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"hinkley" Discussed on The Christian Science Monitor Daily

The Christian Science Monitor Daily

05:30 min | Last month

"hinkley" Discussed on The Christian Science Monitor Daily

"Different sides of a coin, says Stephen Allen Adams, a West Virginia state government reporter. This story was reported by story hinkley in Washington for the monitor. Here's another story about the pursuit of political progress. Israel's most diverse coalition government is a democratic experiment in pragmatic politics and unexpected cooperation. Prime minister Naftali Bennett's four month old coalition government represents a historic first in Israel. Wildly diverse, it came together in rejection of Benjamin Netanyahu. Israel's longest ruling prime minister and arguably its most divisive. The new government of change as it's called includes Islamists, Jewish nationalists and progressives. It's a coalition born of a pragmatic impulse to break the national political deadlock after four inconclusive elections. And it has been offering a masterclass in cooperation that is rare in our age of political fracture. There's much it does not agree on, but it has focused on rallying around consensus issues such as fighting the pandemic and a wave of crime afflicting Israeli Arab communities and continuing outreach to the Arab world. It is even taken on the more ideologically fraught challenges of relations with the Palestinians and rethinking Israel's previous rejection of the nuclear deal with Iran. Despite the government's numeric weakness in parliament, its work is garnering praise and its emphasis on consensus seems to have lowered the political temperature in Israel. Says Allison caplan summer, a columnist for the daily haaretz, one of the reasons this government came together is that people were tired of screaming and disagreeing and wanted to get things done. This story was reported by deana craft in Tel Aviv Israel for the monitor. As members of Afghanistan's hazara ethnic minority face persecution our reporter talks with Afghan women in Canada, who are determined to help their sisters in Afghanistan. Halima bauman was just 11 years old, living in northern Afghanistan when she survived a massacre of her fellow hazaras a minority ethnic group at the hands of the Taliban in 1998. Later she fled with her family to Canada. Now she is devoting herself to helping hazaras in Afghanistan who are once again under threat from the Taliban, trying to find them safe houses and smuggling them out of the country. She says she swings from being very hopeful that I can do something to feeling helpless. But she has at least been in touch with the Canadian immigration minister and helped persuade him to put the hazaras. Shiite Muslims in an overwhelmingly Sunni country. On a priority list for evacuation. I've lived everything close to death that the people are experiencing right now, miss bauman says. So I'm just driven by hope. Hope that we can save someone's life. This story was reported by Sarah Miller Jana in von Ontario for the monitor. Statistics show a decline in church going in the black community. But pastor sees God's love language everywhere. And here's faith, she says in the prayers before ball games and the deep theological conversations in barbershops. Ministering to those on the margins of the church or society is not as complicated as we sometimes make it seem. While statistics rage proclaiming that youth and people of color are making a mass exodus from the church. I believe Americans are engaging God in beautiful and radical ways. Writes Nicole Duncan Smith. I see evidence of that faith in the acceptance of music with religious themes on secular radio. I hear it in the prayers before street ball games. And the deep theological conversations in barbershops. Who can really relate to a creator who lives in the distant sky? Instead, I look to culture for a sort of love language for communicating about God. It doesn't hover over people, but exists inside them. Be it sports, music, movies, comic books, or just the ministry of laughter. I seek to make God accessible, like a friend. Those same touch points were important to Jesus. A homeless Brown Palestinian Jew who occasionally drank with people he should not even have sat with, according to the religious mores of the day. Jesus believed in loving God and following the golden rule. Not judging folks. People, young people, especially, no us by our love. This first person essay was written by Nicole Duncan Smith in New York for the monitor. Our reviewers ten favorite books of October include John look arrays last tale of British spies. A novel where characters test the boundaries of moral.

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John Hinckley Jr., Who Tried to Kill Reagan, Will Be Released Next June

Mark Levin

01:30 min | 2 months ago

John Hinckley Jr., Who Tried to Kill Reagan, Will Be Released Next June

"And then the report came out That the president had been shot the 40th president of the United States Nobody knew how bad it was but as you now know he almost died He was bleeding out Punctured lung eternal bleeding Almost died The man who shot him was John W hinckley junior He crippled James Brady two officers were also shot Now I hinkley's 66 years old The Washington compost writes that trial he was found not guilty by reason of insanity after explaining that by shooting the president he's trying to get the attention of actress Jody foster with whom he was obsessed And she played the character in the movie taxi driver about a would be assassin of a presidential candidate The verdict outrage many and led to changes in laws making the insanity defense more difficult to claim but it didn't change the outcome of inky's trial He spent several decades in a government psychiatric hospital where his condition improved and by the 1990s he was going on supervised trips with his family 2016 he was granted a strictly controlled conditional release to his mother's home in a gay de community This is by far the best outcome for any one who has ever shot a president They point out

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"hinkley" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

05:59 min | 5 months ago

"hinkley" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

"And i to be honest i have never applied for a job before. Like right always just moved from one position and offered to the other and I put together that that Application very quickly because of what hearings would is and really you know. How herons would the philosophy behind this place and when i came at and and talked with the the the the tribal leaders ear and the administration and the exit work. Here it just seemed to be a perfect a perfect match. Because my worldview and the port gamble slalom tribes worldview cone In those it was partly if not mostly that real passion for life like promoting life and understanding that every choice we make we'll have this profound reverberate reverberating effect out into the future. A forever here on this planet that really brought me here and dan hinkley and his love of of filling every space which is so important to me and making the most out of every little spot. You have To provide color to provide movement diversity life odors all those things that really make a garden More than just statuary. It brings it to life and so yeah. That was. That was the reason. And i can't think of any other place that i would have gone on you know in this country Aside from from here and it's it's just been wonderful and so you mentioned. Dan and dan was the director of the garden and was the cofounder. of herons would nursery that preceded the garden and the garden. Today was the place that used to be their home and so on over a lot of us. Old time gardeners have many plants in their gardens. That came mail order from hearn's with nursery back in the day. The nursery doesn't exist anymore but anyway he's a plant explorer and so on and so forth so so many different layers there of excitement But natural community gardening. Maybe tell us really quickly like about the natural heritage garden at clemson that you were involved with and the so that sort of connector to where you are now yeah so My background has always been gardening. But it's also been rooted in ecology. Yes psalms phd's in in botany. But i've spent most of my life. really caring about trying to to keep america wild to keep the world wild to provide places where You know plants animals and all the other things that give us the breadth of what life is experience of life to keep those places going and so most of my life. I've spent trying to understand how plants animals and humans interact in traditional way is a In for communities. And so. When i got to the south carolina botanical garden I got they're kind of in the middle of the economic downturn And i took the position without pay for the first little bit just because it was It was put to me kind of like well either. You can become director of the botanical garden or we might consider closing down. And i didn't want that to happen so So i took the position. And i had no idea what i was doing like. I went in and really had not had a close enough relationship with the botanical garden. There in clemson in the past..

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"hinkley" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"hinkley" Discussed on WGN Radio

"They were today to 33 some mid to upper twenties in inland locations when it comes to the area, roadways and the rails, the rails Have a lot of issues right now. They've just stopped a lot of metre lines. Metro Union Pacific West Line, Metro Union Pacific Northwest Line and Metro Union Pacific North Line all have suspended service right now due to high winds on the Eisenhower Albany, California, The two left lanes are blocked. That's due to a crash and we are seeing falling power cables some of the outlining areas right now because the storms have just not hit the closer city area and DuPage County. But over in Hinkley, Bastian Road, both directions between Somonauk and Sandwich Road completely closed with fallen power cables and in DeKalb route, 23 shut down both ways between Fairview and Taylor. I'm Jen DeSalvo from the IDA traffic center, reminding you to drive responsibly. It really is a matter of life or death. Campen Obi, Who are we firing first bears on a three game losing streak. Hamp and Obi Yep, it's coming up tonight. Dan Hampton and Ed O'Bradovich tonight at seven. Chevy. Dr Chicago dot com and Dan Hampton struck Chevy Silverado Drive with hand drive Chevy. Geico presents left brain versus right brain. You know, we should switch to Geico. I'm picking up what you're putting down buddy. We could save hundreds of dollars a year on car insurance. With that kind of scratch..

