35 Burst results for "Juniper"

"juniper" Discussed on Plantrama

Plantrama

04:31 min | 3 weeks ago

"juniper" Discussed on Plantrama

"You to sign up for. Are Letter today comes from I lean. Who Says Ellen in Seattle I need help I have a blue point. Juniper, nine years old and I just noticed an orange jelly like substance all over the bush and I'm assuming it's some kind of infection, but I'm not sure. Do you know what this is I'm in Zone Five A..

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"juniper" Discussed on Plantrama

Plantrama

01:55 min | 3 weeks ago

"juniper" Discussed on Plantrama

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Atlanta police searching for rape suspect

Atlanta's Morning News

00:29 sec | 2 months ago

Atlanta police searching for rape suspect

"Atlanta police hope video will help track down a man charged in a weekend rate Atlanta police say a woman was walking from our apartment on juniper street early Sunday morning headed to our car when a man approached her that mail threatened to shoot her acted as if he had a weapon and then forcefully took her to a unoccupied under renovation apartment in the complex and sexually assaulted her lieutenant Jeff Baxter tells me the one was able to get away after the attack and go to a police station

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Mythical Creatures Week Night Kids Choice

Chompers

02:17 min | 4 months ago

Mythical Creatures Week Night Kids Choice

"Start. You're brushing on the top of your mouth. Pick aside and make sure you're brushing the inside the outside and the chewing side of each tooth one breath first mythical creature comes from avery. Avery is a big fan of giants because they stomp and destroy things. We like giants at Chompers because everything they do. They do it. Big like the giant lumberjack. Paul Bunyan Paul Bunyan had a giant PET BABE. The Big Blue Ox. And then there's the giant in Jack and the beanstalk. He had a giant magic harp and goose that lays golden eggs switcher brushing to the other side of the top of your mouth. And don't forget. Those front teeth chompers loves UNICORNS and so do a lot of champions like Riley Chelsea Alison Theodore Arbor Ivy. Lana Emily Bailey. Beatrice and Violet Lola Lindsey Ilya Illinois Mary Reese Lauren Juniper Avery Adeline Molly Khloe may tilly and Abigail who? That is a lot of Unicorn. Love some of your favorite things about UNICORNS are. They're beautiful pink hair. The Special Horn on top of their head and they have magical powers Switzer rushing to the bottom of your mouth. But don't brush too hard Max sentence mythical creature named Bob. It's a blue raccoon with red pointy horns. We'll look to BOB IN OLIVER BOOKS. About mythical creatures and couldn't find him so we think. Max Invented a New Myth. Which is something anyone can do. So what do you think the myth of Bob? The blue raccoon with red pointing horns is all about. I bet it's a good one swift rushing to the other side of the bottom of your mouth and give your tongue of rush to if you make up your own mythical creature what would it look like and what would it sound like mythical creatures can be anything you imagine

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Some Plants Should Be Cut Back in the Winter

Your Gardening Questions

04:55 min | 6 months ago

Some Plants Should Be Cut Back in the Winter

"Growers for Generation Caroline Rodale and our she called wanted to know about Cutting back her butterfly Bush. Now that got you thinking about things that you wanted to really cut back hard in the spring. Yes and I'm going to name several but it's certainly not a complete list many plants that we enjoy ed especially in well. Let's say we enjoyed our plants that grow out on new tissue come spring set flowerbud and flower fairly early in the year. Now the butterfly Bush is one of them. We've talked about it before. And I've stated categorically I think more of them are thrown away alive than it did because they can be injured by winter. They can be clear into June before they even show above ground however that got me thinking about things to cut back back. Flowering Almond is a pretty little shrub. Beautiful Pink flowers rather tentative grower. It's it's even capable of getting that black not on rare occasion but it's one of those things that you cut back to get flowers early and so on but then more importantly than than that is the beauty Bush which we've spoken to at the beautiful Wail purplish fruit. Set that runs the whole length of the limb and so on that plant grows out. Starting this coming spring sets flowerbud what you're pretty but not overwhelming and then come fall. The fruit is there. Yeah so I like to cut it back to as little as six and eight inches of growth now depends on where I have it in quite what I want because I've seen it cut back only two two and a half feet and in on the sides in a long Serpentine road that was absolutely magnificent in the fall because they had cut it back. It was very very pretty in flour and then Where that is not the exciting party? It was on into winter with that purple buried. It is one of those you cutback Beck spy reas of them. And I suppose there's exceptions but most of the spiral of flour on new growth one of my at least favorite plants in youth because of the seedlings was rose of Sharon rose of Sharon. It follows our rule that you cut it back following the bloom now Rosa. Sharon doesn't bloom until fall. But it's one of those plants you can cut back. It does spend it's summertime getting's growth both getting flower buds and then being very beautiful and then done and you can wait until spring to trim it back again forcing brand new growth. Another one is Well it just a one. I'm careful with is the rose now are are are grafted roses the hybrid teas floor abundance abundance grandiflora and shrub roses and so on almost all flower on new tissue. That's just why you could arose back hard and spring there. There are a few of the old fashioned climber or rambler types that you don't handle that way check if you have those check the tag or be careful when you do buy them that you you see on the tag when to handle those. Because they'll they'll take a different treatment. Now the whole bunch of them then can become com. Very Leggy if you owe a friend of mine grew butterfly Bush. He needed them at six plus feet tall so he didn't cut his back to below four feet eight but and and they did. They were enough protected that they didn't give him too much trouble. So they flowered from four foot up through six and a half Stephen Seven I would want mine to start where I used to have it. I would want it to start over from the ground and so I would cut mind back to three or four inches tall. Oh I'm cutting into tissue well since it was just one year of growth thick as my little finger and maybe more I wanted to come from the ground. So it's low in Bushey she and attractive in itself then the flower and fruit that follow so those are things that you could even start doing now aweil not today. It's raining it's cloudy overcast. But anytime from now through late March before growth starts would be a good time to get out there and do that now. Then the next thing is where evergreens get some age they get too big in many cases you can cut evergreen boughs at this point now again no no more than one fourth at a time at Cetera. But you can use those long stems of taxes juniper in the Arbor Vita and so on lay them down on over some of your perennial plants that create a shade pattern on the ground so that when it does freeze it stays frozen

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"juniper" Discussed on Marketing Trends

