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"great lakes lake" Discussed on The Garden Question
"What about back pain? You have back pains at any age. As you get older, they seem to come up more often, especially after you do strenuous work in the garden. Some people can put a back brace on and others can. Some of the ways you can alleviate your problem or lessen your problem is don't lift with your back. Don't lean over and lift. Squat down and lift with your legs. Don't lift things above your head or you're going to wreck your shoulder. If you have to put them on a body bench or a workbench, bring it up to about your waist. Take a breath, situate yourself, and then go the rest of the way. When you've got bags of fertilizer or bags of mulch, don't carry them out to the garden. Use a coaster wagon or a garden cart or a wheelbarrow. It's better to pull it than push it. If you're going to use a wheelbarrow, get one with two wheels. It's more stable than one with one wheel. Some people can use back braces too. Elevated beds, raised beds, and containers allow you to sit and work in your garden, which is good for people with back problems. I have a friend ask me one time, she said, do you know what my most used garden tool is? I didn't have a clue what she was going to say. She said hand trucks because she could just slide them up under any bag or a pot or anything and just pull back on it and move it around wherever she wanted to. That's right. I've got one of those and it's great, especially for moving pots around. My conveyance of choice is a coaster wagon. Yeah, they don't even sell coaster wagons anymore, I wonder. They do. Most of them are plastic. They even have folding ones. They're a metal frame and a canvas around the frame. They fold up. Yeah, that way you could transport it around too if you needed to. Real easy. If you want to get a real heavy duty one, you know the ones that garden centers have that have the big wheels and the sides that fold down? I think gardeners supply sells them. Oh yeah, yeah. They're not cheap. Yeah, those would be real handy, I would think. Yeah, they are. No, they're all still constructed in those big tires. They'll last forever. I've got some wheelbarrows I call Yeti wheelbarrows and they've got like these six inch wide wheels on them and the handles on them are probably two inches by two inches and they're oak and they just last forever. Now they're not cheap either, but that's probably not something you'd use at an older age, but there's some tools you can buy and pay the money for them and they're well worth it to go ahead and buy the higher quality tool. Things that people have to look at is how to adapt and one is tend your garden, don't toil in it, work smarter, not harder, and embrace imperfection. Some of the things that you can do if you're digging up perennials because they're over growing their space and dividing them every year or two, next time you dig them up, give all four pieces away. Don't put one back in the hole. Replace them with shrubs or dwarf conifers. Shrubs, they only need a little pruning once a year. Dwarf conifers. I've got two dwarf Norway spruce that I got in 2009 in my backyard. I've never even had to prune them. When I design, I want to understand the space that the plant's going in, length, width, height, and use a plant that's going to fit into that space and let it grow to its natural form and shape and not even prune it unless it's just a snip here or there. But most things I do from a low maintenance standpoint, I think that's a great way to go is just buy plants that don't overgrow their space. Embracing imperfection is important too because so many times we want to have something perfect. We see these gardens like longwood gardens that are trimmed to perfection. Well, they have a staff of people who trim them to perfection. That's not nature's way. If nature were perfect, we wouldn't have to have this conversation, Craig, because we wouldn't be having all these diseases and problems, knees wearing out and backs wearing out. It's the same with plants. When you walk through a forest that the plants are in perfect rows, nature didn't plant them that way. People planted them that way. Nature's seeds germinate wherever they fall. You're in New York and I'm in Georgia. Temperatures can be an issue no matter where you live. What's your advice for dealing with temperature extremes? Well, up here, watering, for example, down there you have to irrigate, don't you, quite often? It depends on what plants you choose. We're in a drought right now and I haven't watered my plants one time, but it's because I've got plants that will work in dry times. We're in an area that has one of the great lakes, Lake Ontario, to the north and to the south, the Finger Lakes. So we got lots of water. It's seldom that we run dry or that we even have advisories. I've had my son connect a hose in the backyard at the beginning of the season because I have a holly that was