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Fresh update on "gardner" discussed on Best of Boomer & Gio
"Chris Lopresti, Aaron Boone with the latest status update on Masahiro Tanaka after the Yankees right Nadir took that Giancarlo Stanton the line drive to the head during Saturday's work out of the stadium. Feel really good about where he is. He came in about Around noon or 12 30 today and was in really good spirits and you know, I got a good night's sleep. No, no loss of appetite. I think all the signs are pointing. You know that he really dodged a bullet there, obviously officially diagnosed with a mild concussion. He is in concussion protocol, but Brett Gardner said Tanaka was walking around like his normal self today down, the Yanks will be holding interest squad games. Under the lights the next two days, the planet for J have to go against Clark Schmidt tomorrow. Gerrit Cole slated to pitch on Tuesday and our own Sweeney murder will be on hand providing coverage on both nights that he field Ahmed Rosario arrived completely intake process took part in the Mets afternoon workout, which also featured Delon potentially facing some live hitters. He says he'll be good to go by opening day. Jacob deGrom also threw a SIM game this morning manager that we throw hostage Graham looks like he was in Mid season form over matching some of the hitters along the way. Bryce into Shambo spent quarantine working out hard bulking up yet another £20 of muscle during the nearly three month layoff could hit the ball a mile knocking on the door to earn his sixth career PGA Tour victory came today in the rocket mortgage class. As much as I want to Be selfish. It's really not. It's the exact opposite. I wanted people to see a different play style of the game. I knew there was an opportunity to do that. And I wanted to show people if you work hard enough. You do your absolute best..
20 Khashoggi murder suspects on trial in Turkey in absentia
"Hearing is taken place in Turkey in the trial of 20 Saudi Arabian nationals for the murder of the Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. They're being tried in their absence. Mr Hotshot fianc? Hard to Judge Angus was the first to get evidence on his killing inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul two years ago. Here's our security correspondent Frank Gardner. A teacher. Jenga spoke briefly to journalist. She said that it was a debilitating experience. As she put it, It must have been absolutely harrowing for her. But she says she is determined to see justice. She wants to know what's happened to his body, and she wants to see those who she considers accountable for this brought to justice. The Saudis, however, are not going to extradite anybody. They've said they've already held their own trial, which finished in December. It was held behind closed doors and neither of the two chief suspects as Faras, the international intelligence community concerned we're actually convicted. The French
Fresh update on "gardner" discussed on Best of Mike and the Mad Dog
"O'clock Christmas. Presti Yankeesleft Later James Paxton wasn't about to take any chances today after watching teammate Masahiro Tanaka get drilled in the head by Giancarlo Stanton Line drive Saturday. Max through live VP from behind the protection of Adele screen. What happened yesterday and luckily, they're not very often, but I just want to play ST time out next time. I think it will be more in game setting. The screen won't be out there. But yeah, especially conscious. Just have it out there. Tanaka remarkably, seems to be doing just fine. Brett Gardner said He was in the clubhouse today. Walking around like a normal cell time. The Yanks will be holding interest squad games under the lights tomorrow and Tuesday. Yankee Stadium. And the Yes Network will air coverage on both days from 6 to 9 p.m. City field I met Rosario has arrived. In part, the Mets afternoon workout. Adela potential face live hitters have projected ground Sim game this morning when we throw the ground looked like he was in mid season form, overwhelming some of the hitters at times. Haas also says Jed Lowry is now full go to participate in our field workouts brought around of the Rocket Mortgage Classic from Detroit. Dr. Price's Shambo got a bit of a back nine scare from youngster Matthew Wolf, who beat him in his tournament a year ago. But shit I will close with three straight birdies Shoot 65 to win the event, 2300 part that's now top 10 finishes in each of his last seven socks provides you to avoid large social gatherings follow all advice that amount of those gatherings and also practice social distancing by staying at least six feet apart without public. Please wear a mask. We're still a 91 degrees..
John Hickenlooper wins Colorado Democratic primary, will face Sen. Cory Gardner
"Voting on Tuesday, a familiar name in Colorado politics researching his former governor, John Hickenlooper wins the state's Democratic primary for U. S. Senate. Hickenlooper faces sitting Republican Senator Cory Gardner in November. Oklahoma's James Inhofe has been a fixture in the Senate since 1994. He won his Republican primary Tuesday is Democratic opponent will be attorney Abby Broyles, and after a week of waiting, we finally know who is going to challenge Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell for his Kentucky Senate seat. Former Marine pilot Amy McGrath is fended off a challenge from progressive Charles Booker to get the Democratic nomination. Chill.
Help Wanted: 600 Contact Tracing Jobs Available In Chicago
"Is putting its $56 million girl the virus contact tracing program. Into the hands of a partnership designed to foster jobs for hundreds of participants is well, let's contain the spread of the disease. The city expects some 600 contact tracers to be hired. And Karen Norrington, Reeve's director of the Chicago Cook Workforce Partnership, says they'll be trained to track down people with whom a covert 19 patients been every six weeks. We're going to be connecting with all of the contact tracing court to make sure that Were troubleshooting any challenges that they're experiencing that they're getting constant reinforcement. Roy Walker Dina Malcolm X College says. Equally important are the opportunities. Contact traces the first step into a career in healthcare. Malcolm is Kash has other healthcare opportunities and opera polio of disciplines. We see opportunity with the committee of Worker Program, Patient care technicians, technicians, USC USC USC University University University University of of of of Chicago Chicago Chicago Chicago and and and and Sinai Sinai Sinai Sinai Urban Urban Urban Urban Health Health Health Health Institute, Institute, Institute, Institute, also also also also Gardner's Gardner's Gardner's Gardner's Craig Craig Craig Craig Della. Della. Della. Della.
Polls open for Kentucky primary
"A big primary election as you heard a moment ago from Amy Gardner in Kentucky as Democrats decide who will likely face off against senator Mitch McConnell in the fall Kentucky secretary of state said by Monday nearly a million people had only voted or apply for an absentee ballot for in person voting Tuesday the state is dispatched five thousand masks per county for poll workers and voters four thousand gallons of hand sanitizer fifteen hundred face shields and twenty thousand pairs of gloves election officials warn any results that come in Tuesday night would only reflect Tuesday's in person voting not early voting or absentee ballots official numbers are expected in about a week Ribeiro
Bill Noble on Garden Design
"Now. You were not a garden designer. Then and here you came to this place, and there's views of mountains and feels, and it feels like a big open place, but. You weren't a garden designer. SORTA figured out how to make a plan. And you speak about in the book about measuring the House and measuring the distance to things and kind of drawing and taking photos and kind of pinning up that and some inspiration on almost like a mood board to get started like you know to figure out what you were going to do, yes. Yes I came here not as a gardener. But I felt that I needed to learn really quickly. And and the way I learned was that. I had been farming and. As I. Tell Maybe in the book I made. Five thousand dollars at it. My first year felt great, and I made five thousand dollars at farming my last year and I'd had enough. And I landed a seasonal job restoring a half miles worth of white, pine and hemlock hedges at the Saint God's national historic site, in Cornish, which was the garden of Augustus Saint Gaudens and was part of an artist colony that included architects, landscape, architects and artists. Like Gerald Plot and Ellen Shipman And I really immersed myself. In the Garden Gardens, but it, but then in learning about the gardens that those artists had made. A really came to gardening? As an art form I. And then I had to learn. How to draw. and. Deal with hard scape, which still not very good at. but the National Park. Service was great about supporting. It staff. By providing training and I spent a couple years running down to Boston to Cambridge to the Radcliffe Institute and to the Arnold Arboretum and guarding the woods and learning the trade there. Okay, I'm applying it. on the job at Saint Gaudens and here and in some of the other Corner Gardens. I see so. One of my favorite parts of the book, besides all those big leafed plants in that was seventy foot, long border or something. It's just magnificent. Is that you make a list in the book that I find especially helpful I think you call it guiding principles and and I know this was after the fact because you started making the garden in nearly thirty years ago or twenty years ago, and you wrote the book just recently, but but it's good for those of US making Gardener Getting Ready to find tuna. Revise our gardens to think about guiding principle so is this something like this sort of self assessment? What do I really care about? Is this something you do with clients when you first visit there places? If the let me get away with it, yes! And, sometimes, sometimes more successfully than than others. Yeah I don't have a form. That I had a a client, but I I WANNA. I as a designer WANNA be able to understand the context. The built context, the living context the landscape context. And the social context as well as how the Oman Gardner is going to use the US the space use the garden, and what their what their goals
"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.
Britain poised to hit two months without power from coal plants
"The UK is moving away from coal India CBS's Vicki Barker reports coal as a power source may soon be a thing of the past there the move from coal part of a plan to make Britain virtually carbon neutral by twenty fifty listen to the head of Drax Britain's biggest power plants rear drive decided that coal is no longer the future will Gardner says the plant is now mostly fueled by eco friendly with pallets from the US results we've reduced our CO two emissions for more than twenty million times a year to almost zero Richard does still use lots of one fossil fuel natural gas but solar wind and other renewables now supply one third of Britain's energy needs and the last coal fired plants are expected to close here within five
Early June: You Can Still Plant
"I would like to say, is that for most people in most parts of this country? Early June is not too late to plant. Now there may be some areas you know in the Florida, you know Texas where it's very hot already. Even in those areas you can probably put in some of those heat, loving plants, tomatoes, eggplants that stuff. Yeah, yeah, but in most parts of the country you can still be planting in early June, and frankly through most of June and it. You can still plant some things from seed so if you haven't yet. Yet put in seeds for your summer squash or your cucumbers or your beans get them in the ground now the warmer soil temperatures will mean that those things will be right out of the ground and up and running, and we'll just catch up. You'll be amazed at how quickly they catch up and other things like the Salads and the Rubella and crops like carrots and radishes by all means plant though seats so are you saying that the warmer soil temperatures will shorten the germination time on those seeds? Yes, yes, though the warmer the soil, the shorter. Shorter Germination time for most plants you can plant a lettuce seed in April in it might take two to three weeks to germinate that same lettuce seed in May might take a week to germinate, and that led a seed in June will be up and three days. Well, that's great especially. If you're an impatient, Gardner like me now I wish I hadn't planted my lettuce seeds. Already because I'm going out there every morning and I'm looking and I'm like where are you? Where are you come on, show your face. Okay, that's good to know it is. Is Not, too. I think a lot of people do think if they haven't already started their seeds by June that they've missed the boat and I'm glad to know that that's not the case that's right and in terms of planting from plants, you know it is a little late to start a tomato from seed right in the ground, but you can certainly plant tomato plants and eggplant plants and pepper plants now so it's not too late to get those in the ground implant form if your garden centers still have them or if you have had them. By your kitchen window, or or in a place you are feeling more and more guilty that you have put them in the ground that happens to a lot of us. Don't feel guilty. Just get them in the ground. I have a friend in Wisconsin and so he's like zone four and he posted the other day on facebook. Because other people are saying Oh. Yeah, there. These are tomatoes. Got Them Ready I'm going to put him outside and he's like. Don't do it. We're going to get some more frost up here and he. He really is a hardcore about this, and he said he said. Said I don't want the earliest tomatoes I want the most tomatoes, so he waits, and he puts his tomato plants out later, because then they are more vigorous, and they do produce better because those soil temperatures are warmer, so take a lesson from that it's not just a matter of last frost date that's deceiving without testing the temperature of your soil with the soil thermometer. You can get a good idea of soil temperature by what your nighttime temperatures are, and if the nighttime temperatures in your area are going below fifty at night, then the soil is too cold for those warm weather crops. But once you can look at that long range forecast in you see that the nighttime temperatures are reliably above fifty for the next seven to ten days. That's a sign you can plant, and for some regions like northern Vermont to and Cape. Cod and northern Wisconsin that fifty degree at night often doesn't come until into June well I. think that's the perfect takeaway and we should end it right here. I did not know that about nighttime temperatures, being reflective of soil temperatures, and I would say to all of our burgeoning vegetable growers there. That's the most important takeaway from this
2 Atlanta officers fired after video shows college students pulled
"Happening mayor Keisha lance bottoms is announcing quick consequences for officers involved in excessive force incident while arresting two college students over the weekend a review of that footage chief shields and I have made the determination that two of the officers involved in the incident last night will be terminated immediately they're identified as ivory street in mark Gardner three other officers involved in the incident are on desk duty while further investigation continues video of the incident showed officers used a taser on to students as they sat in their vehicle and officers then drag them out of
Summoning the Courage to Change the Power Structure
