35 Burst results for "Martha's Vineyard"

Fox News Political Commentator Jesse Watters on His Book 'How I Saved the World'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:29 min | Last month

Fox News Political Commentator Jesse Watters on His Book 'How I Saved the World'

"Let's get into look. It's called how i saved the world. How did you save the world. Jesse waters tell us. I saved myself i because anybody that knows me needed. I needed saving. And this was after about twenty years at fox news starting in the basement. And now i get to sit next to dana. Perino and greg gut garfield both of whom were any tiny people incredibly tiny now by the way. You're not working. You're not looking at the camera. I know you're new to this. I want you to look at the camera. Because i want people to see your happy handsome face. Are you look area. Say much better now jesse. Seriously year on the five year with juan williams. I got on a big rhubarb with one once on On one of the fox shows but keep going sorry rhubarb. Why i have to hear about this. Show i so i got to a place in my life where i just wanted to tell these crazy stories about being fox and going on these adventures to these liberal bastions of just insanity san francisco nude beaches and martha's vineyard and i wanted to tell these tales about ambushing bad judges and confronting celebrities and interviewing college students on the beaches and quizzing them about american history. And so i thought this was a great time to share it during in nineteen. I had nothing else to do except write this

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COVID Cases Spike on Martha’s Vineyard Following President Obama’s Birthday Bash

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:28 sec | Last month

COVID Cases Spike on Martha’s Vineyard Following President Obama’s Birthday Bash

"How about. Martha's vineyard year about the hospitals. There apparently packed with kovin patients. But she couple weeks after what happened in martha's vineyard. Oh yeah barack obama's big birthday bash with everybody massless in there dancing and busted a move with barack obama yeah but come on and covert patients in the hospital aren't as important is keeping barack obama. Happy he's hip and he's cool and he had to have his birthday party.

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A Chat with Former La Cosa Nostra Mobster, Bobby Luisi

Gangland Wire

02:30 min | Last month

A Chat with Former La Cosa Nostra Mobster, Bobby Luisi

"Bob as you know. We've talked a little bit. That i was in law enforcement and i worked to mob in kansas city. We had our own coast. Knows your family. The savelli family next valley had been the boss since god says before fifty seven he was at the app alaskan meeting in one thousand nine hundred fifty seven with a real old timer who brought him there to introducing so we were kinda subservient to chicago. And you're on the other side during those days. Especially when i was working this in the seventies and early eighties so all the way up to really to the start of the nineties so i find it fascinating talk with you guys but i tell me a little bit about your time with the boston family. How did you first get involved with that. While i grew up in the north enemies foshan and then that lately in boston. That was headquarters for the mob. Debbie the koneohe on that was made guy. Scott does bosses whatever it was always around us and influenced us at the age of eleven. I went to work for the gangsters. They have vending machine number roll. Bending and i was eleven years old as the wife the school and go out with the guys and load the cigarette machines. Embalming she's of money and savage. We used to go out and while the machines and was eleven twelve years old. It was a fifty dollars a week and everything was great. And you don't even realize. I'm only a kid. I mean the jewel family really owned the company never was around them. Jerry was the boss boss brain on the raymond patriarca. But i was around all the rest of the wise guys so my father in an early you know i guess as early twenties. Hope up with these old. My father was always involved with them and i up around him rubber wrong koppel's and may guys and they're great guys and i think maybe the age of sixteen seventeen. The other side of my family were all out of this. I really enjoyed that. So i kinda sway away from that. And i wanted to go into the construction business and i did that for awhile up on my thirties but i still had a little evolving on the street knowledge. Yeah so now. I was building homes on. Martha's vineyard very popular place. Everybody knows about a mother's venue. Yeah in the late eighties. The market crash and i lost my house on the second houses down for o.'hare developing and i lost everything. I lost my gondola house in boston. I lost everything from positive. So i came back with two kids and no money. That's i hit the streets early nine thousand nine hundred ninety nine thousand nine hundred after the

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Martha’s Vineyard Has 63 Covid Cases After Barack Obama Birthday Party

The Larry Elder Show

01:07 min | Last month

Martha’s Vineyard Has 63 Covid Cases After Barack Obama Birthday Party

"This is an exclusive from the daily mail at least sixty three people. On martha's vineyard have tested positive for cova nineteen. Since barack obama's mask lewis sixtieth th birthday bash the most cases on the island since april according to the daily mail a total of sixty three people martha's vineyard have tested positive for cocaine. Nineteen since obama's birthday bash. The spiking cases is more than any week since april on martha's vineyard health officials note. It's still too early to know whether the hundreds of guests and workers at the massless parties have contributed to the surging cases at this time. We're not aware of any cases connected to the obama party at his very healthy agent. Imports of health spokes person told the daily mail. It's a little too early. And the only way we're going to know is to comprehensive contact tracing Yeah that's not gonna happen not with the not with the obamas not with vitamin in the white house. that simply isn't going to happen But apparently i guess they weren't as sophisticated as they

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Apparently, If You're Unvaccinated, You WILL Get Sick

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:33 min | Last month

Apparently, If You're Unvaccinated, You WILL Get Sick

"I think dr voucher held a briefing over the weekend that the virus does not touch sophisticated. Democrats the virus only gets floridians. The ruben that like ron disentis. That's been the virus touches. Actually said that on cnn. I know that'll shock you. That it was cnn or new york times reporter her name. Is annie something. But i think her name to be karen karen carney. We're going to call. her name. is annie kearney. She's a reporter. She's actually the white house correspondent. She's a very big deal at the new york times and she did some reporting. She's he didn't some journalism journalism along. Martha's vineyard you see because it seems a little strange. I want to ask my progressive friends. You're so worried about masks and mandates and forcing teachers to get vaccinated hired somebody on the radio this morning. Driving into work say well of course the teachers need to be vaccinated if they don't get vaccinated they're going to get sick with cova so now we're being told that if you're unvaccinated you will get sick. You will get sick. It's a foregone conclusion. I didn't know that that was news to me. I guess that was more important. Non misinformation non-vaccinated teachers are going to get covert unless perhaps your sophisticated.

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Barack Obama Celebrates 60th Birthday After Reducing Guest List Due to COVID

Bloomberg Wall Street Week

00:22 sec | Last month

Barack Obama Celebrates 60th Birthday After Reducing Guest List Due to COVID

"And Beyonce reportedly are still on the list for a birthday bash at the Obama's $12 million home on Martha's Vineyard. In Massachusetts. Concerns over Covid and the spreading Delta variant has led to the trimming of the guests. List for this weekend 60th birthday bash for former President Barack Obama. Names that were on the list included TV icons Larry David, David Letterman and Conan O'Brien.

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"martha vineyard" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

04:42 min | Last month

"martha vineyard" Discussed on Radio Boston

"Who live close to the shoreline. And you know. I think it's time to start thinking about. How does how do we naturalized our coast as well. So that were getting people in the development out of harm's way or in some cases having nature help protect and make our areas more resilient on the coast where we live and work tom different. There's a lot of trade offs because you can't just define that term for us a little bit. What do you mean by naturalizing the coast. Yeah i mean. I think it's thinking about how are salt marshes our beaches in areas that right now provide protect in buffers from storm surge minimize wave action in flooding or are just by nature right. They're not developed in so they're not like they can handle it. He'll respond to change. That's what they've done now. It's what they're sort of evolved to to deal with as systems whereas you know seawall when it breaks. You've got a repair it. You have to renew it. If it's a house it gets damaged. You know you have to repair it. In some cases the house could fall into the sea right Roads need to be rebuilt. And so you know the more natural coastline. You have resilient it is just by nature that it can respond in heal itself. So are there ways that we can. You know incorporate and think about nature based solutions which is a term you may or may not have heard about which is using nature as part of the part of your infrastructure and ways to help buffer the impacts of coastal change so. I want to pick up another thread. You mentioned you talked about people having to move right move. Physical buildings houses relocate one of the solutions. You talk about is that but you also say that there's a really small amount of remaining land on martha's vineyard and nantucket that are available for development. So where do people move to. And how do we solve for that problem. Yeah that van will be. That will be a challenge. For sure is to start thinking about. What are the relocation possibilities at the same time thinking about. How do we make more resilient areas. I mean i've talked about coastal corridors. That these are the areas where they are going to be impacted navy through tidal flooding or storms storm events that are.

