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"joel good" Discussed on KGO 810
"Cash in Cache Creek remembered are trying to give rose the lead and does rattles around and down. You see late 37. Cal 36 just a minute plus gone by here in the second half Brown with the ball for the Bears in the front court goes to team and on the right back to Joel. Good anticipates on the left wing grant little shake driving down spin got hot kids on him. Right away. No good rebound by Bernard Bruins on the move, not gonna kick over left using that's passed down the hill team guarding him Now he'll gonna put it on the floor. Get in the paint. Turn right hand flip. No good Lars in for the rebound for the Bears good job of defending. Both contesting the shot, then coming back and getting the rebound Joel aside past to grant who finds Lars underneath, catch, elevate and flush bears back in front 38 37. Yeah, Grant Made that pass with his left hand if he had collected in front with his right. It never would have gotten there on time. Bernard coming down the floor, just got his share trend by the screaming fire coming out of Mick Cronin's mouth using driving in shot is short Hill had it momentarily poked away. Hawkins comes up with it for the Bruins on the right wing, working off the bounce Gonna turn and Dr And finish with the left hand all screen and roll with Lars involved because, hey, can't come out and hedge on and a zoo result has just kept the ball going all the way. Uncontested straight line drive. 39 38 U. C L..
"joel good" Discussed on KOMO
"Joe Biden praising Frontline health care workers Today as he met with some virtually is national coronavirus cases in Ever higher and the FDA approving the first at home covert 19 test users simply swab their nose and stir the sample in a vial and results Come in 30 minutes. You need a prescription and have to be older than 14. The test coming from loose Sierra Lucy or a health that is Dropped 16 a coma. The Johns Hopkins University tally for total covert infections in the U. S is essentially 11.5 million, and about a quarter million deaths have occurred, but his people weigh whether or not to risk a Thanksgiving gathering. How many millions of Americans are still contagious. Reporting on that for the Washington Post is Joel Achenbach, who joins us on the coma News line, Joel Good afternoon. Well, thank you for having me as you put it in your piece. The figure that we're talking about is about equal to the number of every public school teacher in the entire country. How many people could be contagious? Well, the estimate we got from Columbia University was 3.6 million Americans right now. Contagious. Now, keep in mind the number that are actually infected, maybe larger than that even is a huge number. But those are the people who are shedding virus. And at this moment in the middle of November, you know right before Thanksgiving could be contagious. It's an estimate based on a model, so there's assumptions that go into it. But the key thing is that when you look at those numbers, we report all the time. For example, the daily cases those are just the ones that are confirmed to it. Official test, You know, like a PCR test or rapid response test That doesn't include all the ones that are miss because people don't get tests. Sure. I mean, a lot of us could be walking around today. Symptomatically feeling totally fine. How many people are thought to be incubating the virus and could soon be contagious? Maybe come Thanksgiving Day. Well, the Columbia estimate was that roughly the same number of people you know several million Maybe incubating the virus right now. Because this this number has jumped up and up again the last two weeks at an astonishing rate from just a couple weeks ago, he was about 2.4 million in this this model. Then it jumped to 3.1. And now it's 3.6 million. The course That's just one research group. We also look to the University of Washington groups, the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation. They have a different massive that sort of it's not the same technique at all. But they said they think that 3.2 million people were infected in the last two weeks. Which is system standing number. It's basically one out of 100 people in the whole country. Now it's not evenly distributed. It's much higher and you know the Dakotas in Wisconsin, and you know, per capita than it is in some other places. I was very high bursting in El Paso, Texas, but that it gives you a sense of the scale of this thing this fall way. This is just really huge. Well, and you know, it's interesting when you bring in the history of pandemics. You bring up the 1918 Spanish flu and how this seasonal surge is a bit comparable. But this rise in cases wasn't inevitable because of the seasons, right? Yeah, I think that there's a mistake to imagine it is something that we were helpless to stop. The fact is, there are countries that have had much success in controlling the virus. Even you know, Canada is right across the border has is in much better shape. I just saw a bulletin today out of South Australia, where they're going into a six day lockdown. Total lockdown Way more restrictive and what we have here in the states ever because they have 36 cases in that in that state and in Australia, you know, you know, because some places are just way more rigid and trying to suppress that we've never really got through our first ways. We always had a lot of virus floating around. And so yes, Some of it is seasonal. It's colder weather people congregating indoors, but a lot of it is what you see with your own eyes. People who do not wear masks or do not do social distancing their parts of the country that are very, very resistant to mask mandates and And he, frankly, you know, reluctant to believe that this pandemic is everything that it is reported to have to be in the mainstream news media. So long and mark with us on coma news. He's a health reporter for The Washington Post. I urge you to read his whole article online at Washington post dot com. Joel Thanks very much. Thank you so much. Come on, Whose time 12 20 It's time for an update on what Wall Street's doing today are propel insurance business news with Jim Tesco, Fizer and buy on Tex. A final data analysis finds their Corona vast vaccine was 95%, effective in preventing cove in 19, and, in addition appeared to fend off severe disease. The drug makers say the vaccine was highly effective against the virus, 28 days after the first dose, and its effectiveness was consistent across all ages, races and ethnicities. Additionally, the elderly horse seen as at high risk of severe Eolas from covert 19 saw vaccine effectiveness and more than 94%. That's your money now. Markets are mixed right now, With 40 minutes left before the bell, the Dow is down 100 points. The NASDAQ is up by 4.5. And the S and P 500 down by 11 points. Not a ton of movement so far today Money news. A 2050 past the hour. Traffic is next pandemic to.
