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Planting and Tree Pruning with Daryl Beyers
"So for a number of years you've taught the fundamentals. Of course I just said at. Nypd y'all yeah. I wonder if in that class as in the intro to the new gardeners handbook whether you also tell students when they're beginning that UC gardening is part art and part science which I totally agree with by the way I do I do in the really within the first ten minutes The way that I'm trying to explain things to my new my new guard students and the same sort of the same reason why I talk about it. In the introduction of the of the new gardeners handbook is the idea. That garden isn't just science but it's also not just guessing and so there's there's a combination of of strategies that you have to kind of put together and what I try to do is build people's confidence by giving them the background scientific information that they need to garden smart and to go out there and sort of feel comfortable and to have a good time with it and what happens then is once you're sort of understand what somebody a once a mentioned to me it's like it's how dues of the why twos. I thinking of it. I sort of I stole that from Joel. Lampl who I talked to recently left Joseph. Yeah that was his line. I like to give credit to anybody who comes up with a good one. If you understand. You know like the reasons why you're doing you know what people may have said that you should do to garden what happens is you go out there and you become much more confident and you have a little bit more fun with it and then basically what happens. Is You get better at it. Because you're doing it because that's how you learn how to garden is by doing it. And and so and bringing the the idea of the science and also the art and craft of it together is what to me makes a complete Gardner and somebody who can get things done out in the garden and have fun with it too so you want to help us develop our intuition by first giving us the knowledge. The solid knowledge exactly. I'm a firm believer in the in the I believe. I'm a firm believer in the fact that though I don't know I I believe it's a fact but maybe it's not that we are all gardeners inside we are. We can all be a gardener. I mean it's sort of it's this. It's this genetic sort of genetic inheritance that we have. I think we if we tap into it. We can all do it. There's no such thing as a green thumb or no green thumb. I think everybody can do it. And so if you WANNA do it and start connecting to nature and the in those ways it'll work out for you but you do need to have the basic science background to understand. Why doing what you're doing so before we get into composting in your amazing pit. Composting system. Most of all which I just totally loved There were so many other Hawes in the book and even though I'm not a new gardener I got a lot out of it. I want to say thank you and so I just wanted to ask you about a couple quickly. That are kind of timely for people. Because maybe it'll help them to. It's time it's almost time when or in the southern states. It's already time when people are transplanting especially treason trump's and I loved seeing that when you're transplanting you've dug a hole for a nutrient trump and you've maybe taking it out of its ball and burlap or out of its potter nursery pot and you're putting it in the whole you don't fill that hole completely and then stomp on it with your foot and then water it right. Tell us the right order of things you're supposed to dig the hole and get the plant and say Basically digging the right size of hold right now on the size of the Rupaul and getting the crown of the plant at grade level or the root flare of the tree a great level. And then you put the plant in the Rupaul inside of the hall. And that's when it's time to water I. The distinction is between. I make the distinction between the way that a landscaper plants a plant and the way that a gardener plants a plant Gardner Plant to plant by watering that roof ball in the landscapers is the person that throws the soil down stops around it a bunch of times and then says okay onto the next one and then they're just sort of doing it to finish the job and go home and do something different whereas the Gardner is doing it knowing that this is a long term prospect. I need to get thing established the right way and by water in the root ball before you fill in the all the all the back sell soil. You are ensuring that that the root zone of that Rupaul is nice and moist all the way around and all the way through. And that's the main reason why people lose new plants because the rupaul dries out. Yeah so that's the first really. I'd say that that landscaper. That you talked about and not all people are who are landscapers. But a lot of Some companies install plants. They don't plan plants. They answer all them. Yeah there's a difference between like trying to bust out planting and going out there and and planting a garden different. It's a different approach. And I think of what you do I used to call it. Huddling it in. It's like gradually making sure that all those layers of that whole especially the bottom where the roots are going to encourage them to go are are nice and moist inviting so that I loved that because I think so. Many people do it wrong And I also loved a pruning some sort of insight. That I hadn't really thought about I guess I need to take proper. Pruning class hung. But where you discussed what you could infer from the where we're at trunk and limb branch of a tree come together The crotch the so-called crotch and whether it was v-shaped tighter or u shaped and how close to ninety degrees you say the closer the Crotch angle to ninety degrees the more trustworthy the limb when you're trying to decide which ones are good and going to grow well and be useful to the structure of the tree or not. The ones close the closer to ninety degrees. The more trustworthy explained that to us. Yeah Um so you know. Every tree will have different slightly different kind of crossing pattern. I suppose as far as like that shaped versus that V v Shave and I learned this from From Ann Arbor cultural years ago. Let's go Wayne Kayeli at the New York Botanical Garden. And was it was? It was somebody that was trying to get involved in the on the state where I was working. He decided to give me a really good lesson and we brought him in because he knew his stuff. And basically. What's going on? There is with the shaped crotch. If you look if you take a close look at it. You can see how there's a lot more would sort of would mass to hold the limb in place. The v-shaped Crotch has a lot less sort of volume of of wood to hold to keep that Lim safe. And so that's the lamb. That's more likely to crack to break if it has too much weight out on the extension of it. It's just it's just a weaker setup that tight v-shaped crotch and so when you're looking at it and if you're looking to prune a tree and you and you maybe you have a potential crossing branch or you or you want to open up the canopy of a tree and do some thinning cuts or something like that. And maybe there's a limb that you want to remove you would always choose between the U. shaped crotch versus the slightly more v-shaped Crotch in other words. The the more acute the angle as that would be the candidate to remove and you can do the same thing when you're selecting a tree like especially this time of the year. If you start looking at you know looking trees to purchase the leaves aren't on there yet you can see the branching structure and you can see what's going to happen in the future and you pick the U pick the tree that has more u shaped crotches and fewer v-shaped crutches. And you know that you're gonNA have a tree that's going to last stronger architecture innately. Yeah if if it's an oak tree with really strong would and I have shaped crotches and at the branches going over. You know even if it's going over a structure a house of some sort trust that limb If the trees healthy otherwise trust that land
A Businessman's Recovery
"S Falcon of the red. D Line bound from New York to Maracaibo Venezuela glided up the bay and docked at the wharf in the port of La Guaira on a hot tropical afternoon early in nineteen twenty seven. I was a passenger on. That boat bound the oilfields of Maracaibo as an employee of the X. Oil Company under a two year contract at a good salary and maintenance there I hope to buckle down to two years of hard work and save some money but above all to avoid any long continued drinking. That would interfere with work because that had cost me too many jobs in the past not that I was going to give up drinking entirely. No such a step would be too drastic but down here in the oilfields with a bunch of hard working hard drinking. Good fellows I too would learn how to handle my liquor and not let it get the best of me again. Such an environment would surely do the trick which surely teach me to drink moderately with the best of them and keep me away from those long disastrous sprees. I was still young. I could make the grade and this was my chance to do it. At last I had the real answer and my troubles were over. Red And I who had become bosom shipboard companions on the way down from New York stood at the rail watching the activity on the dock incident to getting the vessel secured alongside. Red was also on his way to Maracaibo to work for the same company and we agreed that so long as we were going to be here overnight we might as well go ashore together and look the town over red was a swell fellow who might take a drink now then who might even get drunk once in a while but he could handle his liquor and did not go to any great successes. Thousands of other fellows like him who have been my drinking companions from time to time. Were in no way responsible for the way I drank or what I did. Or the way liquor affected me so off. We went red and I to do the town and do it. We did after a few drinks. We decided there wasn't much else to do in town except to make a round of the Cantinas have a good time. Get back to the ship early and get a good night's rest so what harm would a little drinking do now. I reasoned especially with one full day and two nights ahead to get over it. We visited every Cantina along the straggling main street of La Guaira and feeling high wide and handsome red and I decided to return to the ship. When we roll down to the dock. We found that our ship had been birth off from the wharf about thirty feet and that it was necessary to take tender out to her. No such ordinary method would satisfy red and myself so we to climb the stern hawsers hand over hand to get on board the flip of a coin decided that I would go first so off. I started hand over. Hand up the Hawes her now even a good experienced sailor perfectly sober would never attempt such a foolhardy feet and as was to be expected about halfway up the houser. I slipped and fell into the bay with a loud splash. I remember nothing more until next morning. The captain of the boat said to me young man. It is true that God looks after drunken fools and little children. You probably don't know it but this bay is infested with man eating sharks and usually a man. Overboard is a goner. How close you were to death. You don't realize but I do yes. I was lucky to be saved. But it wasn't until ten years later after I had time and time again tempted. Fate by going on protracted benders that I was really saved not until after I had been fired from job after job. Tried the patience of my family to the breaking point alienated. What might have been many many good lasting friendships taking my dear wife through more sorrow and heartaches than any one woman should bear in a lifetime after doctors. Hospital psychiatrist rescuers changes of scenery and all the other paraphernalia. That go with the alcoholics futile attempts to quit drinking. Finally I dimly began to get the realization that during twenty years of continual drinking every expedient. I tried and I tried them all had failed me. I hated to admit the fact even to myself that I just couldn't lick booze I was licked. I was desperate. I was scared I was born in one thousand nine hundred. My father was a hard working man who did the very best. He could to