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Mom doesn't want daugther to date up and coming rapper + Billboard Music Award Reactions

The Cruz Show On Demand

15:48 min | Last week

Mom doesn't want daugther to date up and coming rapper + Billboard Music Award Reactions

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With that did not as huge man and listen to him congratulating the Fans Aka you I wanted to just thank God for my nine billboard and nominations four wins the billboard awards go dance they all. Christians that's been praying for me praying for the day while I was served they chained him no God just showing up the incredible they're years now. So Little Wayne is arguably top ten if not top five of all time and in a recent interview on calendar podcasts keep reviewed who was his favorite artists was starting listening to this who influenced you as a rapper missy Elliott and the blog burner. The song was my best favorite song because my favorite artists. Missy Elliott. Listen. To Mitzi man, top five, top ten man absolutely missy her visuals were crazy crazy right and a lot of her music was produced by her and Timbaland, right but she is a just a massive. did that man she changed and that? It's the cruise show. Three La's new home for hip hop and the cruise show. 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Tap in on this Tj, Leslie, you got the email. Email says, Hey, crew show is I from West Covina love your show. Thank you for making my right home. Better. I'm sending you this email because my daughter could be messing up her life and I don't know what to do. Yeah, check this out guys. My daughter is a straight student that goes to cal poly Pomona will recently she's been hanging around with an up and coming rapper and it's starting to worry me. Even. appeared in one of his video. tacos, video. By the way. Booty shorts and shaking her as as her US thing. I'm not trying to be judgy think hanging around this rapper is only going to end up badly for her her grades are already suffering. Should I tell her how I feel are just let her live her life guy who helped me T MOM team daughter eight, six, six, two, four, six, eight, nine to three. I know a lot of MOMS out there with daughters. Or like Oh, my God, they're shaking right six, two, four, six, eight, nine to three Now, this is cruise right I say let your kids make their own mistakes right but my son is also three right now so I may sound crazy but I'm just saying allow them to make their own mistakes fall get back up and teach him that way right what do you think are see? Time I. Wish my mom went to intervene more. took. To the streets for a minute. Wish you would've told me and grabbed me and said get your ass back here. Because we're in the same boat, but I also think that if her mom doesn't mean more, she's going to push her away like this story has her mind set on what kind of life she wants to live she she's going to have to figure it out saying she belongs to the streets. Got, to send us a soundcloud link and see if his music is your. Meal ticket. GotTa. Go let you you. You're an artist you hang around a Lotta rappers. Do you think she should be hanging out with if you were by the way? 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The Season Opener at Texas Motor Speedway is Confirmed & Vettel is Leaving Ferrari!

Pit Lane Parley

26:41 min | 5 months ago

The Season Opener at Texas Motor Speedway is Confirmed & Vettel is Leaving Ferrari!

"To welcome to another episode. Welcome to another episode of Pit Lane Parlay. I M. Your host might joke joining me. Today is matt is offer the night because she is working like if seven hour shifts so she got the day off. Sorry about your PTO. Requests has been denied again. I don't work that hard. Unfortunately so just as definitely working much harder than me. Today it's fair same hair so with that being said we do. WanNa pass along our well wishes and condolences to the curry family. As Larry Curry passed away this weekend at Age. Sixty eight worked closely with menards racing to help them achieve the great speed. They got at indy for awhile. Also worked with a vision racing drier and Ryan bold last couple years worked for harding racing's so I hope his family is hanging in there in our thoughts and well wishes are are with everybody. Your Larry was very good at finding speed for cars. Menards blew out of the way in the nineties with a lot of the pay showed at Indianapolis and reliability was noise there but speed was always there so it was awesome to see them do so. Well and Larry was a big part of that so just wishing his family the best during this difficult time and hopefully we can all get through together and hopefully they remember him well because he was well liked around the product so with that being said some positive news. We can officially say. Indy-car is back on June six so yea to that the genesis three hundred is is what is now called because it's been shortened hundred laps down in Texas. It is a one day weekend. So there's a two hour practice session followed about two and a half hours later by qualifying and the race around eight. Thirty eight forty five. Am Eastern time on NBC ascends so met any initial reactions to the news coming out. It's about time it's just give me something to look forward to for sure it's Interesting to see what the layout is. We'll kind of dive into that in a second here but just to see that concrete. -Ly that it's going to be back no fans for obvious reason but just to see a race back on the schedule. Look forward to figuring out who long fantasy indycar. Kinda just like normal It feels really good so I'm really looking forward to it. Yeah I agree. Definitely exciting to be back We will be covering it from our houses so I won't be won't be down there. Most likely they are limiting like NASCAR. Everybody to just a handful of working media down there. But are you little bummed? It's not on the regular. Nbc VERSUS NBC. So something my wife is trying to teach me is that I can't say the word but so I can't say yeah I'm really excited for the race and yeah I'm really excited to make my fantasy newhart picks but because that obviously kind of takes away everything I just said but I'm a little bomb that this isn't going to be on NBC. I understand that. Nbc has their ways. I'm not I believe that Saturday night live is an actually producing anything. Live right now in the studio or anything like that correct. I have no idea but I think you're right and I understand that. Eighty four percent of America probably doesn't care about racing but just put something on. Nbc during this time you regardless of whatever sport it is I think would be really cool. I mean we got people tuning into Belarus and soccer and South Korean baseball and whatnot. So people are kind of thriving for any sport. They can get right now so I think putting on NBC's are not putting on NBC. A missed opportunity but I guarantee there some obscure reason for it. I don't know full ever figure that out or it'll be public but yeah I definitely am a little bit bummed about that. Yeah I understand what you're saying. That makes a lot of sense. She's very smart. It sounds like happy anniversary by the way make you owe as I mentioned. Not only as the race shorten the weekend short into one day. So it's a two hour practice. I think early in the afternoon qualifying mid afternoon early evening. The Racist Is At night? So what are your thoughts on the new schedule end shortening of the race? I'm all right with it again. I I'm pretty sure there's probably a scientific reason that a simpleton don't understand as to why the race was shortened. A little bit doesn't make too much sense to me but again I'm happy with the fact that racing's back and if I get twenty eight length less laps of racing. I'm really not gonNA cry about it. It's just good to be back and I think the whole practice qualifying and racing in one day. Given the circumstances right now is actually pretty smart with safety in mind and whatnot. Not Having people around too often they can just get to the track race. Go home and so as that's concerned. I think it's a pretty good idea. I think it has to do with a couple of things. There is obviously much less crew than the normally so if there is a a repair they've got less time and less resources also putting everything in one day the first race back after what. I don't know a nine month. Layoff at this point. Maybe maybe it's a it's a good thing. I don't Only forty laps shorter. So I'm I'm more than okay with that to get racing back and we've seen the one day thing before Pocono. Last year ended up being essentially a one day or was it two years ago when it rained remember with some time recently and obviously Texas had the unique circumstance where it rained into head to do the race like three months later. So it's not like the first time this one day smush schedule has ever been done before now. It hasn't and then one follow up question I had for you. That was brought up in our members. Chad was are you at all concerned that the first race of the seasons at a place like Texas as far as the speed in the Oval. I UNDERSTAND THE CONCERN. But no not really. These are all professional drivers. I think everybody is aware of that. And I don't think you'll see any crazy antics that something I talked to James Central Cliff about the other day as you guys probably heard. He doesn't seem too concerned about it. So I will just take other professional people's advice on Zach featuring talked about a little bit after him and I chatted last week and he's not that concerned about it. I understand you know it's it's it's a setup track to make your debut on after a long layoff or as a rookie your first race. But I think it'll be more than okay. Yeah I agree and there was some chatter. As far as the safety crowd was concerned about hosting the first race at road Americans said drivers can get up to speed and as I pointed out in the member. Shad that to me wrote. America is every bit as dangerous as a high-speed oil given how fast you go how tight it is there how little to no paved runoff. There is is very easy to make a mistake there or if you do something like shredded tire through the tank. That's GONNA lead to a massive accident so there isn't unless you can get streak or like Saint Pete to me is perfect because you very rarely see a nasty crash at Saint Petersburg gets everybody kind of in the groove and whatnot and then you go to a place like Barbara that can cause them have it because again it's another tight little to no run off track so Texas wouldn't be my first choice but I don't think at this point there would be an ideal. I track just because the next scheduled street Toronto. And who knows if that's going to happen. So it's you're kind of a mixed bag no matter what direction you take. Yeah you could almost say that every track in a way has it's spots or you're a little Safety like you said. Outside of maybe a street course. So overall excited yeah. I'm definitely to or we're going to have to do our new season review episode again in the next few weeks. So we're GONNA start doing our research and I have to remember all those questions that we came up with. Yeah it's I can't like we said I can't wait to contradict myself like eighty times like an idiot moving on so ripe for the xbox race last night. Got just some fantastic news in that Sebastian. Vattel and Ferrari have mutually agreed to part ways after this season whenever it ends or begins So after the end of the season they are going their separate ways as they could not agree on a contract extension so the twenty twenty one. Ferrari lineup should be something like Charles Leclair and then a new driver to Ferrari allegedly Mike. What they were doing this without Jesse because Jesse Formula Mike. What are your overall reactions to this? I'm not I'm actually surprised. I thought all of this back and forth. We've heard between a veteran. Ferrari over the last few weeks would just be more smoke and mirrors like it always seems to be with Ferrari but like you. That'll hasn't done much a couple years really. I know he's got some wins but he's never been to me championship caliber for the most part. And actually as of twenty three minutes ago when we were recording racer dot com and Kris. Medlen say that it is Carlos Sainz poised to replace session federal so Matt. I'm GonNa put you on the spot. This article just came out right probably before you and I started recording. What are your thoughts on Carlos Sainz? He was one of the names of float to the top of my list. When I saw the list of drivers who are being considered you know we saw Daniel. Carter was the other big one that I thought. Maybe we get it. So Signs Ricardo people are starting to Holcombe Berg Mix Schumacher Alonzo is being thrown out there. Another Round Fred. Watch but yeah signs. I think given what he's been able to do last couple of years and it's weird. The Path is career taken so if he does end up actually end up at Ferrari. That's such a big win for him. So I like it I like Carlos Sainz. I have nothing negative to say about him. Give me four years. Nick apply rack up a resume of things to say about him. That are aren't so nice but at this present moment I think he would be a great fit for the team and I would very much Like to see that happen I agree. I think it'd be a good fit there so I am curious to see like you. I thought it might be Ricardo but I think sinuses a couple of years younger so they were going with a little bit more of a youth at Ferrari for a change that works and then my action. That'll yeah never did much for me. At Ferrari per se I think at Red Bull is one of those things where he had a really good car and he did manage to beat his teammate. Who is kind of worse for wear for some some races at a time but at Ferrari? Yeah I mean he shot himself in the foot plenty of times. He got awarded plenty of opportunities as far as team orders There's plenty of times we're drivers were told to SIP SIP behind him. So I think this decisions little overdue. I would done it about two years ago if I were them. Giving the mistakes piling up but I'll have more thoughts on that later in the episode Moving on we did have the ninth round of the Pit Lane parlayed Grand Prix League at the XBOX series. We were at Austria last night. Jake neely won his fourth race of the season and three of the last four races fall by Colin Taylor and myself So unfortunately the VATTEL news wasn't enough to propel me to victory so hoping it would give me a little bit of extra motivation. I don't know why but So we got silverstone next week and then our all star as which. I'm super psyched for will explain more of the all stories next week. Mike. How the PS four race go so? It's a little bit of a recovery for me. After few bad weeks. Think David Lighting one again. I know at this point is pretty much no surprise there and Mister French finished in second and then I finished in third so it was a lot of fun at Montreal. Really cool track then granted smell on Sunday. I did come out on top victorious. David lighting was about six inches from being passed me to turns from the end at authors or Mount Panorama. Whatever you WANNA call it so that was a Lotta Fun. We had a couple more guys joined the Sunday night. League so is week. We have forty minutes at Monza so a little bit easier than bathurst. Munza sounds like a wreck waiting to happen also for the xbox leave just wanted to give a quick shot we actually did ever. I Twenty car grid so that was really cool. So shouts everybody's sign up the league. It's been a lot of fun and everybody's in the PS four grants moly. Thanks for joining. It's been a good time. Just some quick items to note here before we kind of round out the episode today. Formula One is is expected to announce their schedule soon and it is believed that Austria is going to be hosting not only the first race on July fifth but also the second race on a separate weekend so July twelfth so back to back weekends at Austria this is according to German paper Bild And then the believe it was something like seventeen races at twelve venues or something along those lines so expect something soon from formula so we can start marking up our counters to look forward to those races. It was reported that Fernando Alonzo is unlikely to do a full season of indycar twenty twenty. Obviously those rumors were put to bed in about January February. Given the circumstances of where we're at right now it kind of opened up a new Pandora's box of Fred Watch. We will keep you apprised of if we hear anything as far as for no Lonzo concerned and then finally on top of what we announced beginning the episode with Indycar going back to Texas Morgan News on that front is that team. Most teams are actually back to work at this point prepping for Texas and other races. This season I know the INDYCAR Media Team has been doing some team previews and whatnot so today Tuesday. They were giving us kind of a back or behind the scenes tour of Carlin showing showing us. What THEIR GARAGES? And what? Now we're looking like so good news to have looks like most of the INDYCAR teams putting their personal back to work so that we can get ready for the season. Yeah excited it is now less than a month away fingers crossed but I am also tired. That Alonzo is still talking about a full season or not a full season. I feel like this is like the Danika thing. That's just never going to go away when we talked about. Danika for the I eighty episodes before her indy. Five hundred appearance with that being said. I'd WanNa give a quick shout out to few team pit lane members this week. Let's give a shout out to George Butts Jess's dead and last but not least carry him so with that and thank you to everybody who's continued to listen to all the episodes in whatnot we put out. It's been unto chat with people about the episodes in about racing as we navigate these challenging times. So with that. It's time for the facts game. Yes we still don't have a more creative name for that. And I put very little effort into narrowing down three facts so this might not be very easy. I am a twenty one year old driver but not a rookie. I have won championships in Indy Lights. And the prototype class and I heard fact here and I was released from my contract right before the two thousand nine hundred season started. This is name Ryan with ladder Toward your effort that was very poor but yes it does law almost as much as your effort in the three facts yet. You know to be honest with you. As you're reading off your third day I was rambling last minute. I had a busy day with a couple interviews that that we did today and just totally spaced that. It was my turn to do this. So yes sometimes even I forget. I think it's be a new driver's name as allowed adult Lord. That should be your like Xbox username. Whatever you call it Gamekeeper Greg. I think you showing my age so with that we are going to bring back pitfalls this week. And now it's time for pit-lane parlays pitfalls the week I'll it makes me so happy I mean don't get me wrong. I'm I'm all for being positive in these pretty dark times but to get the pitfall people and whatnot again. It's just a hobby of mine. I don't know why So again thanks to everybody's been listening show to Mike. He's actually done a lot of interviews and whatnot last couple of weeks. I really hold down the fort there. I Jess has been able to jump into a couple as well during our her morning slash afternoon. I'm stock staring computer so unfortunately unable to join. Join one of these days but yes thanks again to everybody's been listening Hope you all staying safe out there and doing well So I got my positive bit. They're done with knocking. Move into the negative so my pitfall is related to Ferrari fans. Obviously we just discussed the battle being released and you would think that's the Vattel had one seventy percent of the races and three championships over the last five years given the comments that were being made. How could you do this to you? Guys give him back cars. You set them up for failure. He's one of the best of all time. What are you thinking? He's got the most wins. What are you doing I mean? Have they been paying attention for? Let's say allies like three years when he's been repeatedly spending on his own crashing into his may crashing another cars throwing away a winning. Germany winding winding getting team mourners. I I get fashion as fans and if I was a loyal fan like let's say I was a huge fan of just new garden and Joseph was doing pretty good work but also shooting himself in the foot a couple times. He got fired from team. Penske yeah I might be a little upset too but I would also take a step back and say you know like that's somewhat justified a little bit so for Vattel fans to kind of blatantly. Ignore some of the false that he's had the last couple of years and some the team orders that he got specifically within the last year to to even elevate his standing in the championship. Standings that much more think. It's a little unfair to be Matt Ferrari in this situation and I came out today and said that it wasn't because of money as far as why they can get a contract figured out not sure. I'm buying that. I think he's getting paid something like something absurd. I don't want to throw out a number without googling it real quick. I swore owes sixty million euros a year or something ridiculous like that ugly without while Mike next one. But some I've pitfall is Ferrari fans for overreacting to Ferrari's announcement that their parting ways with. That'll let me ask you this Switch up our normal pitfall style here and ask you a question mid pitfall would you even if it was just for say the five hundred or one race welcomes Abeche veteran. Indy-car I would absolutely I. I have no problem with that'll as a person or the driver. I just think he's overrated. And I think it would be a huge part wakeup call and part relief for him to come try indycar just because it is a little humbling to go from the second best team in the top open wheel series to. Let's say Ed Carpenter Racing Where you're jumping into a car. That's not the best in the grid. Plus everybody else is pretty much similar in strength and whatnot so to me. It would be something cool to see. Just see like how he does stack up like let's say he comes over here and does really well. It might change my opinion of that much a little bit. Because in my opinion he's had two years of his twelve year career. Roy hasn't had a good car saw. It's hard to see where battle stacks up in history. Just because he's had an unbelievable car for almost the entire career fair and I do agree. I think it'd be cool I'd be curious to how he would do with. The fans. Alonzo took really well to the fans after being kind of secluded death one for so many years so be cool to see how he handled that but my pitfall is in the Nascar world and not the fact the race this weekend. I am intrigued to see how everything will play out over the next fourteen days. With all the races they have but in order to determine with no qualifying in order to determine the starting grid positions one twelve and thirteen and twenty four and so forth are determined by a random draw from charter teams in those positions in team owner points. Okay understand that. So that goes all the way down the grid then it. Kinda changes for darling. The Second Darlington race which I think is next Wednesday. It's the first half of the field than the second half field than to make it even more confusing with all of these rules in stuff. They're throwing in here. There is now the really annoying competition caution. Being used at utilized at Darlington I believe for the May twenty seven race or maybe for the COQ six hundred. The article is a little confusing. It's on motorsport dot com break down very well but it's just it's just a lot of confusion for fans especially maybe casual fans that are are tuning in and they just don't understand. Why is this guy? Starting here? No wave around free pass for the first one flag down. The pit cycle repeats. There's just there's just a lot to break down there and I don't know if that's going to play well on TV especially for casual fans who are just tuning in for something to watch. They might not understand what's going on. I don't know I mean given the rules. They've come out with. I think NASCAR is under the impression that everybody who watches their sport has an Iq of like three hundred ninety seven. Yeah confusing article to read. I if I took more time to read it but the Coca Cola Coca Cola. Six hundred will hold pole qualifying but the race at the same track later that week will be based on the results from the six hundred owning the same one. The Twenty and twenty one to forty grid position inversion utilized Darlington. Like that's ends right there. I'm just kind like not sure what's going on anymore. You lost me. You went left and I know it's not the writers fault it's IT'S NASCAR's rules or whatever but very using yes xfinity one. Where if you didn't fit the first time that you put it the second time then you get to be recycled into the third part of something or yeah like saying they think their fans have just insanely high. Iq that everybody could figure out an explain to me. What how nuclear power works or something? It's just like insane. I mean I'd like to say that I'm pretty below average on the intelligence scale. I I have no idea what they're saying. So if you're having a common fan kind of tune in for the first time how are they supposed to understand that when you know they're supposed to be learning things like what Tyre degradation is and what the flags being and what the concept of pit cycles are and things like that so to me? It's IT'S A. They just need to simplify it much more. Just so we can kind of get back to our roots and so that just the average person out there can just understand it and not have to bring out a note pad and pen to try to make a flow chart of how this all works very well said so. We will wrap it up there guys. Thank you for listening. I hope you enjoyed e Wayne Taylor. The Dale Coyne racing episodes. That came out this week and the James Hinchcliffe interview. James was a lot of fun the chat to chat with very gracious for his time and before we do sign off. I do want to throw some well-wishes towards host Mike the Third My GRANDPA. Who's in the hospital right now? Looks Okay I think but obviously pretty scary to be in the hospital right now so sending well wishes to him a met. Unless you have anything else I will Just well wishes to host Mike. Thank you And with that guys keep your lug nuts tight.

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Growing Hops with Dietrich Gehring and Laura Ten Eyck