"joel good" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen
"Well I guess maybe March eleventh is the day that sports came to a halt in America and across the world Joining me not from our studio from his home in DC were separated geographically but not in spirit. It's Stephan fats. Us AUTHOR OF THE BOOKS WORD. Freak and a few seconds of panic Stephan. Hi Josh and joining us from Palo Alto. It's late staff writer host slow-burn season three Joel Anderson. Hello Joel Good morning you know. We're all assembled here for the obvious reason that there will soon be no sports to talk about so maybe we should chat about them now while we can the NBA suspended. Its season on Wednesday nights after a Rudy Gobert Utah Jazz tested positive for the corona virus. We learned on Thursday that his teammate. Donald Mitchell had also tested positive We should stipulate From the top Stephan that we are recording this on Thursday morning. News of League suspensions postponements cancellations are coming in as we're recording this and so all the information where sharing here might be out of date by the time you listen to this but can you just run through what we know right. Now as we're recording sure Josh I have to say that the scenes late last night as the Rudy. Gobert situation unfolded were to me among the most dramatic news themes in sports. I don't know going back to Magic. Johnson's press conference when he announced that he had HIV. I mean it was stunning from a what would you bomb the NBA suspending season which sorta capped off this czar scene in Oklahoma City? Where this game was about to start between the jazz and the thunder and Dr runs onto the court and they confer with the referees. Chris Paul runs over to the jazz and asked. If there's something wrong with rudy go bear and they sort of push him away. The players leave the court though stadium. Announcer orders everyone to leave. It was just a stunning. If not in retrospect you know twelve. Later retrospect entirely surprising turn of events. So what do we know We know that Donovan Mitchell as you said has tested positive we know the NBA is on an indefinite hiatus. We know that other players are beginning to be reported to have to have corona virus. Not Just Mitchell player on you Venice in Italy a player on the German soccer club. Hanover have tested positive players. On Lester in England are reportedly showing symptoms Rail Madrid players are in quarantine. This is just GonNa be a daily flow of news and Events and it certainly if it wasn't already dramatic and apparent when you start hearing that athletes testing positive for celebrities are testing positive. Like Tom Hanks. It becomes all the more more frightening. And and newsworthy. Yeah I agree and I think Rudy. Gobert is in in this way sort of the perfect snapshot of the Collective American response to Corona Virus. Because it was a couple of days ago the video emerges of him at this press conference. He jokingly touches the reporter's recorders touches the Mike breeze over them before he walks off the set and then two days later. He's either right at the center of the NBA's you know pretty much unprecedented shutdown. And I think it is a testament to how quickly we got a grasp of how serious this is now. Obviously people far outside of sports that are dealing with much more serious implications for Kobe. Nineteen but I think it really took with the NBA did last night. It was actually within a span of thirty five minutes like the world fell apart in that way because yet trump's address you had the Rudy Gobert news yet the NBA suspending season. Like all of this torrent of news came at once and it was just you could see Americans a lot of the for the first time getting their head around how serious this is. And how disruptive it's going to be like because I think that a lot of people thought. Oh we'll we'll still have sports to lean on. We'll still have hope. Tv content to get us through this time and not that much will change. I'll have to make a few adjustments in wash my hands but it won't necessarily mean a change of lifestyle habits for me in. You could just see within that half hour last night which would have been not o'clock out on the east. Six o'clock out here that everybody just kind of got a hold of themselves like Oh wow like this is going to be one of the most disruptive moments in American history. So we've been talking for the last couple of weeks about this and I think our conversations have paralleled the larger discourse where we initially are talking about it. We're like you know looking back to nineteen eighteen for examples and seems really far away and hard to imagine what it could possibly be like then when we talked about it earlier this week. The kind of new reality that we're dealing with is oh. Lebron doesn't realize we're GONNA need to play without fans but he'll get on board. We're all sort of realizing that and then fast forward forty eight hours later and we're the ones who seem naive. It's like obviously this is what was gonNA happen because it only takes one person in the entire universe of people involved in this league. Players coaches writers referees. If anybody test positive for this virus there is going to be a shutdown and it seems ridiculous that it didn't occur to us at the time but I think it is. It does take a player. You know testing positive for us to realize the extent of this and First Sports. I think to understand that. There's nothing special about being a pro league that millions of people watch and follow and that you know where twenty thousand people will come out to games that actually puts people more at risk rather than having it be special and requiring some sort of special dispensation that sports should be exempt and I think you know for savvy as we think that we are. I think we were all kind of their even. If we didn't think we were until Wednesday night. Yeah I think that's right josh. Because you know we were talking about the hypocrisy of the Ivy League. For instance taking dramatic step of cancelling. It's a playoff tournament. It's conference tournament but allowing the to declare champions to travel to play in the NCAA's which was right. The problem was we didn't say well they shouldn't be playing the NCAA and in front of no fans in front of any fans or you know at all was the at all that we were missing Some writers were picking up on it as you know from Tuesday and Wednesday. Chris Mannix a sports illustrated had a piece talking about how the NBA and he specifically said this the NBA. If it has a patient zero they're gonNA have to shut this down and that's exactly what happened and who looks really naive now as we talk. It's every event in every league. That hasn't shut it down. You Know Major League Baseball as of right now is still deliberating what to do. Should we play in Florida or Zona? Well we'd rather play in in Major League ballparks and not in other facilities Kenny Rosenthal is reporting for the athletic on Thursday morning these decisions are all going to be taken out of these leagues hands. I mean the NHL for instance has now also been sort of Brazil right. Now we're consulting and we don't know what to do. They cancelled morning skates on Thursday but didn't take any more serious action. I mean what's really incredibly naive is to consider that forty eight hours ago. The question that was being discussed in sports was a collective action by some of the League's to bar reporters from locker rooms. So yeah right absolutely I mean the thing is you could argue that even the pro leagues were being more thoughtful about this than a lot of the college in in Sub Professional Leagues. By the time. We're done recording this podcast. Things could have changed but the XFL hasn't necessarily said that they're gonNA do Cancel Games there. There were college basketball games going on last night while the country is in full blown panic. Acc Basketball Tournament said that they were planning on still holding games today in front of you know limited limited audience and so one thing sort of occurred to me is that the people with the lease labor protections of big time. Sports is still out there playing and you get a sense for how reckless organizations of people are willing to be if they can assert their labor the Labor protections right. And I'm not you know there's no reason why the NC double a. or these colleges say. Hey look we might as well just shut things down..