planted last fall and it was looking a little peaked because we weren't getting much rain. So I was going to water it and the dad was going to water it. The state had an air advisory because of wildfires in the Quebec province whose smoke was coming down here. As I sit where I am now, looking out my window, I couldn't even see the house across the street because the smoke was so thick. So I decided the plant was under warranty and I wasn't, so I didn't go out there and water it. And the next day, we got rains. Today, as of last night, we were something like 6.54 inches over average for this year for rain. That's great. I don't want to leave you under the impression that nobody ever irrigates here because they do, especially as in the turf grasses when we're trying to seek perfection. It goes back to what you were saying earlier. Everybody wants that perfect lawn. But if you allow the lawns, like the warm season grasses, to go dormant that we have here, then they'll bounce right back when it starts raining again. That seeking of perfection is what they do here too. I suggest to people for the occasion when they need the water, get soaker hoses. The ones made of recycled tires and snake them through your beds and mulch over them so you don't even see them. When you have to water, you just turn the spigot on a quarter turn because if you turn it on anymore, it's going to make the hose explode because it's such porous rubber. When you do have to water, prioritize any new trees or shrubs. That should be number one on your list. Number two, perennials. Don't worry about your annuals because you're going to be having to change them out pretty soon anyway. And as for your grass, unless you got lots of money to pay your water bill, let it go brown because it's going to green up when the rain comes back. Let's talk about temperature. How do you handle gardening in the warmer temperatures and the cold temperatures? Garden when it's comfortable for you. If you can't stand 90 degree heat, don't go out and garden in the afternoon. Go in the early morning or the later afternoon when it's starting to cool off. If you're always cold, then you might be better off gardening in the afternoon. Do you garden in your area when it's in the winter or do you just let everything go dormant and not worry about it? Let everything go dormant because last year when it was such an easy winter, I only had my driveway plowed three times and three times is nothing up here. I've always thought of gardening as a marathon. What can a gardener do to increase their fading endurance? I don't think you can stop your fading endurance, but you can live with it. First of all, by doing warm-up exercises before you start and cooling down exercises. If you're under a doctor's care, mention it to the doctor and let them tell you what you can and can't do in the way of exercises. Many of them will refer you to a physical therapist and Medicare will probably cover the physical therapy with a co-pay. The physical therapist, at least it's what happened with me, physical therapist will give you an exercise regimen that you can do at home and that'll help. The other thing is timing out how long you work. Start out your day with the most strenuous work and just work until your 20 minutes or half hour is up. Take your break. When you come back, go to a less strenuous job. Each time you take a break, when you come back, go to an even less strenuous job all through the day. You'll probably be just as productive even though you won't get each job done that day. It runs contrary to what we were taught as kids. Mom and dad said, when you start a job, finish it. Well, I'm saying when you start a job, go on to a less strenuous job after your break and you'll be more productive. And just stretch it out over several days. Okay. Walkers in wheelchairs can become a part of staying mobile. What ideas do you suggest to continue gardening with these mobility challenges? Well, I use a walker and if you have a raised bed with a wide cap board, you can kind of sit on it. But the problem is you're parallel to the side of the board, so you're reaching over to do your gardening work. If you have elevated beds, you can actually sit down and there's a place to put your knees under the bed as you're working. And you can get lightweight tools with expandable extension handles. You can set them to where it needs to be to work in that bed. As far as your garden paths, convert them to smooth, wide paths. They should be at least four feet wide to accommodate a wheelchair or a walker. A good paving is flagstone or bluestone set in concrete so that it's not bumpy. Also, place your steps with gentle inclines. You have visual impairments. When you make those inclines, be sure you have handrails and don't start the handrails just at the top of the incline and at the bottom of the incline. Give the person plenty of notice that the incline is coming, so extend the handrails substantially further in either direction. That's