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"lewis richardson" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:41 min | 4 months ago

"lewis richardson" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"There's lots of different thoughts and ideas and the experts always the guy from out of town but the reality is is ash trees are native species here in Arizona their the Shamil ashes not it comes from Mexico that but need to ask was actually developed by a friend of mine Lewis Richardson who had nursery in Las Cruces New Mexico he found that on the river in southern Arizona and it was a smaller cultivars en Arizona ash that's where it's come from that one's been in production for about fifty years it's not one of my favorites personally but it's still in Arizona ash I don't know why someone would say Arizona ashes don't grow here they do I mean they happen to be named after the state where they're native to is a little higher elevation they come for about three to about six thousand foot elevation and if you want to see the most beautiful ones take a drive down south to sign to Texas canyon and I'll tell you what they're gorgeous so there's no reason why ash trees don't grow here we've been growing up here my whole life they've been here for several generations before me in millennia before that in the wild and so there's no reason you can't run astri here perfect yeah I know it's it's a beautiful tree and I look forward for it to keep growing and filled with beautiful fall colors are supposed to have yeah well that one I'm excited about those like really disappointed when I saw that and was like wait a minute pretty pretty reliable at that I follow and I I'd like I got to get more clarification on this well you know sometimes it's like when he when you cook and you do all these different things you can only you know believe what you really see or touch and feel and I I would have no we've been selling ash trees here for years as lots of beautiful ash trees in the valley there's millions around.

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"lewis richardson" Discussed on Ringside Toe2Toe Boxing Podcast

Ringside Toe2Toe Boxing Podcast

12:53 min | 9 months ago

"lewis richardson" Discussed on Ringside Toe2Toe Boxing Podcast

"Former super featherweight world champion Jerry Jones Halle Berry though mates. How's it going this week? Also joined by a new prospect. Who always gets the fans on their feet is the ben well boomer? Joe Laws other way. Great see down here Having a day at score sports. How's it been pleasure? I love to there. Being obtained ring walks doing this for now the grid. How's it been to not swear as well because let's be? Pg No curse words. I think actually this is edited so deuce way we won't know almost wall when the intro. Yeah we did see that one for you. Especially we'll get onto that mind. Layabout live in each other's heads at the moment. I suppose you can't get away from each other. Yes I think it's definitely you're living in his more than him living in yours. Let's start by just touching on books in the northeast your. He's been a pretty rapid rise. But you'll now massive pop and figurehead of this rejuvenation in in the whole of the northeast box. And I think there was a period by you can probably chip in where it cities and areas go through lulls and they go you highs and it certainly seems that with Yourself Savannah Marshall at. Tom's Patrick Ward Lewis. Richardson missed ounce Savannah. Dose about him all show I oversee. Obviously it's just seems like there's this even rejuvenation boom name a thing north. He's Boston's it's the best. It's been so all these shows are created a platform and a greater chance for all these always time stock. She showed the world on made of doubt names at that. I want power awards hitting in my opinion on the best talent series and it took him thirty fates to to get leg this world exposure oft up they May Expulsion ten fates where him after ten fates north of new. He was police officer. You will class in North Out. The share owner Next year history will champion. It's we screened with the northeast. I knew custody because you've always had talent but I I saw a little bit of whales. Not as good of course obviously but no way for a long time. Until the ninety S Steve Robinson winner will kick that we always had the talent but elected choosing who was a hard sell for promote going scope. Probes can go then. South users may be a little bit. It's not for you personally. But Newcastle under the northeast resort. But let let's hard self TV companies. And what have you got the opportunities and when we did get big fights there? They were topped the bill by from the regions. 'cause they're just using the arena. But now you guys knew your of your lower level at the minute for you sell more tickets than anyone who's written blowing up and told me ball. Joe Should fight for wolves island absolutely fantastic and I think that talent new success breaches excess. I think if you can keep them running a massive area The why why. Why isn't it utilizing? It last seems to be. It is deafening. Definitely some of the best fans in the world and there'd be people pulling their headphones outside. How can you say but every time we go there the fans are just amazing and well? Boxing fans will would orders be top qualify as boxing and social clubs knowing mean dommage Shah thing. You yourself when you walked out hidden. Oviedo has ops the electric this just from a personal lewis roots and losing to Patera with sad anyway because he was on this meteoric rise and we thought that he would get past European level when he blown everybody away but it also meant that we wouldn't be going back to for a while like the. The bubble burst a little bit. Because I was a great shame. It's like a. It's like a double Disappointment but she coming back there. It's just so shouldn't be Basu so glad that Richardson's win because it means or could insert any name there but it means that we can go back and be part of these massive Again definitely but I think even when risk big as Tara thing the amish the Amish of the night people would go by swamp fashioned atmosphere because nowadays with Big Events. It's almost corporate type. People drifted a now. Yeah almost their mates and get people stay all. It's a real Russia's all might it's just like the main fighter naven justice but then Newcastle. It's an old fashioned car with stay and watch every fight