20 Burst results for "Halden"
Hidcote: Behind glass at the plant shelter
"Here though to talk about the plant shelter. Which is the domain. Where i am sure. Many of my listeners would be heading. I as enthusiasts of plants behind glass. They is far grander. I'm sure than anything that i can offer in my own. My own discard. And how big is the plot shelter in. What kind of things are in there. The plan shelter as off the top of my head about thirty meters boy. Five or six meters. It's made range runs from east to west and it has glass on this southern front but it has a solid war on the back on the northern the northern aspect. Well sounds perfect for so many plants. i bet it's a nice place to retire to Chillier days just fine things go and do the plant shelter for the weather's terrible. It's definitely one that you don't need to draw. Draw zone when when the opportunity presents itself. It's a love space nicely protected but is a particularly interesting sort of structure in itself in that it was designed. I imagine boy johnson himself. He had studied architecture in america before he came here and the front the south front that is laced actually can be removed and so becomes as who came out the garden rooms. It becomes another room in the garden during the summertime because it has that kind of open aspects which we then plant very much on the front and we can bring pulse right to the front of it said that their cascading out into the garden sound school just and is everything in pots or in bed. Is the beds in there as well. Yeah there are some beds. Although i think the foundations of seat to some extent contain those beds. But there's also a lot of pulse helps us with displays in terms and be able to move things around as things sort of off lowering. We're looking their best. What's looking good right now. We're now recording in the start of february. Yeah there's there's not a huge amount. We have done some work in that recently. A one thing that is actually incredibly striking is the halden. Bogia via lacy is just so vivid in its color it's Pending racine purple flowers just over at the moment that they're looking spectacular is not a big plant in bed. Or it's been trained up one of the pillars so Once we get to the summertime in glazed fronts komo fits sort of does a bit of both This evergreen climber that's twenty is way the pillar and we do 'em Holiday cuts on nas jay. So it's it's still making its way back up. The pillar feel like but still looking stunning and as flowering really well. Is that one of the challenges of an environment protected environment like that. I'm thinking back to my rhs level to hear protected environments of the challenge of overprotected environment. That you know things grow so well that you do need to hack them back a bit. I occasionally and get things back under control. Because you've got a limited space you've got to form that this not movable and even though you can take the front off in the summer there's only so much space yes. A number of climates make their way to the top instead of seemed to feel like they'd be better outside but identity then would think that when they get to the cold weather in the winter but things the jasmine which eater has incredible heady sent in the middle of summer is is amazing but was a real tyrant this year because it had gone way over the top of pillows and then it just created this mass which we then found a pigeon nesting in an embarrassing say. Do try and keep things a little bit more in control and we run that balance. All the time johnson was at an incredible plants person and he would have wanted to have filled it with with every innumerable varieties of plants. And we want to do the same but you will say well to be able to call them well and encouraged to grow in in the way that we can look off them so that they're not making Plant health problem than not to the harboring disease. All about or anything like
Apple, Supreme Court And Mark Rifkin discussed on The Vergecast
"Here with Mark Rifkin who's managing partner. Wolf Halden seen in an enjoined by adverts in the senior reporter Mark real quick in apple versus pepper, the case about apps store monopoly pricing. You present pepper your present the class. Just explain who exactly represent sure I represent the plaintiff in the case. Who are? I phone customers who also bought apps for their iphones. But I also represent more importantly, I also represent all the purchasers wherever they may be who who bought iphone apps for their iphones and anytime since since the phone was introduced in two thousand seven so somebody's listening to us right now, they've got an iphone. They bought an apple last week there, theoretically in your class, they are members of the proposed class. That's right. Well, I have this is Mark. This is your lawyer. I'm sure it's a nice Reverend immediate shutter. It's nice to meet everybody. You had a big win this week at the support a decision the composition of the judges on the majority is is very interesting when I talked with that. But effectively the supreme court said you and your your class plaintiffs have standing to