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Hypocrites in Government Are Not Mandating Vaccinations in the White House

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:05 min | 2 months ago

Hypocrites in Government Are Not Mandating Vaccinations in the White House

"I'm not going to provide that and we're not mandating it. That's your government that is the head of the executive branch spokesperson spokesperson of the head of the executive branch of government. We're not gonna and it but in the military we will dishonorably discharged you if you get thousands of young people across the country as part of turning point. Usa who were largely abandoned by adults in charge have lost their livelihoods and are not able to go to college this semester. They should have just went to go work in the biden white house. You need to get a vaccine passport to go to a restaurant in new york city. You don't need a vaccine passport to go into the white house who in the white house is not vaccinated. You say if we had a real press they would have an entire investigative arm over the weekend we would know every single person who is in who is vaccinated and not vaccinated right now in the white house. People would be leaking and tattling on each other. Jen psaki vaccinated jen psaki. I think as a mother. Maybe she doesn't want to get vaccinated. Does jen psaki knows something about it. If trump was still in the white house there'd be an unvaccinated list it'd be published would-be trending on twitter. How is this not with massive outraged by the vaccine mandates themselves. What is built a blasios opinion of this. He's a big vaccine mandate or does he know the white house isn't mandating it does build a blasios mandate for his staff in the new york. City mayor's office. Meanwhile the former head of the nsa michael hayden says we need to send the unvaccinated back to afghanistan. That's the former head of the nsa. You have rulers that are bragging and saying out loud that they don't live under the same rules as you

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Why Should We Care What Valerie Jarrett Thinks?

Mark Levin

01:23 min | 3 months ago

Why Should We Care What Valerie Jarrett Thinks?

"Up Valerie Jarrett. He's probably making a fortune you know, doing something spewing Hayden Marxism. They found her Valerie Jarrett on M s LSD. She's on there today. What a lineup. They have their over at M s LSD. Even a bigger freak show than CNN. Although I mean it's close. And they want to know if she favors mandating vaccines. Now why do we care? Valerie Jarrett supports mandating vaccines. She had her way She'd be mandating that everybody vote. Democrat. But she's all for it. So it's important that we hear from her cut 10 go. I'm all for mandating it, but I know here in this country. It's tough to mandate things, but I think what we can do is doctor saw said and say, Look, if you want the independence to make your own decision, fine. We're not going to let you come to major sporting events are schools losing money, even though cities are not requiring vaccines with students come back on campus, and so we're balancing Our rights of freedom with public health, and we don't need your help on balancing anything because you're out of bounds. You're out of balance your unfair and unbalanced. Valerie Jarrett. That's what we all turned to when we went into. How do we balance freedom with vaccines? Any other things you want to mandate, Valerie. What else do you want to mandate?

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It Doesn’t Take a Rock of Science To Figure It Out

Beach Too Sandy, Water Too Wet

03:16 min | 4 months ago

It Doesn’t Take a Rock of Science To Figure It Out

"At least as. I'm a longtime listener from canada. I really love the podcast looking at the screen protector and couldn't help the giggle when i read this review. So this is a of the bazo three pack. Teepee you soft screen. Basil's jeff visas be zeo. Unfortunately it's the knockoff. But it is on amazon for lg velvet five g maximum coverage hd clear precise whole position questionable what fingerprint support fingerprints. This a computer. Now it is a an. Lg velvet five g. cellular telephones okay. Twelve ninety nine scratch resistant. Soft fiber length thousand two hundred ninety nine one thousand two hundred ninety nine for those jitterbug. No no. it's a screen. Protector what are we talking about. Oh i it's a cellular device. Sorry bays of three pack teepee. You saw the beginning four. Lg velvet all five g and it has like. I didn't listen to anything until june. So sorry there's so many they get lost. It is a screen protector. scratch resistant. soft fiber layer twelve dollars and ninety nine cents. Okay so screen protectors. Do you remember the jitterbug though And i remember the commercials very well numbers man. Those were those were days are now called lively. Really they still sell yeah hammer. They also had like crickets. But those were before cricket. Wireless came along which i thought was an unfortunate. Then don't get me started on the cricket machine. There's a lotta creek remember that time. I read a cricket review in the new kirk review. What yours was about actual insects. And you're like we get the same review although it was actually. Yeah that was. A weird moment happens when i listened back to our okay. This is a review. It's a one view. Sorry at least it's been sitting on pins and needles is entire time. This is a view by hayden. It's a verified purchase called. it's not worth the money. I was expecting the screen protector to only be a stick on piece of paper not too happy about that one but it does go on nice and easy to install doesn't take a it really took me by surprise but it does go on nice and easy easy to install doesn't take a rocket science to figure it was like. Oh jesus okay this one this one would have been good for your idiom challenge. Like false wrong idioms. Yes rock of science is. I don't think i've ever heard that before. Rock of science doesn't take a rocket science to figure that one i wish it was a little bit thicker for a screen protector. Not worth the money. Definitely not one sir. Good science is just like the most ironic statement of all. Because it's like this doesn't take so simple that it doesn't take a science go sequel to school of

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The case for co-ops, the invisible giant of the economy | Anu Puusa [TEST]

TED Talks Daily

07:31 min | 5 months ago

The case for co-ops, the invisible giant of the economy | Anu Puusa [TEST]

"Wow i get to do that a lot around here. It's finally someone else's turn. So yes i happen to marital wonderful man named ted which is pretty rare in finland where i'm from. It's not a typical finnish name at. Aw trust me i myself. I'm a business professor. And i love teaching but you know what my students are fed up. They have really fed up. With the way the business is growing the environment and making wealth inequality was and putting money and profits above all else. And what really makes them mad is when i tell them about the cooperative movement the angry because once they understand how cooperatives they feel like a secret solution has been kept hayden before i tell you more about why cooperative sauce so great. I want to explain what they are. A corporate. dave is an organization that is owned by its members who are also its customer and decision maker and unlike most businesses where certain owners can buy more power and influence in a corporate day of every member has one vote which was the revolutionary idea back when the model was first introduced a regular mind not dimension a woman with no significant means or prestigious position in the society as an owner and partner in business on heard of perhaps it's still a bit revolutionary. Copa dave's exist in a sweet spot between the for profit and nonprofit worlds. They uniqueness is based on the idea of duality. They have two distinct but complementary roles on one hand they act like any other business and try to make money but on the other hand cooperatives are and do so much more they are scented enterprises run by and for then members and they tried to achieve economical but also social and cultural goes to benefit those members who are just regular people like you and me and what has happened for. Almost two hundred years is that cooperatives have proven to make decisions with a view across generations instead of quarter to quarter to benefit more people and wells in communities that might not otherwise attract investment while. Still being competitive and innovative. Sounds pretty good right. I guess that's why. At the end of a clause the other day student all red and chest up basically shouted at me of always been a straight a student. Done all the work read. All the books are now you telling me that all my life. I've missed hearing about a movement with this magnitude. I get this a lot. The organized corporate they've movement started in eighteen forty four with the russia's society of equitable pioneers. This was a group of weavers and artisans who are of desperation. Opened a store together to sell things that they could neither get nor afford alone. The cooperative movements from there and became a global phenomenon. Many of the modern day credit unions and farm credit systems. You see in. North america are descendants of the famous cooperative reiffeisen system in germany and here in finland. A man named hanis gephardt is considered to be the father of the finnish cooperative movement in the nineteenth century. He introduced cooperatives to help. People tackle debt poverty and unemployment. It turns out. This is the foundation opo country known for its democratic values high quality education and the happiness of its citizens and this line of impact of cooperative movement can be found in other places in the world to. I'm proud to say that invalided terms. Finland is one of the most cooperative countries in the world. We have about five point. Five million people who have over seven million memberships in cooperatives. That's run everything from groceries to banks each time. I stop at grocery cooperative. When i feel in my guest tank edo jointly owned restaurant. Stay at a hotel or buy clothes. Ohad west of i could bonuses. That can be up to five percent. And when i pay with bank card get an additional half percent off and i know that win. The copa davis doing well. It's not funding a single person's luxury vacation in the bahamas every year. A governance body comprised of elected representatives decides. How any operating surplus will be used. Some of the money will go back to the members. For example this year all consume the corporate dave boyer's caroline also or beco- or as we call it it's part of the group is the biggest corporate of croup in finland. They had a so close of two percent or members purchases and twelve percent return on money invested. When you add up the savings and the return my family received more than two thousand years back which is more than we spend on groceries in one month not to mention that across race above seven percent cheaper than its main competitor. i'm a member owner intrigue cooperatives and my husband has four memberships consumer a bank an insurance and water cooperative. We have two beautiful girls who are ten and twelve years old. And they're also member owners of the s group then. Memberships caused us one hundred euros. Each we want to pass on the legacy and teach them about the benefits of corporate gives early on and of course they're very happy about the yearly interest on cooperative capital. But it's just about us getting money back. It's about the greater good for our community. I'm not only talking about taxes and employment. Our consumer cooperative is the biggest employer in the area. I'm talking about support for young people. Sports arts university and cultural events for example as a member of the board of beco- or a few years ago we agreed to build a sports hall fully exa which is a nearby city here in the eastern part of finland belonging to our cooperatives operational area after we built it. The city signed a very long term rental agreement with us so financially investment made sense and of course it was a major gesture to the local people who not have proper facilities to do all kinds of sports in another case. We ended up rejecting the investment proposal regarding building a senior house downtown. The idea was very good one but we declined because it was the big hosting complex requiring a lot of capital with low expected investment return that would only serve a small part of the membership less than one percent of our over one hundred thousand members and therefore we decided against it

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Northwestern Students, Faculty Protest Hiring of AD

Chicago's Afternoon News

00:42 sec | 6 months ago

Northwestern Students, Faculty Protest Hiring of AD

"Were out protesting this afternoon over the new athletic director Mike Polski. He's been deputy athletic director since 2010. He was named as a defendant in a federal sexual harassment lawsuit filed filed by a former cheerleader earlier this year. There's more from WGN's Kelly Davis. He is one of four people cited in a sexual harassment lawsuit filed by Northwestern Cheerleader Hayden Richardson senior says cheerleaders were sexually exploited and claims that the school ignored her complaints. She specifically states that Felicity accused her of fabricating evidence. Six female faculty members sent an open letter demanding greater transparency, and they led a protest outside the university president home today. Public schools could lose some

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Toddler out of medical coma after Chicago road rage shooting