"So. Gardner has welcome to Latino rebels radio. I. Thank you so much for having. So I have a lot to talk to you about and I know we are going to talk about covert and incarceration and health but. Obviously this week I think the entire nation was shook with what has happened in Minneapolis and I and I just wanted to get your thoughts about the death of George, Floyd or how? Trauma and how outrage actually? I WANT WANNA. Get your two takes like how you. How do you feel like looking being in a someone? This week in the middle of Pandemic when this is happening, but also just like the health implications of constant trauma, and I just had a really I'm from privilege, and I'm having problems with this, so I'm going to get your thoughts i. Yeah. We're in the same boat I. Today's my first day as President at Marguerite Casey Foundation. Got The right day. And I feel and. On. The one hand really devastated not only. Because of the murder of George. Floyd also because of the murder of Brianna Taylor, because I'm not of Tony mcdaid that. We are living in witnessing. Sort of the constant assassination of black people. By a state that does not value their lives and I'm really torn up about it I on the one side I feel. Like my sector, like philanthropy is often at the edges on not willing to be abolitionist, not willing to call on not only police accountability, imagining supporting organizers in leaders in our communities to imagine a world where detention and incarceration and policing aren't the only ways that we resolve the issues that we have with each other. and on the other side you know we really quickly as an institution, we put out. Six hundred thousand dollars to leading black led organizations in Tallahassee in Minneapolis. In Louisville. That are at the front lines, both of the abolition, the fight for abolition and and to try to address the issues that are happening today, and so the health consequences for all of our families for all of us is a extreme like. How can we imagine a different world a different future where being killed every day when brothers and sisters are being killed everyday when our aunts and uncles in MOMS and dads are held in detention and put into prison when our political leaders are. Corporate leaders are nonprofit leaders Fine the courage to actually step up and say we deserve better. Our families deserve better. Yeah, I'm devastated Julio. Frenk I I'm really glad you. I wanted to ask you that question and I. Really I really appreciate you like putting it in the context of what you do because I do think. In this world sometimes we're taught to you know. We can only stay in one lane, or and I think you know even me as a journalist like. I've struggled this week. And in the context of like Cohen teen in the context of what you wanted to talk about as well which I also think you know. It's funny because we just published on Friday. Three letters from migrant detainees inside of a immigration jail in Illinois. That, twenty, trans queer weblog reached out and we. We published their words. He's people are saying these conditions. You know I am worried I am. I'm not getting any help. I'm being dehumanized and we just decide well. These these letters came out so there's a risk because you're like they WANNA come out in public, but then when you come in public, it's like. It's a criminalized system. People are speaking out. Talk to me how this is interconnected in the in the work that you do because you're like the reason why we wanted to talk about what you're saying you. You mentioned abolitionist them. You've mentioned. Detention jails, and how this is how society is just not getting it especially now, especially during covert so. How do you begin to connect it all? Yeah, you know philanthropy is really weird, and on the one side I am clear that philanthropy isn't. Better of a functioning democracy and are robust and fare economy right that philanthropy exists mostly because he's our tax dollars that are not. That are awarded. And rich people, and then they're rich institutions get to be the arbiters of who is deserving of resources in a moment. What ideas are deserving of being lifted up? What leaders should be resourced, right? I. I I am clear that I'm like in A. that. I'm holding contradiction right that I believe in a functioning stage with the safety net that taxes are most. Wealthy at the benefit of all of us and I work at an institution that as as been created because of these failures and. I think that. Many of my peers in philanthropy have given up. The ability to actually contest for power to use these positions and the resources that we have Julio. We are one institution right? We have seven hundred over seven hundred million dollars in an endowment. That we get to us not only to try to supplant government or take the place of government, not only to create a band aid on the cancer that our communities are facing. We can use these resources to support leaders organizations to start to create evidence that our families can be more powerful to start to create evidence that our government can actually for us that it could be more responsive than it can look like us. That I can talk and feel like us. We can create evidence that our economy doesn't have to work only at the expense of our most vulnerable workers right. And many I think many of my peers don't see that
Remembering Fallen Plants with Ken Druse A Way to Garden With Margaret Roach June 1, 2020
"In your introduction you were talking about just turquoise labels yeah there's so many labels and I mean I can't even I can't even talk about it. I mean think and plant delights for example. Yes I think that. Half of the herbaceous plants I've planted or more have died. I have one oriental. Poppy and I've probably tried to grow. I duNno seven. Ten Oriental poppies out. And you know in those days. We were so intrigued with the latest thing the newest thing the untried and true thing so a lot of the things that we lost were not really weren't going to be good garden plants but some of them were right along and some of them just weren't tested yet in our areas and so on and so forth but we gave it ago we stretched. We pushed the limits and gave it a go. Think of we had that money back but we had the experience. We got the memories Hon. I remember going to the garden of John Kerry who who died recently crate gardener in Texas and His Garden Spin Open to the public for many many years. And it was called Pecker Wood. And now it's called the John Ferry Garden in honor of him and in one bed they had plants in this one area of this one bad things quite prominent but there were this. There was this aggregation of labels all stuck in the ground. Like soldiers tight together. You know like a pin cushion but giant right and it was hilarious and it was all the plants that were gone It was the memory of those plants. It was a graveyard mouse graveyard. Yeah the white labels all lined up look like tombstones. So let's talk about some of them. Actually you know what should I do poetic reading since we've already had some music so? I do a poetic. Reading is if if this is my favorite poem. I think ever it is. And it's by the Great. Jeffrey be Charlesworth. Also Sadly departed a great gardener garden. Quite near mind that I visited. I was lucky enough to visit. He was a leader in the North American Rock Gardens Society. Did you ever meet him? Yes I did wonderful. Yeah so he wrote this. This poem called. Why did my plant die? You're already laughing trod on it. Yeah so here's how it goes. You walked to close. You tried on it. You dropped a piece of sod on it. You hold it down you weeded it. You planted it the wrong way up. You grew it in a Yogurt Cup but you forgot to make a whole. The soggy compost took its toll. September storm November drought. It heaved in March. The roots popped out you watered. With urbicide you scattered bonemeal and wide attracting local omnivores who eight-year plant and stayed for more. She left it. Baking in the Sun while you departed at a run to find a spade perhaps a trowel. Meanwhile the plant threw in the towel. You planted it with crown. Too High. The soil washed off. That explains why to High Ph at hated line. Elastic needs a gentler climb. He left the root ball wrapped in plastic. You broke the routes. They're not elastic. You Walk to close you try to get you dropped a piece of sod on it. You splash the plant with more oil. You should do something to your soil too rich to poor such wretched health. Your Silas Clay. Soil is filth. Your plant was eaten by a slug. The growing point contained a bug. These aphids are controlled by aunts. Who Milk the juice. It kills the plants in early spring your gardens mud. You walked around. That's not much good with heat and light. You hurried it. You worry that you buried it. The poor plant missed the mountain air. No heat no summer mugs up there you over fed it ten ten ten forgot to water it again. You hit it sharply with the hose. You used a hand without arose. Perhaps you sprinkled from above. You should have talked to it with love. The nursery mailed it without roots. You killed it with those gardening boots you walked to close you trod on it. You dropped a piece of sod on it. I'm crying. I just love him. I just loved him and his books. Were the opinionated Gardner. Was that what his greatest book was. That was the name of it. You mentioned Rock Garden. Rock gardeners are really they? They like to be punished. They tried artists plants of all they have a high hardest group plants from seed. And yes. Oh My Gosh. I can't even keep Diana's alive more than one year right. Yeah yeah so so okay so. Let's yeah plant slightly over there Hon. No I was thinking about over the years. It's hard to remember because they're not here right. And so you know you're looking. You think what I but I was thinking and I remember. I had a collection of Oak Leaf. Hydrangea and my favorite. Was snowflake semi double double really and it was about six feet tall. And I discovered after hurricane Irene. That hydrangea corker Is Flood intolerant? I lost them all. Oh and just recently. I got a text from my friend. Heidi and it had a photograph of something blooming in it and it was my favorite Siberian Iris. Which is a kind of short one. Among summer sky from nine hundred thirty five and I had that plan for about forty years but when I planted here it got a little shady better also got four and I lost it and the thing about that is if you don't plants and it was hard for me. I got that from someone in from an old garden because it's not easy to well now it's a little easier to find that it wasn't then it all it sky blue and white just beautiful and now. I can get it back because I shared that plant. I was thinking about arose that grew for many years. It's a rambler kind of purple colored. Rambler you'll Shin Blau. I believe you say V. E. L. C. H. E. N. B. L. A. You may be awesome. Yeah and and he just it was just that and I can just see the place I mean I could see out the window the place where it stood all those years where grew all those years and I think I don't even know what I don't even know if I remember what befell it you know but I keep wondering like with your IRA why don't I have it again. Why didn't I replace it right away? says it was just so beautiful. It was a a feature in the flower garden at Wave Hill. That was the first place I had seen it in New York City and so I had gotten it because I was so enchanted by it there. So that's a plant. I don't know if I killed it. I don't I'M NOT GONNA
Eliza Ann Gardner born - May 28, 1831
"Podcast. The stain history class is production of iheartradio pay. I'm eaves and welcome to this day in history class. A podcast where we bring you a little slice of history every day. I hope you all are still faring. Well I am faring. Well I am still in my closet. Everything is going great and I am so happy to still be bringing you all episodes with that fit on with the show. Today is may twenty eighth at twenty twenty? The Day was may twenty eighth eighteen. Thirty one abolitionist and religious leader Elisa. An was born in new. York Gardner is remembered for founding the Missionary Society of the African Methodist Episcopal Church. Garner's family likely became involved in the Ame Zion Church when they lived in New York but when Elisa was young the family moved to Boston where Elisa was raised anti slavery circles in Boston. Her father became a ship contractor. The family lived in the mainly Black West. End Neighborhood in their home was a stop on the underground railroad. A network of routes and locations that enslaved people used to escape to free state in Canada because of this to us acquainted with figures like sojourner truth. Harriet Tubman and William Lloyd Garrison. Once you left school. She supported herself through just making and joined church. Abolitionist circles Gardner became a Sunday school teacher and she became Sunday School Superintendent for Boston. She organized the First Zion Missionary Society in New England at her church the society which later became known as the Ladies Home and Foreign Missionary Society raised money to send missionaries to Africa as Black methodists debated women's role in the Church and Missionary Fundraising Gardner weighed in on the question. She said the following at the eighteen eighty four. Amu Zion general conference. I come from old Massachusetts where we have declared that all not only men but women too are created free and equal with certain inalienable rights which men are bound to respect. She went on to say that women would continue to support the church if it's male leaders supported and respected
Advancing intelligent automation: Interview with Chris
"Hello and welcome to the AI. Today podcast I'm your host Kathleen Malk. I'm your host Ronald smells or our guest. Today is Chris Townsend. Who's the area vice president of federal at Uri Path? Hello Chris Thank you so much for joining us on today. Good Morning. Thank you so much for having me. Yeah Welcome Chris. And thanks for joining us. We'd like to start by having you introduce yourself to our listeners. Tell them a little bit about your background and your current role at you. I pass hurt. Thank you I've been back for about eight months now. Joined in September of last year point prior to that I was at semantic where I loved their federal business for about four years on the cybersecurity side of things and prior to that I was at Cisco for about ten years and led their federal healthcare protocol. I'll tell you it's so refreshing. Cybersecurity is section important segment of our business. And what we do with our security you were always talking about. Haywood the bad things that could potentially happen to us in the technology we need to protect ourselves and now joining you I pass. And talking about our and the efficiencies we can gain and how we could make people's lives better by improving their day to day jobs and taking a lot of those mundane work off. Their plate has been really rewarding and very excited to be here great. We'll definitely you know it's kind of interesting. We obviously here today. We we talk a lot about television systems in a and machine learning and of course the role that automation has to play as part of that whole thing as well and it's interesting because we talk. I'll let you mentioned a little bit about cybersecurity. And that's been a hot topic for well over a decade DECA two decades of course but people didn't realize they go out cybersecurity prior to say the beginning of the two thousands. Because we didn't know didn't realize we had all these vulnerabilities in these systems. And now I think people are sort of making the same realization with intelligent systems. Like we have all these processes but like. Oh wait we can make the more intelligent. And this idea of hyper. Automation has gained popularity in recent years. And it's the the idea of combining a bunch of things together because not just about automations. Obviously more but the word hyper is all about so for our listeners. Who may not be familiar with the term hyper automation? Can you explain a little bit about what it is? And what role does robotic process automation and other forms of automation. Artificial intelligence have to do with hyper automation. And of course the relationship to kind of what you're seeing and your customers absolutely and I love the parallel use the evolution of cybersecurity. Nearly two thousand. GonNa everyone was I connected to the Internet needed to protect their systems. And how that evolved to what is today and and the importance of it. I think we're really on the cusp of that right now. With artificial intelligence in our PA the evolution of how to use technology and apply if you look at the productivity of worker you know back to the industrial revolution over the last one hundred twenty years productivity is consistently increase over that time. And you know it was pretty dramatic in the beginning of the nineteen hundreds when we had assembly lines and more mechanization and an industry that really propelled that productivity when we moved into the I T H and of course introduction ubiquity ubiquity of it really accelerated the productivity of workers as. Well now we're seeing is. Productivity is increasing at a decreasing rate. That's flattening out. And the reason for that is we have all this great technology just providing a tremendous information and we're leaving it to employees now to sort through all that information aggregate collect analyze and it's really impacting our ability to be productive so the value of our PA and AI is to outsource that work were to shift that work of collecting aggregating and analyzing that data to robots to automation into A. So we're also seeing which is driving the shift to hyper automation. And the move to hyper. Automation is really putting. Rpa as the core of this evolution. And how we'RE APPROACHING AUTOMATION IN THE APPLICATION OF AI to improve productivity to offload this low value work so hyper automation in a nutshell aggravates. A lot of these technology capabilities across whether it's cloud. Hey I or PA other tools and systems to really accelerate productivity and accelerate the use of our PA. And if you look at the Gardner Studies Garces the top ten technology trends in twenty twenty. Move to hyper automation. And we're GONNA see a thirty percent. Operational cost reduction and the next two to five years as a result in sight broader mason.