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"martha vineyard" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

05:06 min | Last month

"martha vineyard" Discussed on Radio Boston

"The has just two of the findings from this year's state of the coast report by the nonprofit trustees of reservations the largest private coastal landowner in massachusetts. This year's report details the climate crisis with a focus on predominantly nantucket and martha's vineyard and not to oversimplify but the report basically says things are bad and the solutions are limited joining us now. Tom o'shea managing director of resources. And planning for the trustees of reservations. And one of the report's authors. Tom welcome to radio boston. Thank you very much. Thanks for having me so tom. Is that a fair summary. Things are bad and the solutions are limited. Well the solution certainly get limited if we don't act within the next five ten twenty years because by twenty fifty exponential change in sea level rise and storm surge. So i think this is the time to think about what we can do. And what our options are because they certainly will become more limited. I would say that right now. Things in terms of being bad we've seen in our already witnessing impacts right whether it's just the the weather patterns the fires that we've seen and heard about floods but we're seeing on the coast of fragile coast is has been changing significantly just in the last five five years and even the last few decades so this is only going to continue so the bad gets worse right in so i think we really have the time now to make a difference so tom we are coordinating with you on the fly. I know you're down in the area and we've got sort of a limited cell service down there. Do i had wanted to ask you to read a short passage from the report. Do you have that passage with you. I do okay great. So i'm just going to set it up for our listeners. I i'm going to ask you to read. Read a passage from page. Twenty four of the report the introduction to the section undeveloped coastlines. And i asked for it because i feel like it offers kind of a microcosm of of the drumbeat of the report. Go ahead and read it. Exhilarating forces of melting ice warming oceans and higher sees may not impact us as gradually as once thought in some areas. Today's flood zones are forecast to be tomorrow's high tide zones threatening road access to harbors hospitals airports in downtown commercial areas fishing vessels and ferries providing vital connections to and from the mainland in between island. Outpost nee face inundated and or storm damage docks. Utility and communication infrastructure may be damaged or interrupted in residents who rely on..

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Obama Curtails 60th Birthday Bash Amid Delta Variant Surge

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last month

Obama Curtails 60th Birthday Bash Amid Delta Variant Surge

"Barack Obama is scaling back a birthday bash this weekend due to the coronavirus search the former president turned sixty today and we'll celebrate with a party at his Martha's vineyard home this weekend Obama was criticized after published reports said he'd invited hundreds of celebrities politicos and others his office says the outdoor bash was planned months ago with the virus safeguards in place including asking guests to show a negative Kobe test result but given the delta variants spread the Obamas are downsizing and will now have only family and close friends at the party Sager AMAG ani Washington

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The Obamas Are Throwing a Party, Ignoring Democrat COVID Policies

Mark Levin

01:57 min | Last month

The Obamas Are Throwing a Party, Ignoring Democrat COVID Policies

"So here they're having this massive event the Obama's are going to have to spend Maybe millions. In their $15 million mansion. White supremacy has been very, very bad for them. Very bad. Went in this before, and I remember being attacked was hilarious by the goofballs in the media. You know, Martha's Vineyard is like it's like an island called, you know, It's like Vermont. There's there's like 12 black people. They're not gonna mark you don't understand. Off season, there's actually 4% and Give me a break. Obama never has parties in Newark and Camden and And and so forth. No, no, no, no. He hangs out where the white supremacists are. That's where his mansions are. The white supremacists are Much like LeBron. Anyway. All that aside. I'm talking their talk. You see the race stuff. Ladies and gentlemen, we're being told This is what I mean about how you can't take these. Educational Well, these medical fascist, seriously talk to your own doctor. Your doctor doesn't have Anything to do with politics or publicity or anything. Your doctor just works hard as a doctor, talk to your own doctor. Your doctor knows your medical background. Your doctor knows what's good for you. Ask your doctor. If you want a second opinion, ask somebody else is that But you don't listen to this crap from pus, AKI and Biden and Fauci. What does Fauci no. Not a lot, apparently. Anyway. So what about this thing that Obama is going there? It's like the Democrats leaving Texas and then spreading their virus Hall over Washington, D. C. It's okay. The righteous Other Democrats

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Conservatives Should Focus Exclusively on the Hypocrisy of Obamas, Liberals

The Dan Bongino Show

01:46 min | Last month

Conservatives Should Focus Exclusively on the Hypocrisy of Obamas, Liberals

"So Obama's having this big birthday bash in Martha's Vineyard we see this weekend who is a Muriel Bowser, liberal mayor of Washington, D. C. Officiated. The wedding was out there No masks and stuff like that. But now we know that we Gretchen Whitmer has done this Gavin Newsom all the Libs. Who else was a Cuomo? We saw no mask and stuff like that. Now, here's the Here's the kind of the conundrum. The quandary I find myself in. The dilemma. I don't want them to wear masks. And I don't want Obama to cancel his party. And unlike Democrats, like I'm not a hypocritical weirdo fraud. I don't want them to. So here's the problem at here and with conservative news outlets to I would encourage you to think that the really seriously think this one through We should point out their hypocrisy. But we should also take a stand. Why we're pointing out the hypocrisy that What they're doing isn't wrong. It's just hypocritical. Jim is that makes sense because we're putting ourselves in a box then, like in a really bad box, because what I want to say is Obama who is a hypocrites been a hypocrites. A total fraud. I don't want to say like Obama should cancel the party. That he's having in his $12 million. You know, mansion. He said it for the little guy, folks. Income inequality champion right there. We're gonna fight income inequality where you could give away portion of your mansion of the equity in there. He won't do that. But if we start coming out against this kind of stuff, right, and we say no, Obama should cancel it. And Muriel Bowser's should wear Miss. We're feeding into the the craziness. And then, like liberals are trying to go look well. Conservatives are for masks, and they don't believe we should go on and live our lives, so we're in a real spot.

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Fox News Commentator Jesse Watters Talks About His Latest Book

Mark Levin

01:54 min | 2 months ago

Fox News Commentator Jesse Watters Talks About His Latest Book

"This is a fantastic book. I'll tell you why, and then you can tell us about it. It's a real mix of humor, Uh, self deprecation. And yet patriotism and substance and so forth. I mean, It's not easy to write a book like that. So how did you come to do this? Well, I got to a place in my life and career where I had the time to do it, and I've gone through a divorce and had moved a few times and I finally figured out how to balance waters World in the five And I just wanted to reflect on all these great stories. I had just waiting to be unloaded. I had liberal parents who I guess wanted me to build character. So they sent me to the survival camps in the summer. You know, Here's a book of matches in the knife. See you in a month. And then you know, So that got me thinking about global warming. And and then I got out of college and thought I wanted to make money. And it turns out you have a have to have a basic grasp of arithmetic to handle millions of dollars of other people's money, got fired from a few gigs and wound up The basement of Fox News and heard there was a shot on the factor. I got a job there, and Bill unleashed me on the country and used to send me all over the place, and I've just observed Liberals in their natural habitats. You know, I've seen them in the wild and San Francisco and the nude beaches of Martha's Vineyard, and I know them Now I've studied the species and I understand their insecurities and how they project those insecurities onto the country in order to control other people. And sue their own anxieties and stay relevant, and that's kind of where we are today with that, so I tried to tell that story in a funny way. And, you know, people hate me. They're going to like the book because they say, I have the most punishable face and TV. And if you love me, you're going to like the book because you know what I do. And I think I just want to make people

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White House Warns Companies to Act Now on Ransomware Defenses

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:37 sec | 3 months ago

White House Warns Companies to Act Now on Ransomware Defenses

"White house warns businesses to ramp up their security following more cyber attacks week alone. Ransomware attack disrupted ferry services to the islands of martha's vineyard and nantucket another another cyberattack linked to group in russia force the world's largest producer to shut down nine. Us processing plants which account for a quarter of the us beef supply. The company says it was. Plants are now back up and running. In as far as the price of meat goes experts. Say it may go up. The short term but this latest attack will not have a long-term effect on the us supply functions charles once