support his family of four on a small income. Mother was very good to US kind. Patient and loving as soon as we were old enough my mother sent us to Sunday school and it so happened that as I grew older I took quite an active interest becoming successively a teacher and later superintendent of a small Sunday school in Uptown New York when the United States entered the world war in April nineteen seventeen. I was underage but like most other youngsters of that period wanted very much to get into the fray. My parents of course would not hear of this but told me to be sensible and wait until I was eighteen being young in restless however and fired by the military spirit of the Times. I ran away from home to join the army in another city there. I joined up. I didn't get into any of the actual hostilities at the front but later after armistice served with United States forces occupying the Rhineland working my way up to a good noncommissioned rank while serving abroad. I started to drink. This of course was entirely my own choice. Drinking by a soldier during those times was viewed with a degree of indulgence by both superiors and civilians. It seems to me as I recall it now that even then I wasn't satisfied to drink like the normal fellow. Most of the United States army of occupation were sent back home in nineteen twenty one but my appetite for travel had been wetted and having heard terrible stories of prohibition in the United States I wanted to remain in Europe where a man could raise thirst subsequently I went to Russia then to England and back to Germany working in various capacities my drinking increasing and my drunken escapades getting worse so back home in nineteen twenty four with the sincere desire to stop drinking. And the hope that the prohibition I had heard so much about would enable me to do it in other words that it would keep me away from it. I secured a good position but it wasn't long before I was initiated into the mysteries of the speakeasy to such an extent that I soon found myself once more jobless after looking around for some time I found that my foreign experience would help me in securing work in South America so full of hope once more resolve that at last. I was on the wagon to stay. I sailed for the tropics. A little over a year was all the company I then worked for would stand of my continual drinking and ever lengthening benders. So they had me poured on a boat and shipped back to New York. This time I was really through. I promised my family and friends who helped me get along while looking for another job that I would never take another drink as long as I lived and I meant it but alas after several successive jobs in around New York had been lost. And it isn't necessarily tell you the 'cause I was sure that the only thing that would enable me to get off the stuff was a change of scenery with the help of patient long-suffering friends. I finally persuaded an oil company that I could do. A good job for them in the oilfields of Maracaibo but it was the same thing all over again back to the United States. I really sobered up for a while long enough to establish a connection with my present employers. During this time I met the girl who is now. My wife at last here was the real thing I was in love. I would do anything for her. Yes I would give up drinking. I would never never do anything to even remotely affect the happiness. That now came into my life. My worries were over. My problem was solved. I had sown my wild oats and now I was going to settle down to be a good husband and live a normal happy life
Boost to iPad sales as coronavirus sees more work from home
"There's another bit of good news with touch of the Macabre. That might not be a reliable. But I'M GONNA put it in here any way because it's interesting. Apple INSIDER SAYS CORONA VIRUS CONCERNS PROMPTED. A rise in tablet sales in general and IPAD sales in particular as people look for at home solutions for work and education. If you're wondering why I am and haw around that take. There are a couple of reasons first of all we may never have that confirmed. It's possible that Tim Cook or Luca. Mastery might point out on the next earnings call if they don't such sales are likely to be indistinguishable from the rest of Apple's doing since the company no longer offers unit. Numbers this quarter's earnings are bound to be a mass. The other reason for the Hems and Hawes Apple insider didn't say this exactly rather apple insider said Digit Times said it. It's an interesting supposition. It is plausible. It's also still digitize times
Is Bitcoin About To Blast Off?
"A very interesting market at the end by interesting on main bloody boring there is very little actually guy in the weekend was Kinda it just complete dud lubick holding above nine thousand and continues to hold above nine thousand which is positive I mean that's a that's a good thing it really is a adlide to say get into a trend and sought to get a bit more simplicity to it but again you know a small consolidation that we are saying we have same basically for bit overweight now it's not a problem I don't see it as a bad thing we're holding above that nine thousand Shola wouldn't surprise me at all to say another leg-up I'm I'm only saying that just simply because of the the way we went lost on and how we have held caught strong above nine thousand their pay very little profit tacking on mu which remains of the move we saw hitting higher may I say this is not a prediction it may have the strength to leg through to another the higher hi I'm hoping because of tank we get above ten k. well the bull stop moving and we'll go a guy become a non thousand two hundred twenty nine dollars down one percent right right now a theory that wanted to release the break up through two hundred to get ourselves into that uptrend declare that round number again very taught consolidation to the last full dis our wanted to Eddie walnuts down point six percent not going on there and the rest of the top ten is very similar to that is well in the sense that there is not a great deal going yeah on a US against the dollar on looking here on the two forty which is the four and daily the daily no trend they really are the weekly has got that up trim with a low into higher high but again I want to say this push to new Hawes on that daddy above three dollars fifty six regions fifty seven Alka currently three hundred twenty nine also down one point three five percent still limits is taking a long haul more much knauss of the many of the other child's out there now if you look on the Bonnet child's actually been trend kicking on their on four out but again the daily it's ever so slow slightly a grinding to the upside not really that interesting but it is down it's down three point five percent at six point nine cents and we'll see how that goes over the coming days ex- up against the US is currently crabbing Dr Walking once again not having done in March for the loss basically two weeks to be fed sitting at a range of twenty to thirty three cents to twenty eight point five holding its gram I am not doing much currently stand one point three percent twenty nine one lot point one of the two in the top ten that he's its up point four percents another great deal very taught Lorraine's there on that deadly guy if I you know I it does Lucas potential for to pop I wanna see the pub before plight but definitely holding in that cradles those aren't rotten no trades yet available for me but certainly that resistance at sixty two. Id nine sixty three ish break-up through that region would be very very nice endemic actually confirm that we've got an upturn but we've got to get through sixty four that is the most recent hall that with as rejection candles around fifty dia holding in that consolidation it certainly doesn't look like it's out of the out of the question for it to do that fifty nine dollars fifty eight thousand seventy nine cents Bitcoin in cash holding its ground better than all the rest of them against the US day up at two hundred ninety dollars it's pretty much flat for the days takes toying with at three hundred GonNa pop three hundred get through that three hundred hand and then we'll be good to gay couple of levels of resistance right deal to hold back B. N. B. That is because it's hauling ground looking quite Nas in Dade as far as we look at this on the dilates it's Hell Caught Nassir was sitting just estimate of twenty dollars at twenty dollars and ten cents point two three of a percents Interesting to see what the house or the next coming few days of one point nine cents off the having had a very strong surge of the last couple of weeks we have to that cradles on at one point nonsense sits down point five percent car not too bad at all giving an on that looking at Kaduna next at four point one cents down one point four six percent a guy that just needs to help a bit more when you see brake before point five cents say that we would that upturn implies happy to try it then base still holding around one thirty I we're actually below I want thirty eight rod now we've pulled back into that crowd bitter resisted ahead of it not resistance sustain respected to significantly of light but tights down one point seven six percent today so across the board goes yes this opportunity at the my way to look at what to look forward to my scan among go there is some good training opportunities starting to set up right now but it is on those Alz Tacoma one fifty list traded without module that leverage that is just basically spot trading long island some good opportunities there there's always opportunities around and if there's is not well way be patient but you know what to do guys get along to the Sydney course when he in twenty four fantastic day don't forget the online content gauze added a bunch of stop to it so if you haven't logged in for a while go and check out the members area
Women's Health & Plant-Based Nutrition With Dr. Gemma Newman
"Everyone about your path path into medicine and how you found plant based nutrition and then you know this entire episode is going to be answering a lot of questions about women's health that we get asked all all the time and i know you see this in your in your practice you take care of patients from all age ranges in all stages of life so i think that it's going to be just so informative for our listeners so starting with weird did you start in medicine getting into plant based diet and just tell her a little bit about yourself my k. well will i am as you say i'm a primary care physician and i've been working in clinical practice for fifty years now so it's been a long long time and i've been doing all sorts of specialties in that time but my my work in general practice has been for eleven years and i just ask you all sorts of people bull and my passion permits has always been i've always wanted to be a doctor and help people and get to know them and their family so it's been a dream unrealized but i did find early on in my practice that was getting increasingly frustrated because here in the UK i'm seeing you partner with a small friendly family participant typical nearly three thousand people but we only have ten minutes per person so i had to find ingenious ways of including nutritional lifestyle information in that ten minute paradigm and monies to achieve it and get some incredible results for people and it really did feel like i was suddenly able to add a lot more to my medical toolbox than i ever had before and my journey was long process i've always had an interest in life steinmetz in getting to the real root of what it is that has caused disease a condition rather than solely treating either symptomology or the actual disease process assisted self so it started early on with motivational interviewing techniques solution focused brief therapeutic approaches and then when i went into the realms off off inning to give nutrition advice i was more cautious to start with because i haven't done much study in that area at that time i kind of i knew that the general zeitgeist iced with cops a bad and but i didn't give that advice my patients freely i lost of weight that way but then what i discovered myself alf in my own house was that my lipid profiles raised despite weight loss and good exercise