In the Garden

1:05:26 hr | 1 year ago

Growing Hops with Dietrich Gehring and Laura Ten Eyck

"<music> <music> inch by inch robot gonna make this garden it all it takes is a ring and the whole piece of fertile ground by row by row. Someone less the seeds so someone warm them from the low to rain it. It is time right now. For in the garden with peter burke peter author of year round indoor salad gardening our program today is brought to you by menards aggrava- your family true value neighborhood yard garden and pet place brooklyn street in morrisville by grow compost of vermont egmont composts soils and mulches there on route two in more town by the willie store your true value store near caspian lake in greensboro borough by guys farmyard with four locations to serve you montpellier morrisville williston and saint aubin buy closets clawson's flourished greenhouse and perennial farm main street in colchester check out their mega monday coupons at clawson's dot com by by p._n._r. Lumber locally milled lumber and family owned there on route fifteen in walcott by your locally owned bond peel your scenes and feeds and so much more route two in montpellier and by these flowers and garden shop your complete service store on main street in wage-bill beal our telephone lines are always open at eight. Oh two two four four one seven seven seven and toll free for most anywhere at eight eight seven seven to nine one eight two five five. Let's say good afternoon to peter burke. Hey joel hello. Hey i'm a real tree today. <hes> we have <hes> we have <hes> some folks on its <hes> lori tech and gehring who wrote the book yeah <hes> the hop growers handbook and i'm looking through the book and there's quite a bit of praise even from our very own u._v._m. <hes> <hes> view v._m. Specialist on on the the <hes> <hes> growing specialty things in vermont and her name is well. You probably all know her heather darby and she says it's a timely highly valuable resource for growers and this this is the hop growers handbook and there's tons of praise for them. Even <hes> from cornell university says this is a great step up forward for the new hop industry and that was steve miller. Who's the hop specialist over cornell so <hes> well. Let's let's go ahead and here from from the specialist deeter are you there. I'm here all right. Well listen <hes>. I wanna thank you right from the beginning here for taking time <music>. I'm out of from your harvest season. I realized that <hes> you're right in the thick of it right now yes we are. We've been <hes> picking for the last few days. We actually have a a day off for <hes> hops or drying and we'll be picking again tomorrow. Oh wow so. How long does it take to to pick all the all the hops again well we have fourteen different varieties and you know just <hes> you know not <hes> unlike apple's where you know or other fruits and vegetables of different varieties are are you know ripen at different times so we <hes> we have fourteen different varieties ceremony farm and we're picking over us three and a half week various. Well wow so <hes> what <hes> so is there what they have like an acre of stuff like that. We're we're pretty in small and we have two and a half acres here on the farm. <hes> big farms like out in the west lake in the yakima valley washington. You know the average around four hundred acres so we're not really you know we're not a commodity hop farm by any stretch were or of a specialty hub for him. Oh two and a half acres sounds like a enormous amount of hops to me so <hes> it. It's an enormous amount of work and it's it really <hes> i. I can't imagine engine having four hundred acres. I can't either <hes> well of course this program in the garden. It's mostly for gardeners who <hes> and and so be some focusing in on this <hes> small amount you know and <hes> i. I'm sure that's probably where you guys started did right yeah we started with just the we were homeworkers and so we just started with a few plants <hes> for our own use and it's sort of snowballed from there with the farm burri law coming into new yorker and so we were we have a small brewery and savory here on collider farms and <hes> so we use everything will be grow in that. Oh no kidding wow and so. Do you have a brand of <hes> uh of <hes> vir that you make <hes> well. We have a few different things i mean. We're pretty <hes> <hes> our beers are pretty hop. <hes> centric who to magic agean mostly i._p._a.'s and <hes> and pale ales because we are a apple orchard we do a fair amount of blueberries and raspberries as we do <hes> a fair amount of fruit beers to for <hes> that are <hes> mostly salary type beers are okay and is that right there <hes>. What was the name your firm. The indian ladder was that it yup we're indian ladder farms and <hes> the brewery insider is indian ladder farm siberian brewery here and we're open year round. You're you just north of albany. Is that right. We're about twenty five minutes south west of all okay all right good good. Wow yeah <hes> yeah for for we. We wrote the book you know for people <hes> they want to start out with growing. They just wanna grow some hops on their balcony for example the <hes> or they wanna do like up to an acre to so growing hops on a small-scale small-scale can be very rewarding. It gets a little trickier as you get up into <hes> acreage yeah well. We're going to stay away from the agree probably the idea but <hes> both of my sons and both of them together and plus a number of friends who've who've gone and <hes> <hes> tried to bruce some some beer which they they love to do <hes> and it was <hes> that was pretty good beer you know they they actually did a pretty good job but they have been bugging me is like well dad. How come you don't grow hops for us. You know you don't grow maybe i do. I've got the book to help you out more than that and i have a couple of friends who <hes> marcus who who <hes> does quite a good job does a <hes> some great beers and so. I've include amanda to listen in today. Hopefully he's this and <hes> but it was really forbes. Remember joel was forbes. Who said well you know. <hes> there's all there's a lot of a small farmers who who you know with with the new laws you can you can grow you know all kinds of do things before and he said he has a friend who <hes> has the von trapp <hes> brewery they're yeah he he cannot get locally grown hops and he says that there's no excuse for that. It used to be run here so right. That's sort of what propelled us got me looking around and then i remembered <hes> doing a book signing with you guys <hes> down in new hampshire so what a great book though it's uh uh and <hes> i mentioned to <hes> to your wife lori right that <hes> it was reading the book was sort of like sit in your living room and having a conversational conversation it was it was just very easy reading and he's a very good writer various. She engages the reader real. Well well yeah. I i really enjoyed it and <hes> and i have to say <hes> the the what was the name for hops from pliny any <hes> back in the days of the greek days. He called it. The wolf of the willows can i said what a great name for a beer. The wolfman willows uh-huh while they're also russian river burritos pliny the elder. Oh no kidding. That's a very sought sought after bureau was they go very hoppy as you would. Imagine i can imagine if it's named after hops would be happier her well back back in pliny's time you know. Which is you know he. He actually actually died today. If you believe no kidding yeah it was <hes> <hes> he was rushing towards mount vesuvius because he saw some of their early eruptions and he was a he was a scientist and naturalist. Unfortunately he died. Eighty two died trying to get the pompeii curiosity help yeah. It was what hops in those days the weren't used <hes> so much for making beer they were you know they were used because there's some of the first shoots that come out of the ground <hes> and they were a food source and to this day restaurants primarily in belgium still use hops and they call them poor man's asparagus and <hes> it wasn't amihai take it it wasn't until like the eleventh or twelfth century that they started putting them in bearden made. Some of the monks discovered that the <hes> that they were natural a preservative <hes>. That's that's why primarily we use them today. That's it's fascinating really the whole chapter in history. It was just the amount nana there were so many times when i thought oh wow i never knew that and it's <hes> as as i said a very readable chapter. It's not not a dry history at all. It's really great. I think the you know the book was supposed to be we worked with chelsea green right there and the publisher and they were really great and they wanted to. They wanted the book to be you know well. You know you're interested in craft beer. You're interested in hobbs. Maybe growing hops isn't gonna be for you but you know you would still like to know about it. <hes> <hes> the book was supposed to be approachable. They go selby a how to book so the <hes> <hes> speaking of how to's <hes> so so it seems like you want your you want to set it up so your hops can grow like sixteen feet tall sixteen feet somehow or another you wanna get yeah <hes> well. You're gonna get the best yield. <hes> you know the higher you can go. I mean hops will grow to thirty feet but becomes a little little <hes> hard-working jio end here well. You can grow them on offense. You know you have to kind of train them along <hes> because they wanna keep on reaching up <hes> at at least until the summer solstice <hes> may stop growing up <hes> as soon as the solstice because when they start to fruiting and they started shooting shooting outside arms <hes> <hes> so you could actually grow them sort of trellis like a like a grapevine. Is that what you're absolutely absolutely really yeah if you if you want to be you know back deuce a couple of different varieties in your backyard. You could grow them exactly like grapes. Oh well that's interesting because <hes> i i sort of the idea of getting up sixteen feet. <hes> i have a lotta trolleybuses in in my garden i have about fifty four by four beds ads and then the backside of each one. I have an eight foot trellis and so i try to think in terms of what can i hit on an eight foot trellis. You know the but the only way you could do this as if i grew up one side and down the other you know they're not going to grow down. They always want to go up so you must you must be real familiar with different varieties is there a a variety that you would say is really good for beginner gardeners. We generally recommend that people that are you know wanna have some ooh tried and true success <hes> and and still want a good hops for making beer is is to is to use cascade cascade. Okay yeah cascade is very very disease resistant. I mean it's not one hundred percents as easy resistant but it's very vigorous and it's a very good starter hop opt for people who want to grow hops and get the game and and have some you know have some fun good good <hes>. Actually i have no idea we're always get a hops. I assume i would want like a sets or something her demand we we you know we we made a lot of mistakes steaks and the early days when eight nine years ago now and we started and there weren't a lot of places to get things and now <hes> i always recommend people go to to the <hes> <hes> the hop growers alliance okay <hes> website <hes> and it's also great organization to join. It's it's not very expensive. It's like forty dollars a year and they put out newsletters. <hes> the other thing that they do is in their classified section is they will list <hes> the eight or nine greenhouses the get a clean plant stock from the clean plant network. Oh okay i mentioned so then the book that clean and that's very important we believe because <hes> starting out with good clean virus free disease free stock is going to give you a better you know better chance and then also you know we. You're buying stuff blindly off the internet. You don't know what you're getting. <hes> a lot. The times things won't be true to type. <hes> got that people are selling and and frankly you know was a hop grower. I don't want you growing disease. Plants plants near me and the same is true for her even like potatoes or or garlic growing from certified. C._d.'s is always a good idea. I'm glad to know there is such a thing as a yeah from east greenhouses you can get either plants <hes> and they're generally between five and seven dollars is no ship them to you. <hes> some some of them will ship rise homes. <hes> and you can plant hops either way <hes> and if you think you know you wanna do it and you know our recommendation is always start out with a few you know start with like five five six <hes> and see. You know how you're going to do it because one if you've got five or six established neither side well. These are doing really great and i'm being very successful. I'd like to move out to say twenty or thirty <hes> you can dig the right. It's your own homes. Oh right off of the those yeah around you know right around march <hes> and <hes> and and start your own plan so that was a little money and then you also know your true to type hyped yeah okay and <hes> but you were saying something about <hes>. You'd like to have a few different varieties. In why would you want different varieties all the different well. There's there's there's a couple of reasons. One one is from you know a beer making standpoint we the different hop varieties have different flavor characteristics caracteristics. Okay all right you know. Summer are strictly forbidden during <hes> some are you know how oil profiles that give them you know citrusy flavours or pineapple flavors <hes> and we like to incorporate those and the beers <hes> the other the other reason <hes> you know it from a from a farming standpoint is were. We can only pick as fast as we can dry. <hes> it all right 'cause cops are. They're very fragile once. They're you know they're ready to be harvested because we're trying to do is inside that little you know oh you know what it looks like. It looks like a little pinecone right. Yes and in underneath want each one of those little boxes. That's where the loop the loop poland. Is this yellow a sticky substance that <hes> it's it's a resonance type substance and we want. That's what we need. That's the brewers gold right. That's that's that's the whole reason we're growing this thing eighteen feet and collecting all these phone so when we harvest we want <hes> to get them off of the buying leaning into the dryer and and you know in a timely manner we here on the farm we try to do within a half an hour <hes> into the dryer so <music> so once my dryers full i can't pick anymore got to i said so we try to we try to have varieties that come in at different times kind of okay got you yeah so like last week we pick centennial and then we pick sterling and then tomorrow we're gonna pitch book and then the last hops ops we will pick here on the farm. We'll probably be <hes> a crystal and brewers goal and there will be all the way in between there. They all sound wonderful really they have great names well. I wanna point out. One thing that you sit in the book is that ah don't put hops in your garden laughed over that because just the the visual image of the well. The wolf of the will was basically taking over just about everything. That was the weed of the weeds yeah. Well you know think about putting mint near guards in the garden either. Guard joel is shaking his head. Yeah we all know what are the other ones. This is a country. That's one you know. Somebody called and said well. Where should i plant my jerusalem artichokes in the garden. I said don't <laughter>. You're right exactly you're going to have a special jerusalem garden obser- similar <hes> and that they will they send out runners <hes> and they will up all over the place and i mean you can't keep him combined confined owned by pruning but it's a lot of work the same thing my my bill blackberries tend to show up everywhere in the meant. You know certainly well anyway. That's that's a good thing to know and <hes> so you do use all of your your hops in to make your own beer era. Do you sell some of it. <hes> we'd like to get to the point where we're able to sell some <hes> but right now our our brewery is sort of growing at a pace is using everything that we can grow that's pretty cool though that's yeah and then <hes> and from what i ah cut on from the book you have a good size <hes> apple orchard too yeah we have about a hundred and twenty acres and fruit <hes> in in apples <hes> lord lord yeah we have about thirty six different varieties of apples here on the farm <hes> we did put in a number of <hes> cider varieties a few years ago morley operation. You know some bidders sharps <hes> so we can have a little bit better control on our tannin's yeah. Oh oh cool that must be great to sort of put all those things together in a beer yes. Yes we <hes> we we well. We don't we don't add the we don't add any really apples to our beer mainly we are we already make cider. Oh all right all right <hes> we have made in some hot cider so really give them a little more earn a little more fruity nece to them <hes> so i'm just curious here now there. Here's a vine that's that's maybe sixteen feet tall. Maybe even more right yeah how do you how do you pick those the flowers up there sixteen feet heidi how do you how do you know it is it is a perennial <hes> so when we go through the hop yard are hop yards or eighteen feet the we we caught them at about chest high okay and then and then we cut them just under the trellis wire and we bring the whole <hes> the whole thing down now and if you were you know if you were to do that <hes> and you're just handpicking <hes> a mature plant you know can weigh as much which is forty pounds <hes> at that point and it's going to be loaded with cones. It takes about one man our pick that wow so have have you know in our case about two thousand plants blue magic. I would take a long time. That's a long time to get picked so we. Let's hope to help you do the first couple of years because there's there's a certain amount of romance and provide beer here and so on but by the third year people don't answer the phone gotcha gotcha do all right well hauser very <hes>. They have tried homes on them <hes> so there they can get scratched up pretty badly by them. They're called test of the hop. Feel some people are kind of allergic to it and can feel like nettlesome yeah <hes> so handling them. I don't know if you've ever you know in the book we have some of the old pictures of people picking and like oh people were so you know <hes> <hes> conservative back then they dressed you know field the all dressed up and they have hats and gloves and long sleeves and i'm like well no not really it's it's august. It's humid. It's the nor lead right. They don't want the kiss of the hop trying to protect themselves. I got it is it's like working in the in the blackberries exactly you have to suit up. Yes okay so so the at harvest this time then you you you cut the trellis and bringing the whole vine and then harvested cut the trellis we have a we offer the trellis. We drop down on <hes> <hes> it. It's a coca. It's a wound coconut. <hes> a string all core core yeah so we we the <hes> we we we cut that and we after you know we had our hundred <hes> plant <hes> plot and then we decided to go two thousand doc point we invested in a <hes> in a german hop picking was shave no <hes> <hes> and i it's a used machine we had shipped over from germany. <hes> it's a wolf one forty <hes> we affectionately call it heidi it was made in nineteen seventy four and it'd be a little quirky at times take. It gets the job done so you. It's one of those machines. You have to talk to a little bit. Heidi requires a lot of <hes> a lot of t._l._c. auto auto racing and <hes> oiling and changing of barings and <hes> things like that but the difference is is they said you know it's one man our our to pick a hop and then we have two thousand you know if heidi's fight. He's doing her job. She can do between one hundred and one forty in our our lines are open. <hes> awaiting your calls to four four one seven seven seven. That's eight oh two number and eight seven seven to nine one eight to five five once again. Here's peter and dealer. You got me on okay good so i. I just wanted to say that it couldn't resist. I know cook dinner and i think laurie's there somewhere somewhere that were so we do have a telephone call to where you wanna go right to my to swell sheriff certainly here we go <hes>. We push that button this and good good morning. You're you're you're on with our hop-growing experts joe. How are you yes get some quick question. Sousse <hes> probably some of the land have been existing for different things <hes> might be converted curling. What about <hes> a pre planned to citizen things like that from from crops that have been in that area. <hes> you wanna you wanna get reduce your we'd load <hes> especially any perennial weeds so we recommend that you <hes> you do at least one year of putting down something like <hes> red clover or something like that and turn it over as green manure <hes> because if you have to deal with anything like <hes> canada sissel sissel or bind weed or anything like that anything that has a rise zone. That's going to compete with hop. It becomes very difficult. So that's kind of the first thing is to get your soil oil prepped <hes> the other thing. Is you wanna make sure the very well drained soil. <hes> hops like a lot of water <hes> but they don't don't like wet feet and they don't like to be wet themselves so it's kind of <hes> <hes> heavy clay soils a problem if you're looking at your field and there's ever standing water on her on it <hes> you're either gonna tile it or or or choose another place. They like full sun on p. h. Pretty neutral six six point for six five almost so i can't go yeah they said <hes> hobson apples and ah ver very similar soil conditions but <hes> a lot of people that are already grow apples or grapes or suited for growing up okay. That's that's good right. I can't think of anything else but i guess those would be the initial things to worry about <hes> if you're contemplated and growing yeah what about him that <hes> compatible crop or near <hes> it is related did <hes> of course camp is an annual <hes> and you know they. They like similar soil conditions because they're they're a whole other animal all right well. Thank you good so when when would you plant these. Is this something on this planet in the spring or the fall <hes> it's it's planning a spring <hes> you can do the fall. I've had limited success with the fall all it. They like to get established. I mean the latest i i generally planned is like first or second week of july and that'll be stuff that i've started in the greenhouse <hes> from rice homes that i've dug or shoots that i've started <hes> i've had good luck with that but yeah springing up you can get out there and get your stuff in the ground grounds. You know when junior go so when i started reading the book <hes> it said the hop bines in and i'm thinking is that a typo typo and there's a great grapes are fine with the with the fi because they have a tangible <hes> ah you know the thing that you see that goes off and that's how they grasp on the things and that's how they pull themselves up whereas the hop itself and as i was saying before about the tricalm's what what does it goes clockwise around <hes> you know anything can grab onto actually <hes> and it has house these little microscopic you can't. You'd have to use a magnifying glass but you can see them. They look like little anchors and they and they kinda pull themselves up that way and that's the difference between a vine and the bine that's interesting. I've never come across the word before so i was like what people able people use it interchangeably with hop so they call them mind sometimes technically they are abiding. Yeah okay so now that you've started your harvest and drying <hes> how long that takes to dries at like an overnight. It really depends on relative humidity for us. <hes> we have a a large <hes> <hes> forced heat. You know blast furnace drier and we're running. We're running. A hundred degrees of uh forced air up through the hops to dry them. Okay <hes> you know if you're doing your home. You know your home top trying <hes> if you can add add some heat great <hes> if not <hes> <hes> we am has a couple of <hes> <hes> p._d._f.'s on their site that you can download to build your own hop dryer <hes> but if you're just growing a coupla binds and you wanna put some window screams out and put a box fan under him. It's gonna take longer talk to them. We want to get the them down to a stable <hes> dryness which is between eight and twelve percent moisture okay <hes> well. I have a electric dryer excalibur with nine trees on it and i can handle you know it it gives it even set the temperature and and so the temperature would be sort of like herbs one hundred hundred twenty five somewhere in that range one hundred yup yup. That'd be perfect. That'd be perfect and then like. I said you wanna i do a moisture test <hes> and once you have them. You know dried then you want to store them. In a you know a cool place cooler the better. If you have freezer space space that's great if not <hes> a refrigerator and and they'll store you know for for quite a while so i wouldn't dry them and put them in a jar like do my my tease tease that i drive. You could buy what can happen with them. Is that the loophole in can can turn rancid <hes> and we don't wanna make beer out of france alone no no so all that all that that said there are some belgian breweries that do make beer out of a hops that have been sitting around for up to a year. I get like kind of a cheesy easy rancid thing and that's <hes> that's part of the flavor profile well. Some people like limber gucci's too. That's true. I'm not i'm not aww post strong cheese. Okay so <hes> let's see now. I'm trying to think think of <hes>. Oh <hes> is <hes>. Have you ever grown asparagus so you know the root system of spiritus i. I have <hes> unfortunately not very successfully because i i i didn't attend away. I should've probably taking care of your hops. Ah yes there's many projects. The reason i brought it up was not to point out something but <hes> ask you if the rise on that you're gonna plant. Does it look a a little bit like the asparagus <hes> root system that you buy <hes> a little bit yeah when when you when you're going to be you know if you clan your uh we usually do hell we hill them <hes> and so in march you know when the when your soil becomes you know warm enough that you can actually get in there <hes> and you start digging around in there. You're going to see these long pieces of route that are coming off and you're gonna see the smaller ones and they're gonna have little buds on them okay and and that's what you're going to cut off. You're gonna wanna cut off a piece. That's probably you know two three inches shoes with a couple of buds on it and that's that's one plant <hes> and so you i do usually a couple to like six inch pot and <hes> and start them that way <hes> okay great well that that's that gives me me. At least i know sort of start with yeah and <hes> the sea and so is his lorry right there. I just wanna know what's her. What's her stand beer. What's her favorite beer yeah. She's right now. She's he's <hes>. She's kind of an i._p. A girl p._a. Hoppy beer then sure farmers uh-huh. Oh well good good well. I have to say it's a terrific book and really and enjoy the a help growers handbook thank you. This is <hes> <hes> as a matter of fact <hes> the <hes> bridgestone books has got some copies because they're <hes> <hes> joel. I you know when i got my copy. She said she was going to order a couple more right up the street from the radio right yeah yeah so so if anybody's listening wants a copy of the book head on over and grab one there yeah you can also order them directly from from chelsea green to my nose who are on the website there and <hes> sometimes they have an incredible sales and all that stuff but yeah we eh. We'd like to support our local bookstores because your they're so good. We like to support our share to could we. They want them around. That's for sure that's for sure i. I can't tell you how many times i've walked into local bookstore and just sort of browsed around and found a book that i absolutely was just blown away by that was so and <hes> let's just <hes> one of the things that <hes> one of the reasons. I like going to local bookstore. What was the one i just <hes> just read and it was <hes> well anyway. You know there's there's so many great books and joe to have another caller. I think might in a second okay on the other line okay and <hes> if i'm not mistaken. Beth is on the line with you beth you there hear me down. I was worried that we're gonna lucius resource before <hes> i've learned you know just how to go about planting and how to take care of the plants i understand how to kind of set him up so they can grow up or horizontal and i got how idea about <hes> kept them started starred in but in between that there must be a few steps okay well when you put your eyes. Oh man you. You're going to want it about two three two three inches in the ground. That's gonna wanna very you know a rich rich soil <hes> they they like they like quite the bit of water <hes> they're also very very heavy feeders <hes> so <hes> for example though they all uptake about two hundred pounds somme trajan per acre <hes> over the season so we recommend soil testing <hes> and figuring out you know what you're gonna a p._h._d. What's your nitrogen is and <hes> but you're you're gonna be. You're gonna be feeding them like for for us. We do everything through drip irrigation so we use all liquid fertilizers <hes> <hes> we have a fertilizer that is made for us <hes> according to our <hes> <hes> slam profile <hes> we also use a fair amount of fish emotion <hes> hops like a lot of with micro nutrients <hes> they need they need a small amount of boron a small amount of zinc in order to have good sidearm production <hes> and we also put in <hes> a fair amount well one we pick <hes> we take all of our <hes> <hes> the leaves and the stems like that and also all the stuff from citre room <hes> and the animal pens here in our spent grain and we make a we have a large compost pile and and <hes> and and we side dress <hes> the hops and there's there's been some <hes> some researches to i think other darby you know a reason i started doing this is because of talk that i i sat in on hers talking about they thought that there was <hes> the compost actually provided <hes> some antifungal <hes> properties <hes> so we and we feel that that that that is correct <hes> in in our observations. I mean nothing scientific on our end but yeah yeah well all of us. Organic farmers and gardeners would would have to agree that. That's a huge benefit decide dress. Oh yes yeah we we firmly believe in not and and <hes> and also once you've cut your plant down <hes> we'll the reason we cut chest high is because we're leaving a fair amount in a plant left to to keep on watering and fertilizing until hard frost before we we cut them completely off <hes> 'cause you're kind of you know you're kind of harvesting this whole plan at the height of its life right you know and then leaving it with very little to try to pickup so <hes> you know more photosynthesis you know be able to regenerate for the following year so so you cut them and see them and and give me yeah well to and give them of plant to to keep keep growing. Keep yeah and then and then after you know after hard for us. You know we're like like late october. <hes> lido through the hop yards and we just cut everything off and we just clean everything out and then that's when we site we will all side dress with compost. Oh wow that lay. Do we still have with us or she. No okay must answer the question then i hope so. I'm sure sure i can be a long winded at this point. <hes> we appreciate the long dancer because and <hes> that's just great you know i'll <hes> so <hes> about joel you got any more questions or anything no taking copious notes looking forward to getting a getting a copy of the book down the road <hes> the interesting things <hes> you know i i i started collecting old postcards of vermont and <hes> vermont hills have gone through so many changes of one point around on the tunbridge area first of all they look at the new forest at has grown and then i found an old postcard in which all all the hills were denuded and that's that's because they had sheep that could climb the hills and was just loaded with sheep. That's where all the woolen mills came from and then they said at one point all those hills were covered with hops. Yeah they were just exporting trainloads of hops out of out of tunbridge area so it's really amazing how how how <hes> things and approaches to our natural resources change depending on what the market and what the i guess current zeitgeist tapping the big yeah yeah. The northeast was a big. I mean it was a big hop growing area until until pretty much they moved out you know i don't move to michigan and <hes> and then for michigan out to the yakima valley and the willamette valley in oregon <hes> it was pretty much once they were able to your gate eight those areas because you know it's like i was saying before you know hops. They like a lot of water but they don't like to be wet. So you know yakima is is high desert so they only get inches of rain a year so you can't really grow hops. They are less. You can aggregate yeah so you. You're you do irrigators tour's and yes. We do 'cause that's. That's basically how we feed everything to is certainly era gatien. I mean this year we we haven't <hes> run the arrogation nearly as much i mean it's been raining so much here yeah yeah and and the they survive okay and that <hes> we had some unreal hot hot weather <hes> they don't mind hot <hes> hots okay for hops. It's the the bad thing is a <music> consecutive days of rain <hes> and then no wind <hes> 'cause they don't dry out the molds. <hes> yeah yeah the molds. Get <hes> get established so you know if you've got a couple of days of sixty to sixty five degree weather and you know no when you're you're. You're more likely to be growing fungus than hops <hes> so you know we we don't like days like that. In fact we don't we orientale are we are <hes> <hes> according to the prevailing wind so that they can dry out so would that be like on a western slope then or or yeah we the we have east till you want you want good air drainage right so you want you want to win to be able to blow through there and then blow out you don't want <hes> thank you don't wanna place where you know the kind of cool damp air pools in your yard so you're into rosa east to western so that the west winds come across and through yep okay that makes good sense then yeah. I guard yard first yard that we put up we we went north south. I was bad. We don't have that yard anymore. Is that the one that collapsed while you're on vacation. <hes> very soon those jaw show you the pictures yeah there was a mistake to be made we <hes> we we've native and it's part of part of the joy of the book because you can see what not to do as so often good book is exactly i met all the mistakes for you so listen uh-huh as the essential guide for sustainable small-scale production for home and market the hop growers handbook. What an excellent book. Thank you yeah the <hes> yeah we we still you know after i have to say you know hop production in the northeast last one hundred years years ago so a were still by no stretch machination experts on it. We're still learning every year we learn <hes> <hes> you know from <hes> from people like how they're now and <hes> from other farmers <hes> will be in communication with that. That'll will be in the next edition then yes more mistakes yeah and it goes on goes yes. I'm sure to lorries take a couple of notes over the years. Yes yeah yeah she well. She did a great job and that <hes> in one we started. It was very difficult to find information and <hes> i mean you v._m. Had had had a jump start on us of several years <hes> so they had they had some great information. Cornell had a little a little bit of information because they were a little bit behind on <hes> you know west. Coast information was very good but a lot of things were very very is nothing was tied together. <hes> and that's what this book does brings in <hes> all the things answers a lot of you know the very simple questions exchange that you might have you know when you go sometimes to some of the things in the university they they assume that you know things are ready. <hes> menu may not as somebody who's just trying to start out to grow a few hops y- you know there were there was information from europe and there was information from the the west coast but a lot of cases that doesn't apply to the east coast. You know i saw a few places <hes> some of the pictures you were actually over. You went over to europe to <hes> <hes> we didn't. We didn't go to europe for the book <hes> we we went out to the west coast. You know we we sort of got into this and we had this. We had to take a step back and say well. You know what to the big commodity farmers do the majority on ninety percent of the hops come from these areas so they must know something and <hes> and so you know we got out there and it was just you know. We were totally blown away by you know. It's like you know what we're doing to them is considered gardening farming. You know <hes> there's just on such a large scale <hes> but they were tremendously helpful and very open <hes> you know to to eat regardless of thought. We were quaint what we're doing but you know they were very helpful and <hes> to this day. I still have contacts you know in yakima dyke. I can call and say oh my god that's good. That's that's good so it was the trip to europe on your that. Was your honeymoon that you went to that was. We're looking at actually <hes> well. We're still we're still at and we're looking at going to argentina this year. <hes> <hes> <hes> well. We'd like to try to go for hop harvest which starts in march. Oh <hes> of course <hes> because rate because it's it's springtime there and we'd like to see <hes> <hes> we we met so we've met a couple of argentine brewers <hes> they wanna introduce us to some hop growers there so it'd be very interested to see you know how they they do there. Oh man that sounds great. Yeah yeah the the show just before we're on the the for the birds show and he was just talking about being down to argentina and i think that's right joel was in argentina and they were going to <hes> bird-watching down there so bernard my well. He's he saw two on so. I never seen one in the wild <music> yard again. Well i wanna thank you. I think we're it just about to wear rolling at the end of the show for sure and i really appreciate your time particularly <hes> you know why you're so busy but <hes> i wish all the best and <hes> thinks so very much to you and learn how great we aren't if people wanna reach out to us we you know we hear from people at this acquaint all over the world who bought the book so you know we're happy if we can if we can help sometimes. We're a little slow to respond but we'll get to you. That's fair. That's fair. Thanks again if anybody <hes>. Maybe we can get you on again next year for the for the planting ranting part of it though it'd be great okay. Is there a website that relates to either what you do specifically or hops growing that you would you you would recommend <hes> while i would recommend the northeast hop alliance um website. That's a really good one <hes> u._s._a. Hops is a is another another great site. <hes> you can always check out our site here the at the farm. Which is i l f c._b. Dot com i see dot com yup and <hes> you can see the pictures of the hop yards here and we post pictures of and video radio hop picking and stuff and it's a good. It's a good way to reach out to us so that's like india. Ladder farm was the site artery and cider brewery comes right up now. We're also on instagram and we post a couple of times a week on there air so okay great. You're in the area. Come out to the farm. We'd love to see all right great. Thanks i appreciate the invitation and oh yeah there's a website. There's picture picture great well. We'll look that over so that that was just a real simple i'll f._c._b. Yup come okay perfect. Thanks again end either. We appreciate it and thank laurie to well. I had thought it was going to have the farm the farm between <hes> owners the n._c._a._a. and john hayden on next week but we've moved that up <hes> to the the seventh of september l. no next week though and <hes> <hes> this has been fun. I've really enjoyed it myself. I hope you did too <hes> and <hes> i. I guess we have a couple of minutes. If somebody wanted to call the general questions yeah yeah yeah sure sure <hes> but yeah they <hes> <hes> that <hes> what's the name of that book <hes> the farm between oh farming and the on the wild side the evolution of a regenerative organic organic farm and nursery and <hes>. I've looked at the the pre-release. <hes> of this book is just coming out and <hes> it's fascinating and it's it's i find it just <hes> <hes> say <hes> what would what is that is it seems so hopeful the way a because it seems like almost every day in the news and other farmers going out of business and other farms going out of business and you know you hear that a lot more but you know they're not really lee saying well. Actually this farm has soda rethought. You know really changed the you know the way we're thinking about farming and and they they have a productive farm. That's that's not just <hes> milk. You know the they're doing all kinds of of sustainable small scale all production and and this is a an a guide as i say to the evolution of a regenerative organic in a qa farm and nursery so they'll be on a couple of weeks. We'll have a full full week next week to give <hes> give a call <hes> the the <hes> right now of course this is harvest season. You should be canning and you should be freezing and it should be drying some of your stuff. You should be getting some things into the cold cellar zeller and as i've said before there's not just one way to save the harvest as you want us you want kind of spread it out so a using all the different tricks that there are to save the harvest over the year you know for so you have something right through the winter and oh you know some things freeze better than dry. Something's drive better than freeze. Some things can better than they freeze or dry so you you have to use all of those different <hes> preservation methods and we're blessed with <hes> with all those options <hes>. I have a dryer that i use a for dry and cantaloupe. Oh absolutely one of the best foods you can ever have. I mean it's like you know it's ambrosia very very good and so you take a cantaloupe oh poor you can only save so many of them in cold storage but you can dry them and they will be there for a year you know. I think we have a quick caller. We start so let's see what this is all about and <hes> your first name in town emerson from moncton emerson welcome aboard with two yup question is is we're talking about canning and freezing and so forth and so where i work we've been having this discussion. Do we need to blanche our vegetables before we freeze geico generally. Yes that's generally. They store better if you if you blanche now branching is just a very brief you know hot water cold water you know so you put them in and i i would say yes that is generally good practices to blanche blanche and what that the reason well one of the reasons is that it does get rid of the yeasts that are on on the leaves <hes> and any on the sort of bacteria or virus that might be on there that would pro you know tend to to <hes> deteriorate the the any vegetable or anything like like that but again. It's just a brief right you know how water right into cold ice water and then into your containers for freezing all all right well yeah. We don't do any branching fruits. Generally i know our strawberries and blueberries who just wash them and dry brian. Let them dry out and then put in some people for the fruits. They'll actually put them in the freezer right on trae right okay you you do that. Yeah yeah peaches <hes> if you're gonna freeze them. I don't think they're blanched the but some people will use a <hes> like a <hes>. They'll dip them in <hes> like <hes> lemon. Juice is to keep them from browning. Okay now you know when you're drying him. Sometimes they they use us sulfur but we we stay away from all that right and you can use a <hes>. You know like a vitamin c. You could make it out of a serpent acid a dip and so i would i would probably do that before i froze them and i would do the same thing i put them on the sheet and let them dry freeze individually and then put them in the container. Well thank you very much sounds like you've got a good harvest. We do you got. Thanks appreciate the call and of course you slice the pizzas. I there wasn't actually clear but thank you forgot all about card like a medicine ball yeah well. You know it's funny because i i remember how when i lived out in pennsylvania going to and working with the amish made and the amish men would bring a court jar a peaches peaches. You know and i remember looking at that. Ajar was such envious men. What do i have for my lunch. I go down to delaware where there's a large amish community peach trees everywhere peaches by it's not only my favorite fruit but i think my favorite tastes in the world all over the place and people know it too because like christmas relative send m._v._p. Gentlemen oh good from there from north carolina there you go anyway. I've been known even by the frozen pizzas at costco cosco good good where they come from at any rate. We have another caller your first name in town. I'm pam. I'm in duxbury pimm. How were you good good. Love your show and i'm calling. I i forgot to write down your <hes> pickle recipe sure in the fridge and yada yada yada so if you could get that to me again i would really appreciate it. Yeah well that that is the most requested recipe that have have to admit and i call it the two day pickle and some people call it the frigerator pickle and there's a lot of different ways to go about it but you start with a gallon jar and then it's somewhere between twelve and twenty pickling kooks just depending on how big they are sure obviously enough just to fill the jar and and then a teaspoon of your regular pickling spice dill flower head or chopped fresh. Dill i have plenty of good. That's great <hes> we put in. We usually put in eight close of peeled garlic. Well we like a nice garlic flavor but you and me both okay so you and then you cover that with the brian in the brian is three quarters cup of vinegar in a quarter of water me particular type generally we use the the white vinegar the clear one we've also been known to use a regular cider vinegar apple cider vinegar but so anyone of them will work. That's three quarters of cup one quart of water one one third cup of salt okay and then you heat that brian until the salt is dissolved. It doesn't have to be boiling but if it does well. That's fine so you you pour that over the over the pickles in the are over the cucumbers in the jar are and garlic garlic and then you let it cool and put it in the fridge for two days and then of course you have to test it once a day uh-huh to see when they're ready. Step does the vinegar which vinegar us give it a different flavor. I haven't noticed so much more. Just the vinegar garesh russia's whatever i have on hand. That's i think worked as fine because that's what we usually do but yeah. I think i have a big thing as cider vinegar to get rid of fruit flies p l u ed probably a good idea heard heard a thing <hes> you know. There's some variations on one of them. Is that <hes> you you take a piece of ride bread and you put it right on top of the the whole thing in cover it with a cover it with cheesecloth with a rubber band john and then you put that out in the sun during the day and then the fridge at night for two days and then after son teat sort of like a son t yes that's one of the variations on the recipe and you can give that a try but one way or the other no matter how you do it. They're the freshest. Crispy is most delicious pickles goes you'll ever eat some. Thank you so much. Thanks for the call him. That's a great recipe. I have to agree matter of fact salvi. We made a greek salad last night and and what i'm not talking talking about lettuce. I'm talking about <hes> <hes> cucumbers and tomatoes and the fettuccine and the kalamata olives okay. That's that's all other is that and <hes> some balsamic vinegar and <hes> a little bit evolve oil and last night we did it without the olive oil and it was still just as good but those cucumbers from our garden where so fresh in so crispy and delicious. We were both like oh my god. This is the best events this is so good and that sort of reaction we get fairly often is like you could not buy anything this good. It's just right right fresh from the garden and it makes it all worthwhile for sure. No no no. I gotta go get you something to eat right uh-huh and put a long record on and joel as usual as you've been a lot of fun and <hes> y'all we. I guess we have reached the end of the line but we'll be back next week. Yes yeah we're back again. Tax no red sox. 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Navy to sailors: Please stop buying LSD online