WGN Programming

00:30 sec | 7 months ago

Toddler out of medical coma after Chicago road rage shooting

"Rage incident last week on Lake Shore Drive is getting better more from WGN's Bob Kessler after being shot in the head, 21 month old Kayden Swan's been removed from a medically induced coma but remains in critical condition. Dr Marcelo Mala Kuti of Lurie Children's Hospital said Saturday he remains on a ventilator to help with his breathing and continues to demonstrate positive improvements. Police have said the shooting happened after one driver would not let another enter a lane of traffic. Hayden was riding in a car driven by his grandfather, Bob Kessler,

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Pandemic Has Many Small Museums At Risk Of Closing Permanently

Morning Edition

01:02 min | 7 months ago

Pandemic Has Many Small Museums At Risk Of Closing Permanently

"Has devastated the art sector and hundreds of small museums are trying to keep from having to close forever. Here's NPR's Nina Kravinsky. One of the largest collections of paintings from Harlem. Renaissance artist Palmer C. Hayden is on the third floor of a Macy's and alleys. Crenshaw District We are pretty small, Museum Micro Museum, hyper local and community based museum. That's key should do, Miss Heath. The director of the African American Art Museum that's tucked away on the top floor of the department store. Their doors have been closed for over a year, even though the Macy's has been open for most of that time. Because it's classified is retail under Al is reopening plan, but the museum is an entertainment space. So that means no gift shop sales, no events and no visitors wandering up and leaving a donation while they're there. In the usual year that money fuels a lot of their programming, and we don't run very well on empty this past year, they've had to rely on grants and donations to keep from closing their doors for good. They're not

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The Steelers cut Steven Nelson

Behind the Steel Curtain

03:28 min | 7 months ago

The Steelers cut Steven Nelson

"Want wanna start this show with stephen nellis fallout but not just steven nelson steven nelson and the steelers fallout. A lot of people were asking me. Ask the people on twitter saying. Hey gimme your questions. A lot of questions came about steven nelson. Because steven nelson was released from the steelers on tuesday and there is speculation. About what are they going to do with the eight million dollars a day saved. There's a lot of questions about what are they going to do. At the cornerback position There was a lot of questions just in general what happened. Why did they cut nelson. Why did they not cut hayden. Why there's we have more questions than we have answers. Let's put it that way. But the one thing i want to talk about is that where did the steelers go after this where the steelers go after. The news is already coming. Let's be honest. we knew this was coming. If you were if you listened. I said it other people on our platform said it. When steven nelson was granted the request to search for trade. He was as good as gone. The reason being is that no one in their right mind. Excuse me no one in their right mind meaning other. Nfl personnel would have put in a trade request when they knew that the steelers. We're going to cut him anyways. They knew they were going to release in. They knew they needed to salary cap space. They knew that he was the one that they were going to be. Getting rid of so. Why in the world would anyone put in a trade with you. Know he's going to be on the free market. The only team that would is if they're unbelievably needy for a cornerback in a have the draft capital trade. That didn't happen when it didn't happen over the weekend. I said it was going to be released and here. We are on tuesday. And that's exactly what happened. He was released. So i don't think this is necessarily nelson was underperforming. That hayden is better. I literally think this came down to finances. I think he came down to that. He saved them more money now. Mark volley of the athletic recently went on ninety three seven the fan in pittsburgh and said that he does not feel the steelers going to put money back into the team. I kind of disagree with that. I disagree with that for a couple of reasons number one. I think they already had about three million dollars in cap space. That's important to know. Prior to cutting steven nelson steven nelson gets cut. Now at eight million more simple math tells you that's eleven million dollars now when you have eleven million dollars you can sit on it. You're gonna need about three million to sign your draft picks yet you're gonna have to pay out injuries and things like that but they could still go out there and find someone they could still go out there and find a free agent. I'm pointing to the center physician mainly saying if they could just find a center there still are some serviceable centers out there on the open market. They could just find the center and they could be on their way to really shaping this team really and i said it before. I said it on my monday. Show if you missed it go back and check it out my. Let's ride podcasts on monday. I actually liked the way. This team is starting to take shape. I really do people want change in. You're getting it but sometimes it's not the change that you want or necessarily expect that doesn't mean that it's bad change. Sometimes there's change just for the sake change and sometimes there's changed for the better. I think so far. The news made and some of them. You know losing bud depre- losing by hilton losing tyson. Our wallet losing matt feiler. Oh those players. That's not changed that they could control the salary. Cap goes the one eighty two point five. They can't control that.

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"hayden" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

04:21 min | 7 months ago

"hayden" Discussed on Uncommon

"Yeah yeah last question for you. He could have a billboard anywhere. Would it victoria. Where would where would it be. Okay over to say okay In victoria shit. Melba whether you probably like what's a really public place what's like fed square. Something arkan like unnoticed as a new on. What's new but it's always been but it used to be still now. It's digital wraparound board. Yeah and it's only when you turn right from security right onto linda's up. The young jackson had to be the most prominent billboard. Now that the one on punt road when you go under the bridge at yeah that is a good place it would either be just the words just bay or really. Put me on the ellen watson maybe just like this is an idea like these woods or an idea just to like gets people sort of like no like sort of like. Oh well. that's actually true. That's just an idea. Maybe something along those lines obviously have to like contemplate something. That's like narrow that down to something. That's really simple like actually yeah. Good ones aways hard one that is a toughie. I've been thinking about a a decent amount recently. I do 'cause mainly because billboards asserted shape to buy at the moment in terms of placement always wondered. What could you get away with putting on actually aric. I would arkansas put on something like you are and then like underscore a like that. Because then it's like you could take that as two ways like you are and then like people would be like okay you this. You're that but the thing is the real thing behind is eua as in. You just saw like there is no thing nothing no thing that can actually still i. Yeah no thing. Nothing is everything. Everything is comprised of nothing because everything comes from nothing and nothing comes from every everything. Nothing house exactly. Yeah haydn coming in. This is going very quickly very very very enjoyed this being like looking at the time like shit. This guy's a cup runs. F really really quick business expense not really anyway wadey. Won't people to find nowadays. Well you can find me on youtube. Believe it or not Hayden pederson is my name my instagram hails underscore pederson and those are the two platforms Mainly passed on but always trying to produce more on tiktok and everything so just getting the ball rolling kind of thing but youtube is my main thing. Because that's what i love. So this year i guess we can say a little more of you know opera. I'm sorry yeah i've never been submitting pitted meaning lockdowns. Yeah well even say you'll say more of me fisher haydn pederson coming on. Thanks for having me jordan makalakalane ladies. Thanks this heightened pederson and.

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"hayden" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

04:19 min | 7 months ago

"hayden" Discussed on Uncommon

"The that's actually a perfect way of explaining. I think that stoicism is a great way to get people who sorry engrossed in themselves into mindfulness which is the transition to becoming birth selfless and selfish at the same time which is becoming is what you are. Yeah because the stoic heavily influenced by your asia and sort of that indian subcontinent area when it came to philosophy. It's really read a book recently at a basically covers the history of stoicism And how it came about. It's really interesting to read like the initial ideas of like though different six if that makes sense like you would have in buddhism hinduism christianity. There's different groups of people and they all believe in different things. This is one guy who was super wealthy but at least one day a week a one month one week a month would live like a beggar on the street. Yeah like just stuff like that. This is experiencing all one guy who for a with only eight like the equivalent of oatmeal and nothing else..

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"hayden" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

05:57 min | 7 months ago

"hayden" Discussed on Uncommon

"It's going to be business marketing for a topic that we covered in the episode at all with love your support. I would help us in developing the intellect around the series but without going into much longer. Let's get back into this episode. Have you read that book by the guy who wrote about flow states many books. Yeah the way it's on. It's on Amazon chick wish wish list Regularly like every now and then like a couple times a yoga. And i give cod and you should see my bedside table at the moment. There's like twenty bucks on a really. Yeah i'm looking at like you'll shelf here you've already. There's a lot that i've added to. This is quite a few actually. I wanted to read like Who's the guy karl marx roy down maxim socialism etc raid that or to read hitler's book. Read like the book on the chinese communist party. You love reading. Yeah interesting interesting stuff. so what. I've got a question for you actually when it comes to reading. How do you know that they're telling the truth You know exactly. I'm not saying exactly exactly. It's more like i'm not saying that reading is bad. Reading is amazing. Information is amazing but inflammation is only knowledge if you can apply in your life. Yeah i think I read for now every night. It's amazing i will buy different themes in areas that i believe that. Can i can immediately apply to my life. Right now So in the past. I used to buy and this is when you go through. That sort of self help Reading book sides in utah. Point where you dislike. What the fuck manages the same old shit in another way. The thing is just like information from different person. So what a cream onto is like. It's it's people's opinions. So you're you're putting your own self love in you're trusting that in the idea of a randoms opinion that you don't like it's basically nothing. So and that's why like buddhism and all of that this sort of philosophy of nothingness if you can get down to nothingness that's ultimately self love because it's it re it doesn't it's a it's detached from everything and detachment knees. Love so you would you would Quite like this guy. Navarro revel conte. He's sort of like the. They say he's just like a a walking tool of wisdom of the guys utterly fascinating and he's read He regularly talks about the the buddhism book that talks about the prince buddha the guy who became supposedly buddha in nepal tibet wherever was and he made a point that has changed the way i read probably two years ago..

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"hayden" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

01:41 min | 7 months ago

"hayden" Discussed on Uncommon

"Hi my name is hayden. Pederson and this is uncommon. Uncommon is a production by neural an agency that helps brands and talent. Tell this story to learn more. Just visit neural dot com. That's any a double a. Dot com my guest this week. I hadn't pedestal indian photographer. Filmmaker creator youtube. Yes it's the same. It's it's fatal. Hot minute in it. So i mean we've gotta talk about the highest. But probably one of the best openers found when i was going through all those questions was potatoes potato. All here. We go again. How do you like your potatoes if you write them one to four. How did this question. Did someone say this. This is how do people know that hey potatoes. This is a old heightened pederson main did we not do we cover this on the previous poker. Yeah yeah ok okay. Well actually. i'll have developed as a man since you're since last poker together in fact i actually daren't mind potatoes now. I used to hate them with a passion. But now it's like i can go from mack. His fries potato all the way up to just like your typical normal potato. But aren't like mac like jack et cetera. But yell just go with that. I don't like mashed potato so if we look at them.