regimes and i have a family history of heart disease so i'm actually a few years ago was even off a deal to talk about my journey but i declined i didn't feel as though it was a good example to set for others when i was still struggling with ray snippy the profile but for a few years and i found the evidence around competition and like you know ten years on with two kids and the exercising less than half the amount manage to not only have a normal BMI but also been my lip profiles to the normal range so i was absolutely delighted and that really began my studying odyssey so i spent the last few years studying ins and outs of competition and being able to share that with my patients has been one of my absolute greatest joys i've seen so many powerful transformations in people that it's truly made medicine not only my vacation location but huge passion so it's been wonderful that is so admirable and i just love that you shared that part of your journey it's just it's i really really do find that a lot of physicians who feel passionate about this found improvements in their own life through integrating attrition into their own families and their own personalizing generalizing their own health and that's a really beautiful story because it's just so interesting how your evolution of health of you've tried different kinds of scope of diets them them yourself and have tried absolutely so i have to say i i used to have a used to love steak it was my favorite meal you know i used to not eat those kinds of phase in so i try not to come at this with an evangelistic tone but raven i've been told i really really have the that's so it's actually so valuable actually that something i'm majorly lacking actually because so i became the cherian and then vegan like i stopped eating we need is like maybe eighteen and then became begin my early twenties so i like never liked meat so i do lack i saw that i like incredibly empathetic and i truly believe like everyone's on their own journey and i respect where everyone is with food and nutrition so personal but i do lack the like understanding understanding of like you know oh don't you just mistake because i never i never liked it actually the funniest example ever is that recently there was a vegan deep ball oh and i was eating it and i actually almost threw up because i have a fight because i thought it was me everyone around you was like how delusional are you you've who need not me but like even the kind of like texture consistency like it just makes me sick and what's so important to recognize that you you know people who who did really like animal products you know it it actually gives you a level of understanding with your patients that it's not easy for everyone to drop it in a day i actually she think that adds a level of compassion and empathy to your practice that so important oh thank you done you know i do i do become a base from eleven to standing funding and and people sometimes look at me a bit funny and sale it's all right for you you know you probably never even liked it and sometimes say actually no it used to be my favorite thing i used to always order a burger or a steak and what i have to do is i have to align myself with the information available and then when side thunder unrealized the health benefits then of course i allowed an appreciation of the other benefits to come into my consciousness especially received the environmental and animal compression size it it is a win win but yeah i i am to to really help people guess it from their own health and what they can achieve so beautiful i think your your your empathy and compassion it comes through if you will we'll talk about where everyone can find you and social media leader but you can definitely definitely definitely must follow dr newman actually just tell them right now during episode okay okay a few insists so you can find me on instagram you can find me on instagram at plant power doctor so that's my instagram handle and you can look at my website jimmy newman dot com and the the reason why i say that is because gemma went one thing i love about you the me that you and i and a lot of other plant based actress sharon common is this empathy i think that understanding that all of our patients don't have to go one hundred percent but just the more plant predominant implant forward is important meant it opens up the realm of health and wellness to more people it's more inclusive acid- than it is exclusive and i think that your social media really reflects that it just reflects that this is a journey for everyone and we're just here to support people on this journey so i think you're positively he is just really shines through so every make sure hawes s right now and go to your instagram up and follow dr what she shares so you up i wanna talk all about women's health because i get questions all the time about women's health and i had natalie crawford who's in OBGYN infertility specialists on for the episode she's brilliant and wonderful and we can only hit on so much and so i've so many leftover questions to talk to you about as you are a primary care provider and you're a female physician and you love women's health i am so excited to talk to you about a different ways that you've incorporated some integrated medicine plant based nutrition into your practice to help with different issues and women's health so starting with one of the most common questions i've received starting with even just premenstrual pain and menstrual cramps something that it seems like for some people is not much of an issue but for others it's really really really debilitating there are some different tricks of the trade that people can go about this naturally likes i'd love for you to that of course i do see a lot of women with period issues and sometimes it can be really hard to manage and and it depends on the person's always awesome there have been the different methods that they're looking at but what's amazing is that there are certainly some natural remedies that can be potentially henchi as effective as the drugs that we would usually tend to to help with period pains so for example i do love turmeric it's as an incredible spice and there was a study to show that the kirkman has an incredible ability to reduce premium pains it also increases media enough levels in the bloodstream membrane your traffic factor which is a protein that is known to help with new on survival and growth and what's incredible is that it also is linked to reducing zinc period pain that was a randomized controlled trial and what they did was they got women to take kirkman supplementation three cycles vest as a placebo supplement i'm what they found was that in the women who took the cu-cuban supplement there was a significant improvement in mood in physical symptoms and of course in that BGN f- levels does and it didn't require very much dish acquired a couple of capsules daily from seven days before their period and that's something that could be hugely effective so just a really basic thing you know you might know it's quite easy just to try to reach for the painkillers and that can be the the stan thing but if you're caught something that's not true that you can use which is effective then why not use it that's amazing especially because it's so easy when you're young you know when you're woman in your twenties and thirties and you have crabs it's so so easy to just like grab for a ton of advil because had a works but it's at the same time it's like to think that there is an alternative method out there that has this anti-inflammatory in pain reducing without you know the side effects of medication even over the counter medications mazing so that's that's a great tip well ginger you mentioned over the counter medication so ginger there was a study on ginger and they got three different cohorts of women ebb and they gave one third of the cashews of ginger powder at two hundred and fifty milligram dose four times a day for three days from from the first day of their periods and they gave a second one mefin casted two hundred fifty milligrams which as you know is a strong anti inflammatory painkiller yeah those and they gave the four hundred milligrams of ibuprofen in the third cohort again i think that was three times daily so all given quivalent dosages and what they discussed no it is a lot different graves and what they discovered was that they were all equally
Taliban attack kills 8 election officials in Afghanistan
"Taliban militants have carried out a suicide attack on the office of Afghanistan's independent election commission in Kandahar, killing at least eight people can't Hawes provincial. Police chief said full vehicles, packed with the explosives have been detonated during the attack in Maruf district Afghan security forces also said, also said to have suffered
"hawes" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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"hawes" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"With me, Jason Hawes, and the always awesome JV Johnson. So I can't remember where you a fan of that net flicks movie bird box. I thought it was pretty good. I mean. Yeah. There were some weird little parts here and there, but I thought for all pretty good. I am not a Sandra, Bullock, San. So that made me made that clear. Making clear again. So that made it hard for me to get into it. But at the beginning, I actually was wrapped up in it pretty quickly. But then I felt like it went nowhere and the ending was so predictable to me, but ending was pretty predictable. I actually call it out to the kids during the show. I'm like, wow. This kind of sucks because if you're blind. Everybody's going to be perfectly fine. What happens at the end? Everybody's blind. So it really it seemed to be quite a craze. And it got a lot of us on Netflix. Something like forty five million views in the first week or something. And then everybody was out doing the bird box challenge where they would do things. Blindfolded silly hits driving cars and just what we've just announced that the author of the book the original book, which was also called bird box is writing a sequel to it, and he is not saying whether or not it will be a movie, but I mean, it's Sandra Bullock is already being talked about to reprise the role. So I think that I think that we can expect a bird box two or a sequel in some fashion. I don't even know how they would do it. What's going to be the plot by pluck your eyes out? Well, what the author says is that they're going to go into more detail about what the monsters are, which I think is kind of important because that was one of my criticisms criticisms of the of the first movie is that we don't really know what what it was came out of nowhere demonic thing or whatever. But we don't know all we know is that if you saw it you died, so it'll be it'll be interesting to help plays. It's always fascinating to watch something that you know, hits by storm. And then I don't think there was a sequel ever planned for that. Now, there will be one. So we'll see how it works. I'll definitely check it out. You know, I love for Sandra Bullock's. Yeah. The original discussion here is that it will not be net. Flicks movie. It'll probably be something if you're going to see or at least that'd be a theatrical release in the beginning. And then rejects. Funny because all the major movie companies out there were like tearing it apart. Because of course, they don't want net flicks and start dropping in on their territory, right, right? By the whole thing. The whole landscape has changed. We've got a great show tonight. We're talking with Michael Holley about the Jack the ripper slayings in the mystery still surrounds that those occurrences from eighteen eighty eight. There's a lot to talk about with him tomorrow night. We've got Andy Thomas joining us. He's a researcher at an author mysteries and conspiracies. We'll be talking about things like surveillance agendas. Media misrepresentations restrictions on free speech. These are all things that are very very much in the mainstream discussion right now all over social media, obviously. But people are concerned about all of these things tomorrow night. Andy will discuss them right here on the program. Yeah..