and every anyone from anywhere near that area gets cheer stays the same to tell us about your story. Go back to the beginning. When did you first walk into a boxing gym and wire but I think it adds a big influences? You know. He's in the other Joseph. Joseph Mia Dodd box box box and means or box. Him was always in the family. But a I'm the best one never seen rhythms better. I think modest modest modest. He doesn't want to himself in a box. And German hours. About twelve twelve I seem nipple lobbies fears of Eight. How war and I'll walk with enough eight now. Ford asks us the assist himself. Yeah wanted to be walking Grainger Paul Harvey Fierstein fates their move to. Billy had the recipe. I'm MACHACA CRIANZA buffets and efficient three phase. Four pro fights and normal was on Tunein Nichols someone nick. You football didn't they which is also of such a common someone Mohammed. Ali's he's black. I mean someone. Football is that right That's whereas you were gonNA walk what you're upset and your your brother said. Jean Kahn. Away an opposite blue. The Blue Coats it. The top league grew Plenum offense involves in Grega diamond. Kim this Lod Tame I was wounded I think ten eleven fourteen and dot. H Lots of big difference knowing I mean and you pick you football and solve crime and you look. Do you enjoy never back down. It's called mocked interim a Michelson headlock Minova. Speeding bleeding heart. Chazan is knocked him in the end like full glass. When we listen to this now I had no idea that it was joe laws as an amateur you. For England. Boxing aims 'em reach the found debuts JEB TRIBES NOEL so When I got all these comments in on your chromebook Joel Kundu Because if you ask anybody who spotted who's four is anything coaches the Taluza combat and. I'm a lot harder when you get when you get in that then. Actually like looking at 'em on screen box. Why don't you box busy though because sometimes very effective we do the job nephews? You Saturday somebody attacks we don't there's an amateur was the that's why. I think the long around will will show that our maximum afford to mix six rounds because unless you money popula you can't keep up around. Think may move down. Weird have not is on our. Show me mcquarry Nick. Get each said to you. In the corner that justice I wrote down so I could read the Bhakti he said. Why are you going out raging bull? That one was for them into the crowd. The next three of go be for me. What's the point on working on things in the gym? If you not GONNA do them. Yeah well lamb only only pro P- performances of probably short fifty percent capable of an a a thing that just with age with the hape of of owning pro. Eight and a half hype. Behaviors whereas all these chairman's hill coup. Hawas know what it means. I'm saloon on the job for a thing where I bought a homeland self and look Bangala. I did that. Was Bob phones because of this because about Nicole. Gin and bag next thing. So easy though is because we've just said how good the fans are but that can also be a curse that you don't want put words in your mouth but can you relate to you. Got A packed house screaming. You feel like you have to go insane from the get-go rather than just due to fundamental. It's the same the ticket sellers. But I love when people have debut about. You might be a top-class amateur. It's almost like starting again so you have to just take your time. Could you try you? Overeager impress Mwana. Want to get your friends. When he's worth it. Could you selling tickets? Come and watch me Fox. Really Good Combustible Shanley alternate. You're going to win and you WanNa perform from you gotta sit back and go. This inaudible them. They can't support me. This is my job David Selfish you. This is the most you got to be the move selfish. I in the room in the world to be a boxer. It is what it because there's no mistake you make one mistake and India Korea potentially definitely so you have to be you have to be selfish but you have to try to send the corner not transferred what you do in the gym into a fight. Must appoint a physical change doctor Duffin. This box and bath does not realisable. Some of the criticism. It's not constructive in your fucking bad but if people can say you should be doing this they can see that you can do your so. I could see the praised your feet energy and and some good work you do. And and I've seen improvements to be fair. I can see that you can do stuff. Yeah much better off me tough. I mean now you can do a much better but I can understand that because you had an aggressive fighter and he had a busy fighter and you don't WanNa lose that that sometimes you your feet. We'll get too far in front of you. You WanNa rush you. You saw your own good work every and I think no one. That's why we laugh eight. I was backstage in those coming out. And he pulls one side and he spoke for ten minutes in the crowd the crowd he sees he sees a box. You don't box with the crowd. He sees a does he says it's all good being sane again M. Box You do. We go to boxing and four giant. You know that's a that is absolutely fair comment from TV. Point of view you with a live float. The reason you'll probably hear is that breakout not against Christine. Where yeah you got a little late now is people that don't know lawyer flow is you don't have a set time? You might not get on you lucky on just before the main event I was upstairs in banana was up. Says in the banana was in the air fate in some not an open job. You're on fifty minutes two minutes. Can we show? It's on you quick stretches and how it was possible but it was an absolute barnstorming bond for every berries said and you know there has been constructive criticism about you know. You can oversee books. That Chris Truman. Oy is probably what brought you to the mainstream attention. Brought me Honda in the in the face. Islanders world prompts me coach. Graham were fired at the time I came on the phone. I mean grim behalf totally gone. He slapped his European bird. Yeah barely got to be on when you talk about amazing clubs on the abyss. Boy is I think Berkeley has to be in terms of the champions and people have come out there one of the best amateur clubs in Great Britain surely not to seeing this 'em of spot of the world may was German Thought is the hardest bond about hot spot all over the world. The NEZ is unbelievable so at the moment they got the two McCormack's tumor Comex Home French Sarah's passing mock Dickinson and many of them.