Marketing Trends

12:13 min | 6 months ago

"juniper" Discussed on Marketing Trends

"So you've you've done some some stints at some. You know world recognizable brands like verizon. Pw you see obviously now juniper how do you view like your network and looking at other leaders and other marketing leaders like bouncing ideas is off. Those folks are maybe drawing from some of those experiences of early days marketing with rising. Yeah absolutely I think as you said earlier you you know. No one has the corner on good ideas and I will shame shamelessly borrow from someone who does something successful and if I think that at that can work for us or I think we can rip off of that and do something absolutely so some of the most you know the most valuable conversations I can have our with other. CMO'S MOS- Sometimes from very different industries. But sometimes there's a spark of information that you might say you know or maybe maybe I'm having a challenge engine. I can reach out to those folks as well and say you have you. Have you encountered this. What what have you done So that's certainly one part of the network. The other thing I got involved in a couple of years ago which is particularly interesting. And maybe this is fortunate because of where I'm located In in Silicon Valley. I've got on the advisory board of a of a venture fund. Oh yeah that's specifically typically is focused on almost almost exclusively like marketing or maybe sales and engagement technologies and startups. And so just going. I think it's every six months or so. We have a a meeting where they have a bunch of startups come in and pitch and that helps in two ways for them they've they've have a group of CMO's who are sitting there giving them feedback. which for them as quite valuable or at least hopefully as but then for us you know for me. It's it's really good to to be able to look around corners and see some of those things that are coming up That might be interesting for us to adopt or just might be interesting for us to be aware of as we're thinking about what state of the market marking looks like three to five years from now so that's been a really interesting kinda separate type of a network to to get involved in. Yeah I love that I mean we. We usually ask On on the show you know where do you seek innovation. I think a lot of the best. CMO's out there are just constantly looking at where innovation and is happening. I I think it's a great way I mean I think it's amazing advice for you for any CMO To be an adviser for some sort of fun to just help look the deal flow because you get to see the latest and greatest and things like that and like you said that's huge value and then also working with a startup getting I access to those tools and things like that usually you can and negotiate something pretty favorable for them and pretty favorable for you. Well that's all after every one of these meetings it's always. which ones do you want to reach out to and follow up with The the VC firm takes a a to question poll one is who do you want. Who would you work with? A who has relevance for you and then who invest in. Because they're trying to figure out you know which ones they should a place bets with and if they get a room full of CMO saying invest in that. That's pretty good indicator for them. I would be. I should've brought this up at the beginning at the top But so you are also recognized as the top. CMO By Silicon Valley Business Journal. Is that right Yeah that was actually. That was a lot of fun as a couple of weeks ago. Actually that came out so so yeah yeah so tell me about this word. We're with an award winner hair. So what What what was that? Like and We know we know Silicon Valley Business Journal well law. They're awesome awesome publication. So yeah I mean like it was. It was quite an honor. I feel like it was an honor that was reflective of all the stuff that our team has been able to accomplish this past year And yet they do a set of awards. I the CMO award and they recognize CEO's CFO's rose in silicon valley as well. And so just what. I ended up talking with him about was was a lot of what we've been talking about around. How do we be smarter marketers? That could drive growth for the business Again in Silicon Valley. If you're talking about how your harnessing data all of that is quite valuable. The other thing thing I mentioned to them Is it can be perceived as lonely to be a marketer in Silicon Valley. Because you know this is the land. Enough Technology and a lot of these companies are so focused on the product on the technology you know and maybe have less appreciation for marketing. But what I've shared with them. Is You know I. I believe that customer experience is the new product. You know the days of Chirp if you're going into a completely new white space maybe me for a little while. The product will be the thing but all markets mature markets mature product start to look somewhat similar and you can't as easily really differentiate there but how you engage with your customers is the new way. The companies differentiate and so what better organization in a world where customer experiences the new product to. You know to be a part of marketing because we are outside in focus we are connected to customers and we can feed that back in to the organization so that we are investing as much in customer experiences. We are in the new widget or the new You know the new product or technology. Yeah I mean it just seems like if you build your marketing strategy. On on products and features short lived to be short lived. I it seems like you are collecting insights. Bring those to the board bringing this to your leadership team things that you know we we talk about on the show of the best. CMO's or the folks that are the most successful are actually providing insights sites of the leadership team about the customer order some of those conversations like or. How do you kind of position that information? I'll give you kind of the mechanics of it. Then I'll share share story The the mechanics of it are. We've created a number of different listening posts And and I think that is extremely important for marketing. Some of these things could sit in other organizations. But we've Kinda built them and take the mantle of some of them for Juniper for instance. We've created something we mcauley innovators circle and it is a think about kind of like a virtual focus group but it's an always on community where we can pull and we've we've engaged with our community. It's you know eight hundred or a thousand of our our customers and some of our business partners and basically we can test product direction. We contest marketing. Does this value proposition resonate with you. We've used it to inform our strategy. We've used it even to validate. Some emanate emanate candidates. So mean we are the Platte. We've created the platform to get that level of insight into do it in a structured way and to bring that back into the business so that's one one example we we run our annual customer satisfaction survey again. That could be run by anybody but we run it so that we are kind of the source of assimilating this data and providing insights back into the business so a couple of years ago I was having a conversation with their CEO and and he said something to the effect of you know. I don't think that are why juniper story is a stronger compelling as it could be our at least. That was my interpretation. I can't remember exactly what he said. Something to that effect. And it is true semes- we fall into the trap of we're talking about our security solutions. Are we talking about our cloud solutions. We can talk all day long about the solutions in the technology. But but why should someone even be talking to Juniper if I'm walking to someone that has no business relationship with us. Why should I be doing that? And so I took that as a personal challenge of course But then also kicked off a body of work within the company would I didn't want to do is come up with the next marketing tagline. Like oh and work with us like this because then then that would be good for about six months. And then we'd be on to the next thing I wanted something to be durable and I wanted to be connected to the strategy and and really become the true north for the company any so we kicked off this body of work or essentially worked with our executive leadership team worked with a number of our sales teams. Because they're the ones out there talking to customers every day a figuring out what works what doesn't when you have those conversations and and did a little bit of external listening as well and so essentially came up with well. We thought the biggest value that we can bring to companies today and is centered around. You know all all companies are dealing in multi anti cloud world. They're dealing with Amazon and Google and all these cloud companies in their building their own infrastructure and while the promise of those investments has been more agility or or lower cost. What it's done is it's created a massive amount of complexity for our customers and so what we determine? Our true north was in where we could add. Add significant value was to deliver simplicity with our World Class Engineering Organization. And so that eventually I mean didn't get articulated. In that way. At first it it was a whole host of different inputs in ideas but it crystallize into this notion that we engineer simplicity for our customers that became it did happen to become a tag like line and it's one that I can proudly say two years later is still in place that means hit the mark but more than that and much more than that it became the strategy for the company soon started talking about it in leadership meetings. We talked about how different organizations across the company are working to deliver simplicity for our customers and so so it really became an internal rallying cry and like I said true north in addition to being than played out as a marketing initiative. And I think it's one of those things things that when you have something like that then you can go back and measure it. It's like you can go back and ask your customers like is life more simple after you you started when we were exactly right. I mean every six months or so we we kind of do pulling and tracking And you know one is how we articulate that is irrelevant is a compelling to you so first of all is the notion still valid valid and then are we backing up and sometimes you have a hard time as a marketer qualifying brand related attributes. It's totally like I said earlier. You can you can easily quantify I give you a lead you work. The lead business closes or a dozen pipeline evacuated. How much how much revenue by created? That's the easy part. But my brand investments. What is that done? And so we do track those those metrics compelling is it relevant and then how do you rate us first competitor on these attributes and if it's still compelling and relevant score is still in the high eighties so it's still resonating with the vast majority of our customers and we've seen appreciable movement every six months since we kick this off in those attributes being related to us and US being ahead of our competitors in those attributes so there's no better way to say we've made a brand investment still relevant to our customers and where we're moving the needle with it. Yeah and the show. We talked about that all the time about you know fight where you can win like. That's I think it's a big problem with Lata. Marketing folks were like. Hey we want to be you know the the platform of agility or whatever it is But it's like your customers don't think your product is agile. Probably won't be for two years like if you're making promises cash you're actually gonNA lose the trust. which is what you're trying to do in the first place is build trust and I think that like you know kind of letting marketing get in the way of letting slogan get in the way of of the Ground Truth Ruth is is ultimately might be more harm than good? I couldn't agree more and it went back to your original point of you're taking outside in perspective and data and then and informing the company's strategy or actions and this was a case where we started out making sure we had kind of commitment across the leadership team that this was that we believed one we had. We had the goods today and that this is the direction we want to travel and then to validated with the market that this was something that was relevant to them. And if we could deliver liver on this would be of significant value to them so kind of correlating all of those things to say. This is what we want to do. I think it was like Pizza Hut. who had that whole ad ad campaign where they're basically just like everything's pizza tastes like cardboard and they're like we we know? Our.

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What Does It Mean When a Plant Goes Dormant?

Plantrama

05:02 min | 7 months ago

What Does It Mean When a Plant Goes Dormant?