"hayden" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:36 min | 9 months ago

"hayden" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"And throughout the last two weeks, we've given you this date in Mother ship history and on this date in 2000 and seven It was a rainy Miami gardens with the Indianapolis Colts, led by Peyton Manning, and the Chicago Bears, led by Rex Grossman, Grossman and the Bears actually hung in this game in the fourth quarter, It was only a five point lead for nd 22 to 17. They were nearing midfield with Rex Grossman decided to launch a pass to the Far sideline. It did not go well, the turning point of the Super Bowl here it is for this date in Super Bowl history except 21 in a first baseman. About here. He's intercepted picked off by Kelvin Hayden Hayden still running inside the 20 and Hayden. They run it back all the way he does. Kelvin Hayden Chicago. He's been trying these double moves all day long, and they have not gotten close to working at any time that Woz, Jim Nance and Phil Simms on CBS. It was the backbreaker. It was a five point colts lead. Bears had the ball with 11 minutes to play that pick six made it 29 to 17. And that was the final score. It was one of four.

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What does it mean to give land back to Indigenous communities?

Unreserved

06:07 min | 9 months ago

What does it mean to give land back to Indigenous communities?

"Today on the show land back to words that have become popular at rallies gatherings and protests across canada. But how easy is it to just give land back to indigenous communities turns out this very simple phrase opens up a lot more questions that clay that that creator used to construct our bodies. This is part of who we are. And i think that there's sort of naturalization that the land is already gone and there's nothing that can be done about it and we know that that's not true more and more people ask. How can i give back to indigenous people. What can i do to reciprocate. That's today on unreserved. One of the loudest and most frequent demands of indigenous people in the relationship with settlers is for the return of the land. That's a quote from land back. An in-depth report about the ongoing dispossession of indigenous lands in canada and indigenous. People are doing to get it back. Land was published by the yellow had institute. A first nation led think tank based at ryerson university in toronto hayden kings. The executive director of the yellow had institute. he's finished nabi from beausoleil first nation and he joins me now hayden. Welcome nice to be here. Nice to have you. So why did you want to write this report. You read the quote. It's very long. Demand by indigenous people may the loudest demand in a relationship with canadians has been for land restitution for honoring treaties for getting the land. Back in i think every generation or so this demand results in conflict. And i think that we could sort of see that coming. And we taking our direction from people on the ground on the blockade enforcing indigenous jurisdiction and really just taking direction from those folks and they were telling us that that we need some resources analysis some research to really help push the cases for Forgetting the land back. And when we're talking about colonization in canada do you think it ultimately is a conversation about land. Colonization has many facets wide reaching and affects every aspect of our lives as indigenous people. But i think you know you trace all the policy areas or all the areas of life in a relationship between canadians and indigenous people and they all sort of go back to the same place which is which is back to the theft of land dispossession of of indigenous people from the land. And all the sort of socio economic challenges that we see in contemporary canada. I think they all go back to that. And i know that there are some instances of of communities actually getting land back And you point to those in the report. Can you tell us a bit about that. There has been this concerted effort over the past century or two to shape a narrative that land dispossession is natural. That it sort of happened that at that is over now need to move on and figure out how you're going to live your life as a canadian with all the benefits that are afforded the canadians. And and i think that there's this sort of naturalization that the land is already gone And there's nothing that can be done about it and we know that that's not true. Historically we know that our ancestors fought for the land we know that people in our communities are fighting for the land. And so it's not a foregone conclusion in an integral part of the land back for us was to to really show that there are communities out there across the country that are actually asserting jurisdiction to the land and enforcing their jurisdiction. It's really important to talk about those cases into show other communities that know the narrative that candidates spinning land is gone. And you're never gonna get back is is wrong. It's false it's a lie. It's a myth and there are all these communities out there that are that are actually getting it back telling those stories or those stories. I think is important to show communities that they can do that. Too and there are alternatives to wet What candidate tells us as possible. Inland back the report. You right There is a stubborn insistence canada. The provinces and territories that they own the land. Can you tell us what you mean by that. There's this long history of canada and canadians sort of mythology ising the emergence of the country. I think there's this narrative that settlers came here and they met indigenous people and there was a for trade and treaties were made and everything everyone got along well and and out of those treaties indigenous people agreed to give the land canadians. And you know next thing you know. There's this this country in all these provinces in and and that's that but that's not the story that indigenous people know the story that indigenous people know as settlers coming and tricking indigenous people negotiating treaties. And then writing down versions. That weren't agreed to in in the text of those treaties and there hasn't really been an effort by canadians to grapple with this deceit. That was really the origin of the relationship and we have mountains of evidence weather. It's the record versions of oral negotiations of treaties or written versions of treaties. That were written at the time of of treaty negotiation that tell us that that indigenous people never accepted this this deal in so we have this country that that road is a constitution that empowered itself to expand westward empowered itself to create legislatures and courts in multiple entire legal systems without actually getting the permission or even a sheeting with indigenous people. And i think that that's a huge gap in canada's legitimacy legitimacy to claim that it's a that it's a sovereign state that has this exclusive authority over all this territory when when indigenous people still very much

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Is Tatum On A Path To Win Mvp This Year?

The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

01:03 min | 10 months ago

Is Tatum On A Path To Win Mvp This Year?

"I love most about this game. All of Hayden's minutes was easy, right? Like before was wide open. He could just walk to the basket. He could pull up cuz guys are stretched back. Like they just put great lineups out there to complement and then I got to say this there's a path this year the Jayson Tatum winning MVP there really is I mean, you look at the on-off numbers you think of off the team looks like offensively without them with him. I think it's up to close to nineteen points per 100 possessions a different in the team's net rating on the floor versus off the floor you think of how injured the team and they could be a two seed, you know, maybe a one seed probably a to seat is more likely and all of a sudden you have a pretty good narrative their Jayson Tatum save this team while they were horrible than injured. They ended up having a great year and look at what does he have two game winning shots and eight games now at that rate he has a pretty good narrative there. Now, there's always going to be a ton of competition, but is he at least job? Picture guys, I don't even think you can deny

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Everything we know about Marvel’s Disney+ series

Doug Stephan

00:35 sec | 10 months ago

Everything we know about Marvel’s Disney+ series

"Disney dropped a treasure trove of news. They will really so much new content across their marvel Star Wars in Pixar brands. I gotta break it up over two of these segments. Driving the most excitement are the 10 New Star Wars Syriza coming to Disney Plus, including spinoffs from the Man DeLorean, Clone Wars and Rogue one A. Lando, Cal Rizzi in series and the Shocker while we've known about the Obi Wan Kenobi thing for some time, What we didn't know is that Hayden Christianson is returning to play Darth Vader. Wow, Also the next Star Wars movie will be directed by Patty Jenkins called Rogue Squadron and it arrives in 2023.

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US Army Soldier Accused Of Abducting, Fatally Shooting Fort Drum Soldier After Body Found In New Jersey

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:39 sec | 10 months ago

US Army Soldier Accused Of Abducting, Fatally Shooting Fort Drum Soldier After Body Found In New Jersey

"An army soldiers in custody in connection with the death of fellow soldier whose body was found in new jersey. Instigators in new jersey are looking into shooting death of. us army corp. hayden harris harris. Who is from. Tennessee was stationed at fort drum in upstate. New york and was last heard from on thursday night. The army says he was headed to watertown new york for a vehicle transaction. Harris's body was found on saturday in a wooded area of bairam township new jersey. I assistant sussex county prosecutor. Gregory miller says harris was meeting fellow soldier. Jamal mellish and believes mellish abducted and killed harris. Mellish is being held in new york with charges

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Much-Hyped News Startup 'The Correspondent' Closes 15 Months After Launch

Media Voices

03:22 min | 11 months ago

Much-Hyped News Startup 'The Correspondent' Closes 15 Months After Launch

"There was one new story dominated twitter discourse this week. I think it's important that we kinda flag up white so important so hayden christensen is back. Staff fada in disney plus new won't kanobi spent also the correspondent has announced its closure so before we get. I mean i've never seen a page of notes this long for one of our votes so peter. Why don't you take us through all of the nets. All of the notes. Finish you explain the correspondent closing you sitting comfortably. This is really sad this. Is you know we talked a media crushes and this is definitely be of my media. Crushes for a long time yet. You need to disclose about the you subscribe. Yeah i'm going to talk about. Because i think it has direct. I'm responsible. My behavior is indicative of a certain course of behaviors that i think of impacted the course one. Let me start with death. Correspond correspond was a dutch news. Launched in two thousand thirteen or Yeah it launched off over kurt funded campaign reseau indoors. Which team was massive. The success of the dutch say in sort of inspired the guys to to another kurt funding campaign in two thousand eighteen degrees two point sex mowing dolls to launch english language. Version of the correspondent called that correspond which be massively excited. The tame i said contribute to all campaign. They had this. I mean the idea of debt. Correspond correspondent is idea the titling the us was on breaking news. And it's us. John nauseam approach. Thank you see in magazines delayed gratification. That taught toys has has has delivered on tree member funded those transparency in the report in the really involved the journalists wealthy audience who you could actually correspond with it. John member owned thing. Isn't it not own. But certainly the funding dire from members when the defunding campaign the code funding company in two thousand eighteen. The go along. Us and florence was involved. thought legals. i'm trying to remember some of the names but they were very. Us in jail. Jay rosen was did not charter through the member. The member puzzle project and and it was clear that they were targeting. The us market distinguished publishing market. So very clearly. That's where they wanted them. Embassy come from Bought the impression was given that they were going to have a new york piece. I think John toast moved to new york and it was just cannot overcome until medica idea and then it transpired the well going to america that they were going to run most of it from hall where the original headquarters where they didn't they have to just while we're talking about facts and they actually apologize basically saying that they eventually. Yeah i was going to eventually. They misled

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Tangle and Headcorn Go To Battle