Tessa and Elliot Argue

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Navy to sailors: Please stop buying LSD online

"HELLO AND WELCOME TO T. I Elliott this is Taza. Elliott argue each week. We bring a list of weird news stories or headlines that we've found share them with each other and. Giggle like little schoolgirls. We're boys, We don't discriminate, but it's girls. Harbor freight recalls Jackson's into replace the recalled Jack. Shit Jackson's -ception fuck you harbor freight recall -ception. Here use Jackson Harbor freight whether they they just like I feel like they're kind of trashy like a trashy lows hate trashy lows like Lowe's and Home Depot trashy enough, right? How can we get trashier so like the trashy scale Walmart? Is it. Loews or Hoban talking like of like the hardware stores. Yeah, so hardware, free harbor, freight, freight, hardware, hardware, freight, number, one hardware freight. Okay, shocking him owns hardware freight. He's ninety five and. There was a hardware store in Hilton head if you fall. Member I bought that battle Sarko active wallpaper. Yes, do you I do remember this was A. As I was so excited for you were. My mom was like. Yeah, you fucking need it. Yes, and so I bought it so that's that is the most boozy of hardware stores the one at Hilton head. Yeah, and I don't even know if it's still wasn't nice I would i. would loop connel's our local one into the same boat as? The Hilton head one yeah like. Owned locally. I bought some really Nice Cookie cutters homemade cookie cutter. That's talking about like a hardware store that is like not a hardware store, and they had like this little pop belly stove in the middle that you could go and wintertime in lake. Sit around and chat with like I never went into. Only did because the tomato festival did step to help, but they're so, and then you have, I would say lows and then Home Depot. I could see that and then menards top dollar hardware stores. Oh, yeah, right, yeah! Except for all the people that are like I'm not shopping at menards. Because I don't WanNa wear masks. Ohio and most counties you ha-. You'll have an option so half to fucker. Half, my favorite is like I got in our facebook argument with this guy constantly in a facebook argument like. One I love it anyway. He was like I'm not wearing a mask I'm not spending any more money in Reynoldsburg. If they make me wear mask and I was like well. You're going to have to shop out of state because. Not Every Kelly, though no, but you're gonNA drive pretty far now and Kansas all of the surrounding counties. Yeah, he's like I'm not doing it and he's like I'll just order it now. It's against my rights and I like you'll make other people go against their rights. You. Wearing a mask at the gym socks at all, I bet so much. It's not even funny. Yeah, how much it sucks! I'm sorry it's fine. That does suck it does. But you gotta do. We gotTa do if you're GonNa, go to the gym. One of my kids came up the other day and grabbed my mask and like pulled it back and then let it snap on my face. Well Yeah, and you didn't slap that kid I did not let kids tongue. Stub don't let kids talking. You can't say that. You. Let them tongue I do not well. You caught them tongue in. You're like. Stop doing no. Stop Stop. Stop. No don't do it I catch him. So I found the slogan for Twenty Twenty. Oh on the slogan for Twenty Twenty as well Shit. My slogans got? Beat your slogan, okay. Japan's theme parks have banned screaming on roller coasters because it's spreads corona virus. Please scream inside your heart. Yeah saw that. Please scream inside your heart. I did not have that story I. Don't think I did maybe I did how? I bookmarked it. Yeah, because that's great. It's it's good. Did you see the picture of the to? The Chinese Japanese I'm sorry. Japan Japan, the two Japanese. There's the picture that was going around to Japanese guys sitting and there's nobody else in the rollercoaster listening in the front. And they look like they're about to kill themselves. Oh, probably like I'm getting ready to commit suicide on roller coaster so happy yeah! So abby that's your slogan for twenty twenty years. We are now entering the Animal Crossing Plug era of twenty. Twenty at the fuck is happening. Somebody designed above you know the. Maybe! You're familiar with this. It's really popular with the CAM models I've heard. There is this. The only family. Only fans. Cam Models are live, only fans post pictures and videos. You can talk to them. For Ten dollars a month. Some of them are a little more. The, ones I would. How do you keep up with that? Popular on only fans. You're paying ten dollars a month. You're paying ten. Dollars a month to watch this chick. Do Whatever to herself or or talk to you. Yes, she's just responding with like I. Don't I think when you're getting? Paid that much you do it all day true probably. Anyway. A popular thing with the CAM models I've heard. Is this marital aid that is Bluetooth enabled. So you can link the Bluetooth to your phone and people can tip you, and it turns us off on Oh. This same marital aid has now been turned into a win. Your controller would vibrate in animal crossing and now turns on your Marital Aid Oh my God so like when you dig a hole moon. I've ordered you one now. Dude know what do you mean? No, even get on animal crossing yesterday for the first time and how long it's been a long time. You've been on literally every day except for yesterday and the. Since the game has been out. Yeah, well now because I didn't I didn't do it like the first two weeks while when you got it. Yeah, it was a week. It wasn't too okay. Yeah. That's kind of crazy. I know you already sold your turnips. Worried. Not that I worry when I do worry but anyway. I don't know how to stop saying. I know, but it's so much work and I. Say this first name. Queen on Karen. Just make it up. Karen is so upset. Target is telling facemask that she attacks display. Yeah I saw that, too. Yeah, did you see the video? No, I don't need to I. I have a lot of Karen stories this week. Well fucking Cairns going on the Karens are real life Cairns are mad that you're calling it Karen. Because like I'm a care now. I'm getting made fun of for being a Karen. which if they're not really a like Karen Nature there. Just name is Karen that would kind of suck right, but. I mean. I have a cousin Karen who like the sweetest person ever is this. Is this the lady that you have a relative on facebook that you? I love this. Whatever no Shan't. She does the most racist shit ever you know like it's just not like her. That's not am. I grew up and now I know I will. I broke that today? I I had to I couldn't do it anymore. So she posted this thing and it was a line of protesters across the road, blocking traffic, and it said these people need arrested. And like I would have ignored it like his. It's just there's no point but then one of her stupid ass. Friends commented like or run over like I was like well I was hateful, and they're like well. I'm sorry you feel that way, but they like so. Blocking traffic is a death sentence now like that's what we do. We run over people because they're blocking traffic. I agree. I I. Don't know what else to add you know. You have worked up the story of her so much into your head. That? It's just like this thing. Now I know and I. I was like maybe I should like do that. Thing on facebook where you take a break and you don't like. You couldn't do that for a month if you had to know, take a break for from the person like they don't see their post I've done it from I've done it for several people. Turkish garbage collectors opened a library with all the books. Citizens Discard from their trash. Oh that's it why what site about that? All these people discarding books. Yeah, now the garbage men are fixed it. That's Nice I just thought it was kind of cool I was desperate for stories at one point this week like I'll keep that. It's kind of cool, though yeah, is it big? Yeah, it's huge, really you. Stop saying like that. Best Library in the world. So good so much book. Very very book. There is possibly a book smarts their book ever yeah. Above the law of these books can't prosecute them these books. You can't show you financial records I mean audited Fake News, yes? Sorry Anyway. Speaking of. Your boy boy, he's not my boy. I hate that I wanNA throw up now. Trump is all four masks. He says it makes him look like the lone ranger. I'm wondering how he thinks passing these masters one. My favorite is sitting in the car I work and driving. and seeing somebody in a car next to me by themselves, wearing a mask. Is this your car and you're in there by yourself, my dude! So I will like when I'm going just running to the store like I will, or if I'm going from a place to another place where I have to wear a mask, I'll put it under my chain. Yeah, like a beard. Yeah, and I'll I'll. I'll do that I. did it more when I had a tie them in the back because I didn't I wanted to? Reduce the risk of me tying my hair into it and so I did that more then, but now that I've just been using the medical ones like I just put him under. My chances are not disposable. Excuse me. Tells my story one. No. I'm sorry I. Didn't know you're eating. Family finds man still in ICU three days after cremation. Here's your beloved spouse Oh my God. Oh Way We're wrong. He's right here cremated the wrong. Who Do they cremate? Who Do you think by got one dead? It now, but that's like kind of fucked up to where you're like who is this? WHO. Somebody's getting fired. Or not or not? Wearing a pandemic, it's different. I guess. Here's another story for you, okay? Woman who screamed at Barista for wearing a mask now wants half of his hundred day tip. Yeah, yeah, because she was, she was yeah. She suffered emotional damage for being a piece of Shit. Maybe she shouldn't have been a piece of shit. Cartoons deserve nothing. Yeah, that's that's crazy. Yeah, I wouldn't have this under tip. Bitch, fuck you. I'm GONNA, sue. Coal, so not gonNA whore. WHOA. Like I. DON'T CARE I'm sell over like people just like yelling at minimum wage workers. For policy that they had nothing to do with. or Just doing their job I'm still very. Now, here's what I'm afraid of. If I get crucifiers, okay. I this is what would terrify aunt. Coronavirus patients severs hours long direction due to blood clots in his Dick. Says peanuts but I placed it with Dick. I'd hate to have to says how you for more than five minutes, but I would. I'm sure it's doesn't feel good. Having blood clot after the first time Oh yeah. The blood clots in your deck. Probably not I don't think blood clots feel good I. Don't know I've never had a cloud that I know I don't I haven't either, but I'm just saying like. What's the longest direction you've ever had? I've never had an erection. Wow, that's sad. You should really find someone that can take care of you. Well No! I. I found this five minutes probably from. What, not very long. I mean a lot of blood. Get like Ed concentrated area. You know. caddy sin three minutes okay. Can I not read the story? That was great. That was fine. You usually say you're welcome. At the end to which I think is a little demeaning to me, but it's funny. I'm used to it now. You're welcome what I would say. I know. Cats may know their names. They just choose to ignore. You. Know True Dexter! Dexter. He looks at me all the time. Do it now, no. Okay! He's Macklin, not petting him. He is mad. He's literally sitting on the table. Right next sitting. With his head turned the other way because I saw petting him, so we can record right, and he's also like every once in a while, he will look at you and then look back away. Yeah, I don't want. Dad knows looking at him. Yeah, he's. He responds to meat constantly he does. He'd never response L. Dexter. Yep exactly timid. Treats Ville is not worked. Straight state. Representative Urges Ohio to stop getting tested for Corona, of. You see this piece of shit the other day. He looks like a piece. I think he also uploaded a video where he's like look, it lowers your blood. Oxygen let all kinds of dump things and there's this lady. There's other lady who's like. Oh! I have severe asthma and COPD and she where she puts a mask on, and just stop testing there would be less positive cases, and we all go back to school. That's like I. Don't know if you noticed this I I will facebook stock my father. Yeah, because I won't be his friend on Facebook, and it's not because he's never asked me to be friends. He's never sent me a friend request I had facebook. I so he can send me request. I was there. I? Okay, he said request on twitter and instagram he. Did you just send me a facebook one? But I will get on to look at his page because my father, I love him I truly do. But. He posts some pretty wack ass. Shit sometimes. And the other day he got, he didn't get a facebook strike, but he got. He got that blurred out. Thing where it's like. Hey, this is not true. And I was like. Oh, now I really WANNA. See what this is. What is it what is owned? It wasn't as bad as I thought, but it was definitely something that was not true and. Maybe he'll notice. That maybe would be like facebook facebook so there. There's this girl that I went to school with and she posts. She's a non vaccines are and she's an anti vaccine. and. She has fallen very far down the conspiracy rabbit hole. Sure of life because that's what Danielle. Know She. I think she was your kids I don't know none of my thirteen of them that she. Can't keep her legs close Oh. My God stop can be we. You think I. Don't know what's known my. Four Jesus is. Six I don't know a hold on seven. Anyway. Wait. Did you mean to make that ramp. Anyway. Now I've forgotten where I was going with this ours fine to smell. You're you're weird? FACEBOOK, friend. That's anti vaccine. ANTIBAC- yes, so she shared this saying talking row Oprah and Somebody else's is on house arrest for now all over recall. Remember that 'cause I. Say your story on Oprah She's on how Sarah Apparently on house or For. Mafikeng kids child porn. Like that. That's legit okay well. It is a legit. It is a legit thing that does happen. However, I don't think that this particular person has committed this crime. Stupid. So I was probably is, but anyway I I was like okay. What's your source? And she didn't respond to that and so I looked it up because I was like this is. A search facebook idea what I do, I do. You should try it sometime. No. Anyway. This is my outlet. So I looked up and there's literally no besides like one channel on Youtube. That is a conspiracy channel. There's no source online, so I just. I took like four. And I was like. Hey, these are the sources saying you know this is not real. Whatever likes you? What's your source and? she was like you used USA Today. Try and find me something. That's not mainstream and I was like okay, so I so I. I did so I found one I was like. Hey, this is the source lawyer wrote a blog, so I wrote a blog and sourced it. No, so I so I I came back and I was like look. I found it was like a college in Buffalo or center. That was like this isn't mainstream and I was like. Here's a Yar. Here's like that's definitely not mainstream. Anyway, no continue continue anyway, but she never respond to me so one of your friends who named his Kid Anikin? Dude, a friend is a strong word. Guy I know who is the same age as me in highschool? Yes, named his child Antica so he messages me and he goes. You can't argue a stupid and. I didn't know what argument he was talking about because I'm in several right now. And I was like. Yourself as I was like what are you? Are you talking about? And he never responded so I really WanNa know what are you meant? Was He talking about? Was He talking about that one? I'm assuming because right after that. I don't know. But yeah, she's super. Yeah Anyway Oprah can we I don't. How have we not charge? Oprah with several hate crimes when she do. She gave us Dr. Phil she did. and. That's unforgivable pitch. Did she give us. The Doctors Dr Oz doctor. AUSE caused number two. Does, she gets the doctors. The Doctors L. I duNno, I think probably though I think he got he lost. For the doctors came around so they. Dr, Oz was telling people how to do push ups against the wall. Did Yeah by the way does not. THAT'S NOT UPROAR HELL! Anyway Quote. No one told me in quote. Dad Man serves five more years in prison then he had to. Oh. Shit, that fucking sucks. Yeah! Talk about Shitty Man. Why. What happened? It was like a religious prison in Samoa. Oh like run by a religious organization, they're. Doing a good job. Yeah, it's Kinda, sad sense but. Groups. No one told me I didn't have to be here. Healthcare though I guess that. That's like the girl that got released because her name was the same as somebody else's in the new black and she goes to train station just sits. Oh, yeah, and the guy goes to find her and he's like she's like I didn't have anywhere to go home. That's really sad, so this is a story from New Zealand. So. I'm not sure what the border is, but it's the police on Ns w slash. Border Quiz motorists by asking them to identify deep fried potatoes. Okay, so they're going down the line and being. Like prison if it's like a ticket I think it's like. Okay fine. Fine Weird. Weird story, it sounds like it. Canadian store temporarily closes after every item. SCAN COMES UP AS MR potato head. Somebody's birthday went really. When I worked at cracker barrel, we had to do the audit. Where they had account literally every single item in the store. Yeah, have it scanned hin? Oh my God. It was terrible so. Really Yeah, we we did after they closed until like three or four in the morning. We all had to be there. My boss had literally just left the week before. Yeah, I was about to leave I was like a week or so away from leaving myself. And I was so pissed at him for leaving sticking us with these two annoying girls from these these the two other local cracker barrel. In to help run it. They were both like. Super Annoying and not very nice and yeah. It was ter. Oh, my gosh, so I can't imagine like that happening. How terrible would be also because I? Remember like the week before Eric Left, we were just eating stuff in the back evect. Yeah, yeah, we'll just write it off. The, okay, man! He's like look. This box looks ripped. We can't sell a box of ripped moon pies. We can't. We can't yeah. You're supposed to destroy it. Put it like. The Wall there was one section of destroyed food that you could like. You're supposed to destroy that. We all just picked from always right. There's always a bunch of good stuff to still they're. Probably, not because the to the one that you took over, it was like a huge pain in the butt. She was like that was like one the first thing that she probably got rid of. Chef all the rules. So when the manage the district manager would show. We'd be only got. Throw it away and start fresh lead. which we would. I mean come on the truck like Oh. You're not allowed to sell it like that. We have this was A. You get credited for it, and then you destroy it. We would be like you're GonNa like the box of moon pies's completely fine. It's just a ripped box or a wet box in the plastic packaging. Oh. I. Mean That was a? He was a great boss to work for a guy to work for I still talk to him on twitter all the time. But. Howard anyway. We had. We had to do that with when I worked at David's bridal with the dresses. On the dresses we the, no, no, we were there so late. Oh, that kind of stuff retails a terrible job. At one time I was helping this girl get into a wedding dress and I had cut my finger. And it I had a band aid on it, and it was fine, and then when I was like trying to get the stupid dress on the aid came off, and the cut had opened, and I bled a little bit on the string. And I was like Oh fuck and I was afraid of getting in trouble, because literally I was like eighteen nineteen. I was so scared so I took it to alterations because they have like really good, stain remover and stuff like that. Bt Dubs. If you buy your dress from David's bridal is probably stained removed from it maybe blood. We don't know and I took it back there and the girl was like. Man these. Coming on their periods and bleed on the dresses, and I was like Oh! Damn that's nasty. You bought your your dress from. David's bridal ordered it though because I wanted to ensure okay Gotcha whatever you think. Whatever makes you sleep at night is fine. Like you justify, but but I. my sorry will be is different. For. My dress like. Maybe, it was from a different Shaw maybe I. Don't know for some bitch. Blood all over it. I was like Oh fuck. That's Gross, yeah! Also Nasty. Girl are nasty here. He's a gross. Thank. You don't think they're gross. Oh, they are! They're just part of life. Well I mean you get older and you don't have to worry about it. True or you excited for that part of like not having to do that. Not excited about the get older part, but. It's fine. You're already. A third of the way through your life style. I mean you probably are as you say that that's fine? Let's meet about that. You'RE GONNA YOU'RE GONNA, be like ninety two. Oh, I'm not going to be ninety two. You will be by yourself if you're ninety two I don't want to live dead. I will have been dead for. A Daresay a decade. Eighty, two eighty, two's pushing it. Man Eighty is pushing it. I don't want to lose my my mental faculties. Yeah I, don't either. I. Don't think anybody does yeah. Oh. Woman says she is entitled not to wear a mask in home depot because of white power. Okay. No but. I just don't get it I don't either. Don't get it all. It's not it doesn't make any sense. Navy sailors please stop buying L.. S. T., online. For the love of God. If we get one, just give it to you. To stop buying it online apart in Jurassic Park where the T. rex carrier comes on shore. Cheese I. Sit there all just met down. Apparently they're just going like on their offshore excursions. Yeah, on LSD everywhere, making the navy look bad. Accomplish. Shit. Couples should wear face masks during sex new. Studies insists okay. I mean you just sit there anyway. It's not wouldn't be that hard debris. All your is. You never scream. Daddy thanks saw. What. Do at one no. I don't understand why you won't do once. No. Kin to the right move. I'm good I. Know You're no fun. Doing it. Don't wear Deodorant Berlin Transport Company says why. The BVD said it was hoping to harness the power of body odor, which can be especially potent. On a package underground in in the summertime to help offending mask wears changed their ways. It's suggests people for the odorant adding cheekily. So now you still want to have your nose out in quote. We went. antiquing couple of weekends ago and thing I hate about antiquing is it smells like dead people? It does smell. It smells like my grandparents house. Yeah! But wearing the mask I did not smell at all right and I wasn't as bothered by the antiquing I still hated it. But in hate it as much because it did not smell as bad musty I, guess would be the I. Do hate the smell of body odor though. Like when I get home from the gym and I'd like my sweating. Spending stopped and I'm like cooled back down. All like raise my are rubbing on God. That is horrendous. Yeah I. IT smells terrible to me. I have a dot here a deodorant in my purse at Yoder network. Really. I keep one of my car in the wintertime. Why don't you just have good deodorant now? It's like if I forget like. Oh. Home I have a chance to do it. See mightier terance on top of the drier because I don't have a closet. I have to hampers in a clothes rack by the. Laundry Room And so my deodorant sits on the dryer, I get dressed there every morning, and that's the I. Know it makes sense yeah. My thing about you versus me in the morning is. My routine is the same every morning. And Yours is always booking buck wild, a different sure like fuck I gotta like bake a cake before I go to work here like what? Are you doing. Bake it the night before bitch. or You every morning your morning every morning. You're literally running around with your head. Chopped off Ham, you are! I'm like what? I don't know how you do it. That would bother the fuck out of. You doing it in the morning bothers the fuck out of me. I'm laying in bed me like what the fuck is this bitch doing? Because I do the same thing every single morning. He'll sit up. Yeah, I, do my Sudoku. Right directly you have time to do. Before you leave. That's not even I'm not even done yet. I know just like like I do my Doku. Finish the water that I have my nightstand whatever I. Get up and now. I make my coffee. Make getting up and making my coffee I listen to. and. I wake. Up I on NPR, Mike by Yourself, then I will sometimes listen to the daily depending on if it's a topic I like. If I don't like the topic. I'll listen to it in the car on the way to work. If I, have enough time away back in bed with the cat and do my crossword puzzle. God, how often do you have enough time? Well? I do the mini crossword puzzle because I don't have the subscription anymore. So like today. My mini crossword puzzle took me. It took me two minutes fifty one seconds to do today's. Two minutes twenty four seconds is yesterday four minutes three seconds the day before. Eight minutes two seconds onto the the day before that I was not a very good day for me. There's some really big words that. No Stop Yourself Daddy so something like I. on Sunday, it took me a minute thirty to do, but like Saturday took me seven minutes. So some days I'm better witching. And then I listened to up first on the way into work. I did the same thing every day, not I, but the daily or fresh air. If I liked fresh air better depends on which one I liked more than eight course breakfast. No I don't eat breakfast. If I eat breakfast, cheerio window by always have a cup of coffee. I. Do my job every morning. The same thing every morning the morning I don't do that. Is the morning sure here to bother me? The only time I. Don't do that. Hit Snooze four times, my God and drives me insane Oh I'm sorry. Just get the fuck I. I've started setting my alarm later so I just get. Hit Snooze until. I, get up. I'm like Oh Shit! I'm -ly. Jump out of bed or I. Wake up and tell you that you need to get up and go. What time do you? Have A. Work. Like seven twenty do it is seven. It is a fifteen minute drive at minimum minimum. Yeah, maybe even twenty because you drive like. An old grandma. Do. 'em The cat is usually yelling at me, so then I'm up and I'm talking to the cat and I move and I turned my flashlight on so I can see and I go and I. Wash my hands and put my context in, and that's sometimes sometimes I go to the bathroom I it depends on. What? How I feel Halley. Last soda was the night before and then I go. And I feed the cats. Sometimes I do it before I put my context in some no to do it after it just depends on how much the cat is annoying me. I grabbed my lunch stuff. Yeah, which you packed your lunch today before, but then you're also still packing it that morning. No, okay, okay. Just in the fridge I have rabbit out of the fridge in the freezer. Right Dick all right, you know. This I've told you this. You say that no. Hold onto this. You're right. Anyway. And then I come back in because you could buy, and sometimes you're super annoying about it. When I just like okay bye I wanNA. Go right to sleep. And then somebody's. Let's have a conversation for twenty minutes. I'm running late, but I let's talk about what you want to do later tonight and I'm like half awake. From your loud knocking. The other thing you you forgot to mention is like. You have your flashlight on on your phone, but you're literally walking into every fucking wall every fucking door. You're stepping over your own shoes. It's because I. Don't have my contacts or glasses on because you do it as you leave. Do Shit I'm clumsy want. The door you leave in the morning sometime. You don't I. Lock it more often than night, okay? Sometimes I'll get murdered in the morning without the. Sometimes I won't just depends on one day for that to happen. Oh my God I lock it more often than woman comes in here and seduces me then I guess you're fucking. Somebody else's problem what buck. The do it go for it if a woman for accommodate. The APP traveling if they woman walks in here and seduces you. You have full Li just do whatever the fuck you want. I don't even care anymore at that point. What if somebody wants? Inky for listening I'm Elliot and that's Tessa. Tested he got that last Florida. Man Story, okay man says the three syringes found in his rectum, weren't his. What what do you think your line of thought is with the first one you're like? Okay the first time you're doing this. This is not his first time. Let's point that pit three the first. One right. You're just putting in one and it's like a bow butterflies. Sirat how meth out do you have to be to put something up? You'd have to be really messed up because you refuse to me. Even look at your I would. Just, say text me picture of it and you won't do it. No, I for my personal. Knocked the fuck out. Then after one I can do to. mean. After the first one shove has many up there as you can. It's like a purse ray. God's purse majors bursts. I got some blowback from my Hitler comment last week by the way. It was the clip I put out or like. Oh Hitler Hitler is the most patriotic things you could do. People like dude. What that's like. If you're listening and you've listened this far in. Anything that we've said the ever. In the like seventy three episodes we've done is real. You're the fucking Moron I apologize. If you're sitting in a room, no fuck! No I was any. Remember what you said Oh I was. You're like what's the most patriotic thing you can do. Kill Hitler's. Hitler, Hitler so Hillary's. Hillary was an heaven. Gods that if whoever kills the free pass so? I'm audit dog. All like that's what I said I forgot who gave you back. There was some random podcast dude who was like we should exchange podcasts reviews okay. Dude I don't think I can say. Okay okay sounds like I. OPT. For Real. If you ever listened, and you think anything I have said ever Israel, no matter how serious I might have sounded. I am almost always saying whatever comes the top of my head ever. Recorded that. When we recorded that like thing talking about what was going on, that was yeah. That was real like there's been. There's definitely some of that stuff. We're way more liberal than. We come up. Don't speak for me. He's way more. Fan. I don't think that's. I can't tell you how many. Terry our podcast has gotten me. Flop not blocked, but like hey, let's like you know. Do you WanNa be on our podcast or like. Early and then. Send them the Lincoln I never hear. All. The other thing is like we have almost one hundred people that listen weekly. Yeah, so there's definitely still people who are listening and if you ever listen, thank you. Yes, we appreciate again like anything I have said if you ever like. Wow, he's gonNA. fucking like fucked up like you're like you know that like there's three people room and one of you is like an idiot, and if you can't determine which of the two is the a like? You're the idiot. Thank you. You're like this is real. This is real life. You are the idiot my read. The realty is in your ears between those years between one and year two. On Let. Anyway. I rambled. This is going to be like thirty five minute forty minutes. I. I like it was just like to. He's like dude. I was kind of funny but like. Sorry. Why would you even touch it I? Sorry? I'm sorry he's trying to break my. Things I'm not trying, not yours. Don't touch it, okay. But. What did he say? Oh? He was like he was like. Oh, it's funny. He's like the humor is a little like Raunchier than I thought. We're probably not a good fit and I was like. Review. Like I don't care share. Yeah, I was like okay man. That's that's people. I always find to take really. They take themselves a little too seriously. I care about this Yang, but like the one we're doing. The book film were doing I put in. I have put in a fuck low of work to me that late. LEGIT legit. This is a just US fucking off being stupid. We yeah, for however long we do it to make ourselves feel better right because usually afterwards, go and have really great sex afterwards. We're really good mood with each other. Why why are you that face is your ridiculous? It's okay to let people know that we love each other we don't. Okay, can we be done now? Yes, all right bye.