Motoweek - Qatar MotoGP Test Review!
"But he was also complaining again that he was struggling with the front end of the bike. And that was the same thing that played Cal last season talked about the front tire getting overheated and traffic his consistent. Issue was with the front of that bike. And this goes back to what we were talking about with Honda's a whole that something that affects Marc Marquez a little bit ends up being a much bigger problem for all of the non Marc Marquez riders out there. So there definitely is work to do. And the great thing for how to for Cal is if they're working on it, and they come up with some sort of solution to make things better. They only have to get like fifty percent of the way there in terms of making it perfect for Cal. And it probably will be perfect at that point for Mark. So that's one of the examples of how having that very experienced rotter on a current year bike that's not afraid to and is willing to once voices opinion. Then that helps them overall because. Yeah, maybe they're a little bit behind in that department the start the season because Cal was her Mark was her Lorenzo was hurt. Everybody was hurt. But they'll be able to make up that ground more quickly than some of the other teams because they've got the experiences. Someone like Cal crutch slow pushing. Car from behind and it helps Mark in front in the process now getting back to Cal for a second do not expect because of the injury because of the time off because of the development problems don't expect the kind of start two thousand nineteen like Cal had in two thousand eighteen skim. Take him a little bit longer. S- probably going to be a slow start for Honda all around except from art Marquez. But eventually he'll get back to where he was in the last night. I want to talk about before we do winners and losers all the way down in nineteen th place near the bottom of the chart Yoahan's ARCO, and he is not as much as I want him to. He is not making the type of progress either. He or the team won now courting to everybody involved. They thought they had something they could work with in the first couple of days, and then they lost the handle and then Zarko crashed and messed up the bike, and they had to rebuild it. And then in the end, I mentioned this earlier they went back to the one thing that I thought they should avoid at all costs in this test. They started swapping out Amiri departs, hoping the find some magic Lorenzo gas tank like combination for Johann, but I'll tell you. I mean, I get why they did it especially if they wrecked the bike. They're gonna put it back together. Anyway, you know, put some stuff on there. But it's too late in the game for that. They've run out of time. And now they have no choice but to finish their preseason development in season. And I'm sure it's disappointment because ARCO couldn't match his teammates pace. And like I said a bit earlier he hasn't looked like that number one rider. They were out to get when they signed him. And so they've got a lot of work to do. Now. The good news for Zarco is the poll seems to feel better. And better each time. He gets on the bike, and that could be important because remember the one thing those two riders have in common is that they both road tech three Auma Hawes, and they both pull his head to make that transition that Zarco is making now. So you know with. A little bit of advice. If Zarco is willing to take it who knows everybody's got a big ego. But if Johan is willing to take some advice from pole that might help smooth over the process and the things that a spa grow fines that are making the bike better for Spago may make the bike better for Zarko as well. But I don't know one hundred percent because I don't know if they really agree on writing philosophy or on how they like the bike set-up.
"hawes" Discussed on WRVA
"At Hawes. I'm glad to have you here. Bring us up to date on where things stand with the Toronto so far. Sure, john. Well, this trial was slated to go for three weeks. And we thought we would hear from mental health experts who might tell us something about James, Alex fields troubled, childhood, the loss of his father when he was unborn. Actually in a an amazingly awful. Drunk driving in which the father was left to die in the vehicle by a friend or so-called friend. But we didn't hear any of that. We instead heard self defense and judging from the looks on the faces of the spectators and the confidence exuded by the prosecution. I I I should practices by saying. I I rarely issue. Predictions. But I think in this case it's not a question of whether he'll be found guilty, but how guilty he'll be found. So we're talking about James field. He's twenty one now. Right. That's right. He was twenty at the time of the incident. Okay. And so really a truly the defense for this has all been about the allegation that somehow he felt threatened. That's why he got into the car into the protesters not that it was agitated pushing back on that idea. I think the prosecution was pretty clear that they thought that he showed up with the intention of doing something that would cause harm. Well, they actually were a little bit more restrained on that. They they talked about how premeditation doesn't need to be for a long period of time. It just needs to be some time. And look the block the so-called blockbuster witness for the defense was the first one up yesterday morning. I watched him go into the courtroom and his name is Dwayne Dixon. He's a UNC assistant professor and self-proclaimed redneck revolt number and what that means is. He's a member of a left wing militia despite the name redneck revolt. Then the group is dedicated to fighting racist and anti fascist, and he was he was in one of the little park in downtown Charlottesville that fateful day. And after it was all over he bragged on Facebook and later at a seminar at Harvard University, but he had scared James fields away with his AR fifteen rifle and he testified yesterday morning. And reiterated that story. The prosecution was able to blow a couple of holes in it. One. Dixon claimed that he had seen fields car. Swing by three times. Well, fields was carrying your cell phone and had Facebook turned on. And apparently there were. You know, the phone tracked itself. And so the prosecution was able to pull out map coordinates showing where that car was basically at all times. And it only went by the place where professor Dixon was one time. And it didn't really match the time, Dixon, Chad. So. Was that? And Furthermore, there all these witnesses who testified that there was no one around the car at the time. He drove into the people. So that that's probably the didn't it. The idea that if if someone was bashing in your windshield or standing on top of your car with a weapon of some kind then you might be able to come up with an appreciation for how someone could panic or make a deliberate decision. I'm getting outta here. And I don't care who's in front of the car. But that just does not seem to be a story that can be told with any veracity here. Well, we're gonna find out in just a matter of hours. I think that the jury is due back in at nine thirty this morning, they decided to get their rest get dinner and come back fresh and give this case some thoughtful consideration in the morning rather than trying to knock it out last night as they could have done. So the deliberations continue today, and the expectation is that very soon, we think we'll hear something problem. We think we think he's on trial for ten charges first degree murder. Five counts of aggravated malicious wounding three counts of malicious one for leaving the scene of an accident. Now, we're talking to Hawes Spencer, journalist and Charlottesville has been in the courthouse throughout the week during the trial of the young man who ran his car into a bunch of protestors killing one of them in Charlottesville last year. Let me go on a tangent. With you were you banned from Facebook for from for some of your posts. That happened. What what went down? So a few days ago. The judge allowed an Instagram post to be introduced as evidence this is an Instagram post. The James Alex fields junior had posted three months prior to the rally in which he put up one of those names. You know, those images with words that are supposed to be making a joke. Sometimes very dark joke in this case, it was extremely dark and grim, and it was an image of a car hurtling into pedestrians and people being thrown every which way I don't even know if it's a real photo or not. But here's the deal. I posted it next to the Pulitzer prize winning photograph taken by Ryan Kelly of the daily progress, sadly showed human being thrown up in the air and tossed like dolls, and it was they were the two were eerily similar and and. And somebody at Facebook must have gotten a report and dean that violated community guidelines, and so I was banned from Facebook for twenty four hours, but after the needy started writing about it Facebook backtracked and said, we we realized Spencer is trying to cover things, and we realized that in this context, it's permitted. So that was really interesting how the journalistic aspect of this is getting sucked into the. The corporate judgment Facebook as to what's what's allowed? And what's not what a mess that? We'll keep your eyes open for a potential decision from the jury in Charlottesville Hawes Spencer, journalists in Charlottesville, and the author of the book summer of eight all about the events last summer Charlottesville. Appreciate the update. Thanks. Thanks. John. Yup. All right is.
"hawes" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"And so the points changed. And unfortunately, that pushed brand Hawes e to the ultimate spot. But that's, that's what makes it exciting. So when you said how you're mad? I just I can't wait because I know all the fighters are ready for and PF fell. Eight is going to be exciting as well as nine as well as ten and then the championship is going to be even. Even more amazing. Right? It's really fun to watch. Train on Mondays. I just gotta say you Ben Evita's. Go hard. Oh, and Kevin Lee. You know the phone. Leave it at that because obviously training rooms kind of sacred and you guys allow me to come in and always trying to just watch, observe Sieg is but but leave it there, you know. But I, I think this is something positive. I love watching. I saw Vinnie inquiry, have a great round, not too long ago. I was just telling him as well, you're, you know, he's always doing the spinning stuff. I didn't even Ray. He has so much fun, you know, going out there and still and still striking, and you can just see sometimes he's just playing because of his skill level, you know. But but, but again, mon- goes Monday, I think Tuesday, small gloves and Thursday. They're hitting a little harder. So Thursdays was my day, and then I came in on Mondays. Mondays is really cool at any man. I think I've ever. It's a focuses a lot on wrestling on Mondays and you just see a lot of work against the cage one year fighters, Yana guy? Yup. She don't play. I keep thinking like, are the guys leading her, get that take down or but, but I'm talking to fighters going flock. Now she's strong. She's like, really, really great for one of the shoes. One of the hardest workers in the gym. She's unbelievable, and it's always good to see. I mean, all the guys train hard. But my biggest thing with her is trying to slow her down a little bit because you know, sometimes it has to be. They just go, go, go, go, go. Sometimes they get hurt or they get sick. And then it starts to go this way. That's my biggest thing with Yana is is just trying to slow her down a little bit because she just works works like we'll do hard five rounds. And as you get on the treadmill run for another hour, you know every night it's it's crazy, but eleven. When I see that hunger in the fighter, you know what I mean? Like I told all guys people like last Vinnie and Alexander actually sent us a little bit about this kid. Forgot to bring your. Anyway, but the guys that trade hard, I tell them all the time. It's not about harder. It's about smarter because when you're constantly pushing those limits, then you've got to be smart how you push those on because you get on the end up getting hurt. Okay. Is sick or run down? And then again, you got to, you know your water intake and and everything else you got to do to constantly do this day in day out. I'm so young Janas amazing. She's got to fight coming up on the Conor McGregor Khabib card l. which is, you know, day after our show, but yet my biggest thing with her, it's just slowing slowing down a little bit has to you're rushing back to you. You go for presidents to cornermen right on the Knicks doing the same thing, correct? Yeah. Harrison tonight. You and then he has come back for grey or grey Jonah from back Cam busy weekend for you guys?.