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"hinkley" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"hinkley" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"I mean, that's very possible, very, very, very passable. So, and he was the only Beatle never became a vegetarian. That is just a funny thing. And it is a song called Julia. That's very maybe we'll play a seashell eyes back. Traffic is starting 35 north bound near Hinkley. The road is closed to all traffic except emergency vehicles for a traffic incident happening between county road 14 and Highway 23 near Hinkley. So if you're heading up north this afternoon Expect some delays. As you approach Hinckley and got some construction to talk about 35 w North bound the roadway reduced to two lanes. Heavy traffic. On 35 w North, bound between County Road H and late drive in Lexington, 35. W North bound. A crash reported in Arden Hills between 6 90 Foreign County Road 96. And 6 94 westbound in Friedly, a crashed between University Avenue and East River Road and 1 69 South bound near Eden Prairie, a crash between Anderson Lakes Parkway and Pioneer Trail. That's your mind. Talk traffic. Your five eyewitness News. Weather forecast brought to you by y M c. A Minnesota summer programs. Partly cloudy today 82 Partly cloudy 52 Tonight your weekend forecast mostly sunny Saturday with the highest 68. Partly cloudy may be a chance of a shower thunderstorm on Sunday with the highest 70 for right now, the might talk studio 78 partly cloudy. My talk 1071..

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"hinkley" Discussed on Head Speaks

Head Speaks

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"hinkley" Discussed on Head Speaks

"Think this, she would worked out nicely. I could have. Darker Character Butts. Brought her down a little bit. So she wasn't quite so bubbly your seeing everything she has to go through but. Even. If they kept her the way she was I really will would've loved to see that play out because again, you you've got the very energetic in light and happy. Superhero in quotes and then you got her. And her partner, the older crackly, very just get off my lawn. Maxwell of the I. Agent so I think that would have been a dynamic do. But that would have been a great story I think they could have actually I don't know why I can't find it on the Internet. That says why They didn't bring it to series why they didn't play the pilot is pilots. But as I'm talking about this, my wife sitting here, doing your homework for school, she's going to college for a to be a teacher she's looking over I mean, and she's giving me the eyesight that she wants to join in. So. We've got a last minute surprise guest for this episode, my Wife Beautiful and lovely Michelle Moss her. We talk over on the quantum leap or I'm sorry this project podcast and voyagers cast every month about quantum leap and the voyagers. so we were used to podcast. But she's been on this show before. So she wanted to join in real quick and give her thoughts because she sat here and watched the once they pilot but it was really a pilot that episode with me. So show what are your thoughts on the greatest American hero I four go that far did you watch the great American hero when was on TV so when did it air eighty to eighty? One, three, three? Okay. How old was I would've been four five so probably. Not. But the thing is, I. Remember the theme song. So if I can sane the theme song I'm going to say I did but I don't remember really watching it but may have caught in syndication excuse me you not I'm thinking about you would have been like four between four and six years old in that series I came out. So but what's weird is my mom always complained that I watch stuff like that. So he did watch it so a could be possible that. I watched that stuff but my mom does turned it on to shut me up. Because I liked like the holck and I liked that stuff choice complained that I liked that kind of thing. So. Even as a little girl, I was very much that geeky little girl that liked those kinda shows and like you said I can sing the theme song which you turn it on like just singing along and I'm like how do I know this I was young to know this so I'm going to say yes that I've seen it but I'm going to say I do not remember a darned thing except for the same song so. We'll just we'll just say that. And so you sat here and watched. Chris Heroin me what are your thoughts on that show? So you keep referring to stay W and I cringe every time you. You even remotely bring that term up with her. Because I just. Don't see the connection with I. Mean I know you're using it as far as like you know. There are people out there that are like that and they do all that but I know this is. What this podcast is about and all that fun stuff but. I feel like. Just. Because she's all into that kind of thing doesn't necessarily would even now label her as that. Because he took a male hero replacement of the female. They made it very simple. Very stereotypical. Blonde very, very Say Bubbly. They made her very much into charity work and shed adopted daughter. She was trying to save the planet you. Yeah. Their first mission, she was trying to save the whales. People today at this was if they'd had a new show that they replaced a man with a woman doing all that people would have on the Internet been client she was an essay w. I don't know because if I could do all that I would do that and I wouldn't be J W. we'll know some say she is but a lot of people would claim she is okay but you're labeling her that I'm not saying people would call her that. I. Liked it. I thought she was good character. I liked the show. But I'm saying that today people would call her and S J W people suck some. That's true. I'm not refunder myself. I'm not saying I think she's one I'm saying I think that nowadays if they did that people referred her that. Well. Again, because they're in, it's awful place. Well, yeah, I mean the. Peninsula referring to that's where I'm you know people as people on the Internet would refer to her as an w and they complain that plays my male heroes a female. Well, they did not complain that for everything. I'm saying that's what I'm saying that's what I'm saying this was under day. Yeah, they would complain that she was initiative character politics out of my TV show. You complain about that stuff too I don't not. That's different. When they take an ex now see if they would've taken Ralph Hinkley and revamped the series a neighbor ow frankly. Realistically A-, then I would have complained. But like I. said I like a Mouse Morales Spiderman I don't mind if they take it existing superhero in change the person inside the costume. Okay. I just don't WanNa. See a black Bruce Wayne a black superman. White Luke cage I I WANNA see. See those characters who they are. If you WANNA replace some make a new character I know if our that. So that's that's all I. I don't mind. Seeing more women more. You know politically correct stuff whatever you WANNA call it in comics. I don't WanNa. See them changing. The alter ego of character if you will. Just, for those reasons, I agree with you but. Labeling. Them I mean. I guess I see where your your point but. You're going to get people bitching and moaning on facebook and Internet no matter what I mean they're gonna you are I'm just saying I, just making a point they're pointing out that if they did this today, that's one thing people will complain about. Okay. I'm not saying it's a bad thing. I'm not saying I think she is okay. I enjoyed the clearing that up because I I don't necessarily see her as an S J W character. I just think that. You know. Maybe. Maybe I guess they could tone it down a little bit with what she did if they don't want her to be s j w character, you know maybe. Not have her be all those things in one package maybe she only was a foster parent or baby she's only. A pet rescue her center something if they don't want to be her, you know if they were to Redo this, you know instead of doing ever being all of those things in one big package have redo two of those things. Maybe she was a firefighters are one reason why Ralph Because she was very much over the top very much into all of this that's my chosen. That's why they gave her all these these different. Causes. I. Guess You can say all these everything she she did because. Someone because again when bill was looking, he was looking for someone like.

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"hinkley" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"hinkley" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

"It. . So Some of the you said, , you know sort of throw things at the soil and see what sticks and so forth and what I one of the things. One . of the many things I loved reading the book and having known you for a long time and a little bit about the old days and so forth. . That even though others would characterize you as a famous Gardner and you know an expert, , all these very high praise kind of things in the book you talk about yeah? ? Like I'm trying to see what's going to work and some stuff's going to die and you know you're very candid about the fact that this is experimental even at your face of second big garden being a plants men having you just said, , you <hes> the people who owned the House before they used to have you come prune this particular maple. . I. . Think you have a Master's degree in your thesis or whatever was. . The Genus Acer Maple or something. . So you've got some training and experience, , but you acknowledged that this is an ongoing learning experience and experiment. . Yes. . Oh you know I. . Don't think any of US call ourselves. . True gardeners can can say, , Hey, , we finally of mastered this I mean there are there are some people out there that really have you know perfected the art of growing maybe a genus or to that of plants that are more difficult to grow but I would think any of us that are honest. . With ourselves know that. . You know we're still gonNA plant and too closely. . Ridiculous. . It is to take four inch pot and actually plant it. . You know eight feet from another four inch pot. . It's like that's the most ridiculous thing I've ever seen in my life. . Of course I'M GONNA plan that three feet apart and regret it. . <hes> know in three years time. So . I <hes> the these are the things that I continually struggle with. . This <hes> this want of density of planting and. . At the same time realizing that. . <hes> I making a mistake in in the process of planting. . Trying to you know force. . Square. . Peg round hole all of those things that we were doing his younger gardeners I I admit readily to doing again on a piece of property but I you know I think that ultimately you. . You do this long enough and you begin to understand some of those. . You know live principles of of what makes us successful gardening excuse me a successful garden work. . And I think those are the things that I took with me in class <hes>. . and. . You know continued to try to work within those. . Principles to make a garden that satisfying to me. .