"In our did you know section. We're GONNA going to talk about dormancy. What is dormant period? Do all plants need a dormant period. Why do they need a dormant period? Can you help us. I shed some light on this. Well I think for most plants. A period of dormancy is a matter of survival so so either as that plant developed because of conditions growing conditions like the weather they have have developed the practice of going into dormancy which have saved her life now dormancy. I often triggered by the weather and we commonly think of dormancy is associated with winter. Right that You know winter conditions conditions come and deciduous plants shed their leaves deciduous trees and shrubs shed their leaves and perennials. Die Back to the crowns and the roots you're still alive and the crown of the plant often is still alive but the top is gone and the plant is dormant dormant meaning it is not actively growing right and it is just kind of in a holding pattern. Yeah in it's like I think of it. I think of suspended animation or stasis to get through a tough time like like if you were on a spaceship going Tamar being suspended and you'd be dormant until you woke up on the planet although we often think of it as being associated with winter summer and heat can trigger dormancy as well for example those lows people who live in the northeast often know that their turf grass grows dormant goes dormant in the heat of the summer right. Exactly yes exactly. And the thing is that species that have a well-developed a dormancy needs. You can't trick it out of them right so for example if you've got a maple tree and it has a period of dormancy normally the winter. You can't bring that maple tree in the house and have it as a house plant alive. It will live and stay okay for a while In but after a while it will start to shed its leaves and go dormant anyway because it needs fat period of dormancy and that's one of the things that people who we're just getting started with bone side don't understand so many of the plants that are used for bone size are actually temperate climate plants. That require that dormancy whether it's a juniper or maple and they bring them inside they keep them inside all the time and are inevitably disappointed because they don't do what they expect the plants to do. So if you're starting to get interested in bones I you might start out with something tropical. That's not going to have the same dormancy requirements. I'm I'm so glad that you mentioned the juniper because we think often of dormancy as being something that deciduous plants grow through but evergreen plants. I have a dormancy eh period often too and basically for an evergreen. They don't lose their foliage but they don't grow they don't do anything they just. It kind of maintain their life on as even a keel as possible. But there's no active growth going on one thing that everybody needs to know about dormancy. Is that Some plants need it and so if you have a plant that looks like it's dying dying and a good example of this cyclamen which many people might have you know in January. We're recording this January and many people might have have that from as a holiday plant and suddenly that plant starts to look like it's dying. The leaves turn yellow and start to fall away away but that plant is just going into its period of dormancy so for you assumed that a plant is dying research that a plant online you know put in the name of the plant and then right dormancy and see. If that's what's really going on and in fact last a month we talked about Amaryllis which also have a period of dormancy so that's another one that people may be thinking about this time of year. I had this beautiful Amaryllis. It's just finished blooming. How do I eat into dormancy and give it what it needs and this is also a question that we talk about when we're thinking about planting certain things in spring if you oh have caladiums tubers that you over wintered? They've been dormant and now they're going to be an active growth again. So it's good to understand dormancy. I was intimidated. It by when I first started growing plants I thought. Oh it's going to be difficult to manage. It's really not the plant gives you a lot of clues as to what it needs and what it

"juniper" Discussed on Parcast Presents: Summer of '69

Parcast Presents: Summer of '69

11:29 min | 9 months ago

"juniper" Discussed on Parcast Presents: Summer of '69

"Her up next Marlene discovers. What's hiding hiding in the midst now? Back to the story. Marlene was choking. She was dizzy from spinning around. In the thick fog trying to claw her way out she finally managed to crawl on the ground a few feet out of the the thick of it. She turned back to see if it was gaining on her. The mist swirled around the tree. Faster and faster until it appeared to create a fire fire and out of that fire careened a magnificent silver plumed bird it shot into the sky as if reaching for the heavens. Marlene blinked rapidly and tried to follow the bird but it was gone too soon. She turned back to the tree. which had stopped twisting and shaking being the midst quickly evaporated and everything returned to how it had been as she looked down to the grass? She could see the handkerchief. The bones were gone far above marlene. The bird was on a mission. It had the blood of Leila the bones of Jacob and the magic of the juniper tree now it simply needed three items to enact revenge. The bird ducked weaved through the sky until it found what it sought a goldsmith. The bird flu right up to his window and began to sing a gorgeous lilting tune with words that told his his tail. My mother she killed me my father. He ate me my sister. Marlene gathered all my bones. Tide them in a silk scarf. Lay them beneath the juniper tree. Tweet tweet what a Beautiful Bird I. The Goldsmith set down on his tools intrigued by the most beautiful notes. He'd ever heard strung together mesmerized just as the bird intended he stumbled tumbled from his workplace into the street after the bird in his haste. He lost a shoe bird bird he called after it. You sing like an angel. Please please come to me and sing it just once more. The bird flatly refused informing the goldsmith that he did not sing twice without something in exchange if he wanted to hear it again. The bird demanded the gold chain that he had spied the Goldsmith working on the goldsmith obliged placing the exquisite wisit gold chain at the birds feet. He picked it up with his right claw and once again enthralled the Goldsmith with his other worldly song when he was finished the bird alighted once more into the sky this time swooping down to the low sloping roof of a shoemaker once again and the bird launched into his beautiful tale of woe my mother she killed me my father he ate me my sister. Marlene gathered heard all my bones tied them in a silk scarf laid them beneath the juniper tree tweet tweet what a beautiful bird am i. The shoemaker shoemakers set down his boot and ran outside and transferred by the beautiful bird on the roof. Pleased burge singer Song again. I've never heard anything so lovely as the bird laughed at the man's request the shoemaker called for his family to come out they all stared up at the bird unsure what they were waiting for. Go on now.

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"juniper" Discussed on Parcast Presents: Summer of '69

Parcast Presents: Summer of '69

06:28 min | 9 months ago

"juniper" Discussed on Parcast Presents: Summer of '69

"The GRIMM's are known for their shorter fairytales. Else as opposed to some of their French contemporaries who penned more elaborate and long winded yarns. But the juniper tree is an outlier it is much longer. Undoubtedly one of the more horrific stories found in their eighteen twelve anthology children's and household tales. The brothers Grimm credit a painter of their day. Philipp Otto Ruge with the story of the juniper tree but its origin is still unknown. Did wrong a right at himself or did one of his poetic paintings inspire an original story from the GRIMM's or was wrong a simply passing along a story he'd heard a horror passed down through generations. Rations.

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Why Don't Evergreen Trees Lose Their Needles?

BrainStuff

02:20 min | 9 months ago

Why Don't Evergreen Trees Lose Their Needles?

"Trees seem to thrive during the colder months steadfastly holding onto their brightly colored needle like leaves as temperatures plummet bringing welcome color and contrast ask snowy landscapes on the other hand the wide and flat leaves of their deciduous counterparts transformed into brilliant shades of Red Orange and gold during the chilly. Dry Days of fall and early winter only to eventually shed. Their branches will remain barren until spring so why are evergreens which include many but not All coniferous trees such as Pines junipers and spruce is immune to seasonal leaf changes in shedding while species of deciduous trees like Aspen's Birch Cherry the Oak Maple. Aren't it mostly comes down to a little thing. You might have learned about in biology class called photosynthesis both deciduous and and evergreen trees use energy from the sun and water from the ground to turn carbon dioxide in the air into food. The difference is that shorter days brings less sun during the fall and winter and that translates into less energy so deciduous trees bearing broad flat leaves go dormant or into a sort of hibernation mode and shed. Their air leaves to help them conserve water in stay alive until spring arrives. New leaves grow from New Buds Evergreens. Meanwhile boast needles that are actually tightly rolled sleeves and the low surface area of this shape helps the needles conserve water throughout the fallen winter. A waxy coating on the needles also helps keep water from evaporating compared with broad delicate leaves. These dense waxy needles resist cold stay moist which keeps them green throughout the winter but evergreens actually do shed their needles just not all at once as needles age they turn Yellow Brown or a Reddish Tan and will fall from the tree but usually only a handful at a time. The trees are a constantly growing new needles so they can stay green year round. Evergreens crater leaf longevity means they can survive in environments that don't work for their deciduous cousins in fact evergreens can be found on every continent except in Artika. The bottom line is that although those colorful deciduous trees attract their share of seasonal leaf peepers trees stay green year round add character peoples yards during the fall and winter offer shelter to birds and small animals when the winter is cold and many species are dense enough to serve as wind breaks and privacy screens.