Brian May reveals he was ‘very near death’ after experiencing ‘small heart attack’ earlier this month
"After admitting to shredding his box muscles while gardening Brian may Brian may said well usually you must be a very ferocious Gardner because not only did he shred his buttocks muscles while gardening he he also had a heart attack in this instance yeah I so yeah he has revealed the inner further details of an incident that led to a small heart attack and the discovery of three blocked arteries that left the guitarist the queen guitarist very near death in a series of posts on his Instagram account the seventy two year old said that a week after it was a week after you've been sent home from sustaining his gardening injury the one who has bought ox he was still in such agony that he wanted to jump at some points I don't he was re admitted to hospital for an MRI and that discovered severely compressed sciatic nerve the product he concluded a fifty years as a guitarist hi anyway small heart attack he's he's going to stop garden
Page Gardner, Founder & President of the Voter Participation Center
"I'm Jim Taylor skinner. And this is the electorate on this episode. I have a conversation with page Gardner. The founder and president of the voter participation center the Voter Participation Center has helped over four point. Six million voters register and get to the polls and page card was a pioneer and identifying key voting bloc. She was one of the first to recognize unmarried. Women as a key political population one with significant and impactful political power. He's Gardner and I discussed what's called the marriage gap. That's the gap between unmarried women and married women in relation to their registration habits and voting behaviors. We also discussed this in the context of the corona virus outbreak. Given that unmarried women generally have less financial stability when compared to married women so without further. Ado here's my conversation with page partner Gardiner. Welcome to the PODCAST. Thank you very much great to be here so I was looking at your numbers. And since two thousand and three voter participation center you've helped around four and a half million voters registered to vote and get to the polls which is a massive amount of people millions and millions of people. And that's that's really incredibly impressive. But I'm just curious you know two thousand three. It feels like a lifetime ago and it wasn't but it feels like a lifetime ago and I don't think that voter suppression or voter issues for mainstream. Then what encouraged you to get into those costs to become interested in you know registering voters? So it's interesting that you bring that up. We have helped over point. Six million people applied to be registered to vote and hundreds of millions of people. Turn out but just sort of tripping down memory lane in two thousand I looked at the election of Gore versus Bush and noticed the difference between married and unmarried women in terms of how they voted and their share of the electorate and unmarried women. Married women voted very very differently with unmarried women voting for Gore in married women voting for Bush and I wondered about that and the share of the electorate of unmarried women was really really small in terms of their strength in numbers in terms of the voting eligible population. So that leads to lots and lots of research and the key question was was this sort of a just an observation or was there causality in marital status in other words does marital status determine whether or not you register and whether or not you vote. And after years of research and looking at things like articles from Census Bureau scholars to doing our own research it turns out that marital status along with age and race are key determinants of whether or not you register and whether or not you vote so then. The question became if unmarried. Women are unregistered and higher numbers than they should be. How do you reach them? So then what we did at the voter. Participation Center was pioneer mail based voter registration targeting particular demographic all across the country and that was really a revolutionary. We created for the first time the first list of unregistered people in this country. Because as you know no state keeps a list of its unregistered citizens so we had to create a list of unregistered unmarried women. Nail THEM VOTER REGISTRATION APPLICATION. And then make sure that voter registration application got sent to the appropriate elections official. We did that after a number of years. And then it turned out that this process was successful with other underrepresented demographics persons of Color and young people. So that is how our program's evolved to include what we call the rising American electric which is unmarried women persons of Color and young people who are now sixty four percent of the entire voting eligible population in the country today. More than a hundred and fifty million people yet. They're underrepresented in terms of their registration rates. And they do not vote and they are not as large as share in. The electorate would suggest that they could be while. That's incredible actually had no idea that before voter participation that there was no way or no one was tracking unregistered voters. And now I'm curious. How did you do that? How did you track now? Who was not registered? Well after many many years and what we have done is refined a system where we match a voter file from state to a list of commercial data and then we delete the names of people or addresses that do not appear on the voter file and then we go through about twenty five other steps to insure the quality of the data. And after having done that we then mail out a voter registration application form that then. The person fills out and sends back to the appropriate election. Official
Should I Get My Soil Tested?
"If your garden is gorgeous and perfect and you have no problems. Would you need to get a soil test done? I would say it might be good just for your curiosity but I recognize that it does come at a cost. You know it can cost anywhere from around twenty bucks twenty five dollars to have the soil tested so no if your soil kind of goes under the. If it ain't broke don't fix that's exactly. Yeah because I'm in New York. The soil tests were considerably more than twenty or twenty five but it was more like the fifty dollar range so I would always say and this is what I've always done. If if it ain't broke don't fix it if you if you notice. Your plants are not growing the way you think you should. There's some indication that that there's a problem either they're not flowering or the foliage is sickly yellow. Or then. I would do it but I would say soil test before you actually try to do anything to improve your soil because as you mentioned you can't know what the problem is. You're just be a shot in the dark. The one exception that I would say to. If it ain't broke don't fix. It would be annual selling. And that's because yes annuals have short season to do their thing. Most of them are nitrogen hogs they bloom at the end of new growth. And what stimulates new growth nitrogen? So for your annuals you would be better off. Fertilizing regularly or using time release fertilizer or a mix of time release and Inorganic Product. That has a higher rate of nitrogen in it. I I know that all of the horticultural universities who do testing on things like how annuals grow best. They see that they grow better with fertilizer. And that's been my experience as well so and that brings up another question. I agree annuals. Do need that fertilization. Because they have a short amount of time to grow. Produce Flowers set seed. That's it that's their job and they need a lot of nutrition. But what if you have annuals planted in the same containers the same garden bed as perennials? Or as woody's is that a problem people ask me this all the time. Oh interesting well I guess for things like Rooftop Gardens where you might have a shrub or a perennial in a container with annual. Frankly I would fertilize in that case anyway because these plants are in smaller areas. They're growing in a container right. So yeah I would go ahead and fertilize in a container by disagree. That at this only happens in containers. I think people with small gardens like I have here in Santa Fe have no choice but to Inter plant their annuals with their perennials. The vast acreage you have on Cape Cod offers many more growing opportunities. But I didn't mean to imply that it only happened in containers I okay. I meant to imply that in urban gardens it's more likely to happen. In containers that you've got shrubs and annuals or perennials and annuals mixed together. But I absolutely mix in annuals perennial gardens and around trump's and everything and I've fertilize the area where the annuals are going to be planted and does that excite you know give some nutrients to the perennials absolutely but. I do try and target the fertilizer into the area where the annuals are. Yeah so a little bit of that. Fertilizer may extend into the reach of the perennials and the and the shrubs but the focus is on the annuals right. So it's very possible outside of feeding your animals every year that you might not need to fertilize all your other plants. Every year depending on what? The results of that soil test are absolutely and. I think that we should a pause before we routinely feed things like trees for example. Because we don't want to push growth artificially for tree. We want it to grow as nature intended for them to grow and Unless we know that they are not getting the nutrients that they need. I think we need to err on the side of caution personally. I'm afraid to get a soil test done because I think my soil is so awful. I don't want to know I don't want to know because then I'll be obliged to do something about it. So don't panic. You are not a bad gardner. If you don't fertilize your garden. Every year. The important thing is to find out if you need to fertilize. So if you've got problem areas take soil samples send it into your co op extension office or your local Land Grant University. And they'll tell you if you need to fertilize
Tomato Success with Craig LeHoullier
"You're also like a lot of people this year though you're sort of exploring new territory literally you are but a lot of people. There's been this enormous. I mean I was talking again for that story in. The Times talked to thome stearns of high mowing organic seeds and he was saying they had a three hundred percent increase in Gardner Home Gardener sales this year and some weeks. They were up as much as five times normal week to week. And and so many people gardening garden centers or having bumper business even though with the restrictions and so forth on on on shopping. And so you know you're a little bit of a new gardener too because you're new snow as you're absolutely right and the PRI the perfect timing of our move at a time where you know there are some really real challenges and difficulties with covert. I get to go through and share an experience of what it's like to garden in a new zone in a new area when confronted with New Space. New Decisions to make. So I you know all of us you and I are both and there was many of educators and in garden coaches and people who are trying to inspire new gardeners to stay gardens forever. So I'm hoping that opportunity allows me to share what I'm doing the things that succeed the things that go wrong. I'll be very open about all of it and then learn what. I can about gardening in Hendersonville in my particular yard this year. And we'll make some adjustments next year so I am you know. I've been gardening. Forty years to be able to still be as excited about gardening. Forty years into a hobby is just to me It makes it a very unique cobby. Don't you think and we'll also give people the heads up that you've been doing these really fun which I've been coming to. Instagram lives on Fridays. And sometimes at other times Friday afternoons and you're at NC tomato man on instagram. And you people can like ask you questions the new show us how you're doing things and what stage the plants are out and I mean they can just chime in and say what do I do about this. How do I stay that? What so? Let's talk about some of the things I mean I think in Raleigh you grew in Straw bales and in growing bags that were set on the surface of your very famous driveway. Your driveway driveways right. Yes and where? Where are you growing tomatoes and other things now? Are you growing in daggs in bales? Are you growing in the ground? What are you doing now? So we're we have about a quarter of nacre backyard that is quite sunny and but we have our septic field back there so one of the things I did not rush into is getting a shovel and digging up the soil I learned a lot about container gardening. Straw Bale gardening but will focus mostly in container gardening. And we'll definitely growing. I garden for years and years and years traditional garden. And so you never really forget about that experience. But it's it's a work in progress because I've got. Let's see twenty nine plants planted but another seventy or eighty that needs to get in there and they will probably go into ten gallon. Containers grow bags. You know. Maybe some going container. So it's you're catching me where it's a work in progress and figuring out day by day as I go along. What's the worst thing you ever did to a tomato may? Maybe the worst thing that ever did to to a tomato when it still rewarded me is we do seedling. Sales in the spring and all gardeners have lots of things that you don't sell. Don't get given away get forgotten. They just sit there so I had some sun goals that were at least two months past sales type they were. They were a foot and a half tall of just a stem with maybe a few leaves coming off it and they even. They didn't look very good. So I'd find those and thinking. Oh I've got space for another son Gold and they just bury. It is deep as I can and it leaves out in it produces delicious son go so I guess. The moral of the story is tomatoes. Tough gardeners I think in general especially new gardeners really. Don't WanNa make mistakes and we tend to maybe over care for and baby are plants. And I've learned through the years that tomatoes really do respond well to some tough love along the way. There's very few things that actually will kill them and make them disappear. Some of those things have teeth and But yeah they're very forgiving and You know we'll probably talk through some tips in this in this chat we have about what do you do? What are the things to do to help build in quality from the Front? And what are the things you do over the course of a season to ward off really sad stories and just put a smile on your face at the end of the season. Because you've you've succeeded you've got what you want. You've got delicious tomatoes and on the table in jars in the Freezer. So you just talked about that stretched out spindly overgrown overdue transplant of the Sun. Gold and how you can really deep also up north. We haven't planted because it's been snowing and stuff and even in a lot of other places people quite a bit to the south halfway between you and me or more people have had some frosts recently. It's been really nutty so not to worry. If you haven't planted yet folks I have a friend who even here up north one year. He was so busy with work assignments. He didn't plant tomatoes till July fourth weekend and he had the best rocky ever had but one of the things with an overgrown planners Finley plant like you said is planet really deep because they can make those adventitious roots off the stem right. There are plant. That can do that. So they can. Really root in Super deep not suffocating. It right absolutely and I actually also plant eggplant peppers deeply a As a few friends of call me I tend to be a bit of a rule breaker and yes. I read books and I read blogs but then I kind of put my thinking cap on and I think why can't I try this? And it has helped me to develop some new variations on techniques through the year and You know succeed more often than not. So we'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA plant deep. I plant even a normal six inch. Kind of a seedling. Stout small seedling. That's maybe six weeks or so growing. Muno that I might have grown myself. I plant them deep. Do you take off the lower leaves. Do you create a splash like barrier to get prevents fungal spores from the soil from getting up onto that plant. Like what's your sort of I. How do I put it in the ground? And what am I thinking about? When I'm transplanting? So great question and it's a it's a really wonderful thing for beginners to consider as well because You may you may be looking to garden area. That's been gardened a long time he may be looking at something that you're just digging for the first time yourself. You may have a container. I think it's really good right from the start Your stand we're kind of soil you've got so is it. Does it dream? Is You if you dig a hole in? It rains that rain still there the next day or do you dig a hole in it. Rains and the water gone in five seconds. That tells you if you're to sandy during too quickly you're not retaining water so those roots are always going to be searching or if you've just got so much So much of a barrier to drainage that your roots are literally going to drown the plants. GonNa look like it's dry because it's wilting. But it's actually drowning because it's not getting oxygen so working organic matter and soil and maybe sending the sample off to an extension service just to get an idea if your three main trans n. p. k. nitrogen phosphorus potassium are in good balance At that point on you just dig a nice like you said Various much as the stem as you can or if you dig deep you can dig. How're you can dig diagonal and kind of been the plant in? Berry that stem because of photo tropism the plant grow up right. It may stick out of the ground bent but it will go right up toward the sun. It's almost like a trench and the two thirds of the stem is below. The root ball is at one end. Say at the left and then the most and sort of been the upper part in the upper couples. That's up and then you fill in that trench and your tomato will again. Can you say it will grow up
Just Sitting Around Waiting for the World to End
"We have a really exciting guest today on the podcast. Joshua spotted and our main topic. Today is sustainable living. Not Your job or mine. Do we all get to sit on our butts and do nothing waiting for our unsustainable system to change now. I'm being a little bit snarky about it but I hope that makes my point. You know where I stand don't you? Well I'm Dave Gardner Growth Buster in chief and with me. Today I'm Erica. Areas Co host and Co producer of the growth busters podcasts for cutting edge information about our cultures unsustainable love affair with growth. And what we can do about it. Visit Growth Busters Dot Org so date before we dive into another informative episode of the Gret Busters podcast and before we introduce Joshua ahead and dig into our at box for some listener feedback. Let's do it. We've got a long but very interesting and informed email from Rob Bowman in Oregon and I'm just going to share a little bit of it which it because like I said it's long rob wrote. Hello I just listened to podcast number. Thirty five uncoupling nonsense. That episode was actually called de-coupling nonsense wasn't at Erica. Minor Correction I could send a lot of stuff and I'm in the process of developing a website. But for now you might find this interesting. I call it the fifteen criteria points of genuine meaningful sustainability. What people commonly referred to as sustainability is not truly sustainable. This appoint one. For example people will refer to sustainably harvested. Lumber lumber may be harvested in a manner that is not destructive of forest ecosystems but in order for lumber to be sustainably harvested not only would the chainsaws and logging. Trucks need to be running on something other than fossil fuels but the chainsaws and logging. Trucks would need to be manufactured using something other than fossil fuels when you consider the amount of energy required to make a large metal object like logging truck. It is clear that even Forest Stewardship Council certified. Lumber is far from sustainable. Interesting point number. Two genuine meaningful sustainability is defined by a rigorous set of criteria including but not limited to the use of non-renewable resources and the impossibility of infinite growth on a finite planet point three it therefore follows that achieving genuine meaningful sustainability is a dauntingly complex remote far-flung ideal it will be very difficult to achieve number four as difficult as it may be genuine meaningful sustainability will be achieved because to do anything less is unsustainable whatever. The human family fails to do voluntarily. We will do in voluntarily. It is possible that we will become a sustainable advanced complex civilization on the other hand dust. Blowing in. The wind is sustainable. Point five and this is the last one. I'll share here the longer we wait the longer we procrastinate delay and make excuses more wrenching and traumatic transition to sustainability will be we are squandering precious time and resources presently. We have used up approximately half of our one time. Geological allotment of fossil fuels. The remaining half will be increasingly more expensive and energy intensive to extract. We should be feverishly using the remaining half to construct the post fossil fuel infrastructure that we will need this is especially the case when considering climate change fully preparing for life without fossil fuels could take decades also. It is not at all clear. Just how everything we do with? Fossil fuels can be accomplished with wind solar and biofuels the time to begin that transition is not when fossil fuels are dwindling and the economy is collapsing.