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Returning to Work? Best Practices in Our New Reality

No Ego

1:02:01 hr | 2 months ago

Returning to Work? Best Practices in Our New Reality

"Before. We jump into this episode of the PODCAST. I have some really exciting news big opportunity for you. The dish. The DRAMA TOUR Twenty twenty. Yeah, we're going virtual. August twenty eighth again, Mark Your calendar August twenty eighth get your tickets now because of August twenty eighth, we're bringing of virtual experience just zoom meeting. It's going to be phenomenal. I'm GonNa, give you a reminder of the core principles. So bring your team or new to the the philosophy, and then we're going to go deeper and we're going to focus on how to apply reality based leadership waspy to. Our Times today, we're going to make relevant I'm going to introduce you to my Dream Team I'm going to bring in some special guests and I'm going to coach some of you one on one for all the sea. So get your tickets and in when you get your tickets, we'll send you more information about how you can get your hands on some exclusive merchandise and How you can apply to be coached by yours truly. It's going to be amazing. You're not gonNA WANNA miss out on this get your tickets today hit the link below. I want to jump in here quick because after for the podcast I get so busy talking to Sarah Morgan with Buzzer Rooney LLC that I forgot to really let you know about some incredible resources in so I need either now the woman blog it's called the buzz on hr blog inches incredible podcasts called leading in color podcast, and I absolutely did not want to have this podcast go out without letting. That Sarah Morgan's blog the buzz on hr you gotta subscribe and leaving in Color podcast is another place scribe in review and let's grow her audience that she set great content she delivers and great guests that he has on and definitely if you want to build a organization that isn't just working on Eliminating bias but this actually anti-racist, she has such great resources and has a conference coming up H. R. I human return on investments writes in. So you really need to connect with her and I'm excited to be able to suggest again. So check her out. This is the no ego podcast where did the drama and entitlement and transform your world place I'm signed Wakeman. Welcome everyone to another episode of the No Eagle podcasts I am Cy Wakeman, the host I don't even talk to anymore about our plans for this season or that season basically every week I am now calling in my angels calling in the people who could hopefully help us get through the next week and some top of my list always Sarah Morgan. Welcome to the. Thank you for having me. I'm excited to be here. I was trying to figure out like when we first met I think it's been forever ago if it's creeping on ten years, 'cause I WanNa say like twenty twelve maybe so it's it's been. It's been longtime. Yeah. Well. Our time on the PODCAST. Fire. Yeah. It's like I'm willing to open it up to new folks that I have my go to's where emily this isn't each operations issue and I want to bring in people who practice HR operations like not that you don't strategy lake somebody who agreed with really been philosophy leadership would do because they're so alliance, you send an HR game for a long time you're kind of a legend at the Shin level on when I came in a met new as a speaker and progressive and other good things. But also very cool. You're one of the many of us that have side hustles and so you ended the business Buzzer Rooney I love it Yeah and Maseru me, LLC but you do all kinds of amazing work. With businesses in speaking INS, all of the hug you describe yourself. So, oh goodness At this point, I will go with writer. Consultant and coach. That those are those are the three terms that I'm using I am the chief Excellence Officer Buzzer Rooney LLC. I've been writing and speaking on human resources, management and leadership for almost ten years. Now, I've been an active practitioner for twenty which I can't even believe I can say isn't it? I spent most of my career in by light industrial retail environment. So very like frontline vary in in terms of the demographic of employees. So not I get the high level issues and then I get. The very like again, those very much frontline issue. So I'm able to see both sides of that Lens and that makes makes me flexible and it makes the ride enjoyable like there's never a dull moment in my human resources world under that for sure. So I'm happy about that and my businesses been thriving. We hit a bump right at the beginning of the pandemic like most people. But then after George, Floyd's murder so many organizations were looking for training and leadership and strategy surrounding how we become more inclusive. How do we have these conversations and so that has has really taken on a life, its own and my plate is full at this moment, and then I also have my own event coming up in October. So between those two things like you know twenty th, this is not the twenty twenty I envisioned but I'm but I'm still excited about everything that I'm going to be doing sounds amazing. Go as needed the I don't think any of us None of us knew what was coming our way but I also just none of us knew how much amazing growth we would have the opportunity to do in this year. Is. Not, going to go through a victim, it's like I wanna get what I came for I want. In the lessons I haven't yet learned I'm Kinda in a hurry like let's let's let's get enlightened on some of this stuff but again, yeah I you and I were talking earlier when the coal bid on the World Health Crisis Started But then you are a definite reach out to me when George was murdered and the people running back and civil wait a minute. If that's murder all of those things murder and half of the United States, it's like Oh. Wow. I didn't think of that and. That times like in the beginning everything I said to be empathetic. Just showed my additional racism like be. Surprising. And people are like the fact that you're. A friend. So we definitely WanNa talk about Your expertise in helping people like hold space and. On, the surface in their diversity efforts like one intentions, but you know kind of band eighty. What that looks like but. I also have questions from reader leaders from listeners readers to. About safe return. To work when I think about the leader's and the people I talked to. They WANNA know how to have a foster open dialogue in increase understanding. That's one set of questions. How do we Serve the needs of many people in where they are in the spectrum. Some just kind of waking up others. Exhausted for how long it took people to wake up and everything in between. In your tits for helping people return to work. So which one do you want to start? That's a lot. We only have you know an hour an hour. So I will say, let's start with tips for people returning to work. Let's start there. So you're in the thick of this you've got. People even going in people's houses I mean barred again livery says yeah. Does does that as well and it's definitely difficult. So because our company is nationwide, we never really stopped we just got really really slow So we really had to implement safety measures surrounding covid really quickly with employees wear masks and taking extra precautions surrounding all of that. So in that regard like we we have this population of employees. On the front lines and impositions that never stopped, and then you have a population of employees who did pause some of them ended up in furlough, and now they're starting to come back to the workplace, and then you have another population where cases in their area may be flattening a little bit and so they're starting to come from working out of their. Homes into working into traditional offices. So you've got three very different groups but I am seeing is that the folks who didn't get the opportunity to take take that break are really struggling with some some fatigue and in some cases, some burnout and that would be my first piece of advice to organizations of what to look out for as a leader. You've gotta stay in tune with your people and This is a lot you know to to be going through and to be working through, and you really have to be in tune with with your employees particularly those who have not gone through furlough and have not taken a break. If they've worked this entire time, do the pandemic it's really important. To check in on them and see how they're doing from. A, you know a mental health standpoint. Are they do they need a break? You know do they need need some time off or or something you know to give them a change in their schedule whatever the case may be to give them some pause and some breathing room. Before we head into the fall when the predictions are that, this is gonna all go crazy again because people get frustrated with like how do I do that? Like I need those people working? Well, lots of times you're getting a lot of people are having to constantly make decisions that are fatigued that marina info capacity whereas if you could put somebody out at full capacity and retreat somebody. You know that would be so important but I think most of US making those decisions are safe in our homes yet, and there's a privilege to the comes along with us being safe in our homes that we don't. Safe in in homes that are generally pretty comfortable too, and so we don't think about the person who doesn't have you know space in some some of US guys enjoy my family not everybody enjoys being around their family not everybody enjoys you know working alongside their spouse or perhaps I'm working in my spouse is still furloughed laid off and that energy is we are like there are so many different things that can be going on that can contribute to that person feeling fatigued than burn out and probably needing some measure of a break and so I think we have to be sensitive to that first and foremost because this is a. Long time for US to be in this state and it's normal and natural for us to be feeling some measure of fatigue. We've never gone through a crisis that has lasted this long in particularly you know in America we haven't you know our our events are much more short lived, and that's why I think you see a lot of people are mad and freaking out and going out and protests in about having to wear masks and things are not open. It's just the rage that comes from being inconvenienced sounds really silly. But it is you know and it's it's not unusual if in one of the things that I do. As, I like to nerd how on. History because I like I find comfort in context, right and so I've been reading a lot about the nineteen twenties pandemic. CNN and I think it was new. York magazine did a really great. Did some really great pieces talking about the one thousand, nine hundred s pandemic and comparing it to the one today and I read this stuff and I'm like Oh we're not so abnormal after all. Oh so this happened then to in. So the things that like. All right. So this is just Par for the course of a pandemic I don't feel so weird anymore And yet in those predictable human behavior. Is Soon. And so we can get out of that chronic shock syndrome where we're like what you know a reoccurrence. It's like well, they're usually now what we do is what we do and I think we have this idea in our minds because we've advanced so much technologically, and we have all these modern creature comforts that none of things that you do in a crisis are really gonNA apply to us. Because we have netflix. No Oh, you know all of the things that you stressed about. Then you're just going to stress about differently today you know we're still going to have those struggles, and so I think it's important for leaders to be thinking about that when it comes to bringing people back into the traditional workplace in like the white collar sense not talking about the frontline the really Important. Thing is just making sure that you're able to keep social distance in your office. We got through the first phase and we realized that our intention was to do it in three phases. We got into the first phase and we were like Oh snap. We can't bring. We can't do any than this. So there hundred roughly a hundred people in our office we have about twenty of those that are working in the office now because we're not allowing one on one meetings in offices you have. To go into a conference room, our conference rooms are only allowing two or three people. So we're in the office, but we're still doing zoom meetings. If someone is like, Hey, you know the the that kind of drive by your office. Hey, I just want to chat with you for minute script hold on. We got to put our masks on. We gotta go over the conference always someone's already in met one. Well, let's keep looking. We don't anticipate those kinds of things and once we got into. This thing going GonNa work we can't put twenty thirty, forty more people into this mix. We won't. We won't survive So. We're GONNA stay as we are in this phase probably until the end of the year and then look at it after that you know and see where we are and what we should do. So I think When you're bringing people back into the office you've got to be really. Cautious and really, and I would say do it in phases so that you can kinda try some things out and see you have to be prepared to spend some money like we had the by masks and sanitizer and corex whites and plexiglas because we have some seating that doesn't allow for people to be six foot apart. So in that case, we've gotta put you know more. dividers up between them So we had to do a lot of that. We ended up ordering some additional deaths. So we had like an area that we were using for storage that we went ahead and added we were like, well, we can't use this restorage anymore because we're GONNA needs to keep people spaced out. So we ended up moving desks into the area and just doing. Some remodeling fortunately, we did that while employees were on furlough school, we were able we were able to realize, oh, we can't. There's no way we can get six feet in between this area, but it takes time to be able to do that and it's going to cost you and so you have to be prepared for those costs as well, and if you can't take those things on. Just. Let people continue to work at home. It's disruptive like I went back into the office I WANNA. Say Mid June and after being out since mid-march and I was like, what is displace? What am I supposed to do like just things like you know the routine my normal routine of coming in and setting up and getting my coffee like ahead to find that rhythm all over again there is no point in disrupting that rhythm because at this point, people have found the rhythm of working. At home I know what time? I, get up I know when I walk on, you know I make my coffee at home on have to feed my kids whatever that is there in that rhythm if you can't bring that to the office again, just leave them where they are on. If they're not going to be safe there if you can't you know accommodate everyone if you're gonna put people in a situation where they have to sit at their desk in a mask for eight or nine hour. Would what are you doing that for just let them stay home it doesn't it just it isn't doesn't make logical sense I think we do it because it gives us comfort to think that we're getting. We're getting. There is nothing normal about sitting in a mask for ten hours like my husband has a he's in Bonn enforcement. So it's a different. Animal Very. Nice masks they have but I wouldn't want to do that and when he comes home, he is like I ain't going nowhere else 'cause I don't WanNa put another mask on all day long. So you have to think about like in your tent to create normalcy. Are you really causing unnecessary disruption and false illusion? It's like Of Security Alliance we feel like. If you have a project like, Oh, I'm GonNa Redo my bathroom going to menards and by entails. is a false sense of we got something done to. Yeah we got. Today it's the same get but the tiles now or even inconvenient because they've been in your garage for a year and a half that right park around. That so important that people would I'm hearing tree it just to recap because there's so many good ideas is look at your to motive for coming back if there is a business need and it could just to feel like you're making progress on. It almost sounds like as you bring people back pilot presented as very You know we don't know exactly how this is GonNa go. We're going to try it but it could choose tomorrow. It's almost like you need to onboard people again like a small damning to their new environment. I only recommend that because you have like we had to go through the process of letting people know how many folks can be in the break room how many folks can be in conference rooms? How many times a day you have to temperature checks if they're going to. Be Places in the building that people can't access anymore you've got to let them know that I know their workplace out there that have elevators like how many people are going to be allowed in La. You can't cramped ten people in elevator anymore or do they need to be in the elevator and they need to wear masks like all you do have to reorient. To all of that and when you're doing that and you know as you're thinking that through, you've got to ask yourself is this worth it and I think the answer in in more cases than what we care to admit is going to be no like this disruption is not worth it people are home they're productive. They're settled into their routines that that that false sense of normalcy that we're seeking is not worth this disruption. You know that's so interesting to hear from your side because I think everybody just assumes the goal is return to work get kids in school and take away the political agendas like even if you believe that kids should be in school. The disruptions GonNa come as at any moment that there's outbreak in that classroom you're going to be back. So you know what's better the? said in and look at the long term and say, this is GonNa. Be Awhile. On. I. Also think that one of the setups I've seen is. The organization taken total responsibility for the safety of the workers or at least. Creating the illusion of the organizations, lot of responsibility there. But if you're willing this out like we did all this planning while you were gone, we thought of everything we You know we got this you're gonNA bring anxious people back scanning the environment to find where they can create unique net where you didn't get it and incentive saying. We've done our best to think of the basics and we know that we have not personally experienced each work environment created. So now here's the shared accountability you go in and help us finish this off to keep yourself safe in ways that that you feel safe. You go in in in if partly. Your work to help us look at saying you know what? Everything's good except I have to walk through this really busy hallway ten times a day to get the file because I think people can get really passive and then the only job you leave them is to critique or drama around it. Instead of saying, we did this now partner with Austin, help us figure out on. The yeah, we've got this eighty percent of the way. Help US carry this over and I think that there are leaders who are afraid to admit that they don't know. What exempt like they don't have all the answers because we're accustomed to having all the answers in knowing what to do? Well, it's ridiculous to expect yourself to know what to do in something that you've never done before. There's no one who is alive and in the workplace who can tell us what it was like one hundred years ago the last time it we had this kind of global pandemic. So there's there's no reference tool that's going to tell you exactly what the right answer is. A lot of this is gonNA be trial and error, and that's why I think doing it in phases works well, because you can start off with a small group, probably your managers. And some of your in you know some of your folks who are more like highly accountable and more resilient to change like you. Kinda hand pick who those individuals are going to be and let them do exactly what you're talking about like let's walk around a little bit and see you know be here for a minute and see what happens versus assuming that you got it all figured out and you don't think about the crowd in the hallway or like our issue is like the break rooms it's like oh this isn't gonNA work. So we needed more microwaves and we needed another space where people could go to eat. So it's all of those kinds of things that. You're like, no we're just GONNA put up some plexiglass and give everybody masks and Sanitizer, and it's going to be fine and it's it's just it's not that simple. It's not that simple and I love the idea of like less pilot with either willing volunteers or people that we have sense or we know are hiring accountability what I'm talking about right now because I've taught everybody like really is accountability is like the holy grail on. Differentiating and strategizing, conduct your data. Willing in times like this, I want people to think a little bit different of straddle not strategizing strategy trying your data because someone could be really high accountable but has. A condition of anxiety going on. They could have some compromise immune system or they could have had some. Ways that that they've got some trauma triggers I think what's surprising? A lot of people is even at times, the Hayek cannibals one week can be. In I think we're surprised when we're seeing traditionally like are over functioning high accountable muzzle have some humanness going on in. So it goes back to let you said on the front line. I think we really need to think about like how we communicate and how we pulse survey and how we pulled demographics, not just about geographical location. But what does the experience people who have never had a break in benign winds and what does the experience of people who are home with kids that have senator I think we have to really look at our demographics of it differently and strategize how we can meet that group's experience and then know within that group's experience there's going to be all these individual variations I one company I. talked to the day really cool company and they fought hard and the I shouldn't said they fought hard the CEO was like absolutely. They gave everybody basically a pool of PTO pull up. Thirty. Days. Bed Use Hung, you need to wipe out the business. and. That was such grace for it wasn't that people were like, Oh, I got time off. It's knowing that they had the option in the support of. Time if needed whether it's child care whether it's know. I I stayed up too late watching Netflix like. People were really I. Think worried that people would take full advantage of it. Just hasn't been the case people have not specifically the case like organizations. That's pretty that date is pretty solid like organizations that go to unlimited PTO and things like that. The people you choose a think it's like two more days or something like that. The the stats are showing like people are not looking to take a bunch of time off they just want to know that their work life balances supported back goes so much further than than anything, and so you know organizations are not finding that people are abusing these these extensions of time and those sorts of things I've a woman on my team who she has two kids because they're six and eight and. You know. We finally, just like she kept talking to me like like there was an expectation for me that I that she was going to be coming back to the office and I finally just said to her look. When I need you, I can reach you. It's clear that you're getting your work done. There's you come. She comes in once a week twice check mail and do other stuff I was like but you have two small kids at home camps are canceled by all of this stuff is going on I have zero expectation that you are coming back into this office anytime soon. So you do not have to keep updating me tell me when you are coming back. You don't have to keep telling me about the fact that you're not coming back and and I could feel her exhaling well now, the the pieces is a lot of times. We don't need the lower the standard of getting the work done, but we can be so flexible in letting somebody. Resident because distress comes from working hard and delivering and still knowing you're chronically disappointing your boss on some standard than I. Think you know You're putting getting back to the data we forget that when it comes to. Human Behavior and human behavioral economics at HR and science in in research. That we have. Data to help people make good decisions on how to do this. But what happened so many times as people come up with an idea and then they just use opinion for how that will work out. Well, people will take advantage of it and I think it's so important right now that when we come up with. A planning session of ideas that we do the literature review we come in so that we aren't defaulting to people's opinions on getting to something they've never gotten through and then we can really offer you know there is research on that but you fear is unsupported and I've been saying a lot of people lately when it's returned to work, we don't accommodate fear like what you fear is unsupported, right? So now it is supported that what you fear. Is Without proper p. p. e., you know this viruses berry at contagious and deadly. That's supported but most of what I find people spending energy on is unsupported fear that trying to accommodate in rounding ourselves back into you know what we do know whether it's pandemic behavior from the Spanish flu or it's Happening offer them limited PTO or it's like, let's. Let's use what we know humans have evolved to the point that we can any more accurately plan the future. Than than before were slow to evolve that way, we're so filled with bias. My hope is, is that people just understand their emotions and their view of the world Just not even wonderful biased. No, it's completely by US yes. Oh, you've gotta do you don't check balances everywhere. So do you did you have any rivalry? A lot of companies are asking me questions about This weird conflict like. Some people never got a break. Some people got to work from home and the people that maybe were it and they had to get the office every day. No matter what. They're saying things like, oh, my gosh. You know were the ones who held up and you have the Christmas party that do you have any of infighting that is Kinda just misdirected Eisai there thankfully no but I've I've heard the same thing of of the employees who again you know distill had to come in because they had roles that didn't allow them to be one hundred percent remote versus those that did and. It's DIF-. It goes back to what you were saying before about the the the irrational versus rational fear. Know. This is an unprecedented moment and there's no one hundred percent right answer We can certainly you know in the future look at ways that may enable your position to be more remote but then we also don't expect this situation to be forever like we know history has shown us. This is a couple a year or two, and so we can't. Completely. Retool our business for something that's only going to last a year or two, and those are just kind of the unfortunate conversations about the the work that we all have to do that nobody wants to have But those are those important reality based conversations like we don't. We don't have. We're we're struggling to keep the doors open and a lot of instances. So I can't retool your entire position and. and. And Move My servers into your house like I can't do excite you know. That's. Going to happen, we'll end to focus energy on given. This is the situation I'd rather spend my energy supporting you in ways to be successful in getting you the breaks you need and getting new the support you need and think. So many of us are fixtures that we go immediately like that victims of submission reality was was different. But not using the data I love at your history. GIG and not using the data has really caused us to keep people on high alert for a long period of time like missile just be two weeks in one of my sons called me. UNLESS, we can eagles on my gosh mum I'm just realizing it's like your psychic or something and I'm like, what are you talking about with this hit in March? You told me don't even think about a return to normal to like the spring or Fall of twenty one and he's like in his coming true and I had half and I said I'm not a psychic having been in healthcare having understands what it takes to move through. A pandemic in understanding what we weren't that consistent in. On with a vaccine, not brilliant it was just a accurate position. But what I think happened is we have to take their people because we're like oil be a couple of weeks. Big Yale. They'll be able to be over soon. Exotic. and. Now it's not and and we're we don't know what's it's them. When if we told them from the get-go, we don't know how long like I don't know is an answer and as leaders we can't fear having to tell our people. I don't know but don't figure it out. We're GONNA figure in I think use that for. For growth I don't know so it would rather help grow you and your ability to deal with ambiguity uncertain. Is a great time to practice what we try and do we enable people we sent their growth by taking away either through. Basically being dishonest and giving him some answer in so that. Yeah I don't know how does that feel? I don't know as a parent I always said, Ito. Tell them will take longer than surprised someone that doesn't mean. I s they go out and tell everybody not dishonestly but folks settled him for. Twenty to? Settle in this decision length. Now, because I would never tell my kids we're leaving in twenty eight minutes. Now it'd be like having. We're going to be here pie an hour or more. So go figure out something. To Do to entertain yourself and then, and then if I'm leaving thirty minutes later they're like, oh all right. Cool. But what if inside I'm GonNa? Be Five minutes and then five hours later there. It's all that exasperation and you've got to, you know try to make up excuses as to why? Because if you just been honest with them, it would have been so much easier from the get go but we're we're afraid we're afraid to say I don't know. Well, I think one even things for afraid of is just people being clearly in their own experience I don't know where we got so afraid of someone being in grief or someone being like just in their own experience just where we got afraid of people going Gosh. Dang, this isn't my favorite I liked being at the office was plan is going to happen for a year. Home situation isn't that awesome bun given we going to know or change this. What can you? Do to support you. Moving to a different situation or improving the one. You have I. Think one of the ways we spin out of kind of the sitting in the the stating in the the hard work is all this wishful thinking on you intuitively and I'm not psychic and I'M NOT SAYING ANYTHING RIGHT In my business people went out immediately. They're like Oh. We have this course that we have this we have this in. My team might we're not GONNA put a bunch of action into for me felt more ego like I I can. Recreate myself. I can hustle and I can impact the world's. Let's sit back and allow. Let's subsidy impacted by the world. If. We do anything instead of going out there to keep you know revenue the same. Let's go out and live our vision intend to the people and get on. And support people for free ends. In let's just you know give a some time to think less. Some time to figure this out some interesting. Any other great tips for return to work? How are you handling? Do you have people who just do not WanNa be compliance with? Yeah That's still a challenge like like do I really have to wear a mask though that crowd and Yeah I've dealt with that quite a bit both in the office and and with the field. Now, the our our frontline employees are far less resistant to it like they just are like it's uncomfortable and as long as I can pull it off, you know take some deep breaths or whatever without my mask on then you know I'm good. I can survive but they acknowledged that it's uncomfortable but for the folks in the office, it's it's like it's all so unbearable like yeah. It's it's it's uncomfortable like no one wants to sit in a meeting so and that my thing has been I've had. A couple of employees that have had to say, you know we've seen you around you've been in, you know meetings without your mask on you're in common spaces about your mask on. How. Can we help you get more? Do you need a different math like what what do we need to do to kind of help you with this because either you're going to have to go back to working at home? Or. You're going to have to comply like there's not a deduction for you to be here and not comply with what would our safety rules at this moment Because I think I think they get into bargaining with people and said, it's only bargain. This. Has To be done and so they've been a few of those conversations not many but there have been a few conversations so I don't WanNa have to tell you that you have to. You can't sit that close to your friend at lunchtime or whatever it would be so much easier if folks with just comply with it but the but I also don't want to have to shut this office down to bring in cleaning people to sanitize because somebody is up here with the. Rona. So let's Separate and just do the things that we know we need to do or keep working from home yet, and then you don't have to worry about being too close. You can virtually lunch with your friends and you don't have to worry about anything but but you can't be here and not abide by the safety rules. That's not gonNa work and I think that every opportunity. We have to practice setting non-negotiables and kindly and. With a lot of carrying help people understand like I'm glad to help up the support help you comply but I'm not going to change the standard. Leaders and colleagues at needed those skills for a long time in this case. Clear. Cut. Laboratory for people you know really. Practice that I. I think it's so interesting in the people who have come to. There was just like I hate wearing a mask and I hate this and they just you know they bother me. They have been busing with the same bad masks for five. In late one and can't find and I'm like, why don't he get you like a comfortable mouse you in healthcare? That's why for safety pay so much attention to the fitting mass louis from compliance like if you are going to end up with source on your cheeks because you're not gonNA, do it. That's uncomfortable. So I get that. So you have to find something that's GonNa work for you and for me I've just like embraced I've got all kinds of little logos and funny sayings like Mike this it's only go cost me ten bucks saga I'm going to buy a bunch of them 'cause why not you know that's a Egypt's. One of your earlier books like if you can't get out of get into it into. I'm all in on this mask thing I'm going to be coordinated with my. And my you know my toenail Polish like let's do this. I mean the mask. So I WANNA change subjects a little bit because one of the things people are asked me a lot about is resiliency. And I. Some interesting because so many people have come up with their own best tips like and I know you have. A family that that you emotionally support and. Mom Trends and you know we all are going through. Are we all have our different places? We kind of fall apart a little bit. Good reason do have some good tips or you have prompt for yourself as good self care or what you have to pay attention to or Mike. If you wanted to help somebody else speed resilience when what what are your best tips or what did you learn? So one of the things and I can't even take credit for this. I'll credit Charlie. Pleasant was a licensed clinical. Social worker and Lisa Jen Hoffer who is a fainted colleges, which they focus on my grief and crisis management and I spent some time with both of them talking about this subject and they appeared on my podcast I'm talking about this subject and they talked a lot about you know the pandemic and the impact that it has on our on our nervous system then that our. Even though we may not even if you're not in a hot spot because of the new cycle and those sorts of things, our bodies physiologically, no things are off in the world and so that automatically puts you into that fight flight thing. So that's activated for everybody whether we want it to be or not, and when that happens every all your other energy levels go way down because you're conserving because your body doesn't know what it's what it's got to do. A long thinking comes in. My issued yeah has been like I lose words and I. think that's where that. Resiliency comes in because I've. I'VE IM-, I've been very kind to myself where it's like well, I don't know what that I don I forgot what I was saying well, I'm just going to start over like I don't even like I don't think. I. Have Been. And and I'm very honest about the fact that like my anxiety is high, my brain is foggy. I'm super forgetful. So I'm constantly making list making notes I'll be driving in the car with my kids and I'll be like text dead and say Blah, Blah Blah because I know if I wait. So I get home I'm GonNA forget but I can't text them while driving or You know I'm just going to pick up the phone and send a quick audio message sometimes I'll just you know do an audio message to mice though The brain, all the things that I I need to do because I know if I wait and so I get to where I'm going it's not I'm GonNa Forget about it I love it. So it's real compassion total vulnerable they honesty. And then up with some systems when we see people like age in healthcare, it's not that they aren't no longer able to be at home. It's that if they're willing to adapt make use of support systems or routines are tools or techniques, they won't be able to stay at home a lot of people here. Let's get you a clock with bigger dial on it. So you get reminded more often of what time it is and one I'm not going to have A. Con I it's not a crutch like it's it's just managing your I have tons of like alarms on my phone and posted here and there to tell me two different to do different things I. I'm just managing the situation and I don't know if I would classify that as you know the classic type of resiliency that we're seeing but I, but I still think it falls you know well into that because I'm I'm just going with where I am in this moment some days I feel super sharp and super productive and Days on your frigging nap and dependent and on whatever and I'm going to do whatever it is that my body feels like I need to do in that moment because we're in a pandemic and I'm I know my anxiety is high and a half to be compassionate to myself. I'm GONNA break down and I don't want to do that can't afford to do that in so many different ways. So I have to find ways to do that and that would be my thing that I would encourage people like stop fighting. For this normalcy in this, this is not a normal moment. So let's stop trying to like find pockets of normalcy certainly but let's stop trying to fight four normal C as if it's GonNa make a difference 'cause it's not. You know. So you're much better off just going with the flow of this moment and finding ways to be compassionate to yourself and other people that you know that's that's it and give and give grace. You know for a long long time. It's like we over function you know at the cost of ourselves Mesler way through and we've got our match like is not a way to muscle through this. Now, you're not Muslim through this pandemic is not having them exactly the techniques I didn't on a techniques that got me where I'm like, you know just stay positive and reach out for help and. It's like it's almost like those finger toys those Chinese I think they came from. China woved. Party struggled the worst stuff out. Yeah. I think so counterintuitive to just be like or. I'm just going to go take a nap and maybe two hours. Now, this little look different I have found like I've even had to just reach out to people go. I'm thinking I supposed to follow up on something and I didn't. And can you Anna what you hoped? I would do after meeting with all about follow up and? Just being vulnerable. What I have found out is that most people give you back the grace they have received from you. So, if you've been harsh on people, they're pretty harsh on you. But in times you you get a mirror up for its gracie given people because Thomas how much you not bank account? How much that give you so we have a whole bunch of other stuff to talk about running out of time a little bit. So I'm going to Transition I know that you have compiled this incredible body of. Of Best Practices applications of good things to us right now today. When you're thinking about how to make workplaces more inclusive, and even put that together in a conference and I'm excited about it because it's one thing that listened to Pakistan. Pakistan get like. This is a good idea and this is a good idea to get a roadmap roadmap to get like you know I'm not giving you the rest of the formula you gotta bring discernment in, but here's a way to think your way through it. So when I saw your conference come out and Talking about you know, here's the roadmap. Let let's let me show you how it could be done I. AM super excited so that we aren't going to get to today is holding space for all of us being vulnerable as we come together and. Reckon with reality is it really is in regards to racism in our in our world as we come together and have that reality check which. Weren't prepared for and some of us are to. To even engage in new. Yeah. So, how do we do this? I love it. You heavy lifting for us. So time to me about some. Some. The conference coming up and how people can get involved. But what they're gonNA get there. Maybe some of your best tip since I hit, we don't have as much time as I hoped. Right. So the conference is called the HR summit. It's the human return on investment as a human resources practitioner. I have been to tons of conferences you and I met at one of those. A lot of the conference this turn out to be more inspirational than like educational impractical, and that was really becoming a frustration to me and as I talked to other HR people, it was the same and what was starting to happen is now it's like my organization won't pay for me to go to this conference or they've cut my budget for continuing Ed because I go to these conferences and I come back and I got nothing you know I got and it's like we talk about talking about. Solving the him but Leandra handsy like, Hey, here's the cheat sheet. Here's the like. Do these five things in the next six months and you'll see this return on your investment? Yes and So that's what the summit is about day one is going to be talking about pay equity I'm cleverly titled It work but I have my money is my shout out to. And so I am going to talk about how you do pay Equity Audit and when you find disparity, what do you do? How do you address How do you make a plan? How do you talk to your leaders in a way that will convince them that this is you know a necessary thing for us to do, and then the second day I'm calling anti-racist hr and we're going to talk about anti-racism a moving. Away really from antibiotics like I think we're at the point where we're Kinda anti-bias out we understand what biases that we all have it but anti racism is much more. It requires you to be much more active. It requires to take a look at systemic issues and how impacts your work and how it impacts you and to take action to do something about dismantling that cause is something like, Oh, it's attorney says I can. Really. Help it leads into that whole thing. Well, that wasn't my intention is that was your effect in. Look at the accumulative effect over somebody's career might were you know in icing people aren't used to looking at these things. In a way, it really says. We can't just know up this until sad about it we have to like. was that can change it. We're the ones was see I get all around the you get. Oh Yeah I mean there's so much and there's so much of our innovation as a nation when you when you look at America and the world so much of our innovation has been predicated on the idea of keeping certain groups of people oppressed whether that's women whether that's people of color whether that the disabled whether you know whatever it is there's always a we're always looking are. We're always innovating on the backs of somebody and that is something that you know as we come out of this pandemic because again, if you follow through history, what typically happens is you have this, you have a pandemic and then there's like this wash that happens afterwards where people are like who is over and that tends to lead to like a lot of drinking in those unhinged prohibition. Twenties rowing together roaring twenties were roaring because people. Outside talk about you know flappers all of you know banning alcohol it's because people were rip roaring drunk 'cause they were just happy to be out their houses. But then what happens is is people start to look at. The way that they worked before and they go oh, now you want me to go back to how it was before that doesn't work for me anymore and it tends to lead to revolution in industry and so for us in America that's when we started to see the Labor movements and we've moved to the forty hour workweek in all of the minimum wage and child labor laws. All of that, you know came out of one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety s pandemic, and so now we've got to start thinking about. Okay. Well, let's GonNa. Come out of this. You know what's going to be the thing that comes out of this pandemic and I think one of the big things it's GonNa come out of this is this dismantling of oppressive systems and I'm excited about that. And looking forward to it, and so I you know within the summit, I wanNA start to have some conversation about what anti-racism is what an anti-racist organization looks like and how you can start to move your organization. Towards that it's not gonna be a one and done thing. You're not gonNA come to this four hour workshop and have it all figured out but you. Will. Walk. Away with an a base understanding of the concepts, you'll know the key places within your organization that you need to be looking out for systemic issues and you'll know how you know what to do when you find those things and the other piece of it is that when the when the workshops stop precipitation can buy up into my coaching program so I'll have. Two Months of coaching where you know you've taken because that happens that's happened to me go to this workshop I. Hear this Fabulous Speaker and I've taken all these notes and get back to my desk and I want to try to implement this, and now I have a question or or get resistance from the decision makers and I don't know what to do with that. And the speaker is onto the next thing will in this case speakers not onto the next thing you're going to have the opportunity to continue to come back to the group and ask your questions I'll have additional coaches that will be coming in and talking with the group about how to negotiate in how to use influence and more talk about how to personally become anti-racist. And so I'm super like excited about it. It's an idea that I've been sitting on for a while just trying to an sexualize it and I just felt like even before everything happened with the with George Floyd's death. I felt like something in me felt like this was the time to do it because I can do it virtually and really have the opportunity to make it small and intimate only doing thirty five people at the workshops and then fifteen people in the coaching group. So keeping it small and intimate and then that incident happened and now suddenly. It's really necessarily you know for us to be having these conversations so I'm going on. Keep using the word bittersweet because I don't have another word. It's it's such a bittersweet moment and I feel a huge like honor a huge responsibility to carry this properly because I feel like this man lost his life to bring this awareness to the rest of us and. That that that level of sacrifice is just unfathomable. It is it is and we've got a honor the many people who have lost their lives with. Action in what I love about who you're sending out your conference is it's it's a modern conference. It is no longer. We're going to sit together and go. Oh my gosh look at these numbers up here. Aren't they appalling it now we're going to look at your numbers. And we're GONNA talk to about it doesn't have to be that way in two years from now. It's still that way it's nine. Victim, it's on you Ryan and. I Love Them Sustainability. Piece as well. It's just it's important. 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What we're going through by the excited about the opportunity that we can emerge intentionally better like that we can have what I couples to make growth that that people didn't have to die in vain in. Revolutions happen. When you're asking people to go back to something distance even in a relationship if you have a bad relationship, the we're thinking happening is you are away from them a couple of weeks because you can really clear about what wasn't good about that. So this I think revolutions are going to happen. These changes are going to happen, but we've got we get to decide do we want to curate this thing together where everybody comes together and create something intentionally different Is this thing GonNa go to where we pay a lot bigger price where people have to why make somebody fight where a group fight for what they want already deserve trimester but ultimately Weiming fight for what's just a good thing to do in a better way to work so. 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Dealing with Cutworms