sue apple for pricing the app store, can you just sort of explain how we got here. And what that decision means. Sure. There's a there's a long standing principle in in any trust law that only a direct purchaser from an alleged monopolist has standing to sue the defendant for wrongful conduct. And and that was decided in nineteen seventy seven case, cold, Illinois brick. So literally what the supreme court decided yesterday was that under Illinois, brick iphone owners were direct purchasers of apps from apple and. Nice had standing to sue apple for the alleged monopolization of the market for the iphone apps, and Apple's argument in the opposite was basically, no we you don't buy from us at vendors show up. They put apps in the store. We charge them a fee, but you are funny buying apps from the software developer, and that's different court through that apple said that they provided distribution service to the app developers. But that we were really transacting with the app developers on the app store, and the supreme court rejected that argument saying that we shopped on the app store where apple forced us to shop. We paid all the money to apple directly because that's what apple insists and so under any plain language understanding of that transaction we were direct purchasers of iphone apps from apple for most normal people kind of coming into the case all you've gotten to. Is okay. We can sue you. You haven't gotten to apple has a monopoly over the app store or that monopoly is leading to unfor- outcomes. Right. I mean, that's the heart of your case. But you're just at okay, we're allowed to sue you. Correct. What we have right now is we we have a green light to be able to proceed with litigation, but it's an important hurdle because it was the last roadblock that we had to clear before we're able to start with merits discovery. Which is the part of the case where we're going to try to collect evidence from apple to prove our Clint. So there's been a a pretty dramatic shift in tech landscape in how the big tech companies are perceived between then and now certainly two thousand seven, and I was a drastic shift would even two thousand eleven and now that's it's quite a long time the sort of anti-trust activity in interest in big ten companies is going up. You have Elizabeth Warren saying she would break up apple or split them apart from the app store is there anything. Do you see that affecting the case in this moment, I think that as time has gone on? And we've seen especially over the last eight years since we refile the case in two thousand eleven we've seen explosive growth in the app store, and that doesn't just reflect the growth in the popularity of of I phone apps. It also reflects apples iron fisted control over the distribution of the apps. If if you want the plaintiff somebody in our case if you want to put an app on your iphone, you have only one choice, and that's the to shop
"halden" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Does your leads off the royals top of the third any met more working with a one nothing lead. Bottom third of the order dosier model, not oh. And Hamilton first pitch. Fastball. Strike to hunter dosier tiger shift their infield three and field is on the left side. The strike one up in in the last part of the equation. We talked about the effectiveness of Tigers pitchers. It's only a game. But you I mean, there are definitely some trends at oh absolutely early on. They know Jimmy the ball was put in play. They've got a defense is going to turn those bedded balls into outs. Most times this winging Papa behind home plate nuts over the screen right down below us one ball to strikes, and that's why they have their pitchers during spring training watching the drills that are being done on the backfield's, right? Here are guys. Here's the work that putting in in look they're going to catch the ball. So don't be afraid to let a guy put a ball in play once in a while. Fly ball to center that one's going back to on the run tracking in he'll make the catch on the warning track in straightaway center. Does your hit it over four hundred feet, and that was on a line and Mata Halden in you got a good jump on that ball. Yeah. He re he's ready reasonable off about very good. And he did that there. That's why made the catch actually. They look easy. But there's a good swing. The ball stayed on the plate a little bit to the cutter did not come inside enough. So hitters will definitely complain. They have a right to that some well hit balls at four hundred feet. Plus our outs. Right. But the pitchers never complained and also all those fly balls drop in here. They don't complain about those either do they know they wanna be rewarded for the long ball grown ball to third very softly to candle oil step to his left fields and flips over to Cabrera Maldonado for the soft ground ball as you can hit for the second out eight up eight down so far against mad more this looking a lot like that start. We saw in Toronto. Brings up Billy Hamilton. Like a perfect pickup for the royals. And they got them from Cincinnati in the off-season speed guy problem is just.