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Heres to Your New Holiday Drink: Brussels Sprouts-Flavored Gin

Business Wars Daily

05:20 min | 11 months ago

Heres to Your New Holiday Drink: Brussels Sprouts-Flavored Gin

"This episode of Business Wars daily is brought to you by sent pro online from pitney bowes shipping and mailing from your desk is never been simpler than with sent pro online from Pitney new bose. Try It free for thirty days and get a free ten pound scale when you visit. PBA DOT com slash B W daily the UH from wondering I'm David Brown and this is business wars daily on this Friday September twenty seven just. When do you think the Innovation Gurus must be running out of ideas and other one comes along. That's enough to make you shake your head and wonder who approve this. Such is the case with a new line of flavored spirits from the folks at Pickering's Gin in Edinburgh. The craziest of these new drinks will make you either head right to the liquor store or or hold your nose. Brussels sprouts flavored Jen. Yep you heard me right. Pickering's has made a gin based on what am I favored veggies. The Brussels flavored Jin is for the holiday season and we'll be sold in six packs of clear Christmas ornaments. According to the industry publication food dive each ornament it will hold about a shot of gin once you down it. You can hang that ornament on your tree or not pickering's was appropriately self deprecating almost almost sheepish in this statement released about the new spirit we know it sounds bonkers they said but the humbled sprout delivers a pleasantly sweet slightly. Nettie Jen Perfect for mixing they posted on their website but if the idea of mixing gin with the trendiest of cruciferous veggies just isn't your cup of tea well pickering's knows that to they'll also offer jenn spiked with cranberry spiced pear and cinnamon and plumbing ginger all in ornaments of course beyond the fact that the weirdness was enough to catch the eye of many editors face it we laughed what's up all the concept is part of a trend by Jean makers just to add plant-based flavors to their concoctions in an effort to persuade non gin drinkers that the juniper spirit is worth their while and you know it's. Working Fortune magazine reports that worldwide Jin sales rose eight percent from twenty seventeen to last year as people sipped on varieties tinted with rose citrus citrus grapefruit even rhubarb and Basil Not Kidding inspiring these editions the intensely crowded Jin Space. It's hard to stand out when the number of finalists in the best Scottish Jen competition numbers more than sixty companies in almost one hundred twenty Jin's and that doesn't even take into account count Jen's from around the world including the old British giant beefeater that company alone sold almost three million cases of Jin last year so so how does a start up break through the noise with attention getting innovations if you're marcus pickering and Mat Gamel two friends who launched pickering's things in a former dog Kennel and twenty thirteen and followed up by refurbishing an old fire engine to dispense cocktails through its hoses of course they did but Brussel Al- sprouts Brussels sprouts according to one survey by Catcher brand hinds. We don't know why they are the single most hated vegetable in America but pickering's is Scottish. You say while their neighboring Brits put the sprouts at the top of their most detested list to now he was truly yeah. I loved them roasted. Maybe with some garlic in balsamic vinegar or Bacon for the last few years. They've been huge on restaurant menus. That's apparently because like pickering's brings. Restaurateurs also get that yes. There are a lot of haters out there but the people who love Brussel sprouts are passionate about these little tiny cabbages this Christmas Christmas pickering's will discover who loves who hates and how many of these Christmas ornaments they'll be able to in low cell. It's from Wendy. This is business Wednesday. This week's episodes were written edited and produced by Lane Appleton edited and produced by Emma Portland. Our executive producer is Marshall gained by or not Lopez for wondering I'm David Brown and we'll see you next week. This episode is brought to you by Centro online from Pitney Bowes Shipping and mailing from your desk has never been simpler than with sent pro online from pitney bowes with with simple online is just click sand and save for as low as four dollars ninety nine cents. That's right four dollars and ninety nine cents a month. Send envelopes flats and packages right from your. Pc and you are back to business in no time. Try It for free for thirty days and get a free ten pound scale but only only when you visit P B dot com slash B._w. Daily that's P._B. Dot Com slash B W daily.

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"juniper" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:42 min | 11 months ago

"juniper" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Juniper flats in riverside first reported earlier this afternoon before six bar right now zero percent contained evacuations are apparently in place for the community of Mayberry in San has sent out near the intersection of cotton wood Avenue in Warren Rhode rivers I got a firing cal fire crews have apparently responded with two other firefighters at least two air tankers one helicopter had been fighting the flames from the air authorities acting have asked you to keep a look out for a white or light colored Honda sedan that may of damage to the front passenger side after a woman walking on the side of the road was hit and killed early this morning the woman was hit near the intersection of crown valley insulin at canyon road the car involved in the hit and run took off man is given up after about seven hours every barricaded himself inside his parents house in Whittier guy showed up in violation of a stay away order sheriff's officials say the man was standing on the street yelling obscenities at the house on pro Nabil just after nine this morning then ran inside barricaded himself in a barely came out on his own after being informed slot it's around the house some streets in Santa Monica are going to be closed to vehicles tomorrow two miles of streets will be closed for the city's open streets celebration if you wanna do a pop up roller rink you can head downstairs on ocean Avenue where kids want to try out the fording there's a gate link that up on eighth street and main third the farmers market they're going to be a bike rodeo for kids that helmet decorating in front of the civic auditorium hosts Constance feral says the event features live music food art and activities coast is a car free public space allowing the committee to experience at a Monica streets sidewalks and iconic landmarks.

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The future of phone use is group chat and messaging

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

02:40 min | 1 year ago

The future of phone use is group chat and messaging

"The future of phones is chat and messaging and plain old texting is not going to cut it from American public media. This is marketplace. Tech demystifying the digital economy, I'm Ali would. Messaging is the future of smartphones. And I don't mean plain old texting. I mean things like what's up and apples, I message apps that let you send videos group chat. See when someone is typing and gifts and animations China's we chat is the ultimate messaging dream, a service that lets its users do all of that, and shop and make payments and order food delivery. That's all what Facebook wants to become with its new plan to combine all of its messaging platforms, but most people are still just texting and that technology needs. An upgrade one possibility is our CS rich communication services, which would bring fancy chat features to the texting app on everyone's phone. Sam Barker is a lead analyst following mobile at juniper research. He says we might still use. What's apper message to chat with friends, but our CS is a huge business opportunity when it comes to, you know, to pay to pay a traffic. But everyone uses I think the operators who mice conceded that. What's up other that they're going to get that back? You'll be very, very difficult to the winning comes to the business messaging side of things the consumers and the enterprises engaging their customers. That's where operators will succeed and to the appropriate is to make all CSS. He big quizzes as SMS's now through the, the native mess JEAN CLAUDE on small foot. Okay. So I would just interact with the brand directly. I would do my shopping, I would maybe get my customer support, but it does seem like, really the future phone. Use is going to be messaging in some form, not so much mobile web or apps. Even exactly we've seen, you know, users migrate from online browsing to in-app browsing and the next step. So this will be all CFC when be a case of having a dedicated up per Brander enterprise. It'll be a single app, you use with multiple contacts is much of the same way you have a new you'll app now, the, the they'll be contacting the lousy to does he connect with, with the brand new an enterprise. You. Need to contact them? I unfortunately they come be able to contact you. That's one of the, the key requisites in the standards for all CS from then, then on you, can you can register in the same way would do out and have the same functionality. I love that. I like how you say, unfortunately they cannot contact me. I as a consumer, I'm great with that.

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Alexa, Amazon And Lead Analyst discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Alexa, Amazon And Lead Analyst discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

"Ten wins Amazon's Alexa has eighty thousand skills and not one killer app. Sorry, I don't understand it simple because of how people using the voice of the moment. Has no single drool, juniper research, lead analyst, James more. Little things like listening to music, Amazon wants people to try something new ask Alexa, what her most popular skill is. And she recommends daily trivia, Amazon's encouraging developers to build new voice apps, but the juniper research analysts thinks on like smartphones. Alexa, may never have a runaway. Hit like angry birds are Pokemon go. There will be. Because he's being used. Because they've opened it up to so many different types of hardware. There are more than one hundred fifty devices with Alexa

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Abby Kony And KOMO discussed on News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Abby Kony And KOMO discussed on News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

"Up spring is upon us. And so our allergy spring and full bloom KOMO meteorologist Abby Kony's tracking. How the forecast we could impact pollen levels pollen count from north west. As men allergy trees are now at a medium level. This is likely due to some recent moisture combined with the fact that trees are primarily done pollinating grasses and weeds have yet to cause any problems this season here the specific trees creating issues right now. And there are a lot of them Birch cedar juniper, ashtrays are aggravating allergy symptoms walnut. Pine oak are also troublemakers with.

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Quinine: Medicine or Mixer?

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

02:48 min | 1 year ago

Quinine: Medicine or Mixer?