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Dan Hinkley on Making Windcliff Garden

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

02:54 min | 1 year ago

Dan Hinkley on Making Windcliff Garden

"It. So Some of the you said, you know sort of throw things at the soil and see what sticks and so forth and what I one of the things. One of the many things I loved reading the book and having known you for a long time and a little bit about the old days and so forth. That even though others would characterize you as a famous Gardner and you know an expert, all these very high praise kind of things in the book you talk about yeah? Like I'm trying to see what's going to work and some stuff's going to die and you know you're very candid about the fact that this is experimental even at your face of second big garden being a plants men having you just said, you the people who owned the House before they used to have you come prune this particular maple. I. Think you have a Master's degree in your thesis or whatever was. The Genus Acer Maple or something. So you've got some training and experience, but you acknowledged that this is an ongoing learning experience and experiment. Yes. Oh you know I. Don't think any of US call ourselves. True gardeners can can say, Hey, we finally of mastered this I mean there are there are some people out there that really have you know perfected the art of growing maybe a genus or to that of plants that are more difficult to grow but I would think any of us that are honest. With ourselves know that. You know we're still gonNA plant and too closely. Ridiculous. It is to take four inch pot and actually plant it. You know eight feet from another four inch pot. It's like that's the most ridiculous thing I've ever seen in my life. Of course I'M GONNA plan that three feet apart and regret it. know in three years time. So I the these are the things that I continually struggle with. This this want of density of planting and. At the same time realizing that. I making a mistake in in the process of planting. Trying to you know force. Square. Peg round hole all of those things that we were doing his younger gardeners I I admit readily to doing again on a piece of property but I you know I think that ultimately you. You do this long enough and you begin to understand some of those. You know live principles of of what makes us successful gardening excuse me a successful garden work. And I think those are the things that I took with me in class and. You know continued to try to work within those. Principles to make a garden that satisfying to me.

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"hinkley" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

06:19 min | 1 year ago

"hinkley" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"They're made by alley oop, and they're all say approved and one is a foreign one. Makeup brush and You. Come on in. Let me show you what it looks like. It's four brushes all in one and the softest, softest brushes you have ever seen. That's one. These would make great gifts. And then another product Now don't laugh because when I first heard it, I thought Ah, but this is the coolest thing. It's called an all in one portable razor. This too is approved. And it has everything that you need is faras a razor? It has. Of course, the razor. It has water. And it has soap. And so you could just throw it in. Maybe, like if your daughter wants to throw it in her gym bag are throw it in her suitcase. She doesn't have to worry about taking anything else. It's all three all in one. It's great, great gift idea. Also And then we also have its called tip off, and it's liquid filled makeup, removing swabs. So like to get your eye makeup off and stuff like that these air great all say approved all would make great grad gifts are great gifts for kids going off to college. So now I want to talk to you about See Olympians. I'm going to take a little time and talk to you about ceiling fans because I just replaced a fan at my house. I had a beautiful fan. It was a Regency fan, but I wanted it because I wanted it for the decor. It was called a Coronado Regency fan. It was beautiful, had up lighting 52 inch. It only had a 12 degree pitch on the blade and the room. I put it in was way too big for that, So I just replaced that fan. That fan works fine. We're going to move it to another room. Ah, a smaller room. And so I put in and our teeth fan by Hinckley. Hinckley slash regency. This is a 72 inch fan. There is no place that I am in my den that I don't feel that fan. This fan is amazing. It moves more air than any fan that you get from Hinkley. It comes with the remote. It's six speeds. It does have a light on it, though. I don't use the light. You can just dim it off. And and that's the nice part. It's an led and its dimmable on and you can put it on low. If you just need a little bit, But it's 100 degrees right now. In fact, It's 101 So if you're my house, like last night, I left my air conditioner on 79 until I went to bed and I was completely comfortable in my den with that Artie's fan on you need to come in and look this fan. It is a transitional kind of fan, so it's a little more modern looking. But if you're cool Does it really make a difference if it doesn't fit just perfect in with the decor. I mean, that's the ceiling fans job is to make you feel cooler. Now there is another one that is Almost almost moves as much air. It's really pretty is called Advantage Fan. It's 66 inches. And if you say Oh, treaty, they will take over the room. No, they won't. They will not, and you can get him in several different colors and finishes. The bottom line is you're going to feel comfortable in your room. You're going to be able to leave your air conditioner up close to 80 and still feel Cool and remember, at Johnny Chicks home and hardware. We still always sell our ceiling fans at half ofthe retail Now, If you go to the website, you will not see any prices out there. You need to call the store and I will give you a price in here and we shipped those fans. Everywhere. Every week. So it's just something to look at. If you say I don't need a fan that size come on in. I have got a whole book of Hinkley fans that are A lifetime warranty have a degree of pitch on the blade that will make you feel cooler. Big motors, So that means it's ableto push that ceiling push the blade that has got a degree, a pitch on it that makes you feel cooler. Those are the three things you want to know. Degree, a pitch size motor warranty. Oh, and one more thing, a triple heavy duty capacitor, so it never makes any noise because that's the last thing you want to hear. When you're trying to sleep is noise. All right, so I want to talk to you about a couple of more things. I want to talk to you about Stone Tech deep cleanse stone tech deep. Clint's maybe are having problems since more people at home right now, and you may be your grout is dirty or your tile. It's dirty and you've tried everything and nothing is getting it clean this Deep cleanse is an amazing grout cleaner, and all you do is spray it on. Use a brush like a wallpaper brush. That's what I suggest. They're about 12 inches long, and that way you can clean like three feet at a time. Don't use like a toothbrush. I mean, you get two inches at a time. Use a wallpaper brush. It's really easy to use in this deep cleanse. It will get out everything and it will take care of natural stone tile grout. It's great for grout. And then once you clean your grout don't just leave it like that. Put on a grout sealer. Stone take makes a great ground sealer. It's called Advanced Grout sealer.

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Wild Hydrangeas of the World