"halden" Discussed on The Read
"Action plan if you knew a sad little grill? Why would you do it? Girl. You didn't you just fucked up? For me. It keeps going back to you. Should've never got a tattoo language. You didn't speak Bessette. It could have been a white language. You didn't speak. You still should have got to put the words. Seven rings. Yep. Right there. And you could've even save space and got the new miracle seven and in rings, probably would have taken a grand total of one or two minute. The number seven ring, you could have gotten it on the side of a finger or something like you could have gotten seven actual little circles. The there's so many different ways you could have done this. But you. Just add go reach into this Japanese language and go playing around with these people's characters and shit that when you don't understand in curl on somewhere. I laughed a good longterm. I laughed and I and body heard. I was in the gym inbetween reps. Have you seen this? Just random anybody. Larry is a Yana 'cause we do the same damn thing. Lord knows what the fuck I tend to humanize arms those. I didn't even know she had one. So. She'd be bringing up a half Asian Granddad. He'll. Gran has one. Brown is like her alleged like a long time ago or something don't have me looking up old news to for as long as her. Okay. I guess I've never think she's talked about that wilder leaner career. I think she's also before this kind of regrets giving up. She doesn't talk about what it means. I don't think I've ever heard it talked about what it means. Sure. She has all right anyways next here on the list. Oh, lord. So let says God is always with you. I agree. Man. God is always with us. You know, what I have not heard anybody say yet many fans she has in all over. I haven't heard anybody say, oh, no. It actually means like broccoli steamer. Yeah. I feel like people would be clowning like very much. It really means tiny vegetables spinner. Oh, Dan, go article this. Here's what Nikki's tattoo actual on it. I don't know. I don't wanna know. Don, I don't don't tell me. I don't want to. I don't know moving on next story. Oh god. No, this is a loan. This is a long essay. So I am not gonna if it even means something like semi religious all take. I think it does. But the the lesson to be learned here is leave it alone. Yeah. This this Chinese prisoners saying there are lots of aesthetic in grammatical problems upon closer inspection. That's the thing these characters like you can't just write it. However, you'd think it looks like it's very deliberate every tiny little stroke means something just because they're not your the alphabet used to y'all. I can just do with the size every don't work. English. I can't believe I've never noticed that too on her really just really have not. Okay. So bowel was recently arrested along with his. Girlfriend ex girlfriend on off again girlfriend girl who was on that love and hip hop lights are with one. Name's Leslie Halden. So police Manley arrested, both Shad and Leslie. Because they could not determine who was the main aggressor in which reportedly physical altercation that took place between the both of them. It may have been over jealousy. So. Apparently, erotic condo some were in Atlanta. Midem? Bow out says that Leslie was drunk as hell they got into an argument. She threw a lamp at him bit him on the side and spit on him as he tried desperately to avoid her pummeling, Leslie says that bow was arguing with her and said that he she was disrespecting him for hanging all over another man's body. According to police reports it's Zabala out claims, according well, this is her testament. He called. He says that Leslie called him a bitch ass nigger. That's not funny, which is in quotation marks with ER at the of course, the white people definitely had to write that. Of course, they were never never gonna do that. So okay. Yeah..
"halden" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Jeremy foster KTAR news timpee is learning how opioids are used and abused by residents by examining sewage. ASU engineer. Ralph Halden is six months into his study of the human waste to help the city pinpoint which health care and counseling resources are needed and in which neighborhoods and hopefully see the intervention that we implement. Make a change in the trend of drug quantities going through city on a daily basis. Dr Houghton says wastewater treatment facilities have been trained to spot the types of drugs going through residents bodies and pills. That have been flushed down toilets a morning jog turned into a run for her life for a one woman in Santan valley yesterday, the panel county sheriff's office says the woman was running in an area called Johnson ranch around ten AM when a man tried to grab her now is working to find the suspect. She describes him as a white male with Brown hair in his mid thirties with scrappy facial hair. She says the man was following her. And a great Toyota Tacoma when he started making inappropriate comments. But then he opened the car door grabbed her by the arm and began to pull her in. She was able to escape and call police if you have any information culpa now county sheriff's office Taylor Kenner up KTAR news already. There have been human trafficking related arrest in Atlanta with the Super Bowl this weekend. A student led organization here at home. Home was to keep a spotlight on the issue, especially what's happening right here in the valley, ASU senior, Rachel guys. Our heads up. The all walks project was working to clear up misconceptions a lot of people confuse prostitution and human trafficking, and it's really hard to prove human trafficking, especially because usually it's through fraud and coercion more. So than force where people are exploited in the trafficking. Geyser says according to a two thousand fourteen study there are more than seventy eight thousand human trafficking buyers in the Phoenix area alone..