"hawes" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"We have no, if so. So I just don't think it's possible for a team with Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons and cap space going forward to have a failure of an offseason. Like if that's your standard, like what we didn't get one of the three guys who are all top ten players. Well, then you know, I don't know what you're supposed to do. The bail eats thing was weird. Yeah. Yeah. Again, that's sort of like a marginal move. Okay. Back. I, I think hold on, I want to talk about this point to, you know, some of this. Some of this is is I don't want to say it's by by these by the Sixers on fault. But I, I think so much was placed on the summer right as they sort of forecasted in projected out going back to or three years like this was the summer, you know, we're, we're, we're extending Joe. We're going to have to extend Ben. This was the summer, and then then this coming summer sort of the last one more one more sh more shot. And you know you, you, you sort of swing for the fences. And if you look at the list of guys, the Philly wants it was it was three guys this summer, and then next summer. You know, it's probably three guys, and if that doesn't happen, you know, I don't know what direction they pivot to, but you know, I think if you're if you're Philly, right? And you're trying to get guys to go there like, what? What? What is your? What is your pitch? Your pitch is you, you know, you're going to win. You're gonna. You're gonna last piece. You're, you're the last time you're the, you're the, you're the piece that's gonna fit with Joe and Ben and maybe Marquel and and I think the other pitches Brett, you know, I think I think Bret has proven to be like a great coach and players like playing for him. He's a, he's a player's coach, even though there's a little old school, he's the players coach it, does he make you run your mentioned running before I wanted to. I was gonna ask this breadth as Brett make you run Spencer Hawes texted me the other day because he, he sent me a photo of him, like going to. Dinner at I dunno, June baby or something. Some posh restaurant, Seattle, and I was literally at the track that day. And I was like, I, I sent him a photo back of me at the track and then my life and. And he's like, he's like just Brett still do the conditioning tests. Not that I know of. So I guess maybe Spencer's for last last year in Philly was breads first year in Philly? Yeah. And that was like daddy is, and Evan Turner jump and exactly. And so you must have done a condition test in the past? I don't think I don't think there's anything like that. I think you just like come into camp in shape do it on your own speaking of Spencer Hawes. I was gonna springing this on your very serious question, true or false, Spencer Hawes and you and someone, I forget what to Jiro dreams of sushi restaurant and Spencer Hawes wanted to wear George there and had to be talked out of it. Wait, who told you this story? Did I tell you this? You didn't. You didn't tell me the George part. All right. So we were in Tokyo last summer and I had planned out. I'm kind of OCD about like having a plan. So I planned out all the restaurants and like two, three months in advance. So Jiro dreams of sushi is a documentary on Netflix. You know, we get a lunch. Reservation is place. It's like a three star Michelin three star restaurant in a subway, stop in Tokyo. So I always sort of plan like you, you don't. You don't want to be like the under under dressed guy. Right? So you're somewhere in the middle? I don't. I'm not overdress, but I'm not under dress and all occasions. And I figured like we're going to three star Michelin restaurant up, probably need to have pants on. Probably need to wear jeans pants as any pants. I think I was wearing Chino's I might have been, yeah, like, I don't know. I was wearing pants though. That covered my lower leg. Yeah. Okay. Sweatpants, a collared shirt just because I was like, it doesn't say jacket required, but worst case I've got a polo on gino's and shoes. Yeah, so I'm good. You're good for a lot of environment. Right?.
'Breakthrough' in mosquito-packed drones to combat Zika in Brazil
"But news reports have indicated that tests on mosquitoes on Long Island specifically have have turned up more instances of West Nile virus and other harmful viruses to humans than ever. Before these numbers are getting out of, control and they're becoming dangerous and they're highly recommending that people do as many things as they can to cut down on the mosquito, population including things like making sure there's no standing water around your. Home you, know some people don't realize if they leave like I've even like a garbage can top of, say, down collect some. Water it becomes a breeding ground from the -squitoes you ever look in those things and see those things swimming around those are mosquito larva Mosquito I'm telling you they're like then and Tech's they're the worst insects doing the same thing but here's the good news Scientists have actually developed a way and they think, it's going to be very very effective in their testing. It now in Brazil they've created in the laboratory sterile male mosquitoes and they're releasing these mosquitoes into the. Wild using drones this is the. Key factors that they can push on, these drones over swampy areas, where these, mosquitos breed they dump out these sterile mosquitoes they they mate with the female mosquitoes but clearly because they're sterile nothing happens but. It basically, pushes out the sterile males. And the, mosquito population gets cut down without the use. Of any chemicals or any you know artificial means that is nice. I, mean I don't see any positive thing for mosquitos mosquitos are the. Leading cause of pretty much deaths throughout. The world yeah they their disease carriers for sure. This technique they're, saying they have it's not something, you just one time you've got to. Do it over and, over again but then again if, you were spraying, with pesticides you'd have to. Do the same thing so they're trying this, but they say they have To release about ten of. These sterile male mosquitoes for every one, that is actually in the, wild for, this to be effective so maybe this is a way that this will help help solve some
Taliban attack on Afghan city of Ghazni enters third day
"Clashes continue in Afghanistan. Between, security forces and the Taliban four days after insurgents launched a surprise attack on the city, of hostile dozens of Afghan security forces have been killed despite, government assurances that the situation is under control NPR's Diaa. Hadid reports from Islam Abbad the Associated Press reported that US military advisors was sent to aid. Afghan forces local media said the insurgents were fighting from. People's homes Hosni has strategic. Location It's just a few dozen miles. From Kabul and the brazen attack, suggests the Taliban may be trying to strengthen their political position ahead of widely expected. Talks with the United States NPR's Diaa Hadid in
Rep. Chris Collins, tagged with insider trading charge, will now suspend reelection campaign
"As you've been hearing. Republican congressman from New York Chris Collins is suspending his reelection campaign that's amid allegations. Of insider trading, Collins may the announcement this morning he. Pleaded not guilty on Wednesday to charges that he used inside information on a biotech company to help his. Friends and family avoid hundreds of thousands of dollars in losses at the. Time he vowed not to end his reelection. Bid Collins. Says he does plan to finish his term and fight what he calls the. Meritless, charges against him the three term congressman represents parts of western New York he was the first sitting congressmen to endorse Donald. Trump for
Charlottesville Anniversary: Rallies Planned One Year After Death of Heather Heyer
"On the streets force in Charlottesville, Virginia today is a city guards against the chaos, and violence marked last summer's white nationalist rally downtown streets have been blocked off buses rerouted Haas Penser from member station w. c. v. reports at last night was uneventful. Democratic congressional candidate Leslie Cockburn strolled across the pedestrian mall after an interfaith healing service at the local synagogue, a lot of people are out there enjoying them all, it's it's a good. It's a good seen a couple of blocks away resident, tempests shepherd knelt to place a bouquet of flowers on fourth street. Just here to just pay my respects about anniversary happen here last year. Last August thirty, two year old woman named Heather higher died and thirty. Five were injured when an alleged Nazi sympathizer, rammed his car into them for
Pompeo in N. Korea to "fill in some details" of Trump-Kim deal
"He was secretary of state mike pompeo's in north korea to firm up details of the denuclearization deals struck between president trump and kim jong un last month in singapore has npr's elise hu reports north korea may no specific commitments when signing on secretary of state pompeo is expected to press kim with a timeline or steps to disarm has nuclear arsenal but north korea has violated every previous nuclear agreement with the united states and those agreements came with much more specificity than the june deal struck with trump that's npr's reporting environmental groups are celebrating the departure of scott pruitt from his position at the environmental protection agency but as most beuchel from member station k u t reports the scandalplagued administrator also had many supporters pruitt's push to rollback regulations want him many friends in industry johnson tara heads the texas alliance of energy producers which represents texas oil and gas companies he says during his roughly eighteen months of the pruitt did a lot to take power from the federal government and get it back to the states and much of the concrete results that we saw we considered positive for the oil fields of texas for the citizens of texas and for the jobs of texas to tear hopes the epa will continue the course set by pruitt who's deputy former coal lobbyist andrew wheeler will now serve as acting epa administrator for npr news i'm mozambique shell in austin a man accused of killing one person and injuring multiple others after driving it's car through a crowd of counter protesters during a white nationalist rally in charlottesville virginia last summer has pleaded not guilty hall spencer from member station w c v e reports twenty one year old james alex fields junior appeared in federal court yesterday the not guilty plea upset susan bro mother of victim heather higher felt a little punch in the gut twenty did that fields didn't hesitate to mention medications he's been receiving jail an array of drugs frank ziobro depression bipolar disorder and adhd maybe that contributed to his boldness in court i just somehow expected him to sound more timid abashed while further hearings on the federal case have not been set the state's separate murder case against fields heads to trial in november for npr news i'm hawes spencer in charlottesville you're listening to npr news in washington the department of health and human services says an audit shows fewer than three thousand immigrant children remain in detention a federal judge is giving the government until next tuesday to reunite kids under five years old with their parents and until july twenty six to reunite all separated immigrant children and their families starting today bitcoin and other digital currencies are effectively banned in india ages third largest economy npr's lauren fair reports from mumbai india's central bank gave all the banks and businesses it regulates our lens money to three months to divest themselves from virtual currencies the most famous of which is bitcoin that deadline expires today the reserve bank of india says it's doing this to protect customers and curb money laundering india's top court upheld the ban earlier this week peer to peer private transactions aren't affected advocates say crypto currencies could help people in the developingworld send money to one another without bank fees but mining bitcoin and other virtual currencies requires fast internet and lots of electricity which are sometimes lacking here lauren fryer npr news mumbai a former navy diver who had volunteered to help rescue twelve boys and their soccer coach from a flooded cave in thailand has died government officials say he ran out of air while attempting to return to a command center deep underground search and rescue teams say they're running out of time to reach the kids members of the soccer team went missing two weeks ago and they became trapped by a sudden downpour that flooded the cave this is.