a good idea. Tell us some resources that will help the gardener who has downsized to a small backyard. Yeah, there's a book that I would recommend. It's called The Urban Garden. It's written by Kathy Jentz and Terry Speed. It's called The Urban Garden, but it has literally 101 ideas for small space gardens. It doesn't matter whether that small space garden is in the city or in the suburbs or in boondocks. It's got great ideas in it. I would read that when I was trying to make my decision. Are there specific tools, equipment, or modifications that you make to existing tools for those interested in getting started with adaptive gardening? Your old faithful tool is probably starting to get too heavy in your hands. Shovels, rakes, and hoes, they're being made in new lightweight materials these days. The blades are lightweight metal, but strong metal, and the handles are fiberglass. And if you have arthritic fingers like I do and you have trouble grasping them, we recommend putting foam around them. You can either use foam pipe insulation. The downsize of that is it comes like Henry Ford's Model T in any color you want, long as it's black. There's a slit that goes lengthwise because they have to wrap it around the air conditioning pipes. You have to use duct tape lengthwise to seal the slit and then around the end to hold it onto the handle. When I was giving a presentation, somebody suggested using pool noodles. You just slip right on the handle and you can get same color or contrasting color duct tape and you just have to wrap it around the ends to seal the ends. If you're one of these many gardeners who inadvertently leaves tools out in the garden because you forget them, when they're bright blue and glaze orange and safety green, you're not going to miss them. Take them back to the shed or the garage. Then there are ergonomic trowels and hand rakes, as I mentioned before, tools with extension handles so you can set them at the length that's comfortable for you in your raised or elevated beds. Okay, you've written a book, The Geriatric Gardener. What is it about your book that's going to tell us things that we can't find on the internet? It's actually a compilation and an edited version of my first two years of blogging. You can find it on the internet. You have to scroll way back four years to get to it, put it all together in a logical sequence into six sections and 60 chapters, like how adaptive garden, making important decisions, making less important decisions, adaptive gardening through the seasons, and when outdoor gardening is out of the question. You can open that up to the table of contents and find who you have a question about before you can even boot up your computer. Where's the best place to order your book? We're selling it direct because knowing that senior citizens are on fixed income, I wanted to keep it inexpensive. So the cover price is $14.95. The only place to get it is thegeriatricgardener.wordpress.com. If you go to my blog, at the end of each post, click on the link and that'll take you to our secure website portal for ordering the book. Anything else that you'd like to tell us about the book? Well, the thing I like about the book is it's very experiential. Most of the suggestions I make to you is stuff I've done myself. It gets into not only the three seasons that we actively garden, but into the four seasons of winter. And for the people that you have snow, I have ideas on how to get rid of the snow. First of all, don't shovel and how to negotiate a contract with a driveway plow contractor, how to make sure you get them to do what you want them to do. For example, at my house, my ginkgo tree is on one side of the driveway near the garage. I have a garden of ornamental grasses and black-eyed Susans and flocks and a yucca in the middle of the front yard. On the other side, I had to work hard to get this plow contractor to not push the snow on either side. He couldn't figure out how to do it. Finally, after I explained to him how I wanted it done, go up to the garage, drop the plow, pull it back beyond the gardens, and then push it over to the side. He's gotten it after three years.
"great lakes lake" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Good evening, it's 6 15. I'm Kim shepherd Rick vent size will be back with us tomorrow. We have Kathy O'Shea at the editor's desk and here's what's happening. Three more unknown flying objects shot down by the U.S. Military over the weekend. Brad milky spoke about it with ABC's Mary Alice parks. I think I speak for everyone when I say, what is going on? I'm sorry, we're worried about one balloon, and now we're just shooting these things down, left and right. What's happening? It is absolutely remarkable, Brad, just a pace and frequency here. It is very clear that the U.S. has completely escalated how their policing, the skies. I mean, you outlined it three times. The U.S. Military has shot down unidentified objects. In three days, Friday, Saturday, Sunday. One