European bailout programme finally comes to an end but Greece faces decades of austerity
"Today the European bailout is coming to an. End the last payment that's been made although paying the lowest. Off estimated to be some three hundred billion dollars will take several decades this analysis from an economics correspondent Andrew. Walker The. Worst moments of, the crisis there were doubts. About whether the zone would survive the seemed to be a real possibility that Greece and perhaps others might have to give up the euro the. Response included out loans for a total of five countries and a promise from the European Central Bank that it would if necessary. By the government debts of countries, in danger of being forced out of the euro zone. All those, economies have started growing again, strongly in some cases such as but less so in Greece where the. Economy is still twenty five percent smaller than before the crisis. The bailouts came with conditions including austerity policies which were often unpopular critics said the. Government spending cuts aggravated the economic weaknesses they. Were intended to correct the euro-zone has also taken steps to reduce the risk of a recurrence. With, reforms intended to make the banking system more. Resilient than not complete and there's, been even less progress on finding ways to use government finances across the euro zone to reduce. The impact of crises when they do
"halden" Discussed on KTRH
"Need emergency services you can just dial nine one one no matter where you are known as the chief justice i think that's different it's weird i don't think we think of that as a market this is a market this is market regulation and in addition you have a situation in this market not only where people enter a involuntarily as to when they enter won't be able to control what they need what they enter but seems to me that's the same as in my hypothetical you don't know when you're going to need police assistance you can't predict the extent to emergency response that you'll need but when you do and the government provides it i thought that was an important part of your argument that when you need healthcare the government will make sure you get it and here the government is saying that the federal government has a duty to tell the individual citizen that it must act and that is different from what we have in previous cases changes the relationship of the federal government to the individual in a very fundamental way it seems to me that you cannot say that everybody is going to need substance use treatment all right so that was justice kennedy you know we we've done our research and what are we found that there are for example if you look at john roberts on the healthcare the supreme court decision that was the one time he sided with the left wing of the activists wing if you will of the supreme court clarence thomas over the many many years under maritime law law injured tug boat worker could seek punitive damages from his employer in another case sided with the left wing on the court and adam halden injury locomotive engineer who was entitled to damages that's it and the case of antonin scalia it was twice to that he sided with the more left wing of the court and in one case he found that a defendant who had been wrongly forced to accept a lawyer is entitled to have a conviction overturned more recently before antonin scalia passed away he ruled that states may exercise supervision over banks in addition to federal regulators which is almost pretty consistent as scalia always was with his originalist philosophy but in the case of anthony kennedy it's twenty five times he was the swing vote and justice kennedy joined the courts more conservative wing of the court about twice as often as the liberal half but twenty five major key decisions is a big deal especially in a divided court look at the decision yesterday as a relates to the president finally winning the battle about the ban that he put in place anyway here to discuss and debate gregg jarrett fox news.
"halden" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"I think give it a slap jordana here in this room i'm gonna turn into a villain doctor doom manama say put your weiner away and i'm gonna say it's okay to be proud to be the problem is you it's the acceptance crew where the good bob tribe and we're here to say we love you whether you're straight transgender or gay or bi or or a little confused bikas whole just got real abused homeo cup gaping on the be kicked in and mike is face thank god because she was crying i just couldn't stand it you're related to mile standards yes i'm a pilgrim man you might know this guy his name is stan john halden he was the best screw the indians the pilgrims and all the rest that dude stan he's an eminem fan right now balls is here with the mike and his hands so the beat faded out ball's coming in you know he's gonna lose he will never win what's up balls elephant white rubber verse i've ever heard my wife can i can i make a statement before both speaks please so i was listening when balls called into roger jp twice today the first time he had had eight drinks in the next time around one thirty he was up to twelve drinks so i'd be curious to know how many drinks balls has had at this point is how many drinks deep are you or drinks how many balls i i've lost count but bro that was an awesome way way reverse ever heard my wife if you smoke eminem you smoke them game over sure what's up man what can we do for you a toy say the white rubber away rubbing bush just totally destroyed everything bro here route one yeah yes no well we got gotta put it out feinban here leave the michalak no doubt gwen stefani you wanna get on me the speed is kinda quick and i can't keep my head back and finish the job get on a bike oh man hey i kind of miss that but i do think paul's is definitely on matt he's on death or he's on coke i know that it's calls are a great big joke you'll mica do you think you can step up to the mic speedy i'm drouzi medium duty they called me something like boozy time to be like that everybody here it's probably weekdays at broadway beat looking for looking for a new fish is a girl i do says the legs to get the as a walk away all the people yeah it's a special weekend hope you know i'm going to have sex with the bro hey thanks on the bike very intellectual you could have sex this weekend with a two you could be clothed or be nude doesn't really matter as long as there is baby show biz.