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White House Warns Companies to Act Now on Ransomware Defenses

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:37 sec | 3 months ago

White House Warns Companies to Act Now on Ransomware Defenses

"White house warns businesses to ramp up their security following more cyber attacks week alone. Ransomware attack disrupted ferry services to the islands of martha's vineyard and nantucket another another cyberattack linked to group in russia force the world's largest producer to shut down nine. Us processing plants which account for a quarter of the us beef supply. The company says it was. Plants are now back up and running. In as far as the price of meat goes experts. Say it may go up. The short term but this latest attack will not have a long-term effect on the us supply functions charles once

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"martha vineyard" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

01:43 min | 3 months ago

"martha vineyard" Discussed on WBUR

"Martha's Vineyard residents are fully vaccinated against Covid 19. Those communities have the highest percentage of fully vaccinated residents in the state. Cape Cod is next with 62% vaccinated. Followed by Norfolk and Middlesex County's. In both those counties, 56% of residents are fully vaccinated. Officials from the state's highest court are asking law firms throughout Massachusetts to use the pandemic as an opportunity to permanently rethink how their lawyers work day to day. The Supreme Judicial Courts Standing Committee on Lawyer wellbeing helps lawyers, judges and law students cope with challenges and stress from their jobs. In a report out today, the committee argues the move to remote work shows that law firms do not always need to prioritize in person operations. And that flexible work schedules increase equity in the workplace. The number of people going into cardiac arrest at home increased 35% during the pandemic, largely because people were hesitant to get emergency care. That's the finding of a new study by the MIT Sloan School of Management. Chris son is an MIT postdoctoral fellow and one of the study authors. At the same time, we also saw that increased rate of hospital refusals after calling, so we were kind of getting this double whammy in terms of patients not seeking care. He says. In some cases, patients would suffer cardiac arrest days or weeks after they initially refused hospital treatment. It is 77 degrees in Boston. Some showers and thunderstorms likely today. This is W B. You are we are funded by you, our listeners and by Angie committed to helping homeowners find and hire local pros for a variety of home.

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Ferry Service to Martha's Vineyard Targeted by Ransomware Attack

AP 24 Hour News

00:10 sec | 3 months ago

Ferry Service to Martha's Vineyard Targeted by Ransomware Attack

"A compromise. Very service between Martha's Vineyard and the Massachusetts mainland was slowed this morning by a ransomware attack. The fairy authority says 90 team is

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Ransomware Attack Hits Ferry to Cape Cod, Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard

All Things Considered

00:53 sec | 3 months ago

Ransomware Attack Hits Ferry to Cape Cod, Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard

"Attack has hit the primary ferry service that runs from Cape Cod to the islands of Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket. Website and reservation system are down as Jeanette Barnes of member Station C. AI reports. It's unclear how long the service will take to recover. The steamship Authority says the attacks started early Wednesday. Fairies are running, but passengers who are often traveling from afar have to buy tickets in person. Annamarie Gavin of Burlington, Vermont, says she noticed something was wrong when she tried to confirm her departure time. So is on. I will the log in as of seven a.m. this morning. And I wish I could have checked my very time because I ended up being a little late. A Steamship Authority official declined to say whether the attacker has demanded money. The authorities said on Twitter that vehicle reservations will be honored. That's likely to be a source of worry for customers who have to book months in advance.

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"martha vineyard" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

08:03 min | 4 months ago

"martha vineyard" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard. There's a lot of very rich people who really don't want to see wind farms. So, Yeah, we're going to see more offshore wind farms over the next next 10 years or so, But I think America will still lag places like the United the United Kingdom, Germany, and so on for for having them. And very funny. Thank you for the update more from Andrew in Hong Kong later, let's talk about a side effect of the pandemic here on news day at the changing priorities of many people sort of in work around the world is Major economies start to ease their way out of the pandemic. There's predictions from economists that there's going to be a big wave of resignations, which is going to hit employers in the developed world. This is because people are so seriously considering rearranging their priorities after the experience of Working under lockdown. Dr. Anthony Klotz has been looking at this. He's a professor of management at Texas A and M University. Hey, studies, particularly workplace, exits the dues and don't of resignation and quitting your job. He told us about the reasons for what he thinks is going to happen. There are a large number of individuals who had 2020 been a normal year would have resigned for any number of normal reasons, but because of the uncertainty caused by the pandemic because of the trouble to the world economy as a result of that there weren't as many resignations in 2020 is so we've got this backlog of resignations. Also, there's a lot of evidence that people have been doing thinking during the pandemic in terms of how their life is going, and I've had some epiphanies. And you decided they want to make some changes their life, and this could involve deciding to leave the workforce and stay home with family to start a business to pursue a hobby. Perhaps retire early, finally is you have this gradual return to the office beginning in a lot of countries around the world, and many people would prefer to continue working remotely and not go back to their daily commute. Is this not just a luxury for the wealthy? Because here in the UK that there's a there's too many articles, I'm reading about rich people selling their houses and going and becoming farmers in the country, and it's beginning to annoy me. But if you're just a regular guy or girl Do people actually have that much flexibility toe actually reorganize their their life that their work life pattern in that way? Well, let's be honest, Many people do not. But the pandemic has now been going on for what 14 months or longer in a lot of places, and that has given individuals time to rearrange their lives to some extent, and in a lot of cases that may mean cutting back on expenses, simplifying Realizing they don't need the things that they thought they needed. So I would agree with you that by and large Cem privilege goes along with some of these decisions to exit the workforce. There are a lot of average people trying to find ways to make it work. And I think the time that we've had in the pandemic has given us an opportunity to be clever and figure out how we might do that. So what is the best way to leave? It depends on why you're leaving. Of course, if you're leaving to go work for a competitor of your current organization. That's a difficult situation and you have to be prepared for the organization not to respond positively. But with a lot of these pandemic resignations, we're talking about people leaving for life changes and organizations tend to be more understanding of that. And so it's in your best interest to resign positively by showing gratitude toward the organization for what it has done for you whether you necessarily agree with that or not, and it's interesting. The organizations have the upper hand because they do in almost every situation. Until you decide to quit. And so that's why it's sometimes tempting to burn bridges on the way out or have a negative resignation. But in general resisting the temptation is probably good. It's not only a temptation, it's a fantasy, I think I I've stuck it to my bosses so many times in my head. I feel a coward for not doing it. Have you ever resigned badly? Do you speak from experience? So the reason I started when I entered academia, studying this topic is because I had a couple of bad resignations, and I won't say that they were bridge burning resignations, But they were resignations where I gave too much notice. Probably trying to be a good person. But when you're in a leadership position, just managing a few employees And you put in a lot of notice. What happens is your employees quit listening to you the day that you resign, and so then, when you have a month of still trying to manage them, it's not an ideal situation, and everything gets awkward in that notice. Period for everyone. The thoughts of Antony quotes professor of management Texas A and M University If you're at all interested in my Relationship with my boss is I love my boss on actually, the one that I most wanted to stick it to. He just resigned Fact you're fooling No. One Lawrence. No one lets talk about climate change and how it could threaten, you know, in a very serious no. Now the lively, lively hoods of millions of Kenyan tea workers. That's according to a new report. Militarily Christian aid. Kenya is the world's largest exporter of black tea. Rising temperatures, though, and falling rain fall could have a devastating effect on the industry. Julius Bhatia is a policy and advocacy officer for Power Shift Africa a climate activists in Nairobi. Julius, Tell us how serious this is. Thank you very much for having me this morning and this is a serious challenge right now. I mean, you're looking at the greatest exporter off T particular also to the UK and you're looking at the reality of climate change rising in temperatures, you sated and erratic rainfall, So we're looking at therefore reality Well, the country is said to slash its to see a slashing its optimal conditions found in the highlands for the production by a quarter. That's 26.2%. 2020 and at the same time you're looking at medium level tea growing regions predicted to decrease their production by 39%. And what this would mean. Therefore, is that 600 over 600,000 smallholder farmers in the country and over 50% to growing regions will not be doing the a normal tea production that has immense consequences for the economy of Kenya just to put it that way. Suddenly that's pretty serious, isn't it? So we need to change and for many industries and environments around the world, we need to see a change. When it comes to global warming. Can anything happen on the ground? It would make a difference in Kenya right now. Yes, there's so much that can happen in the ground. But the reality of the matter is that governance needs to be strengthened. We need to put in place policy frameworks and institutions that actually get to look at the challenge at Hunt and this is not just a Kenyan responsibility just to say because we share a global climate and interconnectedness of this problem is that if we don't produce team Canada, the UK colleagues will not have tea to take. So we have to reduce our emissions and global level but at the same time provide financing to be growing farmers. And provide research and resources that allow them to look at the problem at the call at the root within clear governance structures that allows us to deliver solutions for for this challenge on how how key is this for the Kenyan economy? So again, as I say again, an economy relies on T T itself is is actually contributes 20% about 20% off the Kenyan crop production exports, so you're looking at the economy of Kenyon said. To reduce if tea growing is going to be cut by over 50% by 2050, and that means that we're losing jobs. That means that the local population is never going to have anything to depend on in the next few years. So you actually needed now we hear you loud and clear, Julius. Thank you for joining us. Julie Smith. Remember Tia Policy Advisor. The Power shift Africa. This is news day. Thing. Distribution of the BBC World Service in the U. S. Has made possible by American public media producer and distributor of award winning public radio content..