"joel good" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen
"Hi I'm Josh. Levin slates it's national editor and the author of the Queen. Hang up and listen for the week of February tenth two thousand and twenty on this week show we're going to talk about the debut weekend for the new. XFL winners were to Houston roughnecks DC defenders New York Guardians and your Saint Louis Battle Hawks with the age capitalized also so discuss the Houston Rockets latest effort to revolutionized the NBA. A move to extreme. Small Ball finally will review the latest entry Rian. ESPN's thirty for thirty series. A two part documentary on Michael Vick joining me in our Washington. DC Studio the author of the Books Word Freak and a few seconds of panic and the Bard of the original XFL Stephan fats us. Hey Stephan I like that new title. Josh we'll get into that momentarily your XFL writing career with us from Los Angeles today. It's slate staff writer and the host of slow-burn season. Three Joel Anderson. Hey Joel Good morning afternoon. August is still more than where you all are. Good Morning. Thank you and you've got more slow. Burn Toward A. It's this week MC l. a. on Tuesday the eleventh in San Francisco on Thursday the Thirteenth Stephan. And I were both at the DC show which was amazing. It was a really really really good show in a good time. So if they're folks on the West Coast to are considering going in L. A.. On Tuesday or San Francisco on Thursday. I would highly encourage urge you to attend. We did not pay.
"joel good" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"How you doing? Good. I have a home in a deed restricted neighborhood. That has a community dock on the river. The doc is separated from the neighborhood by public roads. Last year's hurricane tore down the gate and safety fence and the steps to the dot. And it has not been repaired, we have a liability policy. But I've expressed my concerns the current steps is a pile of concrete rubble, and my concern is is this liability holiday. You're going to protect us from a known defect. Yeah. I would be concerned to Richard. Because if somebody gets hurt out there and your insurance company comes out there to investigate and says, you're fences down you never told us about that your steps are all torn up. No wonder somebody tripped over MU never told us about that. I'd be concerned, Richard. Very good. Okay. I I've been pushing. But nobody's really wanted to do anything with it. They should do something about it. They should have minimum. They should put the gate backup. So only neighborhood and only residents can get in there. Correct. Yeah. It was a locked gate just for residents. Very good. Thank you, sir. You're very welcome, Richard. Bye. Bye. Let's go to Joel now Joel you're on news ninety six five. Go ahead. Yes. I was recently, divorced one. No one November. I have a mortgage in both mine, and my ex wives names. Right. The only legal issues going on between the lawyers that never got resolved at the final decision divorced date of one November or been going on for another year two years. What can I do to get my name off this mortgage? Legally wise did the divorce determine who gets this piece of property you or your ex wife my ex wife. So Richard us be Joel normally this final judgment, a divorce may speak to whether or not she is required to go out and get refinancing to get your name off that mortgage Joel I'm not overly concerned about it. If you were to turn on borrow money down the road. And they deliver says, hey, Joe, you already got a mortgage on this piece of property. You would show your new lender. You're divorced decree were she ended up getting a piece of property and often than that mortgage can be ignored as far as your ability to borrow new money. Okay. That's my concern. Is that you know. I don't want to be dragged on for years and not able to get another mortgage. I need my own house to live in and Joel that is a very legitimate concern. What I'd like feed us a check in with a mortgage broker and ask him or her to make sure I'm telling you what I'm telling you is correct. Now, the loan arrangement alone arranger is going to be on the next hour. He would be a great resource for your Joel. Thank you. Bye. Services for the Olsen law firm. Do they handle these type cases, we don't do divorces in our office? Joel. Okay. Okay. Not but I'm already divorced. But as far as mortgage illegal mortgage law, how to get my name off these things I could know that would not be part of a lawyer's job description. Joel okay. There's you'll never get your name off that mortgage never ever. The only way your name is coming off that mortgage is if your wife, actually refinances at mortgage and gets a brand new mortgage. May or may not ultimately order her to do. So. I see. I know in the divorce decree she has so ownership of the house, and again, usually when you go to borrow money that would mean that they're not gonna count that mortgage against you. As far as your ability to borrow new money. Joel good luck to you check in with the loan arranger. He's going to be on the next hour. Let's go to Jeff you're on news ninety six five Jeffco head good afternoon. Hey, back in two thousand ten I was left to win closes what four and a call to custody of my son. All right. At that time the. I believe that one. No, it was it was able to coordinate later. So something else. The judge said that when my son's around twelve thirteen fourteen yacht. It'd probably take him out of state and back to where I have family. I'm channel wouldn't get preview of what do I need to take to court. So that I can make that happen. And are there any things? Let's be perfectly clear for you to move out of the state of Florida with your minor, son. You must have core permission to do. So for you to get core permission. You've gotta get a good reason. Like, you've remarried and your new wife lives up there or you got a job offer up there or you have family up there all those might be good legitimate reasons. But at the end of the day is going to be up for the judge to decide if that's a good enough reason for you to leave the state of Florida, right? Yeah. That I do that. I was just curious up things. I probably need to bring up or something and family is the big ones. I have absolutely no blood relatives down here in Florida. And does the mother of your child does she live in the Orlando area as well? I'm sorry. Does your mother live in Orlando area? I live out by Claremont. She lives up in Mel. Okay. So she's pretty close. How often is she having a visit? Tation with the child every weekend. And what what state are you talking about moving to? It would either be Arkansas, Texas, Missouri. Because that's where I've got for basically, all of my family is does mother pay child support she's supposed to, but she's eighteen months. Jeff, you need to check in with a family law divorce attorney and get his or her opinion about the likelihood of the judge allow you to do this. Clearly, it's going to be a substantial inconvenience to the mother of your son. And I don't know I have to I doubt you're