In Defense of Plants Podcast

10:22 min | 1 year ago

Wild Hydrangeas of the World

"Dan Hinkley it's great to have you back on the podcast. Welcome thank you very much Matt. It's great to be back. Well you've already been on the episode before and we've talked a lot about your background but for those that didn't listen or new to hearing your name Tell us a little bit about who you are and what it is you do. Well essentially A glorified gardener. I am the director at Herons Garden in Kingston Washington Nets Garden that I started in nineteen eighty seven with my partner Rubber Jones. I currently have a personal garden in India. Nola just twelve miles away from Heron's book called win cliff. Both of those gardens are open to the public. If you should ever find yourself in the areas of the we encourage people to come to walk around and and then I do a little writing. Delo speaking some design consultation so a lot of a lot of fingers in different pots but all in all plants in on all the blast. Ya Fantastically charmed existence for any plant lover but You Know People WanNa know more about your background in You're working plant exploration. They can listen to the previous episode. After that was recorded we talked a little bit about maybe diving into more detail into some of your favorite groups and we both agreed that the hydrangea. We're going to be the topic of discussion and I'm really excited to pick your brain about this. This group of plants today great. I mean it's one that I have had an infatuation with ever since I've been a kid and of course it's another one of those wonders of the plant world at once. You get to know a little you you realize how little you know and so you know it's unfolding but ever so entertaining both four in a plant explorer but also for a gardener at the such great application to gardens of North America and in Europe. Weather not necessarily native to write. And this idea that the more you look the more you realize how little you know about this group I mean. This exemplifies my entire experience Since we talked about doing this episode of growing up my experience with hydro was largely just a couple of pom pom varieties and then a little bit later on meeting. At least one or two are native species in the wild in southern Appalachia but I had no idea the breadth of what this genus in this family overall has presented the world. It's been very successful in north and south and east and West and just like you had a hydrangea. Nekia Lada outside our back door in northern Michigan. That's like zone. Three B thing. Some managed to survive in blonde some every year. And then we also had hydrangea lessons. Annabel and everybody my age at least to live on the east coast new or knows Annabel because it was such a mainstay a mop head. Arborescence wanted a heartiest hydrogen. Just so you know. That's that's where my introduction came as well but as I started traveling I was dumbfounded. By how many niches they have occupied. How successful the genus. The family as Ben as a whole and also at least in the Pacific northwest. How many of those can be brought into cultivation in? Add a great deal to the garden not only by flower but with foliage as well. Yeah and so thinking broadly about this. I was actually new to the idea. That hydrangea had. Its own family. I kind of limited with CAPRA fully. Acc so sort of a broad spectrum treatment for taxonomy sake here. What's going on with this group Obviously is a lot more refined but it was even a decade ago when I first started looking at these. You'd oftentimes find Hydrangea For Gay she was one of those bags of everything that didn't know where they belong. They put it in the sanctuary. Casey so It has now been refined obvious. Leads through a lot of different means available to taxonomic. It is a family to its own. Hydrogen Jasey and they have Would quickly dissect this. There's two sub families in hydrogen JC Eighty and James Yoy D. And then within the sub family HYDRANGEA LADY. They have made two tribes. Which are the hydrogen d. e. In Philadelphia? So it really for the sake of time in one hour fairly gonNA scratch the surface with just hydrology e which is where the the breadth of ornament event is but the the other tribe in the in the hand I drank. Philadelphia's obviously has Philadelphia has dude see as a tremendous number of other plants that we are familiar with in our garden so they're lumped rate in with hydrogen JC. Now that's awesome. Yeah then there's you know it's one of those things where again I looked deeper and realized I recognized a lot of those those. I guess that makes sense that they're related but again for the sake of time. The hydrangea you're going to be our focus specifically the genius hydrangea and roughly speaking. I mean we're we're still working and I'm sure things will change In the years or decades to come but roughly speaking how many species are within the genus. Hydrangea There's you know it changes. Because obviously lumper's lumper's splitters continually added but it ranges around sixty about sixty species. But you know they're still discovering new species and in particular in northern parts of South America just three years ago they identified. I think it was fourteen. Fourteen or fifteen new species of climbing Evergreen hydrangea from the mountains of northern Ecuador and Peru Bolivia Colombia in there. So you know. It's still a lot to be learned about true. Hydrangea as out there. They certainly have not all been discovered yet. Another big realization for me in trying to get familiar with this genus was this diversity of life-form you mentioned climbing and I'm sure. Plenty of gardeners will recognize climbing varieties of her Georgia. In of course the obvious shrubbery ones. I mean this is a really cool thing that that seems. Like hydrangea has found different ways. To make a living as a woody plant depending on where you're you're looking for them yet no Absolutely Obviously most people in North America will be familiar with hydrogen novela which is an Asian species. That's the hardest most dependable deciduous flowering plant for Shade Climbing Planet. I should say ourself clinging plant for shade in climates But new go south on occasion in Asia's while you find climbing evergreen species of hydrogen in I would say ninety nine point nine percent gardeners even in the Pacific northwest where we can grow. So many of these are aware of the fact that there are climbing evergreen branches at provide grateful during the summertime and wintertime and then beautiful flowers. That are dead ringers. For what we in our minds think of is a hydrant right on and in thinking about sort of diversity at least here in North America You know sort of West East divide always stands out especially when it comes to gardening You're located on the West Coast as you mentioned what you have over there or is this something that at least in. North America is largely assigned to east of the Mississippi and Sorta down south from there. So like in a broad sense mad here. I'm I'm sitting nine Sonny Bloch this morning a rare sunny day in the puget sound area and right off the block that I live on the two hundred foot bluff repeat Assam. We have native stands of our native Philadelphia's Philadelphia's Louis named after obviously Lewis and Clark fame and in the broad sense that is indeed in the hydrant JC. So I can't discount the those plants. If you to California now you can find Wesleyan Carpentaria and of course James Lia and a few other genera mostly not all that ornamental so. I can't say that west of the Mississippi is deposited in hydrogen JC but Zero through hike packages zero. So we have to get east of the Mississippi before we run into the only two representatives of the genus in North America. And you. You've already made not worth one of those are Bresson's which is very widespread from New York. Even Southern Quebec all the way down into Florida and the Gulf states and has variations of geographical variations within. But just a darn good dependable plant for gardeners and then Hydrangea Chrissa fully. Which is more? Gulf state oriented a beautiful very distinctive. You know probably one of the most distinctive hydrogens in the entire family is is found in in the Gulf states and You know turn the breeders loose on these which they have with Gusto in the last ten to fifteen years in your ending up with these new pink varieties of our lessons and then all of these extraordinary forms of The Oakley Hydrangea. So far cry from what was available to me as a young lad when we had a Annabel that was about it. Now we have you know pink the pink forms bread by the Maestro of plant breeding. Tom Rainey at North Carolina. State University is really Extraordinary things expanding the breadth of ornament within that that one tax of

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"hinkley" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"hinkley" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

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"hinkley" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