"halden" Discussed on Download This Show
"We're going to end up with lack a nncholas cage face yeah the show is we always started talking about facebook and we end up talking about that one nice of justice the side of that we are taking johns the deputy editor all because and shaima spoon from science let not feel is my name and now we can take you into the world of ace sports where apparently stimulants are the norm to get through these marathon gaming sessions their cases emerging in the us of teenagers playing for twelve fourteen hours a day on about four hours slate and there are medical professionals at worried about the high level of mental and physical exhaustion that's appearing in sports and they warning about the effects on a young person's developing brain dr john halden on the line dr john has published a pipe on the health risks for game is and he joins us now thanks for taking the time to us joan these robbing me mark so i guess when we say stimulants and might be helpful to explain what sort of stimulants are we talking about what are the so it's drugs and other things that are being used in the sports world at the moment sure so what we're talking about is we're talking about both prescription medications drugs like admiral ritalin focus enhancing drugs as well as drugs that exists somewhat in a grey market these supplements that you can find oftentimes they contain things like b twelve and caffeine drugs that are designed to enhance one's focus seemed to be what we suspect is being used when you say suspect why watch suspect is there any kind of testing that happens at the moment so one of the major leagues has implemented testing to date we do not have a positive tests that i'm aware of that being said we have had several pros discuss sort of a widespread use of adderall in particular astros commonly prescribed for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder it's designed to have a calming effect and allow takers to focus more specifically on a singular task so in the.
"halden" Discussed on talkRADIO
"People were biking all there is and they'll cater that's the rebels that's the rebels in syria now they have already been caught three times with chemical attacks we already yes they have in aleppo we find the even the factory there for making their chemical weapons who's providing the thirty four this twice today and i do believe there was one but the white helmets and the white house sits there the piles of al qaeda and isis and they're the guys are always present the beheadings i've actually protect the thing is they're all there isn't a really simple good guys bad guys out there quite a lots of bad guys you've got involved in halden people who were just moderates he just wanted to have a democratic said not live in a police tyrant tyrannical stay they have any people to side with other than asset will be those people but that's that's quite different from saying you're basically saying that the the the in our international international intelligence from what people have in the aid agencies on the ground who are able to work independent people who are able to do much they can't verify the evidence that these particular nerve weapons are at she control of asset and drop by helicopter and its assets forces have these headquarters not not the other forces are not none of that counts for anything because you just don't trust anything you're hearing in the news no obvious trump says a week ago he's going to leave syria on enter a stage laugh to this attack up some syria it's been like watching heavyweight boxing much the champion has one he's walking ryan the arena of his hands in the air and then suddenly he decides to jump on his opponent's face what they're expecting us to believe in syria.
"halden" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The washington post says the president has made the decision to remove mcmaster but according to the paper he wants to make sure the army lieutenant general is not humiliated and a successor is lined up we did hear from spokespeople at the white house though as we said denying that was the plan will watch that story meanwhile special counsel robert muller may have crossed a red line set by president donald trump does according to the new times miller has subpoenaed the trump organization the president has suggested that he views his real estate businesses being beyond the purview of manila's investigation in the russian election meddling story so that another line for the white house speaking of russia the uk is still waiting for the kremlin's official response to the expulsion of twentythree russian diplomats in the wake of the poisoning of a former spy and his daughter that's as the leaders of the us germany and france have now said all evidence points to russia being responsible for the incident the cool for an urgent explanation from vladimir putin's government comes as the country is set to hold its presidential election on sunday bloomberg's emory halden has the election preview from moscow as the self defender russia victory for flat amir putin is in no doubt but as he approaches another six years in office he faces the challenges of heightened tensions with the west and konami still enslaved to oil and the biggest question of all what happens after putin in moscow and hordern bloomberg daybreak europe now these tensions between russia and the uk 'cause the weakening of the ruble yesterday and we continue to see that this morning three tenths of one percent against the euro that is seventy sport eighty six and then also i thought was really interesting this exchange traded funds story ats investing rush inequities apparently suffered their worst ever since june on thursday because of that rear yes so interesting to watch it there so there are some negatives coming through in terms of the market reaction for russian assets on the back of this story you mentioned the currency and the but at the same time russia is expected to price of benchmark eurobond almost in defiance amid uk reprisals oh my snubbing international condemnation over the poisoning and pushing ahead with this euro on sale anyway even as the as the as the.