can be able to do it. But maybe I'm wrong now, Jeff if you wanna Email me that legal question, I'll forward it onto our family law. Attorney and see what her opinion about. It is Jeff the easiest way to Email me. So our website law tube dot com. Let's go to Becky you're on news ninety six five. Becky, go ahead. Hello. I just lost my daughter to cancer, and I have a trust. And I have my daughter and my son on the trust, right? I went to I went to Charney and had just him on the trust. And and what I'm wondering. Now is when something happens to me does does he have to go back to an attorney or it's spelled out. Very clearly that he gets everything. Yeah. I'm so sorry about your daughter, by the way. Becky did your daughter have children. Yeah. She had to did. You not want to include her children in your estate plan. That's already been taking care. Okay. So Becky you have a trust for the purpose of avoiding probate when I say avoid probate. I really mean avoid attorney's fees your son when you pass away he may have to sit down and spend a few hours with an attorney to help him through this process. But it's going to be a lot less expensive than probate. Could he do the whole thing by himself? Well, it's kinda mid for him to do the whole thing by himself. But usually that involves him retaining some professionals to give him some advice along the line. And that could be attorneys that could be accountants or CPA's. Okay. Well, what about this question up to me is I'm became the administrator of minister several years ago about seven years ago. And so when when the person died, I just did what it said in the thing. I didn't go back to the attorney and everybody was happy with how it turned out and everything and there was no problem. It's been seven years now and Idaho. Becky, I do not understand what you just told me. I, hey. Hey, unhappy it worked out. But it doesn't mean anything to me. I don't really understand what happened seven years ago. But a good for you. All right. Let's move on Nixon line is Tisch. You're on news ninety six five Tisch. Go ahead. Hi, thank you for having me. My husband, and I just bought a house on October sixteenth and prior to closing on the house. Septic. It's thirty years old. Concern in mine. I ask our broker about that, dick. And they owner said she had it, pumpkin. Inspected three years ago, had documentation for it and weeks up until closing. I kept asking for the documentation never got it three days before closing. She said she lost it. We've moved into the house. We have the septic Compton inspected and the guy said, hey, this has been pumpkin fifteen years. Now, we we have gas coming up in the house and one hour, I Plummer that came out and said that the house needs to be replenished. We're finding out from the neighbors that the tenants that live there before had these problems for over a year, and she refused the picks them. So is there any recourse, and we might have at this point. I mean, what is the process we should pay to the only thing that gives me hope about your situation is this that there was problems the tenant complained a. The yourself about those problems. Therefore, you're seller knew about these problems, therefore your sellers should have discloses to you. Otherwise, you guys are a little bit negligent and not doing your own septic inspection prior to closing. But for this tenant telling your seller about these issues. I would have no hope for you. But now, I have some hope for you. So tissue need to figure out what is going to cost you to fix this problem and then approach your seller and see if he or she would be kind enough to contribute something towards that repair. Okay. And at that point, they are not. I mean or legally is there any recourse? I mean, I don't recourse if you can prove your seller knew of these issues, if you're seller says, hey my land, my tenants never told me about any problems on their you lose right, right? He said, she said, exactly, okay. All right. Well, we'll do that. And and hope for the best good luck. Bye-bye? If folks that.
"joel good" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel
"And then you see how badly Rozier struggling. And yet he keeps telling everybody knows we're definitely sticking with with me because he's giving us the best chance to win. You know? It's it's hard for the fans to to stomach this questions from Joel Tae O K all row. Sorry, joel. If I got that wrong. It's funny. I see this question. I immediately think about like Francis. Stuart bruce. I love the pod as always keep going with the long episodes is a time finally for people to start realizing how underrate owed Dino Baber is. And what he has done it. Syracuse there'd beat a top twenty team in Virginia Tech in two thousand sixteen than seventeen than they beat a playoff team coalition. Two thousand eighteen that Clemson beat but came up just short death valley dominated Florida state and just beat a ranked NC state team. There already are already bowl eligible. Joel good question. Joel you are a hundred percent rights do is. I mean, first of all Syracuse ace that when they made the higher in the first place. Dino vapors is exactly what that program needed. And you saw some signs of it the first two years. But obviously, you know, we'd get those big upsets they couldn't put it all together. And now they're six and two they are ranked for the first time since two thousand one I feel if you've got a lot of first time since two thousand one's on this podcast. There's a great stat in the comments actually crispy needs. Most interesting stats the leak Bob age said Syracuse scored fifty plus points four times a season. That's as many as in the previous fourteen years combined and people forget just how miserable. Syracuse football was for so long there. And so they're scoring points that winning game. Games. They took clumps into the wire at valley. I think it's an exciting time to faint of the orange. With one hundred percent. I mean, he you know, they almost ended up with Chris ash. They're Chris ash opted for the for the Rutgers job. I took. I know that Chris ash chose Rutgers over Syracuse, facilities wise, it was more attractive, and to be honest. The recruiting base is much better in New Jersey than it is an upstate New York. So I could understand that do you remember in eighties early nineties sorry at live skit bad idea jeans. Oh, yeah. Yeah. I think we should get Chris Asha bad. I a pair of bad idea jeans for that one. Let me t you up here from Ian in Kirkland Washington, who by the way, I think is the fan that came up to you about the audible, he was cute cute family at the wife and two kids were there. I wanna say so you're famous book meat market, which came out what ten years ago at this point where you were embedded os, Ron at ole miss if you could do it again in two thousand eighteen who would you in bed with that's a good question. So let me start on the front end. And when I say that I mean from a book sale standpoint, if you did anything with a place that had a humongous fan base attached to it. I e Ohio State Notre Dame, Alabama, Texas..