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"lewis richardson" Discussed on Ringside Toe2Toe Boxing Podcast

Ringside Toe2Toe Boxing Podcast

12:58 min | 11 months ago

"lewis richardson" Discussed on Ringside Toe2Toe Boxing Podcast

"He signed a one fight. Dale figure I heard was about seven million Jesse fall gas the mooted opponents Jesse Buzzer says that pointing name. Yeah that's that's that's what I think. We've all gases a welterweight really but he seems to have decided that he will suffice superwelter. So I'm a bit surprised at Market Garcia wants to stay at welterweight because Spencer's brilliant. But you look at all about what you look like. Super Wealth is now down to welterweight impose a lot executive signings cash Faruk. Great sign is. He is absolutely fantastic. He really is like news. leaper Panton reportedly McGregor right. Yeah I'm in theory one before though he didn't win the lawsuit but I thought I I worked out and I thought you were in the final. I appointed up but it was a hard fight. I thought you one and a lot of people there thought you won. The judge didn't so it goes but East Berlin watch for each. It doesn't look strong. Be Super strongly any slips punches clever and I think that I think that's one of their best signings recently. I really do well. It's good it's always good to see to see a domestic fighter picked up because that are incredibly important and if I watch it talented like he is an an I can sell tickets hits. It's you've got to keep all if you're not spoiling avenue in particularly different parts off of the UK went been up to Scotland for a good while for for excluded from Scotland. Brennan News and Talk. Chanel is on those things in the Josh. Taylor is having a bit of resurgence. Just Eighty McGregor ah the Faruk as well. It's bubbling exact. Because I was thinking. Edward trainer ski against Ricky Burns. and be thinking is the reason to get Scotland. Need another another fight. I'm thinking in my head. The Guy Date Josh data is of course easily favorite. UK fights jace. Absolutely in love with Jim Taylor who will tell you know. I mean. He's incredible. Who Will he has everything you want to talk was that he would fight Lewis Richardson? But I think talk of allows cooled a little bit because it is easier to With the greatest of respect to Louis or anyone else really he is to fight the would be viewed as big easy. Then the bond sees Mikey Kgosi. He's just how about what are we talking about. That's what we're talking about the absolutely tremendous. This brings has caught national into what we were going to move onto which is two thousand and nine thousand dollars. A year Favorite moments by favorite favorite fighters. And just Josh Taylor is the one that sticks out for me in terms of might fight next and what you really want to happen is for Jose Ramirez the victim postal for them to make that Grand Slam unification in which would be. It'd be amazing to British fighter in in in one of those and I was asked for my dream this for next year. Actually just recently and I was saying VAT plus plus fury while during a rematch and Joshua fury as to what they would be extraordinary but back to two thousand nineteen. It's has been good. Yea He's been a really interesting year personal highlights of think you're always going to be weighted towards fights. You're actually at so so for me. The the to Joshua release fights. It's were extraordinarily for different reasons. But they were they remaining but I I did absolutely love that fight between program Taylor at the ot or thought that was incredible. Incredible fight you know to to brilliant fighters just gave us a pretty extraordinary spectacle what stands out for what's nuns used Isa fully agree. The number one top three fights la progress against Taylor was there ringside is incredible and just the the hardness shady termination. Asian no-one crumble in winter points. Incredible Josh Sailor incredibly surprised me. I just saw an absolute in next level now with Ramirez Ramirez super flights so I would find C. Taylor where previously I thought Romney was GONNA go through. After what I saw with. Programs and progresses ninety is incredible absolutely so oh probably in terms of real fight that was a highlight of two thousand nine hundred and which I wanna add something in two thousand eighteen with nineteen with incredible year. Now thinking about it going to happen in three hundred twenty eight just like landscape is crazy although Norway to you know it's not it's not if you know. Yeah that's what I'm saying what are you. It won't human we lose. We'll champions regain some uneven that now I think now people fighting each other not always just for the sake of fighting with us being a long time coming I feel just. It's almost pride coming back into the sport logo and it's always at the highest. That was always many but we had like one of the fights ringside was for me was the calmer I e Stephen World know them to show they didn't they say away from each other and it was not cut. It wasn't meant to be a war. It was just absolute Connie's blood everywhere. It was just unbelievable. It wasn't and Stephen Walk. We've never would. Steve was like me never going to be in a war and he was in it and he come through the other end. You know when you got the wind and I thought that the you're the guy actually one but you got the win and technical decisions and that was great but I was also I was also at the at the Taylor. I knew it was gonNA be great fight. I thought it could not be a great only work. That was that Scottish grit that Taylor has I thought might get him into trouble advice. I thought you have to be really disciplined and I think actually she that bit of component. Yeah I think that helped him. I think but if the program thought I could even buying program he thought that he would be more she felt Hebrew the capitol. Yeah Joe Josh Taylor. And he wasn't he just spent without this anyway. You WanNa. I'm pro be it was up to up to it Brad. It why I believe. The new guys sat like twenty rows back on the crowd but overall me. We didn't know what was winning. It's appropriate dot the wrong though. That's the thing with that myself with progress farther together and he goes to me the Kim fight I mean I could have sworn by because Kayaker in I'm really wanted to by the way. Yeah Yeah but that. That's what he said that that guy can fight an upset. Would you bring yours. He's beating myself. That's what you said to me but sometimes you to close the other two films and you think like some trains trains too closely. Their kids never do nothing wrong. And the other guys. Victory over critical all get caught is is a major issue so I think the judges in the world trainers in the corner for actually within the fight moves times and parents damn clue they. I mean they have the sports but when they're when you're when you're emotions involved how can they not be possible. They should be of course but I but I thought it was. Even everything was was has pulled so you never agree with any of the skull. I thought I was more one seventeen. Twelve or whatever you want. I was more to him but Romi didn't know who when they saw us coax felt like Taylor one. Maybe but I trying to let me see if you guys do that but it was a great occasion. I didn't didn't get the job thing was fantastic. Watch on TV but I think it was one of the things you have to be there. Yeah I mean that's generally the way he's the you know the super series final to win the best. I wasn't getting Chipper Jones if you not up close to it. WOOBOX CPA series delivered delivered again and and actually if they highlight night for me just because it was is just just so mental was marriage breeders against Kristof. Tiaa in the semi final and they claim recovery not in the Arena Rica. It was rammed out. Everybody going absolutely crazy and then the fight was just ridiculous. He put him down with an elbow then the rabbit heels all of a sudden as well well in the is actually they actually won their belief. You know yeah it's been this is GonNa go to lobby for that the WPRO convention. In Japan I basically agree to it but that was just one of those occasions where you just looking around thinking. This is insane a committee levels. Yeah Yeah it's just unfolding around you and it's a kind of thing that's basically impossible to explain to people in other sports. How that can it happen and then it okay? Corrected later but at the time this is what is happening and there were so many things about it that were that were wrong. But you just don't know log will be we call the gate. One thing you use. The British speaks his hand he had that hillocks animal again. That man going to drive through grew few cruiserweights in his time. So I thought soccer's final for the IBM I'd you believe bridge is GonNa go right through him. Fighting the fight he gave ewsweek man enough to say. Oh God you can't buy. He had really about hands really about every part work used to put them into the ice bucket. I still do say I still. I do think though I thought that. Even if he sees game losing always finds can up it one of those funds. I think that box walks not go to the next the next gate. You look at it out with twenty box tremendous but you could just use it almost work in June no making it work and making getting Wilcox Book I needed Bill Nichols Realms but you could see it and he does it all the time walks you don well over one hundred point. How game is hunter off? The thought he was unlucky consultation with Robinson also seen the fight back but he was going now. Today's Pitkin has much as I do than like I want to buy into win fell concert. Nick define. I thought he did enough to win a concert. I've watched the other day. Humphries Humphries game I know grinding down competitive carries it wasn't there was only one win but he really competitive. If shoney's will lose it goes straight to give you because he was supposed to make us overweight. W The heavyweight W at the end of May and it didn't and it didn't happen at the end not supposed to be able to call us Tom. And in the end default chazz witherspoon. It was supposed to be tyrone spong Kit the stall Tober it was. Oh so we still don't really know about hey may not aligned to subject we have over here this year as well or not. That's that's always going to be. A big highlight. Isn't it when you get someone like that. Come into this country because Joshua boxed outside the UK twice Tyson Fury. He's not boxed here. This is our stars the two mushroom cats in the UK this year and one was Taylor and the other one was Chango. Brilliant Campbell. Dr Issue Gloria Huntersville. That's beyond box if I didn't go to the real big job and I'm glad I went chango Campbell was fantastic in defeat support himself but also I. Is it like you and I had to go. Massively wanted to ingrate navy wrong. But it just wasn't enough like an and I think it was just was just. He's not a lightweight. Featherweight supervisor featherweight boxing lightly. Because he's too good for everyone else at feathered super-feather and it's almost unfair that he boxes his natural weight incredible so good. You must have been that good unique tolen- unique talent. But I wanted to come quickly to use it. I personally think we're he's hunter is so game and he gave private Kim nightmare his stopped by coli and he will be nightmare therefore anyone yet Joshua so rejoice yip use AAC outbox him and took him Johnson will try out grind them in their fight. You seek is huge. The moment did you see him when Monaco. He's pres massive and he feels very comfortable about hundred Tequila Rum. I think he will impose hundred two. Joe Commissioner. You can imagine so. He's a good like it can smell so you. twenty-five he looks shape six Six Sixteen one. Yeah oh seventeen. Clever what I'm saying so I think is going for. I mean I spoke to Alex critic and I said we're going to happen between us and wilder he goes. He will lay a pungent music. I'm telling you that now. And people saying new Balkan getting cold. You'll see what's going to happen. We'll be humiliation. I'm saying what about Tyson Fury. He goes.