Effects On Coronavirus On People With Disabilities
"The crown of lockdown police say the whole word the coronavirus lockdown and the virus itself present special challenges for people with various kinds of disabilities it may also present some new opportunities such as greater acceptance of working or studying from home but depending on the kind of disability someone has shopping transportation unemployment the ability to get needed healthcare workers to come into your home lots of different things require navigating corona world in new ways with us now to talk about his work and to take calls with your experiences from anyone with any kind of disability is Victor Crowley C. commissioner of the New York City mayor's office for people with disabilities commissioner of police you thanks so much for coming on today welcome to WNYC thank you Brian it's a pleasure to be here would you like to introduce yourself to our listeners a little bit first before we get into people's lives and the issues because I see you've described yourself as a person with a self disclosed disability so would you say how you describe that and then basically what your mission is as commissioner of the people with disabilities office sure I am a person with a disability I am in a wheelchair I was injured in a mountain bicycle accident when I was twenty two years old and it absolutely turn my life around I was a plumber before I was injured and trying to navigate that world and trying to figure out what's next in my life going back to school realizing that education was the key to moving forward to employment was it was important to me and I accepted the disabled world the first through adaptive sports of competing in the Paralympic Games in nineteen ninety eight in Nagano Japan and then eventually working my way through nonprofit organizations and and landing a job with the parts department and eventually is the commissioner of the mayor's office with people with disabilities yeah in twenty twelve so what is our office do you our office is around to ensure that everything the city has to offer is equal to people with disabilities so for looking after our streetscape to ensure that it's acceptable for people disabilities we're looking at our parks department our cultural institutions to ensure that people with disabilities are represented not only in visiting the places but also adds August so we want to make sure that everything the city offers is acceptable to people with disabilities so listeners we'd like to invite anyone with any kind of disability to call in to talk to Victor Crowley C. commissioner of the mayor's office for people with disabilities especially about ways the coronavirus era is changing things for you that's the topic for this call in or anything you think public policy should address in that respect six four six four three five seventy to eighty six four six four three five seventy to eighty help us report this story how was the corona virus you know changing things for you or someone you know with any kind of disability and what could the commissioner's office for people with disabilities stand to know about your experience that may help them have the best city government response six four six four three five seventy to eighty six four six four three five seventy to eighty if you want to talk about yourself or someone you know will help us report the story commissioner office said you might want to talk about how people with disabilities lives are going to change after call of it including how society has changed with work from home and study from home distance learning what are you thinking about those changes in terms of challenges or maybe even opportunities absolutely challenges across the board and all of them but this this certainly presents a unique opportunity to change the way that employment education recreation and health care costs are delivered so if we talk about accommodations in the workplace and as we move forward in diving into what the future of work is going to look like we have to insure that it's acceptable and they have those accommodation for people disabilities it can be anything from a screen reader to changing a person's schedule and the list goes on and what we heard in the past is that we can't work from home because it's it's not doable but since the coronavirus come came and is with us right now everybody's working from home and understanding that it is a possibility is certainly a bright spot for people disability because we've been doing this for so long we've asked for these accommodations and have not necessarily receive that now we are concerned about the us add that second we started a program called NYC at work it's a public private partnership to ensure that we employ people with disabilities now the opportunity is that we can go online we can work but not everyone has access to some of these effective communication devices or computers or cell phones and all that because people disabilities within poverty so we really need to be able to employ people so they can get the resources they need so they can prosper in work remote education we've certainly seen this change department of education has gone from a school based model now to virtually online and a matter of a matter of days and making sure that we provide the effective equipment for people with disabilities disabilities such as iPads and then making sure that our systems are accessible making sure that the E. learning platforms are accessible to people for kids with disabilities I think that that is really important meaning that you can read TD asset they have captioning and that my wife is a physical therapist and right now she is working from home providing physical therapy to some of those kids that actually need it and what is telehealth look like and telehealth is if we hear of everything that happened during the corona virus this is changing the landscape of that but we need access to that equipment to ensure that happens as well but as recreation from whole look like other departments of parks and recreation is put together a video encouraging people to work out if you have a disability and what types of exercise programs you can have this long with the New York road runners club and Achilles track club I mean these are things that are based here in New York and we want to keep people of state active so technology can certainly drive this but being employed as an important part of it Sam in Inglewood you're on W. NYC with Victor Crowley C. from the New York City mayor's office for people with disabilities hi Sam hi thank you so I mean New Jersey I used to work for twenty five plus years in New York City so my question is kind of a a global one we fought very hard here in New Jersey to make sure that the at those are intellectually disabled on the severe and many of whom were ours are in larger facilities the so called developmental centers got tested for covert nineteen as well as all the staff it seems to me and to us looking trying to find data from other states and cities that are those who were disabled particularly particularly severe and are are sitting ducks in a lot of different ways we think the state cared in New Jersey but we still have to push it very very hard to get our folks properly taken care of so I'm just wondering what what if anything you might have to say about how we as a society protect those who were severely disabled particularly intellectually but in other ways too in the in Europe coke at nineteen I'm so glad you brought this up Sam because there's so much focus on nursing homes in particular we know what's been happening there and it's hot horrific but there are other kinds of group living situations that involve people with particular needs and that presumably would also make them vulnerable so commissioner how about that yes very it's it's a big concern and people with disabilities were concerned about this as soon as Copeland had now I've gotten calls from advocates say we to make sure that healthcare but held home health care workers and personal care attendants are essential workers we need to make sure that they're protected and that was a balance at first because we needed to make sure that the front line workers at the hospital had all the protective equipment that they needed to add once we were solid with them we were able to secure a protective equipment for people with disabilities and we were able to take them delivered them to our service providers you therefore sent into healthcare workers and people with disabilities and making sure that that happens because the reality is if health care workers come into a home and get a person with a disability second they flood the hospitals that's a problem so we want to see that so once we were able to you secure protective equipment such as masks and gloves we we've delivered over a hundred thousand of them already and we're continuing to keep a list of that but we don't do this in a bubble right we like to think we know everything but the important part is to be really kidnapped what the disabled community we hold a weekly call so I understand what the concerns are with the community and we have hundreds of people on those calls because we give them updates will will we bring in people from other agencies to talk about the issues that are happening so everyone stays informed along with our website me and make sure the website has all the content on there and it's not just about a website that has information you have to make sure that that the information is accessible to the PDF's of the video to social media all of that is a constant reminder of acceptability because people with disabilities have different needs so it's delivering equipment to the people that need it and it's also making sure that the the way that we deliver things are accessible Gardner in Manhattan you're on W. NYC with commissioner Causey hi Gardner hi there Brian great to be on the call of the you guys are doing the show the segment thanks so I have to read them grow which is the neurological disorder that leads to a lot of like motor and vocal tics as we call them the most well known stereotype is people cursing uncontrollably which actually only about ten percent of people actually do with threats and I'm just curious because you know Mike that currently is a pretty loud throat clearing sniffing which any normal time you know there's a lot of anxiety and other people so I'm not taking the subway or anything right now but I just wonder what the city can be doing to acknowledge disabilities like that they're not as identifiable in public but the keeper could do with a lot of you know hostility which I've been saying basically my whole life in a place like New York you probably need to call in to radio shows more because you haven't done it once during this call but I but but I get it commissioner if you're yeah your point is that if your tech is a lot of throat clearing and people are gonna think you have the virus and you're gonna get stigmatized everywhere you go right oh yeah oh yeah and I felt that my whole life with you know point flu it's just people being worried worried about you know being second there's there's no amount of cover my mouth if you do that you know can can quell the you know the hostility of the negative person unfortunately yeah and you raise the consciousness of people just by saying that commissioner anything to add to that briefly
"gardner" Discussed on From the Top with Host Christopher O'Riley
"Our host pianist. Peter Dugan everyone coming to you from Calderwood Hall at Isabela Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston Massachusetts Isabella. Stewart Gardner was an avid collector of art. In the late Nineteenth Century and early twentieth century she befriended some of the finest painters and musicians of the time and she amassed this huge idiosyncratic and very eclectic art collection which is now what makes this museum in addition to the paintings in the incredible sculpture. They're also artifacts including a cigarette that was road by none other than Yohannes Brahms. I'm still trying to figure out. How big donation. You'd have to make to the museum to convince them to smoke that cigarette but the locals here just really love it for the romantic indoor courtyard which is modeled after these beautiful Venetian Palazzo. It also presents a concert series. And we want to thank the Gardner and Arthur M win and family for making visit here possible now. Today's show skews on the young side even by from the top standards. We have a thirteen year old violinist. Who's been winning competitions here and abroad and we have a twelve year old cellist. Who's going to play popper but also we discovered that he's a composer and he's going to play for us. This beautiful little minuet that when I heard it on Youtube. I thought we need to share that with a larger audience but at the moment we have our oldest performer on today's show coming in at sixteen years old. Wow please welcome from Woodbury New York Caroline Sue Caroline Welcome. I'm so glad that we're starting with a mature August sixteen year old performer. Like yourself what have you got for us..
"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.