"joel good" Discussed on WSB-AM
"In ten minutes on news ninety five five and AM seven fifty WSB Jolo there. Tucker joins us a Joel good morning. Good morning. Walter. I'm what you might call. And I hate to garden guards among other things, I ate grass. All right. I find myself in a situation now where I need some sort of a hardy ground cover that I could walk on. I'd like it to be evergreen year round. And what I was thinking of was less Padilla in the warmer weather and chick weed in the colder weather is it possible to put both of them in the same place there contra seasonal. Yeah. The cost less. Try and see Joel how you been the beta tester for the experiment to see chick. Weedays, you know, grows bigger in the wintertime. Nice green banks that stuff. S? Today's is pretty hardy and comes back in the summertime spring summer fall entre season, only as you say, I don't see why not I don't say my biggest concern is the chick. We'd it. It's when it dies off. It gets mad at down. Coming up the next year. What what are you MO at one time? Joel just when the cheek we just getting his biggest highest maturity, you take a more go across at one time just sort of chop it up and get a little less for Diese to sprout through it. Maybe that would work run some when you wanna sell your question on the screen here. Joel I thought too, but creeping Charlie 'cause creeping Charlie again, mostly does growth in the summertime, but is screen for nine or ten months of the year and smells good when you step on it, and you can take it a little bit of traffic to so creepy Charlie is a possibility as well. Okay. Question about mimosa got a place where I'm thinking of putting them in most the tree and everybody I talked to says don't do it because how ratty mimosas can get and how they'll be prolific with the seeds. And I'm wondering if I put it in a pot and bury the pot in the soil will that retard the Grosso keeping it low enough. So that then when the seedpods come out in the late summer, I can clip moss. Again, Joel maybe the beta tester to figure out if this works, theoretically. Yeah. And I will have to say that I'm not as much of a mimosa hater some people are it's not that unattractive during parts of the year with a little fluffy pink flowers, come out. Nice. Then people don't like it. Because as you intimated the sprouts seedlings, come up all over everywhere and your landscape, but they're not hard to spot. You can knock him down to kick him down and not have to do much to control them. So try to see if you you know, what the positive take the pilots off of Horley split the seed, and you can reasonably nice looking tree that blooms looks pretty nice for three weeks in the summertime is there some sort of formula for how big of a pot in order to restrict the height of the tree I'd like it to not grow taller than eight feet dis. Even then you're gonna need a pretty big pot to give it moisture during the summertime because he's thinking about it can't dry out. Didn't want to dry out during the July June. Eighteen to twenty four inches for probably shading toward the bigger damage than a smaller one. So you might even want to build your own pod bills your own container or something underground. I'm not sure what you do to get the one that big. And so be affordable for your experiment, Joel..
"joel good" Discussed on WGN Radio
"The second one John's embarrass put the Maple Leafs ahead about four minutes in less than two minutes later, the hawk struck back to the left point Keith. He's wide open. He closes in are you instead? Right quite fire. Save made by sparks relieve outshot tobacco. And let's see they're pointing at the net. Let's say they're going to review this. Who's gonna get this is the John Hayden? I think it's John Hayden way. Kind of went on for a little bit Duncan. Chose the referee saying that this crossed the line. So it was Hayden's first of the year from yoki, how're you? And Keith but shortly thereafter, Patrick Kane went to the box on hold and Toronto able to cash in on its powerfully Taveras his second of the period from Riley and martyr. So the hawks heading into the third trailing four three. They've had to come from behind the third period each of the first two games of the season. John and Troy about to tell us where they can do that here for a third straight guide. Thank you very much votes, by the way, Cam ward trying to do something that no Blackhawk goal tender has done since the nineteen fifty two fifty three season. And that was Al relatives who won his first three games as a member of the Blackhawks organization, and we have Joe Brandon. Thanks for that research. Thank you very much. Joel good job. He's got one on the board underway here in the third period. Hawks looking to capitalise trailing four three debrincat at center ice chips. The puck in over the leaf flying along the left boards. You had Matthews guarding tastes. We could not get to the puck. Zaitsev did spend it off at affliction down ice to the left wing corner hawk zone. Dominic trying to reach in and pull it out and did put up the right boards. Schmaltz will waive it to the slot. Keith. Who moves it back up the right side at center ice to schmaltz to flex it down in behind the leaf net Morgan Riley moves the puck to the near corner. Ainsi clears to center ice.