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Offshore Wind Project Off Martha’s Vineyard Nears Approval

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:20 sec | 7 months ago

Offshore Wind Project Off Martha’s Vineyard Nears Approval

"Setting up with the Biden administration hopes will be a model for a sharp increase in offshore wind energy development along the East Coast. The vineyard. Wind projects south of Martha's Vineyard near Cape Cod would create 800 megawatts of electricity enough to power 400,000 homes in New England. That's your money. Now we check your money, a 2050 past each other

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"martha vineyard" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

03:33 min | 7 months ago

"martha vineyard" Discussed on Radio Boston

"Eighty-nine nine weintraub says the trail tells a story of people who refuse to accept limitations white society and posed on them five generations ago when those properties were quiet that was a tremendous achievement against the time in us history when that was not an easy thing to do for those people that was shown that the fifth generation now standing on these were heroes. These were people who achieved against all the odds. And i think that's the story. That's what makes the vineyard different wild on the vineyard paris went on a driving tour of the island's african american heritage trail with leader josef this little skits along the way she learned about black homeowners like dancer. Emma boxer emma maitland writer. Dorothy west and others afterward. Paris sat down with joseph to learn more. About how leading the tours has made her a steward of martha vineyard's black history. Martha's vineyards black history. Joseph began by talking about the scherer cottage which was the first in on the island that welcomed african americans as other places refused them. The first time i went there had goosebumps. Because i did the tour a couple times with elaine. I couldn't believe that this had been here. The whole time ahead lived here. And i knew nothing about it so i decided that i'm going to study and i'm gonna i'm gonna put on the best or ever i'm gonna you know. Just make it relaxed enough. So that people are absorbing what has happened here because so much has happened. Here that have looking at the world was it was different because i'm from haiti and we have a different culture coming here. So.

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"martha vineyard" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

04:31 min | 7 months ago

"martha vineyard" Discussed on Radio Boston

"Finally today we're going to revisit a trip that radio boston's paris austin took to martha's vineyard as paris puts it growing up. She and her family knew of. Martha's vineyard is the black hamptons a place where the obamas oprah other prominent black people vacationed. She tells us more about her connection to the island. I grew up in north carolina. A long way for martha's vineyard and before i came here what i knew about the island is that it was a haven for african americans. I'd seen jaws but the movies that really struck home for me. We're charles burnett's the wedding and mattie riches the inkwell georgetown. I.

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"martha vineyard" Discussed on America Adapts the Climate Change Podcast

America Adapts the Climate Change Podcast

02:09 min | 11 months ago

"martha vineyard" Discussed on America Adapts the Climate Change Podcast

"I oversee our coastal program our coastal team and then helping to lead our coastal strategy which is a new strategy for the trustees. This is the final episode. And i'm going to give a shoutout in another place to. But i've worked very closely with christine. Blatant of the trustees. Could you just give a little. Bit of background christine. She's been incredibly helpful. She showed i mean all. These episodes only happened because of our help. So who who's christine. Yeah we couldn't do it without christine. Christina czar coastal communications manager. Who's been developing in mobilizing our coastal strategy communication plan. And she's been co project lead on this grant with me in super talented really great to have christine our project partner. Yes absolutely instrumental in recruiting is not easy getting all these Remotely so thank you christine. So the trustees coastal vision. Why is it important for land conservation organization. Our vision is really thinking about the future of our coast. We have often thought about when we protect places that once protected we care for them. And we know how to do that. Well but in this case the coast is really looking at accelerating change and that's primarily from sea level rise and storm surge for many many of our properties. Our vision is really about what role can. The trustees play more. Broadly across the massachusetts coast using our properties as examples of how we're responding to coastal change in many ways this cesium grant that supporting our work in this podcast is way to share that model in what we're doing that can be transferable to other coastal land owners communities across the coast. And that's what we see as part of our vision is that we have you know we are making more resiliency across our coast. Were providing better options for the future in for next generation to have a coast that they can enjoy that is protected especially in places that are at risk of flooding and erosion and storm impact. So this is the time. It's a pivotal moment in time. You know we see that in the next thirty years. We can make some changes in respond but after thirty years i mean these changes.

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Garden Destinations For Your Summer Holidays

Plantrama

04:02 min | 11 months ago

Garden Destinations For Your Summer Holidays

"On our main segment today. I thought that we should talk about. Dreaming, for a time when things get back to normal or dreaming for a time when we can travel or perhaps frankly planning for a way to travel in the coming spring and summer even if this pandemic is with us. And, that said, I wanted to talk about planning a garden trip. You know. We're certainly likely to be cooped up this winter and imagining where you might go in the spring of the summer can be a way to. Look forward and plan for something for Happier Times whether it's a shorter cartridge that you're able to make or a longer trip. You know there are many garden destinations around. Yeah. You gotTa have something to look forward to somebody someday somewhere one said that to have a garden is to believe in the future you don't plan to see if you don't think it's going to come up and I think that holds true for this. You know so many. Of US have been sheltering in place staying home and the idea of planning a trip. Even if you don't get to make it, it's fun to plan. It's fun to think about it to go online and look at the photos and look forward to what you're going to be able to see in person and the other thing that's possible about planning a garden vacation is there are so many different gardens in all parts of the country that you. Could drive to. You don't have to get on a plane, some of these gardens which are smaller not as well known as say, The New York Botanical Garden or Longwood deserve your attention. I have a couple of small gardens. I wanted to mention today that depending on where you live, you could just get in the car and have a family outing and spend some outdoor safe time in a beautiful place. Yeah. One of the first things that I. Would do is to go to our our old friend Google and type in public garden near me. You will be amazed at what comes up because there are all kinds of smaller public gardens within a couple hours drive of a metropolitan area. Then you type in those words, public gardens near Boston or public gardens near Milwaukee or whatever, and you'll be surprised at the number of destinations that you can find that way and some of these smaller gardens are. Are so wonderful because they are undiscovered gems so they're not. GOING TO BE CROWDED THEY'RE NOT GONNA be touristy. They have first analogies because they're born of a specific vision or they were created out of an old state. I often find them more engaging and fascinating than some of the bigger public gardens I agree and oftentimes smaller ones started off as an individual's private garden. Many of them. For example, have that individual had a particular passion for a plant an example of that is the Pali Hill Botanic Garden on Martha's Vineyard. That started when Polly Hill in her fifties became interested in breeding plants to see what would grow on the vineyard that many people didn't realize what grow on the vineyard and she started breeding trees and shrubs and planting them, and now it is a garden that's open to the public I. Love that story another one that I love I don't know if you've ever been have you ever been to bedrock gardens in Lee. New Hampshire I haven't but I know the people who started it and yet it's a wonderful people and I've I've heard that it's a wonderful place I look forward to going.