09:06 min | 2 years ago

"hinkley" Discussed on KTOK

"This week in sports history books are back in nineteen twenty seven with the Harlem Globetrotters played their first basketball game in Hinkley Illinois this week in nineteen sixty one was the first NFL playoff goal which was basically the runner up fall for third place the Detroit Lions beat the Cleveland Browns seventeen to sixty this week in nineteen sixty two twenty one year old golfer Jack Nicklaus makes his first pro appearance became in fifty this week in nineteen seventy two the Los Angeles Lakers chalk up a record thirty third consecutive win but then would go on to lose their next game to the Milwaukee Bucks speaking of streets this week in nineteen eighty the Minnesota north stars and the Philadelphia flyers NHL record thirty five game unbeaten streak this week in nineteen ninety six for the first time in twenty five years no one is elected to the baseball hall of fame this week in two thousand seven Phil Jackson wins his nine hundredth game as head coach becoming the fastest coach to reach nine hundred career wins and this week in twenty twelve the game nicknamed the three sixteen game the underdog Denver Broncos defeat the Pittsburgh Steelers twenty nine to twenty three with Tim Tebow connecting with the various Thomas on an eighty yard touchdown pass on the first play from scrimmage in overtime that year I heart radio weekend sports time capsule this is your investment attorney with broad Yancy of both planning well it is a financial planner and estate planning attorney and is a frequent speaker on these topics different when you work with an attorney is that an attorney is a fiduciary that has a legal obligation to put your interest before their he and his team are dedicated to making your financial future a more secure one attorney is bound by a whole nother set of regulations it has to be the recommendation that they believe legally is the best thing for you and your family now your investment attorney welcome back to your and as an attorney with the rod Yancy our phone number four oh five four five one three nine six SO four oh five four five one three nine six so are you can always go online to both planning dot com so after the holidays are over we typically spend some time making a few changes exchanges rather and returns America's research group CEO Britt Beemer says a decade ago about forty five percent of Americans return something that they received for Christmas but today guess what that number is under ten percent and the reason is because of gift cards or turned it up big a deal as they were years ago well I fight because as consumers got aggravated with returning thank you for their friends or children or whatever they should be given the more gift cards I'm just curious because I found that stuff such a fascinating statistic or it was a you know are you a gift card house or do you have returns to make it have you already made him who so I don't do give cards I I'll give the cash I don't don't do give cars not tell you why I read this really interesting article a recently where it was something like nine billion dollars and on redeem to gift cards nine billion over the last like ten or twenty years and I mean I'm just I'm kind of pulling that number out of the air but it was outrageous the amount of people who don't redeem the gift cards so you know you have these big companies let's say they sell a hundred million dollars worth of gift cards in a season well twenty percent right off the top they know they're not gonna be redeemed somebody's gonna lose they're gonna put him in a drawer and then I'm going to see it again and so I'll just give cash if I'm gonna get to the gift card level I do like to give you know a thoughtful gift that's really hard to do though especially as you get older and you give gifts to your mom over and over again it's like what is mom one now I just don't know she wants time with her sons Roch you're right you know just because I have a lot of a five year old son so that's why I'm practicing for the future because he'll be like what U. want mileages one is saying you this just in time yeah just a little time yes so that's interesting so you asked are we a give courthouse or do we have returns to make I'll tell you my wife is absolutely fantastic about doing returns so I'm the kind of guy that I'll get the thing and I'm like and I'll just I feel bad about giving it back to and like maybe I won't return it where it sometime and then it just hangs in my closet forever but she knows she knows yeah you're not gonna wear that so she takes it back and like so that's that's where our household yeah yeah this is good the only time I ever did that is baby shower stuff like I traded in a bunch of stuff that I got at the shower for things that I would actually use because that's one of the that's another place where people get things that they will never uses at a baby shower so I felt I felt no guilt or during those things but I never thought about returning a gift that somebody gave me that I don't use but I will say that I'm I usually don't do give cards either I usually try to be specific to the person but I can say that if you get a candle from me I don't know yeah that's my that's my two yeah that's my go to if you know do you have a go to if you don't know somebody and that's not to insult anybody who may be listening to my got a candle from me I stay where I got the panel it's just that shows you that I didn't know you well enough to know what else to get shot yeah it's just so hard yeah I'm like a candle's a solid go to I I normally will try to go out and find something small something unique maybe it's not related to the person but just something and at a unique shop that it's like at least it's something they maybe would never buy for themselves on the other hand it's probably something that they will never use if they wouldn't behave themselves and now I'm Rese you've got me rethink gifts here's a here's the thing is the least amount of eye rolling from the recipient possible and I think your gift even if they don't use it is something that is unique they won't roll their eyes but if they get a candle for me that they're gonna roll their eyes I think you're out again ride with the competition you're out doing me whatever I don't I don't believe it I think you've got that one unlock late but here's the thing is I so wanted to translate to money I mean you know to make it a professional is like if you have something that you need to return then go ahead I'm returning get what you need instead of wasting the opportunity to have something you that you will use and they were the gift cards the lesson is go USM and don't let him said because that is wasted money right absolutely and the gift cards sitting and wasting that money I mean it's that adds up and I guess the translated again to you know find the analogy here is the little things add up over time so if you know company sells hunter million dollars with the gift cards and you know ten percent go unredeemed that's a lot of money for that company's bottom line and we could talk about the legality of them you know and how they account for it and how much they can really consider to be earned income over time but that's not really the point the point is is that if you take up a large amount of money like your retirement account you know maybe your time an account has a hundred thousand in it maybe it has two hundred thousand a million it doesn't matter but if you're paying an extra two percent in fees inside of that account that number adds up right so if you if there's a lot of unnecessary fees in there a lot of things that aren't giving you any value so you know the gift card you're never using or you know some sort of active management strategy that's not really giving you a good return on your investment well that one or two percent will really really add up especially if it's not only one year but it's two years and three years and four years and five years and you know the ten years or twenty years that you leave that money in that account if you're paying an extra two percent each and every year and unnecessary fees than that two percent has gonna end up being a really big number and then if you consider the fact that had you not pay that two percent in fees you could have invested that money and let it grown it the number can be outrageous you know it can it can be thirty percent of a retirement account after thirty years I mean so if you would had a million dollars you only have seven hundred thousand dollars at the end of your time I mean that's a pretty significant number right three hundred thousand dollars is a lot of money and so we can model that out for clients in whenever clients come in no we can see are least help them identify what fees are you pay in inside of your retirement accounts and what value are you getting for those fees that your pain because a lot of times you know you might not be getting a lot of value my you might just be ship in a bunch of unnecessary money back to Wall Street right and into somebody up there some company up there some company is just put not on their profit bottom line so working with an independent fiduciary adviser he's also an attorney who can spot those issues for you can end up creating a ton of value for your retirement accounts is just by you know doing the best.

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"hinkley" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"hinkley" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Hinkley roading came in after a police chase this afternoon that ended in gunfire Waterville police officer and the suspect both wounded the officer whose wounds were not life threatening taken to a hospital as well as the suspect the officer had been taken to Maine general Medical Center stay or campus and water bill with non life threatening injuries the condition of the suspect has not been released Rhode Island man who killed a woman and injured two others before killing himself at a housing complex Thursday had threatened gun violence years ago according to divorce filing sixty six year old Jess of get shallow had threatened to kill his wife and himself back in two thousand two and was admitted to a mental health facility as a result the judge also issuing a three year restraining order after his ex wife detail the violent and abusive relationship you cello opened fire Thursday morning it Babcock village a housing complex in westerly Rhode Island where you lived authorities are still trying to figure out the motive it's your Christmas joy for hundreds of kids in Fayetteville North Carolina fifteen hundred leaving their parents yesterday at the gate of large above a large building volunteers taking the kids to a hall filled with bicycles of various sizes and colors each of the kids say able to pick out a bike can take it home the late Moses Mathis known as the bicycle man founded the event three decades ago and now it's his widow in sponsoring the giveaway I.

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"hinkley" Discussed on Lace Out AFL Podcast