"joel good" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Wonderful and how great and how amazing. Highest Joan. Can you keep track of what's going on in the overall picture of the conferences in the United States right now, Joel are deserve this every last word of it. You deserve. I deserve both barrels, but I did talk to, I think two is phenomenal. He might. I think he's the Heisman Trophy winner. And so the and I will say this, I will say this Choi beating the Brassica temple beating Maryland, south Florida, beating Illinois, Missouri beating Purdue Akron beating my other on modern northwestern BYU knocking off Wisconsin a brutal weekend for the big ten jolt you have every reason to to the SEC horn. It's just the SEC every people wanna knock them off. Not him off. I'm sorry, top schools and it would play the NFL cop Peens in country. Let's, you know, we just have to realize in the south we played football may not do a whole lot of other stuff house. Right? But. That's one thing we do get right, and people just need to to realize the SEC champ. Well, done Joel good phone call. I deserve it. I'll take it. I just can't stand the SEC. It just means more what you know what I mean? It doesn't mean much to me. Yeah, there's another one that pisses me off. I'll say this care FOX, Thursday night football. Now it's a game. It said. What am I doing? Sitting in parking lot sitting in stadiums, build up Thursday night football, so they could spend three billion bucks on it now. It's again, sorry now it's a game. I mean, America's game of the week. Foul to game. I say to my friends at FOX. I hear you now it's a game. But Brown's jets and Thursday night football, they have Brown's new kicker. Up there on this season of cold case files won't close the book on the Golden State killer a serial killer. So prolific investigators spent years thinking he was three different people..
"joel good" Discussed on Dari and Mel
"Joel Anderson. Let's head west where he's up six thirty in the morning local time. We have woken him up because we want the latest on USC and Stanford Joel good to have you with us man, good morning or pulling the out of bed for us on this. When we do appreciate your time here, Bryce loved. They didn't establish Bryce love. They fortunately k. Jay Castilla showed us. He could beat a team throwing the football. They did that last week, how much will Stanford be able to run against a USC team that gave up over three hundred on the ground UNLV last week? Well, I mean, you gotta think that Stanford will be able to get that just running game going, like you said. I mean, not only that US three hundred yards rushing. They gave it up and stuff and point two yards per carry to UNLV. So given that given that Stanford. You want to get by slow going again. I mean, they don't want that. They don't want to set the template there where they've got to rely on Cajun Castillo engine JR single Whiteside to beat people over the top the rest of the year. So you gotta figure that Sanford is going to make an priority to get price love going, and at least early on, it seems like you How's the sort sort of of. defensive front may be maybe a senior, maybe they could get that if their game on a little bit? Yeah, I look at it even Cameron scarlet the backup running back the price level, we average to three a carry so that offensive line for Stanford old did not get the job done. Last week, you'll think about Stanford's run defense. It was below average last year and they add some talent on defense. Now they get get off to a very good start allowing over two on Washington to run for a lot of yards. Granted the first half, and they made their adjustments. Go San Diego State could not throw the football. So they stack the line and shut him down in the second. But against USC will JT Daniels the freshman first game on the road against a quality opponent will JT Daniels give them the passing attack. The balance out. The running game at San Diego State did not have against Stanford last week. Think that he may have a little bit far. More thing about last year last year has games is that you've seen so much more talent than Stanford. Stanford didn't look very explosive, and that also include being able to put pressure on the quarterback. Well, USC has four or five starters backing offices lines last week, USC kept JT dangles pretty clean the pocket with clean about eighty eighty five percent of the time for him as he was able to connect with this freshman rec- you know, as freshmen teammates, former high school teammate, 'em on Ross state bounce. So I know that San Francisco to be able to put them pressure JC Daniel, the issue is, will they be able to confuse him right? Like if they can't get enough pressure on, can they at least mostly different coverages and make him get confused? This'll be kind of his first time looking at a high level f. b. s. defense. So maybe they have a way to get that way, but it putting pressure on him. He then look like it'd be that realistic option saying that is USC and Stanford. That is a eight thirty eastern five thirty Pacific time kick out. In Palo Alto, Joel Anderson, ESPN dot com with us. Joel, thanks buddy. We appreciate the early wake-up force, man, really, really do odd wake for you guys make so baby priorities. Man, Joel got his priorities, a funny game day sign. I just saw actually read it college football, just tweeted it out. So game days in college station right now, right. The TV game days is in college station, and even though they are no longer in the same conference, they are still massive rivals. Texas am and of course, Texas. So a very clever an infant is holding up a sign that says, simply, we want Maryland..