off the coast of Alaska, kind of the northern tip, basically we're talking about icy Arctic waters. One where they worked with the Canadians, actually in Canadian airspace, shooting it down in the Yukon, and then we're hearing of this latest one, an object that was detected all the way from Montana going over Wisconsin fall up the upper Michigan Peninsula and taken down over the Great Lakes Lake Huron near the Michigan Canadian border. The intelligence community in the military knew about the Chinese balloon about three days before The White House did. And so there's a little bit of we're not going to get fooled again here. Clearly, they are looking at what is going on differently and like you said, they are acting a lot quicker. What are these things? I'm not used to talking about UFOs seriously, but it sounds like we're just being told like unidentified flying objects. What are we talking about? I mean, the real question is we don't know. The Pentagon, The White House, still not confirming it. And that is remarkable when you think about that one that was shot down in Alaska on Friday. They've now had time to get military assets there. I mean, they say that the conditions are really bad. They're talking about snow and sleet and dim conditions. I mean, Arctic conditions. It would not be prudent for me to speculate on the origins of the object at this time. But still, several days now, and they still can't confirm what this was that they shot down. Let alone the other two, no wreckage recovered over the weekend yet that we have updates on. We are at work now, recovering the degree to better understand, certainly the capabilities of the surveillance balloon from the TRC, but also the nature of these unidentified objects. The big question is, could they have been just completely benign? Could they have just been weather balloons up there? Well, because I was going to say either there's a fleet of these things being released recently or this is just stuff that's always up there. But if this stuff is always up there, Mary Alice, are we just not seeing it? Most of the time because that seems like a problem. Yeah, I mean, I do think that we're seeing a lot of frustration for members of Congress that maybe we weren't just looking at the sky as closely enough or paying close enough attention. There's clearly a political aspect to this that after that Chinese by balloon was just so brazen, what across the whole country was so big had all the technology. I think it clearly put The White House, The Pentagon on a high alert. But we're also told there's kind of a technological part of this, too
"great lakes lake" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"O'Shea is at the editor's desk and here's what's happening. Three more unknown flying objects shot down by the U.S. Military over the weekend, spread milky spoke with ABC's Mary Alice parks. What is going on? I'm sorry, we're worried about one balloon, and now we're just shooting these things down, left and right. What's happening? It is absolutely remarkable, Brad, just the pace and frequency here. It is very clear that the U.S. has completely escalated how their policing, the skies. I mean, you outlined it three times. The U.S. Military has shot down unidentified objects. In three days, Friday, Saturday, Sunday. One off the coast of Alaska, kind of the northern tip, basically we're talking about icy Arctic waters. One where they worked with the Canadians actually in Canadian airspace, shooting it down in the Yukon, and then we're hearing of this latest one, an object that was detected all the way from Montana going over Wisconsin upper Michigan Peninsula and taken down over the Great Lakes Lake Huron kind of near the Michigan Canadian border. The intelligence community in the military knew about the Chinese balloon about three days before The White House did. And so there's a little bit of we're not going to get fooled again here. Clearly, they are looking at what is going on differently and like you said, they are acting a lot quicker. What are these things? I'm not used to talking about UFOs seriously, but it sounds like we're just being told like unidentified flying objects. What are we talking about? I mean, the real question is we don't know. The Pentagon, The White House, still not confirming it. And that is remarkable when you think about that one that was shot down in Alaska on Friday. They've now had time to get military assets there. I mean, they say that the conditions are really bad. They're talking about snow and sleet and dim conditions. I mean, Arctic conditions. It would not be prudent for me to speculate on the origins of the object at this time. But still, several days now, and they still can't confirm what this was that they shot down. Let alone the other two, no wreckage recovered over the weekend yet that we have updates on. We are at work now, recovering the degree to better understand, certainly the capabilities of the surveillance