"There anything about quinine that makes it worth drinking in the form of tonic water, I know some older people who are convinced that it helps with neurological issues does it have side effects? Or is it fairly benign, even if it's ingested daily quinine is a bitter chemical that's extracted from the bark of the sink Kona tree. It's used in tonic water to impart that characteristic bitter flavor. In fact, I've made my own tonic water using Kona bark that I bought online. My recipe involved boiling this in Kona bark with some other spices like coriander and juniper berries, and then combining that extraction with citrus. Juice grated. Citrus peels and sugar and straining the whole concoction to produce syrup and then to use it. I would add a tablespoon or two of this syrup to a glass and fill it with plain soda water. Jin totally optional now making your own tonic water is fun, especially if you like those sort of do it yourself projects that require a bunch of SO, Tarik ingredients or equip. -ment take a lot of time. Make a big mess, and ultimately produce something that you could have bought at the store for a buck. Of course, my tonic water tasted nothing like store-bought tonic water, some of my friends thought that was a plus others. Frankly, preferred the store bought version the other interesting thing about homemade tonic water is that it's not clear like store bought tonic water, but we're the color of weak tea, but back to his question. What are the medicinal uses of quinine in addition to being used as a flavoring agent quinine from Cinco? Bark can also be used as an effective treatment for malaria Kuala win is a prescription anti malarial medication that contains quinine sulfate from Kona bark, however is more effective drugs. Have been developed quinine is no longer the first line treatment for malaria. It's basically used only in cases where no other drugs are available or in areas that have developed strains of malaria that are resistant to the first line drugs. And it's. Also, sometimes used to treat malaria in pregnant women sin. Kona bark contains another closely related compound called Quinn Adine. It has some of the same medicinal benefits is quinine such as fighting malaria. However, it tends to have more serious side effects. So it's not widely used there is some ongoing research involving Quinn Adine to treat certain rare neurological conditions, but the toxins remains a real issue. Quinine also has gained a reputation as a treatment for restless leg syndrome and nighttime leg cramps and many physicians have prescribed Kuala Quin, which is really for malaria to patients who suffer from leg cramps. However, the FDA has issued a warning against this off label use of quinine containing medications.

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"juniper" Discussed on Tales

Tales

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"juniper" Discussed on Tales

"Deter buried his beautiful wife. Leila beneath the juniper tree the soil mixed with his tears, creating a snowy slushy grave for his beloved wife at first he didn't think he could bear this grief every time. He saw his son smile. He thought of how his wife would have wanted to see this bright luminous child, but after another snowfall as the ice thawed. So did his heart. He saw how much they needed a mother in this home. He met a woman named ill saw. And while he did not love her like, he loved Leela. She was a sensible woman who laughed at his jokes and had a twinkle in her eye dealer. Ill saga had a second child right away Marlene chin or Marlene for short. She was darling with round apple cheeks and a charming innocence about her above all she adored her. Older half, brother. Jacob. She followed him everywhere and tried to climb the high trees that he did Jacob adored his sister as well. He looked after her and protected her the to the best of friends, they brought deeter much joy. But ill, sir who loved her daughter for Roche ously despised the site of the children playing in holding hands ill subur- nd with jealousy. How easily Jacob won her darling daughters affection and admiration, and what did he do to earn it that love should be reserved for Marlene Chin's mother soon? Ill say, hey, did the pale white Jacob beyond that she knew how the world worked Jacob. The eldest son would inherit everything when the aging dealer past ill saw and Marlene Chen would be destitute just like ill. So was before this marriage. There was nothing nothing ill. So could do to change Jacob's position in the family. So she took out her anger on the boy while dealer was at work. She beat him slapped him in the corner. Cuffed his ears. Even though it made her feel somewhat better to see the berry red welts on his back after she took a switch to him. Him. It was not enough. He was still going to inherit all of their money their home and throw the mother and daughter onto the street every time Ailsa saw Jacobs cheeks flush with pain and the big watery tears streamed from his is she wondered why the strange pale boy wouldn't just die. How much simpler, it would be she'd finally be secure in her home and in her daughter's heart. One afternoon ill so retired up to her room exhausted. She reclined on her bed with her hand on her forehead. The mere thought of Jacob was giving her a headache. Mother Marlene poked her head in. Me have an apple. He also uncovered her eyes and regarded her daughter warmly anything for her treasure ill. So hopped out of bed and crossed the room swiftly to a beautifully. Carved old wooden chest. The trunk had a large heavy lid, and an even heavier iron lock ill solicited at carefully and with effort as if unearthing ancient treasure this is where she kept her. Apple's so Jacobs grubby little hands wouldn't pill for them. All she reached in and pulled out the most succulent scarlet red, apple as blood red as Jacobs cheeks. Suddenly a dark thought came over her. She felt chills on her arms as if the devil were passing through her. She pulled the apple away from Marlene. She said, no my child, we shall wait until your brother returns home from school. He shall have an apple I Marlene nodded in agreement. That is very kind of you mother Jacob show. Shirley, appreciate it. And he should be here at any moment, you'll send her daughter outside saying, she should wait there. While Jacob enjoyed his apple Marlene nodded and skipped out what an adorable obedient child. Bill so walked swiftly back to the trunk and placed the apple back inside with all of the other gleaming, red apples and closed the lid, gently as if nothing were out of the ordinary. It was only a few minutes before Jacob came bounding up. The stairs. He'll so greeted him warmly. Jacob regarded her suspiciously. She smiled at him and offered an apple Jacob raised an eyebrow. No answer. What a useless child. Do you want an apple she repeated mother you are looking at me, so terribly Jacob's voice trembled, and he took a step backward. Ill says face softened trying to coax him closer. Would you like an apple Jacob? Yes. The boy responded, slowly, but stayed still come here. Then you can take out an apple for yourself. Jacob obediently stepped forward and knelt over the open trunk looking at the apples. They were shiny and perfect. Anyone would take a moment to marvel before choosing one ill stared at the sweet white curve of his neck, his light hair, swirling innocently up into a cow lick. Maybe he wasn't so bad after all she thought to herself. As she dropped the heavy iron lid right onto his neck.

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Juniper Networks looks to bring AI to IT with Mist Systems acquisition

KCBS Radio Morning News

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Juniper Networks looks to bring AI to IT with Mist Systems acquisition

"Percent. Juniper Networks is shelling out four hundred five million dollars to buy miss systems, a five-year-old Cupertino based startup specializing in a I backed cloud managed, wireless networks Sunnyvale based juniper must see a lot of potential as missed had raised just over eight million dollars in three funding rounds with the last one coming in late January missed competes in the same market with ruckus, wireless networks

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Software-Defined Networking Market Analysis and Growth to 2025 by Major Manufactures(IBM, HP, VMWare, Brocade Communications, Cisco Systems, Ericsson, NEC, Nokia (Alcatel-Lucent), Verizon Enterprise, Juniper Networks, Huawei)

KNX Midday News with Brian Ping

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Software-Defined Networking Market Analysis and Growth to 2025 by Major Manufactures(IBM, HP, VMWare, Brocade Communications, Cisco Systems, Ericsson, NEC, Nokia (Alcatel-Lucent), Verizon Enterprise, Juniper Networks, Huawei)

"Well, we got some big news from Google today. Google announcing it's investing thirteen billion dollars across the country in data centers and offices in twenty nine nineteen Google chief executive saying, the expansion will create more than ten thousand new construction jobs in cities across the country and also Google will be dulling its workforce in Virginia and Georgia developing new data centers in Ohio Nebraska, Vada expand data centers in Oklahoma in South Carolina, recently, Google announced plans to occupy the Westside pavilion in west, Los Angeles. Former shopping center will be transformed into tech

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Rogue killings of grey wolves in Italy