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"lewis richardson" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

07:38 min | 1 year ago

"lewis richardson" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Quick question with Benita, ashtrays. I've got six thirty six inch box Benita planted about two years ago didn't do any pruning over the wintertime. They've all leafed out. Unfortunately, I've got a lot of low growing branches is it too late Trimble's lower branches to get a little bit of a better canopy going for. It would be better to go ahead and do it now than to wait. So you. For the rest of the year. So you're going to print it up now Benita ashes a smaller more compact ash than most the other varieties. It was came from a friend of mine Lewis Richardson over in Las Cruces, New Mexico, and the very first ones lined driveway. But it's not going to be as large an ashes like a fan Tech's fan west or those other bigger ones. So it's going to be a tree that pretty much maturity is about twenty by twenty. Okay. It tends to be a little bit lower wider more mushroom canopy with a nice rounded top on it. So you'll want to prune those branches up when they're young and kind of stay with keeping them up because the tendency for the tree is to grow a little lower, canopy great. Thank you very much Bye-bye. Next up. We've got Wayne in Phoenix. Good morning, Wayne. Good morning. How are you today? Great, sir. I've got a neighbor who's got yucca a banana, yucca? And they're offering me the opportunity to take some cuttings. But I don't know. Exactly what the right processes? I'm sure they're not as tolerant as prickly pear. So what is the proper way to take a cutting from yucca banana, yucca basically, kind of coming up multi from the ground. They want to split some of those off the side or. Yes. Okay. So just take a sharp knife. Or actually these easiest thing to do. It was probably a sharp shooter shovel, you know, one of the ones with the blade about four inches wide and eighteen inches long. Okay. Cut straight down if you can cut straight down separate off at the bottom and catch a little bit of route with it. The best. And then on the leaves on the portion, you take take most all the leaves off just clip them off all around the sides and just leave like half a dozen long mature leaves up on the top if you'd like even clip those in half, and then just transplant that cutting. But if you can cut it off the trunk and get a little roots done by the ground is going to be a lot easier and do a lot better. And this is really the perfect time of year to do it right now. Okay. One of the questions can I planted in the normal desert soil or does it have to be light first and then several transplanting after that? No. Does it plan it out in the ground? Is that what your goal was? Okay. So there's no reason you couldn't just take the cutting with that plant and just go ahead and put it in the ground. It's not going to want to stay real wet. It's easier to route into container because you can have better drainage as far as whether us per lighters sand or potting, so you can use all those things all work, but it's easier to control the drainage container. Get routed. So it may be easier for you to root it out in a container. Just get rooted as soon as it's rooted which should take about two months, then you could just transplant anywhere out in the soil. Okay. Because some of those I don't know if they're called canes or offsets, I'm not sure, but all the technical terms are but some of their trunks, if you will the mini chunks that are coming out of the ground or like three and four inches in diameter. That's fine. Okay. So I need a pretty big pot. Then not a real big because you're not going to get that much Rudolph it so one gallon pot or maybe maybe a two gallon pot. You're not going to get that much route. Okay. All right. But as long as you're getting some root, Wayne, you know, you don't have to even go into the pot. You can go into the ground. Okay. One. Last question. I've I've been trying to find some banana, yucca at the nurseries. The you guys carry those occasionally we normally would have them. What's happened with a lot of products here in the last year, or so it's just been so much commercial demand in large projects that they're not as. It's not one that's ever been a very big seller for us retail. A lot bigger plant and commercial projects in it isn't a residential basis. So it's not one that we're always trying to stock. There's a lot of other Yuccas that I personally like better, I think that fit better for for home design, but it's definitely a common. Well, us plant, but more so in commercial than residential. Okay. Thank you very much Bye-bye. Next. We have John John's out in Glendale. Good morning. John. Hey, john. How are you? I just got a comment for the Lake Mary code in earlier before your last show. She was talking about the problems at our snakes there a good way getting rhythm. Thanks. Going in or local pet stores around town, and you get some kinks. Make you won't have no more Rattlers. Will you know, John? I love king snakes. There's my favorite critters out there in all of nature and its king snakes. And actually why like even better gopher snakes. Go is. I think the most useful animal in our desert because it eats gophers anything these gophers rats is a friend of mine. Snake hill week? The bad parts we had a pharma Pacino valley. Right. And so we're watching the hawks hoping the hawks read and some of the gophers course Foxton get gophers because hawks throughout the daytime and gophers or at night Alsdorf you, but what am I watching the hawk do? He's going around for three days. Eating king snakes. Did I ever want to shoot a red Tele my life now? I didn't I didn't. But you're right. Read till I want to shoot. All in all it was eating was king snakes. I watched to meet three and three days, and it's like, oh, man. Just fly away. Leave our farm along because we had a few rattlesnakes there. But not many we had a lot of king snakes. But he was sending them out pretty fast. Right, right. John have a nice weekend. Thanks for the point. Or I don't know that you can buy the California. King snakes depends stores here. Yeah. You can get them care. Here. Local seen them around town. Yes. Well, that's fantastic. And you know, they are one of the most wonderful animals for everyone to know. I mean, it's a black and white king snake and sake you see here. It's black and white and your yards not poisonous and very docile. Me that they really do and the gopher snakes. I mean, that's the tricky part with the big O for snakes here is that, you know, the coloration is so much like our diamond diamondback rattlesnake, and they even try to mimic with the way they rattle the tail so it's really important for people before they would ever kill Kate or move a snake to kind of learn what they are exactly. It's tough for us because we have a lot of people that moved here from all over the world where snakes are bigger concern as far as life and death, especially in more jungle kinds of environments, and they're so deathly afraid of snakes, but the education on snakes and the benefits they bring is is one we all need to share because they sure do a lot of good environment. Yes. Yes. They do. Thanks, john. Appreciate the heads up. And I didn't know there available. But there that's a great idea. Thanks, brian. Thank you Bye-bye. Oh, let's see. We got to take a short break while we're gone. We've got a couple of lines open the number to call six zero two two seven seven five eight two seven rice and Brian here with the Whitfield regarding show on ninety two point three FM KTAR twin thousand bucks KTAR, call for cats. You have to do is text the word cash to four one one nine two three and listen next week to win one thousand dollars on Arizona's morning.

