnose thank we have a warning if you heard of that and and the reason I ask is he basically a kind of said well the best thing to do is just trying to keep the tree healthy and the fungus just kind of exists but it's not legal to the tree and I was wondering if you had heard that before no I haven't and I mean I'm aware of what anthrax this is but not in the live oaks in the fact that it can be contained by just you know keeping the tree healthy and it doesn't hurt I would we should have a tree guy on here this morning for some reason interesting calls about trees I don't know who you're treating me and he is and you know and I I've certainly got my favorite kind of tree people but you know a and M. has we need more information on on tree path ology than I've ever seen anywhere in my life so that you can go on their website and if you like if you just Google anthracnose and live oaks and I don't know if you've done this yet but if you do that and you see the V. an article come up for me in them and then just click on that or you can go to the T. A. M. you dot E. D. U. website or you can go to aggro life and you know there's many many choices of of things you can look up on the aggro life website possessor extension service and see what they say about it again if you want to contact to be off the air I can recommend what I consider to be the premier a tree company as far as diagnosing these important live oak issues but I just you know I can't really promote people you know **** nilly on the air so you can go to my website Kevin would landscapes dot com and save me a query in your mention that we talked on the show and I'll give you that name that would be very helpful okay either take a look at the the a and M. website and then I'll do that I reach out to you online and I'm very very much welcome your feedback thank you thank you and hopefully if there's a certified arborist he's very knowledgeable listening they will call us with us more information on anthracnose in live oaks and thank you Steve for your call thank you all right like okay let's go to Doug then again Taylor how are you today real good real good great day yeah my mom lives in detail and there's about a three foot drop between our yard in the in the St slope is really tough tomorrow is there a good ground cover that could put on that is the long like a hundred and fifty feet by three feet but in India it would cover that yeah I'll tell you what's blooming right now that I really like is that trailing purple lantana it it it runs in the roots of the notes so it's really good for holding in a slow on that be really good yeah it will it cover yeah should you covered pretty thick well it kind of depends on what size you start with you know what you can afford to put a and it's a little early for the four inch plants but if you want to save money you could buy you know if several flats of the four inch plants and put him in after freeze danger has passed like in third week of March or something like that our guide this year I don't know you might feel clementa Mara but you know just to be safe this weather yeah yeah but they say we're going to get another freeze coming up but yeah so you could do that the only question I would have for you is what how are you going to be able to water them on that slope you'd get in need of do soaker hoses or something like that and if it's a real steep slope you almost need some puts a little will love rocks or something around I'm just temporarily if nothing else to try to create a little bit of a level spot because the hardest thing about getting them started on the slope is just keep an you know keep water it is time to soak in you know okay but to give me something to go by all right appreciate all right Sir good luck thank you all right word time for a break we'll be right back do you have a we've got more ways for you to get what you need to start the job on your time and get it done in no time with our free next day delivery.
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"An even better version of Cory Gardner because you know on top of what he naturally brings to the race he's going to have all the financial resources he could beat right after being handed the senatorial committee and and you know are sharing the GOP to wins in the last cycle so you combine the resources with that candidate and and I'm with you I think you beat some and then what happens stick and this leads us into the next segment can you state your break our but but what then what happens okay so Cory Gardner shocks the world except for those of us here in Colorado who know him in a better chance to watch him in action he shocks the world he quote unquote upsets John Hickenlooper and then immediately he is front and center in the national discussion right because trump at least as the law stands right now can only serve two terms and so then Corey is right in the middle of that conversation for twenty four why don't I don't even I haven't thought that far I don't believe that thank you know the the like you know them if Corey wins this election and I think you're going to it will be a shock and issues and if in fact when you set the workout fat is kind of makes me chuckle because I'm thinking when do you normally don't associate upset with an incumbent and yet the Democrats have decided that that Corey is such dead meat in the selection it will be an upset if you reject that he turns into really little truck Corey to the national stage I love it when your opponent's over confidence I mean there is such a gift when the opponent is overconfident tend and lord knows and they are here yeah and yet then eat you gotta think the Democrats are wondering about Hickenlooper I mean that's that's the your last comment he made about France the media should be called protecting him yeah I do and they have to be embarrassed by that does that have to do is that you would expect that from from Ricky you didn't know better not from some guy to turn Merrin two term governor I really disagree with you but I I can't imagine a rookie at any level student council who would say something like that so that just shows me a guy who yeah I mean they've they've got to be word as a Biden kinda thing they've got to worry about a getting them out of the freezer and getting them out there and then be what he's gonna say once they get him out there yeah yes no he's he clearly didn't really want this job he got he wants it to be candid anything to a man when you tell the media they they should be protecting him thanks John hello to him and why would you think that he's got a free ride for sixteen years of marriage and he let me change my metaphor little bit on Hickenlooper because that that wasn't fair precise enough with Biden gets the freezer with Hickenlooper it's the porch I mean there's there's no suggestion that Hickenlooper might have somebody stuff that's going on with fighting but he just doesn't want to be there he'd rather be on a porch somewhere.