"halden" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"The leader of the democrats on the house intelligence committee he's that they call it the ranking member that's in a washington code work for the minority leader democrats are the minority in my house or the republicans have a couple more seats on the committee in the democrats do it turns out that amount ten months ago little pencil nag got scammed by a couple of russian comedians who called his office and claimed that they knew that vladamir putin had black maleable nude photos of trump now it's important to realize this news is ten months old but you're probably only hearing about it for the first time now because it it it did of course never make the drive bys back then ten months ago and other things uh in our news roster is in a had priority over it there's a reason this stuff is surfacing now and it's an indication our side is learning how to play the game a 10monthold story is brought back to life shortly after little pencil neck issues his little stupid 10page memo responding to noon us as memo where pencil neck thinks he set trumped up for a giant scam by putting all kinds of stuff in there that trump's going to have to redact allowing pencil knack 2 accused trump of not wanting the american people to see you what the democrats dug up here gonna scam it's all a sham they're bringing this back to uh embarrass or disc credit shift by showing his zealotry in nailing trump so let's all start april ten two thousand seventeen two russian comedians known as volving and alexis halden spoke with pencil neck pretending to be the speaker of the ukrainian parliament andrei par ruby they told him even andrei perubased here's a portion of the call between volva n who is posing as the ukrainians speaker of the parliament and pencil neck but explain you will yes of course i would just caution that our russian friends may be listening the conversation so i wouldn't sure anything over the phone that you don't want them to here now i don't think that it's really impact on our investigations in the wimbledon two thousand fifteen mr trump visited moscow his was it to to competition miss universe and.
"halden" Discussed on WTMA
"Of our time that's why you're listening to the larry cut welcome back for talking stotts to it the best of the best bob dole chief equity strategist senior portfolio manager at new vien asset management and my call and chairman of halden company runs the and fund the chinafunded taiwan fun i'm bob dole wait what are you telling your your top clients these days it is cell every bondi is stay in the stock market do you do here yeah we we like stocks and i quote somebody for a few minutes ago i don't wanna see abondoned for hillary uh so stocks of beaten bonds in the us now six years in a row this is likely to be the seventh the difference this year is stocks will probably go up some maybe not as much the p e thing we talked about earlier and bombs are going to go down some up until now you could own either and make some money i think bonds uh as interest rates rise there are going to be sloppy so we like stocks the bull markets not over did you know friday a week ago forty one percent of the stocks and the sp 500 made a new alltime high that shows you how strong raghed and healthy this market is short term are we are we overbought and cava nasty slap in the face at some point of course but the bull market flood over god own stocks we are getting good earnings do you agree with what mr daul said i was surprised surprise yes and aand i have to say that the uh this this accommodate your old age you're like you're really kind of you really showing out it's awesome my dotage i think i think that the uh uh the listeners should be mindful of the of the two of you have just said uh people having lost money in assets uh for ah in the markets here for a long time and they don't understand how much money can be lost particularly in bond funds where they have no no uh possibility of maturity and getting their principled back bond funds if the interest rates go up the way we're talking about it would.