"joel good" Discussed on WTVN
"Six it is Alex stone. This morning in Redding California and things are well things are pretty tense there this morning, aren't they Alex Yeah very much so Joel good morning walking through the burned out neighborhoods here from the car fire. Carr c. a. r. are not not a vehicle fire but home after home he has gone there is nothing left in so many of these were, homes except for chimneys and the charred remains of what we're water heaters cars are melted outside six. Hundred fifty, seven homes have, been destroyed so, far close to. Nine hundred buildings in total it has been a. Firestorm here six people are dead two of them firefighters arrest our residents? Who couldn't get out in, time to of the. Data four and five years old I is a devastating scene in this community of ninety. Thousand people about thirty eight thousand evacuated this morning wanting to know what happened to their, homes but, they can't. Get back into to find out if their homes are still standing curious to me, I mean because here we're we're like, light rain and drizzle things. Are green this time of year in Ohio, what is it about that, part of California that the fires can. Burn so? Hot Not that thing melt cars I mean I just I can't imagine in, my mind's, eye topography vegetation materials that can burn that hot, to melt Kearns who you gotta remember. We don't see rain in. California from about March through December so this area hasn't seen rain in Monsanto won't see rain probably. Again until December November December and then. In southern California it's even beyond that but we're in far northern. California right. Now so this area is not. Green at all but. Things are changing and and you know there's the you can have any kind of debate you wanna why they're changing but. Cal fire will tell you this is not how fires burned a decade ago and before that you think of the the firestorm last year in Santa, Rosa you remember that were wiped out much of that town and so many neighborhoods were gone it's. Happened again, in less than, a year and, now it's happening. Here where when these fires take off they're running. A football field every second is a speed the flames are going you can't outrun On that and that's why these, are deadly they're happening at nighttime before. Evacuation orders can go. Out that that the the environment, that these fires. Are burning. In Cal, fire will tell you the chief says over and over, again something is different now and they've got to learn to adapt and how. They're going to fight these wildfires that take off so quickly. And are so destructive number different elements come into that building into the the urban, interface, the. The things being dryer not, getting the rain to, California used to get nonetheless there is a. Difference now and firefighters say they've never seen, anything like what they've seen, in the past, year or, so and so people like people don't use a watering in their, landscape you know there's there's just curious to me because how do you get that. Much vegetation that, can burn that quickly when there's nine months out of the, year there's no rain well I mean yeah you water your lawn but in fact it. Through so many of the neighborhoods I've been. Through when they evacuated they tried to turn on their sprinklers, hoping that that would save. The home it doesn't do. It this is a. Firestorm coming in With three hundred foot flames that watering your lawn won't do any good at their the fiery is spotting a mile ahead which means that little embers pick up in, the wind and jump a mile ahead this also at a tornado in it which is unbelievable a fire NATO as it's called it looked like from the. Wizard of Oz a giant tornado of fire that uprooted trees it, shot things out of the, top of it a couple of miles down the. Road, burning said that on fire on Thursday night I it was a pretty unbelievable scene on Thursday when everything came ripping through. And the fire continues to grow where it almost one hundred thousand. Acres right, now, it's about one hundred twenty miles of fire line it can take a couple of hours to drive from one end to the fire to the, other everything is. Obliterated, in that, landscape, and do people that, are there do they know is the fire NATO was that generated because of the fire or because of like the traditional storm, clouds and tornado it's the fire that. Create so much smoke. Becomes a cloud becomes a thunderstorm And then it creates the out of. That, smoke the the tornado, effect fires create their own weather and create their own thunderstorms based on all the smoke coming off of it. That is that is incredible Alex thanks, I know you've got to fly very much appreciate the update Alex stone ABC news. Live in Redding California that is pretty, much in the. Heart of it on NewsRadio six ten WTVN it is seven forty so let's, update traffic and weather much quieter calmer here. Which is nice we update traffic and weather every ten minutes on the tens it's from TempStar heating and cooling products rose a little, wet, here but certainly nothing major worry about careful on seventy one south near string town we've got a report of a disabled vehicle blocking the right lane down, there so if you're heading to grow city headed. Away from downtown little caution needed seventy-one south of been heavier off a one sixty one so it's. Three fifteen south from two seventy into the hospital curve and seventy, west across Miller Kelton thirty-three you become a little more stop and go up from Winchester at a couple of accidents on the south, side roll up one oh four near dire road south of Frank road and Four west and.
"joel good" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Grins and bears there you have it folks and now i could go on anything i'm just grinning i can go that's right off next week and then joel good enjoy the win so actually start his own win streak next week i i'm going to bet on him to take his place next week it'll be mr philip kelly no he doesn't know anything so talk has a chance onto yeah but he's on vacation this week she'll be well rested in fact he's he's been studying up while on the beach but more money my money's on chuck first off right it's all play money that's what it is well the truth comes out does juggles we'll 751 financial consulate don't forget the program money riches and wealth third every wednesday night here at six on wcbs were drew nellie and his team of certified financial planners and that's really i think the the wave of the future and it's here now something that you really should consider a certified financial planner i mean they're well qualified credentialed they're educated on all types of investments again and your entire they're just not pushing or trying to sell you a specific stock or bond or mutual fund or four one k whatever the case may be there there to look at the holistic approach your entire portfolio that is something i think that is desperately needed and they're not going to be taking a referral bonuses or commissions or fees or whatever the case may be.
"joel good" Discussed on WGTK
"Joel good afternoon thank you i have a question never question i apologize i'm a driver isn't this the deep state investigating deep state and i'll listen to your well danny isn't isn't i'll give you the final word but yeah isn't that the question you're right in essence if you believe in the deep state this is the justice department investigating the fbi in there are people that believe they're all the deep state so then who who can investigate this stuff i would go away i'm sorry i actually didn't mean to cut you off that's the question then then then what i mean i hear that from people this is all the deep state so these were justice department officials investigating the fbi you don't trust them because they're the deep state to where does it stop let me go to greg hey greg hey how you doing the question would be dot hit a limited scope in this investigation one of the questions it bothers me this investigation started wobble for the stuff on helper stuff came out right and the other thing that bothers me is what's going on with the fis unmasking we know they're on masking what what happened to that and the overseeing greg well let me answer that the no.