In the Garden

57:12 min | 1 year ago

Dealing with Cutworms

"This guard. And the food. Fergal. By someone bless me. Live from. Rain. It is time right now or in the garden with Peterberg Peterberg at the daily Gardner dot com, our program here on W D V is brought to you by Menards. Agw family true, value, your neighborhood yard garden and pet place on Brooklyn street in Morrisville by grow compost, Vermont outpost oils and mulches at grove, compos dot com. Route two and more town by the Willie store in Greensboro. Your true value store. Have they don't have it? You probably don't need it. Guys farm in yards Montpellier Morrisville Williston Saint Albans. Yes, four locations to serve you. Buy closets florist greenhouse and perennial farm in Colchester, high PNR lumber locally milled, lumber family owned and on route fifteen walk it. By your locally owned month peel, your Amway seeds and feeds and so much more right there on route two in montville montier. And by these flowers and garden, shop main street weights field, your telephone calls with your gardening questions and comments about how gardening is going this season. Always welcome. Our lines are open. Eight oh two two four four one seven seven seven and toll free. Eight seven seven to nine one eight two five five at here's your host Peter Burke. They don't. Hello. Hello, and good afternoon to you. It's a beauty out there and lots to do in the garden today. A great day for it. Yep. But I hope you guys are taking a break coming in for lunch and going to sit down and talk garden, we have weather so much to do it. Seems like everybody's talking about putting things in late this year. I know my wife's said, she wanted me to plant some more coal, collard, collard greens. So I'll be planting those this afternoon, and more kale and some more broccoli actually, the second planning of miracle, I thought you were going to say coal, Robby, would you? Well, you know, I of grown coal Robbie, but I figure it's so much like the stem of broccoli that I just grow the broccoli and we've stems I liked seeing the little split, Knicks grow. Early satellite. Well, I have to admit that we're was it was at a no-fly convention down in Worcester mass, and there was a guy there who had a ton of coal Robbie and he was cutting it up and passing it out and saying, you know, you really be try this. I it was delicious. It was actually fantastic and and well worth the trouble. My checklist of Ocoee, and grandparents brought there from the old country, right? They just cook it up, or boil it up, and, and until it gets tender enough. She puts them spices in. Oh, yeah. And I wish I knew exactly what it was. Because I, I when I do it myself that way, it doesn't taste quite the the way, I remember it. You know. So. No to one sells out there. If you have living grandparents get arrested recipes. Yeah. Well, I've got my book of recipes that I use, but. The, the poor kids have a hard time fishing through all that. And I keep telling myself at some point, I'm going to write all these down because I use them so often when I'm, you know, it's sort of is a is almost they go together. Perfectly is if you're going to have a garden, you probably need to learn a little bit more about cooking this for sure. Because that's the best way to use all your stuff as fresh into salad and and cooking some of the vegetables that come in way to win ago and will last year last week we talked about bucks. What's bugging you, right? There was a couple of missed that didn't even Kerr to me until afterwards. I was thinking at all over. I know there's more than what I was talking about. But one of them is the cut worm and the cut worm is if you've if you not sure what I'm talking about. It's about an inch long. It's sorta orangish looks like an armored plated worm and. Anytime. You're, you're digging around the garden. You're sure to come up and, and see one or two. My first introduction to the cut worm was planting lettuce sets came out one. Dan, let us set just laying on the ground now like somebody had cut it off. And I was looking around and wonder you know, two months when do that. And they were going to do it. They eat the whole thing, usually snails, if they come up and, and they'll devour the whole thing, you know, they're not going to go leave it on the ground. We'll what is the purpose of just cutting, it off and leave it on the ground next day. I came out sure enough, there was another one. The crown. And I'm going, what do they do? They just like that. One little portion, that's above ground. That's all the. You know they're not to too well equipped. So that's what they do. They just wrap their, their little armor-plated, worm, self around the stem. And they just eat it the way in the cuts. It right off. That's that's about all yours. Two years ago when my when the kids were at home when they were little we used to buy milk in the gallon containers. And I would slice up the empty containers into I guess, four or three or four sections and make those little collars around my broccoli plants, and that worked like a charm until one day, I think I had twelve we're counting the, the, the Brussels sprouts, maybe maybe even more because remember that a home now and they're like little hothouses being transferred. And one broccoli plan was chopped down. I said, how did that guy? Get in there and looked around. I realize I must have encasing. So I locked him in a room with, with Alicia buffet. But I, I actually could see the word. He was still be was still there around. Well, the you've, you've hit on the two things you do for cut words is one you take something like a pencil or stick or something, right? It just kinda dig around a little bit. And it's it's worth it. Finding the one you know, that's right there around that plant and just dig around a little bit. And sooner or later, you'll find them and you put them out and throw monta, brick someplace or, you know, in a bur- will come along and eat them up. But and then, of course, the other thing is a collar. So if it's a problem that you have in your garden, and you see fairly often, you, can, you can just put a even cardboard collar will last long enough to get you through the season because once they start they liked the tender tender stands, not gonna go for an adult stem years ago when I was doing the garden or not hosting but engineering the garden show for. Burlington station. Dick, Raymond showed me how to fold up a newspaper. So do you know back when you had? You had like a Sunday, free press. Actually substance to it. I don't mean to editor realize. That's right after rely on seven days to line, my birdcage. It's right. But it anyway you can fold newspaper to make those callers. And then it would by the Knicks seat next season. It would be part of the part of the garden. Right. Right. Then that's the same idea. If you have a, you know, like a box board from cracker boxer cereal, box or something like that, just you can, you know, wrap it around something, and go ahead and stapler tape it or ending like that. But the time it, rained, it was, you know, ready going back to earth by that time the plant was pretty well largest worms I think we have a during all my chatter. I think we have a. All are waiting and I hope not getting impatient. Oh, yeah. Your first name and town. Please laurel from Worcester. Thank you. Great to hear your show. We, we have a question and a problem wondering if you can help us out, it has to right. It's Mark, which my husband feels is taking over the lawn and beginning to Croat's on my flower gardens, and I absolutely don't want it to encroach on my festival gardens. So is there anything you can suggest that really takes care of it? Must likes acid soil. So the first thing you gotta do is you can just simply put the, the lime on it and sweeten it up that way or you can do a soil test, and, and then that would give you, you know how much lime to add if, if it's taking over, I would say it's probably various civic, and the you'd probably have to apply Fairmount to really make a difference. Okay. So that should that should do it. And if I had a whole lot of lime, it won't it won't hurt the flower gardens. Right. That'd be fine with the flower gardens. We have to stay away for something like do you have blueberries or something? I have raspberries. I'm wouldn't wanna live near the respirators of the blueberries were Zale ios. You know there are some that, that like a little acidic. So of course, but the line that, that you can lime. But as you lime, you should also receive the lawn, the lawn because have patches where the where the is, is probably die back a little bit or be setback. Go ahead and reseed in and create some competition in there. So the grass can grow. Okay. Okay. Now, we'll this will this. Well, it calls the most to die. And then, and then disappear because we gave my husband has put some stuff on this to kill them off and it kills it. But it just stays right there. Well, you know, so there's two things something that kills it right. Only kills land. But the whole root system, is there and the conditions conditions create the most, which is the acidic soil are still there. So what you do is make an environment Melissa soil that grass likes. If it's too acidic then then it's not gonna like it. So that's why I say you, you have to you wanna put the lime in, if you can, if you can possibly get some sort of compost type thing I know, Alon is big, and we'll take an awful lot of compost, to, to really do it. But. You could go ahead and use. Compost, to, to rich soil. So that's part of the problem is probably very rich. Okay. Thank you so much. I appreciate it very much. Have a good day. And good luck with program. Thanks again. Right. So did you have another call there? Don't okay. Good. All righty. So where was I was on cut worms? Right. So we did the two things for cut worms as you digging around, if you dig around the plant just with a pencil, sort of look for the cut worm this the of the causing the problems and move. You know, they seem to move for Ventoline, but I don't know this complete speculation on my part. It's just I've noticed that if I plan on line of, of lettuces. It'll go right down the line. I have seen it happen. So that's, that's cut worms and we'll go onto other things after call. Yes. Indeed. Oh, yes. Our caller, your first name in town. Hi, I'm Mike. I'm from Swanson, Mike. Welcome aboard. Thank you. Gonna question it. Really bad guys. My son has three maple trees on his property. And you know, I tap 'em every year I get I Honda Saab and but the youngest one. Is gut like on the leaves. It's kind of like blown spots all over. I don't really see bugs crawling around, but it seems to be eating waves away. Well, I noticed that the, the tent the temp caterpillars, you know, them. Do you see any of their webs around or anything like that? I don't keep my eyes open per, you know, like caterpillars and stuff. I haven't seen anything walking around trying to dress, Trevor on or eating to white. Well, that's where you wanna start to see if you can't capture one and see what the heck it is. Okay. But you know most of the most like the ten worms and all those, they're they're on a cycle. You know, they'll get up. You have a couple of bad years. Next thing you won't see him for another seven years, or something like that. Most of the time, there's enough foliage that is not gonna affect affect the tree you over the long run. And I don't think that it's a normal practice to feed the maple trees. But, you know, I, I don't know enough about the maple to, to be able to tell you, whether you should feed it or not. Won't keep my eyes open to see anything crawl around and do all put it in jersey. And the UVM. Is really good about, you can take a picture of the Bogin, Senate to them, and they, they will get back to you and tell you what they think it is. Okay. Isn't they do a lot of research on maple? So, you know, they'll, they probably can tell you exactly what, what that is. Picture or something. The, the only one you know, of course, the Beecher are having disease problems. And now the they asked with the ash Borer. So, but this fires I know there's, there's nothing affecting. Kind of worry kinda hurt y'all early in this summer. Then are you to just see the my mouth one goal? Lavely. And, and, you know I get a kick out getting shot out of it out of the trees for, for three polls rich of marriage, right only tap for three or four days. When it's running. And between three and four gallons. Shop the trades. That's great great. They're like old friends at this point, then. It does sound a lot. Like the tent worm, the way is full lady. Look for some tense too, and they hatch to maybe a week or so ago. So I had some him in one of my apple trees, all they were just about. They were ready to head noticed before. And by the time I got home. They were full full fledge worms. They were just about ready to hatch. And they would've -ffiliated that little apple. Oh, yeah. Well, thank you so much. Mm takes spots. I'm walking around definitely going to run it up UVM and. You're not you're not you never know. Thanks for the call. Mike appreciate it. Thank you very much. I guess even if you don't find the critter the bug, you know, the, the leaf itself will probably enough. Yeah. And are liking. You know what I find out, you'll be great. It'd be great. Both the maple center up there at UVM and the entomology people. You know, they'll, they'll have the combined knowledge as to what's happening. I remember I one of the things that maple center is constantly researching the acid rain problem because maple trees are, are sensitive and. You know, there is definite changes in climate, not to beat an old horse, but. Plenty of plenty of changes happening in lots of places and. For months maple forest star well as produce any other tree. Yeah, that's. And of course, some things go and cycles anyway, but. You know it's. It seems like a weather extremes are definitely affected. A lot of people's crops. I was at two of our underwriters past week and I to get some several big bags of compost, from grow compost, and then I went to clawson's and in addition to my receding by their by nature, the morning glories I have about a whole bunch of different color. Morning glories from them, and put them in and around the mailbox again, and boy, they in about a week's time they really doing well, I think finally, finally, the soil and everything else that comes together to make spring and summer in Vermont. Finally decides yes, it is the growing as good everything was growing slowly for so long. The weeds, of course and at any rate. Some of the good grow compost. Morning plants. By them started or the blue. Right. That's the most common the blue and they have a scarlet, and they have the I don't know what exactly they call not mood flowers with could they are there are moon flowers, which are like morning glories come at night, but a pearly gates are the white ones are real morning. Glories. I might look if everything comes out the way hoping I'll have a very patriotic. And now, they're, they're playing you know, you don't think in terms of some starter plants, but they they have a mall there. So if you know if the bunny rabbit Scott early at eight everything down, you can still get a starter plan for vine crops and flowers as well. So anyway, it's been a late season for almost everything anyway. And I noticed in morning glories. I've tried everything to get them to start early. And they just won't do it. They, they have a date somewhere in there. You know, in DNA, I said, I'm not going to grow, you know, so much as one tendrils until certain time then they take right off that was something we were talking about last week, was the, the radishes. And I, I looked at up a little bit that was kind of curious as to there was anything that, that we didn't talk about in the west. One thing is far as I recall. I remember saying, you know, try to do few different varieties, but they were saying very. Specifically the long more or less the French breakfast. You know that one with the red with white on it, and that's about, oh, maybe three or four inches long. And then sometimes I and that was one my wife and I always said, well, that grows better in the summer and it's true, I guess it was more than just a good guess, and then and then the other one was the white icicle. That's also a long, long Lynn. So those long ones grow better in the warmer weather, so. Switch over from the cherry bills around ones over to the, the other ones the long months, and you'll have a constant supply solution to that problem was discovering. The well we were getting phone calls, though for a long while about some people not being able to grow radish it. Of course, I always thought that was easy. Just one going. But I bought the, the kid think of the seed company that high boy, high Bowie record. I really, really by the how high Bowie mixed radish. Yeah. Because in the in the in the packet of seeds are about eight or nine different varieties of radish. Most of all, grow up beautifully, always discovering, some new things, and they don't they don't they don't trick to putting a super hot weather. They're, they're all radish she types writers, but they, they look different. And they come up at slightly different times. Yes. And mixed radish sewing, you know, you're not gonna look out the wrong way and, you know, by radish that just womb grow in your particular soil. Yeah. Okay. I think we got a phone call. Okay. Great phone is lighting up in all strange places here. But I think it is quote call, and I will say, I will ask you first name in town. On New Haven hearts. My husband seems to think that you should lay the wire insane for the cucumbers lay down, don't you don't you say you put the wire for the cucumbers to go right straight up through. Now, I don't wanna get in, in between you and your husband, but I vote for the trellis up and the reason the reason is, and you may still get the benefit if you lay it down on the ground. But the reason I like it up is two things. One is it, it brings that vine away from the soil, where the cucumber people and the squash bore, and they, they tend to come up out of the ground in the larvae station. They'll, they'll bore right into a squash planet. It's on the ground. The second thing is just simply practicality is, it's a lot easier to pick when you're can do it standing up and for me run in my arms through the squash. I always have to remember to wear long sleeve, because they make me crazy. Know the, the third thing is that the when year cucumbers are on the ground. They're more likely to be attacked by slugs. Okay. Also the lot of times whereas laying on the ground, they'll be like a yellow side to it. We don't you never have a trellis. Oh to like, four four good reasons to, to grow. Very good. I was started header record. I recorded that. I have a recorder is a podcast, you, can you, can you can go on the computer and don't ache. What you can. You can go to the library. Oh, there's computers here either. Do you have a phone? I don't. Well, I'll tell you what, get a piece of paper and pencil, and I'll, I'll repeat them. How about that? Because the trellis is our okay? All right. Trilogies I you know, I really I use them on every single bed. I haven't I've fifty four by four beds. So I I you know, I put them up on the. You know, six even eight feet tall, and I'll use them million a year. Tall six foot on almost everyone in some my age. She the Paul beans. Okay. Okay. So, you know, number one, it gets the vine off the ground. They're less likely to be attacked by the squash, bore or the cucumber beetle. That's number one. Number two, is that the they keeps them off the ground so that they earn attack by slugs. And you don't have that yellow spot on the bottom where it's sitting on the sitting on the ground. Okay. The other one is easier to pick because they're a, you know, off the off the ground, and you can stand there and pick them and I like that part of lot and the cucumbers grow really. Well, they seem to like that. There's, you know, they they're well shaped, they're nice and straight. Ups plate. Then the don't need to go late lay the thing like kitty corner, you know, kind of tilted, you don't know, just. Like I said, I for my at least six foot, and they'll, they'll keep just keep producing producing this. That's, that's a great benefit in four square feet, more or less. I use a trellis four feet long feet. Okay. So that's all one foot by four foot bed, or in the bed in the trellis on that, and I plan to actually eight cucumber plants. It's like having three hills right there in that one spot. Okay. So in four square feet, you can get almost what we'd take you thirty square feet on the ground. So it's a tremendous benefit. And it makes it really easy to water because you're just your water right at the base of that trellis. And also when you're fertilize confer lies. Well, that's this this year. That's what we've got is a wave for the cucumber and tomatoes. And that's it. No, because my husband had open heart surgery, so. This year. I know I had a year like that two years ago, which we grew a lot of crimson clover in the garden. Okay. Was it even EV? Oh end Yvonne. Why v o? Oh, yeah. Okay. Von. Well, it's nice to meet you, and thanks for calling in. Listen to every weekend. Thank you. Yeah. Have a good day. Okay. Bye-bye. Right. So so speaking of, of the. Cucumbers and other squashes you know, that's, that's one of the other bugs that I didn't talk about was the squash board and the cucumber beetle. And of course, just regular old keeping the garden clean, and raked. And, you know, digging it up in the false, not digging it, but raking it through that helps too. Break the cycle of, of those kinds of bugs, putting the putting your squashes on a on a vine, big help there that really makes it big helped the other CU can do is to put a. The mulch, like a straw, mulch underneath the plant, and that helps to break that cycle because the larvae come up out of the ground attack, you know, sodas, eight find that squash, fine. They just they burrow in, and they say well home sweet home. So the trellis is, is a great way to avoid those problems from the squash for the cucumber beetle. And. It's a little harder to do with, like the winter squash. You know those the winter squash is a little harder to grow on trellis. Boy, I, I've never seen anything like butternut or anything. You know, me I'm always trying. Oh, here's the interesting thing you get this, this eight corner. The butternut hanging off their and their good sides grow. The only difference is the stem is probably twice the size compensates adapts for that for the hanging fruit by having a larger stem. I learned something every day. They can't. So when I do those four by four bed, I actually put three trawlers up so I'll grow them all. And then I'll put a couple of sticks over the top, and they'll grow right up and right over. It's like a little mini squash hut. You know. Some neighbors down the road. I don't know. I had for free a, a trellis that they had used, I think, for a daughter's wedding picture, one of those square trills, but flowers and everything they would stand underneath for the ceremony. Oh, terrific. And it was free. So I got. Right. Of course. You know, sometimes you do have to in the beginning, I have to train them a little bit with a velcro tie. You know, just go ahead and time up a little bit. And most of the time, particularly cucumbers, they have their little things that, catch on everything, and they'll usually do, okay. But once the fruit starts to come. I go back in and all tied up a couple of three places just to make sure that the, you know, a good heart rain or a high wind doesn't knock them over and pull the vines down. Well, I I'm trying once again to be in my limited gardens your I'm still trying to do what I do every year. And that's grow my own gusts botch. Oh, so we'll have the peppers and cucumbers tomatoes. How do you make your spot? You. I have I have a resistant old recipe from actually no recipe that I found in a book longtime ago maybe forty years ago. And it's Louis disorders Gus spot show. Oh boy. Okay. My brother referred to as Louis spot chose to Soto at all car will give good deal. But if you could Google that Lou L, U, I, S Lewis just sodas, cusp macho is two to three. I think there's, there's some garlic. It, it of course, and a lot of dried French bread. You know. And it really gets nice and thick and I'm getting hungry caller on the line us. Good afternoon. Your first name in town. Are you there? I just I just noticed it too superior. I honestly didn't touch that one. Oh phones. Been acting. Give us a call back. If you're right. I heard you I, I two words, give a call back and Apollo, we apologize for twenty. The phones are acting strange. Things are lighting normally hasn't affected us the open. It's an all new phone system. Right. It isn't all do phone system. There's a way of blocking every telephone line in the Bennett went on by itself. Then I did manually turn that on for then couple of phones were ringing that normally never re. Well, this one is now this one is the one that should be ringing. And I'm gonna push the on button and say where we're gonna try a take two on this your first name. Yeah. I was on talk votes should work but back on the regular. Yeah. This is Terry terrible. Terry from southern the southern remote, excuse might get war up here via southern most list-serve DV. I Joe know who's on the line here. Wait out, south. Yeah. Welcome to the show. Well, I other fellow called about maple trees. So I thought, well butternut trees is anybody out there know why the catkins seem to come out, okay? With a the pollen and so forth, but then they're no butter butternut. That's been going on for about ten years. I've got about five trees old enough, mostly. There's show sides of the disease. But I've had one that for three or four years would produce several test butter nuts, and this is different from my chestnuts, of course. But why are we not getting butter nuts anymore? Good question. Not so just like fruits and they will run a cycle of, you know, year on or two years off is, but how many years have you not done about ten? The only one that was an old timer here that had a favorite tree by one of the machine shops gathered test not almost every butter nuts every year. And then suddenly, they stopped producing that three is pretty well disease now but he's also gone, but he was complaining up until he couldn't find any butternut anymore. So somebody out there knows what the scoring on. I appreciate it. They'll bergdahl over in chalance, and working on the butternut problem. But I don't know if he listened to the program and might have an answer. But I haven't talked to call and find number anyway. That's that question out. Maybe somebody else's interested and hold holder the trees. Oh, they're anywhere from thirty to ten. Down to ten. Yeah. So you planted the ten year olds or with those. The squirrels plant help. We had three good old type trees and every once in a while better with show up somehow, that's great show. Flavor their stores. Like must be great because I still see new CV's coming up all of a sudden it's amazing. We have a an oak tree. There was a moment. You call it like a mother. Oh, come and it was. Probably a three foot diameter was huge. It just recently died out was cut down. And but the I'm still pulling oak trees out of my garden. And when that when that happened when that went down there was probably ten fifteen squirrel nests right away. We're right across the street. So there was all around us all around the house, because we have they, they were finding the in the Maples and stuff. Now one of the things with, with, like the, the beach and other nut trees, the chestnut. And, and a lot of them, there have been, you know, disease problems. So, yeah, quite a few years, but also, unfortunately, the S Joe's mentioned about the acid rain. The acid rain really does affect nut trees, quite a bit. Oh, and I don't know. I thought that the acid rain was really under control, and that it wouldn't be a problem that would be my guess that it's not a problem. I had heard that, that's a good that good of causes the problem. Yeah. Young. Generally, you know, a lot of times, they say pollution, you know, they are pollution and stuff will nut trees more than other types of trees. Well, like chestnut seemed to do. All right. I have hybrid American Chinese combine into Asia. Chinese as go that. What the oldest one is about forty years old, and the youngest one I'm going out and check to see how many squirrels planted the mice ball so that, that would be my yearlings. That's how I've been Chris, my grow because I, I find new seedlings coming up every year, darn pools, they go planner just the seat height is chestnut. And they forget where they put it grows will the, the question is, it's a hybrid. Right. American chinese. I, I haven't up American or Chinese in the hybrids that their disease resistant. And as a goal knows we are part of a organization, American chestnut foundation and. The per month New Hampshire chapter, where we live it at the farm show every year showing the mission of bringing back the American chestnut through hybridization process breed process, and checking the genetic structure that from the Chinese into the Americans that resists the fungus from attacking the tree, and so far, the blueprint Prien, as I call it working matter of fact, we now have the first planting of the first generation of the restoration tree recall you up. But the old forest nursery over in Essex, their Jericho. And of course, all be napping. Thirty four years if I now from now, when they know that those trees are either gonna make it or not. It's a funny thing about growing trees, and, and you do it for the future. There's no question about it. But if you believe in the future is well worth we're well worth the effort. Well, tell you. Four or five generations now create may be important source of food here in Vermont because who knows? Maybe we can't import all the good food. We begin from around the rest of the world in the country. Maybe we won't want to. Like, I think using local sources of food is, is a much better idea. Well, justified a couple of times of legislation the committees that we need to think of preserving production land, we have now not turning them into malls. I know too great fields lush bottomland fields produce wonderful crops are now totally covered mcadam and stores and shopping malls. It's a sad thing to see it for somebody that's sensitive agriculture production. Anyway. That's the story on that. We'll Terry's egg says expert Colin good hearing from you always great. See the farm show. And thank you for the good work, you. You do. Okay. Okay. Keep up your good work on the other side of the fence of the public radio your Saturday night program. They're great. Thanks a lot. We have great take care. Bye bye. I've learned so much about chestnuts and everything from Terry and his group. When you're down at the either. The big is, well, yeah, yeah, or is it a visit this Terry has a booth with his colleagues at, at the at the farm show, which is now it ethics whether to be at the Barry auditorium. Okay. We do have the big e company, and we WD will be, we'll be there again at always, always a lot of interesting things there, one of the things that I talked to a couple of people from New Hampshire various agriculture groups, and they're coming up with all kinds of, of blight resistant tomatoes. I can full of stories about that. But I'll hold off because we have another caller. And let us see your first name and town, please Karen, from Hardwick fake urine. Welcome aboard. I just heard Kerry talking about food security, and headed guy here for breakfast, kicked, up, fifty pounds, sachse carrots, for the local restaurant coming from Saudi Arabia. That's what he said. And they're importing our water over there. That would be interesting. Yeah, it's and they're probably growing in houses because. Has your over a foot long and three inches across. Right. Just make a bed that's specifically for, for the keep playing folk. Loop. Sorry. I was just picture of growing sad. Obviously hothouse certainly certainly hard growing carrots Mike in my. Hi, it's not only it's only Klay soil, but it's the blue clayson used to be lake. And my backyard was that I learned that after after owning the house property for twenty years, one of the old timers remember when they grain the late there. And of course after the first big rate, I had one of my dreams and indoor pool dot. Precisely the way it apposite wasn't quite, which had in mind. My point is what I did try to grow carrots that stuff. I've logged vented the soil, the great deal. They would they would be a smaller. They would make right and left heard in the same carrot. Oh, I know what we have to put up with. A good thing to have the well, those raised beds would help. I'm sure have helped you a lot. They do. Yeah. Because. Yeah, we had used raise best to raise the day come radishes the but they are like sixteen inches long. You know, maybe even twenty sometimes just takes you have to stand over and pull. So I didn't want to show to go by without revenge. The two new plants, I the garden I've put in catnip, okay? Radio and I have a container of it, and I'm going to Aden, a secure something is eating my cat out of an put the security camera on it, probably the neighbor's cat, you know, probably the most obvious thing. But it's the first time I've seen catnip being chopped off at the top, you know, somebody, I wouldn't surprise me if you find a deer's nibbling on it. I wonder if that's the case. And but I think the deer would have done a much tougher job. Although I have road covers now over my beans and things. So I'm making a little bit more difficult for them. And I don't have that much out there. I also put in my coffee plant, which I believe inside. I'm curious. Or I checked around the couple of greenhouses here that have, you know, exotic flowers cactuses and all kinds of things that are not digits to this area could find him, so I ordered a live from some place and bring it some bugs with. But it looks healthy enough. I did order what the middle of the winter figure that grow, it'd side. And by the time I got back from work day, it was sitting on the front steps, and it was frozen solid, but anyway. Ordered other wooded. Correct sees the instructions that says it'll be the third year of this plant if I treated, well, that's the first link referred to the cherries, if that the first fruit will appear does coffee yet. But, you know, since I drink so much coffee. I'm still a day guy. I'm curious to see what the plant looks like. That's been my approach to gardening. From day one. We've got another caller on the line fund program today. Good afternoon. Your first name in town. My name is Ed, I'm from Roxbury Vermont, so I was had apartments market this morning. And one of the growers asked me, whether or not I heard of this situation where you had a couple of kale plants that look like they were dwarfed compared to the other ones, and when he does them up he found what look like white small larval insects or the root maggots and, and it affects all the coal family. And there anything he can do or should have done to treat the soil or something before he planted. The ones that you can do right now. Getting a little feedback there. Okay. The one thing you can do right now is get a can of what ashes and put it right around the base of the plant, and just sort of poke it in with a pencil or pen or something like that. And that the usually is enough to at least kill what's there? The that's sort of the immediate thing you can do. 'cause they're they don't like that the what ashes at all it actually kills them. You could in it's a you know, it affects all Bronco plants I've gone through some seasons. I've had a real problem with it, but I found that would ashes really does help and it'll actually, you know, stop the maggots from from killing the plan, and maybe so for preventative maybe doing around the healthy plan, too. They're not affected yet when you exactly. And when you first we knew I plant them. Now I sprinkle little wood ashes, and every hole when I when I transplant them so seems that the plant is fine with it, and the, the root maggots are definitely set back allow the in the long run. Right. This is one. One thing we really need to rotate your crops in the thing is, is that you got broccoli and kale and cabbage in. Brussel sprouts, and there's so many things in the, the kale Brassica family that really have to be careful about mapping out your garden to now, if he's has a an actual farm, that probably a little easier because you grow your broccoli here one year, and the, the, the squash plants, and then another year your carrots, so they give you three years here. So that the, the cycle is broken right. So those, those are two things one's. You know, media ones the long range. But they will kill the plant quickly is true. I'll pass that onto, and take you very much brute mega. Okay. Well, you have a good day and literal gone. And from you let us know what you find out. Okay, we'll do. And thanks for your show. We have an in Brookefield on for you. I would like to talk about an orange tree as well as a coffee. Tree back fifty four years ago. That's long. My husband I've been married and I bought an orange tree. Gift a couple weeks afterwards. And it had nice little oranges on it. So you can make orange jam. And the thing that is a friend came from Florida. And they said oranges, we lost our person Florida tongue. Well, here we are in for months, and we had orange, and it blossoms every year and gives us, you know, we just take a brush, in brushed fee flowers, so that it does pony Nate. The tree is outdoors, if endorsed indoors, and I use a brush, yes, you know. So screw that be, you know, pollinating it. Okay. Well, then I bought a coffee tree, and I actually had coffee beans on it, and they were starting to ripe and, and you cannot believe what happened. We lost her house on Christmas Eve, and they all learned, but I can tell you the coffee tree was great. It had coffee beans, so you should be able to do that. Thank you. Great. Yes, they say it will be the third year if I treated correct. Think about that. Yeah. They're rabbit fans. Skinny mine was anyways. You know it didn't have a lot of branches. I don't know. You know, says something I could have done to have more branches, but it did have the beans, and it was turning, you know, so you will have it. I'm sure. Notices that the leaves are very shining. It's very distinct. I can't believe after I mean, ever since ever since I started staying late up at night and ice. I asked my exams, I started drinking coffee and I really drink a lot of it. I. I cherish. My little plant. Comes from. We just need to have something that other people have, like lemon tree, and are a lime tree. But I found that the lemon tree, I have beautiful moments and everything, but bugs came into the screen, and then I had to treat it and I didn't like to, you know, then use the lemon that I had to treat, you know, but anyway, good luck with your coffee, tree. And I I'm sure I will here, probably a couple years from now you saying, you got coffee bean. Good story. By next big plant its plan is to do it. My grandfather did. And I've, I've mentioned this before I'm gonna grow grow figs. Oh, yeah. That's parrot paradise so farm. Yes. And you told me I sheltered. And then he's got plants are now I just I should make a point of going going on there this season fit. But he's, he's, he's roasting coffee. I don't think he's growing, but the by grandfather, I what I remember it distinctly, and this is like, as a seven to eight to ten year old with his plan with his coffee with his fig plan. It was it was tall, but tall for ten year old. And but when he got ready for the winter, I saw him to each is wrap the thing in burlap. Yes. You know, it was like literally looked like a bear by the end of it wrapped in wraps. So and, and, and that's how over wintered in New Jersey. And if our friends at, at paradise say that we could do it here. I'm going to give it a shot good for you. Yeah. And they're beautiful plants and the fresh fix or delicious, even can't fix a lot of kids. You know, my daughter's wouldn't go near can't figs that I bought. But even they are. Even they are delicious, but a raw is of fresh frigates, everyone's while we treat we treat ourselves and get fresh figs. And they're they are just that they're real tree, and in Boston, when they when I first saw some of the Italian feller who were growing the fake trees, actually cut the roots on one side of the tree, and laid it down on the ground and covered it like you're saying the burlap and you know, layers layers to keep it alive. And then they would pick it back up and stake it and apparently half the half of the risk was enough to give it. Yeah, I, I was blown away by because it just defies logic. But it worked wonderful. She'll learn a lot. Just by seeing what people do. And. What's once again, this is the fastest I think so our on radio. We'll give shot if there's anybody was a last minute phone, call or the ways I didn't even get through all my bugs boy, so anyway, we're gonna hurt. We'll go for the last few of next week. So are we are we on next week? Oh, no. We're not. See Sunday or Saturday, the twenty ninth Yankees and Red Sox are starting right at noon. So there, you know, good in bed news. We loved the we loved the baseball rival be. But we would much rather play at night. So. You know, it's, it's, it's great. It's great barring, barring a hurricane in Boston, when you we will not be here next week, but we will be here on thrived, July. Right after six seven is right. Yeah. I guess it's the Saturday the sixth six. Okay. So it'll be two weeks. All right, buddy. Thank you. And the gardens that's where. Robot. Mixes. And the full. Someone bliss. Little. Rain. In the garden with Peter Burke, is brought to you by Menards Aggrey family true, value, your neighborhood yard garden and pet place right there on Brooklyn street in Morrisville by grow compost, over Mont on route two in more town, grow compos dot com. By the willies store in Greensboro. 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Episode 267: My fingers are like the pads on a dogs feet.Episode 267: My fingers are like the pads on a dogs feet.