"gardner" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Right so billy. There was actually an earthquake that hit south of Cuba. And I don't know if you watch like all the only invade. INSTAGRAM accounts but blinds were moving and condos Out Apparently the Dat rain building not apparently the data ram building Dalen got evacuated. It actually got me scared. I didn't feel the thing even though I'm close to Dade land but it got me scared that if there was like a really strong one our buildings are not at all built for this at all. So I'm wondering if you're okay. If you're paranoid that aftershocks are coming I'm fine. I didn't feel anything I would think that. If our buildings are built to withstand hurricanes they could graceland an earthquake. It's construction it's very different. Constructs earthquake didn't happen here. They're quick happened like hundreds of miles away we just got an aftershock. We didn't even get the aftershock. We just got like the residual effects like it was like two point two on Richter scale because it was seven point. Seven south of Cuba Abba like it traveled all the way up here. WHO's Richter I? It's certainly not the goalie for the Rangers. Our we've earthquake all the time in Los Angeles. I'm I've gotten really used to them. And they shake my house I was GonNa ask you. What is an earthquake few lake? I shouldn't be laughing saying that. It's correct as I did it. Thank you for not trying to equalize our trauma. I live on the side of a hill in the whole house. Shakes the funny thing though is I'm freaking out. Husbands freaking out. Walls are shaking. Lenny doesn't even move. He's like his mom no reflexes com or just playing the character because he's a bully really insecure dog and he wants you to know like hey shake me. I think I thought dogs are supposed to be clued into natural actual disaster. Do anything like. I wasn't with Roma at the time. That's my family. Had Ninety minutes to myself so I got a haircut and then I was doing things again to take ninety minutes to get a haircut. If you're Mike it does also taking into account travel time time. How does this haircut look? Chris can't see he's got a hat on not a good haircut anytime. I'm wearing a hat the day after haircut. No what I really the only day. I don't wear how to somewhere and a hat get full disclosure because I kind of grew my hair out I've I've been always doing the undercut and my skin on my scalp got super dry. And it's irritated and I don't don't want to put people off by like these red marks on my head which is why I'm wearing this hat dory. It'll be healed probably tomorrow I'm flying. You got these you have into big star making moments this weekend. You can't look. You can't have a dry scalp eyeballs on you. Yeah wanted to get my undercut because as as you mentioned Dj those things and it was. It was sort of cool. Because there's a bunch of deejays out there like I'm sharing the stage with diplo. Are you going to wear bask. We've done this every time like I'm not GonNa do anything now. A marshmallow had the other one. Looks like Mickey Mouse Mask. What would it be the question? I wear masks every day when you really think about it. Yeah something I've been ruminating on my near death by by the way big show still. They're talking to whoever was talking to. He looks like a college professor today. How way back to the Nick Mangold is at the? I'm going to grab him after March. Now he's not gonNA come over here. You're a Nikki. Do WanNa try one south Florida sports topic that well did you hear anything about this This drama surrounding The the practice field for the San Francisco Forty niners. You'd say elitist is a huge embarrassment for the University of Miami Jockey so the university yet another one. Actually when it's not even doesn't even make like one hand embarrassment the University of Miami this season but the good thing is in the top ten maybe so the NFL scouted the University of Miami Practice Facility because they assign that facility ability to the champion of whoever was going to win the NFC and turned up in the niners. The niners started touring the facility and realize. Oh my God. We can't play on this. This is not suitable. Someone's one's going to get hurt on the surface. It's curious because I guess they wanted to train on the there's an indoor practice facility which is normal terp but I guess I wanted to be outside on the grass because they're playing on grass and they deemed it unsafe and the University of Miami was like we spent so much money on this field. And it's just the way that we like it and we're not paying for a new field field. So apparently the San Francisco Forty niners through some sort of agreement with the university and perhaps even the city of coral gables are mostly funding a brand new field that was installed at the University of Miami to get it up to NFL standards because Miami's practice field was deemed dangerous. A huge embarrassment for the University of Miami. Yeah as someone who recently survived a near death. I understand teacher how you have to avoid at all costs speaking of dangerous. Billy just notice that Mike Florio is Kinda jacked secretly like. I'm wondering short sleeved shirt. He's doing on purpose today. I didn't have that yeah. Let's he's got some rest you know in a subtle way. He's probably seventy five hundred feet away from us. Seventy five hundred years old. No no but I could see his tries from here he flexing or just natural no no. He's just sitting there tries. He's just sitting there. He's not trying to show off his gun. You think he's putting on a show right now. Is he flexing while he's giving takes that that is. His arm is degree angle. I radio row. You know that. Someone's always watching you. Billy are you going to be a boy. This year I don't know I don't I mean to be honest with you. I was Kinda like snuck into that party. I don't know that that's to help. Sneaky China did make it was a it seemed like a joint Meena Dominique effort. I also. Here's the thing is that so. This is my hometown so have to kind of balance. Like Super Bowl. Oh Fun and like my wife and family life so like I would love for her to come to the party but then it's like to ask for me plus one to a party. I'm not really invited. Needed to to begin with. Also you did so much valuable networking last year. She dragged you down. Can you network with her though. I don't know look. You WanNa see what I brought today. Ed Check US out at breath. Boom discards Boise's let me take a quick story about these business cards billy your Yup business cards last year for the Super Bowl because I said you know what I'm going to Atlanta for the Super Bowl it would be good. You know make contacts handed business card if you know. I'm meeting someone so we can you. You know reconnect guests on the show. Whatever build relationships? These business cards came the day that I left to go to Atlanta after already left so oh I've had a box of a couple sitting here got me send me a picture cannot because do not take a picture that just because that's my cell phone they're not gonNA pull. Don't let your title. I think since I got these but I'm not going going to be picking title now..
"gardner" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Cooked up today go Joe. I don't know if you're where I don't know if I should be telling you this is supposed to come early. which is kind of a big thing if he actually gets here? They will but brought poster boards. And we're going to put a poster board here so stugatz is going to be trying to poach coach guests and it's just going to say Golic and Wingo on-deck circle and he's going to be saying that this is where you have to come before you get on your show. Wow stealing wheeling them for stupidity all but again you're on time. Yeah no it's never going to happen for that reason but I guess I have to go back and be on our show for a second. Sorry I love you. I right from from a production standpoint. Either we need to boost your lower go joe because that was. That was quite a roller because I feel like I can't like I'm low but I don't WanNa be screaming and causing spectacle because we're kind of like in a corner and there's people working there's nothing else going on right now. I think also the weird thing about radio row is the cacophony of voices that leaves kind of flowing around the room. Like we're we're having a normal people conversation in just fifteen feet away. Some guy from Cleveland will be screaming. You'll gotTa Rush Balm's uh-huh you know. Should we just do that. I just I can do that next. Segment Meena and billy yell. They're super bowl. Takes ever been been locked down. You know suffered a setback. Fired left out it happens. It happens a Mike. Bloomberg Middle Class Kid works his way through college. Got.
"gardner" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"It's the shipping shipping container rocking with you on a Wednesday and man. I really wanted to say it's the shipping container wishing that I was I radio row just because manages seems billy's out there. I hear the noises a here radio row behind him. It sounds pretty dead there but I still want to be there billy. How's it going over there? There is nothing nothing going on right now and there's a bunch of like executives and important people around me like sitting feet away from me while I'm doing the local hour which I don't if they know there's a local hour they're probably wondering what I'm doing on the radio and I just WanNa talk low feel like I need to talk louder but again there's nothing going on around me so don't WanNa be yelling and have people look at me and make a spectacle of this whole thing. We were just looking at each other like is even registering on the wave forms. Because you're there no I can hear you but I'm not sure the podcasters can without some heavy post production. So yeah just you know I know oh I know you don't want to cause a scene out there but just maybe normal voice. That's right so I'm not at all envious of billy. This is a this is a a difficult job being out at radio. It's not our our comfort zone. And he's gotTa deal was to God's who's just going to be a dog chasing cars out there And it's it's all the usual hijinks that you would expect with a a radio row including questions about connectivity and all sorts of production production issues that come along with live programming so so it's going to be a bit of a rollercoaster. Why blamed for all that Dan because if it wasn't for him we'd all be out we'd all be out there easy and it'd be set up and we would shop there and we'd go? Yeah you don't have to worry about a delay if everyone's on the same sort of delay but with this setup you have to worry about a delay so we're going to try to a smooth all those things out and make sure the listeners. None the wiser birthday. Yeah I mean every year we sort of freak out and usually ends up working out now granted. Sometimes it results in Sarah Spain talking doing a ten minute monologue token show and Clinton aide to sleep in but usually we dust ourselves selves off and it works out. All my coaches waved at me. Oh there it is that is radio row. Do we do not see go. Joe Regularly enough in to get excited about that. I don't see them regularly enough. I see them. Once in a blue moon I along is a bloom boomer. Once in a blue moon I feel like you saw uh-huh in November. That's three months ago now. I'm surprised that Blue Moon called the beer. Blue Blue Moon called itself Blue Moon because that would mean that maybe people only drink blue moon. Every you know Blue Moon. Sorry to interrupt. I hear like the feedback. Get My headset. It sounds like there's things going on here but there really are no things going on here. I walked by that Fox spaceship today for the first time. You're not kidding about that. Yeah they built an entire building. Looked like yeah the next okay. So Blue Moon's happen monthly is this is this right so I see him. Once in three Blue Moon's it's apparently a blue moon is a second-floor appears in a single month. Yeah we're live doing the local art. Well I guess not lives. It's a podcast here. Are you on say hi to everybody on a headset out. mean is coming around. Yes biggest pig billy guest already sit on any of these on just don't curse. Jeez there's there's a microphone fiddle radio row. Hi Hi how you doing one. Yeah we're not why we know we're on the local hour we're live we're taping but this is all live okay. Yeah how was your day yesterday Saturday. Are you speaking in a soft gentle voice to me on account of my accident. I didn't know if he wanted to reveal that they asked me about it on. Golick the words gun now got meaning got hit by a car yesterday. What yeah no just over here? That means it's not that you got hit by a car. It's just an echo so that we hear okay. I'm fine yeah. I'm planning on using this as an excuse if I'm late for anything this week or if if I get my Super Bowl Paik wrong. Just say I was hit by a car I don't want to steal Dan overseen slender because she might tell the story and she's on the radio ago today but we were standing sitting on the curb and a Tahoe just jumped. It knocked me over at both of you know it knocked me over then. He ran over to the woman who was driving it to get her to stop. It was really clear. We're GONNA get a nice pay day. I'm fine Tahoe. uh-huh just jumped the curb with pedestrians on the sidewalk. When was this? What was this person's reaction to jump in the curb? She was out of sorts. You probably got mad at. Here's not in the right. I don't want to it. Was the pizza place on collins scenes eating a giant piece of pizza. I was watching her. Did you just watch people so I was. I saw that instagram story. Meena that would have been. That's creepy in retrospect could've been my final instagram story. Diana Rossini eating pizza late at night. No it was approximately two PM. Wow really puts things in perspective. You must've been pretty shook right. Yeah I was knocked to the ground by a truck I felt like. Have you ever seen the movie final destination. I felt a little like Devon Sawa in my childhood crush in final destination where he kind of knows he got away with something. Those movies seem horrible to me. Because you're just is watching people die right. I don't I didn't actually watch God. Horror movies isn't it. I would see the previews I'd go to watch movies and it's like I got the gist of it. Yeah it's just watching horrible ways people could die and I'm like what's the story here. What's the story? Life story is survival. It's like okay. Well how does one person it die so does everybody diagnose while you haven't seen the movie no not everybody doesn't usually except like one like the main character actor. Yeah are all that means everyone around you but that means everyone around. He's going to start dying. Sorry about got up have been left. I'm a little shook. Yeah a more appalled by my own lack of quick reflexes Diana she dove out of the they probably laugh to you. It happened real. It was honestly like in slow motion. It felt it felt like we were on point five time I just think podcast now and the car was kind of going in Diana and I were both like renewal as it sort of Corinne towards us. It's funny I've almost been struck by car and I've seen driving Miami. I've seen a person get hit by a car and I've seen a couple others just narrowly escape and everyone has the same initial reaction which is not. Oh I gotta get out of the way. Everyone's initial reaction is freeze. Yeah and then try to get out of the way and it shows that little slight hesitation Haitian that might prove costly. Were you one of those people that just froze O of thousand percent. It's funny use the word hesitation because literally literally right before that I was doing game stuff and I was criticizing the chiefs defense saying that they would hesitate in the face of motion and the irony. Ernie struck me afterwards. That Home Devon Sawa Billy. I am about to spend all week. Criticizing these athletes right for. ooh The chiefs defense is slow and they're not reacting quickly enough whereas I might have the slowest reaction time on earth in Psalm. One looks like a bad boy. James Vanderbeek Doc. Are you looking at D.. Young Devon Devon Sawa. Most famous role is wasn't Stan. Yeah I see that. That's the most famous role. No I think he was. He was Casper. Yeah but I think the kid the stand using video. You see the quarterback in little giants. He was also the quarterback the thing growing up for girls were JT. Girl or Devon Sawa was kind of like jt giants girls. It's like growing up. I was. WHO's a kid from sidekicks Jonathan? No Atlanta's no brandis wasn't died right right no hang hang on. He was dating Tatyana. Ali sweethearts Lee. Jonathan was is it. Jonathon Boyfriend Tatyana. Ali Boyfriend is when I'm googling. Brandis was in seaquest yes it was Jonathan Brandis. Yeah sequester what a show. Didn't they predict like a seaquest was like the highest like the biggest budget show at its time and always would have the NBA on NBC Ledin. And and it had Roy Scheider right. Oh man and they once predicted a I think they predicted a two thousand ten. MARLINS world series once. DSP was at the spin off on our show did they never have a spinoff seaquest. DSP but real heads just called. It seeks cells screaming screaming about horses. Or what have you seen Horny Mazda. At all. He was here yesterday. I have now. He's not here yet. who or how Moscow? He's not here any second he's it's not okay. Oh is that why I got extra time on radio shows. You get extra time they were like. Can you stay in their segment and I was like well what are the light. I was Privy Trivia Privy.