Washington, Snyder and Hawaii discussed on
"Live from npr news in washington on trial snyder in hawaii more than one thousand people remained evacuated because of lava since thursday from the killer way of volcano the energy coming out of the ground i mean it was so it was so powerful as thunderous i mean it was just like you know and just a like a jet engine and then it was it sounded like bombs like you could feel like underneath the earth like somebody punching ira hawes among those who have had to leave their homes under a mandatory evacuation order but hawaii county officials say they may allow some residents to return briefly to retrieve valuables medicines the volcano seems to be settling down at least for the moment but there is concern about air quality because of sulfur dioxide strong earthquakes also complicating the situation at least five homes have now been destroyed there's word from poland that rescuers have reached another coal miners trapped underground following yesterday's earthquake however the owner of the mind says the minor is dead that four others remain missing southern california's air quality board has voted draft rules which would for the first time regulate diesel emissions from large trucks taking cargo to and from the regions many warehouses daniel carson reports are primary source of local air pollution and smog moving industries are the lifeblood of the southern california konami but the los angeles long beach port complex is also the biggest single source of air pollution in the region warehouse operators worry that tougher pollution rules would.
Hawes Spencer, Charlottesville and Harvey Weinstein discussed on NPR News Now
"He he had a smile on his face unswayed by video showing that harris struck first the jury also recommended that goodwin pay twenty thousand dollar fine and get some empathy training for npr news i'm hawes spencer in charlottesville a private equity firm is apparently ready to take over the weinstein company co founded by disgraced hollywood producer harvey weinstein the company lantern capital has offered four hundred thirty five million dollars for the movie and tv studio as well as a library of films harvey weinstein has been accused by several women of raping and sexually assaulting them he denies the charges i'm korva coleman npr news.
"hawes" Discussed on Pros and Joes with Frank Kaminsky
"My last thought to it's i think it just a conflict of philosophy basketball the grandmaster shooting in winning basketball games and three pointers is the golden state warriors but if you don't play that game you think you have a better opportunity and he put this when we say this oh no one's beating the warriors it's not gonna happen warriors will be the nba champions i will bet a lot of money on it i would bet every dollars that i have because they're too good there charity in good next up we welcome on a good friend of mine a co founder of the conglomerate and my mentor when i first got into the nba spencer hawes now we welcome on one of the most interesting characters over here from an ear entire lives my mba vet from my rookie year spencer hawes fellow member of the conglomerate if anyone knows or cares to know what that is spent so i wanna know have you been following the conglomerate stuff i have you been buying your scratch tickets well first of all that was an extremely humbling introduction because the nicest thing by far you've ever said about me yes so actually fun update i didn't i didn't share it with the conglomerate because i lost which is becoming a disturbing trend but i did buy bunch of their bunch there's a seven eleven right next to irish bar we went to on saint patrick's day and i had some cash on me and one thing right another and i i i lost more money investing scratch tickets that day so i decided to keep that one of myself.
U.S. Surgeon general urges Americans carry naloxone
"The moon the nation's chief doctor wants everyone taking opioids to carry the overdose antidote and lock zone to help fight the opioid crisis speaking at the national prescription drug abuse and heroin summit in atlanta on thursday morning us surgeon general dr jerome adams issued his offices i national public health advisory in thirteen years adams said he hopes opioid users as well as their friends and family members will carry the antidote and learn how to use it according to federal data more than forty two thousand americans died from opioid overdoses in two thousand sixteen more than double the number who died in two thousand ten the lock zone can restore a person's breathing after it's injected or sprayed in the nostrils the last surgeon general public health advisory was issued in two thousand five and it focused on prenatal alcohol exposure sexual abuse charges have been filed against another coach who worked with team usa athletes ap's mike rossier reports this time against a man who ran a club affiliated with usa water polo prominent water polo coach horsera has been charged with the sexual abuse of seven underage female athletes during one on one coaching sessions charges have been filed in orange county california against the forty two year old hajra who ran the international water polo club prosecutors say the alleged crimes occurred between two thousand fourteen and january of this year hawes redoubts himself as having helped develop multiple olympians over nearly a quarter century usa water polo the national governing body for the sport has revoked his membership i mike rossier this is fire fighter raphael poor yet reminding you that every day portion of every firehouse subs purchase goes through helping first responders tried the new ruben loaded with hot pastrami sweet and tangy slaw melted swiss or limited time get a medium pastrami ruben for just six thirty nine firehouse subs joy more subs save more lives limited time offer participating locations firehouse subs will donate a minimum of one million dollars two thousand eighteen to the firehouse subs public safety foundation by donating point one three percent of every purchase an oil spill the.
U.S. housing starts fell 7 percent in February
"In man beaten in a charlottesville parking garage at last summer's white nationalist rallies one acquittal honor assault and battery charges he was facing house spencer from member station w c v as more the trial concerned the moments before twenty year old de'andre harris himself was pummeled and rally organizer jason kessler is outraged by the verdict neat fashioned old man over the head with the heavy metal object but for at least fifty supporters including lisa wolf work of black lives matter the verdict was justice this is a message to white supremacists that this strategy coming into our community lowering people into violence filming them turning victims into aggressors will not work the judge found that harris may have thought a friend was getting attacked for npr news i'm hawes spencer in charlottesville even as there's talk from the trump administration about possible talks with north korea of the administration is being criticized for not having a us ambassador to south korea or naming a nominee but in today's white house breathe legislative director marc short claimed gets democrats were slow walking the process by blocking president trump's nominees at this rate the united states senate would take eleven and a half years to confirm our nominees she'll going on to say in some cases as they go through the process the laser so protracted nominees you're taking themselves out of the running press secretary sarah sanders echoed short's comments today saying the president's elected to put forth policy with the team he selects not the team democrats think he should have builders were breaking ground on fewer apartment complexes though single family home building was up in february the commerce department reports they overall housing starts fell seven percent last month on wall street today after several days of losses stocks regained some of their lost ground the dow up seventy two points the nasdaq closed up a fraction today you're listening to npr fan acuity news i'm tara siler north bay congressman john mendy says it's time for president trump to go speaking to cnn's the.