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Briana Holt is the Queen of Muffins

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

06:41 min | 1 year ago

Briana Holt is the Queen of Muffins

"BRIANNA welcome to most street. Thank you so much. Maybe we should start with a description of where you work because it's an old gas station turned into coffee shop pastry. Destination. So so what does it look like and what is it like working at? Gas? Station. It's really beautiful. It's like a big white building. It's got that kind of awning out front like it was never actually gas station. It was actually a body shop they worked on brakes and shocks and cars they would lift him up inside that kind of thing. So it has that really beautiful sixties shape to it. You know it's kind of wide and lots of front window big windows in the front and a big awning out front into the parking lot. So there's a lot of room to hang out there the light streams in and it's basically a big open space that we built a kitchen. So you have this. Vote interesting view of baking. This is a quote from you. You're talking about a tray of biscuits. They referring to the biscuits do the thing that I've asked them to do already they're alive the little. Hands they pop up in the right way. The top looks right. They lean over just a little. That is the moment that keeps me doing it. So you have this personification of of baking goods as friends or or or people you like to spend time with is that right? Yeah, I think. So I mean I think it's. Like anything you do with someone else kind of like a transaction of sorts you know I'm trying to. Coax. Something out of the ingredients or the combination of ingredients in the oven or something like that I think. Yeah. especially with biscuits, it's easy to talk about that idea because every single little thing you do with your hands and your fingers results in that That top or that lien or the flake you know. So yeah, that's kind of how I think of it. I think I read somewhere that you have PTSD when it comes to muffins because you've made thousands of them is that true? Have you got onto some could've recovery clinic and our back into muffins again man it's tough. I would say I'm very very slowly gingerly tenderly coming back around to the MUFFIN. But yeah, when I was probably like twenty four. I went back to Martha's vineyard for a short time. I was in love with this guy this musician that lived there and I thought. If I leave my sort of post college what's coming next kind of life and I go back to Martha's Vineyard we're GONNA, fall in love and get married and lived together forever, and so I went back and I A worked at this. Pretty, crappy little sandwich up and. I Made Muffins at like five in the morning every morning. So many I mean I can't I don't even know how to talk about it. We would make the mixture in like. Huge vats and then store them in home. Depot. Buckets. Five. Gallon. Home Depot buckets in this dirty walk in and the place was owned by this crazy guy. Who has never really there he just kind of left it up to the teenagers in the twenty year olds and we would come in hung over and it'd be like five am and I'd be scooping like really crappy muffins out of these five gallon buckets. But. We had to make them. You know that was his recipe, the muffin mixture, and then you added blueberries are like Bananas Walnuts or whatever, and and there were huge. They were like the size of like a like a softball and we sold so many I can't even begin to tell you and I just never liked them thought the could be better, but it wasn't my job to change it and I just saw so many muffins it became this like Muffin nightmare so. Let's talk about your interesting way of combining ingredients. I remember last summer you did a chocolate cake with juniper in it or Pineapple and married Rosemary or apple with fed. So you have this herbal savory mix was something fruity or sweet you just end up doing this because. It's two in the morning and you just chance upon it spent. Months Thinking about these combinations in scientifically. Both I think all of the above Yes. Sometimes it just. I mean, it sounds silly and cliche but sometimes, it just POPs into my head. I think that probably happens with a lot of people out there the more that I eat and the more that I see food around in the world the more things there are kind of Ping Pong around in my brain and so if I'm thinking about making something, you know it's almost like just reaching into like a bucket of fish or something you know there's so much that I like and so much that I've seen 'em excited about that Sometimes. Something will just jump out to me or I kind of want to. Make something. That feels right for the season or something like that. That chocolate juniper cake was sort of like a fall winter wintertime You know that that the inception of that cake was like deep winter thinking about like richness and cold weather and sort of like this is gonna sound silly but like rich beautiful kind of medieval feasts you know and like what might be on the table and something kind of mellow but strong flavored It's also really beautiful juniper berries. Gorgeous. It's not really a barrier it's almost more like a pinecone. What we do at the bakeries roast to them, and they start to release their oils and they get this crazy fragrant smell fills the kitchen we try to do it. When it's not busy 'cause it is almost of weird crazy smell and people aren't necessarily sure if they like it but then you grind it up and we make ground toasted juniper and it so it just. It's really beautiful smell it's it's deep and Woodsy, but also floral, and it just seems to pair really nicely with chocolate and it's it's really good. It's almost like you bite into it and you're not exactly sure what it is.

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Tropical Storm Isaias kills at least 4

AP 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Tropical Storm Isaias kills at least 4

"Storm warnings are now posted from Watch Hill Road Island to Stonington main, including in tuck it and Martha's Vineyard Ista. Yes, has knocked out power to thousands of New England. After blasting its way across the Eastern seaboard. It spawned tornadoes and ocean City, New Jersey, where Madeleine Fisher grabbed a camera. I was a little bit fearful, but we are houses on stilts, so our house was kind of swaying in the winds, at least for US deaths are blamed on the damage from the storm. It's

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"martha vineyard" Discussed on America Adapts the Climate Change Podcast

America Adapts the Climate Change Podcast

07:00 min | 1 year ago

"martha vineyard" Discussed on America Adapts the Climate Change Podcast

"Implementation has to be done for instance the oversee NBA ical access at this point in time. It's still usable, but it's. It's becoming not usable in the near future, because there's been so much erosion and over wash of the area that you know during the big storm events, the waves command, and they basically leveled it now. It's transitioning into bird habitat. You always have to outweigh the cost benefit. Though se ramp generates steps the overseeing vehicle ramp at Norton Point West and now generates a tremendous amount of money for the trustees of the county, which then goes back into. Maintenance, and all those other types of things, it's a it's a revenue pot there, but it's now because of Seila. Moore is coastal erosion. They're losing that ramp in. It's transitioning more into a bird habitat. This is the second year in a row that they've actually had plovers I. Don't know if it's flavors turns. Who have tried to nest? They are I. Don't think that either one of those now were successful. You know it's always a balance between the cost natural processes habitat has a big lane. All of these types of things right now because of the. The endangered species being protected. You know if you if you have infrastructure on your property, you know houses and buildings, and all that type of thing than you know, you may be more apt to do a project because you have infrastructure that you need to protect. It's pretty natural out here. You know this really not much out there. Other than some gravel parking lot. Some walking trails those types of things, so you know it. It's GonNa. Be a delicate balance retreating. How much money gets put into these interventions versus just let things happen naturally over time. Going to the island a longtime. What's your sense? Of the broader community, about longer term you think about climate change about some adaptation actions that are going to happen. You feel like you're hearing any chatter among the people outside the you know. The Trustees workshop that people are concerned about this. Yeah, the town is definitely concerned. That nice fight about the vineyard. Is that other than along the harbour? Shorelines, natural does not a tremendous amount of development along shoreline, but they do. Have you know State Road that connects oak bluffs to Edgar town that has been threatened in the past. The town in the county have done a really really good job of. Doing beneficial reuse of dredged material to build be job. They've got a beautiful beach now. That runs all along Sylvia's state beach from oak bluffs down into editor town with a pump sand up there. We've even done some projects where we've trucked some sand Dan we've we've created beautiful dunes, and they have a really nice, fairly wide each along there, but it's been a project that spent on the works. For Twenty five or thirty years you know in the town definitely has concerned. The town became MVP municipal vulnerability preparedness town last year right now we're doing a vulnerability assessment of all of the town assets or the town looking at. What structures are in flood zones in the critical structures and flood zones and coming up with adaptations for them to get things out of the flood zone, especially looking at future, two, thousand, thirty, two, thousand, fifty, two, thousand, seventy in trying to help them plan for the future. So you know the town has great dredging and beach nourishment program. They've got about forty dredging and beach. Nourishment sized with actively dredged the navigation channels and they they put sand in all of the locations each year where they think that they need it the most in their active in there, the programs always growing and out I. do a lot of work with them on that program is very very proactive about. Trying to maintain their beaches for recreation in protection of upland, infrastructure and resources so I think that a lot of people were local homeowners on the island, also who have properties that are in the coastal zone and you know it seems like everybody in the town I mean people all across the island, but especially your tongue, because you know it's, it's. It's pretty densely developed water year round people there, and they do a really really good job of trying to maintain their beaches. What's next for you in any involvement with what the trustees are going to be doing? And what sort of came out of that workshop? So basically for the project that we were John we were hired to actually not necessarily come up with recommendations, but come up with options implementation so basically these are the different sites that we have you know using all of the existing data that you have including the coastal vulnerability assessment that would sold group did for the trustees last year. Can you tell us which sites the most vulnerable right now and based on that data and knowing which sites the most vulnerable? Can you tell us what type of options there are for providing protection to those areas whether at the some toast stabilisation using fiber rolls all Natural Beach Nourishment Dune Restoration beach grass, those types of things, so we looked at all twelve miles of coastline came up with the three areas that we thought were the most vulnerable over time that was waste. We Point Norton Point. Beach the barrier beach and the Norton Point over San Vehicle Ramp and then we provided a list of different types of alternatives that they could implement in any one of those locations that would help to sustain those locations you know, sustain the habitat and. We looked at a number of different ones. And then we came up with cost for each of those, so we didn't necessarily make recommendations. Hey, you should do this here, but we more said Hey. These are the things that you can do here in this is what the permiting process is going to be like. You know this is what the costs are going to be. This is how long it's potentially ask, so we gave them all the information that they needed to make educated decisions about whether or not they would move forward with one or two or however many one of these interventions that they saw fit. Do you have a favorite spot on Waste Beach you know? I every time I. Go out there. I'm totally amazed in I had said to Tom. OCE that. When we did the drive through so basically we came over the dike bridge on Chappaquiddick and we started that Leland Beach. We went all the way to the south in all the way around ways. Down along Morton Point Beach we came out at the other end Norton Foot beach at the West in the over. SAN, vehicle access to get back out onto the to the mainland in it. Honestly it has been a a bucket list item. I have been on the island working for twenty years, and I never ever had had the opportunity a lot of those years there was no access long squeeze in northern point and so. So.