Bedtime Stories With Nennis And Douglas

06:11 min | 11 months ago

Tangle and Headcorn Go To Battle

"Hi story eights cold tongo an headcorn go tab bottle. It don't glisten there are two farms coal whores ball lot of poll gentle slope farm boy. The foot of love burst doc. Mountain and pepin farm next to the metals gentle slope farm is run by former on pepin farm farmer corn even though they do similar jobs and have quite similar farms in many ways the to thaw murders have nothing in common fucked. They are quite competitive. All ways arguing about who grows the best vase or who offstage date the best. The who has the most powerful tractor. Who's hayden later tastiest eggs or who has the best rubber boots any. Can you care to mention farmers. Tongo acorn will argue a bow and troy on coke heat with each other of bolton nothing invasive whole world may the more competitive done yearly ploughing contest. Pay was widened. Both farmers would take their tours and plows into the same failed on. Say who could play the earth up in the nativist law and end the quickest towing possible sort of rice way. You have to be very neat and very goad tractor. Driver of the contest would swap around every year while year on gentle slope arm. The next all pippen farm. Wow this year. The ploughing contest walls pippi held on farmer. Had headquarters pippen. Barb on him won't win it aven more than hey usually dade which walls odd about two hundred pay poll from the town had come down to watch and man that were tencent stolz setting cakes and multiples of toy tractors and even roy on some of the far machinery bought the nine attraction. Was the plowing called. Tash te on the rules were as follows. Both farmers must start at opposite ends on opposite soy of the same failed. And i most plowing. Who's bach unforced. And tell one is the first to get all their rows across to the middle of the field in the judges will compare. The rose are the farmer who gets to middle thirst hamas the house then they wayne if they get to the middle i on the author of farmers still has a nate. Ace rose that and they author farmer. When's three o'clock. Thumbers tangle and had corn up enter their two tractors which were parked in the yard. Falmer tarn goals was orange with a white cop and former headquarters was purple with a green cobb age gave each other one last stare before heading note opposite ends of the big failed very long. Gothard a long walden sullied most of them leaning on the stonewall some of them set in on each other's shoulders to watch the main george mayor dobbin storage on the judging platform with his big hooter on hayes. Mega thal on farmers ready. Both tangle on headcorn revved today engines of bear trotters on poulton levers in their that lower plowing blades into the her then So the mayor. The oath bars gently pushed their feet down on. The accelerators of air tractors

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How Mental Health Affects Life Insurance: An Interview with Laura Boylan

The Mental Health and Wealth Show

03:54 min | 11 months ago

How Mental Health Affects Life Insurance: An Interview with Laura Boylan

"I'm chatting with laura boylan head of underwriting solutions for hayden life insurance agency as the head of underwriting solutions at haven life insurance agency which is backed and wholly owned by mass mutual and has a fully digital life insurance new business process she works to get their processes straight and does so much for the company. She lives deep in the weeds of medical behavioral and financial risk data with a laser focus on execution in operational optimization. Lorries laura's studied applied mathematics at harvard. College and his fellow the society of actuaries. Thanks for coming on the show. Laura thank you so much for having me. I'm very excited to be here. Yes i'm so excited to demystify some things around mental health and life insurance and also just provide this as a resource for some people who may not know what life insurance is how it can help so first. Let's dive right in say you know. Can you share. What exactly is life insurance. And how does it work to life. Insurance is a financial instrument that is used to provide financial support insecurity. If somebody passes away so i'm really common use case. Is that apparent. Get a life policy so if something happened to them their spouse and children would be taken care of financially. There are a few different types of life insurance. The most common and simplest type is called term insurance and essentially you pay a fixed amount of money every month or every year for a set period of time ten years twenty years and if you within that timeframe a benefit amount is paid out your beneficiary and just like car insurance. If you don't die in the timeframe your policy ends you. Don't get your money back but you did have peace of mind. During that period out there are much more complicated types of life insurance their permanent policies that last your whole life not just a term period and those come in flavors like whole life and universal life and variable universal life. The complexity can really increase dramatically. Additionally there are different ways the policies can be underwritten and that impacts the price that someone's gonna pay for a policy on one end of the spectrum. You have fully underwritten policy which is tailored to individual risk Usually takes a little bit more effort to apply and get approved but ends up having the cheapest premiums you can have a simplified issue policy where the evaluation and reselection as much simpler. But you pay a little bit more for the convenience you can have a group policy which is typically what's offered through an employer where entire group of people are evaluated based on their aggregate risk. You can have guaranteed issue where there isn't any underwriting and he can get it but it's typically limited too much lower face amounts in higher premiums and then there are some differences in the type of benefits that are paid so our term product haven life is a term product that covers most causes of death. They're also accidental death policies. That only cover you if you die from an accident and not a disease. So those are some of the major differentiator is between various types of policies. Understand so life. Insurance is a tool that can be used to protect families financially. If the breadwinner passes way if a major source of income is suddenly gone. Can you explain a little bit. The difference between whole life and term and the pros and cons. I know that's kind of a lot. But just curious for our audience. A brief discussion on a. It's a really important question. I personally have term life coverage. It's a great solution for someone who's looking for the most affordable protection for their family and only has a limited need so if you want coverage to cover the length of your mortgage or will you have kids living in the home but you might not necessarily have an ongoing need once your kids are in college and mortgage is

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Austin-based company developing coronavirus vaccine

Austin's Morning News

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Austin-based company developing coronavirus vaccine

"Been playing part in President Trump's search for a covert 19 vaccine notice Operation Warp speed and Austin Public Health director Stephanie Hayden says the city has been performing test runs on covert vaccination distribution at sites currently offering flew back scenes aligned with the information that's coming from the Centers for Disease Control. Way feel like we are going to be ready to distribute the vaccine when it is, although there's my minimum optimism that any widespread vaccination will be available to us before the counter here turns to you know, 2021. The city is looking to how effectively drive through sites might be and looking. How distribution may very zip code two zip code and that makes sense. They should be doing that. Preparing for that, how they're going to get it to everybody. Right? Right, right.

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"hayden" Discussed on Back To Back

Back To Back

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"hayden" Discussed on Back To Back

"Wary are you in? ? Sydney. . <hes> in Sydney. Yes. . . So I live in <hes> Sidney Australia <hes> is camera everything's Okay you look great. . Ula Great. . Yeah. . Yeah. . Sweet <hes> Yeah in Sydney in my studio. . I, , live in the northern beaches, , which is <hes> basically like <hes> I'm right next to manly beach <hes> and so I the Hassi with my wife and baby boy and I built a studio in one of the kids rooms and it's like a room within a room. . So we kinda built it up over a COUPLA months? ? And when I close it all you can't hear anything. . So at some I, , get to let him using whatever. . That's really nice man and yeah. . especially with a kid to it's it's nice to be close to home but still have your own space I can come in here and cry can unknown me. . It's great. . Right, , you can go be the baby. . That's so funny man how's your quarantine? ? How are you guys doing out there? ? Honestly like okay it's <hes> it depending where you live in Australia I think the answer will be very different Yep in Sydney. . It's been. . Orion. . It's we haven't had a huge amount of cases. . I think yesterday we had like one case in New South Wales in. . Sydney <hes> and <hes>. . You know Melbourne's a different story in complete lockdown I was speaking to a friend that lost not. . So it's very different via bit <hes>. . Personally it's been it's been quite nice being off the road and hanging out with family <hes> being in the studio and making music of made more music than I ever have in my whole Korea basically because I'm just sat in this room, , you know so. . I'm just I guess making the best of a bad situation and just <hes> in doing everything I can. . So when we get back out there one day <hes>, , we can keep going yeah. . One hundred percent men I mean, , are you do you enjoy long studio periods like this not necessarily because of these circumstances but like are you a studio guy? ? <hes> I am but actually never had this amount of time in his life in one studio. . It's always been a laptop on the road. . So it's it's a new focus that I have <hes>. . It feels really good and I'd like board new cables and stuff and new since and <hes> and kind of noting out of it more I'm loving people doing their live streams like especially like the. . Disclosure, , ones and those are crazy. . It's just so amazing I. . so even people like <hes> coming up and and and learning how to produce. . It's so valuable <hes> by so that give back mentality I think is is Sonia. . That's that's been really cool. . Yeah. . Disclosure one is crazy and I also like a lot of people are doing you know sort of <hes> demos submission listening feedback kinda streams. . Where's Oh? ? Yeah. . Yeah. . Where people just send in things that working on our songs and they listen to it, , you know live and give feedback and <hes>. . So the people. . So it's like upset one in I'm not sure if they're gonNA listen to mind and go from there. . I mean I think everyone has a different submission process, , but I know like <hes>. . Actually, the , way I found out about the disclosure stream was I was watching I don't know if you know Kenny beats he does like rap production stuff yet. . Yeah. . He does <hes> like a beat battle kind of thing where he'll put he'll give everyone a sample and then you have a few hours to make a beat and then he kinda ranks those and he'll have guest judges. So . disclosure came on to judge that and that's yeah, people , do. . Stuff there's so many different things happening that. . Never would have stayed out. . So you look at it that way just like you gotTa, , you gotTa make lemonade you know <hes>. . A friend of mine <hes> Lyndon J whose in a band called Faw I'm FA double I. . Came, , out with a song colds <hes> hush. . Forget the song name but the point is <hes>. . He gave the instrumental out to everyone and everyone kind of had their own vibe on and like they were the singers instrumentalists and you got like two hundred submissions of people doing their own thing on this one bait Moore is really cool. . I found. . So it's yeah, , it's a nice. . It's it's a really crazy time and really sad because obviously it's tragic and people. . In their lives and their jobs and all that kind of stuff. . But I feel very fortunate to be in a position where it's like I can take this time to <hes> you know figure out what my next step is.