Making It With Jimmy Diresta, Bob Clagett and David Picciuto

1:00:43 hr | 3 months ago

Episode 267: My fingers are like the pads on a dogs feet.Episode 267: My fingers are like the pads on a dogs feet.

"Somebody made fun of me. Not made fun of me. They were joking with me yesterday about how I posted an instagram story. and put a little piece of text on sound on, and they said that was ironic because on. Phone I never have the sound on, and so I flipped through everybody's instagram stories Nozawa. And they were you know who's GonNa give me her. That was Chris. Thanks Chris for that, but anyway he's giving me a hard time. And then like I guess this morning or last night or something I opened up my phone and I go to Jimmy Stories and there's a billion little tiny dots across the top, a billion of them them at Walmart and I gotta be honest. Man I just like sound off going through him and everyone would stop. I'd be like what are wrapped chips like what is the? Ram. Was Snap Radio rap snap snap. It was pretty. was just. A whole bunch, and then I'd stop on some random frame and be like when the world think. We made a joke made his Taylor like every single time like idle time, and tells like buried in a phone like a millennial looking at stuff. She's looking at Karen Video. She's like Oh my God I. Don't ever want to be one of these crazy white chick screaming at somebody with their phone out, and so we joked said. Let's go to Walmart because we every walnuts closes at eight now used to midnight a two one two in the morning so now all the walmarts close at eight around here so. It was early yesterday. I needed some t shirts or have his logo. T shirts from all the fans and friends. The head logo t shirts so like I. Just need like Playing Black T. shirts. Let's go to Walmart. We just randomly. Just grocery shopping, which isn't something we plan on doing but I made a joke like we're going to go into Walmart and get a crazy karen in the while with crazy white chick, scream and yell at something. and. We just have fun, so it was a lot of people were excited to see me back of Walmart again after all this time it's been. It's been about six months that we've been to Walmart you I haven't seen the instagram story, but whenever you post stories of you guys shop. They're hilarious. Looks like you guys have the best time and like county nine. We don't go shopping together because that's still boring and. We get distracted. Tell it like it's obvious details, not really interested in being on camera in. She's thinks she wants to youtube. She'll make a video shoot a video to never added it. She keeps thinking she wants to do since she just like it's just not in her nature to want to do it, but she keeps wanting to do it because she sees the success that I'm having in people like April another incredible women on to. To doing she's like I can do that, but then she gets into a chick now, but then when I went my phone at at Walmart, she suddenly she's like Oh. Okay, cool, Cameron! Somebody else's dealing with it I. Could I turn on when yeah, when she and she shoots herself, she could self conscious, and so it's always fun. She gets a little Sheila goes walked lessons. She's like I wish I had my. My overboard. What does I think? They was your food, not the hover. The segue. She's always had my segue. But it was fun going out. Walmart and there's always silly rules like. Don't go down this aisle and bunker like it drives me insane. I understand we were on a pandemic and we need to be. Cautious in many ways, but what what way is it cautious that you have to go inside Home Depot at the furthest away entrance to Iowa's part. What is that? What is that? GonNa prevent the store is open, but they make you in the main entrance. That's typically my store, the one that's all the way on the left side. It can I ran for one second here. I hate the way home depot is set up because they have. They have a a an entrance on the right side and an exit on the left side and I always go in the exit because that's where everything is good a lows. There's like one main one right in the middle, so you don't have to part fourteen miles away from the door and then carry all your stuff and drop it in the parking Stand the Home Depot setup. It just don't get it well. That's what I'm saying. They're forcing you. So like I would typically everything I. Need's happens to be sort of on the left side of the story so I park on the left side of the store in pro parking because I consider myself a pro. And that sure. Don't think that's what that's for. Go inside. And I! Do all my business on that side of the store, and then I come back out like I. don't even know what the other side of the store looks like unless I need glue and that's when I go to the paint department. But now the four, she'd walk all the way to that side, so no matter where I parked gets still screws me up, because if I park at the entrance race supposed to go in. All the way to the left side of the store do my shopping an exit only through that one section that they have closed off like they're going to prevent the spread of the disease by having the door, but typically as anyway only one way now they're like no, no, no, you have to go to the wrenches. Why? At things I don't know if they're still doing it. But for a while they were counting. How many people enter the store? Because they wanted to limit it to like fifty or sixty or whatever? It was so too simple of an answer, Dave, to simple of I'm sorry. What. Wait a minute, talk. Though. You're right, I. Guess that's exactly why didn't realize it? Anyway I'm the. Cool thanks for listening everybody. Know drives me nuts, but they were doing the same thing Walmart. They're. They're forcing everybody to come through. One side. But in that case you come in, and you leave through the same side, whereas like when you go through the furthest further sullaway in the left. Then you have to go through. The cash registers all the way on the right. So, that's what's annoying like. They should have the entrance and exit cash registers, so if you WANNA come in and get some quick. Anyway. It's slowly Kinda. Come into a positive yesterday. I was there. They were little accidental about it. One of the doors is broken, so they couldn't stop people from walking in the outdoor. So that's what I call it. Weird. I went out yesterday I mean honestly we don't leave the house very often. We go get groceries will pick up food and Ronson while and stuff but. I. We still just stay home I mean. Like a lot of us I stay home a lot anyway. Just because I work from home and I don't need to go out often so. when I do. It's still weird like I went yesterday went to harbor freight and got some formats just for our garage percent up kind of home gym. And I just need to get some mats. In just the like I went from my house to their walked in. Paid for him and left, and it was the quickest possible simplisafe least interaction thing I could have done in still so weird. Is like everything about it was just weird and not because of anybody, not because of anything. Just so strange and probably man there because nobody was standing on the closest squad of the register was gravelly mental for. Now. He's in your store. For now. It's just it's just really weird. I, don't. Know I mean. The world we live in right now and stuff is just going to be strange until it's not strange, but. Here in Toledo, the menards. So we have lowe's Home Depot and menards the three big stores. Bernard's won't let you in without a mask and tried to enter the. They'll sell you one for dollar. And I I wear a mask anytime I go out and public. To not a big deal to me, but I know that there are people who are like. Anti mass come on where one sure that upset, so many people that don't know that they had the masks policy. Can I say something. I want to wear a mask. Anyway went talk to anybody underway. Now that. You have to wear a mask. I wear a mask. Gladly because this height from people, not not that I'm a celebrity in China Maniac. You just like emotionally. Hide from everybody that I have to interact with. The fact that now mass associate except see in the Asian population with sometimes with especially when I go to Hong Kong a lot. A lot of people wear masks just because of the pop the pollution in the city. And I like him I. Wish I could do that because it just don't like. Connect with people out in public, and now that it's like something would mandatorily supposed to do, and then the people like I'm on a one my match. Anyway anyway. Let's let's not get too far into the yeah, I'm with you though I would I kind of enjoy like high, enjoy hiding behind him then and it was weird, because honestly yesterday and I wouldn't have said this unless you brought it up, but going to harbor freight. I put the mask on the walking in half. The people don't have it on and everything, but the guy that is at the checkout counter has one. And, I have my glasses off hung on my shirt and a mask on because the glasses fog up and it's just a pain in I can go in and out of the store without him, so I just like hang on my shirt. And so I'm thinking like. This is great I'm full incognito like nobody knows me. You know I have the mask on. You have that kind of hidden feeling everything and some checking out and he goes. Hey, do you have Youtube Channel? It's like how in the world and he was super, Nice and everything and nothing him, but. It was weird because I. had that feeling right before I went up to the counter. Like this is like I'm not that I get noticed mean that, but I was immediately feeling that I. I don't mind having a mask because of what you just said I. Get to like kind of lied. You get you get to be behind the thing I can go out. Get the thing I need without having to feel like I need to interact or like you know some sometimes. You feel like that, but I immediately got like that just got vanished yesterday. The flea market here I go to the flea market here in Livingston Bill New York upstate New York and I lately haven't really early. Go like eight in the morning. Do my thing for about an hour and leaf, and right away I get out of my car and I abandoned on this time because amb asking me in that right away guy goes. You Jimmy Esta and I. Look Behind me. I was like am I. Joking around. Who's a nice young guy? We ended up talking to use a machinist appear, and he knew right away, even though I was under my mask, but I still had my pat on my taxes. I, well I realized after. Get into the car that I was wearing an. I like to make stuff hoodie. The idiot. Recognize me. Look at my shirt. He said I. Come to the flea market because of you because you've shown it off and he lives nearby so anyway, so we connected. He's got a cool machine shop that I'm probably GONNA end up visiting. Awesome yeah, that's it's. It's I like the anonymity most the time to go in, and you know what it does like. It's necessarily anonymity. It cuts down. On a lot of the. Risk of sounding snobby. It cuts down on a lot of like kind of useless. Chitchat that. You have with like neighborhood people that you bump into. You. Know what I mean like like you see somebody hundred times a day and like Oh. How's The barn coming along? You know it's it's I. Don't mean to sound snobby obnoxious, but sometimes I just want to like Yoga my coffee and split, and by having that thing on I can do that because like immediately want to get to the next thing and sometimes I bump into people and. Extended compensations that. Give me a patient. And by having a mask on I can I can avoid that most time. I think that's what I fell. Yesterday's I intentionally. I typically like to smile at people and talk to people if I see them like to interact in the grocery store and stuff, but yesterday it was I just want to go get my thing. Get back here and just be done. You know head down. Just go through the work in. Get it done. And I think that's why. It caught me off guard yesterday because I found myself in that place where I just WANNA keep my head down and go do the thing, but I have felt the opposite. At the grocery store, and now we're ordering groceries for a long time I would go out we would you know plan ahead and I would go out with the mask and the whole deal and get the groceries myself and stuff. One of the things I didn't like about that was that couldn't. Smile at people and couldn't be smiled at by people and you. You're walking up to somebody you have contact with somebody and you have no idea like. It's weird. HOW BIG OF A DIFFERENCE! A, simple smirk or smile or nod or something can just let you know that with a random stranger that like you're good or your acknowledging them, you know they're and when that disappears that that can make it really really weird. Commit eighty percent official non-communication is basically kid, so I was thinking and shrimp the only one, so let's run at any big events, but I was thinking of a way to make a mass. That's clears. You could see. What's well Aruna? I went to pick up a Japanese food the other day in the guy behind the counter. WHO's making the Sushi had it was weird. Because at at a distance, it looks like he had a Chin Strap on. And I'm like what good is that doing? It's like he's just holding his Chin on, but it was a strapped for a clear mask, and so it was coming up from his chin that came up to above his nose, so that he could make the food and not break down into it and everything, but it was. At twenty five feet, or so it just looks like he was rarely get chinstrap with nothing else I can figure out but. There are definitely clear masks. I've seen some that are. Also fabric, but the area right around your mouth into. This is clear plastic, so you can. You can see him, but. I. Don't know that that's worth the effort to me, but I do find that the times out. I do kind of miss that. Just being able to. Want to say somebody up, but be able to get someone's approach to you just by their facial expression. You know it's it's a good thing, and it's a good thing to be able to put that off to other people like. I'm happy I'm not. There's not anger behind this like thinking. Maybe that's like A. Maybe that's like an inherited thing from cowboys where we just assume that if you have abandoned, pulled up your face, there's anger behind it or there's Malan. You know and that's not the truth and I just WanNa. Cowboy. It's weird, man, it's. Cowboys, There's so many things like that that. You know they were just having to get used to and having to work around, but. Anyway. We got to that. What he has been up to. I put out a video last week. I made these Made six hundred, these little finger joint boxes as going to make a little desktop organizer. And I stopped the video after making the box in the video, I started off saying under to make these boxes, and then design something to go around it, so we're going to work on the fly, and then I stopped the video at the after making the boxes and let the audience Chime in on what the case for it should be. and Oh my goodness like. Hundreds and hundreds of comments of suggestions like overwhelmingly like good. Creative suggestions and so that's GONNA be part of the video and I don't I'm not GonNa? Shoot it this week. I might be next week, but I I thought a few people would would chime in with some crazy things. And maybe I can combine some things, but I got so many suggestions that I don't even know where to go. And I just want to. If you are a subscriber and you watch my channel and you made a suggestion, thank you because. It was awesome just. Completely awesome, so I don't know where I'm going to go with that. I, did race in race yesterday and wasn't Okay Day. I. Is One of the days where there is the perfect number of carts, so everybody got to. Everybody made the feature no matter where you finished in your heat. And I started seventh and finished eighth, and I filmed a little blog at film day a thing leading up to it during the week like what I have to do to get ready. And all the maintenance involved, and then from a little bit reese, day. And I think GONNA. Try to edit that today so hopefully that will come up this week I want to get back to more. At the beginning of the year we made an investment in smaller cameras and portable things because the plan was to like. Go out travel. Get Out of the shop. Shoot some blogging type things and and do a different. This year. and. Because of Kobe and everything else like we haven't been able to do that and I really WanNa. Try to force myself to. Do it more and I I am so uncomfortable holding a camera in front of my face talking when there's other people around I, just feel like a complete moron, but I forced myself to do it yesterday and nobody cares it's. It's common. I think Jimmy's like everybody walks around with a camera in front of their face now not doing the full on Casey united that, but usually it's kind of doing stories and instagram's. Where do it most? They don't really do it in the law is I just sit home alone and do the thing at the bench. And I got this newer little Sony one so it has a little handle, and there's a record button on the handle and. It's real small, so it makes it a lot easier. and. I! I just need to force myself to go out and public record more because I i. don't want every single video to be that. Follow along with this project I want there to be some. Creative thought process in the video, so we'll see we'll see what happens. I did. Four. So I took the camera to the race and this camera. If you can't see, you can buy this optional, handle on there that turns into a little mini Tripod to put on your on your desk. But to put this in a real tripod. You have to unscrew the handle. And because there's there's no quarter twenty hole in the bottom, which which to me is the design fall so I? See this. Little pockets out of pink foam insulation, and then wrapped it. kind of sandwiched between two pieces of plywood. Were this just kind of fits into my tripod and I can pull it out and it was like a quick little half hour. Thing and I did it off camera. I think I might turn it into a video. Because just showing, how did you digital tools can solve a problem? And I know it won't get any news, but. I think it'll be inspiring. Do you have the DJ. Osmo the little, the little tiny Jimbo one. Do you have that? When it came out about a year ago, two years old a little honest. Yeah, actually I do have that. I haven't used because I. have that drives me crazy? I know there's Three D. printed was you can't sit down either the Zana's. Doesn't have, but you know if you had that, you could also add that to the same video on your show. A couple of versions of that's it. That's a good idea. You might be surprised that at the response. Well, I mean I I. Don't know if your audiences exactly like mind but. A Lotta times when I Pullback from the digital tools and I'll like. So last time I did something. Oh, the coffee tamper! That's what it was I cut the little circle for the piece of loom on the wiser and I like just mentioned it I'm GonNa cut this on the wiser, but you could do it with this or you could do with this. And I got zero. I can't believe you have a way. Zor, comments and I got quite a few stop apologizing for the stuff that you have. It's okay to have tools. It's okay to use digital tools like you don't have to do that. And he said that two people said that to all of us. You guys you. People who create things don't have to apologize. Am It was the first time that I had seen. That sentiment without the the opposite. Because we didn't have anybody say like Org I could make a tamper. If I had away Zor didn't get at all right. It was just the stop apologizing. Just use the things that you have. You're still doing the same job that you WANNA do so. You may find that I'm at least finding that the tide is turning a little bit in. That's either. People were stopped complaining about it so much, or it's becoming more common I I don't really know what's causing it, but I'm not really getting the pushback. In fact, I have a lot of people who leave me comments, man I wish you would make more things with three D. Printer like really. That's odd I mean it just seems like a strange thing to like I? Wish you would use this tool more. That's the way I look at it. They're looking at it as they probably just have a three D. Printer, and they wish that there were more things that they could immediately replicate with the tool that they have on hand, which is funny because. I think of it in the opposite way I think of like. Will people probably more likely have a jigsaw? In a circular saw, and so I'm going to try to reference how those things could be used to make the projects. When the tide may be shifting to wear a lot of people just have a three D. Printer, and they're trying to figure out how to make that the most useful thing that you know the can. So I, don't know you may be. We may be surprised at the feedback on project like that now. What I just so recently in this week I made the leather bag video. And made it all though stitch. It's funny because people like Oh. Oh, you need stitching! Put Need Sixteen pounds of rivets. That's great, so it was a little bit of a circus stickers. Ribbons sentences became the style. I. Was Planning on designing and making the whole thing in a laser cut. When I sat down and started thinking about the video I thought wow. The laser cuts gonNA take on camera probably thirty seconds. Then I'm just going to put the bag. Theo that will probably take two minutes going to have a three minute video. I actually delayed the whole thing out by hand on a cutting Matt that has a grid on it, which I use a lot and I did I. Did the voiceover version which is going to be on the on the way on the other channel, but on my channel I did the quick speeded up version. And with no voiceover. But by laying it out, I was able to make a much more media video. Whereas if I just did the CNC, so there was a conscious choice to not laser cut the eleven, and just hand cut it, and it turned out to be a over of fourteen minute video where. If I were to laser cut I would've spent all the time designing it off camera because it's too boring to watch me. Do Illustrator Cajun L. Show? Might my computer screen, but it's just too boring so I would have done the meat of the work off camera in this case. I chose to just braise her. Cut It not laser razor. Raise I use an exact tonight. An effort to another funny point is about. About about once a week, I get an email or message or a DM. That says Hey, can you? Laser cut me a Stencil? My Logo, can you? And I don't do that as a service and people just think of me as the Stencil guy was, that's my logo. But it is important and I always answer this question this this answer. The the first twenty five years of my life anytime, I needed a stencil using exact played. So when people say to me, okay I I need a stent. Can you cut one from me if you have hands and eyes and You could. Razor Blade one out. With an exacto knife you printed on your computer and you. Spray mounted just chipboard, and then using exacto knife I mean there's certain skill set there that comes in time, but you laser credit out, or if you have a scroll saw you could scroll saw route ustensils well I was wondering. 'cause I I'll get the comments every once in a while Can you laser cut or CNC me a template for for the router, and like unfortunately that's not a service I provide. Is there anybody that does provide that service? Because I know, there's like three D. printing services, or you can send your file three permanent, but is there. A cheap place for a consumer to Bhai templates. There's got to be yeah well. I mean I know like April is creating templates on her big CNC's four other people now I don't know that that would be a one off solution where you know random person wants just a single piece made somewhere around that she would do that, but I do know that she has put her big CNC machines to work making templates for herself, and for other people who have created designs. So that is an option and I would, I would imagine that there's a lot of makers out there who have seen or lasers in their shop that for their own personal use. Who would be happy to pick her? That kind of a work I'm sure so if you are one of those people. Let us know and if you are someone who is looking for that, just keep an eye out for people can promoting that type of stuff? Because that seems like a pretty good pairing of. person with tool to person who needs something done. That reminds me of a funny circumstance about about two months ago. I got contacted by. An extremely talented like when I say like unbelievably talented renaissance man who lives nearby here. We became friendly. He contacted me and said Hey, matt, who's a friend of mine in the neighborhood said that you could print out. A logo for me and I was like a go well I have. An office inkjet printer, I could print that view, but like what exactly do you want? He goes. I'm going to hand. Carve a boat sign. He's completely analog like the only thing he does digitally as email. And he's an older guy who's incredibly talented like. He's like Leonardo Da Vinci. Style woodworker that has absolutely no social media, and he's about ten years older than me, and he's been added his entire life, and he lives like two miles from. We became friendly. but anyway. He said he was I have to do this. Sarah Font might be new times. Roman bold for a boat about sign, and I just need. The letters printed out How wide! How high and I did describe to him. It was like well. Let me laid out, so laid it out. Really quickly, and I was like well. Your heightened with don't really correlate to each other metro. Would you piece of material is as you can have a lot of dead space above and below. You'll let us in. About I do this view as like since I don't have a print too big enough I'll. Laser cut the individual letters, and you can do the cunning yourself. So I lay some. In. Some of my social media posts have a lot of stock in one of my one of my shops that just. A laser cut out of quarter-inch Plywood, and that's all for my my buddy. be is his name. Is Initials B I don't know what his name is. SAYS CONEY BASE I call them. It's an initial first name I don't know. So. So be, that would be a great solution just as a company. The latter's so I just laser. It ended up being the name like. Violet rose or something was the name of this yacht that he's hankering signed for and I gave him the letters, and he was able to current and laid out, and then he sent me a picture of finish almost a month later. Unbelievable all just hand-carved, so he used those letters as a template to draw the line and do the current at so yeah, yeah, so that I would just laid it out in the. Then would have nice big fat debate CNC letters in a wooded look just like what he did by hand. But. His has a little bit of character to. It was all it's all hand carved. Every one of the surfaces was touched by a tool, and and he also did an incredible beautiful paint job on it as well. With that. There's a solution to where. If you have access to somebody with digital machine, you can have part of your. Process handled not the entire process, and so that's why just basically the compensation sided with. Do you have a printer? I'm like well. If you want, you can go to Fedex in Albany and they'll print a few. But you know I get these big posters printed from time to time, if I do need allowed in those posters in could be as long as seven or eight feet, and they're only ten bucks, 'cause they just print black on white papers. It's nothing complicated. So. You can't do that, too, if you need layout material. Office stores like that or something that people forget about on a times because you can get large format printing done really cheaply. spiracy Yang get transparency fronted. If you WANNA make do screen printing, or if you're trying to do some sort of a projection thing. there's a lot of capability in those staples and office depot type places that people forget about in. It's not very expensive in fact on staples. I know I'm sure. Office depot has the same. You can do most of it through the website, so you can choose whatever. Type of large format printing or whatever want done upload the files, and then they'll despite call you when it's done and says like you have to go, stand there and wait for a long time to have things done. When I was printing out the templates for some of our Tutu's pieces, they had full-scale templates that you could cut out styrene. In these sheets were eighteen by thirty six I think. And I was able to upload you know seven or eight of these pages, and then just like during lunch, Monday just went over and picked him up, and it was just a roll of paper and I think it was like eight dollars or something really inexpensive, but so a Lotta Times. Our plans that we sell will have a a full-scale template with them. And who that looks Nice I'm showing you guys the beautiful hand carving megantic. Just give I just gave him the laid out letters that he just laid out against the baseline. But a lot of times we'll have a full full-scale template in the the plan that somebody could print out and you know. They typically printed on a little eight and a half by eleven printer in pages, and then have to tape it together, and we get a lot of people asking like exactly how you print something full-scale, because you know depending on what system you're on a little bit, or whatever but the cheapest easiest way to do. That is just to send that file that page of the plans. To one of the stores and the have them printed out full-scale, and you can just tell them like