balloon from the TRC, but also the nature of these unidentified objects. The big question is, could they have been just completely benign? Could they have just been weather balloons up there? Well, 'cause I was gonna say either there's a fleet of these things being released recently or this is just stuff that's always up there. But if this stuff is always up there, Mary Alice, are we just not seeing it? Most of the time, 'cause that seems like a problem. Yeah, I mean, I do think that we're seeing a lot of frustration for members of Congress that maybe we weren't just looking at the sky as closely enough or paying close enough attention. There's clearly a political aspect to this that after that Chinese 5 balloon was just so brazen, what across the whole country was so big had all the technology. I think it clearly put The White House, The Pentagon on a high alert. But we're also told there's kind
"great lakes lake" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"The voice of the Buccaneers will join us in the bottom. The other talk about the NFC championship game. There's a map out a Super Bowl rooting interest map. Which tells which states Back, which teams And your Buffalo bills are the clear winner is 22 states in America Back the Bills, 10 states back the chief's 10 states back the Buccaneers in eight states. I'm surprised Back the Packers. So the least the American wants is the Packers. The most is the bills. Build and the great the late great Tim Russert, who? Well before there was a John King and a magic wall, and Tim is from Buffalo, and he passed away a number of years ago. He would do it on NBC election night. And he loved the bills. So he would love this map. I think the bills have enough, Tonto get to the Electoral College Standard. John to be voted the president. Of the National Football League. So, Josh Allen, congratulations when you look at it. They're carrying the blue states heavily, and they're also carrying Texas heavily the Chiefs or just in the area of natural justice, Chief Kingdom. They've got the red right in the middle. The one that's interesting. And Jean will join us a little bit. You know, Champa does have the South Eastern Corridor. But then when you get up into the Northeast Tommy country, Vermont is the only state that I think is going buffalo Bill blue everywhere else in New England. All the way up to Maine all the way up to Bangor, Maine, My favorite city in Maine. Yes, it's all it's all pewter. So we got. We got red in the middle of the country. For the pack for the Chiefs. We've got pewter in the Southeast. And all the way up outside of Vermont. We got bills bills are dominating the Great Lake Lake region. And in the Packers Airway up in him to top of the upper peninsula and otherwise, bills are big on the West Coast. Which leads to I think tomorrow I don't want to speak for Holder and his big pole. He is rehabbing from yesterday's eventful day. Yes, but it may simply be And based by this in the whole state of California loves the bills. Is. Which team? Are you? Most rooting for? On Sunday. Which one of these four and one thing we also you know, we went through our list of Great Bay Area quarterbacks and with Aaron Rodgers. Chico is 139 miles away from the Bay Area, But I think it's the way I would look at it would be the A GI the area of dominant influence women television standpoint, if you pop on TV And you want to watch a rerun of Chico and the man in Chico? Are you watching Bay Area television? I think you are right. I stayed there with the man. I forgot about that show. Chico, is that Freddy? Prince Freddie Prince? Come on, check on a man so, but I think like in Fresno in the middle of the state. I think they actually get l. A Which leads to you know, why are the bill so popular? Could it be, possibly because of the The fireballer from Fireball Josh Allen. We haven't included him in the Brady and Rogers Good. I think Fresno's more in the middle of this state. But you know Rogers from Chico, and that's you know, Half a tank of gas away for those of you that have two by fossil fuel anyway, So maybe tomorrow we'll do this in the Bay Area. Which one of the four bills Chiefs bucks pack, are you? Rooting for Would you most like to see Go to Super Bowl 55 big poll tomorrow? Yeah, so I think a lot of people are sympathetic towards the bills and the way they lost Super Bowls would like to see them win. I think by and large Kansas City won it last year. You and I experienced this at the Super Bowl last year. A lot of people because Kansas City hadn't wanted in a long time. And I think you and I discussed this. Felt like if it couldn't be the Niners than Kansas City. Be cool because they have great fans, and they had one in a long time, so they got there, so get them out of the way. I think A lot of people are sick of Brady winning all the time. So that's why you only see it in the Southeast, where he mainly where he is in the Northeast, where he used to be. And then you know Green Bay Aaron