Black man beaten at Charlottesville white nationalist rally not guilty of assault
"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jack Speer, emergency responders in Miami are now treating a bridge collapsed there as a recovery operation officials do not expect to find any more survivors in the rubble. The pedestrian bridge of Eleanor, a busy roadway yesterday, Florida international university from member station W L R N Sammy Mack reports. The nine hundred fifty Tunbridge was constructed in pieces nearby an assembled in a matter of hours. Last Saturday. It was erected to connect Florida international university students to residential community on the other side of a busy street, National Transportation Safety board chairman, Robert. Some Walt said his team gave the bridge a walk-through after the collapse, but the investigation would intensify when local officials finished the recovery mission. Our entire purpose for being here is to find out what happened. So that we can keep it from happening. Again, Miami Dade police are treating this as a homicide, and we'll be looking closely at the NTSB report. Some Walt stressed that the NTSB is not involved in criminal investigations for NPR news. I'm Sammy Mack, a young African American man beaten in Charlottesville, parking garage at last summer's white nationalist rally as one acquittal honor, assault and battery charge. He was facing house Spencer from member station W C V as more the trial concerned the moments before twenty year old de'andre Harris himself was pummeled and rally organizer. Jason Kessler is outraged by the verdict, new fashion, old man over the head with the heavy metal object. But for at least fifty supporters including Lisa wolf work of black lives matter. The verdict was Justice. This is a message to white supremacists that this strategy of coming into our community, Lauren people into violence, filming them turning victims into aggressors will not work. The judge found that Harris. May have thought a friend was getting attacked for NPR news. I'm Hawes Spencer in Charlottesville even as there's talk from the Trump administration about possible talks with North Korea, the administration's being criticized for not having a US ambassador to South Korea or naming a nominee. But at today's White House briefing legislative director, Marc short claimed it's Democrats were slow walking the process by blocking President. Trump's nominees at this rate in the United States Senate, we'd take eleven and a half years to confirm our nominees through going on to say in some cases as they go through the process, the laser. So protracted nominees are taking themselves out of the running, press secretary. Sarah Sanders echoed Short's comments today saying the president's elected to put forth policy with the Tamie selects not the team. Democrats think he should have builders were breaking ground on fewer apartment complexes, though single family homebuilding was up in February the Commerce Department reports today. Overall housing starts fell, seven percent last month on Wall Street today after several days of losses stocks. Regained some of their lost ground, the Dow up seventy two points. The NASDAQ closed up a fraction today. You're listening to NPR. The centers for disease control and prevention is warning travelers to Brazil to get vaccinated for yellow fever and Byard, Jason Bobi, and reports. The warning comes after ten visitors. Primarily from Europe, came down with the disease and four died. Brazil has been trying to get control of an expanding yellow fever outbreak for more than two years. Now, the CDC had previously warns travelers to high risk mainly rural areas to get vaccinated. Dr. Martin set on the director of the division of global migration and quarantine at the CDC says, now that's changed and even visitors to Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro should get the shot an expanding number of hotspots in Brazil where yellow fever virus being transmitted on. Fortunately, the only yellow fever vaccine approved by the food and Drug administration is out of stock due to a manufacturing problem. The CDC has temporarily brought in a vaccine from France. However, it's only available at a limited number of travel clinics across the country. Jason Bobi N. NPR news, stop crime investigations agency says it's opened a probe into the poisoning and Britain of the daughter of a former Russian double agent and the death of a Russian businessman whose body was found in London this week. The investigative committee says it's ready to work with British authorities, but as with orders of accused Russia of being involved in the poisoning of Yulia square Pailin her father Sergei or both in critical condition. After being exposed authorities, say was a nerve agent while Russia's denied involvement of Russian scientists have developed that nerve agent believed to have been used, says no other country could've used it. Krill oil futures prices Rupp today a dollar and fifteen cents a barrel to sixty two thirty four. This is NPR news.
"hawes" Discussed on 1380 AM The Answer
"Our from town although talbot of halford hawes also says that at each summit meeting between president for all kim younghoon depends on north korea's actions one day after south korea announced the facetoface talks would take place by may white house press secretary sarah sanders said the meeting won't happen unless the kim regime take steps toward eliminating nuclear weapons when i it had at this meeting take place until we she concrete actions that match the words and the rhetoric of north korea sanders said in agreeing to the talks the united states has given up zero concessions while north korea has made promises to halt missile test staying greg clugston the white house for the rand's you're in washington is heard from former trump campaigned aid sama numbered actors saying earlier this week that he might acquire a subpoena from special counsel robert moller's investigation into russian interference sam nunn berg wound up spending more than six hours inside the courthouse known burke as he worked for hours to produce the thousands of emails and other communications requested by moeller steam president trump may be questioned soon his lawyers are currently negotiating a possible interview with muller's office jackie quinn washington california highway patrol assistant chief chris childs as an incident at our veterans home as at a tragically unfortunate personnel data entry into the room will we felt will be held back and unfortunately made the discovery of read disease emails and what disease male suspect trials added this tragic news one we were really hoping it wouldn't happen number four the public to give authorities say the gun to kill three metal health workers was a 36yearold former soldier inpatient of the workers without county sheriff's department said friday that albert wong was found dead at their yacht bill veterans facility along with a three victims were these stories at townhallcom thanks for listening to a of food deviating he has her online we'll be right back in just a moment the committee had gotten under the beloit over them this is not but they're herschel.
"hawes" Discussed on Starting9
"Rates this is fucking big this is big right hawes merger the plug not what a ham this guy is you are something else with talk of it's a it's a big deal jd martinez is a big deal whether we i mean i'm sure hobbs if this would have happened in new york hubs would have been buckets slobbering all over himself so i did it your did it a home or call this is very pertinent to the climate of the free agent marked by lie seat or tina's in boston i mean jeered you've got to be bucking beside you so you have a very happy but at the speaking of hubs last night we argued on twitter for a saw the ira hours over ups though that information is free like you can go and get information fastball percentages dallas we argued about fastball percentages i am not exaggerating for over three hours in february in i was february we did this guy who committed it was an out of body experience the entire time i'm i'm just like i'm so focused on winning this argument because cubs is a fucking on but the entire time just thinking like what am i doing i'm arguing fastball percentages in the month of february but you're a baseball guy you're baseball galaxy ruined guru you it was it was something to behold i'll just say that uh but that's too that's why we need baseball it pace paul spring training games are started ethic uh the the college games are this tomorrow college games abid start we meet college games the it the major league teams whereas college teams down spring trade all yeah which is today were according on wednesday but i think the red sox play b c in northeastern tomorrow with the fuck is going on here.
"hawes" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Wall that he wasn't going to return to kansas city i think it's a lost their i mean that i love to see guys stay with teams were that had some success and he really epitomised what the royals have been it this resurgence remember going back to back world series than finally winning it and i was hoping that he would stay there but hawes murray's now a member of the padres at according to multiple reports the padres are going to have to put him in right away to make up for the salary the richest salary they've ever handed out richest contract excuse me in franchise history an eightyear deal and interestingly enough for a while it was thought that they had come really close to signing a deal for seven years and one hundred and forty million and this one is eight years one hundred and forty four million but there is a an optout after five years and so just a couple of wrinkles in there to make it more more more of a contract that i think could be both team friendly and playerfriendly right they they've left some room for goals there my cliches the wiggle room they've left at there in case it's not exactly what they were hoping on either side maybe error caused we're outperforms the contract but for the first five years he's going to earn twenty million dollars annually it's a boatload of money twenty million dollars annually for air cause more and then if there is no opt out he would be paid only thirteen million over the final three years of the deal this is a guy who we just talked about leaders and voices in a clubhouse can certainly bring that to the padres who are hoping to contend his numbers they will tell you part of the story with hustler three eighteen batting average last season thirty one doubles 25 home runs 94 rbi but this is a guy that attack the game of baseball and that tenacity and intensity really the timely hitting that's one of the things that that made the royals so good those two years when they finally ended up winning the world series so if hawes murder has a fantastic five years and fits right in with the padres then maybe you know he opts out and there's different contract for him after five years he's he just finished up his twenty eight year old season so he's got a long way to go i'd love.
"hawes" Discussed on WJR 760
"Lot of people have done it kind to doubled down on the horse hawes and he's a good passer in owen we've gone with a theory that some teams have used to and that's don't give up to three in our pas get some points and other twopoint shots years their 3point shots doesn't take a genius to figure out you'd rather give him a to them to three and the percentage of you make insider probably higher that percentage outside to so it's a crapshoot but for us we're going to try to defend the three let our guys go oneonone with him down there and keep bringing people in that's one thing we have is the up that size thomas last jimenez said the purdue housed iggy and they were up by fourteen amman lib losing if the wire on what happened to produce during that stretch limit shot the ball as well in the last couple of games they've struggled at rutgers michigan almost got him the emmett shot the ball quite as well from a three i think that's because people have decided the guard to three and give up in ohio as his average in nineteen in last five games he was averaging like 15 before that but their 3point shooters especially edwards is struggled a little bit thompson has struggled a little bit lately in terms of arm they're ready good were really good are our trump in this game which are trump card what i'd i think the trump guard is the homecourt advantage a little bit but i also think it's uh in our dap i think oh speciale they're playing a lot of guys thirty minutes and we got a raanan do what we do and keep running guys in on hawes and try to wear him down so i'd say are depth is where uh you know is one of the trump cards and and you know we are shoot the ball well too you know we've at times we have shot while in losses we haven't shot while but and losses aren't tighten can't they haven't shot it will be hit it's not hard you're out everybody thinks it it's magical thing it's not but.