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Interview With Hayden James

Back To Back

04:29 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Hayden James

"Wary are you in? Sydney. in Sydney. Yes. So I live in Sidney Australia is camera everything's Okay you look great. Ula Great. Yeah. Yeah. Sweet Yeah in Sydney in my studio. I, live in the northern beaches, which is basically like I'm right next to manly beach and so I the Hassi with my wife and baby boy and I built a studio in one of the kids rooms and it's like a room within a room. So we kinda built it up over a COUPLA months? And when I close it all you can't hear anything. So at some I, get to let him using whatever. That's really nice man and yeah. especially with a kid to it's it's nice to be close to home but still have your own space I can come in here and cry can unknown me. It's great. Right, you can go be the baby. That's so funny man how's your quarantine? How are you guys doing out there? Honestly like okay it's it depending where you live in Australia I think the answer will be very different Yep in Sydney. It's been. Orion. It's we haven't had a huge amount of cases. I think yesterday we had like one case in New South Wales in. Sydney and You know Melbourne's a different story in complete lockdown I was speaking to a friend that lost not. So it's very different via bit Personally it's been it's been quite nice being off the road and hanging out with family being in the studio and making music of made more music than I ever have in my whole Korea basically because I'm just sat in this room, you know so. I'm just I guess making the best of a bad situation and just in doing everything I can. So when we get back out there one day we can keep going yeah. One hundred percent men I mean, are you do you enjoy long studio periods like this not necessarily because of these circumstances but like are you a studio guy? I am but actually never had this amount of time in his life in one studio. It's always been a laptop on the road. So it's it's a new focus that I have It feels really good and I'd like board new cables and stuff and new since and and kind of noting out of it more I'm loving people doing their live streams like especially like the. Disclosure, ones and those are crazy. It's just so amazing I. so even people like coming up and and and learning how to produce. It's so valuable by so that give back mentality I think is is Sonia. That's that's been really cool. Yeah. Disclosure one is crazy and I also like a lot of people are doing you know sort of demos submission listening feedback kinda streams. Where's Oh? Yeah. Yeah. Where people just send in things that working on our songs and they listen to it, you know live and give feedback and So the people. So it's like upset one in I'm not sure if they're gonNA listen to mind and go from there. I mean I think everyone has a different submission process, but I know like Actually, the way I found out about the disclosure stream was I was watching I don't know if you know Kenny beats he does like rap production stuff yet. Yeah. He does like a beat battle kind of thing where he'll put he'll give everyone a sample and then you have a few hours to make a beat and then he kinda ranks those and he'll have guest judges. So disclosure came on to judge that and that's yeah, people do. Stuff there's so many different things happening that. Never would have stayed out. So you look at it that way just like you gotTa, you gotTa make lemonade you know A friend of mine Lyndon J whose in a band called Faw I'm FA double I. Came, out with a song colds hush. Forget the song name but the point is He gave the instrumental out to everyone and everyone kind of had their own vibe on and like they were the singers instrumentalists and you got like two hundred submissions of people doing their own thing on this one bait Moore is really cool. I found. So it's yeah, it's a nice. It's it's a really crazy time and really sad because obviously it's tragic and people. In their lives and their jobs and all that kind of stuff. But I feel very fortunate to be in a position where it's like I can take this time to you know figure out what my next step is.

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'The West Wing' enlists big names for its When We All Vote reunion special

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

02:06 min | 1 year ago

'The West Wing' enlists big names for its When We All Vote reunion special

"Thanks. I'm a big fan of Aaron Sorkin and tell us why This is a good time for me in television, because I like him so much. He absolutely if you didn't watch it yesterday, a cz, always with streaming. You can watch it at your leisure. But yesterday they dropped on HBO, Max. Ah, Special reunion of the West Wing cast is probably his most legendary TV show The West Wing and gathered almost everybody from the cast for Martin Sheen and Allison Janney and Rob Lowe and so forth. To recreate an episode from one of the early seasons as a theatrical staged event in an empty theater, But they filmed it like it was a play and it was in that shifted from scene to scene and it was really cleverly done, but also just reminded you how Wonderful that Siri's wass and how inspirational it was, even though it was about politics. So if the dueling if the dueling town halls and so you may be this would've last night, but it's still out there, but even more so today, Netflix drops another Aaron Sorkin project. Which he wrote and directed. It's called the Trial of the Chicago Seven, and it goes back to the sixties, when those counterculture figures Abbie Hoffman and Jerry Rubin and Tom Hayden and Bobby Seale and others were put on trial for inciting the riots that disrupted the 1968 Democratic convention. It was a big media circus, and this film looks like it's got it all and including a terrific cast, including two Emmy winners from this season. Jeremy strong from succession and one of the stars of watchman job doing the team. They're playing two of the defendants. You also have frankly, Angela's The judge and Michael Keaton's in there. Sasha Baron Cohen's in there. Doing dramatic bit, and it just sounds like again. Aaron Sorkin is knows his way around a courtroom. If you remember his very first big hit was a few good men. So if you like Aaron Sorkin style you've got two choices was like a double whammy of Aaron Sorkin this week. Now? Yeah, I once interviewed Jerry Rubin, a za journalism student at Penn State, and he was in the Rolfing, which is when you beat yourself up physical. Just one strange cat, man. I got to say yes. I have a feeling that would be a fun one to watch. Yeah. Will be S O on Sunday. You got something? The

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"hayden" Discussed on The Lemar Show

The Lemar Show

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"hayden" Discussed on The Lemar Show

"Yo. Like speak your piece on something a certain thing you're passionate about or just sharing something that you've created or so. Yeah. So the ultimately that was before all of know that was kind of like the early early stage and then yes, I went into looking into a job. I'm different colleges and then I found barking and was it was like in college at the time but it was barking and dagenham now and I remember yeah, she took it to the to the was going to be my teacher at the time and she yeah, she gave me a shot and she loved the work and next minute. Yeah, we're studying there and I'd got my certificates that did really well. I enjoy doing so great because I was able to like I felt like oh my God, I'm I'm enjoying like away from school I come there's no, you know judging ya on the course that you would like to be on. Yeah, probably surrounded by like-minded people. Of course, they're doing the same, you know, same same place and same thing. So you felt yeah. I've arrived I'm home. Let's do this. Yeah, and it just and it felt great to not have any other District like an it's a worry about Matt didn't have to worry about anything else. Was literally just mashing and that would be the thing you liked. Right? And so and it was but then it was it was tough too because it was like, okay, I know where I excel and I know what the sketching part. I know that I'm strong at that and my children knew that but then there was like, okay, but I'm completely new and and green when it comes to like the actual making clothes, you know, like completely new. This is New Territory. So learning that from scratch learning your craft patterns learning how to sew learning how to construct things and making trials and and all these different things that you know of both to what twelve. Yeah, especially, you know, I was going to say no sir. Yes, sir. Kind of make a mock-up of the creation before you make it in its final form like in the fabric and stuff. But yeah, but there's so many different things. I was learning and of course had so many different elements to it was like learning about textiles and then you know, one point was doing artwork and drawing too. So it's funny cuz my router would know where to kind of push me in the elements. I wasn't strong out but then the elements I was strong actually dead. Uber is that plugged me to the client. Yeah, like oh like drawn-out Hayden draws off watch what hate you know, so that was kind of daunting but at the same time it was great cuz she she really did push me hard as well when it came to the elements. I wasn't so strong that you found difficult one element that you found out..

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"hayden" Discussed on The Lemar Show

The Lemar Show

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"hayden" Discussed on The Lemar Show

"He's going to make you feel like you're online game is is just not right Hayden with James has got so much passion for fashion illustration. He's carved out on online space, which is very very hard to do and Garner the respect of many many huge celebrity. He's he's been able to leverage that and turn his passion into his day job. I think anyone who wants to do something that goes viral anyone who wants to know about online graft and the power of 10,000 hours by safety get your notebook out if that's you and yeah, enjoy. All.

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"hayden" Discussed on The Lemar Show

The Lemar Show

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"hayden" Discussed on The Lemar Show

"Of energy, right? He's going to make you feel like you're online game is is just not right Hayden with James has got so much passion for fashion illustration. He's carved out on online space, which is very very hard to do and Garner the respect of many many huge celebrity. He's he's been able to leverage that and turn his passion into his day job. I think anyone who wants to do something that goes viral anyone who wants to know about online graft and the power of 10,000 hours by safety get your notebook out if that's you and yeah, enjoy. All right Hayden..

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"hayden" Discussed on Dark Horse Entrepreneur

Dark Horse Entrepreneur

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"hayden" Discussed on Dark Horse Entrepreneur

"Across several groups and associations and businesses early in his college career as well as his professional career. You could say would say the Hayden. Let me rephrase that Hayden could have said Nah. I'm not GONNA do that. It's beneath me, but when we close ourselves off like that, we closed door to so many potential opportunities then you would have missed out on the introductory opportunity that was presented to him by the president of the hunting public. In you know now, he's in charge of the entire brands voice and their products that they're producing with that voice, and in the meantime he's living that entrepreneur lifestyle that we all. covid right. Idea number three when seeking out opportunities, combined passions is combining passions is yet another at a tactic that you can take in Hayden's case? He was an outdoor and hunting enthusiast. He combined his love for all the things marketing. And then he went, he actually said this. He went searching for companies that dealt with his passions for outdoors and for hunting. He wasn't just doubling down. He was tripling down on motivating passions. What could you do in your job or your business to pivot towards not just one but multiple passions? The you have in your realm of expertise. All right so once again I'm going to ask you. What did you learn? Please feel free to email me at Tracy. At Dark Horse Cooling Dot Com, and tell me what thoughts.

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"hayden" Discussed on Dark Horse Entrepreneur

Dark Horse Entrepreneur

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"hayden" Discussed on Dark Horse Entrepreneur

"How can you deliver? An authentic message was authority and conviction. What today's episode tackles that very question? Okay. Here's the question serious power. We dark darkhorse. You know the ones. Everyone is betting against the ones they don't expect to win. Place or even show on track, and they'll even laugh on us. We talk about. How do we show the world or greatness in Triumph Camman? This podcast will give you the answers. This is the dark horse. Entrepreneur my name. Bregman! alrighty! In a way we go. All right so here we are is Gel. My Fellow Darkhorse entrepreneur entrepreneurs I'm here with my man. Hayden Krimmer He got his bachelor's degree. And why known state or he worked with it was called N. k. e., sports and entertainment in a marketing capacity, doing everything from email marketing and press releases in article, writing newsletter newsletter creation for multiple sports organizations. I'm sure he'll give us a little bit more insight about that. And then he went off and started working on a three year action plan, providing some marketing decisions for a startup tour business was going to be run by believe it was students of wine on a state college and that was called Walkabout about. About now all this while he was still in college, and if I remember correctly and correct me. If I'm wrong here, Hayden, you were playing sports while you were doing all this right. That's cracked up. I was a pitcher on the baseball team at area. You are all into that right so shortly. After a after college, he joined up legendary white tails for a couple of years. This is where I was lucky enough to meet Hayden and it'd be quite candidate we all. We all get a first impression of a person. We meet them right. You know he just easily look them a check them out work a little bit when my first impression of Hayden was. This guy's got mad skills, and he's going places, and you know what. Was Wrong. He's got crazy mad skills and he's already hidden places. We worked together for a couple of awesome years. Doing some planning in marketing and I know I learned my myself. I learned a lot from Hayden in his way of viewing things in his desire, really the key learning more and growing skillset. As often is the case stuff happened right L.. W. Took a turn down a business rogue, neither one of US wanted to follow Hayden He had something to offer, and he found a brand he believed in, so he took that bold step of setting off on the independent consultant routes, and from my perspective I was just telling the minute ago. It appears it paid off. Because Hayden is now the brand manager of the hunting public or I know he's GonNa..