"halden" Discussed on Young Charlie by Hollywood & Crime
"When luther maddux's halden he does what he can to protect his sister claim she knew nothing about his plans that night for mr martin no one's listening though since kathleen's already confessed the charleston daily mail has fund with it calling the crime the catch a bottle holed up seven weeks later things aren't so funny when brother and sister and court before judge d jackson he doesn't take long to find them guilty luther might as well have had a real guns since he gets ten years for armed robbery kathleen gets five for unarmed robbery they are removed from the court in chains headed for hard time at a hard facility the west virginia state prison and mounds fill it all but breaks kathleen's mother nancy a life spent doing our best to serb the lord as amounted to this her son and daughter no better than if she never entered church once and then there's the matter of our grandson kathleen's boy from some character she barely knew who left during the lurched the minute you began to show he's five now and the man kathleen married to give him a name is long gone to nancy would like to care for the boy maybe somehow make right with him would she got wrong with our own kids but ashland is two hundred miles from mounds ville and if there's anything she knows it's the boy needs to be near his mother whatever her shortcomings it was just heartbreaking watching him hug on to her she was loaded into that prison wagon and carted off nancy's other daughter glenna did herself better what with husband bill working steady at the bno railroad more to the point over and mcmechan they're only five miles from the prison yes thinks nancy there's nothing else to do little charlie we'll have to go live with his antonello.
"halden" Discussed on KQED Radio
"This is fresh air i'm cheri gross let's get back to the interview dave davies recruited with candace malarde about her book hero of the empire it's about the period and the life of young winston churchill when he became the famous hero he aspired to be he he was working as a newspaper correspondent reporting on the board world war a colonial war fought by the british against dutch and german bore settlers in what is now south africa while trying to get to the front too witnessed the fighting he was captured along with members of the british army and taken to a prisoner of war camp so churchill and others are eta a prison camp but it's the most genteel prison camp you could imagine wizards it's in a school securities white th they could even have servants if they can afford them right that's her hands right he gets his haircut but he's miserable he is missing the actually wants to escape and he in some other inmates hatch a plan what is it well first of all attritional has his own plans and being winston churchill they are these incredibly elaborate really ridiculous plan so his idea is not just to quietly escape but he wants to take over the entire prison and then he wants to take over the prison where they're keeping the enlisted man and then he's going to take over pretoria which is the capitol and then they're going to kidnap the the bore president and then they're going to end the war said that's his plan and as very elaborate and everyone sort of brushing off this ridiculous kid but he overhead here's his friend almer halden who's the guy who had invited him on the train and the sky adam brockie who's really inch christine guy he's he's really scrappy his irish he's been in south africa for several years he speaks afrikaans he speaks dutch he speaks zulu and he he finds out that they have a very different quiet plan so there's there's a prison yard and it's surrounded by a fence and and armed guards at all times in at night it's lit by electric lights but they've.
"halden" Discussed on KQED Radio
"A little more information on that four alarm oh fire working in the oakland hills right now our understanding is the highway patrol has shut down eastbound 580 at edwards avenue because of the nature of the fire we're going to have an update on the fire situation shortly after two o'clock this afternoon here on kqed we invite you to stay with us this is fresh air i'm cheri gross let's get back to the interview dave davies recruited with candace malarde about her book hero of the empire it's about the period in the life of young winston churchill when he became the famous hero he aspired to be here he was working as a newspaper correspondent reporting on the bore war a colonial war fought by the british against dutch and german bore settlers in what is now south africa while trying to get to the front too witnessed the fighting he was captured along with members of the british army and taken to a prisoner of war camp so churchill and others are eta a prison camp but it's the most genteel prison camp you could imagine wizards it's in a school securities white th they could even have servants if they can afford them wrote nets her hands right he gets his haircut but he's miserable he is missing the actually wants to escape and he in some other inmates hatcher plan what is it well first of all attritional has his own plans and being winston churchill they are these incredibly elaborate really ridiculous plan so his idea is not just to quietly escape but he wants to take over the entire prison and then he wants to take over the prison where they're keeping the enlisted man and then he's going to takeover pretoria which is the capitol and then they're going to kidnap the the bore president and then they're going to end the war said that's his plan and as very elaborate and everyone's sort of brushing off this ridiculous kid but he overhead here's his friend almer halden who's the guy who had invited him on the train and the sky adam brockie who's really interesting guy he's he's really scrappy his irish he's been in south africa for several years he speaks afrikaans he speaks dutch he speaks zulu and he he.