Lace Out AFL Podcast

10:57 min | 2 years ago

"hinkley" Discussed on Lace Out AFL Podcast

"Let's just from Tanya, reckon. Look the problem is and citizen couple of John's now at might change this year. But who also going to go in there and coach them at the moment on all really because was saying we're Brad, Scott swan position. I've been there are members about John wall coming back to back to Melbourne. The potential of Ken Hinkley who's, who's probably most likely going to miss another finals, and that's gonna make it really difficult for him to stay on. I mean, you probably gonna have a club revote such is the such as the waters down there at the moment. The beds. Yeah. It's real bad. If you look at the forums, if you just talked to at allied PayPal. It's bad. It's really bad. It's not love for the NAR think there should be. Because I think we should probably isn't a person to take him to a premiership kin is a person permission. The same thing about Buckley trees ago. You sending that Duma threes ago. Just never know. But I think he's had a fair. On the flip side, is that, you know, you go to look at it. Do you think the plies applying for him? I think. That's the way I look at it. I think but I think they are also lacking structure haven't got a forward anymore, and I'm gonna to afford Danaher that whole incident what happens with Danaher. That's Affects the club greater than probably most people are willing to admit. Yeah. Did we get a little bit what Melvin thinking that at least was better than it actually walls with the performance in the back half of the season last year? They felt that. That was gonna be taught full premiership contenders about picking up Dylan. Schilling always pretty vocal like really midfields crappy, and you picked up midfielder more holes than the Titanic at the moment. Yeah, it wasn't just just. He wasn't gonna save the dight and the worst easy kind even kick. Yeah, yeah, and deta her Mauri has got a sheet motor, but he can fly non so sheet, Mark. But the boy can play every if you play Melvin we will apply someone into fall. We do it every when we play is next. We'll play someone from you'll mobile. We'll play. We will play the worst player at at the moment. Was port. Yep. More like Raleigh bond, or someone like Keith seeks against us. Guaranteed Email support is that they know he will kick seeks against us. He could be distraught. But once again, you look at the way, that they're playing at the moment or what their brain for bullies. I'll tell you what What I. I. I think I think it's the I think it's just hard and fast, running and planet old costing get that bowl into the forward, fifty the problem is, as a sign for Melbourne, and it's a sign for pulled out, and it's the same for couch and is there's no one there to kick to and the bowl. Just get that back out of the otherwise and gets hit with interest. It's no good. Is it really makes it really makes it difficult for clubs to school? Wayne, you'll you pal. Ford can't get on the pocket. Makes really really tough. Do you know lot hasn't kicked score? I've a one hundred points twenty guys down the new Calton. I think we are. That's yeah. I didn't realize that at all for being how, how goalless in three first quarters or in the season, we do. We do that every wage. Welcome. How you go for three quarters hell hell goals for half. That's how bad it gets. So, yeah, I think we should he's gonna have to have on their injury leases bathing terms of the, the dies off into of injuries has been as bad as the clubs. It was a there was an article in the Stein, owes it shut it because I was trying to get a copy of it because it showed the clubs in terms of days and the top twenty two termites twenty two dies loss of injury. Yeah. Album with seeing it IT four days of injury for the talk twenty two. Yep. Schmidt and considering Tim weeks of the season, you looking at least I ply Bena for the whole season. It's makes tough would base smashed. It's not an excuse. But you take the idea of guns out of anything. You gotta make it really difficult. But let's, let's be Frank, he no one sold is coming from Albany. Nah, Donald, so this coming from, like dating. How'd they getting held scoreless for thirty forty minutes at a time? Guy on the weekend. I just. Credit to the, the opponents applying against I played GWA's. I are also unit like I just, I just know each other so well. Just saying the way that they run the writing patents in the Ford craft. They why just moved the bull it was it was a c can you can you go down there whoever's plying on him? Aberg. Go down there and tell that Playa that he is gonna roll, you every time the boys only guard at the back darn let that happen. Well, look at the moment, you've put anyone Imelda's back loan on him. It wouldn't might a difference module gun ply. Look, that's the thing when you've got generates, I had Cameron Huma Berg, and I also had who's? When I'm looking at. Gone blank, I had three targets that they could keep two plus throwing Siberian then you've got Kelly Kanaelay these guys just running around peppering, it live front and center. Oh, yeah. To meet your age. I would the worst type me. I fell behind Chad ring out. Got. But the they just awesome unit back lawn. Phil diva's. He's based isn't it? He's a sixty base, like he's on. He's a good looking unit and he's a big unit. So we will next to the rice and some of them, but then they've got some midgets running around as well to football's a guy that can accommodate anyone just don't do. Most clubs Donham by twenty seven inside Meads. And then you've got not one to run it out. When you need to the guy with giants. That one simple rule change messed, everything up. So it's gonna be interesting. He wants them what apply looking for as well. That was the other one that you were much much more bucks. On. I it's he needs some more innocent these in the system surrounding the. That's what I'm starting to feel now with clubs. It's because there's so much shade reliance on your systems. And that's where lot of the messages coming from if they're not delivering the message doing it in the way that complements the head head shifts. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly like a kitchen. If you have the greatest head shift in the world. But if you'll sous-chef in your system shifts a not up to it yet, you, they're the ones that do the cooking. Yep. And so you think they need to be a he needs to get some more support, and it's the need to go ahead and do whatever they came if I think he's the man. Yeah. I mean, Bosie move. But yeah, sure if that's if they feel feel bring hoodie back, Oregon food net that, that would be another twelve months of headlines. It's love that sheet. Good. What does he Thomas? We speculating loss played some good football and then saw its fully idea was before game to charity veins. Get on Seoul, set a few beverages gets caught and has been dropped for this week. Punching. With the next team, I. Stand. Faced feared kelp. Yeah, look nor good. Look, not a good look. Especially all of that caused Bain through in the last two weeks, three weeks to have one of your saying, you're plies that, you know, let's not forget that he was recruited on a huge salary has had a pretty ordinary couple of ease in his head. Pretty pretty role this year. He's getting last you. And in this she played a lot bit of forty. He's probably like a senior Playa should. You just don't need to do this dumb shit. When you clubs already under pressure. It's a simple as that. Yeah. Isn't it? It's just. It'd be no. What he motives sacrificed to yourself to tight, the pressure of bolts? What do you reckon? But on the way he had thirty disposals on the way canes. Five bucks to chuckles on goal one. Three four. It wasn't it wasn't the greatest if that he had sixty nine on On site. site. He was thirty trained for the team, but he hasn't been that battling the white before you use flooding around bit. The old L does old is he told me? You can't guy doing that, like you're old enough to realize what you can and cannot do. Maybe he was maybe he heard it was at the at the at the charity event doing the old Billy Billy Brown this. Eddie. Is that what he's doing? Wishy washy on. Do the greatest Brownlee street tool? What have you saw the picture of MRs on that I fell website? You'd spin the wheel high so easy. I have a week off and then the week after that'll, and that's when the boys dot he's not having another wake off. So he's, he's got long way Gulf plies the week after the lines. And then after that, which is then round Thurday plying again. Grandfathered aimed, and I have the boss. So he's alway Gulf dominated situation, have another way Gulf. Good only applied. That's well rested. Right now, this differently have to be paler shortage. 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"hinkley" Discussed on The goop Podcast

The goop Podcast

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"hinkley" Discussed on The goop Podcast

"How many times I'm referenced PG knee? And we were both monitoring the accuracy. And we felt really good about it. I mean, it was like oh my God. She nailed it. I'm like, oh my God. I'll finish nailed you. And we really felt good about all the accuracy Soderbergh Andrews films universal. They really stayed true to story. So it's accuracy was there. You know, they took very little creative license, and we feel good about that. And then once like the Hinkley residents and our families sought, and we could gauge their opinion, they were just like really happy. So that probably has to be rare. But that it is totally how did that. I can only imagine the number ways at that movie changed your life. But we're you before the movie happened with the initiation of the case and taking on PG knee and find. You know, everything that happened. Were you like this is what I'm supposed to do? And now, you're just doing it on a grander scale. No. That's a really good question and one that I have just recently really kind of woken up to it. So it's one of those things you get thrown into something. I was a single mom I needed a job, and I had to work, and I never expected this in my life. I mean for me, I would have thought I would become a doctor. That's what I always wanted to do. I've been very interested always in public, health and welfare. So I kind of got thrown into an and it's thrown into this throat into your name being known. I mean things that I'm so uncomfortable with I mean when the film came out, and they did the whole red carpet thing, I was shaking so bad. When I got off everyone from universal that we can't get you to calm down. We're going to take you home. I mean, it's like don't stand me next to Catherine Zeta Jones. I was like oh, Iran. I'm like. I just I'm so uncomfortable. It was nothing. I could be prepared for was trained for sought to do it just happened. And you know, I truly believe when we do things and it comes from a pure place with no agendas things will often work out. But I never saw coming. It's a really been late that I've been able to look back at what was perpetuating me. A lot of how I was raised has a lot to do with. It was born and raised in Kansas. I'm from wonderful family that taught me a whole lot about you know, values and respect and the importance of water and the environment and our health. I mean, really at the end of the day. That's all we have. And that's what's important. I struggled a lot through school because I'm dyslexic. So I was always seen as different, and it really wasn't until Hinckley and really of late that I've been able to see what really was pushing me was the suppression that I was getting and I didn't recognize it. Then I didn't even really recognize it as a kid, but I always fought against it. And I never liked the label. I never liked being judge. I never thought you had to be any one way to be a person and to be kind and to learn 'em when I went out to Hinckley everything that had kind of gone on my life was now staring me in the face, my mom and dad, and what they taught me people being harmed. I believed them everyone not believing me. And that whole pushback started to come in about you're not this. You're not that. Why are you here? Why are you snooping go away? That I just started really bubble up. And I'm like, are you kidding me hoped the beast, right? And it's like, I don't have to be any of that to be human. And to tell you what I see is wrong. And I have nothing to lose by standing up and speaking out for these people, and even now more so today, and we've all kind of watched the movements and stuff there has been this overall suppression, or these ideas or were within the box, how we are an aren't supposed to be, and I think really busting out now, and I didn't recognize at the time that that's what I was doing. But I can I have a clear vision..

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"hinkley" Discussed on Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing

Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing

04:47 min | 3 years ago

"hinkley" Discussed on Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing

"Started. Welcome back to the slow flowers podcast with Deborah printing. And I am so delighted to welcome today's guests NAN Madison high, man. We're both kind of chuckling that we actually are pulling this off and having an illicit interview in some ballroom of hotel. No, no, no, no noun. Some of you may know NAN from her Instagram handle Queen city flower farm, and that's how I know you and you are based in Cincinnati, Ohio. Right. Yes. So okay. You're in Seattle. You wanted to tell everybody why you're the Pacific northwest quickly. And then we'll jump through the interview. Yes today, I spent a workshop at the herons would Dan Hinkley herons would propagating hardwood. So I have family in the north west. So I just use that as an excuse to come visit everyone and go to this workshop, I love woman who flies across country to take a propagating. It's really extravagant. You know? And I just wanna say there's something about your philosophy of life that have always appreciated and you brought it up to me a couple times about this. Like if there's three things happening I can get on an airplane and describe that a little bit because I think it's a good life philosophy. Right. So a lot of times I'll look at where these conferences are. And then I'll find just something else in the city that's of interest, or I may have wanted to do unfortunate to know a lot of people in a lot of different places accussed countries. So I can visit old friends sometimes their family. So I usually put three things together. And then then I can justify it. I love that. And I'm kind of same way in that. If I'm traveling, you know, I'm gonna find a flower farm, exac, someone interviews. So I think it's great sometimes you invite yourself too. But who would think there'd be a propagating class in the middle of January and the Pacific northwest a famous guard. And so I love that you did that. So when I knew you were you were in town. I was like, okay. Well, we're going to get together. And I want to get you on the podcast because I've had you on my wishlist for while. Not that you knew that. But you have such a great story. Let's talk about Queen city. Flour from you wanted to give us a little snapshot of where you are. And what that has has been for four years. So Quincy's fire farm is in Cincinnati, Ohio. I grew on less than a quarter of an acre. And I grew on a farm that was being so a young couple Lisa's land. They were going all the vegetables, they had livestock doing the whole local slow foods, and I had a conversation with Claire one day. And it's like, hey, come grow flowers on our property. So so they had extra land. Exactly. So I jumped in and just started growing and just really jumped in and sent like this was an offer. I knew was not gonna come again. Because as anybody in the city knows. Land is hard to come by. So so I grew. Two thousand fifteen when you start started or sixteen fifteen okay? Yeah. Nothing. I met you. Yes. So. I sold through farmers markets, and I had a couple retail florist, basically, the farmers markets were through Claire, and there I was just an added value to their produce. And then I solicited a couple of floors. Yeah. And you just did it. I just did it. Yeah. I jumped in and I joined the SE of g because like we don't need to reinvent the wheel from people who've gone me for me, and just you know, listen to podcasts and just dived in. Yeah. First. So I love it. You're like a superfan, or at least a super podcast listener. Because I was remind we've just set down a little bit before this. And I was remembering that out of the blue. You contacted me and said, maybe I'll meet you at the field to dinner in Brooklyn. I'm coming and because I had been working for that. And. I think that you heard about it on the podcast or something -absolutely. Yeah. So I have a long commute for my day job. And I listened a lot of podcasts. I I got in early on that game. And I found you at episode five looking for guard walking garden podcast episode five and we're now on episode like two hundred eighty now. Raising an easy. Wow. Yeah..

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"hinkley" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast

The Bechdel Cast

03:52 min | 3 years ago

"hinkley" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast

"Which is that one red dye number? Oh, I don't remember which there's a red dye is not good and any time. I hear about a red dye. It's bad. Yeah. Love potion number nine. That's pretty bad too. That's the worst one thread die forty o. Dia. What's what's was that from? I it just does it's bad for you, it they put it in a lot of two color food are talking about like a movie where they where they said. This isn't a movie that I'm currently writing where red dye forty is the main antagonists. Kills everyone. It's in like, gummy worms and Kool aid. So. Children are anyways. Now, I'm beginning to put on like a tin foil hat, go full chromium six. So she learns how toxic it is. And it how it probably caused all of the medical problems that Donna Jensen and her husband have. And she also finds out that the utility plants that PG and E R operating put this chromium sticks in their water because it prevents rust and Crozier of their engines, and then that seeps into the groundwater, so right? She starts to poke around. She goes to the local waterboard for records that might tell her something, and she discovers that there is like this order for cleanup that happened and that all of this area around Hinkley, California was contaminated with a chromium six, right? And then we find out this was one of the story points. Then I'm like, I wonder how based in the actual story of Erin Brockovich. This was because this threw me a little bit where apparently this whole time that she's been she been investigating the story for about a week. Week. But she didn't tell her boss or something like Albert Finney didn't understand why she wasn't at work Stinson ever, check his messages. That's true that she she she she went off researching. And she was because she comes back. He said he says to win the same. You've you've been away. We we got fun because you've been away a week. Yeah. And and she my remembering right that she told someone in the office, the she was going, but the message wasn't related to him. So he just assume that she wasn't Tony. But that's another thing about the movie. I thought was really interesting that in the beginnings in the early scenes when she's working because she dresses in kind of slightly more provocative way in a more kind of, you know, she's no buttoned up like all the other women in the office. There's not a lot of support for her particularly from the women in the office. She she's liking she she's at loggerheads with them almost immediately. Yeah. And which was which was like a really interesting dimension in the story. That she doesn't get a lot of support in terms of you know, what she's fighting for what she's dealing within our own life. Yeah. That's that's like one of the elements of this character that I thought was interesting and at times a little bit confusing. We're women seemed to in the world of this movie relate to each other based on class versus anything else and a lot of movies. Take a lot of different stances on like how are people interacting? But there seems to be a lot of especially once they start to get into the weeds of this case like what I wrote down in my notes, it was like Erin Brockovich is the poor people whisperer because no one else knows how to talk to normal people in this movie except for her. And so like when she encounters not wealthy people like middle class people who work office jobs versus service jobs. They just don't know what to do with her at all. And then she goes, Erin Brockovich. And it's like fuck you fuck you my deter out. All right, cool. That's fine too..

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"hinkley" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast

The Bechdel Cast

04:33 min | 3 years ago

"hinkley" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast

"And so they frame it like, well, you got into an accident in divorce twice and write us at like everything about her to explain why she did it on purpose in. Why it wasn't an accident? Even though it was right? So a little bit later she goes into her attorney's office and demands a job. And you know, what to do he says like? Oak. Hey is reluctant but steamrolls it's fun to watch resist that crimson tide. Resistible? Meanwhile, she meets her neighbor, George. He's a biker, dude. Played by Aaron Eckhart, Aaron Eckhart with a rat to L, it's wild. You. Don't see it coming. And then all of a sudden it's there and you're like, all right? I'm in this era Negga with a rat tail and I've already seen him as I Frankenstein on down for this too. I love I Frankenstein. And you're the only person in the world to the true. Loved it. So she's at work, and she is doing a lot of filing at this law office, and she's going over a real estate file, and there's a case that has a bunch of medical records in it, which doesn't make sense to be in a real estate case. So she starts to investigate it. She goes to the town of Hinkley, California to a woman's home. Donna jensen. She's the person who like filed the case and she's like girl Bogo. Donna. Yes. Yes. And she says that the Pacific Gas and electric company are trying to buy her home. But she and her husband don't want to sell it. And they are also both sick and Jeannie covered their medical bills and Ahrends like, wait a minute. That's perhaps these two things are did. And then Donna's like, well, it's because of the chromium, and we're like what what would what does chromium? It sounds like sounds. Yeah. And sounds like it's not movie science signs is not really science. You just gotta find a word that sounds either bad or dangerous will mysterious you know, he's like when we did Spiderman to tritium tritium. What is that? Could you you could take would of the, you know, the the ingredients in washing powder, and you might sound like some mysterious science doesn't sound good. But I think the reason why we, but we by chromium in the movie is because of that there's that little thing that the director decided to do the when when she mentioned the would for the first time there's a little bit of air around it. Yeah. It's like she because it was the chromium. He's like then it cuts away to Erin kinda going. She's thinking what the hell's that? Giving us. The oldest think doesn't sound good. You know, it's kind of clever. It's good good stories hunting. It could be it could also be in a superhero movie the the crown. I mean, I could say something to you like, yeah. My my kids are really sick. It's some it's the Floride. And then someone goes fluoride. Yeah. Then suddenly everyone's gonna panicking about they told us it was healthy. But yeah, our L sake. They said it was an are based on. It's in your toothpaste. Or Duquesne from the inside up. There was no. And it seems like the chromium could very easily become sort of like this. I don't know. The I I liked how the chromium was hand. At least it made sense in story because I feel like often when a mysterious substance is introduced into a movie, it all of a sudden, it's just like, well, we've got to get rid of this substance. What do we do? Or is either we have to get it where we have to destroy it. Right. But the chromium is just sort of consistent more like we just have to avoid it. There's still bathing in the chromium for most of the movie there's kids in pools full of chromium. Yeah. So she so Erin Brockovich starts to research. What this is. And she finds out that chromium six is the bad kind. Sorry. I know what's. It's a chromium heck's. Heck's? It Tate something I don't know it sounded dangerous. It sounds like what is the red dye that fucks you up..