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"hayden" Discussed on Axing The Future

Axing The Future

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"hayden" Discussed on Axing The Future

"Aksu before we stopped today is very special. Episode is want to say a message. Thank you to everyone that has bay. Neha and listen to all ten episodes nine episodes. This is the tenth or anyone that is just tuned in for a minute or whatever. It really means. A lot of positivity you guys having sending me Diane's I'm really loving it if you have any tips for me men or anything feel free to chuck. Am but anyway beckon into the podcast. Today is put golf. We have very special guest. Hayden Pederson has over one million subscribers on youtube congratulated. Almost two hundred thousand on. Instagram is an amazing person. And Yeah Welcome. Hey Dave told me up to back right. Thanks for having me on this show man. I'm Cain to have a good conversation with you. Issued could fund so a couple of people probably white that listening to this podcast secondly satisfied telling us a bit about yourself. Who Am I? I'M MY NAME IS HAYDEN. Pederson and I am a photographer filmmaker from a small town. Kkob warragul in Victoria which is in Australia. And I. I've just been a creative pretty much all my life and that that's pretty much all areas to say. I I make youtube videos about getting the shot in Batarfi as well as Just null kind of day in the life logs. Yeah love that. I'm anyone that doesn't know. Any public share my instagram stories. I'm a massive fan of Hayden and his gang. If you go to episode four and look added seven theorist podcast that we chatted about Hayden in that as well as episode nine with ck creative good night's also why you've done because with Liam and CK episode. Name was Chris and for was Lynn. Do you know what like I just had to give not. It is actually a maze ing that someone of how you I ten twelve pretty recently you twelve years old. What do you may and you're doing podcasts. You're reaching out to other creators and what I love about you. Man is you. You're just all over it like when you reach out to other people like if I reply to you because you know there'll be messages you'll just capable body with the comments and stop. There's just absolutely no holding back and the fact that you do. I is the reason why we're here. Today I commend your perseverance. And never giving up. It's funny because I try my best not to has paypal. Bet I because the I in about six weeks of episodes in the book and then about two weeks ago I had a couple paper. Pull out so I had no episodes so the people that were like united said yes but were really busy is half the hassle..

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"hayden" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"hayden" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Been listening to Hayden Perkins story he's a pediatric dentist right here in Oxford Mississippi where we broadcast we left off with Hayden telling us about his car accident that led him to his life without the use of his legs we return to Haiti now your hand there Hey girls and that part was kind of hard in the beginning I guess now I know I have my support base was all from my friends were all from the school everybody I mean you know my friends never now have to be allow me to not all you know not do things I mean they just grab me and pick me up I mean you know we're going huntin now that was a big help just you know that first year to probably my freshman sophomore year or I'm you know I just had a tough time but something S. Clifton you can pretium from question on what had been a worker there and whatever you can move on and make the best of it I had I didn't I never looked back really a lot of people can't get over it can't get past things like that and I was just able to not have people ask me all the time you know I guess hang around about woman if you could change things really and honestly I wouldn't I wouldn't go back and change it I think it kind of makes me.

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"hayden" Discussed on In the Garden

In the Garden

16:04 min | 2 years ago

"hayden" Discussed on In the Garden

"If you just you know cooking down would on open air then you're a lot of feel too and you could be leaving other gases take off gases into the atmosphere and and causing problems like that yeah so you know so there's a lot to to buy we see these things. Baldo Google culture where we old word or you know you know chunks of backfield killed or something that's not good firewood body building our minds. I just put some encyclopedia's older than thirty thirty years ago so I like my jeans and they're not gonNA break out and just as much organic matter into their Donald Trump with him layer well and then you can plant into that now is that breaks down long-term fertility and great moisture you holding so it's similar to buy you know we talk a lot about it and our buck and stuff in the book for do culture but I was really interested in the callers comments about urine and you maneuver because tabby but colleges. We know that there's no such thing as waste nature. You know all these human waste we call them your waist. AH products and to kind of to me like on this planet where we're going to get up to nine billion people. It's like the big gorilla in the room. Like what do we do all all this ways. I child bit and I've worked and lived in in developing countries and you know not everybody's everybody's GonNa get a get a flush toilet. There's an idea of taking I may be getting a little porcelain bowl pristine drinking water yeah and then you know and then do a business in it to do a wastewater treatment plant. They have to spend all this money money pulling the the juice out and you know pathogens and and all this stuff and then that goes back into like lake champlain once it's cleaned uh-huh yup come back into our drinking water. It's it's crazy. If you start pack look at it is yeah. I I think you know in the future. If we're we're going to really have regenerative ecologically based systems. They're gonNa have to think of ways to deal with. I think a wedge yes wait not water. You're going to get its stay okay so pathogen but it back into the land living for certain certain and I couldn't agree with you more and there's a couple of things in there that so you said I want to go back to but we have a collar and it's Cassandra in Moncton Cassandra. Welcome what's on your mind. I looked wondering how the author teats Red Squirrels chipmunks eating. You realize it's a that's a completely unfair question. You know that right because you never happens all UNICORNS earns and rainbows or what are you going to do with the chipmunks right so we you know to mark's red squirrels. They have natural population cycles that EB and flow right so last year was like chipmunk Pakalitha. Yeah I don't really mind like taking the green good cheap and warring them up and you know they're just GonNa Rot. They only later on this busy work Jim. I it gets a little annoying. We just we just go with the flow. We've got created some corridors up into We're trying to attract a higher level predators. We I really love to see and the Trans around water helping to lower the population awesome and chipmunks and we we put up nest boxes for our goals and you know yeah. That's that's like okay actually the whole year amy here there. Aren't that many Tim. I have to say this year I've. I've seen a couple but it it's the it is the one thing I mean you. Can you can kill them. You know it's not going to hear that. It's really a live and let live situation I'm here in the next morning. There's been a FRAT party underneath the tree and they're all eating and always see or the shelves. Oh boy really really hard to let them do what they need to do. On the Bush before the red squirrels come in and just have a great time with them. Will you can wrap a Bush an the individual Bush you know during that period and that will keep them at least at bay there might be one or two this squiggle up underneath that but but we do use bird netting on a lot of our our crops and that if you tack that down they're all on the ground you can you can discourage in two months or so yeah tissue and you put some back to the ground at all because ours are about twenty five feet high point twenty five foot high birth. Wow yeah honey yeah no. He can get that at all. you can see you know anything about. Hazel is that you can Kopasus. You could cut it down to the ground and and then they'll take. I know they're probably two years before you're bearing nuts nuts on average. Get it down to a more manageable size. You know it's hard to pick to get enough time to get to wipe and giving them more chance for the chipmunks and squirrels growth again. I'M TO GET HIM READY TO PICK COM YEP before they turn Brown yeah soon as as soon as the husks turn Brown that's a week pick out dry and and then and then let the nets drives more than all right. Thanks for the call much appreciated. we have another another call. NOLA has a question Nola or are you there. I am here. Can you hear me. Yes sure thank you and thank acute. Mr Guest person whose name I still haven't caught John Hayden. You're talking the John Hayden Book. The farming on the wild side which is is put. I am attempting to do so misses thebeat too heavy duty of a question but I've been growing organic Sela Greens appear in Ripston at about eighteen nine hundred and fifty feet for the last twenty seven years in my greenhouse and I love it however over the course course of the last five years grasshoppers have gotten worse and worse and worse and I treated them with a an organic treatments. They're still here in September this year. I don't think the answer is treating the grasshoppers anymore. I think it's what I should do. What should I switched to in that Tube of mine that I can grow well be proud up. Share with others sell to others that would make the grasshopper's think we don't want to come here anymore. We don't like this the because it's just it's become debilitating well. This is the last time I'll treat them. You know and a few days later I look for the seat said I planted a week ago yeah. They came up but they're gone. is there an alternative that could grow at an altitude that we live at in this sixty five foot by twenty one foot greenhouse the house other than or accelerate. That's the question kind of a big question you yeah you have experience with grasshoppers yeah of course we've got guys but I do. WanNa talk about experience in In our twenty one by forty eight and we have five of them and like tomatoes but then those those have done on well and I think you know even with that the greenhouse a little expand your season so you can get your tomatoes in and get the sides all down other growing it gets hot and all the sides out and then again extend the season later on when things get cold again by dropping the side but we've also we also raspberries who every bearing raspberries fall great some people are doing summer raspberries in greenhouses also we if you came to now we we have all kinds of stuff and we have Apricot Trees Peach Trees Cherries Apple Beautiful Honey Chris Crock yeah in the Greenhouse Green Trust like Holy Royal Beautiful Organic food that consumers who are so used to suit and we can do that in and hoop houses we can go out and he sprays and the other thing that you can think about is Some people are netting in greenhouses for with a screening to keep keep the grasshoppers all like physical the area but they can't get in. We don't have role upsides. I think they're just I think they have eggs in the ground population that is you know the Kingdom of grasshoppers that make any sense. Am I gonNA possible I think if you rotated into like take and destroy the whole full in Asia's process greenhouse tomatoes peppers eggplants okay and then because they grasshoppers not gonna eat those keep all the weeds out so you can start talking. They can't have any other stuff that you need so you could start out grasshoppers for you and then come back here to greenhouse. You got a couple of roads. You can you for other things to play around with. It's really fun. The respirators sure sound good. That's for sure that gives you something to to work with me something to ponder on time for them with this. I I would love to but I do have another caller. Okay Yeah. Maybe call back at the end. Thank you so much yeah. Thanks for the call. Eh we have Freddie and faced in Joel you good morning. Hey good afternoon well. I'll take thank you the way good good day to you too. Thank you already. I'm sorry okay talk close so I meant to call you last week and forgot by the week before right. After your show we were in the garden and all of the leaves tomato plants were gone we looked around and we had horn worms yo I was going to say it's that's definitely a horn norm. Well forty-six Horn worms later. Oh Oh good Lord that was in two days. Oh Oh my goodness goodness so so sorry thank you I said much worse things true and and interestingly enough they didn't really go for a couple of the cherry tomatoes that were close to the Basil and I did some reading they said plant near Basil and dill something else marigolds I think and that we should wrote it till the soil soil Yup and the reason is that the the larva is in the soil. They'll come back okay. I think that's right. Isn't that John I'm. I'm not sure exactly where they chew. Pay Yeah. I think so yeah so everything thing. You know that we've been doing is don't rotate your soil. Don't you know just open it up well. I'm vengeful woman and I'm looking to now. Well I in this low down slowdown right. That's the rototiller really goes much deeper than you need to go. You know what you're trying to do is just disrupt the the cycle right and so really just you you know a good raking even with a potato or something like that. I'll do the trick. You don't need to go out and get the Rotor Tiller backout because the rotate one anymore well. That's good. I'm glad I'm glad but you know a good raking. We'll do the same thing and and we'll be actually more appropriate due to the to the depth that that that that's a little critters live in for sure okay and they'll be back next year. Oh one hundred percent. They'll be back so so you WANNA. Make sure you do a good job of of what they're saying. The other thing you can do is put down a piece of black plastic and they go. Yes saw so what they call. Solar is him but I cook them is probably same different same difference and and now back to John's book. I want to point out one one little phrase that I absolutely love and and John. Help me out if I get this right. it was talking about one of the best manure for farm is the two feet of the farmer is that is that did. I paraphrase correctly. Yeah I think have the best stabiliser fertilize farmers the farmers footprint thanks that means you know getting out and observing and no well finding these Orrin worms early you know where they really strip the Lutheran plants down there. You go yeah and it really helps you with this. because there's a mindset we just really want to think of things in terms of how. I always an ecosystem self-regulating so they know monocultures. It's really an ecosystem diversity and so any greenhouse to we wanted to try to get some diversity in there and go out tomatoes an anti the greenhouse. What sounds like you're calling basil in there but yeah? I think that being observant 'cause really one of the keys to being forgetful wolf farmer and then you can learn so much by just seeing what's going on. What what insects are eating what other insects sometimes we'll see an eighth outbreak lake and we had an observed or if we just kind of happened on that and we might get all worried and say well? What are we going to spray. How are we. GonNa kill these aphids but I observing. We'll see we'll watch the natural enemies moving in and that gives us offensive like okay. We're not probably not at risk..