"gardner" Discussed on Cults
"The covens court controversy bullies masterminds mustache trailers for every hero there's a villain the new park has original villains explores the psychological Michael and emotional factors that spawned both real and fictional villains every Friday villains focused on a different real or fictional evil doer four fictional villains you'll delve into the social influences that led to that character's creation for real villains you learn the true story of their dark deeds and Glean what drove them to evil you'll hear episodes on characters like Don Vito Corleone and no country for old man's Anton sugar as well as real life villain like the iceman Richard Kuklinski and the Co ed killer Ed Kemper some are fictional some are real all our villains followed thanks for free on spotify or wherever you get your podcasts or visit podcast dot com slash villains to listen now now back to the story Gerald Gardner the father of Wicca spent the nineteen fifty s and early nineteen sixties courting the public and the press as witches were blamed for everything from murder to declining morals in succeeding years he did all he could to set the record straight for most of his seventies and eighties ironically although Gardner loved the publicity around Waco he was otherwise a private individual he rarely spoke about his personal life or about his wife Dorothea she seemed to have been uninterested in which raft and most likely never joined a coven. It's possible Gardner rarely spoke about his marriage because it contradicted his public persona as a mistake Areas Magical witch and the public love to hear about magic as more people converted to wicca Gardner maintained that he'd saved the religion from dying out and disappearing but it was really himself that he was saving the fame and adoration were enough to fill his gnawing hunger social acceptance almost as he promoted wicca Gardner traveled the world founding covens and giving press statements his journeys weren't solely for PR purposes as a lifelong asthmatic Garner founded the chilly wet winters of England wreaked havoc on his respiratory system besides that leaving the country gave him respite from the constant criticism he faced from the brick it would coven after repeated requests that Gardner be more thoughtful about his press appearances brick it would high priestess Doreen Valiente finally sought to rein him in she proposed a new CIA order featuring proposed rules for the craft including a strict ban on publicly discussing WICCAN. Practice Gardner countered with his own craft laws he claimed there was an ancient document he'd uncovered in his research and it incidentally gave him complete control over the convent and over Doreen worst of all even though WICCA ostensibly preached Gender Equality eighty these new craft laws required that women like Doreen submit to their male superiors like Gardner sociologist your anya lodge noted that cult leaders often imposed strict control over their followers and maeve invent new doctrines or revelations to shutdown questioning or pushback once again gardner was pushing into dangerous moral territory during south team wasn't the first instance of gardeners hypocrisy and sexism while high priestesses were supposed to be the final authorities over their covens he still claimed special hours as wikus original founder he did a good job of giving lip service to feminism but in practice he blocked women from opportunities to exercise is their own power during in particular chafed against gardeners rule that only men had the authority to initiate female witches furthermore women were only allowed to learn spells from male mentors disgusted with the blatant sexism. Doreen abandoned the brick wood coven in nineteen in fifty seven at least that's one version of events some historians believe that Doreen resignation wasn't entirely I'm terry around that same time an unidentified younger more beautiful female which was initiated into brick wood coven the ambitious new summer soon set her sights of a high priestesses seat Doreen was unwilling to give up her well earned authority and power she can threaten to leave the Coven to escape the newcomers politicking and other members including a man named Ned Grove said they'd resign with her soon in an effort to save brick wood from splitting gardner intervened to moderate between the competing witches suddenly he uncovered previously unknown traditional weakened practice which stated the high priestess will gracefully retire in favor the younger woman should the Coven so decide in council in other words Doreen Valiente the founding high priestess was re laced with a younger interloper at the orders of Gerald Gardner a man who was barely involved in the covens day to day operations the most significant challenge Gardner faced that year in nineteen sixty he also lost another important woman in his life. wife of thirty three years. Dorothea passed away Gardner was devastated his grief was so severe his asthma symptoms worse send likely due to stress now he constantly struggled to breathe he lost so much weight he looked skeletal and his friends noticed that he frequently seemed confused he took to travelling even more extensively taking the opportunity to focus full time on the religion Dorothea had never prioritized through a strange twist of fate. The jet-setting Gardner reconnected with a woman named Monique Wilson Around Nineteen Sixty Gardner had been friends with Monique's father when she was growing up but the pair had fallen out of touch over the years as an adult monique was fascinated by witchcraft and wrote a fan letter to the.
"gardner" Discussed on Cults
"Throughout his life Gerald Gardner's chronic cleaness led him to seek out a community where he could belong he finally found what he needed when he joined an ancient Pagan Group practicing a secretive released Chen known as Wicca he was initiated into the new forest coven in nineteen thirty nine when he was fifty five at least that's one version of events some critics believe not wiccan never existed until Gardner made it up entirely along with his claims about the new forest coven what we can't see for sure is that in one thousand nine hundred forty seven Gerald Gardner founded the brick it would coven the world's first ever documented weakened sacked today history the debate whether this was when Gardner invented wicca or if brick it would was a natural outgrowth of the new forest coven in nineteen fifty four Gardner published the secret societies practices in a book called witchcraft today founding the modern wiccan religion he claimed that wiccan membership was declining and he believed that casting a wide net for new blood was the only way to save the ancient practices however given his chronic need for love and social acceptance it's likely that he was just courting fame gardens decision to share these ancient religious secrets with the public proved to be a w edge sword on one hand it connected him with a plethora of willing converts ensuring the religion wouldn't die out due to lack of interest however the members of his own coven objected to gardeners methods and believed he was only interested in fame from his Urchin like boyhood to his lonely adult years Gardner had always been deeply lonely now it seemed that Gardner was filling his need for social acceptance through the press Vanessa's going to take over the psychology from here please note Vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist but she has done a lot of research for this show. thanks Greg Anthropologist David Sloan Wilson wrote that the pursuit of fame might be an outgrowth of a desire to belong to a group a person zest with being accepted wants to be liked by everyone even strangers and publicity is the easiest way to accomplish this gardeners attention seeking likely stemmed from his lifelong deep seated feelings of isolation and all of his public statements were perfectly crafted to garner attention gardner claimed that Wicca had been in continuous practice for thousands of years since well before the first Christian missionaries reached England for centuries in which is practiced their beliefs in secret fearful of religious discrimination and witch-hunts but fear wasn't the only reason that wiccans kept themselves Adan some of Gardner's followers liked this secrecy as it also meant exclusivity when Gardner started talking to the press he spoiled the mystery around witchcraft and some of the original witches especially Doreen Valiente high priestess of the brick wood coven strove to maintain air traditions although he was never formally excommunicated from the new forest coven or the bracket would coven Gardner soon found himself the target of criticism. I'm an exclusion. He overcompensated for the rejection by forming numerous new covens all over the world and publicizing his beliefs whenever possible As Gardner and his initiates founded new covens in Casselton Glasgow and Hartford Scher he ensured each group retain the same core beliefs that he'd I developed at bracket would he wrote a charter detailing these beliefs gardner freely admitted that the oldest record of wiccan practice were lost to compensate for this sparse information he supposedly researched extensively to reverse engineer the ancient and practices but due to this it was hard to discern where the traditional beliefs ended and gardeners additions began social psychologist it's an author Alexandra Stein noted several key ways that cult leaders maintained control one is a concept called total ideology or the leave the leader and only the leader can set doctrine this means that followers are expected to accept teachings as they come from the founder even if they change over time or directly contradict previous pronouncements Gardner was free to alter the new forest covers charter and set new practices that will he was riding the line between religious teacher and cult leader the charter established the WICCAN calendar which was built around eight holy days these were equally spaced throughout the calendar including the shortest and longest days of the year and the equinoxes days that are exactly twelve hours long which is a gender neutral term for all wiccan practitioners were to honor these days with religious Sarum on his but Gardner was quick to point out that holidays were not ideal for the practice of magic he was evasive about the specific ways that spells were asked or what magic could actually accomplish he simply claimed that wiccans were different from traditional depictions of which is who consorted with the devil or brewed potions over bubbling cauldrons instead he implied that magic could be powerful but was often indistinguishable from coincidence or simple cause and effect as he described in his nineteen fifty nine book the meaning of Witchcraft Magic is as I understand it the art of getting results if I make a wax image of a man in the proper manner stick pins into it and tell the man what I'm doing and he I of fright I contend that he died as the result of a magical act wicked involved the worship of both God and a goddess who were equal in power in theory this meant that Gardner's confidence champion the equality of the sexes in practice societal Patriarchy it seemed to color gardeners interactions with a female which is he knew in his writings Gardner claimed that in ancient times before the earliest witches were driven to hiding women lost their virginity during solemn ceremonies the high priest or another man selected by him would have sex with the woman The entire Coven watched Gardner claimed that the woman's partner was often a complete stranger to her the act was meant to symbolize the woman's embolic union with the Coven and with divine powers her sexual awakening was impersonal a tool to serve the needs of the group more so than something personal or private he didn't seem to espouse similar attitudes regarding male sexuality this is consistent with the observation nations of psychologist Alexandra Stein who noted that colts typically treat women's bodies as de sexualize vessels for devotion and disciples chip in this way it's easier for cult leaders to push against women's sexual boundaries and therefore control their behavior this may see I'm like yet another red flag when it comes to gardeners teachings but it's difficult to say whether Gardner followed his own policies regarding anonymous ritual sacks by many accounts Gardner's wife of nearly thirty years Dorothea was never a member of his covens the two maintained a loving monogamous relationship it's impossible to be certain about wiccans sexual ethics thanks to gardeners insistence that specific wiccan practices remain secret although he loved to court Publicity Gardner recognized that his so called which colts had always been secret societies if he revealed all their me stories he'd lose what made Wikus so special so even though he published broad strokes information about weaken beliefs Gardner never to outsiders those oaths were given during initiation ceremonies which Gardner argued were one of the most important elements of Wicca he claimed a person couldn't truly practice the craft without a formal induction only already initiated wiccans had the power to initiate a new member in practice this that meant that every new convert could trace the recruitment lineage back to Gardner he initiated new high priests or priestesses every time he found did a new coven and those which is in turn initiated their followers then the newcomers would rise in the cult until they had the power to induct new members and so forth by establishing himself as the progenitor of all wiccan lineages Gardner made himself the most most important figure in the religion reporter Bows Harrington identified seven signs that differentiate cults from religions one of which was the author to the entire religion he was just a step away from depicting himself as some sort of God not surprisingly when Gardner took his beliefs public spins and accusation against the wiccans began to fly no matter what you believe outlandish claims about witchcraft and satanism sell papers beginning in the nineteen fifties tabloids began reporting on grim and grisly murders and trying to link them to occultist especially wiccans the February nineteen forty-five murder of Charles Walton for example was sensationally dubbed a magical ritual killing numerous papers inaccurately claimed that Walton's death was the latest in a seventy year cycle in which satanic sacrifices were alertly offered on February fourteenth in addition witnesses reported seeing black dogs and other stereotypical signs of black magic back when Walton died gardner inadvertently made the accusations much worse in one thousand nine hundred fifty five interview with the Sunday pictorial he sized that Wicca didn't practice sacrifice or ritual murder unfortunately the reporter took his quotes out of context and published a hit piece about the moral dangers posed by witchcraft. They called Gardner's books Foul Bait which are meant to trick upstanding people into practicing witchcraft.
"gardner" Discussed on Cults
"Hi I'm Poulson and I'm Vanessa Richardson and this is called a podcast original every Tuesday we look at cults practices their leader and their followers you can find all episodes of cults all other podcast originals for free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts to stream counts for free on spotify it just opened the APP and type cults in the search bar at par cast we're grateful for you our listeners you allow us to do what we love let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and Instagram at par cast and twitter at podcast network. Today's episode is part of our series on Halloween where we delve into the fascinating traditions behind the world's scariest holiday if you enjoy this episode of cults be sure to check out the rest of the podcast presents Halloween feed on spot defy. This is our second episode on Gerald Gardner the Father of Wicca last week we explored. How Gardner was initiated into the new forest Coven of witches learn their secrets and then released them to the public or so he claimed this week we'll explore the all out of gardeners decision and the growing pains Wicca went through has transitioned from a small secret society to a global religion? We'll also discuss the way he's that wicked changed and the debates over whether it simply adapted to a changing world or sold out everything that made it special.
"gardner" Discussed on Cults
"Nobody contacted the authorities that late unless they'd stumbled into real serious trouble on the night of February fourteenth nineteen forty five one of those calls came in police were surprised by the Grizzly and mysterious murder of seventy four year old Charles Walton his niece had found his body in a field a pitchfork had been shoved through his throat and a crucifix carved into his chest witness statements left investigators baffled many claim that Walton had been eccentric prone to seeing things that weren't really there he may have even dabbled in witchcraft. Then there was the fact that Walton's body was discovered near an ancient druidic Sarah Monia site known as the roll right stones as strange as it seemed ritual murder appeared to be the best explanation for Charles Walton's death no self respecting police officer whatever release such outlandish details to the public but six years later self proclaimed which Gerald Gardner revealed to England that cultists walked among them the pronouncements seemed to justify the initial suspicions about Walton's death police were never able to solve Charles Walton's homicide but in August of nineteen sixty construction workers on his former property unearthed a pocket watch containing bits of colored glass which local folklore suggested was used in spells this final bit of evidence was enough to close the case in many people's minds witches were real and magic was these deadly.