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"martha vineyard" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"martha vineyard" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Where does Michelle Obama live white people are still running from blacks of immigrants the Obamas have two primary residence is one of them is an eight million dollar house in Kalorama Washington DC eighty three percent white only three point eight percent of the population the collar around the area is black so from home is Michelle Obama running if she moves into a eighty three percent white neighborhood where did she leave not for staff this false I realized it takes a brave and courageous soul like me to ask questions like this but she claims the white people still running from blacks and immigrants and yet she moves into an eighty three percent white neighborhood which you have to hassle from where did she come end the second home the Obamas have is on Martha's vineyard in the black population of Martha's vineyard three point three percent you know lives in Martha's vineyard all bunch up over laughter weighing Harvard an academic deep staters and that's a little bombers want to hang out with three point three percent black population Martha's vineyard three point eight percent black population were live in Washington so who's running away from whole who's running to hope now here is her husband Barack Hussein all this is yesterday Chicago again the Obama foundation Simon this what he said about won't miss and all that you can there is this sense sometimes.

"martha vineyard" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

05:57 min | 2 years ago

"martha vineyard" Discussed on KTRH

"Headline from the daily caller Tesla warns California customers gave a full charge ahead of rolling blackouts but that's not the story the story some electric vehicle owners in California are resorting to I don't know that I've done a lot cancel leave power as the state's power utility employs a roving blackouts to avoid potential wild fires use me for smiling here I know overall this is not a laughing matter but this is man made on white climate change California situation is contributed to by incompetent leftist politicians in experience know what all's who think they can manage everything that they've never managed in their line because they're smarter than everybody or they care more than anybody else he won Moscow warned is customer is today to be aware of the problems you think they're not think electric car owners don't know all the jam that they're in here where do you think they think the power comes from when they plug in to charge the corn stalk in the backyard no it comes from the power company and what's powering it fossil fuels namely evil dirty filthy black coal and you know where it's from China you know how much call we import from China did not not not our sole source obviously we have domestic supplies but we import a hell of a lot of coal from China there are power plants in Connecticut that are run by chai com coal may even be the name of the company try com call for all I know so Yvonne mosque is warning his orders of his test look vehicles to be aware of the problem of raving black out end of fully energize their vehicles instead of relying on a half hour energized for those of you in Rio Linda means charge two electric vehicle owners in the state say they're not taking any chances and they're going to rely on gasoline power to run their cars if they lose power okay as I say it's not a laughing matter but hell you can't help but be smog because this is a man made problem in cal contributed to problem in California now hello Bob I don't want it I did of setting the table in the previous half hour let me play if you found by the what she said there's a there's an accompanying story Michelle Obama's as a white people are still running from blacks and immigrants and she was in Chicago the Obama foundations summit and this is all what she said I can't make people not afraid of black people I don't know what's going on I can explain what's happening in your head but maybe if I show up every day is a human a good human maybe just maybe that work will pick away at the scabs of your discrimination we can't do it for them because they're broken their brokenness and how they see us is a reflection of their brokenness and you can't fix that woman was forced lately for eight years for crying out loud she was visible every day she was a nice person every day she was compassionate she was saw she showed up she was a good be human every day hair she is at the bomb a foundation summit I can't make people not afraid of black people I don't know what's going on I can't explain what's happening in your hand but maybe if I should where does Michelle Obama live white people are still running from blacks in immigrants the Obamas have two primary residence is one of them is an eight million dollar house in Kalorama Washington DC eighty three percent white only three point eight percent of the population the collar around the area is black Seoul from home is Michelle Obama running if she moves into a eighty three percent white neighborhood where did she leave not full staff this fox I realized it takes a brave and courageous soul like me to ask questions like this but she claims the white people are still running for blacks and immigrants and yet she moves into an eighty three percent white neighborhood which you have to ask what from where did she come end the second home the Obamas have is on Martha's vineyard in the black population of Martha's vineyard three point three percent you know lives in Martha's vineyard all bunch up over laughter weighing Harvard an academic deep staters and that's a little bombers want to hang out with three point three percent black population Martha's vineyard three point eight percent black population were live in Washington so who's running away from whole who's running tool hello now here is her husband Barack Hussein all this is yesterday Chicago again the Obama foundation Simon this what he said about walking us and all that you can there is.

"martha vineyard" Discussed on The Moth

The Moth

05:12 min | 2 years ago

"martha vineyard" Discussed on The Moth

"So the boats outside of us the coast on their way, all of a sudden, it's blowing sixty to seventy miles an hour. It's unbelievable. This is an unforecasted storm and we're in twenty season. Now, all of a sudden these two gigantic rogue waves. I'm talking. Waves three and a half stories. Big to thirty thirty five ways. We go up this wave come back down the second one hits us so hard. It tips the boat up ninety degrees. The rail goes under the water, and it seemed like the whole ocean came into the on deck at one time. We took on five to eight thousand gallons of water on that one wave and. I'm getting really nervous now. Everybody else. I said, okay. Don't lose your com that was really really bad. I know how bad it was everybody. Put your life jackets on everybody gets his a flashlight for everybody said if we gotta hit by another set of these ways, we're gonna roll the boat over and don't try to go over the sides. Keep your wits about you. Go over the stern stay together. Put your flashlights on hang onto the boat. It was mind blowing. How bad sees were that night the coast guard I saw boat on the horizon, finally. Coast guard. I had one more of those twenty five hundred foot parachute. Flares left has shot. It off went up lit the whole ocean up around us. Half an hour later, the coastguards outside of us saying with their little bull on we're gonna pull up alongside you. I said don't pull up long side, we have a wooden boat. You read the we're either going to smash into you, and sink or you're gonna smash into us, and we're going to take I think these guys are all from Ohio or Indiana. They'd been the coast guard academy in there now doing real time stuff and. They were they had forgotten booklets. I think that day so. So. They. They were so seasick they had all the deck lights on you could see him barking over both sides of the boat. And they were all so week. I was out on the front of this twenty eight foot boat in twenty five CS Holding on for dear life me. And I'm going I'm like a windshield wiper on the front deck back and forth. Waiting for them to get a rope over me. So I could hook it up. So they could get us undertow which took over an hour. I was so pissed off. And I couldn't even. I couldn't even stop start screams screaming. Because they wouldn't have done any good anyway. But they finally got a rope to us, and we're under tow we're in twenty foot seas. I mean, the ways are just coming totally over our boat. Which was pretty scary itself. We had no bilge pump. We had no electricity. What's what we couldn't even communicate with the boat? That was towing us. So it took twenty three hours for them to tell us back to. So all in all it was a thirty four hour. Tuna fishing trip. Finally, we got back nobody gave us shit about all the tuna fish. We had they their loved ones are on the dock. Everybody's getting hugs and tears. Everything is hunky Dory because we are live, and I attribute this to my elders. That gave me the advice that. And I'd like to pass this on to everyone in the audience that you have to respect the ocean the ocean great playground, but you have to respect it because it will kill you. And Charles Trie still goes fishing with me. He's he's by best client. Dennis sweet, he will fish with me. If I have to keys, which means you have to engines, so you get back on one. Child's all the trees stepdad will never step foot on another fishing boat. And that's my story. Who? Buddy vanderloop was native American. The wanna know all tribe of Quinta the owns and operates Tomahawk fishing charters, and is widely known for his ability to catch big fish. You can see photos of some of those big fish at our website. The moth dot that's it for this episode of the moth radio hour. We hope you'll join us next time. And that's the story from the moth. Your host this.