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"hayden" Discussed on In the Garden

In the Garden

16:31 min | 2 years ago

"hayden" Discussed on In the Garden

"Paid for the HOOPLA those little more so we had a little leeway to experiments so we tried these the fall raspberries which are the ones that they're on the first year. Dan Yeah I do phenomenally and the greenhouse so we can we can keep the with the plastic shell over then we can keep the rain off until I'm telling you don't get moldy. Keep the birds could kits birds out thing we can roll down the sides of the WHO. Have we have a early frost you a couple of weeks. We certainly have a frost we can roll decide to protect them because they're continuously flowery how about the fruit flies bearing so and so he can protect them from the frost and then yeah we do the fruit flies spot that'll totally new pests that's causing all kinds of headaches yep in Vermont now and they do enjoy raspberries and that keeping a dry environment they like a moist environment uh-huh greenhouse dry and we put landscape fabric on underneath the planet's so also keeps it warm and dry. They're they're not as prevalent an awful Nancy picking machine. She's out there should take every day make sure that none of the berries as a Har- hanging around and being targeted by the by the five they go after ripe fruits yeah like right overripe and you're just GonNa get into an outbreak all you have to you have to pick them very closely. so do what what about the currency you said you did black currants black pants and red currents and gooseberries light current all in the same genus. We call it a riot yeah and they're you know I'm Irish. My mother is from Ireland election for the fruit grown. Ah on the Emerald Isle there. My mother loved so in it and then we started teaching people about them. I'm here and they're really catch on pretty well. What do you do with the with the gooseberries. Greenbury isn't it the Green Stripe read some we have some called black velvet tired of really dark almost black color it's quite ability in the in the color on them so each variety you can tell it's I thought about summer just get a little pink blush and then they're right in front of the anthem until they get really dark dark but yeah we tell a lot out of those two jam maker's. Oh sure yeah customer you know. Some people like makers very damn because we've had a few people by some news. Berry Pie yeah by northern Europeans people have moved here or out of that ancestry are interested in is these yeah my dad grew gooseberries and he may be the only person in in western Pennsylvania Hansel veins that was gooseberries. Most people had no idea what they were but you also grew raspberries and we've time member hours and hours of picking through through raspberries as a kid and he was a bit of a gardener himself so Can you tell me a little bit about the the nut trees that you're growing. Are you growing not trees. We we planted some black walnut yeah yeah they hedgerow in that we have some black walnut to their taller trees yeah a lot of the other ones that we are having more success tobacco laws take awhile they'll take eight to ten years having nuts and then you know thirty years ago the beautiful harvest artists that that's an act of faith food. I don't think I'll be around trees but that'll be our legacy for somebody. That's right yeah. We did the same thing on my dad's farm the you know we we planted trees knowing full well that we would never see them. I'm not even having a lot of success with Hazel Bert Hazell not yeah a a little nuts Christmas they had a great great Bush great shrub they make the full hedges or windbreak and we've been growing them and getting tons of nuts so say from from a Bush what what would be like an every terrorist from a from a Hazel Bird. Her Bush is at a Bush or tree it's somewhere in between the multiple stems. I mean you could be a single stemmed attorney but they're they're more like a bushy but they thought they could get You know twenty feet tall tall tall and yeah. I'd say you know they're just really maturing now and I think we'll probably get we can play a Bushel not well well. That's pretty good well. One of the things is that I try to calculate as as a family of four you know how many would I have to grow grow to you know to contribute to the protein you know over beans or anything else who know that we might grow and and might harvest for storage over long run yeah. Oh they're great alternative source of protein heart healthy oils. Also I think the limiting factor might be you know how much patience you have for tracking the individual something something very mindful thing. Sit there and crack not yeah yeah well. I if you have patience to crack open a black walnut use excuse certainly patience to do Filbert crack my aunt that you gotta drive by you know right. You're right there. Are there are tools specifically called a hammer yeah well I. I'm fascinated by those and it's not really you call them. Hazel easel burt right yeah they're they're. Filbert and Hazel nut crop disease resistance to them absolutely great hazelnuts growing link also and the bigger they are not and pushes a more bigger so if I was going to do one it would be the Hazel Bertha. Yeah I would recommend in that guy yeah okay good John. Are You open to a phone call. We have a caller doug from Randolph calling in and with us what's up money curious to what happened to the Vermont Butter not population you. Do you remember being a kid to in the fall. That was a annual thing. Go pick up butternut yeah. There's there's a disease Peter my know more about this than I do but there's a disease that can you hear me okay okay because I'm getting all the the the other not canker that has recently introduced then to kill the older trees so and either the material ones that are producing allowing the not so we're not seeing as many material feel out of younger ones sprouting up trying and hopefully the more and more although there our our get some genetic variability and I had some resistance to the disease but for now the better not mature about it and that's in trouble. It's the long list of of nut trees that that have have you know we've lost the chestnut the butternut that of course and then of course we know about the the ash now is just about you know to go extinct here and the elm of course that struggles breeders are you know making new varieties usually across from either. Chinese or some other other continent and trying to breed chestnuts and ash and elm and certainly butter nuts that will survive over here. Thank you very much yeah. I I read a couple of places where the the theory is that the the the nut trees have a very big canopy and that they're more susceptible to pollution in the air and but I I don't know whether that's true or not still it's it's sad to see sad to lose those those great and majestic trees really like the butternut chestnut in the very back John I really I love this chapter the small things and chapter it's it's a paragraph and I don't there's one thing in there where it says the one of the speakers at a recent recent talk. We attended about surviving. The future said the next big thing is a bunch of small things small acts creating pocket pockets of persistence assistance or resilience to environmental and social degradation multiply by millions of people will fuel the revolution. We need heal the planet and ourselves we can affect effect change and I I just I love that vision because it has a very positive every single person counts you know oh every body can do something because a lot of times you listen to the news. You think oh my gosh. There's just you know there's nothing I can do and I've always contended twelve. You WanNa do something garden. It's a it's a big thing. It's much bigger than we give it. Give it credit for and anyway I I. I think it's really important that this Cook the have a hopeful message because we are I just bombarded with all these negative news and it's easy to get into this ecological depression or psychologists calling uncalled climate anxiety about climate change and there's a lot of you know instability in the world and more suffering and stuff so yeah we wanted to the book to be hopeful and empowering for people so we talk a lot about you know how to plant thing what the plant and how important the cumulative Humid Action Guy we're all in favor of people protesting and shutting down and going after the corporations nations but and you know but they got a lot of lawyers guns and money that's that's one tactic to go straight on you know. I don't want to make them inconsequential quite buying their crap your wallet you can actually do really a good positive things in the world like getting out and gardening growing your own food planting some trees that are. GonNa be you know getting more organic matter into your soil soil carbon and water in our cycles on the planet here. I'll try since really we think that for things to really change and we're gonNA need to kind of kind of transformative relationship with the Earth and all the web of inhabitants that we interact with I think everyone is connected and we've really come to that realization through our twenty seven years of working on the land and stewards of the land and observing and interacting and it's it's very empowering to try to be you know in favor of life we want to I mean I I I heard pharmacy and all I wake up in the morning and sometimes I'm thinking you know what what am I gonNA kill today and how we're GONNA kill it. Whether you gotta go out and kill weeds kills them interact via the diseases or things like that yeah yeah. I WANNA be purveyors of life. We're just trying to play this. Anything is possible and keep as many things going and any pesticides on our fines because we we think that are just like an ecological sledge hammer for small problem. We've we figured out ways of you know getting around and pest outbreaks do have occasional pests but maintaining equilibrium we can we sustain a little bit of damage and you know that's that's. GonNa keep are the official insects happy because they've got something to eat berthiaume. They've got something to eat. We don't even try to reimagined this term past co inhabitant of the former lawyer day day in line. Don't get too greedy and everybody's happy yeah yeah. Well put very very well put John. We have a call from Ted in Shelbourne do scratchy there but I know it and I'll ask ask a quick question. I just tried every phone I have an rookie and call go right ahead on a small Greek island for the last part of well. No no the first part of November and interested in some farming things one. I've wondered also for a locally is if you have thoughts about the Bio Char I've seen I'm very devoted and other saying maybe and maybe not and also because it's becoming more flooded with tourists and when I've been there in the past about finding ways of you know urine or human stuff for bio-gas or anything like that if any of those are going to get back to the radio now and those things that's well said the bioterror now I I saw in the in one place in the book the picture of the where you chop up the fresh yeah yeah yeah thanks and uh so do you guys use bioterr- at all. Is that any we don't we don't use our our practices but all I'm not in any way I think it makes a lot of sense in terms of anyway we can add carbon well. That's the that's the matrix of the life that kind of get all this boundary microbes and all the insects acts in the world and how much carbon matter you can get into your soil for using we call the mail which which which made from small branches have a really great carbon to nitrogen ratio because there's a lot of you know the Green Cam okay. You're a branch really Lignin in in the trunk fire okay. I'm a smaller branch. The ratio is better so we we a lot of that to get carbon into our cell. Bio Char- could be another way. I mean there's a lot of the event some research lately and it's kind of contradictory. Some people are finding those people finding no effect coninck. There's more to it than then we. We've been able to study so far that I know like the philosophy of it. It's a very light but a lot of Kolding so it can absorb moisture and you know that's that's a good thing until well it also has a lot of little nooks and crannies three-dimensional stuff for fungal my Celia and microbes and things more surface area for them to live on so I mean my God. I think that it's it's a good thing I I think you need need to think about how you're making it. If you just you know cooking down would on open air then you're a lot of feel too and you could be leaving other gases take off gases into the.