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"lewis richardson" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"lewis richardson" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Please. Now. Live report rock men with the new. All right, Christopher what do you have over there, sir? Just a few things to get to recapping some earlier news raiders GM. Reggie McKenzie talk some scouts today inform them that he was fired in Rappaport. The first to have that he was given the chance to stay the season not expected to do. So. And it's expected coming the minute the minute. He traded Khalil Mack is the minute. He he was done. And we all knew it. I mean gruden's been pulling the strings being tired time guys got one hundred million dollar contract. I will say this though for Reggie McKenzie to pull off these deals for Khalil Mack and Amari Cooper. He got the best price. He could man. You didn't get hoodwinked. Yeah. He had a bare cupboard and a base moved three first round pick, and it will be to gruden's Boone in who whomever he chooses. I'm what you know what I'm thinking. I'm just totally spitballing. I'm wondering what his relationship with Louis Riddick was. I don't they probably didn't cross paths very much 'cause Lewis Richardson studio, right? I'm just wondering how much he might have crossed paths with him. Was he on the Monday night team? That would go to the games. I remember don't know just throwing it out just connecting some Bristol ties. That's all I've no idea. I'm sure he's got somebody that hung out with them at the fired football coaches association for all these years in mind. I'm just really excited for the Joe flacco era in Oakland next year. I think Joe flacco winds up in Jacksonville, by the way, he's not gonna be somewhere. It's not going to be. Damore? As you heard in our one, and I gave it the checkmark and on overreaction Monday. The Mark Jackson. That's it. And he's making throws to now. And he's getting better and kudos to Harbaugh and Morty morning wagon that staff to totally remake their offense..

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"lewis richardson" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"lewis richardson" Discussed on TechStuff

"So ships could actually listen as they approach land and they heard bells. They knew they were coming up on shoals and they could. They could alter their course before running aground. And then. In around one thousand nine hundred sixteen. It was an early passive sonar system will explain what that means in a minute, but they were using strings of microphones towed by ships, which is again something that dates up to the president and a different form, but by nine hundred eighteen and of course thinking back on it, that's World War One, right? The British and American scientists have developed an an active sonar system. That was a big concern at the time because of course the German u boats patrolling and it was some scary stuff. Yeah, actually, it was. It was very intimidating weapon. Definitely me. There had been some. Sorry, I keep cutting please submarines before that, but sure that the German u boats in World War One where a very effective way of. Taking control of the Atlantic Ocean shipping between the continent. So is sonar was something that they were very rapidly trying to work out? Exactly. And it's funny because well, not funny, but it's it's interesting to me that really the the event that kind of started all this off wasn't World War One because by then they were pretty far into it, but they did have an interest. Yes, yes. To talk about talk about how this really started off. You really gotta look back to a certain event happened in one thousand nine hundred. Twelve. Really. What was that event? Well, there was a little boat that happened to sink. Oh yes. That That little little boat. boat. Yeah, don't let go. Hart will go on the Titanic disaster. I tagged assessor nineteen twelve following that. That's when we saw the first patent for underwater echo ranging. So that was that was where the first patent was filed, and it was filed at the British patent office. By Lewis Richardson who was meteorologist and he, he had come up with this idea of creating a way to locate objects underwater using sound you would you would fire sound out. You would measure the sound that comes back and through that you would figure out what was there a, how far away it was, whether it was moving or not. I mean, these were all the concepts. Now back in nineteen twelve. They didn't really have a way of achieving this. He patented the idea, but it wasn't until like Chris at around nine hundred eighteen that we started to really see accelerated development because then you had a wartime use for it, and it was really important to find a way to detect those submarines. View boats icebergs were were obviously concerned, especially in the North Sea and that. You know, as as is in the case of many cliches, there is an element of truth in it. The tip of the iceberg really is the smallest right part. And so much of it is under water and you can't tell without some kind of device. And I think that's earliest earliest sonar or the earliest echo location devices were not very precise. In fact, they were so imprecise that they could tell you that there was an iceberg, but could not tell you where spurt was you You might. might know that there's an iceberg somewhere within a two mile radius of your ship does not entirely helpful, although I guess it tells you to keep an eye out so that you you don't see it just before you hit it, you know, to keep an eye out for for icebergs. By by the time World War Two came around, that's when the early sonar was really led by the British. They made the biggest advances in sonar technology. They didn't call it sonar. They call it as a FDIC and the was actually a code it was. It was so that the people outside of the top secret development would know what the scientists were working on. Right? So people say, well, what does as dick stand for? Well, it kind of stands for keep your nose out of it Mr.. So it wasn't really until World War that the United States actually outpaced the British in this technology and and that's when you know the term sonar started to pop up and that eventually became the defacto term for.