"joel good" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1
"Is here with a look at your headlines we call this your info to go what's going on this morning lawyers for president trump's personal attorney michael cohen are headed back to court they've been ordered to handover coen's client list today once that information's been turned over the judge will decide whether material seized by the fbi warrant being protected by attorney client privilege spokesperson for barbara bush says she is in failing health they will not be seeking anymore medical treatment ninety two year old former first lady will instead focus on comfort care this was heartbreaking the caps washington capitals they lost game two against the blue jackets five to four in overtime yes they were again and they lost at the end now they're down to games as they headed to game three which will be played in columbus tomorrow and if you're sitting for long periods of time at work you know maybe ba bad for you really worse than we thought while it causes problems with the whole cardiovascular system there is something now that they're saying that sitting for long periods of time can negatively affect the part of the brain related to creating new memories and that could be a precursor to problems later in life like dementia stand in the place where you work back in the day walk around a couple of times for a few laps inside you don't want to do it outside be careful out there there is a flash flood warning in effect until ten thirty for parts of the dmv this morning rain out there and fifty three right now at five thirty seven toby chilly in the morning here at ninety seven point one wash fm we're coming up in just a little bit yeah bay chela hotel bay chela beyond say slade and we'll tell you more about that in showbiz buzz in just about seven minutes by the way if you don't know what coachella is there are music festivals and then there's coachella and what did their life changing one that coming up in minutes now billy joel good morning from as the.
"joel good" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"You told me you had your meeting last week the standard event there with the city fear would sandy alderson good job i you got out there years detroit me this question sandy tried to be funny you idiot 'cause he did i mean we got enough and your father had an offday all joel good work because i did not plan on asking a question and recording it well my dad did a good job he started like just recording a bad boy and then we had the record of it saying the of course taking disease at me we asked that of course ghana comebacks you're going to have an truthfully their answer to really what rich point was into what my questions point was which is about spending and spending more their excuse there talking point that they now use is that well we spent a lot in the mid thousands spent a lot on beltran and pager which i cited and when we went via and i think that's a really relegated also brought up all mas name at all while we're standing right there yeah the had to do that the tremendous your i'll i'll take as many as i could after hearing lament are good i'm very happy but it's it's such backwards a logic like nobody's ever suggesting that spending a lot of money guarantees winning nobody's ever said that but here's logic spending more money gives you a better chance of winning a better ajiro a quote unquote supposed to be a big market theme example exactly like when you're able to spend more in line to clarify what they're supposed to pay said why alva but you can't like have a lot of injuries which franchises have which the mets have had which the yankees of at times and you could overcome it because you've got that khan adept bright and let you look at the met roster going into the start of the ernie yankees are trying to add more depth to their rotation the mets really don't have depth you can feel good about with their staff so we sit here all day and talk about well if degrom and cinder garner healthy and rvs actually gordon if this and if that but what if the f don't answer positively that's why if the mets put their big boy pants on dave gettleman style use his quote they go out tomorrow and.
"joel good" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Often do you go un only like once every couple of months mainly like for special occasion but we don't go super austin because it's expensive rugby romance by john or billy joel good questions of i mean even though elton john's gay i still think you'd have away with the ladies cutting no keno group celtic to village all we must look like a real trolls you'd want to bring a gay doomed who's the all the last vagina that he thought he was coming out of her i like as a baby elton john gruber abbott a good question thank you all john or do grabble harada of ours our allah called thank you do you have to go if i take aldo do we we don't have to go to the jelly roles right well we can go wherever you are okay who says she's a single lady or eu single eddie i'm not uttered manner uh what's your man gonna to do with my loving you so i go see so it's perfectly safe the reason i as how often you are frequently un is because i used to i the only weekly gig i've ever given up in radio is i i did hallowed the moon which is a similar place where it's doing pianos but but i had to um i do give it up because it was so unbearably ungodly repetitive every week they did the same jokes they did the same everything and and and i couldn't take it anymore you'd walk in and they're just like he did the route of railway they want to whoever was analogy and it is crazy jimmy buffett odds waster at all i inaugarated out there same frigate jokes every week so i imagine it gets a bit repetitive right here i can understand that thank you i won't would things a dissolve between her husband and they will come come looked me up okay eight hey deal we're not going to dizzy springs either forget that chirst traps will go to universal city walk goes all the way out to disney to have fun let me she my live in the lake land area all that makes on then you're trapped like you know what do.
"joel good" Discussed on KQED Radio
"She'll be with us again tomorrow when we learn the results to another story now this explosion yesterday morning in a busy pedestrian tunnel in new york city several people were injured when a man detonated what's being called a low tech explosive device it was strapped to his chest police are calling it an attempted terror attack on the alleged bomber is in custody facing state and federal terrorism charges and fears told rose has been covering this story for us he's on the line now from new york heather joel good morning heard we have a name for this suspect arcade houla what do we know about him we know he's twenty seven years old came to the us from bangladesh now lives in brooklyn he's a lawful permanent resident with a green card he had a license to drive professionally in new york city but he let it laps police say yesterday morning he strapped that low tech pipebomb to his body and detonated it in this long corridor between two major subway stations at rush hour he was injured and arrested taken to bellevue hospital in new york so far police have not said much about why or how they believe he carried out the attack only that he was inspired by isis the family released a statement through the council on american islamic relations it red impart we are heartbroken by this attack on her city today and by the allegations being made against a member of our family nascent police are not saying much so far do we know what they are doing things have speed on the investigation while they're investigating a couple of different locations in brooklyn that are associated with the suspect and his family at one block in the kensington neighbourhood where he may have prayed at a local mosque and another block in the flatlands neighborhood a nut southcentral brooklyn where members of his family live and neighbor named kislon joseph uh spoke to reporters in the neighborhood yesterday let's listen to what she had to say a very shocking could not bomb way you just lending of business and i'm so glad that he hurt himself and he didn't really hurt anybody that you glad that something went wrong joseph also said that she overheard an argument around two in the morning early on monday morning with someone in the.