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"In the public interest 939 fm and am twenty in your news and the new york conversation this is fresh air i'm cheri gross let's get back to the interview dave davies recorded with candace malarde about her book hero of the empire it's about the period and the life of young winston churchill when he became the famous hero he aspired to be he he was work as a newspaper correspondent reporting on the bore war a colonial war fought by the british against dutch and german bore settlers in what is now south africa while trying to get to the front to witness the fighting he was captured along with members of the british army and taken to a prisoner of war camp so churchill and others are eta a prison camp but it's the most genteel prison camp you could imagine wizards it's in a school security is likely they could even have servants if they can afford them right that's her hanging odds right he gets his haircut but he's miserable he is missing the actually wants to escape and he in some other inmates hatcher plan what is it well first of all attritional has his own plans and being winston churchill they are these incredibly elaborate really ridiculous plan so his idea is not just to quietly escape but he wants to take over the entire prison and then he wants to take over the prison where they're keeping the enlisted man and then he's going to takeover pretoria which is the capitol and then they're going to kidnap the the bore president and then they're going to end the war so that's his plan and as very elaborate and everyone's that have brushing off this ridiculous kid but he overhead here's his friend almer halden who's the guy who had invited him on the train and the sky adam brockie who's really justin guy he's he's really scrappy his irish he's been in south africa for several years he speaks afrikaans he speaks dutch he speaks zulu and he he finds out that they have a very different quiet plan so there is i am there's a prison yard and it's surrounded by a fence and and armed guards at all times and.
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"Which one of the following four actors did not costar in a movie with robert pattinson a kristoff watts be jake gyllenhaal c deigned behind our deep pierce brosnan that is a harwit because i can't even figured out on a kristoff walks be jake jilin hall c deigned behind our deep pierce brosnan i'm just i'm just guessing when i pick mind but i'm going to were i got mine pick our radio and you guys i can't help you are probably have is wrong just guessing pulling wanting exact is that my eyes and what more time eight christoph balz begic can halsey daehnhardt are deep pierce brosnan ri whom we had here everybody says it will accept the gertz these two guys say beat jake jim hall gert says kristoff watts rudy thank the answer i thought was deigned to hein oh you know what sorry cory komen you're wrong but mark thomas and even a man went dancers correct jake john halden must arnold rock restock loss rubber pendukeni seem together if the elephants i do i got rid of one of elephant deigned behind in pants and start in life wait a minute which i how many life's we got the malian movie with with calvin child with autism those rubber bands dekalb and what butch life was then on notice been like seven of them it should in my lifetime lastly i do remember this with pierce brosnan was him was within remember me we do remember that when you came to get nadi levin never forget that came out 2010 in life came out in 2015 spiny i didn't hear about that one of the elephants came out twenty levin i i knew was deemed to haunt of jake jilin hall not just took a shot i was like all right hamon deigned to haunt might be close enough in asia could have been a movie the yeah there well i got that were wrong so let's go ahead and get into question number three this is a little more involved but you seem to be doing will came martin nothing could be alright question over three.
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"Of a shower or thunderstorm most areas dry today and ninety three mostly clear 75 did i am will close out your work we tomorrow about the same temperatures in the low 90s feeling more like one o3 104 by the afternoon brothers join teams you weather center this is chief meteorologist roger fowler on twelve fifty wtma the big talker 75 downtown 72 in north charleston at the big talker twelve fifty wtma double d m a donna come see show jayne good morning it's eleven minutes past seven o'clock the john halden bridge westbound is now open to traffic that is the dawn hold bridge westbound from mount pleasant north charleston is now open the eastbound side heading into mount pleasant remains closed at this time will let you know just as soon as that opens up once again wanna remind you the dan on hold bridge westbound from mount pleasant to north charleston is now open eastbound remains closed as so be aware of that this morning i don't know who was waiting in line who is i would just sit there and wait in line for that bridged open of course yesterday because of these storms that were coming through some of that tarpon netting that collapsed on several cars caused some damage to the guards nobody was injured during this thing i think one person had a panic attack i don't know maybe a definitely a scary situation you know you're sitting there you're on the bridge in all of a sudden this big tarp of falls over you so again westbound lanes of the dawn hold now open eastbound remains closed will let you know just as soon as that opens up okay the diagnosis or the announcement of the diagnosis late yesterday about senator john mccain came as quite a surprise to a lot of people however some people were saying you know this know.