Rodgers Great quarterback, but he's only won one. Some people maybe wanted to win, too. But I think the bills would win our poll we'll talk about all right. So we have to add up the 22 states the bills of one and they've gone blue. Will that get us to the required to 70 to be the president of the National Football League? Well, that's pretty dominant. If we win these states would that be enough? Well, they've got 22. Casey has 10 bucks Have 10 Pack has eight. So I mean, we got the biggest. We've got California, New York and Texas. So as far as the Electoral college goes those three big that's a wrap. The Big East. You've got the biggest three. Yeah. And Pennsylvania and Michigan. We got the entire you know all the way around the Great Lakes. They got it all the way covered, right? Yeah, So you get to the Southeast, and then it's pewter country, You know, that's pretty that Z interesting. It's gotta be. It's got to be the sympathy factor, right? What are you, referring to The four in a row? They lost. That's gotta be like people are like OK. You've had a tough time. But I think they represent every man a lot like the president from Wilmington, Delaware. The Buffalo Bills represent everybody. Everybody out there, right? Yeah. Do you love me? Which one of these four do you most want to see? Play in Tampa, the home of Jean Decker off. I would tell you this because I don't want to give away my answer if we run this bowl tomorrow. Not Kansas City. All right, They got theirs. All right. Kansas City. I got enough of that. All right. I've got enough. That's enough. You won last year. That's it. And not Tampa were not written for breaking. This guy wasn't getting away. Both of them, but yeah, So I mean, the Super Bowl. That I I'm hoping for is that James Loft and Super Bowl? Want bills and packers right? The loft in Bills and packers. Yeah. Don't know what if what the networks would want. I think the networks would with the networks on Green Bay or Tampa Bay. They want Aaron Rodgers last top. Spencer's coming out tomorrow from from Andy Reid's Zoom meeting and find out with my homies the concussions. One thing I still see him limping when he walks, even in practice, just running up and back and forth, and the Cardio line. Um They would want Mahomes. You know what they would want. The Rogers rate versus the Patrick Price is what they want, but hell be every commercial. We're getting a fireballer from fireball. That's where it's going. Team Decker. How awful join us coming up. Next, the voice of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will ask him about the NFC Championship game. We have a great foreplay for you today, including one press conference. Saw Robert heard Robert Salas all gas. No break. Wait. 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"great lakes lake" Discussed on Xander & Stone - The Science & Supernatural Podcast
"Was a buzz about what is going on in the water. And so it became this big mystery of of They figured out that one in five ufo sightings actually occur near water or from the water. It's a pretty high percentage when you think about it is much were saying also if you consider how much of the earth covered in water like it might just be that. It's it's very difficult to be far away from water. Like if you're not one of the landlocked states of in like in the middle of like arizona pretty much because there's this uso reports from the great lakes lake michigan and all those places as well and if you're anywhere along the coastline anywhere near water than not to discredit seventy. I guess it's a seventy percent jot there in fairness But but the The government for the most part has an and science has attributed see clouds or haze effect to expert x. Or are they should i list. Alphabetic science science has attributed tweeted to shut up zander stuck on the burning. Their science has attributed to clouds or haze and drones. Obviously we were talking about a little earlier light. Reflections satellites stars folklore and then well an urban mythology and then also this one is the most credible i think of all. The theories is that it's fatigue because a lot of times the sightings for military personnel or from fishermen and they're just exhausted and so it's it's it goes back to the dreaming thing it's waking dream like. They think they saw it but they were. They hadn't slept in twenty two hour. So but okay and all of those show a fatigue and things like that is going to play into but wh why why would they across so many different departments and so many different governments in so many different individuals who have seen in coming forward and saying that they've seen these weird fucking things while the out out at sea or in the sky. Whatever why would they all described them so similarly why would they not be a little bit more like variation in them. Like if you're really fatigued and you're like let's say like on a fucking battleship out in the middle of the ocean somewhere. Why isn't anybody