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"lewis richardson" Discussed on The Guardian Books Podcast

The Guardian Books Podcast

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"lewis richardson" Discussed on The Guardian Books Podcast

"That and we've managed to get in the last few decades and there's a whole other story of kind of computation that got us that but we've got the weather forecast out to seven to ten days of reasonable accuracy and it looks like that's going to shrink again and so it feels that we've passed through this kind of horizon of maximum computational predictability and that we yeah we're gonna need other ways other ways to think that and the question is for where do we find those other ways of thinking and one of the onset of that is always to go back into the past to look these the possible other routes that computational thinking could have taken along the way to look at these stories of how we first started building computers the decisions that were made then that locked into this one particular pass that possibly could have been could have been done differently and so particularly as well to talk about you know the military history of computation if you understand the developments computers was largely a military operation and therefore one of its highest qualities was secrecy these computers were developed under conditions of time secrecy to my mind sort of infected them from the outside the gives them gave them this kind of shadowy quality gave him a this kind of need to know quality that you don't need to think about what since i this box you don't really need to know how even wanted escape the military and became public it belonged to this kind of specialist secret demane of knowledge which again feels like it's so tainted source and we've never managed quite kind of pol the operations of computation that now run the world out from underneath this kind of veil of secrecy under which they began is there an old history of computing a time when the pulse could have diverged that you think would have shown more promise would have ended us in a better situation yeah i mean the two things which i think is super interesting actually one of which is the the period in the nineteen fifties and sixties which is the kind of the period of of cybernetics in particularly kind of weird which is cited medics people like stafford beer who proposed using biological systems really interesting you head this whole project to run factory with a pond using kind of bacteria and plants inside and then he ended up carrying and developing the cyber soon project to attempt to run a country and that will kind of went hopefully but the but it was definitely kind of tend to conception of yeah of how you could apply computations particularly the humans role in all the rest of the world's in it right it wasn't a an idea of computation that was to replace the world with this data model of itself the cybernetic view always kind of encompass the world and included it in that dialogue which is i'm super keenan and i also just like let's go back to lewis richardson when he created his his mouth matico proposal for how we could coke the weather computers didn't exist in fact he writes about computers in his book he means people because in those days computers what people they were just people who did the maths and.

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"lewis richardson" Discussed on The Guardian Books Podcast

The Guardian Books Podcast

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"lewis richardson" Discussed on The Guardian Books Podcast

"We need what was the distinction there yes so the book i talk about you know the the problem is while we talk about her how tech in fact we everyday life there's also this identity okay well everyone needs lunch program everyone is lent coat and it's that's not gonna work for us either right we can't all be involved on that kind of deep knowledge level but we need better ways of thinking and talking about it can everyone can engage in i mean the example i given the book is plumbing which is that we all really really need summing it's fundamental to to everybody's lives and yet you shouldn't need to be a plumber to know either when there's something wrong with the system all when like you know something needs to be to have a fundamental understanding of its importance of structural importance but you need to have an idea of how it works you need this kind of metaphorical understanding of these systems and that's that's what i mean by by literacy because also you know once you have that literacy you can apply more widely i my own background is in pure soy and so i have this somewhat more technical understanding of it but use that technical understanding to think about other things you know so i use it to think about legal systems they use it to think about systems of citizenship and density these kind of questions because actually systemic literacy is not limited to computer systems computer systems are really good way of learning to think critically about all kinds of other systems and that's what i mean the beginning of the book i talk about this thing of asking what is that technologies is here to teach us the slightly dangerous and physician of technology going on there i really interest in this question of why we built the internet for example what it's four because that's completely up for grabs right noone noone built it intentionally no one still knows what it's really for and so it's still all their i i to kind of explore if we can actually come up with some more interesting creative answers to that we might be able to do more in different things and this kind of slightly grim dog future talk about in the book doesn't have to be the future but it certainly a lot more of us being posit discussion about what it's for unusually i think for for writing about technology spend as much time examining the past as as the president potential futures what can tales of early weather forecasting of the first nuclear reactors of ibm's any computer what can they tell us about today yeah i mean i find these histories to be totally fascinating and it's i don't think it's a it's weird that again that technology has this kind of weird special to the stuff because it's not unusual and other disciplines to turn unpack them by talking about the history and where they come from but we don't do this very often with technology so this this history is starting to be whitten i think more and more so for example it's it's key to being able to understand why these technologies like how weather forecasting works example and also how computational thinking works by looking at how how we develop weather forecasting which was you know the idea of primarily of some could lewis richardson who is meteorologist the beginning of the twentieth century who was the first person to gather enough data of a single days weather conditions and use that to extrapolate from sue mathematical coke relations what the weather might be twenty four hours later and it's amazing story because we which was absolutely fascinating person who's a quaker and pacifist and so during the first world war he was a stretcherbearers on the western front and he did this forecast while kind of taking breaks from from the trenches and it took him several months to actually coke late one days whether ford but the technique works this technique which has became absolutely key to this computational done in the world which was to break the world down into into a grid of squares and sample the pressure in the temperature and then do the maths on them to kind of advance by twenty four hours and so when you understand that you understand how we can treat the world is something that's kind of model model and computer bill but also the kind of inherent chaos of doing so the world will say never quite matches up to.

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"lewis richardson" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"lewis richardson" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Schools the vice chancellor lewis richardson said oxford was evolving fast but perhaps to slow the to meet public expectations the american novelist philip roth has died he was eighty five his book american pastoral won the pulitzer prize for fiction roth fan success with his first collection of short stories goodbye columbus which was published in nineteen fifty nine but it was ten years later that he gained huge notoriety and became a household name as nick hi explains for ralph started at a shocking and rather subversive in nineteen sixty nine his novel portnoy's complaint scandalized middle america it was a monologue supposedly delivered to his psychoanalyst by lustridden mother addicted young jewish bachelor he went on to write novels that were often playful and surprising in one the narrator wakes to find he's been transformed into a giant breast in another the young jewish diarist anne frank who perished in the holocaust is apparently find living under an assumed name in america but later books like american pastoral the human stain and the plot against america added up to a complex fictional history of the united states he finished as a grand old man of american letters north korea has agreed to let a team of journalists from the south to watch the dismantling of its main nuclear test site pyongyang had earlier refused them visas throwing into down south korea's participation in an event the north korean leader kim jong had promised to make public the south korean president moon jaein is in washington i'm trying to salvage a summit between president trump and mr kim planned for next month the government has agreed to set a target in future for the amount of water that should be used by individual householders the environment agency which will work with ministers on the plan is warning that parts of the uk could face serious water shortages within decades unless demand is reduced wasted cut and supply is increased more details my environment analyst roger harrabin water companies lose three billion liters of water each day through leakage the agency says that's almost enough to fulfill.