"hawes" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"Watching imas andy he our listeners let me just ask you one thing about this deep state nonsense when you talk to these guys you've interviewed these people who are theoretically part of this deep state that that steve bannon perpetuates that the president perpetuate there is a real danger to this because this is the kind of stuff that dictators do it's you know we saw in world war two we've seated in every genocide and i i know people get mad when we make these comparisons but the bottom line is when you undermine the court you undermine the media and then you undermined the the apparatus of the bureaucracy then you're telling people trust nobody bought me that's msnbc hawes leave l she and again comparing donald trump to a dictator how is that people say that with a straight face the man was elected we have a constitution with operational powers this is not nazi germany it's not even a europeanstyle democracy this is a constitutional republic a he is restricted by whom by the people so you mean unlike you've policies but a call him a dictator she's stupid lithuania's don't get elected dictate who have to deal with a free press you think ninety percent of the coverage adolf hitler was negative on me abroad and he got one little outlet paul fox news and a handful of other outlets that are conservative and people go crazy in obama spent eight years slamming fox news.
"hawes" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Use and vitamin d ninety nine it was estimated that one third or more of all us hospitals routinely reuse disposable medical devices that have been labelled and approved for one time chips and many hawes roldan healthcare professionals will dean them recyclable these are unbeknownst to patients hospitals either reprocessed that vices of cells or reuse them or send the instruments alto thirdparty four reprocessing they see doctors are not required to inform the patients that the recycle medical device will be used on then and there were no standards as of late 90s as to the number of times the device could be reprocessed the pages we easily built the same about whether medical device was new or recycled that is manufactured started to sell these singleuse medical devices back in the late seventies there was a demand for disposal products by hospitals and health care providers prior to this because you know glass metal rubber you know a they were expensive and disposable offered an easier way too you know here's something to dispose of it but then once welker medical costs started to skyrocket which they did him late 90s in the early 2000s and malpractice stirred skyrocket we saw that the people wanna do i guess skimp cut costs and yourself fairly recently medical devices recycling medical devices used for singleuse was a 20milliondollar hear the feedback that and the fda i believe by two thousand one had to come up with labelling recommendations had to get involved for singleuse devices that were reprocessed by third parties at hospitals and this was a guidance that the fda brought about and it's come along but basically they gave a lot of i guess recommendations on what should be done what requirements devices have to comply with now some of you will say oh my gosh that means i have been contaminated across contaminated not exactly okay to pitch some of you guys as fears at rest some single use equipment and this is where it gets tricky some single used to quit was not made of plastic they were made of things that were article evil that were sterilize 'able and so some of these companies marketed single use when it was very close to the same product that.
"hawes" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe
"Be with brit hermes i know there's always a values towards the most recent interviews because that's the one is you remember better but i think objectively that was a great interview it was very interesting even though i knew her story i didn't know a lot of the details plus that we were we were digging into the emotional as yeah what was that like to live through those moments i just for the quick background i mean you can go you could listen to the whole interview but she's a she's a former national go acid what wait what way at discover shortly after entering practices natural path at her entire profession was a scam uh basically and she had the courage and according to to extricate ourself meant the i'd great per not only hawes not easily yep and just an amazing amazing and her really brave and heroic story that she had the talent and so i'm not surprised that a lot of people connected to that interview and felt at the powerful us i also think a lot of times it's much more meaningful for us i think that it it speaks to the nature of the experience more when you hear it from the horse's mouth you know when you talk to an anti vac sarah who then understood the value of vaccination i think sometimes it can be such so much more effective than when you talk to somebody who has always understood the value of vaccination because there's an impasse fake angle to it that is sometimes missing and so for a lot of people i think brits story resonates.
"hawes" Discussed on KQED Radio
"A fast is a classic example of the young man drinking with what seems to be the approval of those around him only to develop slowly but surely into an alcoholic the first time really drunk i think hawes above fifteen 60 in highschool experimenting wanting to be a part of a group and somehow seemed to give me a lot of attention among my friends who have never experiment that's how i would say as touch did it sounds like a lot of your motivation to drink was about being cool being number one all us and by the way it come to think of it he said at the italian advertise involve all in air smoking clearly match the all advocacy narrow be on the tv you ever how via his coup and what we you drinking are the time i thought it wasn't really bad causes was cake two of them why not for me to gets really a corsican sat off with very little than tolerance growth is drinking more to get the same effect and then later shot tang this had to drink change how i feel so hungover or if you at by another bows lava fields one paper or want to forget and escape so i did nothing that fuels addiction and is that what you felt like you couldn't live with yourself without forgetting how you so within a very short time drinking chiefs thrown the defined cool team to something you do leave this elf it wasn't always this way alcohols being consumed according to different cultural and religious rules the thousands if he is still strictly adhere to in some societies and others like kenya these norms have relaxed almost all tribes at their own traditional thinking but it had some rule stupid people would drink a head h lee me had times an hour somehow that's was there now we were clung us the preach and will lead came the visa a culture walking mondaytofriday drinking friday's and perhaps they all need available find the thing to do for many people coping the story adopt henry reynolds which you had earlier comes from a book called trunks in american history hits author christa the fine and says as in present day kenya drinking in america quickly became commonplace most of the book of.
"hawes" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"The thing but counterattack hawes to get moved up and get to something semi reliable looks a little bit of a move up from this and lee stays raanan yeah probably would probably would do that okay met i'm okay okay thanks for the call my appreciate you joining us our mud madeleen eyes with us is it maddalena yeah it is good how can i help an old pass tried to be very quick 'cause it's a long story so we have moved countries and after eleven years leaving actually from europe i'm calling from poland's people used to leave an island and we had brought the over hundreds in fifty lok it's hard for me to say which curry he easy for you to convert i'll be speaking in euros so we brought over 100 and fifty times than yours by antius and you have balked at a building site in war so and uh we had this side with the uh before we are gonna build the highest 'cause we had some money we were to be given some my mom site built has we had decided on a achon mortgage airport hundreds and fifteen has and just to start off uh being abroad excuse me for someone years and where gone the ron and small business place school and and so we had an oath couldn't pace cool it yes we are hoping the month fate income from that is going to be on three has been starts denouncing mold but my little status to tell me what your main question is my main question is that we are at the moment we haven't opened the business yet and we are and we are running out of money we have only probably for another month and a half a were moving our emergency sean that the moment and we haven't started business yes as you mortgages eating out our saving so quickly and.
"hawes" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Seventy nine seventy three levels lose the b why you would exhibition here at the pit tonight on a on a real exciting evening iding while little fans never want to lose it never want to lose to be why you i think the majority of the walking out of here with a good feeling that i jeff soviet on hunter green i don't know what you expect the tonight with you this of what you expect it better than expected you know offensively it is better than i expected i did think we would love those with play as well offensively in that scoring they were able to get from log would in the pain i just thought that was what i would were where the big question mark with where we gotta get the points in the pay it log was able to produce those i thought it was more than i expected and i thought there were some really good things we saw from guys that we had seen i think you're going to love what you get from it no jackson and i think you're gonna love from troy for from gerard sign simon's defensively start so much dozen this was one of the plays that i think really electrified local fans here the tonight night you've got it down here come's tj hawes of the frontcourt stolen by cited salvador down your child's temperature snow don't sign it fifty to forty two pickpocket in jail the big play and i thought he did a lot in you mentioned his length he's got you've got a thick body it is a basketball player you know the fight of as a guard right he's a basketball player he's a basketball play those sponsors tonight on on on any of these but if we had a player the game for the mexico it would be an obvious whenever they sam log with for sure he had 23 points uh eat meat probably quake the most minutes tied with first thing or or twenty six excuse me simon's fake 28 minutes this pace it's it was a foul trouble yeah and that's robbi why otherwise he would have probably pretty 28 minutes but at this pace i can't see a guy play more than twenty eight minutes being effective but they played eleven guy all eleven players played tonight but the biggest for me out of.
"hawes" Discussed on The Filmcast
"We are i spent a lot of the first viewing of dunkirk trying to figure out what was actually going on for aiding the enemy and you know like what what time secret through and whatever and it took away from the movie experience for me that's how new budget you'll halt performance a significant portion of time trying to figure out what he was doing and i didn't really what whatever you can say about it though he really went for it is a performance he really like and he tried something really really different than injuries ever done before and you got to admire someone for giving that a shot but yeah didn't it didn't work me how 'bout you what did you think i really it's definitely like grading lic let's a thing or giga you get to take that character in small doses but i i think jason hawes a fantastic actor one of my favorite actress right now in this is just it is so atl fg field it is so weird so strange like i i couldn't help it enjoy it and a complete like when that character is just like put together with all the other and sandy in this movie like it's it's just really worked it's a very bongino character i can't see that character existing in any movie outside of one he had directed by punching oh yeah yeah uh any of the thoughts as i do wanna get out that there is one moment that people really liked in the movie that again almost none of the corporate stuff worked for me at all but uh.