going. Like i thought i saw leprechaun but really i'm just very tired. Why is it always say they see mermaids so there is somebody even those are consistent report so yeah but like monster lucknow munster show but i mean that's not fatigue from like a an in the navy that's just like Scotland drink drunk. Alcoholics actually scotland. Sorry scott sorry. Scotland the list of apologies starts at the beginning of the season to season to the same way we started off season. One apologies to everyone because down your list of judges riding it down. Are you going to writing calling alcoholics. Send this letter she doing. We're gonna ride apology log or just the general public mermaids mermen leprechaun's also not happy anybody who's in the navy and you go go through that list again because there was some things you just to like. What so go through that list again. Because what have you clouds in hayes. Which is difficult. Unless they're saying that is obscuring part of something that someone should have recognized and so the clouds and haze geography was an issue. You do get some very fucking wit cloud formations that like if you looked at them. Look a lot of people say that ufo's further your ap's Have cloaking devices right so that they appear to be either something that they're not like they can disguise themselves as cloud or inside a cloud or that have cloaking devices that makes them invisible and then clouds will form around the mall. Condensation will form around the object and the atmosphere and thus look like a ufo shaped cloud and there are even if you go and look at pictures of table mountain in cape town. Which is where. I'm from our cloud phenomenon where they are and they've they've fucking weird looking. Clouds are these big round circular looking clouds. That even if i saw them i'd be like word. That's a fucking you're like. That is some and it is a year because it's an unidentified floating object in the sky. It's weird sears. A weird fucking cloud but you do get these weird cloud formations that do resemble like Round objects that we would otherwise cole like the shape of the flying saucer the shape of a spacecraft that roundups but there is a natural phenomenon. But you know. I don't know. Can we blame it on komo. Blame it on the clouds. We can blame it on the clouds. I know i'm gonna mark that off the list. I'm gonna. I'm gonna let the science community now that us that guy with the famous physicist neil degrasse tyson phone meal. We're gonna put new phone apologize back to saying that pluto's not a planet fuck you planning waste. I spend a lotta time in school remembering that and the ones that you remember is always pluto. Because it's the last one on the list. It was always the last one right because disney character. And it's a fucking disney character and so now we're going to fund uranus just because that's funny 'cause that's i spigots pronounce dearness still gross no matter which we pronounce break there with moist. And even even if you do pronounce it urine serious conversation. They like even. If it's like a scientific conference i'm showing. They've mentioned the word you're in this. I'm sure looks go around the room where everyone's like because everybody knows and they bring the rain as garin does funny like you. Do i know a guy. South africa who is an actor and his name. I think it's german is urine. And i can never take it seriously. That's made his name anyway. That was difficult to. I asked how to pronounce it and it was what i assumed it would be. You know it's the same thing though with with the unexplained aerial phenomenon. It doesn't really clear anything up when you think about it like to rename it. They it should have been more like we know what it is. We're just not telling you instead of like mean really. They haven't diversified the definition. How much by. I think it's i think they're just trying to distance that pop culture comedy. But it's like it's creating a like creating a divide in the pop culture thing that ufo is synonymous with extraterrestrial visitation to earth. And you a kind. Of like is disruptive it's disruptive acronym it like that. How would you know which one's which you're looking up in the sky. There's a tic tac is that a. uap vote. It is the same thing. That's what i mean. They haven't really solved any true true. That i'm can you write a letter to them until intel rebrand. Dns a hi. How are you to put. The direction is taken. I'm sorry love sandra in stone for all. Oh it's another one for put it in the pile. Experimental drones was their next see. Okay i can be. I can be on board with that one as being an unidentified aerial phenomenon or because we generally. We don't know what those things look. We know what like the little home drones look like and we know what the ones that like. They've made public. But i'm sure governments. Have these like high flying high atmosphere drones that all fancy and take and we don't know what the fuck they looked like yet right.