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"lewis richardson" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"lewis richardson" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Right idea stepping up by don but he can't try curl and drag he makes the play by intercepting the pass unfortunately gives it back to them scoring chance the other end so little bit more diligence we will see lose control on some of these picked up passes to get a transition game boy and that's a huge difference makers vladimir civil in behind his own goal now plays out one over to joel edmonson they launched ahead for yash no icy behind the net ronca comes out puts it into the corner then barbara sheds kicks it away asking knocked down in the coyote bouncer to their defense murphy up the near side here's strom clearing it out the max domi on the left wing rifles it through to the near side and a loser there edmonson up the asking he goes in off is a bad call my friend that is a bad call oh my goodness that's tough new blues you're going to have to face the icing certainly but can tell you right now there is one of those deals that outnumbered situation in one of those things where you had everybody heading into the net to knows what could've happened once they got there seeing the replay on that on the other side over here curves clearly showed it wasn't offsite either but the pass was so long linesmen wasn't able to get all the way the line tarasenko skates back into the offensive zone coyotes we'll get back to the line edmonson kept it in here's shorts grows it towards the net that's blocked by helmet lewis richardson and a clear to center art knuckle bump it down into the corner going after the cousin ghanem gradual moves it before the check and it's hsien onto the right side tarasenko he's got the red line then he fumbles it has dump it in louisville back on the line change then forty two to go in the first zero zero to score tears fisher into the neutral zone and other talented young rookie is the kids down into the corner roles in behind the net of lose come away with it this one's bounced up the nearside thorburn will clear the coyotes line air zona ponds it right back into the blues in for the.

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"lewis richardson" Discussed on Foreverland

Foreverland

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"lewis richardson" Discussed on Foreverland

"Oh man hear that saudi go in and clear out the pantry exactly what what makes you burst into tears with some in is again is no negotiation volved purse right into tears i would say like other people being excited about something like the voice or american iowa when they win i get really really cry because it's like i know they worked so hard to get to that point and that means so much to them yeah and i'm like man you work so hard to do that and then i start crying now you went recently to the golden globes and that was because obviously you both you and your girlfriend hayley lewis richardson you don't know who she is she was in columbus and she was amazing shots other great movies but if you haven't seen columbus look it up sweaty i'll tell you i s lewis which was lou whose losers look it up sweaty better abbreviated in name okay so hilly's hilas amazing you went there with haley and and not too bad just so they on sweetheart x louis what did it feel like being there it was it was it was there having us in the air was was with everybody just talking about what's going on in the business and an obviously don't wanna bring too many politics into it but what did what was it like to be there oh well you see uh there's obviously have is having us in the air because of the times up movement but at the same time i do think there is there was a lot of positively i think that the licht the parties in such everyone's is there to have fun i had eight glasses of wine i never drink fat much everybody had any glasses of wine i lost track blacked out and i didn't but i did have a glass of wine and then i ended up in hospital knighted.

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"lewis richardson" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"lewis richardson" Discussed on Filmspotting

"Click on lists and there is a bricks link there basically the criteria here not a mainstream movie not a highly publicized movie did necessarily play in two thousand theaters it's made by a new or new to us filmmaker shows a clear directory you'll vision artistic ambition and we had to recommend it at least one of us had recommended on the show and the winner selected by us knee josh but also michael ways in the whole film spotting family gets to weigh in on the golden brick award including tussia and her cohosts over at the next picture show matt nelson from sb you as well listener vote does count so you have an important function to served by going to phone spotting dot net in picking which one of these movies should be this year's flooding golden brek we heard about the first option here in part one of this show tushar you had briggs we bear at number or four on your top10 list is a debut film from director dave macarry it was cowritten by and starring sirnat lives kyle mooney an yes it does star what i hear a very good mark hamill i believe it i believe it involves kidnapping brainwashing i'm very eager to see at one that i missed at sunday us if you don't will kidnap and brainwashing until you sell right you see it columbus is another film spotting golden brick nominee beautifully shot debut film from video sas koga not a starring john show in hayley lewis richardson and that's all will say about columbus for right now lady macbeth just recommended by me on the show recently a bleak in bloodied debut film from british director william oldroyd with a great lead performance from florence pugh lobbied vincent is one i recommended on that same show this is the stunningly animated story of vincent van gogh's final days codirected by dorota kobe yellow and hugh welshman and i'm guessing this last one isn't going to get adams awaited vote that's unfortunate raw we did talk about it earlier on this show michael has it at number eight for 2017 i have it at number four the debut cannibal comedy what's.

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"lewis richardson" Discussed on We Paid To See This

We Paid To See This

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"lewis richardson" Discussed on We Paid To See This

"Yes he's sitting there and he tells us crazy tale and then these guys behind in south american guys behind him started laughing and he's like there are laughing about something else i just love that scene when amy schumer is flooding with the british guy and he goes he locked off shot sharing sweet moments in he says to her your tits out and she goes you're you're tickets tits out learn it no seriously you're breast is actually and who was once a cheer at that i expected it to be not in anywhere near my top whatever didn't even write it down but yeah i saw a massage output inger against western heeb one that on again shocked that you have mentioned is the little hours with brie plaza yes yes it was up and down it was really funny who fucking talk to us fuck ecu it's up to this tournament shit shit or we have an omega they do the whole they'd make fun of the which at the end funny she put like all the blood out a like drinking blood when is the last time i've had to say that red army sentencing surikov you which here it's funny is very funny what does she got i put down columbus that movie about columbus ohio the architecture with john show in hayley lewis richardson and i wish you could for him who's lynn sing right now why didn't even see it you don't even know nothing about it because i've walked past a moment gift shop before.