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"hinkley" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

04:22 min | 3 years ago

"hinkley" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"We can stop throwing shade of motley Crue and your twenty one year old ploy. Just because you don't recognize the greatness sports. I mean, I would say objectively like he doesn't he didn't. He couldn't name by name. Daisy is like. Yawns beyond motley Crue and the cultural lexicon if you will. But only crews like I was just curious because it's not like motley Crue is considered a great band. I mean, I know they're motley Crue fans out there. But they're not considered a great band. I gotta stop you there. Do they have like four plot and albums? I mean, they sold like four hundred million albums. They were hot in the eighties. Yeah. But they weren't like they don't have like staying power. They're not banned that like, well, they don't have staying power because they're not around anymore dance. The test of time there other bands that aren't around anymore that people still like, you know, I just don't think of motley Crue is like I feel like they're very period. Sound like the eighties the band of the eighties. That's that's pretty big stage to be on like were they the band of the there. They're one of the five prominent acts of the eighties. Absolutely. They were definitely big for their time. There's no doubt when you mentioned the big acts of the eighties. Motley Crue has to be in that conversation, but the eighties also aren't known as the period with the things that. That's the test of time the most. Yeah. Maybe to you. But to me, I grew up on eighties music like rock and eighties. Rock and roll. Is my kind of music again. But again, like, I think of it like, you know, I grew up in the eighties. I was born in one thousand nine hundred one. You know, I feel like I've touched a nerve. And I I do apologize. But. I guess I would consider motley Crue like a huge staying power ban. Like you had to reference the songs from earlier, but we probably shouldn't spend too much time. You would have Jay z songs for me. But that's not a conversation. You can't like actually make that case. It's not a again when I say, objectively, and I will say with full disclosure jaycees. My favorite artists of all time like my motivational speaker. I am totally biased. But removing said bias objectively speaking there is no competition as far as who has had. A lasting imprint both culturally and musically between Jay z. Bobby crew. It's not a competition. Yeah. That's like who never Louis Louis Tina tally tweets in. When was the last time in pro or college Patrick Mahomes played a big slash meaningful game. I mean, that's that's what you're no one has said first of all Patrick, Mahomes, wasn't even the guy. Necessarily said I'd pick as the quarterback. I had the most confidence going into the playoffs on. But you can't really hold that against. We haven't had a chance to play in. Any bigger meaningful games? Roy Hinkley says to pick from each conference breeze and luck both have their teams playing championship type football. And both should be fun to watch this month. Andy Banda, I'd take Philip rivers only because he knows if he loses he has to go back to those fifty kids he has. So he's going to be playing like a beast. Roberto rodriguez. No Brady mentioned in no Goth mention all Goth needs to do is not play bad. He does not need to play. Great. By the way, he was the better cube even the Rams played the chiefs. Well, if you're saying he only has to not play bad. He's definitely isn't the guy that you have confidence in Tom Brady. I'm not gonna get mad at anybody for that answer. But it is telling that we all forgot Jared Goff in this conversation. Jeff in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Jeff, you're up next here on CBS sports radio. Robin. Love your show. Thank you, sir. You know, you gotta go classics. I love Led Zeppelin and Tom Brady guy till I die. There you go by my son really loves immigrant song by Led Zeppelin. He's four Raj because it's played prominently in Thor ragnarok. So whenever I play that song for me gets. He gets up. Yeah. Go ahead. You can keep making your point. I mean, look. How Brady shuttling in the postseason and you've got to go with his record? He's the greatest of all time. How could anyone not go with Tom Brady? It just doesn't make sense of it. Yeah. I mean, look, I understand that point of view..

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"hinkley" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

04:19 min | 3 years ago

"hinkley" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Just because you don't recognize the greatness stick to sports. I mean, I would say objectively make he doesn't he didn't. He couldn't name Jay z by name daisy is like. Yawns beyond motley Crue and the cultural lexicon if you will, but volley crews like I was just curious because it's not like motley Crue is considered a great band. I mean, I know they're motley Crue fans out there. But they're not considered a great band. I gotta stop you. There. Do they have like four platinum albums? I mean. Yeah. Hold like four hundred million albums. They were hot in the eighties. Yeah. But they weren't like they don't have like staying power. They're not a that. Like, well, they don't have staying power because they're not around anymore. Stands the test of time. Their other bands that aren't around anymore that people still like, you know, I just don't think of motley Crue is like I feel like they're very period. Eighties sound like the eighties the band of the eighties. Like, that's that's a pretty big stage to be on like were they the band of the there. They're one of the five prominent acts of the eighties absolute they definitely big for their time. There's no doubt when you mentioned the big acts of the eighties. Motley Crue has to be in that conversation, but the eighties also aren't known as the the the period with the things that. That's the test of time the most. Yeah. Maybe to you. But to me, I grew up on eighties music like rock and eighties. Rock and roll. Is my kind of music. Again it but again. Like, you know, I grew up in the eighties. I was born in one thousand nine hundred one vino I feel like I've touched a nerve. And I do apologize. But you know. I just I would consider motley Crue like a huge staying power ban. Like you had to reference the songs from me earlier. But we probably shouldn't spend too much time. Jay z songs for me. But that's not a conversation. You can't like actually make that case. It's not a again when I say, objectively, and I will say with full disclosure jaycees. My favorite artists of all time like my motivational speaker. I am totally biased. But removing said bias objectively speaking there is no competition as far as who has had. A lasting imprint both culturally and musically between Jay's crew. It's competition. Yeah. That's like who never Louis Louis teed tally through tweets in. When was the last time in pro or college Patrick Mahomes played a big slash meaningful game. I mean, that's that's what you're I've. No one has said first of all Patrick, Mahomes, wasn't even the guy. Necessarily said I'd pick as the quarterback had the most confidence going into the playoffs on. But you can't really hold that against. We haven't had a chance to play in. Any bigger meaningful games? Roy Hinkley says to pick from each conference breeze and luck both have their teams playing championship type football. And both should be fun to watch this month. Andy Banda, I'd take Philip rivers only because he knows if he loses he has to go back home to those fifty kids he has. So he's going to be playing like a beast. Roberto rodriguez. No Brady mentioned and no Goth mention all Goth needs to do is not play bad. He does not need to play. Great. By the way, he was the better cube even the Rams played the chiefs. Well, if you're saying he only has to not play bad. He's definitely isn't the guy that you have confidence in Tom Brady. I'm not going to get mad at anybody for that answer. But it is telling that we all forgot Jared Goff in this conversation. Jeff in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Jeff, you're up next here on CBS sports radio. Robin. Love your show. Thank you, sir. You know, you gotta go classics. I love Led Zeppelin and Tom Brady guy till I die. There you go. My son really loves immigrant song by Led Zeppelin. He's four Raj because it's played prominently in Thor ragnarok. So whenever I play that song for me gets. He gets round up. Yeah. Go ahead. You can keep making your point. I mean, look. Tom Brady shines in the postseason, and you got to go with his record. He's the greatest of all time. How could anyone not go with Tom Brady? It just doesn't make sense of it. Yeah. I mean, look, I understand that point of view..

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Psychologist may examine if Reagan shooter deserves complete freedom

Sean Hannity

00:31 sec | 3 years ago

Psychologist may examine if Reagan shooter deserves complete freedom

"Federal judge authorizing the examination of the man who attempted to assassinate President Reagan to see if. He deserves complete freedom John Hinckley Jr. found not guilty by reason of insanity in nineteen Eighty-one for firing, six shots at Reagan nearly killing the president after spending thirty years in a psychiatric facility heavily released back in two thousand sixteen to. Live with his mother now US district judge Paul Freedman, is granting a psychologist a right to determine hinkleys Current mental condition and risk of dangerousness to see if he should be given full

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Reagan's would-be assassin seeks unconditional release

WBZ Afternoon News

00:35 sec | 3 years ago

Reagan's would-be assassin seeks unconditional release

"The man who attempted to kill former president Ronald Reagan is now asking a court for his unconditional release John Hinkley shot President Reagan in nineteen Eighty-one outside of. Washington hotel then twenty five years old he said he was trying to impress actress Jodie Foster, who had a role in the nineteen. Seventy six film taxi. Driver where Robert deniro character plots to. Assassinate, a presidential candidate, according to a court filing Hinckley's awaiting an examination from a mental health expert, to, evaluate whether. He poses any danger to the public if released

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