"gardner" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"With mom it's better that you guys are in alignment and how you discipline and raise the kids then if you're doing <hes> different things and so check your ego open up those lines of communication and congratulations there is no bigger gift that so you can have them being a father yeah very well said i love the message. There's been an honor for me. I gotta say jason gardener. You're a first class father and thank you so much. You give me a few minutes of your time on i father it was a real privilege for you to have me on. Thanks <music> <music> back to wrap things up here on i last fatherhood. I got to give a special. Thank you once again jason gardiner for giving me a few minutes time here that it was such an honor. Please hit me up on twitter guys. Drop me that over on instagram. Let me know what you thought about today's episode. I always loved to read your feedback and that's it. That's going to do it for our first week back here on i i last fatherhood. I want to say thank you to all of you guys out there who have been listening especially. Thank you to all the guests this week. Including sean parnell titus That's going to do it for our first week back here on i i last fatherhood. I want to say thank you to all of you guys out there who have been listening especially. Thank you to all the guests this week. Including sean parnell titus o'neil trent dilfer and of course today eh jason gardener next week five bangers coming at you. Make sure you follow me over on instagram alec underscore lace or at first-class fatherhood the checkout all the upcoming guests announcements announcements hope you guys enjoy your weekend. That's all i got you guys this week on alex lace. You have been listening to first class fatherhood. Please remember guys. We are not babysitters. We our bothers and we're not just fathers. We are first-class bothers. <music> <music> jokes took some time i know.
"gardner" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"Lifts you up and i will invest my time and energy and use that when i am gone enough memories of me will be with you and your heart to keep forever. Stand tall with your shoulders back. This world is yours for the taking and i have a heart at the end. Yeah go ahead yeah. I was gonna say i. I can't say how awesome that is for me to hear. I i have four children myself. I had three boys and then got my girl on on the fourth. Try and it has been just this. The emotional part of the of the switch that has occurred here has been you know a little bit <hes> challenging for me the catch up with and <hes> and and we definitely need more philosophies like yours here on raising our daughters and i think that's very beneficial to everybody that that gets a chance to hear it. Yeah i mean so so when i was really what i'm hoping to do is a wanna set a good example for so that when she she goes in has their own relationships they'll be positive relationships and she's not going to tolerate anybody. <hes> you know treating her uh with disrespecting or incorrectly or or in a harmful manner because that's the example that she's seen me lay out between me and my wife this at it's core. This is about decentralized command where i'm getting. I'm right there. I'm stealing one of <hes> laboring jacko's laws of combat but i want her to make squared away decisions when i'm not around. I want her to be able to take care of herself. I want her to be able to change a toddler. I want her to be able to change the oil if that's what she wants to do and i don't want her to have to be dependent on anyone else and then that will set her up for success excess to be in in the best relationships or whenever she wants to do moving forward as an adult yeah very well said and i and you speak about changes i i actually gave a class at the local library here for the teenagers that were getting their licenses on how to change because it's it's amazing to me how many of the young teenagers that are getting their licensed. I have no idea how to do basic car maintenance so it's just little things like that and i think i speak about a quite a bit on the podcast. We have such a fatherless crisis in our country right now and we see the devastating result result in our society from children that are growing with no father is winless in their life and and so to all those single mothers out air because guys are taking their responsibility and stepping up and helping them out you you can fill this role to you should learn learn how to change a tire and filling that gap 'cause it it it can be done. It needs to be done because like you said the two parent household is becoming <hes> <hes> the exception not the norm or where we're trending in that direction and raising kids is hard. It takes two people yeah. I couldn't agree three more and i know that you you helped so many people now. You're with the echelon franck. You helped so many people in the business world to become leaders. Is it challenging for you to kind of differentiate. A teaching teaching leadership the civilians as opposed to was the sailors and then completely switching to leading your kids all right dad the n._f._l. Season he's in is now upon us and the major.
"gardner" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"Alright. Enjoying now is a first-class father. He is a combat veteran a retired navy seal master chief. He is the recipient of the silver star. Two bronze stars a purple heart and many other awards is a huge honor for me to say jason gardener welcome to first-class fatherhood. Hey thanks for having me all right. Let's start here. How many kids do you haven't haven't how old are they. I've got three kids. <hes> my oldest son is twenty three years old and then i and he's from a previous marriage and i've got an eight year old daughter and a seven year old son. Wow okay very cool. What type of sports activities you got into so well. Let's play basketball and then we're we're really big into the outdoors so horseback riding hunting and fishing and then <hes> why my daughter and my son storm door just kind of coming up into all that <hes> playing some basketball a little bit at school and then <hes> you know we're getting them in anything that they're interested to do we're kind of limited in the scope of sportscenter available because we live in a real rural area but we definitely do horseback riding and camping and fishing and then they they come on hunting. They're gonna start hunting next year. Wow yeah that's very cool all right jason. Please take a minute just to hit my listeners but a little bit about your background and i am a retired seal master chief. I did thirty years to seal team's <music>. I've got nine deployments five of which were combat deployments spanning everything from the first gulf war all the way up to <hes> iraq iraq takes three basically for my career when i was there in two thousand sixteen and seventeen for clearing mozell from <hes> is solar daesh you know getting the islamic state out of there and <hes> now i work for echelon front jaakko and leif wrote those books extreme ownership and <hes> dichotomy leadership and i go around speaking as a leadership consultant to <hes> different organizations right now and so that's what i'm doing since i've retired from the military yeah well. What an incredible career. You've had and thank you for your service of course and how old were you when you first. It became a father jason and had it becoming dad kind of change. Your perspective on life was like i was twenty five when my son was born and you know and you change your perspective because now you're just it's not just you right. You're responsible for somebody else and that's a that's a that's a huge responsibility as anybody who's a father knows but it also comes with a huge amount of reward because i guess experienced things vicariously through them so you know their first time doing anything is so exciting whereas doing whatever it could be whether it's a you know reading a book or or their first time you know go into an amusement amusement park or anything which is kind of gotten boring and old is i. I find that i get to relive the experience there is and it's that aspect of it is super for rewarding yeah very well said and i heard you on jacko's podcast. They're meeting the open letter to your door which i thought and powerful at the same time there what was the genesis of you writing the letter and if you share with us okay so basically i've been thinking for a while had been thinking for a while off about what my general philosophy was on raising my daughter as opposed to raising my sons and really elite i think we've come missed the mark sometimes in in general with how raise little girls and <hes> we wanna raise any kid and so the bottom line is i've come to the conclusion that there really shouldn't be much difference in how you raise your daughter and how how you raise your your sons th they you. You're the end state. Is i want to raise a competent adult right right and i want to raise a competent adult that is not feeling shame happy and fulfilled you know and and can go out there and function on their own and so in in order to do that <hes> there's a lot of things that that i need to step back from as a parent and let them fight those battles on their own and so here's here's what i came up with in and basically i've been thinking about it for for a while.
"gardner" Discussed on Empty Frames
"Welcome back to empty frames. I'm tam here today. The crawlspace studios in worm town with lance. What's up lands i was going to him. It's going well today and land says you know. This is our season to new season finale. What a great way to go out first of all it feels really good to be here yeah in worm town in our little black box and we were joined by the muddy river fact checker ker and he sat in front of the mike and he got into some of the details that that have been sort of irking us a bit about the isabella stewart gardner under museum heist and shirley irking him he has been mentioning these things and <hes> and tweeting about them and we really get into the minute shah here lance of two <hes> moments in particular right. I think we couldn't have done any more than that because getting into the minute you might be putting it lightly the muddy the river fact checker is an extremely detailed individual and we get into the crime scene photo of rick agathe who is duct taped and handcuffed down in the basement of the museum and we go through the details of that photo really pick it apart question why and how for the most part and check out these photos in the show notes we'll try to put them on our social media and such as well but <hes> the photos are really weird it. You see some of the positioning of the duct tape. It's it's sort of weirdly wrapped around his head and then there if you really look into it. There is these things around where he's sitting like a knife. That's odd have a little knife. You've never wear this guy is tied up an open pocket knife. That's just one of the many questions at the muddy river fact checker raises and just to find these answers. I mean we don't really know any of these answers because we haven't spoken to obviously the people who taped them up or to rick abbott so but the questions are raised and it's something that i think if if anybody is interested in the heist will realize that they've had these questions as well. It's just you needed someone to say well. Why is it this this way right and the second second part of this chat with the muddy river fact checker or muddy as we call him <hes> is we go into the minute show once again on the the night before video and this video was recorded though about twenty four hours before the heist took place on march eighteenth nineteen ninety andy and the this is like a security video that happens outside the gardner museum and then you can also see couple of the guards inside the museum zia and again it raises some questions why was released when it was released and what's going on in the video itself and the irony is that we call muddy but he actually does the opposite. He's trying to clear up the the mud. He's trying to clear through the muck. So we really hope you enjoy this conversation. It is as detailed as gets gets. You need to check out the video and the picture and stay tuned to the very end listened to what we talked about. Nothing and stay tuned to the very end. We give an an informal review of the sister podcasts to the garden museum last seen so it's an informal review that you're going to want to hear okay so that's it for season two lance enjoy this conversation and we will see you in.