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"martha vineyard" Discussed on The Moth

The Moth

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"martha vineyard" Discussed on The Moth

"It was just a nightmare and ten minutes later, we had a major thunderstorm over us lightning all around the boat. The wind sped up to twenty five thirty miles an hour. It's getting dark and then the thunderstorms over. It's a little bit calm Caesar built up to forty eight feet. We're dead in the water in the slosh sideways. And it's. Just about dusk. It can just barely see the little piece of light where the horizon was and I saw a boat on the horizon. Well, I had brought to twenty five hundred foot parachute flares with me on this trip. This pot of my emergency kit. Anyway, so I shot one up and it lit up the whole ocean for a mile around us. It seemed the boats started turn all the boat turn toward us and twenty minutes later, the boat is. Pretty close to us two members of the boat a lobster boat came out on deck. And they said what's the problem? I said, well, we're broken down the batteries dead. We have no way to get back to Modesto could you? Please toast, us tobacco manipu- and the cap and says do you have any beer? Charles Latrice said, yes, we have a six pack of. Red stripe. Beer is the mate said, yum. Done. And. So they throw a light over we put the beard plastic bag pull the beer over throw line. We hook it up to the bow. And it's forty eight with sees blowing twenty five or thirty miles an hour. They start hauling up north toward Martha's Vineyard. Well, the wind is increasing all the time. It's blowing thirty five now Cesar almost ten feet tall waves crashing over the front of the boat. And all of a sudden the line parts while these guys up in the pilot house, so lobster boat, drink and Red Stripe. They kept on going there. There stern lights getting smaller and smaller. It's going down in the way. And finally, it's totally out of sight. They said oh my God. These guys don't even know that they dropped us drinking beer and having a blast in the wheelhouse. And here we are back in the slosh these ten foot waves now, and it's just I mean, it's critical. So they Finally I see the porna- Stephen light coming back to us a half an hour later. They there beside us again split forty to forty five miles an hour now, and it's really really getting nasty. I mean, scary nasty. They threw us align line, again, they told us for maybe a mile and the rope parts again, this time knew that they dropped us turned around and said, well, we can't help you anymore because the ropes too short. We don't have anything any thicker. So we're going to call the coastguard right now. And we'll stand by until they get here. So they call the coastguard. Here. We are blown fifty miles an hour. Now sees building fifteen eighteen feet. We're sideways in this stuff. And it's just the outrageous slamming into the mass, it's just horrible scene and Dennis sweet looks over at the other boat. They have deck lights on they have lights on the wheelhouse. He said, I gotta get outta here. I'm gonna go to that boat. I'm swimming. And I said Dennis how are you going to get on the boat when you get over there? And did you forget about the sharks? We just caught about an hour and a half ago and all the blood that's been pouring out of the scuppers this boat since we've been rolling here in the slop. So he aborted that idea pretty quickly. So. All of a sudden Charles his father has been seasick all day long. He's huddled in the back of the boat. He's got blankets over them. He hasn't moved one inch in five hours child says buddy, could you go over and nudge, my father lawn. See if he's still alive. So I went over gave them a little nuts. She grunted and he was in bad shape because he'd been dehydrated for now going on twelve hours, thirteen hours and. He was alive..

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"martha vineyard" Discussed on The Moth

The Moth

04:46 min | 2 years ago

"martha vineyard" Discussed on The Moth

"You're listening to a live moth event from the tabernacle in Oakland bluffs on the island of Martha's Vineyard in Massachusetts theme of the evening is fish out of water. Here's your host, Adam GOP, Nick. We have only been on our three day visa here on Martha's Vineyard for about twenty four hours, but already our next storyteller is familiar to me, he's such a legendary figure here. First thing I heard when I got off the ferry I was on the boat with buddy Vander hoop and people telling me stories about him. He's a genuinely remarkable figure, and he's going to tell us a wonderful story. And when I asked buddy, what's the one kind of person, you would banish from the beach. He looked at me and said anyone with clothes on. Would you welcome? Please buddy. Vanderhoek? Good evening. My name is captain, buddy. Vander who? A at Indian from gay head from they tribe of Quinta, and I had the occasion growing up talking to my elders who were seafaring men and women. I listened to stories for years and some of the advice that they gave me told me that the ocean. Is a playground. But you should always respect. The ocean because it can turn on you and harm you and even kill you. So just respect the ocean, which I have always done. It always kept this in the back of my mind. And one day. I had a tuna fish charter my boat was broken down and was being repaired. So a friend of mine lent me his boat, which was a thirty two foot wooden boat. The escort. Charles Trie, professor at Harvard. The head of the log apartment was one of my clients. Dennis sweet, another highfalutin lawyer from Mississippi was one of his colleagues and friends was there. Charles's father in law was there who is seventy eight years old and Jenin Clack decided to jump on the boat as my first mate that day. So we've put our lunches and stuff in the cooler got all the fishing gear on the boat headed out a miniature harbour as we rounded gay head. The wind was about ten to twenty miles an hour that day and Charles's father in law started getting seasick, but if you've ever been on the boat with Charles Trie, it doesn't matter once you leave the dock if you see sick or not you're going for the day. So we rounded gay headed down for the dumping ground, which is forty miles south day had of place that was made famous by Frank Mondays in his search and quest for great white sharks. And we were in search of yellowfin tuna. So we get down there. It was a little. Dumpy going down. But actually turned out to be quite a nice day. And we're having a great day of fishing, beautiful flat. Calm day and. We were this was late afternoon. We had thirteen fish on the vote. It was three thirty or four o'clock in the afternoon. We saw the other boats heading north going home. But we decided we'd be a little greedy because we're catching so many fish. We stuck around for another another round of fish and Charles into the biggest fish of the day about four thirty quarter five it was about one hundred and twenty pound yellowfin, and he was in the chair reeling. Amid all of a sudden, I look back and the fish is one hundred feet behind the boat. And he's got a three hundred fifty pound Mako charging it on the on the tuna fish isn't Charles real real real fishing, the Mako hit the fish took its whole belly out. I said get them in get him in. So he finally reeled him in got onto the boat. I gaff them pulled him over the rail got him on the boat only had damage to the undecided him. So most of the fish was still good. And..