one to one in on a permanent full size whatever that sizes and you go, get it pretty cheaply, so. It is a good resource Let's see what have I been up to. we're working on a furniture project. That's going to be out in like a month. It's kind of weird. Where taken this week off? We're not GONNA put a video out this week. Anthony had a baby, so he's. Yeah Yeah I mean his wife had. The baby is just there. Sure they they have a new little boy, and so he's out for you. Know a little bit a time and This month is GONNA be different people on the team Kinda in-and-out for different different things and so. We're taking this week off to make sure that we. Have the space we need to make all the projects we need for the rest of the on, and it's like a five week in July has five Thursdays. And, so we're taking this week off and prepping for the next few weeks. Stuff like that I've been working on RTD twos feet. More I finally have. All well. We're going to say a finally. Have all the pieces cut I? Almost have all the pieces cut and the few that failed on away Zor. but I've been cutting aluminum eighth inch aluminum on the wiser for like two weeks just piece after piece and then I'd. The sheets that are by eighteen inches, and I'm just packing them full of all of trying to nest all the piece parts on the sheets. And I'll get through it completely in. It'll have a half. A piece left, and then the power will go out or The CL-, the filter will get clogged order. Something had this conversation with somebody, and I meant to ask you about it, and since now it's the perfect opportunity. What do you do when you're three hours into g code? You want to start again on that machine, can you? You can't you know not you start from the beginning, or do you just re cut from the? Well if a couple of times I have it's it stopped. You know within the first twenty percent of the cut. And these are like six seven hour cuts, so at that point I'm just like well. Don's by the start over. It's GonNa cut through the the supporting base underneath it again when it doesn't need to, and so I'm kinda destroying the thing that you're material sending on, but it you don't waste an entire sheet or have to relay out your stuff. One of the things I don't like about the software that they've created for their machine is that you don't have really hard reference points. It's not like a three D. Printer or a CNC where it's A. It's a micro adjustment. One to one dislocation on the screen equals this location in the real world I've started the cut over, and it hasn't landed in the same spot. That's yeah. That's a very big problem with that machine. So that that has been an issue in only that worked only had to have that work one time but if once it gets off, it's off and so you can just have to start over so what I've been doing and the reason I have a few pieces left is. I'll repeat. And, this is a long cut in. It's a lot of abrasive and it likes stops every thirty minutes to fill the ABRASIVE, and so it's a process to get a sheet cut. And, so I'll do that and then at the end of the sheet, any pieces that were incomplete or had a problem. In my vector file I'll just pull that piece aside and set it off to the side, and so I've been building up a little collection of failed pieces, and then the last piece, the last sheet and need to cut is all the failed pieces together. So unfortunately I've ended up with. A lot of incomplete sheets of aluminum like I mentioned couple weeks ago I got this really cheap, so it's not a huge deal. I have plans for the scrap, so it's not a huge deal. But it has made the process of cutting. All of these pieces is a lot of pieces. take a really long time and I'm really close to it now. One of the cool things about doing this was that had a guy named Jeremy Meadows who's here in Kentucky's and Lexington. We've had a different events and stuff and he's making an are to as well. Somebody gave him a set of the same feet or similar feet as that I'm making, but he's missing one little piece. He saw that I was cutting these out of aluminum and reached out like Hey, can you cut me this one piece? I have the file and the cool thing was I could just drop it right onto an existing cut that I was already doing. They're already room on the sheet. And so something he's had trouble making for quite a while. I was able to just like cut one piece. It worked first time, and I can put it in the mail Senate to him, and you know it. It makes his project done. which is really cool. This on my plasma table. This is one thing that the obviously had some problems with my plasma cutter. Really more hardware problems anything else, but the one thing I love about the software is anywhere. You are on the cut as long as you do not move the plate. You can go back to and start again. So if you having a, let's see having consumables problem. As long as you don't changing the settings or accidentally like reset zero whatever you can go back in completely moved the torch. Take the torch apart. Put it back together, and then zoom in on your vector inside your cut path that on the screen and say start cut here and it will start right from there now. That is an amazing piece of software. That I wish was available. On every other CECE. Marie, the machine that I got. From. The injection molding company. A.. P. S. I believe is the name the company is that the name accompanied by the Jewish. It's it's those letters. I'm not sure. This is a confusing grand well. They gave me a their CNC machine. The Spider CNC AND Those a couple of failed cuts, not because of the machine because a me, because of you know speeds and feeds and broken bits, but. Thankfully I was able to dig into the software, go right into g code. Find out what line of code we were on. The start here, oh, cool and the. the the tarmac has that same feature. We can go into the G. Code. Let's say you have a power failure or something, and you can go back into the cut as long as you don't lose zero. and Go back in and say start here. The the wager is missing all those functions unfortunately. Is I've had a couple of failed cots and. And I needed to go back in ended up just four fitting that piece of material. You think it's capable as it software. They just Cambria. Yes, all weekend. I. I think I'm learning a whole lot about that machine now that I've used it a whole lot over the last you know before this, it was like cut one piece here. One piece there, and it's been pretty limited, but this has been consistently running for a couple of weeks beginning of the day to the end of the day I've gone to really. Yeah, and so now I'm starting to see. A couple of things one that it's pretty amazing that that can exist in a desktop form factor. But there's. There's a reason that it typically exists and a really large scale because of the amount of water flow, and the amount of abrasive that has to be used in the way that you have to clean that out like to clean this machine out. You have to take it apart and scoop out I had to take my I had a flip my bed over my. Head to do it and as okay. I went to pick it up. My own doesn't oh, it's mounted by four screws in the water, and I had to take each one of the screws out like extremely because of I dropped it in the water before I got the last screw out I'd have to reach underneath thing and figure out where it is and stainless steel gas would stainless steel doesn't do doesn't get picked up by magnet found that out. and. The last crusade you got then you've gotta flip the thing over and blindly put those screws in while submerged in water. Find It. You feel like you're an underwater mission on the titanic trying. And trying to get that screw in and I'm like up. It's cross up. It's not you back it up. Not It's not Christian. Oh, no, that's it as I'm dial ended in the whole bracket. Breaks off. This screws cross threaded. I broke mine the other day. So I have three mooring spots in one of them's broken off and no joke that whole corner the thing I have to like. squish it down at swishes into the water quarter-inch a squishy. Nets the corner that's broken off. So I have a heavyweight to sitting on the corner of the thing to keep it soft stuffed into the water. Yeah I broke my on that same thing couple of days ago and this block on the that you're talking about, or the Jimmy's talking about is A. I don't know three four inch block of corrugated plastic, and it's pretty dense by itself, but then it gets filled up with abrasive and water so you to lift that thing out of there. Then it's like lifting three concrete blocks at the same time as one big. You know soggy thing. And, then once you get it out. You have this abrasive that you have to clean out and you just have to scoop it out and it's. I don't even understand how it's so heavy, but it's a process to get. This thing cleaned out, but like I said I'm not trying to dog on it. I, it's also pretty amazing what you can do with something of that size you using regular one in power, regular regular water and drain system. One thing to be will be wary to it's. It's a first. First Gen machine first-generation machine. If these guys are going to be able to make it through and keep going this all this user feedback that they're going to be able to put into generatio-. Yeah, absolutely and I was GONNA. Bring it up to for anybody. That's I. Don't know how we we. We didn't even plan on a topic. We're just talking but the. One. Thing and guys could tell me your feeling on this when they mak- a software, or they make a see. It's so funny that we're talking about this five years ago. I would have been completely in the door now like a PhD CNC Guy. Because I've had so many problems like like Derek had so many problems getting his CNC machine setup as Derek. You know what I said. You should be thankful because by the time you're done solving all these problems, you'll be so a able to troubleshoot stuff. Stuff near, whereas if everything's perfect and then one day you're going to have a problem. Then you're going to be panic and trying to fix something in the middle of like a crazy do data whatever anyway so the point of making a wanted to bring up his stuff like the way, Zor where they have this sort of masked software and software like easel where they have this. It's so easy. They hide all the mechanics. It's like basically getting a car never opening the hood because the Koren's perfect and one day the car dozen running. Had Open the hood wait. Hood doesn't even have a latch. What do you mean I? Don't you know what I mean? And that's what some of the software is like. They try and make it so user friendly that you're missing behind the curtain and you don't have to fix it because you don't know what to do. And so stuff like. The Way Zor, software and stuff like. easel software where they try and make it super even like I- movie which I use all the time. They China make it like so user friendly, but this so many other options. They can't get rid of them. They just hide them. And then you got to dig into the so them I think so. I wouldn't lose easily compared to the that compared to like digging into like a veteran so something where there's a lot more to do. I think it's better to start with the complicated stuff and then go through it. I don't know about that. I wouldn't is what I'm saying. Is it gives you use the simple as softwares? Sometimes, there's no choice like ways doesn't have a choice. You just have to use it. They had but using the simplest softwares, and you don't realize you can go to that part of the G and start again. You can't on that machine, but another machines you can so make sense looking saying it seems easier to just dive in the deep end of the pool and figure it out, and you'll be that much smarter. Wrestler annual that whereas people use Easel, and then they start come against all these like as you get better quickly, and you start wanting more from the software, and it's not available, because it's under the hood, and that's supposed to be there, and then you move onto the next thing. move onto the next software, and then you realize Oh. This is nice. This is where I should have been I. Don't think so release the way my brain works if if I started with. The like the what's the veteran benchmarks that are called Jab. The car from vk via Bacar car pro. If you start with that, it's so complicated that for me. It creates a barrier like others way too much to learn CNC is is dumb I. Don't want to dive into this anymore, but something with easel. I say ninety percent of what I do is just cutting out vector shapes, and so that is, that is perfect and I. It increases my success rate, and now once I get past that point on my own. If I want to do a three D. type thing, oh, I have to Ecu. Move onto this more complicated software and learned that for me. It's it's. It's like little stepping stones. It's like getting feet wet and understanding how it works instead of trying to understand something that's has too many options like if you've never opened up, photoshop. And you open up photoshop now. Where the heck do I begin. There's there's a thousand tools. While I'll give you my personal experiences. It's like when I I'd rather be inside like let's say for instance of at the Fem of like in an aeroplane and I. Don't know any of those controls on the airplane. I'll tell my teacher show me the three things I need to know how to take off and land I mean obviously there's more to it than that, but the point of making. I don't I just WanNa know the basics and okay. If you use these four parts of the software, the controllers, this will get you a cut, and then I stay in the house, framers for a little while to feel comfortable, and then they go. Oh, you mean I could offset my. I could I kept negative offset my cut. Make it wider. Make It skinnier Oh. Wow, where's that option? Okay? I need to make a dog bone. Because now this next project means a dog bone. Oh, that's right there on the software. That's where I had the dog so solely. Start to pick up each little piece, but I get comfortable knowing what I need to do exactly the basics. I just WanNa make I just WANNA cut out a letter. These are the four things you know. And when my very first entrance into vector for instance was I, sat down with the people at shop bought. Like in two thousand and thirteen at maker Faire and they sat me down with veterans, and just showed me and I didn't know anything I thought. Veterans was their own personal saw for I didn't realize that it was a licensed the across platforms. And they showed me and right away at okay, so this is a little bit like illustrator Oh. Yeah, it's exactly like illustrated, but then you choose which side of the vector to cut on awesome and I went away and that's how i. that's what I did for a year. I mean maybe half a year, and then I started to get outside that comfort zone, and solely pick up this other little piece of the software, and then this other option that I could choose and then this other option I could choose and. I remember going from just a regular straight cut to like a V cut. Like this sofas named? V Carbon still don't know what that means like. And then I started googling, and then I realized how the beautiful letters you could do with with what V. Carved does using a bit. And so the point of making is is like I basically get into the complicated arena. Just get that piece of what I know comfortable with, and then I just stay with that. And then I slowly denture into the rest of the the process. So a pretty strong opinion about this as someone who did software for a long time. And actually mentioned this in our fusion course, which is not a way to plug the course, but I will plug the corner. Sixty! Just quickly with fusion remember John Saunders got me started on fusion from NYC CNC Saunders machine. He's like what do you want to do? He's like. Let me show you how to make a box. And that like another just drawing all the time, and then like okay. How do I draw box in a circle? Anyway, so that was my good. So the reason I bring that up is because when in the course in the part where I'm talking about using fusion as a three D slicer for three D., printer. Personally I think that the interface to do that. Infusion is pretty terrible, but it's brand new. And I reference its implementation of that functionality versus something like Cura with also three slicing software or Proust's slicer, which is also feeding, simplify three. You mentioned earlier. Those are all different pieces of where that do essentially the same thing. They a file for to go to a three D. Printer. They sliced into layers. And they all exposed the huge number of three D. printing settings in different ways. And, what I think is really can make a piece of software successful is. The layering of exposure for deep settings, so I used to work on. These these complex interfaces for it people and at one point we made a product that needed to be really useful for somebody who like wasn't an IT person. They were in charge of it. You know they were like the. Human resources person that also had to make sure that all the printers worked, and so we had to make sure that they could use the software, but then that same piece of software would be useful for someone who was fulltime is not ran everything. The way that you do that is that you have this scaled interface of depth so that the person can come to level one in like they get the three things that you're talking about Jimmy they get the three things that they need to make sure everything works then go to level two, and they get like. Oh, well I can also do these things I can also do these, and then they go to super advanced mode where they have everything laid out, and they can take every box, and they can make every change in they can whatever whatever? Successful software exposes those things as you move through them, so both of what you're saying is absolutely true. The best software can do all of that in lead you down the path as you get more useful, the problem with a lot of the current pieces, a software which I think is what Jimmy's talking about. Take Easel I have nothing against these choosing as an example. There's no path of exposure. It exposes certain things, and then it stops Nisa. This is me not having used easel and fire so your on when, but but but it goes to a point, and then it stops off now the problem with mock four or with you know veterans, or any of those things is like they shotgun you with every possible everything at the very beginning, and there's no path to it, and so it's completely overwhelming for people who don't have the experience or don't WanNa. You know need to be eased into it. with three D slicer 's. Simplify is the shotgun. It's the like you open that up and you have every possible. Every little you know I want the third layer of the fifth time I've printed this thing to have these conditions and it's just like. Like I. Don't who cares, but somebody out. There cares not me. PRU slicer has all of that, but you don't have to mess with it unless you WanNa mess with it. You load a file in you. Pick a preset. You're good, and if you WANNA open up that preset and go deeper into it and change the third layer on the fifth. You can. It's a good piece of software. And it's a derivative of. Another piece of slicing software that was built in the past and you know so. They've taken existing code and they've made it more usable. Nate made the interface better. And, so I guess I'm agreeing with you, but also saying that one of the things that makes a really good piece of control software for any digital. is its flexibility to be both of those things to be the thing that the two of you both individually Nin and something in the middle as you dream there from one position to another. So that's my spiel done while I'm going to say my experience has been. I've started with simple software. Because I was a little hesitant to wanted to learn at all. So that's why then I started realizing. Come up against the wall quickly and now my my. My first impulses like show me everything at once. let me see everything. Again this really. For me works when somebody's there to show me not when I'm alone at night sitting at the computer, when I could either go quickly on youtube and find the video cuts right to what I need to know. Show me how to get started coming to do some basics and then from there I could ease into the rest of. The software get into the deep end of the boom. Look I, said it helps when someone's at a show me, but when I for instance like. I, am now had the opposite experience. Where final cut pro is everything at once? And for me, that was too much because I didn't need to make. I didn't need all those decisions so then now. I work in movie. which is you know ten percent of that program where you can have ultimate layers of sound below an ultimate layers of a video of the baseline in? Final Cut. Pro. and. I'm movie. You don't have that, but that forces me to be created only because I don't want to deal with all those interfaces I just want simpler interface so i. if there are circumstances where. I want the simple stuff. I wonder where phones are going to go, because Google and apple have been. Excellent at simplifying things so much, and then when touchscreen bones for came out both apple and android. It's like you you know. You could pinch and zoom you touch to open an APP, and now they keep getting more complicated with each and software and the challenges to keep it simple, so you know your grandma and Grandpa could buy that phone and use it to their so many gestures now. I, get you so you so. Last night I went. Less Intel having fun, we would give chippy this little thing to shake like he was being like a ferocious animal and we. We kept doing these slow mo takes of him like shaken this like rubber thing. And then to go in and edit the the. Biz I, five points on be iphone movie. Thing where you touch like. If you touch it here, gives you the touch it. There gives you the extent. How is anybody going to know? You know what I mean. You gotta just like. Screw up a thousand times. Oh and you know my thing is like you know the pads on a dog's feet. I can't even touch the screen when I I gotTA. Let my. Friend. Is a great vizo like to to drag the slow Mo. Line wider a shorter. Also immediately like makes you go to the next image I don't WanNa. Go to I, want to touch that little tiny on the screen and slide it over and I have the iphone giant and I still can't get finger on that right spot called, but like most people don't even. Most people don't even go like that. You support and I didn't know Intel like Oh you side the slider by touching it and she's dainty. Touches it and touching escort? The next image so I was thinking last night. Like how many touch points are going to be in one little interface? And like how many people just don't know? It's available because they touch the screen and it's swipes at the next picture. They don't touch the screen and and adjust the slow more. And I think Gen. that's in a specific piece of software for video editing which. Is Not really the greatest place before that it works, but a to your question David I think. A lot of the the added gesture stuff is what I'm talking about, though because you can get around the phone, and you can use the major functions of it with tapping with pinching and that's it. You know if you want to get to the deeper functionality, the quicker functionality of a phone you can mike on on an apple phone. You can press and hold. In pushed down deeper, and then you get a different menu that pops up. It's not necessary, but it's an extra way to get to. Something now holds a really hard menu pops up. It's what are you doing here? So if you have a thing where you can tap on the back of the phone, it's not really a button, but it will recognize that as gesture now. That's not going to be I have to do that to use my phone, but it's an added way to do that so I think they're adding those gestures and combinations of things as a way to get more out of the physical. Interface without complicating it so much to where like you have to know every single one of those to be able to text and make phone calls in. The! Get deeper. They should be more ominous like okay. You Really WanNa. Know What this does you sure? Are you ready for the? Okay now you. Can't. You can't go back from here. You understand right? Anyway. I don't know how we got to that, but we're like fifty five minutes. So you know there there goes that. So far! You. Guys got anything else on this random collection of software transition. This is. Got To talking about. quote, let me think are Patriot supporters in you guys can. Tell us what you've been watching a big thanks to everybody that helped Saddam Patriae on. We were talking before we started recording. Jimmy said that his agent keeps trying to offer us these These advertising deals for the podcasts which are not worthwhile. For podcasts, they never are because we don't get billions of listens, and we're no cereal and were no, you know. It's just not worthwhile. It makes this possible and makes it super easy for assiduous completely ignore all that advertising opportunity because of the people that help us out on Patriae on, so thank you sincerely deal all of them The top supporters over there are Corey Award works by Solo Chad for man crafting maker in training fun kiss artistic. Creations Blondie hacks. You can make this to odin leather goods, albers, woodworks and rich Lohan, but there's a whole list of other people over there as well that help. and we are grateful for every single one of them. Everybody gets the after show everybody over there, and in case you're still not clear when you sign up for Patriot on, you will have the URL for the after show is like it shows up in the top right corner of Patriot and I believe in you. Put that in your podcast player. That's your feed for the after show, which is a separate little show. It's more of US talking and stuff and sometimes, Jimmy as pants, sometimes he. rants about stuff. Sometimes. To keep my mouth shut I'm GONNA GET MYSELF JOE? Anyway so a big thanks, everybody over there, and if you want to help out the show, go to patriotdepot dot com slash making it. We would appreciate it. But you can also just listen. You know you don't have to do that either way. Cool! He has got anything to recommend anything new anything. Interesting I'm gonNA push weaver leather. I might have a lot of people know that I'm working with them, but go check out weaver leathers channel. We've been going back and forth whether my video should be on their channel on my channel than a show where they get the most bang for the buck, but lately would have been doing. Doing have been posted a video of my channel for them, and then give them like a edited version with voice for their channels, so go check that out, and also chuck door, said his over there. Chuck is amazing leather crafter with years and years, and years of experience and Chuck is like the featured act over at the weaver lava channels over there and tell him I sent you. So, they know that. Looking out to them. So, mine is a video. That's a couple of years old just randomly came across it and I. Think it's excellent. It's called. Why do stupid people think they're smart? And it goes kind of into it like a scientific theory, and the theory is called the dunning Kruger effect, and it's basically. People who dive into a new thing they don't know what they don't know so, and it's just an excellent animated video on why stupid people think they're smart? which is a the title is a little exaggerated, but it's a fun video. Interesting I was trying to find mine because I had a something to recommend now. I can't find what it was I actually had something this week. Is a disappointing. Dang it. I don't know what it was I'm just GONNA. Go with whatever's in front of me. With is Alex. deal making a mountain bike. Have you been watching Alec? Mickey Mouse Yeah. A little bit. It's crazy, crazy crazy. The I haven't watched all of the parts. There's like he just put out a part seventy eight, which is a joke that's not. But he he calls the pert seventy. It's crazy how he He started this path of making a mountain bike frame and. and. Somewhere along the thing realized he needed this Jig to get the amateur right. And then I skipped a couple episodes, or whatever, and then all of a sudden. There's this crazy jig that he's putting together which is like a huge ordeal, and it's like uses lasers to get it on a line and stuff just to be able to get the geometry right. He's going all in on getting this thing. Right and I mean that's his typical fashion is just to do something and keep doing it and keep redoing and redoing it and fixing it and stuff until it's right, which is really cool to see. So I. AM definitely enjoying watching him figure out how to make a mountain bike frame out of I. Guess It's stainless is doing stainless. The gears. Pretty awesome so good. Check that out. I had something else to look at. You won't be able to pick that up with a magnet though. No wouldn't falls asleep. It's going to. That and he won't be able to get back. That'll be a bummer. Cool well Yeah I guess that's it unless you guys got anything else with this week. I will have a lighter. Jimmy's like lighting lighter those sitting on a bump on my button. What is it my lighter? Cool all right well. Thanks for listening. In accent. Loving Goodbye Guys in the show love complicated software.

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7/1/20 How does the right fight back?

The Mark Belling Show

2:24:56 hr | 4 months ago

7/1/20 How does the right fight back?