Correspondents Report

05:54 min | 1 year ago

Rogue killings of grey wolves in Italy

"High up in the towering mountains belong to both Italy and France killings of gray wolves are on the rise. They isn't wolves have been extinct in the Alps for about one hundred years. But now they've made their return Europe. Correspondent linton. Besser traveled to the towel valley to investigate the killings. But he's also discovered how little has changed in the mountains from the Austro-Hungarian empire. Harking back to the eighteen hundreds. Inching Intel valley filming a report on you measures introduced here to permit the killing wolves. Those are the sounds of the bills worn around the neck of Raya species with Brown and black sheep, which grise on the high mountain meadows of the Torola Alps that present themselves as easy pry for wolves whose numbers are on the rise. But while I'm working on the story. I can't help but wonder at the fascinating history of the area with its soaring mountains and reiging rivers. Everything he is so Austrian from my lunch of shinkin brought a dark rye braid and spic a juniper flavored cured ham to the ant sits shallows, I drive past the timber window shutters thrown open to the sunshine. And of course, everyone around me is speaking German, but this isn't Austria, it's Italy. Try and explain briefly for can how it is that you're a German speaking Italian. Yes, integrity. Doper spy dish pan. How tasty Motors by Oswald fonts explains to me to dual language area to prove the point he repeats himself in Italian dealing terrorist. Iovine I can hear his accent is not to reach one of the high alpine pastures where there were a series of wolf attacks a year ago, I climb into Oswald trots as car, and we begin climbing twisty gravel road up the mountain. Looks gone down house Q biz and wolves had been extinct in this area for about one hundred years before they made their return trots as explaining to me. He's a local greasier, and he also works for a farmers lobby group. He's lived his whole life in the sued to roll the sweeping range of the Alps which changed hands in World War One through three the Washburn while we walk. He's telling me about the history of this part of the country, and how it has shifted between the hands of nation states. I am the fan guy that I can get Coleman. Let's entity hut Erste. In fact, these mountains and valleys made up the southern reaches of the Austro-Hungarian empire until they were annexed by the kingdom of Italy. In nineteen nineteen the region had been pledged to Italy as an incentive for the kingdom to join World War. Or one alongside the original on tant powers? France, the United Kingdom and Russia and other citizens in these high mountains who wished today, they could go back to being part of Austria, not early s gets Vida. Keep this in a Justin Francis. Telling me about the local elections which underway when we met there are two parties in the sued to roll at the minute who arguing for breakaway or tournaments region or even a return to Austrian control. On the such doing he makes it's not his Cup of tea. But when I ask him, which central government is more stable, Rome or Veena, which is pronounced Wien in German. He doesn't hesitate. Almost being why? Puts in talent this feat. Sevilla Vecsey Italy. Really do you get years of stability? He says so you have so many changes in the law that you just don't know where things stand this big. Did you said Skibo I contemplate trying to describe to him the roller coaster that is a strategy and politics, but think bitter of it. What matters most here shrouds insists is local culture or bored us mine sinful way. Wants to shift back to Austria doesn't make sense anymore because we're all part of the European Union. He sang, and we've maintained two languages, and our culture if you have work here you living very well. So why changes? Neon liquid tool as we finish the shoot. And we're heading back to the valley floor. He's been here. You have your now. But. Superbeet bega Gutu aloof, and since be I vol trots describes how privileged he feels to have been born and raised in the valley, and how much she still loves the clean mountaineer and the aura of self sufficiency. He says he never wants to leave. Then Mugniyah ball is the most an he keeps with him an engraved vanished. Timber walking staff. In Houston and Houston state can says he uses it when he takes a walk of an evening or if he has to give one of his sheep a gentle prod back into line. What about journalists? We let them go freely. He assures me and closes the gate behind us. This is Lynton Buser in the Alton towel valley. Dunker for correspondence report.

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Rogue killings of grey wolves in Italy

Correspondents Report

05:54 min | 1 year ago

Rogue killings of grey wolves in Italy

"High up in the towering mountains belong to both Italy and France killings of gray wolves are on the rise. They isn't wolves have been extinct in the Alps for about one hundred years. But now they've made their return Europe. Correspondent linton. Besser traveled to the towel valley to investigate the killings. But he's also discovered how little has changed in the mountains from the Austro-Hungarian empire. Harking back to the eighteen hundreds. Inching Intel valley filming a report on you measures introduced here to permit the killing wolves. Those are the sounds of the bills worn around the neck of Raya species with Brown and black sheep, which grise on the high mountain meadows of the Torola Alps that present themselves as easy pry for wolves whose numbers are on the rise. But while I'm working on the story. I can't help but wonder at the fascinating history of the area with its soaring mountains and reiging rivers. Everything he is so Austrian from my lunch of shinkin brought a dark rye braid and spic a juniper flavored cured ham to the ant sits shallows, I drive past the timber window shutters thrown open to the sunshine. And of course, everyone around me is speaking German, but this isn't Austria, it's Italy. Try and explain briefly for can how it is that you're a German speaking Italian. Yes, integrity. Doper spy dish pan. How tasty Motors by Oswald fonts explains to me to dual language area to prove the point he repeats himself in Italian dealing terrorist. Iovine I can hear his accent is not to reach one of the high alpine pastures where there were a series of wolf attacks a year ago, I climb into Oswald trots as car, and we begin climbing twisty gravel road up the mountain. Looks gone down house Q biz and wolves had been extinct in this area for about one hundred years before they made their return trots as explaining to me. He's a local greasier, and he also works for a farmers lobby group. He's lived his whole life in the sued to roll the sweeping range of the Alps which changed hands in World War One through three the Washburn while we walk. He's telling me about the history of this part of the country, and how it has shifted between the hands of nation states. I am the fan guy that I can get Coleman. Let's entity hut Erste. In fact, these mountains and valleys made up the southern reaches of the Austro-Hungarian empire until they were annexed by the kingdom of Italy. In nineteen nineteen the region had been pledged to Italy as an incentive for the kingdom to join World War. Or one alongside the original on tant powers? France, the United Kingdom and Russia and other citizens in these high mountains who wished today, they could go back to being part of Austria, not early s gets Vida. Keep this in a Justin Francis. Telling me about the local elections which underway when we met there are two parties in the sued to roll at the minute who arguing for breakaway or tournaments region or even a return to Austrian control. On the such doing he makes it's not his Cup of tea. But when I ask him, which central government is more stable, Rome or Veena, which is pronounced Wien in German. He doesn't hesitate. Almost being why? Puts in talent this feat. Sevilla Vecsey Italy. Really do you get years of stability? He says so you have so many changes in the law that you just don't know where things stand this big. Did you said Skibo I contemplate trying to describe to him the roller coaster that is a strategy and politics, but think bitter of it. What matters most here shrouds insists is local culture or bored us mine sinful way. Wants to shift back to Austria doesn't make sense anymore because we're all part of the European Union. He sang, and we've maintained two languages, and our culture if you have work here you living very well. So why changes? Neon liquid tool as we finish the shoot. And we're heading back to the valley floor. He's been here. You have your now. But. Superbeet bega Gutu aloof, and since be I vol trots describes how privileged he feels to have been born and raised in the valley, and how much she still loves the clean mountaineer and the aura of self sufficiency. He says he never wants to leave. Then Mugniyah ball is the most an he keeps with him an engraved vanished. Timber walking staff. In Houston and Houston state can says he uses it when he takes a walk of an evening or if he has to give one of his sheep a gentle prod back into line. What about journalists? We let them go freely. He assures me and closes the gate behind us. This is Lynton Buser in the Alton towel valley. Dunker for correspondence report.

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"juniper" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"juniper" Discussed on WTVN

"This is Bob juniper with three C body. Shop have you ever tried to break a piece of metal or other type of material by bending it back and forth a few times after the first band? It's a lot weaker after a few more bands. It breaks. That's why I'm very particular about how three C repairs your vehicle frame rails that protect you in an accident are very strong that is until they're bent in that first accident if an insurer wants to save money, and they always do to fault an easy way to do. This is to repair bent frame rail and sense preferred shops are under enormous pressure to keep toss loud. Well, you can figure out the rest. It happens all the time. Three rec- BodyShop fixing cars right since nineteen fifty six that's sixty years of making sure the vehicles, we repair are a safe and a strong as before the accident any shop can put a shiny coat of paint on. But it's what you can't see that matters most we care about you and your car. Shop. Marijuana has unleashed a green gold rush across our nation is creating ten point eight billion dollars in new wealthy year. And every day it's transforming more and more Americans into millionaires in an historic event. Former speaker of the house John bainer reveals how you could become one of them joined him online for the American cannabis summit attendance is one hundred percent free. But space is limited to secure spot. Text join two seven six to eight zero this event is the first of its kind ever John painter in an esteemed panel will reveal which cannabis stocks are prime.