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"hayden" Discussed on In the Garden

In the Garden

13:26 min | 2 years ago

"hayden" Discussed on In the Garden

"They told how goes it goes well. What a beautiful day. Hey we're lucky today. We have with us. John Hayden who with his wife Nancy wrote farming on the wild side excellent right right and they have a farm over in Jefferson bill and a they wrote this book about bad experience on the farm so it should be quite fascinating. the hidden is have been the owners of the farm between Jeffersonville since nineteen ninety two. They were awarded the get this. This is a long one. They were awarded the North American pollinator protection campaigns two thousand eighteen. US Farm Ranchers Award for their pollinator constipation work. Wow that's pretty cool. I can hear all the bees along aww John are you there. I'm here no well that that is something now. How did you become the North North American pollinator protection campaign winner somebody put our name we didn't we. I didn't campaign for no conservationist must've been pretty impressed pretty fast and so this is all part of your farm system. This isn't something that you're doing just specifically to attract pollinators. No I mean we love pollinator conservation and love the palm either so there any transit beauty and functioning that they are an integral part of our ecosystems uh-huh button for us. The bottom is important where where commercial farmers how we make our living so pollinators as our partners they yeah pretty much everything starts out of the flower and we need the insect pollinators visiting that flower to create our fruit which we then sell so get great. They treat them as such. That's great. I like that so. Let me ask you the farm between where's that. What does that mean. What does that from Tom. What time well that comes where located between the beautiful little relatives of Cambridge and Jeffersonville route fifty right mccafe between the two so that's how came up with the name twenty seven years ago the firm between Cambridge and Jeffersonville. That's great. I love it so there is a a lot of information about you guys. You certainly have been busy. That's for sure now so you your wife is a writer a farmer an artist former environmental engineer professor she has a degree in biology ecology environmental engineering English studio art and creative writing she was awarded a Vermont Arts Council Council Creation Grant to work on this book and has published numerous articles on food and farming so and and for yourself. It says he's here that you've been working on design in imputation of agricultural systems with positive environmental and social outcomes from over thirty thirty five years in a researcher as a researcher Extension Asian Agent University Educator International Consultant and practicing using regenerative or organic farming. That's a mouthful for sure a lot of atrophy. Eh Woman and I definitely married up okay one word in their sticks out to me and and the piques my curiosity the word regenerative what what is the philosophy or the idea of and I think you mentioned at some point point that it was based on full philosophical and scientific principles. What is that. How does that relate to regenerative so it's it can be considered kind of a buzzword word now with with agriculture it used to be sustainable agriculture? Yep realize is sustainable means keeping things things going on and on the status quo we've got to this point where we need to be healing things and making things better we can't keep on with the status quo and that's where the regenerative live agriculture comes in so I see it has more goals than you know making a living off the land and extracting resources. It's about all these how they're services that are going on like sequestering carbon by having a lot of Danny matter as a as a sponge in the soil creating biodiversity okay so then we have great habitat for pollinators and beneficial insects and the birds and all the other inhabitants we share this planet went sort of water. aww Yeah cleaning the water before it also making a living so it's a nutshell. That's that's a lot. That's a lot that's a lot of sort of like treating mother's like she was. Your mother right yeah oddly enough well-named so you have let's see you still you do make a living from your farm and from what I read is a lot of it is in growing fruits and perennial plants. what kind of fruits do you grow growing well so yeah you know we started out actually as an livestock so the book is about how we've evolved over the years and how our philosophies after fees and practices have changed so recital livestock a man we and that was great. We didn't have been intensive grazing mixed livestock doc everything from a fifty flock of sheep we had thousand on pasture raising piglets and heifers rabbits it can be very effective and they moved into vegetables with a lifetime integrated and for the past ten years or so we've been focusing on perennial fruit so we grow about thirty different kinds of fruit which is another strategy for us to be stable and resilient and I and I have to confess confess that that that was about twenty more fruits than I was familiar with. I I read I read the chapter on uncommon berries and uncommon fruits. It's and it's quite impressive. There's a lot there that well. I wouldn't even thought to grow yeah well. We're finding we we plan about ten years ago really some of these unusual berries like. Ho- backgrounds who've been going for about fifteen years but we also been throwing things like Romania and gooseberries held a berries and we're finding a great market with all the beverage entrepreneurs here and a lot of certainly have plenty of those don't we fighter makers and beer makers and wineries and soda makers and we got a lot of small businesses that are making jams and jellies. Oh uh-huh they're always looking for something new and interesting and you know they have all these great organic fruit for them to to play around with. We love supporting other small businesses because it's really been fun to get people to try new things we just we just picked a hundred and fifty pounds. Rohingya and we put with that. I'm going to zero gravity brewing and Burger Shack very cider to okay all right all right. Let's get some free. Oh that's a nice bonus. I'm sure so let me take one step back and you've rented this twice. Romania Dole Hubbub Jews at no no uh-huh okay. We're both at a loss. What is our own. y'All eighty. That's that's the next big thing. I'm really. It was it. It's a common name around here but it's also the genus scientific. Latin name is a Rohingya carpet with We also called black chokeberry. Oh okay that's a native plant or growth here in Vermont and other places in the northeast it tends to like wetter heavier heavier soils. That's why you see it growing in nature and it has the highest accident than anything that we can grow it just blows Rozina blueberries and cranberries and all those other true water in terms of how much well. It's a little rugged not bad. It's called trump. Kerry reason because it's got a lot of Annan's in it okay and like okay I remember number. I Remember Choke Cherries quite well from from when I was a kid because we look at those berries and think oh boy and grab a handful of them and just it's about choke yeah. They're similar like they're very stringent but this it's a beautiful purple color landed ended with other things we like the brand blended twenty percent lerone do with eighty percent apple cider how mix and good mouth feel deal and get all the other you know the other benefits of antioxidants so so we actually it's really up and coming we sal we'll have fruit nursery also so we sell fruit trees and Berry Bushes in pioneer conservation plans and they only say that really been picking up over the last year or so oh homeowner. They're catching on so well. Yes you guys up to speed there all right good good something to look forward to for sure and I thought the most gorgeous plant the green glossy leaves during a irons red in the fall and all these really dark dairies hanging. It's the stunning plant so it's a little like the Wild Cherries we see around has that real dark green glossy leaf on huckle so an and a and Do you really grow Kiwis as well. We've tried wrong. TV's not successfully so they saw them wrong they grow but we'd never got them to flowers so we got out so what's another one. That's that of your uncommon berries that you know well. I think one of them are larger. Plantings are black currants. Yeah okay go all out of we go back and those Boyden Valley winery battling just down the road from us. Let me I started about fifteen years ago so they were interested so we've been collaborating with them and they take most of our crap also well also some of the love out to other. Are you still doing hey doing their farmers markets then with the fruits and so that was something when we done in the past Lincoln logging maybe some people who are listening remember the snow cones we used to do we make saw the blacker. Rohingya Maple Apple and raspberry and and then for these tips over shaved ice. We don't handle sounds great. Maybe higher on organic snow cone onto those are quite popular but we only getting up there in age so we we started sloughing off a few things. I'm trying to get the smallest possible until the living doing this so we did stop doing the farmer's market. last year was our burst. You're not doing it yeah. I'm sure he missed it to me. Dematteo mattamy getting all that stuff down ended up that part. Everyone takes a little energy when people back here at home. You know that's a young person's game so so now you're pretty much focusing on the nursery and growing fruit in in in selling that sort of wholesale in a sense. I suppose sales are also and the nursery well we also we'd make a few products accent. We sell in the Spring Open. no I was. I was fascinated about one one of the things you mentioned. What about the uncommon fruits in that chapter is how you went from growing cherry tomatoes in your in your large hoop houses to growing growing raspberries in them and I found that a fascinating I I had never heard of growing bramble fruits in in the hoopoe slick that yeah we we found that well you know tomatoes. Were really good thing to grow. We did that for about twenty years and that paid for the HOOPLA those little more so we had a little leeway to experiments so we tried these the fall raspberries which are the ones that they're on the first year..

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"The patriot dot com I also have to brag gone a guy by the name of Carl Hayden. once again his trusty has stepped up you know this Carl Hayden Trosch. is a testament to the life of this fascinating guy he he was a reporter he interviewed five presidents six first ladies he was a Pulitzer Prize nominee he was friends with Ernest Hemingway. in fact Carl Hayden was the first on the scene after having way took his own life. and but he he really cared about people in need. and he has a crush. and the the trustee has been sold amazingly kind and generous with things associated with the Mike Gallagher show and we got a tremendous donation on behalf of the up state warriors solutions in South Carolina maybe doing a broadcast from there thanks to the generosity of the Carl Hayden trust and then just like icing on the cake when the trustee and she's a wonderful lady I've spoken with her a few times she doesn't want to be identified she wants to all be about this remarkable guy Carl Hayden she. designated a twenty thousand dollar donation to Gallagher's heroes the fallen officer fund. and gosh that's so important these days when we have such challenges facing our law enforcement community. and so her enter the Carl Hayden trust thank you from the bottom of my heart.

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