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"martha vineyard" Discussed on The Moth

The Moth

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"martha vineyard" Discussed on The Moth

"And what happened in the weirdest times? I'd be walking down the street bright sunny day, and I'd be walking along. And then I'd smell something or see something, and it would flash back, and I just breakdown night start bawling and vauling so much. I scare myself. And then I start bawling some more. And then I'd scare this person who was just walking by some stranger and they'd come over. And they say are you? Okay. And I'd say, no. And then I'd run away. But then I had to be a parent when I back went back home. And the one morning we're getting ready for school and hardy has a tantrum something about socks don't fit writer, whatever something small, but it's a big tantrum. Something that age of three would be annoying. But the age of seventy thought he was going to grow up to be a horrible person. And I start yelling at him. And he starts yelling at me. And we're yelling, and then we get into the car, and we're still yelling. And then we get to the school, and we're still yelling. And I think I can't take them in like this. So I keep driving. Little while he notices and he says data where we going and I'm still so angry. I just can't speak. So I just keep driving. And then he asked gin data where we going. And I sense the fear in his voice, and I don't answer again, not because angry. But because I'm happy I'm happy about his fear tans over and I've got the control. And I just keep driving keeps asking me data where we going where we go in. And his voice gets scary. And then he starts to cry. And I keep going, and I can't answer them torturing my son. My my little boy, and I can't stop just keep driving and this goes on for miles. And then Finally I get to the task overlook. I almost throw up. I'm just sick to my stomach turn around. We drive home. We go inside. And we sit on the couch side-by-side, I'm polish ising and apologizing turns to me and he says data. Reason I had the tantrum I wasn't just thinking about that thing. I just started thinking about everything everything that can go wrong. I tell them I understand exactly what he means. The last part was radiation, Catherine had to go in every day to Mass General, so she moved to Boston friends gave her an apartment, and she stayed there. And we've stayed back home and held down the fort. The kids, and I we created a calendar. And we'd Mark off the days getting ready for that last day. Katherine said there was a bell bell in the in the reception room. And you get to ring it the last day for good luck my mind, I'd built that bell. It was like the liberty bell. I was going to bring the shit out of that. I was going to ring it, and I was gonna to bringing gonna keep bringing the orderlies we're going to have to come and take me away. And on the last day. We all went in. Me and the kids and my mom. Katherine sister. And we're treated like celebrities, given a tour of the place, and then we get down Catholic finishes her radiation. Puts back street clothes, and we all go walking over to the bail. It's a tiny Bill. It's about the size of my fist. Kathleen gets up there. And she brings the bail and hardy rings the veil and Pickering's the bail. But then wondering the Bill just seems kinda stupid doesn't seem like anything's going to change. I'm still scared as hell and bringing Bell's not going to change anything. So I failed back into the back. I just I just wanna go home. Two. That's what we do. Since that day caffeine is pet checkups every other month, and then the spring she got her six month cancer all clear that was something to celebrate..

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"martha vineyard" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"martha vineyard" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Wait to these two pipelines. Get online wait to more gets online. You know, what it's going to be prosperity for people that deserve it. And you know, these people that want to take that away from you just remember who they are this is a pipe dream. But this is how they think take it seriously. Okay. And remember, John Kerry we wanted wind-power. Let's it was going to affect his views off of what Nantucket island or Martha's Vineyard wherever it was right. Yeah. That was actually Kennedy, and I don't know where these people live of Nantucket, Martha's Vineyard. I, you know, whatever glad they're enjoying the good life. Look, I just go with the president's own statements today and the president earlier today. His house. Conservatives rightly blast this deal for all the right reasons and the president's saying, all lad, whatever I have to add to build the wall. That's it. He's telegraphing what are you gonna do? Now. People don't aren't smart enough to believe them. That's their problem. I believe he's going to do that. That's what I would say is likely to happen. Back to our phones. We've got let's see here. William and Oklahoma. What's up William? How are you? How you doing Sean good? What's happening? Okay. It Trump decides go to the emergency route. If he says say Monday at two o'clock, he's gonna declare nationally emergency. What he needs to do is have somebody on his behalf filed a petition in the fifth circuit courts, preventing him from doing that saying he does not have the authority to do it the fifth circuit will overturn it say, he does have the authority many as a ruling out of a district court saying that he does have the authority to do it. Because if he does somebody's gonna file it in the ninth circuit, and it's going to be held up for months. All right. That sounds listen. I think look that's a that's actually the beauty in the sense that the down payment actually helps them by some time. Because now he's got two point three billion dollars the play with if you will in the interim while he's fighting in court so the walls being built in the interim. That's kind of the Democrats are going to lose it big time. And I think they're gonna lose ultimately in court. They won't lose the first couple of rounds. They'll likely go judge shopping for that. But after the ninth circuit, I don't see how the supreme court stays out of a fight or bout presidential power a national emergency in drugs. And you know, the code is clear US to eighty four is what it is. Right. By the way, it's only two days guys until Valentine's Day. That's it. You barely have enough time to send this beautiful the best the juiciest handpicked. Biggest and best of the best strawberries that are then dipped in milk dark and white chocolate. Goodness. And the great thing is they put these amazing toppings on a chocolate chips glitter sprinkles, it's great for all the Valentine's in your life..

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"martha vineyard" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"martha vineyard" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"Is Martha vineyard. I'm calling about the job for the receptionist position. How can I'll be I saw in the paper today that you had an opening a receptionist. Yeah, we do actually, but the positions or you know someone Twenty-one enough. I'm sorry, your house. Okay. Fifty two, honestly. No, I thought you were child. Child fifty two. Actually, we're only king applications in person, and I, we've on. I would be perfect for this. I have fabulous phone skills. Just give me a chance over the phone. I think that we're looking for something little different and we've already got a whole lot of applications and I, it's not give me a chance. Let me get a chance. Doctor Miller's office, how can I help you? See, I'm good that that was really lovely, but I'm sorry, I, I just don't think that. I think that we have a lot of applications and they came in I and I. He put my application on the top of there's just no way that you can answer the phone at this office. It's not gonna happen. You have a really you. You have a very high register on your voice. You have a very high pitch that might work for things for this office. We need somebody who's com sort of, you know, he's, they're just not you essentially an assertive wet. No duct amused office. Thanks for calling. How can I director call that's common assertive. All right. I'm gonna. Let you go. I really appreciate your calling and you have a wonderful tease. I. I. Giacomelli office. You literally have a voice from wait a second. That's not does. Oh, I, if the doctor can come to the phone, right? You really need. Hello. Hang up by. Here again, you told me before that you thought I was a little kid. Well, would a little kid say..

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"martha vineyard" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"martha vineyard" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"Martha vineyard. I'm calling about the job for the receptionist position. How can I help you? I saw in the paper today that you had an opening receptionist. Yeah, yeah, we do actually, but the for, you know, someone Twenty-one enough. I'm fifty two. I'm sorry, your house. Okay. Honestly, no, I thought you were a child. Child fifty two. Actually, we're only king applications in person, and I, we've. I will be perfect for this. I have fabulous phone skills. Just give me a chance over the phone. I think that we're looking for something a little different and we've already got a lot of applications and he'll give me a chance. Let me get a chance. Doctor Miller's office, how can I help you say I'm good at that. That was really lovely. But I'm sorry. I just don't think that. I think that we have a lot of -cations already and they came in I and I. If you can put my application on top of there is no way that you can answer the phone. If this office it's not gonna happen. You have a really you you. You have a very high register on your voice. Say you have a very high pitch that might work for their things for this office. We need somebody who's com cert- of, you know, he's, they're just not. You essentially an assertive watch. I No. know Dr meals office. Thanks for calling. How can I do rector call that's common assertive. All right. I'm going to have to let you go. I really appreciate your calling and you have a wonderful day teas. I. You literally have a voice from how wait a second. That's not. Oh, I, if the doctor can come to the phone, right? You really need. Don't hang up by, don't hang up. Gotcha. Marriage avocado can help bees. Here again, you told me before that you thought I was a little kid? Well, what a little kid say. Now are you done now? Kid wouldn't say that, and I think that you have berry unprofessional, I'm sure he will love. Sorry. Daughter decided to get a job for the summer, so thank you. I think so much. Paul, but he's, he's hired is daughter. He wanted to keep it in the family. What does the Danial minero from Elvis, Duran in the morning show you got phone tapped. All of the people in your office. A lot of people were calling to apply for this position and that you were getting annoyed. Wow. Like..

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