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"juniper" Discussed on Plantrama

Plantrama

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"juniper" Discussed on Plantrama

"Zachos in myself C L for Nari. It's the podcast for everyone who has ever grown eaten or wondered about plants today. We're talking about juniper berries by nanna plants and Perennials from seed, and we're going to start out with juniper berries. Because I have a question Ellen. For many people in December. We see these berries on the junipers. Are they edible or not the short answer is? Yes. With one precaution. You're right there. Juniper berries are in our mind right now because they're beautiful in their blue. And you can use them on indoor arrangements, and and for forager there's not a lot you can forage in the snow, which I'm looking at out my window right now. But those juniper berries, you can eat, and if anybody has ever enjoyed a gin cocktail in our listening audience than than they have tasted juniper berries. They're also a traditional spice in sauerkraut. So they are used perfectly safely in cooking and in beverages. Now, let me ask you, this is their particular. Juniper berry that is used to flavor gin or is it or do they use a variety of juniper berries? It depends on the kind of gin. But there are a variety of juniper. Berries that are used most commonly people use Juna Paris communities, which is common. Juniper, and that's generally considered to be the most flavorful. But Juniper's Virginia the eastern red cedar also produces tasty edible berries. And that is a those those are the two most common species in the United States. It's very likely that what you have in your garden, or what your foraging for is going to be one of those two and those are definitely safe. Okay. Now in terms of these aren't things that our people pick a bowl full of juniper berries. And then eat them with a spoon with milk. Like, it would blueberry, correct. No now, exactly. And that is the whole point. Because the I'm thanking you set it up perfectly C L because. As a spice use small quantities of juniper. If you've ever picked berry off of a tree, you know, what a strong flavor that is. So you're not going to eat a whole bowl of juniper berries. Nobody would do that. And there's one juniper Juna Peres Sabina, which may may underline may be dangerous when eaten but the scientific literature on this is really frustrating an incomplete the studies have been made with animals eating the bark and the essential oil in huge quantities and quantity is what it comes down to. If you use a small amount of juniper as a spice. It's perfectly safe just like when you use a small amount of cinnamon. It's perfectly safe. And if you were to eat a bowl full of cinnamon, it would not be safe. But a lot of people don't know that. So it's all it all comes down to quantity. And how you use it. Excellent. I have seen juniper recommended as a spice for salmon or for for game venison and things like that. And if you were using it in that way. Would you take an chop these berries up fine sort of like you would grind pepper is that the way that you would do it? It depends. If you were using it in like poached, salmon, you might use the berries whole, but you might also just break them up a little bit in a mortar pestle would not grind it into a powder because the flavor would be so strong, for example, if you're making a whole crock pot full of sauerkraut, you would only use like four or five juniper berries. 'cause it's got a really strong flavor. Okay. So yes, you break them up to expose more surface area and get the flavor in there. But you do not need to make a fine powder out of them. I understand that juniper berries have been used medicinally for years for help with mouth sores. And there are even researchers now who are looking into the eastern red cedar because they do contain cancer. Her fighting compound. So it's a plant that is being studied for, you know, not just traditional medicinal, but perhaps its usefulness for future pharmaceuticals. I love hearing that because it's such a common plant and it produces so many berries in a year that it's a wonderful resource. I'm not a medicinal herbalist. I don't know much about herbal medicine. You know, I'm all about the flavor. But but I like hearing that down the less. Yeah..

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Congo Ebola outbreak: 2 recover after treatment

WGN Radio Theatre with Carl Amari and Lisa Wolf

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Congo Ebola outbreak: 2 recover after treatment

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San Francisco, Bloomberg and Hawaii discussed on KCBS Radio Overnight News

KCBS Radio Overnight News

00:16 sec | 2 years ago

San Francisco, Bloomberg and Hawaii discussed on KCBS Radio Overnight News

"Cancellations. In Coming days it depends on the severity of the storm the conditions of local airports and airlines comfort. Level operating in. And out of that location airlines do not want a strand passengers SFO operates twenty. Daily flights to Hawaii mostly to

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Trader Joe's in Silver Lake remains closed following deadly hostage situation

WBZ Morning News

02:00 min | 2 years ago

Trader Joe's in Silver Lake remains closed following deadly hostage situation

"Was shot yesterday afternoon and rushed to the hospital WBZ. TV's, Jim Smith has, more details from the scene on the. North shore and tells us police are combing for clues More questions than answers in tops field where police are investigating the shooting of a sixty four year old woman in a home on juniper lane even though she was found inside police who are closely analyzing evidence on. The ground outside one investigator also, using a metal. Detector to search a nearby area on arrival personnel. Located, a female victim age sixty four that a single. Gunshot wound to the chest victim was. Transported to Beverly. Hospital at this time we. Believe it's I'm life threatening warns the. Incident happened around four thirty yesterday afternoon again the woman was inside the house at the time a relative was also there with her at this point note word of any arrests police are actively investigating, the silver lake neighborhood of. Los Angeles is trying to recover after high drama yesterday at a trader Joe's one woman is dead and. Another is in critical condition after a shooting suspect led police on a wild chase an exchange fire with officers Dinner with a hostage standoff the suspect was wounded he's now in custody details from. ABC's Marci Gonzales on the woman was killed at a trader Joe's here in Los Angeles has a gunman stormed intaking dozens of hostages police say it started Saturday afternoon with the twenty eight year old suspect shooting his grandmother stealing her car and taking another injured woman with him as he. Ran from police during the course, of that pursuit. The gunman inside the suspect fired on our Austria's. Multiple, times the injured suspect was taken into custody Marci. Gonzales ABC news Los Angeles and we're. Learning the trader. Joe's employee who has killed. Is identified as Melita karate it is. Unclear if she was caught up in the crossfire or were shot by the suspect the FBI has released heavily redacted documents that are related to this surveillance of a former Trump campaign adviser.

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"juniper" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

And That's Why We Drink

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"juniper" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

"And just kinda was really drugged out for a while and really drunk on innocent sesia and he had his cone and he kept walking into every doorway and juniper kept trying to climb into the cone and sit in and it was just quite a but today he came home and had is like cast off and you had it all shaved and there was like a big cut and i'd just burst into tears like my baby and my mother's visiting she's like god damn it she goes i'm literally gonna have to move to california when you have kids because you you can't do it you can't even handle your dog getting thornton as pollen i'm like i can't so that's why this week i felt too far apart from gio he got injured while i was away and so apparently the armor aligned and the spirits said i needed to also be injured and cyber two of my toes while i was home mocking hell so me and geo are one once again and sent me a real nasty text saying like you do not take care of my nephew was like not that way here and that got a lot of attention which i didn't like you posted it i know i thought it'd be funny and then everyone was like yeah m's right take custody and it was what i was like no crazy one and they're like no 'em needs to take custody gio and this week baboo anyway that's all i also just want to add before we get started that we do we're coming to nashville in less than freaking month which were so talk us third and august four dragging yvo with us yes she seems excited about the dragging she's also forced to be with us in super hot room so who knows what she's really thinking yeah for everything that we've amounted to christine still does not have air conditioning in her house and i'm truly disgusted there is but you just can't blasted because it'll mess up the microphones and it's for our listeners were suffering for them i hate it finding another podcast to go there jesus christ also we're going to nashville all the tickets are sold out so if you guys want to grab a ticket please do because they're going fast apparently august third certain fourth go to our website and then hit tour and then we're also we just sign up to show in hollywood again is number twenty third yes correct and it's seven thirty on sunday and this one actually we're not doing live meet up with like just like kind of out in the open anymore so we're actually doing more contained one so if you guys want to get like vip or dinner ticket those are available and those have not sold out yet so go up those while you can and we will be selling merch i think so yeah i think so armee selling merchant that one because we haven't sold merchant at a live show yeah but i do want to say we're sorry that we're no longer doing the the live meet ups after the fact that just became very mentally taxing and like security wise it just didn't it wasn't a good idea yes we we just it's getting to a point where now i just have to think about our safety so yep like mental sanity because we were staying out till two am on a work night and yes just really suffering and we love you very much so we it's not you it's not it's not it's we just we can't do it anymore so hence the vip tickets we still wanna meet you guys we just have to do it in a more structured way so blazed lisa only the commune was just like you're not fucking doing that anymore you're gonna get stabbed and i was like oh so i mean we do have a show about crime so i was like find out the hard good episode but no yeah we're not allowed to do it anymore but it'll be a good episode when i have to be on here by myself and i'm like you want to.