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"lewis richardson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"lewis richardson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The most interesting thing that you can say about prior richardson his decision he had before casting factory in this the very visual architectural kind of imagine royal ow the whole filled with computers but not computers in our marks run a finger computers being people narrow arranged inro's an middle as the kind of forecast a lot to conduct driven orchestra so everyone in row huzzah summed perform they do that arithmetic they pass onto the next person it's a processing and this was this was lewis richardson's idea for forecasting factory which is not actually too dissimilar to this big swoop supercomputers of today really and whilst he was on one of at the trenches he wants to put in practice his ideas for making one of these numerical weather forecast and he looked back to some of the data is being collected by the norwegian scoop ibm kness and he picked data thing which was a twenty five may nineteen ten and he sat down on his own and he wanted to perform the task of the entire forecasting factory himself and he had a go and it didn't work out but it was a really really interesting experiment well it to a couple of decades and another war to put the theories of bear witness and richardson into practice the first big test came at the end of the second world war when the allies were planning to land on the beaches of normandy in france this is the baby the other is the first of all of them revived on that the day has come under the command of general eisenhower allied naval forces the bordered by a strong el forces began landing allied armies this morning on the northern coast the from the detail landings on the bbc pc gives what road at the weather forecast playing this important militry operation will the day day operation was.

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"lewis richardson" Discussed on About to Review

About to Review

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"lewis richardson" Discussed on About to Review

"This is not going to play it your big r or big amc theaters yeah this is going to play in the small art house theater a couple of miles away so i think because of that the audience who generally goes to india films and those smaller theaters this will be right of yet around yet this will hit for them and those things that you mentioned which are valid i think with the core audience for the film ordinary there's gonna roll with it so uh the the focus on dialogue also was interesting because it reminded me of some of kevin smith films where there were long scenes or does just them talking again the cameras nafta driving rains yeah and it leaves the hottest is going so that was really cool ammos big fan of that good performances were genuine 'snow home the performances were all i think genuine and authentic even if some of them are not as develop it felt very much like this is the conversation i would have with a girl i went to high school with or like a growl edge grad at the library like i didn't feel like a nothing without forced or any my valika did feel natural i just like you said i didn't feel like anything was as developed as i would have liked it neca yeah i mean that so that one is going to be again none asserted tough to see it will be on video on demand soon the blu ray hits i think a couple of months um but yeah so to the iranian for columbus directed by kogan outta starring john show had hayley lewis richardson aaron what do you give columbus i'm gonna give it a bad only because like i said i personally didn't feel very connected to the foul him but i feel like this is like you said for a very a choice audience this will land so i know that like i will be one of few editor no could have been the mindset that i was out when i watched in but i personally didn't feel very connected to the film i enjoyed the characters without the script was well written i enjoyed the performances given by it but there's i wanted more from it and i felt like i could have gotten more from the relationship between the characters especially because it ends with parker finally meeting her and driving her to her future.

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"lewis richardson" Discussed on We Paid To See This

We Paid To See This

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"lewis richardson" Discussed on We Paid To See This

"He died kogo nada and he is a film essayist in what he does is he makes these little short films about famous directors and kind of stirs some narration over son of them but some of these videos are really short like two minutes and he does a lot of work for sight and sound oh yeah yeah the amazing and criterion clutching a lot of his stuff are are on the criterion correction correct collection dvds is this where does this is this his first film this is his first feature that you're going to have bowled seventy yeah go from critic to putting yourself under the right microscopes or whatever why why that's kind of important is because it to understand where he's coming from when he's making this movie called columbus but let's see it just it stars a against people john shows in it here from hailed and kumar and hayley lewis richardson from she's the best friend and aged seventeen i know we've been talking to see that all of their film judges also sulu in the new star trek's michelle forbes who i mostly know from sees she said in a bunch of stuff but i must say no from season to a true blood she's beca but she was also in a movie with brad pitt and david to coventy and juliette lewis in that called california with a k yeah yeah she know it wasn't cocktail it wasn't it called california occasion or is that the asia i saw that are seen with a grave in someone's grave and the rain right it was weirdly natural born killers the aca because she was in it to an because juliette lewis was in it but yeah it's like michelle forbes into coventy play this married couple and they pick up brad pitt and juliette lewis and they're kind of crazy red there's always yes so as michelle forbes sort of in her sixties now she 50s if these conner but she's good she's usually get everything and parker posey who i love only going to love love land rory kalkin.

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"lewis richardson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:53 min | 3 years ago

"lewis richardson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Perhaps smart go far enjoy the ride this is fresh air our next guest after john show navy best known for playing harold in the herald and kumar stone or comedy films or for his role in the recent reboot of the star trek films playing sulu the role originated by george decay now joe stars in the film columbus which premium at the sundance film festival earlier this year he plays jin whose estranged from his father a scholar in architecture just before the father is supposed to give a talk and columbus indiana he has a stroke and falls into a coma guinness call to columbus from seoul south korea to be at his father's side and once there he feels obligated to stay jindi friends casey a young woman interested in architecture case he wants to leave columbus to steady architecture but feels that her mother a recovering addict meet here to stay john show spoke with fresh air producer annemarie bolden otto they started with a scene from columbus gin and casey played by hayley lewis richardson are discussing jin's dad who remains in a coma in hospital do you think he's got a chance to recover even if it's just an attempt to go back to seoul i hope not why truth is if i were in korea or be expected to be their wedding died to express sorrow in the most dramatic fashion was this belief that if you're not there when a family member dies and not adequately going sport or wrong aslan become a kick a goals or smith i didn't believe in it still be expected of me john shall welcome to fresh air thank you for having me so that scene in particular you can feel the character struggling with what the right thing to do is what it's like to be a dutiful son and what's great about this movie for you for people followed your career is that you get to do something that i don't feel like we see new you do before serve get deep like this was that difficult was it sort of hard tip third deal with these issues of family an obligation i think particularly immigrant children have to deal with this clash of cultures what's expected from their parents from this culture.

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