"gardner" Discussed on Empty Frames
"You know very suspicious basis and not consistent with really it being anybody to think to me that that <hes> ma- makes me question. The larry o'brien account is <hes> that the the visitor just doesn't look like he's that old. He looks like he's like larry. When he's around thirty thirty right and larry o'brien had gray hair the times fifty one because the the visitor doesn't have gray hair you can it's black the video black and white so you're limited a little bit but <hes> it looks. It looks like it is brown or black. Am i wrong in that guy. No no no i agree and also his brother said that this person has wavy hair. There's cow looks his hair and his brother said that's not my brother. He has very flat here. Actually his brother was one of the only people say that's not my brother. That's not larry o'brien yeah well there. Were there were a few there were a couple. A couple of guards said no so there was some. It's a matter of how how hard do you want to <hes> look for people who say it's not him. <hes> okay so this is. I'm on both sides. If this is not larry o'brien this is in my opinion somebody that they at least know because they saw or expected because because they weren't looking at what is perceived to be the monitor and they weren't looking at it for long enough to say to each other who who who is this this cars driving down here in reverse. Oh that's you like. It just looks like they knew who that was right because it could have been anybody right right. I mean i it could have been anybody who's driving down. You know trying to get directions for themselves may be looking at a map or something and then realizing that you know where they had to go and then they leave if you don't get the security guards would have like thought about that and waited to see what that car would have done. The only time you really see any kind of startle reflex in maulvi through all this is when he's i told that i it appears you see the lights of the cars coming back and i imagine that about said here comes a car and then all of a sudden he's sort of in this position of kind of rushing down. He looks like he's rushing. He's very intent and focused on coming down at viewing it on the monitor in my view but what are they doing as as you can see him kind of in the corner and that may be one of the better looks of the visitor <hes>. It looks like his hair is dark. It doesn't look like it's light but looks like it almost like they're flipping through some kind of book or maybe some kind of some kind of change at all right and he walks out. He's got a code. He looks like he's got. A little bit of a bald spot fought on the top of his head. I thought so too but i think that that might be a light. Could it could be reflecting light yeah but you can see abbott's head pretty much the whole time he's balding. He's he's heads bobbing in and i just want to be sure that this isn't like a delivery driver who pulls up and then they're like oh. Hey leave your lights on. If you're gonna park there and he runs back out on he comes back in and then he does the transaction and then he leaves. We'll look is only. It's only six minutes and forty seconds right yeah. There's two minute two minutes and thirty seconds in the middle. That's dead. There's like a minute at the end of no use so you go through through it and you want to say. Let's look at it as look for all the reasons why it's a food delivery guy. Let's look at it. Let's friend and you can go through all the different scenarios. I don't see a food delivery guy. I don't know making change with as little plastic. I looked like he was opening a bag to me. Here's an argument against the food delivery. I feel like if maulvi were to greet of food delivery person then he would have just done the exchange right there at the door and the food delivery person might even not wanna come in because his car's there and then it really doesn't make sense to say oh you turn your lights on the food. Delivery person might say well. I'm only going to be here for like two seconds. I agree that the time of the interaction is the major strike against food for sure yeah because it it looks food. Deliveries are very very quick. They're like less than a minute right. They want to get in and out but if but if he did come in he he would have just put it right on the desk where there's plenty of room to knows who knows what would have happened where we're into speculation yeah but <hes> yeah i agree that the for that reason it it's probably not but also it could be just one artistic guy delivering food to another. It was like oh magoo. We're gonna museum. Look look rondo. All let me see your drawings in any leaves could be good but remember that the greatest data's crime and property crime in the history of the universe hasn't happened yet personally but we do agree on is that right that both both abbott and movie must have known or been aware of this person arriving. It definitely looks like it whether it's like abbott abbott saying oh that's the that's my chinese food delivery guy or that's larry o'brien but their decision to identify and and then let this person didn't make the move to let this person in happened in like four seconds amaury was interviewed by jim brady on the <hes> on on on greater boston on august eleventh like six days after was out and he said that they that nobody said anything about the people being in lead in so not only were they there but rikki bath and joe maulvi never said yeah. We've leading a visitor well probably because it was so common. It sounds like well well. I mean i would think it would be pretty important. Anything unusual happen on your schefter. What's would you know who's been the the probably want to know anyone who had been in the museum for the past week <hes> so and they never mentioned that oh yeah by the way someone came in my buddy but it's really nothing they would probably have the video alternate theory the f._b._i. In moray and such no that it's not larry o'brien he's passed away <hes> they're not gonna get a strong rebuttal from him about that and they know that that person was involved in the heist the next night so they put it out there to see what shakes loose as i mentioned when they originally started needed carmen ortiz wanted to do the social media crowd sourcing it was on after bolger but that doesn't include <hes> being truthful to the public necessarily you don't have to be. There's no crowd sourcing versus crowdsourcing crowdsourcing go shares that strategic in some cases share yeah. I think i'm not sure that the f._b._i. Was really very happy that this was coming out because of the fact that they haven't supported it so i think it might have been an initiative of carmen ortiz and the district took attorney's office with you know the the f._b._i. Grumbling coming along and not really enthusiastic about it of course no one expected them to be exposed on on the empty frames airways season two. That's what we did. We we yell. We lulled to sleep with five episodes having nothing to do with his balladur garner museum hyphen than we'd like whoa what's what's this first of all when this happened it was called in the boston globe that it spurred it quote internet frenzy trying to figure out who this was so there's mass hysteria late. Let this put this video out and then on may twenty third of two thousand seventeen the boston globe did an article about how the the first article about how the reward was being doubled doubled to ten million right and then oh by the way you know twelve paragraphs down. Oh yeah we last week. We called up the the f._b._i. And ask them about what's the deal is with the video and they said they know who it is and it's an audit anyone involved so you had all this big rollout. I mean there's still people who hadn't seen that article. I know mark galas hadn't seen it and they're still wondering like gee. I wonder who that is and and still working at i think they had a responsibility to new announce. We know who it is and maybe share a little bit a few of the details if everything was you know oh it's perfectly fine. It's you know nobody nobody that was involved in the heist simply. A coincidence sounds like to me. You're indicating that the that the globe is somehow. Maybe trying to control the narrative of this well. I don't think they're trying to control the narrative so much as their their access driven and so they're not really challenging or pushing shing back on the talking points that they're getting and i don't think the talking points are one hundred percent <hes> on the level now. There's a reviewer for the globe who reviewed viewed empty frames season one poorly. Let me add and then. He said that he was gonna he's. He's not being favorite favouritism or none of that involved. He said he was going to review last seen based on my recollection. He reviewed empty frames. After episode. One episode one was tim and i kalang with mr k. Who got us involved in this. We did the broad strokes of the heist and we did a sort of a here's what we're going to do. Here's her intentions with the podcast. Anti-bird gave a scathing review of episode one and then went on to say what his intentions were with the boston globe w._b. You you are joint podcast here. The reviewer ty burr says for the record. I wrote this before finding out have wrote the scathing review of empty frames before finding finding out that the globe will be launching its own upcoming podcast on the gardner heist in partnership with w._b._z. When it's available i'll offer my honest opinion of that as well al right so. Why don't you pull up his honest opinion of lassie. Okay let me oh you know what he actually never wrote. One never did okay interesting. That's when someone some people would say that. It's a complete conflict of interest he might we wouldn't say that here at empty frames because that would be taken the low hanging fruit but i've heard that some people think that that's really only a weird conflict of interest on his part. Well look at all the other reviews it. He did for other podcasts yeah just in general well. He clearly listens to a lot of podcasts. I'd be shocked if he didn't listen to last seen anthony maury said on a different podcasts. I don't remember the name of it recently. He said unfortunately there was no new leads or fresh material to work with that came out of people contacting him as a result of the last scene podcast. I don't really see a lot of <hes> information nation. They came out. I can tell you some things that i found very enlightening that came out of empty frames and i'm sure that and i've said this before that komo historians are going to be much more interested in what what <hes> empty frames did than what last seen did because last.
"gardner" Discussed on Empty Frames
"There was another part the crowd sourcing was the and it was kind of more of a defensive component of it was they thought they were going to be getting a lot of questions. Around the twenty fifth anniversary in anticipation anticipation of it they put out a lot of information at that point at the anniversary and also that coincided with kirk lyons master thieves book coming out then a few months after that august that's when they put out this six and a half minute excerpt of the surveillance video from the night before which showed someone coming into the museum after about twenty four hours before the actual heist yeah like almost exactly twenty four hours hours right and <hes> anthony amaury has claimed credit for saying. I said you know i i said to a reporter. Maybe it was a dry run and in but he's he i saw like a book signing and he said he regretted that and he didn't really think that was a fair. Characterization was just sort of speaking off the top of his head. Perhaps because on last seen the podcast last seen about the gardner heist on by w._v._u. Are and the boston globe. Anthony maurice said that he did believe leave that they identified this person and that he wasn't involved in the heist right well. There's been sort of an interesting mysterious kind of aspect aspect of this. Yeah okay so first of all. There has never no one from the f._b._i. Or even anthony amaury has specifically spoken on the record about anything. That's in the video like the car comes down. It looks kind of funny or or any kind of talk. There has been information about what what the contents of the video we are however <hes>. It's been kind of inaccurate <hes> in the boston globe. They said that <hes> that the the guy came in the man can be seen leaving his car after the other guard left well. That's not true. The other guard can be seen viewing the car coming down the road and the car had already parked before the other guard. Joe maulvi left and we know his name is joe maulvi. Thanks to episode four or whatever the one the march galas episode assode. That's the only time the fact that he's that he's been identified. As joe maulvi episode for of empty frame the first i season so that's one of the details that came out. His name is never been mentioned. He's been made into an icon cody zoa. There are a famous artist has done don pictures of the guard standing there mutely not doing anything and <hes> also the boston globe used it for their promo for last seen of the guard standing standing there while he does a lot so does have him standing there. That's what he happens to be doing in the very first frame where you see him but that's not a call yeah. There's a lot going on in the in their including jovi. Yes so you have to really kind of look at the video to see it all because like you said if you look at the first frame or the or the thumbnail in a lot of a lot of cases is of this guy this fellow joe <hes> one of the security control multi right and he's kind of an older fella right and he's standing there and end so that is not the guy who comes in who know pulls his car and it's not the guard that lets him in the other one is rick. Who's also in the <unk> okay so if you go to google in order bang you can type in isabella stewart gardner museum night before video. It'll bring you right to the youtube link so anyone guessing now can go there. You can click on on that link and you can see this video at starts with joe mulvey at the security desk talking over to talking over to rick a bath. The other guard i am rick is kind of out of frame sort of almost underneath the camera but you could see has had on the counter right sort of a cowboy hat yeah yeah as he wore the next night too but <hes> but but now he's wearing. I think color looks. I speculate that is a stage direction that when the visitor comes in he knows where where he is and where areas not on because the outer brim of the hat is the exact spot where you're not on camera so that's another there's all kinds of aspects to the video that you could speculate about about how much intent and what's going on and how choreographed one might hear you say that and say you're being a bit conspiratorial and you're looking into this. A little little too deeply probably looked a little too deeply. It's like one hundred forty seven thousand visits on youtube. I think half of them okay. If you don't deny that i i but i'm being conspiratorial and saying if rick a bath was involved. Maybe there was organized. Efforts going on not being conspiratorial. I mean obviously if he was involved. There is a conspiracy if he wasn't wasn't playing devil's devil's advocate here because i mean he's the only other one in the video like i guess my point is. What is he hiding from the where he naturally stands. They don't wanna record him right right but i i guess your argument might be. He's trying to find where the line is so he can can avoid the next night visitor comes in <hes> he stands mostly kind of in kind of out yeah on that on that right by the hat is yeah so but if he's right by the half if that visitor wants to be out of frame on the security all he has to do is stay to the right of his right of the hat right which but she doesn't really do very successfully but okay now when you're watching the video it it cuts between the inside of the museum right the security desk with the position of the camera hammer aimed towards the door that goes into that little breezeway before you go to the main door outside h._d. Quality wanna say oh. It's high def okay you blu ray quality no grain blu ray but it cuts between that and is it simultaneous footage of the car no on palace road it would come down no oh no it's in sequence so for a while we'll be outside and then we'll show and the and the and the timestamped changes back and forth so it's on contiguous at one point showing you outside and the other point showing you and i think that's important to note because a lot of time is taken when you i see this video to understand what you're watching where you're watching it and you're watching and i was being being sarcastic earlier the the videos in black and white and it's <hes> the resolution isn't great and it is actually even like jumping like an old v._h._s. Tape would and and even the picture kind of benz at points to so really is not a great video. What hasn't been very well-maintained that is true too do so it was lost for years okay. Let's talk about the maintenance of this yeah okay. It was not lost. According to vincent lizzy was head of the boston ah b. i. Office he didn't interview a couple of days after it was released with <hes> <hes> kevin cullen and he said we've known all along about it. We didn't think it was of particular use and we've been aware of it and what's come out is that around two thousand thirteen empty frame says two thousand ten but that's not right as around two thousand thirteen. Oh shit you met last seen said last seen sorry sorry <hes> pulled that robert fisher who was at the u._s. Attorney's office pulled some of the old evidence evidence and he found it. I think there's signs that it may have they might have been some kind of controversy about whether or not to release it but it was not once it was put out. There was really really nothing done to support the video. In terms of giving information like how talk we've determined how tall the person is or other kind of information formation or making sure people like marge galas and other security guards and employees made sure they saw it or you know different things they could have done in support of the <music> of the release of the video was not done at all okay. So what is the first thing is. You're watching this okay that stands out to you as being somewhat well. There's so much it's sort of there's a lot why don't we start from the very beginning okay so it starts out. You don't see anything. There's really not a couple of good points. You see you see joe mova. He starts to go out and then he at the last minute he changes his mind and he goes back and he he's lingering at that seems to be his spot his home base and he starts having a conversation with with the other guard ricky beth and sounds like he's trying to make a point. He's you know gesturing with his hand and he's he's trying to say something kind. Kind of syria is probably about the patriots. Yeah could be could be about anything <hes> so he's making a point and then the next thing looks like there's something in his left hand now. He has a huge hand obviously but <hes> it looks like maybe he has something then all of a sudden he starts striding down in this coincides with the appearance of the car right okay so we'll pause there then abbots on the phone yeah now abbots on the phone okay and and he is looking. They're looking at the monitor. <hes> okay so a note of record here. We just paused at fifty fifty one seconds and it's it actually positive really interesting spot because it looks like it's right in between a jump. We yeah when you said that attic coincides with a car pulling down the road. It's actually a car backing up the wrong way down palace road right to the security going the wrong way one way street in reverse with the headlights off and something else to note rick abbott who looks a lot like that guy from workaholics yeah ah blake work workaholic so rick abbott is is on a phone right now and it does look like they're looking at a monitor right. He might be looking in the same direction. I was thinking maybe he was calling a pager. Possibly because you're this is before cell phones so you have to kind of put yourself in the technology of the time and peyser age technology so he might be signalling to someone through a page okay good good points so what it wasn't was larry o'brien outside in his car on the phone being like hey i'm outside. Can you let me in about the chrome up to the door well. He would have a master key anyway because he he was assistant supervisor so he would need to he he would need a key or even to announce himself. You might not want to announce himself. I guess i was getting into the cell phone thing yeah okay because there were no cellphones right but sahar phone maybe but probably not that was kind of a hoity toity thing back right away goes with a limo but your point about whether as a cell phone or a car phone is is pretty much a moot point after hearing that he had a master key and he probably wouldn't even want them to know because why would he announce as their boss. Why would he announce that. He's coming. I don't know but i i don't think from from what i've heard about the security guard guidelines it was like they they weren't supposed to let anyone in even even larry o'brien if he showed up so they were breaking guidelines all over the place. I think they were allowed..
"gardner" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"That they see in that gardner elsewhere we've been butterfly count on and if you see nothing that's own almost a buddhist depressing but we wonder though if there were none we want to know so we can work out why and when it comes to individuals species youselves albacete people know what's worse than than it would be good if they can reported you'd are you saying how we seen in previous years significant differences between the declines in some species and others oh yes absolutely a species go up and down to an extraordinary degree and the the uh the the four that a common ones perhaps the all the common installed them of small torture show uh the uh peacock butterfly the ring that the metal brown and your see some white butterflies to which we used to call coverage white man bought lots of different kinds of them and so on but good if if the conditions are either good for butterflies or bad for butterflies asthma question is what what then is what what then leads to some species doing better than others that's what we want to know and of course one of the reasons is a part of the problem is is what prompts are available butterflies are very very demanding of the caterpillar's of very very a discriminating about the food the they live all the pump salevaa and everybody knows all use to though anyway that there are a number of flaws which will attract the adult butterfly in great numbers it used to be buttiglione's richer cautious very calm here but then that yeah but but i mean when you so what this leads to is the encouragement of those species of plants that seem to attract particular types of butter vine particularly those types of butterfly then the where the we find a reducing most most keenly is that is that what we're off to.