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Judge orders housing extension for hurricane victims as Puerto Rico, FEMA ignite spat

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

02:07 min | 2 years ago

Judge orders housing extension for hurricane victims as Puerto Rico, FEMA ignite spat

"For more than fifteen minutes from the big stories on wcbs morning only von putney and three things to know this morning sponsored by east coast motor club one north jersey congressman bill pascrell almost collapsed yesterday at a news conference good for him it was at a fire department firefighters got him a cool off to a manhattan federal judge allows a legal challenge to the addition of a citizenship question to the twenty two thousand census form and three a state appeals court is blocking the release of new york city police body camera footage at least until it hears arguments from both sides in november wcbs news time three forty six we'll even though puerto rico's governor ricardo will say oh said he would not apply for more extensions a federal judge in massachusetts tuesday did extend the program for fema to pay hotel costs for nine hundred and fifty two puerto rican families who left the island last september after hurricane maria now goes through at least july twenty third the hotel payments fema has maintained listen this is temporary we wanna get you into something more permanent so this is a battle that's going to be fought in federal court but for now the judge in massachusetts is said fema i'm ordering you to continue paying through check out on the twenty fourth let's get back in the courtroom and i'll make a further decision later cbs news correspondent david begg no on the story not philadelphia's old center city district we're a big cleanup's underway after what happened yesterday rob lives here in center city and he could not believe what he was saying it's like class two rapids right now down walnut street all that water flowing down the street caused by a forty eight inch main that broke it sansom and juniper streets according to water department spokesman john giulio see sometimes when summer hotlines high volume of what our usage could get you into something like this but the giulio ads the exact cause is unknown right now is as people from center city to south philly lost water service or had pressure problems for hours many of the businesses here on walnut street sent their workers home for the day kyw radio's tim jimenez reporting.

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"juniper" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

And That's Why We Drink

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"juniper" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

"Birthing birthday present so m yeah here's the thing i have some news for you do you have any other news before i give you this bombshell is a good bombshell or by bomb it's a good bombshell the neutral bombshell yeah it's not bad no it's a bombshell because it's like changing perspectives not good or bad i guess no i don't have okay i have some news about juniper my new kitten so blaze took her to the but the other day and it turns out she is a oh she's pregnant she's like seven weeks old i mean listen you said bombshell she's a heat she's a he to support surprise i made everyone say he she downstairs to to not give away the surprise oh wow well so blaze took her to the vet and they were like so these are testicles i'm like i work in a hall he'll sex me like if my education serves me right that means she was born he knows oh so we've been missed during juniper this entire time or properly 'gendering her i guess but do we do we call juniper today i do well 'cause now since i just well we thought jana pro was a girl and so i always said cheap but now i found out that he has testicles and was born voice so i'm like all right i guess it's a he now but i'm not changing his name ryan juniper his name is juniper junie okay ginny boy now instead of ginny girls junior boy okay in calm geos little brother but anyway that's all.

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"juniper" Discussed on Twinovation

Twinovation

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"juniper" Discussed on Twinovation

"It softer this teaches the couple that sometimes it's okay to sleep on a bit for mattress because doing so makes the one you love happy in that makes you happy price it only forty nine ninety nine heavy sleeper will not just give you a better night's sleep it'll bring you closer to the one you love available in twin twin excel king and queen stay scheming and stay dreaming juniper sons assize more from vermont that's very sweet very loving yeah i mean actually was like had the version of this idea in my potential don't take their glory inventions and he did a better good name an easy me to the punch that's for sure since you've thought about it can you explain like what what is a blanket that's feeling heavier how is it doing that well i can't speak to juniper's heck right on most radiation negative is sure i can't speak juniper's tech but i think it's like an air pressure system with some weight added weight involved maybe like pumps in more high density so it's kinda like when you put a blood pressure machine on and ball ball ball it like titans slowly constrict you well that's that's what i'm saying how do we how do we achieve i i wish juniper had gone more into detail at santa like you mentioned like a hair are an air you think it's more like a pressure constraint type deal well that's at this is what i'm asking i'm wondering i'm wondering how the tech works that's all well i think you gotta talk to juniper juniper presented though i mean are you guys into the product yeah are you into the idea of the product we're not quite sure how works but if it works like juniper says it does are you into it.

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"juniper" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

And That's Why We Drink

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"juniper" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

"Were there we're looking down on the ground and she was in the yard right other people in the house she was literally falling around and talking to them so she's just she's all over the place and everyone had a different story right the first floor of the building is now a law office and one of the last entities i was trying to avoid the word spirit for the millions time so i kept saying entity and my not entity is nice the last entity is there was a former wife of the house and she's often seen on the first floor especially in the dining room so since the first floor of the building is now a law office that in that's where she's often seen a lawyer who works there was sitting out his desk when he saw and heard the lashed his door open his office door and he saw a woman walk in without feet just floating with a hatchet in her hands no calmly floating through his room stopping at his shelves and staring like staring in the middle of the room to standing there with a hatchet and she also is floating a can you imagine how traumatic that must be as a lawyer whose nothing but logical to it's like oh my god traumatic the same lawyer has also seen her multiple times churning butter by the fireplace so he's just like feel like this is the beginning and end of the relationship of like geo in juniper for like in the beginning gio probably saw juniper is someone without legs and a hatchet and now he just walks pastor and like she's just like turning butter and he's like i still don't really know why you're fucking here but it's better than it was i guess.

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"juniper" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

And That's Why We Drink

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"juniper" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

"Were there we're looking down on the ground and she was in the yard right other people in the house she was literally falling around and talking to them so she's just she's all over the place and everyone had a different story right the first floor of the building is now a law office and one of the last entities i was trying to avoid the word spirit for the millions time so i kept saying entity and my not entity is nice the last entity is there was a former wife of the house and she's often seen on the first floor especially in the dining room so since the first floor of the building is now a law office that in that's where she's often seen a lawyer who works there was sitting out his desk when he saw and heard the lashed his door open his office door and he saw a woman walk in without feet just floating with a hatchet in her hands no calmly floating through his room stopping at his shelves and staring like staring in the middle of the room to standing there with a hatchet and she also is floating a can you imagine how traumatic that must be as a lawyer whose nothing but logical to it's like oh my god traumatic the same lawyer has also seen her multiple times churning butter by the fireplace so he's just like feel like this is the beginning and end of the relationship of like geo in juniper for like in the beginning gio probably saw juniper is someone without legs and a hatchet and now he just walks pastor and like she's just like turning butter and he's like i still don't really know why you're fucking here but it's better than it was i guess.

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"juniper" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

And That's Why We Drink

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"juniper" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

"Like she'd never spoke to any of the other victims but she knew that all them we're like celebrating together like she like without like ever speaking of them she knew that everyone was like thinking of each other today so heartbreaking and so at least at the very least they get some closure on that and the family members i mean and like if you listen to the book or read the book it's like the number of just like marriages on lives that were ruined even if people survived you know it ruined marriages like people weren't able to look at each other look even have sex again ever with anyone or like sleep comfortably or just the trauma of it and not and so finally at least hopefully he gives a reason like he like yeah says something soon like makes the statement of why he fucking did it and he's on suicide watch to like think like hopefully they can make sure he doesn't fuck do anything stupid before he's held accountable for his shit you know anyway that's my rant and i keep refreshing twitter so okay we'll see if anything else happens but yeah crazy crazy your cat i'll have a kitten her name is juniper and we love her her name's juniper slash junie slash june gio and juniper gio in june jones junie whatever you prefer i in junie junie it's so cute gene jew oh nope whatever it's like from baas burgers jj.

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"juniper" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"juniper" Discussed on WTVN

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"juniper" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"juniper" Discussed on WGTK

"The liquid seven the liquid seven works better when you spray it and it is on contact so by sprang with the systemic you spray at one time as they come if they start to eat on it onto their digestive tracking kill him so so the lines are open five seven one zero nine seventy if you'd like to call an swedlowe marion's in their she'll be glad to take that call she reminded me to ask me if i had seen her on the news and if i've seen her in the newspaper and acid will no but i always see your picture hanging in the post office so uh but anyway be sure and look for and there she was on a a inhaler in a test form and she's a celebrity if they so when you call land congratulate her for being a movie star i haven't had map picture on the paper but i was in a movie once on a little film clip ban it does come back to haunt me every once in a while but anyway five seven one zero nine seventy talking about specimen plants people that come into the store looking for a specimen plant first thing out of their mouth most the time is i want something lowmaintenance i want something that i never have to do anything to well baloney most specimen plants like any type of plant at some point in time i'm do need main and so the plants that i'm gonna talk about necks are two different types of plants they could be the same species but they could be trimmed and done something differently too and what i'm going to talk about our pom pom or temporaries or spirals and guy so for instance if you'd like the arba videy shrub that has been trimmed maybe into a pom pom maybe it's got like a single ball were they stripped all the fall which often has got a round brown ball on it you can have want it can have two can have three straight up and down that is called a pom pom i can be done to several different type supplants it can be done to juniper's into a pom pom form could be done in two singles doubles triples or even multiple heads we have them in box wits were you have a older boxwood plant that they have stripped all the stam's off.

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