"Good afternoon Milwaukee. Is. The Mark Ballet late afternoon show. On News Talk Seven thirty W I S. Let me. Throw out something briefly, then something else, and they get to a topic. Votes made why I'm doing it this way. Let me throw the following on briefly. UNLESS, they change their mind to get it. Every anything is possible right now. The baseball season is scheduled to start at a few weeks and they're going to be playing individuals stadium said I. Think most people know the drill you only play on your own division at the other leagues same division in other words, the brewers will play only their rivals of the National League, central plus one interleague series with everybody in the American League, Central and teams play on their own ballparks. Home it away. The idea avoid travelling play just to save gangs. You'RE GONNA. Play Sixty Games at. It's going to against the same teams over and over. Don't forget most people that and most people also heads. So I just throw this out and I want you to think about it. Why couldn't they for example? Let's three thousand fans in. And Literally Space and enforce it in other words, people who came with one another a spouse or boyfriend grow your kids. You can sit with them, but you couldn't sit with a group of any kind of strangers and. Miller Park is a little over forty thousand three thousand. You could imagine the spacing. Now. We all know what the answer is. You know what the answer is. Yeah it just. It makes too much sense. They don't let anybody because then. What's that I just? It's just one of nine million things going God which. You can't do an obviously simple decision. Do you understand how much social distancing that would be if you scattered three thousand people at a forty three thousand seat ballpark ch-. It would be worse issue. This thing that I have with Paul Right now and we've got a glass wall between us. The Springs of X. Thank. You just get the impression and I know that a lot of people are saying this. You just get the impression. That people are frustrated over nothing right now, making any sense. Then matter where you are, what walk of life you're it or what you're encountering you just constantly seeing things that make zero saids. I'll give you one that happen to be today. I, don't have a candidate. It's not important. Whatever you say of the People WanNa. Know why it's like what I ask you. What are you working with us? Some engineering over there and you tell me it's not important. You WANNA know, but everybody wants to know. When you have a car like mind. You're just constantly replacing tires for one thing. The weird thing about tires. The more expensive they are, the shorter the lead time that they last. That's the entire point of it. Because the more expensive tires have extremely aggressive, tread and very little rubber on the. They don't last slog the ones that last. It's you don't want it. Is the I could analogize this. It's like horses. What is just getting night few years at a horse racing? There is at old trader. Wasn't even that old, but you know. Horse traders always see old. Trying to think of the guy's name. DAKE Trainer Jersey. Anyway, We're just talking to general abroad. Horses that he said you know obviously. If you're into horse ownership, the biggest single downside is simply how much time you're spending with the horses off on the sidelines, always getting hurt I made. The joke that I always tell Ism, somebody tells ears healthy as a horse. Go to the doctor, the least healthy Cata phys physical animal that the river is well. They're always hurt. They're just getting her. There's this. There's that there's the other thing anyway. They all trade to me. Only the fast ones get hurt. The slow ones last forever as right about that. The slow new last forever. Know why the slow ones last forever! Well, they're writing for their rights while. They. Think about it for a minute. If you if you got to eleven, hundred part edibles, what is running really fast that hitting the really hard and another one is plotting around Debbie which one's GonNa last longer. Plotter which they all do. You see an eleven year old horse. Generally, they're while they're. It'd be gallic if he's let out of the LA as slow. Hundred and fifty to start. Yeah, eight wins. Keeps on going because he's slow. Anyway This all came up because I said ended never car. It's getting tires, and as long as it was getting tires. It's time for service and do this. That and the other thing etcetera etcetera. Etcetera. So I, had all these things that I had to do this morning, but I don't have a car because out. He took the car any and. Here's another thing by the way that I picked up where. People are not aware that there are certain businesses that are just booming right now. We've been commenting on the real estate thing which apparently is is in a freak show on steroids boom in much of the country including southeastern Wisconsin. Especially in higher profile suburban areas. It's just put the thing on sale at sells like it will sell before you even like listed. Somehow they just find out that you were thinking of listening to the next thing. You know seventy Elliott well, apparently the automobile repair. Thing is booming right now. Now, part of that is I guess, but you think about it. It makes sense. You wouldn't think so much this summer, but whatever you're approaching a holiday weekend. People take cars in for service. It's just you know if you need something done. Because a lot of people are traveling then but also. There's just this whole. There are all sorts of things that people slowed down doing during the covert lockdowns and so. And and getting cars May. Be Part of his people didn't want to go into. Public didn't want to go to the car dealership that they want to sit in the lobby well. Everybody's past that now they're all back like anyway. They had no loaner cars. I mean this is a higher dealership that I go to. They always have a loaded. They didn't have any. Well I mean. The Guy Drove me back home at a courtesy vehicle and he actually offered. They could shuttle I'm not GONNA do that. Can you imagine tell the guy to come all the way and then dried me out to Greenfield can use the badge of that. I mean they would've dotted. You spend the money. I got a car. They want to build loyalty, but I don't have the ability to be that kind of a day guy. Just it's like the people they. I still can't bring myself to call a door dash ordering one Jimmy Johns Sandwich I. Just can't I mean. How do you have any self-respecting? Not Say you're the most lazy slug in the world, and then you do it once it. It's the well you order a pizza dough. Yes, I admit there's no logic behind it. There's just. There's only so far I want to go and just deciding that I never ever ever. GonNa, do anything ever get. Plus. Most people looking for an excuse to get out of the house right now there's. Nothing to do you could at least do that, right? Do. So anyway, but the stupid thing that happened. One of the many things that today get a haircut. The place I get! My haircut is unbelievably close to where I live. So you do the Bat again while I complain about people that are stupid, there is also the do you ought to walk or do you want to call Lubar? Call over, but you know do the over. Now, you live out of the suburbs, these things never come into play for you to walk to wherever I don't. Do you even need to get your haircut anymore is just fall out on its own for your. I'm guessing where you get. Your haircut is like miles. It biles away right. Well Yeah, so I bid, but no, she'd have you walkie to get a haircut. That would be like saying you know. What is your walk to Seattle you know? Although, why would anybody go to Seattle at all? SEATTLE JUST GOT UP I. Won't be the end of the world at Seattle just gonNA disappear, just this. Be consumed crime in Bulgaria. You know they say of San Francisco can survive. Seattle will too, but anyway. It's an interesting test. The the place I got. My haircut is like five blocks. CANEPA not to walk it right. especially, it's not exactly bad weather today. But see you. Don't know anything about living in a city. You don't know anything about Uber. Before anybody watched it I could also have taken the trolley, but trust me that I would. Still I wouldn't be I wouldn't be there yet. If I if I waited for that, and then you have to get off the trolley at the trolley. Stop at the see. People think that the trolley stops everywhere, but they see it only stops with those big. Things are so unless you live closer. You're going somewhere close to that thing. You literally better off walking taking the trolley. I know I've said I I told you from the beginning I'M GONNA get I'm at least gotta get my money's worth of the damn thing. The problem is is that it's never of any use to be used it right after I had my stroke whether they didn't allow me to drive. I was hopping out of then to win this that and the other thing. I want to drive people crazy by using it. I want to turn it into a right thing. Get on there now. That would be the way I would get the virus, but now the trolley is not an option. It didn't even occur to me if they have using stupid trolley because you have to wait forever, and then you got to walk to get to the trolley, and then after you get off the trolley, you have to walk to where your gold. What's the point? I would I wonder if I would actually walk longer going to and from the trolley that I would if I just. Walked so anyway, so here's what you do. If you live at a steady and your, you've got a decision like this the bake. Take a guess you might be able to figure it out. Trying to figure it out. Before you decide if you're gonNA walk dot and you don't have a car, what are you? Know, but what do you do? It's no. There's something to everybody who now lives in cities is New York Chicago Milwaukee. If it's anywhere in less than ten black to you don't have a car before you make decision walking. You do something. Well you don't call. You check and see how much uber is because. There is no way to predict what Uber Is. GonNa cost taxis. They have the meter and they're all none of those guys. Turn that thing out anymore. They're so hacked off about the whole meter ski I. Don't even know if you're required us to meter in the taxi anymore. The taxi driver at least Uber You know what it's going to be. The Ted. These taxi drivers that we have right now. Twenty Bucks Gimme a break. See and some people pay it I. Just taxi driver tries to call it a ridiculous number that he makes up I. Just don't do it. I mean they know that they're just looking for suckers out there you know from the Pfizer formed like six blocks away twenty bucks giving up break. What do you do you think you are uber? What? The thing that Uber would have over the cavs is it was always way way way cheaper, Idd, the next thing you know suddenly Uber charges you eighteen, thousand, five, hundred and forty two dollars to go across the street, so you always check and see what the UBS and there's never any riding aretha to it. Never it all has to do with the algorithm that's built into the thing on Hamady drivers. They have in the vicinity in other. Other words if you get to this when they have this, what do they call it? Peak price or whatever the prices soar for instance at you try to get an uber after a bucks game just to go. Five blocks is usually twenty five thirty thirty five dollars, they after regulated because they simply don't have enough drivers to respond to the call, so they said it had high enough a number that only a lunatic would actually do it. So at this is five blocks. What do you think uber comes back at when I check it! Seven dollars and ninety three cents for five blocks. Break. Now I could afford seven dollars. A died three sets. I also, if I, you know, maybe if there was a severe thunderstorm, or it's twenty seven below zero, or it's a snowstorm, and you can't walk on the streets because they didn't shovel a shovel of or something. Maybe I consider the ninety-three. It's like seventy nine eighty degrees outside. There's no way there's no way I'm paying the seven dollars and ninety three cents, plus you still have to wait for the Uber Guy to get there I'd be there. All right that was this morning. Now. I gotta get to work. Now. For most people who know I live on the Far East Sil- like the set of. We are in the southwest side of Milwaukee County. Right on the walk at nearly the Waukesha county lied three racks throws. You can almost get there. We'll take you. Seven rack throws, but. Wonder how many rack those it would take me to get it to the county line right now quite a few. It's like two or three blocks, but we're right out on the WAUKESHA county lied. How much do you think that Uber? Cost? Eighteen dollars and fifty cents I nothing make sense. The one ride, which would have taken the driver? Approximately forty five seconds is nearly eight bucks the other ride, which is a twenty minute drive that's about how long it takes me twenty minutes. It's less than twenty dollars. What, there's no this is the kind of thing people confronting all over life right now, and this everything seems to be screwed up. And again the the part of the I know what the issue is. Uber does not have enough drivers right now the recent. Drivers is because there's no business for the drivers. The thing that's happened with office buildings shutting out is almost everybody who was driving for. Uber has quit because there's no business. The vast majority of Uber Users in America are people who are in urban areas going for one downtown building to another one office building to another there are people out in the suburbs who use them, but the bulk of it is that you know people from out of out of the hotel this that and the other they well there is. Nobody had hotel. There is you know most of the office? Office buildings remained closed their either sporting events, and all the things, so a lot of the people that were driving cooper. It's just not worth it to sit out there in your car. Drive at around waiting to get way to get pain with a with an uber request, and there aren't enough of them, because there aren't enough when you watt one. There's only a few, so they end up having. To set the rate relatively high to get the person to come, but because they don't get many right calls once you hook. The Guy doesn't cost you that much more to use them for a long period of time I know that's probably what's happening with the algorithm why it works. That reminds me. I didn't tip the guy. See a tip on the APP. I forgot I'll take care of it. You can go. You can go back people do people do it a week later. People will often do that a week later. See you get an email from the. I usually do it later out of the day, but see because you don't use cash or tuber. Just tip on the APP, but you just tip on the some people probably give them cash, but he just simply for me to tip on the APP, but. Got To know I'll do it. I'm not I don't stiff people what? No. You tip in cash. Of course you could tip and cash. What's the guy go to say? Say I I'M NOT GONNA. Take the money. See Tipping not yet. If. You WanNa give the give the guy five dollars. Trust me. He's GonNa take it there's. No. You can't pay cash typic- cash. But you could also tip on. You can also tip on the APP so. That's what I normally do, but a lot of people I do see just slept three or four dollars cash, but I don't do that so I'll remember to take care of that so anyway. That was a long way of just getting. Everything seems to be screwed up. There's no rhyme, nor reason for almost anything and people are very very frustrated, and then it translates over to what's going on in this country. You'll never get this media because the media doesn't know any actual American conservative. But I hear this stuff all the time I would hear it even more if we took calls on the show. I cannot stress to you. How hat off people are with what's going on in this country right now? People. Are Really Really. Mad, They're very angry and I know. When it started, it started during the protests. When they saw the police agencies across the country. We're simply going to allow a bunch of people to break all the social distancing rules that everybody else had been shoved around with in this country for months. That's when it started and people were just angry about it. When you're saying a cop running around. you know you didn't have a mascot in the menards or The famous story go to somebody's house because you hear the kid as somebody and or the cops come over because you have ten people over in your Backyard Party, etc, enforcing all of those things shutting down the bars at all of that, and then the protests started in suddenly. Nothing applies not only do not have the social distancing rose. Apply notice any other real. You can just march around on Straits in Minneapolis you can burn a police station down the cops right away from deal. At. All of this just happened people realize here we are following every one of these rules including all of these insane rules that they come up and bring up in the next thing you know here are other people who apparently have way more rights than US regular law, abiding Americans, and they can do whatever they want. You can go into Madison and you can smash destroy businesses and State Street and nothing happens, and you can come back after they boy after they fix that up the next day and smash it again, and then you come back the third day, and you smashed it again and they'll allow you. And it continues right after this point. You could throw a Molotov cocktail at the city county building. When there's all sorts of people inside working for people at auto the city, it's just that city hall and the courthouse, and for the police the whole thing. For Madison and Dantonio local government. You can knock down and knocked to the ground. A member of the Wisconsin state said it and not have any fear at all that anybody is going to do anything to you. You can tear down statues that may have almost incalculable values and nobody will do anything about that. And people just see all these people who can break every rule that you could imagine. Yet they find themselves under persecution. And unable to do all sorts of things like. The point that I. Introduced the program went. Which is the point of it? Why couldn't you let three thousand people scattered at into a game? Then you can't do that, but you can knock down that statue and you could have two hundred and fifty people all glomming Gandhi with their germs. Breathe it all over another ads they do it. People were hacked off about this. And it extends toward almost everything. You see people who pride a post comments on social media and they're taken down because they're racist that they're bad. And in response to this, what happens? Major companies are going after facebook because they're not banning enough conservative speech. And people keep wondering wh. What can we possibly do? How can we fight back against this? And that is the real problem. What can we do? How can we fight back? Well. As you know, I get the question all the time for years and years and years I'll share a story. WAS WE'LL? What can I do and I just wondered. Could you know what you can do? I grant you. In this. It is hard to know what people I suppose to do. With this type of environment going on, what are you supposed to do? When you have for example, county fairs, outdoor events, closing and canceling. But in the sand, communities protesters, breaking fourteen laws by March at her out of the streets, and doing no social distancing, being cheered odd. And kids that get involved in the middle of this are encouraged rather than get the kind of slapping down that they were doing say they were going to a fair. I grant you. It's very very frustrating for people they wonder. What in the world can I do? I pick up from hearing from some elected officials particularly on the Republican side because it's Republicans that are going to hear the most of this, because it's their constituents that are most hacked off left. He's obviously our had hacked off by any of this because they're the ones that are doing it. The average left. He thinks that a riot should be legal. But, going into a store shouldn't be. That's what left he steak. So you're not gonNA get money complaints. The Democratic elected officials Republicans are here and they're obviously hearing from a lot of people that are very very frustrated. Over what's happening in our society, and what's happening in our country? The after noon Madison announced that they're closing the bars again. The brief reopening remember these local governments don't have any authority to issue any of these orders at all, but unless somebody takes them to court. They're going to do it. And Madison is going to back to a locked out of the bars that they want to get it in place in time for the fourth of July weekend. The bars at Madison will be able to serve outdoors only. So if you don't have an outdoor area at the by, you're out of luck. But there will be no indoor surface in madison bars. This is the say, Madison. They did nothing. To Stop Hundreds of people. Packed, mass together in protests that turned into riots. But you know dog well. If two people try to go into a bar, they'll stop them for that. This is our world now. This is the world that is run by liberals. Some of these things true are happening. In areas controlled by Republicans, but most of the extreme examples. are in areas controlled by liberals. If you take a look at for example the places it was constant. That still have excessive restrictions with regard to the COVID. They're almost all the liberal areas. Madison Milwaukee City of receiving so odd all with very very democratic mayors in very democratic city councils, etc.. In the states. Where the violence is most out of control right now, they're almost all run by Democrats. In the communities. That did nothing to enforce any kind of health ordinances, or for that matter any other types of ordinances, the demonstrations it was almost always gamma craddock rent areas I didn't say entirely. But almost always. What you are seeing in front of you right now. And one of the advantages we have of the states pretty pretty much half run by Democrats half on by Republicans. And also. kind of as a generalization, the big cities pretty much run. By Democrats in the suburbs, pretty much run by Republicans. You're seeing a real differentiation in the philosophies of the two. And the Democrats are proving that A. They're crazy. And be there irrational. There's nothing rational about Madison say we're GonNa shut down all the bars for the fourth of July weekend, but we're going to allow five thousand rioters to walk hand in hand fall over the top of one another. There's nothing logic about that. Nothing. There's no logic to it at all. There's just this. Madison doesn't like private business which a bar is, and they do like protesters at riots, so they allow the one and not the other. But the result of this when you then added on to everything else. Demands that we tear down statues of the founders and leaders of our country. We're very close read predicting to the religious statues coming down, and I suspect that it will happen in the next round of riots, where crosses and statues of Jesus and churches are GONNA. Be smashed busted up. It's going to continue as I. Say until someone stops it. We went in just a few weeks from a few confederate statues in confederate flags to George Washington Abraham Lincoln. Somehow Woodrow. Wilson got himself thrown into this. James Madison. You've got a city like wall what Tosa. which admittedly is left of center? While a suburb. It's not exactly a Republican suburb. With serious proposal. What I say serious at that. It's got a lot of support. To take the names of Washington and Lincoln and Wilson and Madison off the schools. Literally the heritage of our nation. A country that until only a couple of years ago, it was pretty much agreed to by everybody publicly. was, spectacular, nation that we are all proud of. It seems like a trillion years ago. That everybody stood for the national. Add them. Can you imagine what it will be like? When sports do resume, and they played the anthem. Never mind the players. How many fans are GonNa? Sit on their keystone. When can't even guess? Seventy percent. Anybody left of center. It's a badge of honor right now to say. I'm not going to Stanford. This racist awful horrible country. So I get it begs the question that I threw out. What could you? I'm going to share something. I received from molested her. I get a lot of like what you're going to hear I'm just GonNa Cherry pick out in. Pull this what? People that are extremely frustrated. Extremely frustrated. It comes up a little ways that you wouldn't think. Getting mad because they were told they had to leave the menards. If they didn't put a mascot now, my response to that is simple. Screw. John Menard, don't call them an arts. The problem is going to be when if a walkie goes to a citywide ordinance in a committee hearing tomorrow Milwaukee requires wearing masks in all public spaces. and so on that you wouldn't have the option of deciding where to go, but like I say somebody's been going to menards forever and ever and ever to. You have to leave if you don't put a mascot, this is what people just. There's always something that becomes the last Straw and the last draw that statement is used for a reason, destroyed the latest little tiniest little thing that it is, but people don't object because one straws Adam. It's because there were nine billion stras on there, and they put up with all of and finally one just enough. So share with you something that I received from the audience because begs, that's larger question of. What are we supposed to do? US Eleven thirty wins Mark belling late afternoon show we live out in the sticks matter to to shoot off some fireworks Saturday. Will you. Do I bet like really Wussy fireworks? I right I been part of a thing in which I. The guy was shooting off. With mortar fire he's. As good as the actual stuff I mean the stuff that most of you know. If you're aware there's fireworks that are going on right now. Six consecutive hours every night at Milwaukee. Mostly coming from the central city in the east side, it's so odd, and it's dangerous because some of these things can land on a tree or a building. Start a fire, but I don't see anybody shooting up the big giant bottle, rockets and sparklers just little Who Don't that? Don't do much of anything, but I would think on the fourth of July. Whatever stash the result, there's really going to go off by the way if you're not aware. Many of the fireworks stores are sold out just for this reason, there is an incredible ron especially in places like a walkie. Any illegal fireworks going on ad with people who live in the country with regular fireworks shows beat. People will just start doing it off on their own because. They're canceled almost everywhere anyway. The forecast as we approached the holiday weekend cleared humid tonight with temperatures. Staying might dip into the upper sixty sixty eight for a Lotta Mile, mostly sunny made eighties everybody these days they're saying the how to three or four degrees cooler at the lake, but mid to upper eighties for Thursday Friday mostly study again mid to upper eighties offer a high temperature Saturday mostly sunny. Mid To upper parades for a high temperature. You ought to take a shot at Sunday say she a little different. Partly Sunny we might hit ninety and a southwesterly winds. It's going to bring in the really warm. Weather is a slight chance of thunderstorms on Sunday. And Rolling other way to Monday of next week still partly sunny with a chance understood giant ninety. We Arid Subir. Yet of the think of it as this would be summer fest this bed as perfect a year for weather, we've had rain, maybe one or two days just for a brief period of time in each of those, this would have been the ideal summer fest weather of all time. Watch if you think well, we'll come back next year. I'd say fifty fifty I just I. Same thing with sports on T. I. Just don't see any reason to think that the virus won't be. The first of all get mutations on this virus. Second. There's going to be way more people than people think who won't get a vaccine. Even when it comes Roud, and therefore, and it runs its course and three hundred twenty million people are infected. It's going to continue to be there at as long as people have decided that this virus is the only sickness that we're gonNA PROTECT PREDICT PROTECT OURSELVES AGAINST I don't know what's GonNa Change in a year or even a year and a half and. I I, wanted to get back to the point that I was out, but as I say keep all these people cheat every well until we get to the vaccine until we get to the scene until we get the vaccine, am I the only guy who's planning out that I think a huge percentage of this country won't get the vaccine which means that doesn't. It protects the people who want to be protected. If you think that it works, but it doesn't stop this spread. That's the point that I make what? Why that's the other thing, the backseat most teens are not. Some are awfully good I mean. The flu vaccine is hit and miss because it mutates every year, but. You know! Polio vaccine worked and smallpox has been pretty much wiped out for people who have back citations. You just don't know how good this one will be and especially given the fact that these types of viruses do tend to show a mutation I mean there are some diseases that we literally virtually kilted this planet because Vaccines Polio, being one of them on the other hand. We've never come up with a vaccine for the common cold. Because he keeps changing his heart, I said I would share this the. I get stuff like this. All the tied the level of frustration that people are feeling. As they sense that. Things that are country shared a common for two hundred fifty years. Are All of a sudden God? Whether. You were left to right. Everybody thought that they were everybody felt proud of their country. Displaying, the flag might have been more of a conservative thing, but for Heaven's sakes for most of our allies. If you saw flag in somebody's house, it could've been. It could've had a lot of union. Guys had flags. A lot of people used to be in the military. Right left whatever. That there was a general acceptance on the part of virtually everyone that the values that we have free speech open dialogue allowing of dissent. And tolerance of even extreme views what's acceptable and all of us? A- all this stuff is just changing. First of all we see our freedoms being taken away over a virus that isn't very deadly at has made a slow walk across the country to the point that many sections of America's still have virtually no cases and then you say. Assaults at our police officers. And indictments of the entire country as racist, and then you see a movement come out. Black lives matter that doesn't seem to focus at all on the biggest threats to black lives, atrocious schools, terrible rates of crime and the breakdown of the black family with the crisis father fatherless-ness. All of that is the backdrop so now that I plugged this thing forever. Let me share with you. I won't read the Guy's name. Mark what has kept me from fighting back his fear. Fear for my wife and son in fear for my business. I have fifty three customers. Yes, touted that I- regular regularly talk politics with at who I know are trump supporters. We talk about this and they always say the same thing. What can we do? This. Guy Says he's had this conversation with fifty three people I'm. This is one guy tell means I'm hearing this constantly. People are so frustrated. And their voices are not being heard because as he's pleading, they're afraid to speak up. Publicly. BIAGGI's jared these conversations. With what other it is out there more so than many of you think and one of the reasons I'm sharing. This here is if you don't have a large circle of friends. Maybe you don't know if you're one of these. That's frustrated. How many people like you? Know, I'm a position. Know because I get feedback for everything. I'll get feedback on the goofy cost of the Uber Ride for Heaven's sakes I hear for people about things all the time. This what is under pressing people are mad. They are mad that look around them, and they think the only donald trump standing up for their values, and they can't even think of person number two. Back to the person's piece, and he says he's having this conversation. They also say what can I do? They are they are in the same boat of not knowing how to fight back. The frustration, I hear from them on a daily basis is astounding now. This is one guy telling me this. The, first of all I knew this before he told me because I hear this all the time. I'm not sure all of you know would. He can take us. We are so beaten dowd. bleeped off. The P., word and sickened by what is happening to our country. I think there are so many people who feel the same way and would jump at the opportunity to confront these bullies. and. I think enough. People have hit a boiling point. That we are ready to do something. Clearly these lefties are violet, but like most police. I think they are cowards. That by the way is true. The same people that are out there shoving everybody around of walk it on peoples. Yards and so on. They're the ones that freak out to death whenever facing any kind of confrontation. Hear an idea that threatens them. They're the ones that say they need a safe space. They're willing to abuse everybody else, but if they hear it idea that threatens opposed to logically argue it, they need to be protected from it because they're such a bunch of sissies that they can't handle a dangerous idea back to his piece. Furthermore. I think if we start our own protest peacefully, we can gain traction and help others in the silent majority to have it outlet. We need to get people excited and reinvigorated far too many our side have become depressed, dejected and pessimistic. It is time to fight back. Few, too. Many people are doing anything to address these goods, although it's hard to blame us, we're afraid for our families. Our businesses jobs homes livelihood, etc, just look at the girl who should be going to marquette this fall, but is getting death threats for her views for those of you, not aware of the story we shared earlier in the week goes I broken by John McAdams and incoming marquette freshmen who did a tectonic that he'll pro trump? Is under siege from current Marquette students on social media with threats of physical violence against her, for merely stating that she's a supporter of Donald Trump. So? This guy's putting people see this. They see that if they speak up there fearful literally that this left goon squad will come after them. They also say. That Marquette has so far said nothing to go after and condemn the people that have threatened this young woman. I put our equipment now in fairness of our cat I guess they're closed all week still. If this was something in the reverse, you just imagine. If a bunch of conservative Marquette students were threatening. Physical violence against the black lives matter incoming freshmen. Yet Marquette is again nowhere to be found in going after some of these people who are making these threats, they should be expelled threatening to kick someone's butt. Because of their political beliefs and I cleaned it up. If, they're GONNA throw people out for. Supposedly offensive things that were stated about protests they need to start doing some of that. And some of these marquette alumni alumni need to start asserting themselves and try to regain control of Wisconsin most embarrassing public, university, which sadly marquette is. It's become a liberal laughingstock at a joke. This is me now and not the letter writer. Under the current leadership, it's been oppressively hostile toward interestingly of anyone who has Kris Jenner Catholic values, which is weird. Given Marquette. Remains Catholic and Individuals students who now have traditional, conservative or even traditional Christian points of view have to run the risk I have the threat of physical violence with Marquette not standing up and saying anything to say, we will protect you if anyone tries to act against you. And when some of these liberals decide that they're so full of themselves with the black lives matter Bouba that they will take it to. The next step threatened to harm people. We won't let them so far. We have not heard that from our at all. Because Marquette is an institution, outed actual leader, and without any kind of moral compass at the top and an alumni base that it's apparently tolerated this. Back to the guys piece. Again I was responding his point about people not wanted to stand up because they are fearful of what's going to happen when you see. An incoming college freshmen having her life threatening. For Doing A PRO-TRUMP TIC TAC video. You wonder why it's no wonder why some people are afraid to speak up back to his piece. Isn't it in Sade? That the people with businesses, careers, families and mortgages. I the ones who contribute to society and the country yet we're taking marching orders from trump's with little to nothing to lowe's. Like so many conservatives trump supporters and proud Americans. I am disgusted. By what these quote! Talent! People are doing to our country. The silent majority can no. Longer afford to be silent. And only show our power. When we cast their votes under normal conditions, I wouldn't mind keeping my mouth shut besides with people who share my views, but we are certainly not in normal times. I am positive that the Democrats in media have continued to push the virus narrative into a hysteria in order to manipulate the presidential election to push for mail in voting. I, think trump would otherwise win reelection in a landslide, and I think the Democrats know this, which is why they're desperate to cheat. Let me interject. It out on the other hand I. Don't think he's the only person. Let's figure this out I think many people have become aware of the manipulation of the virus starry. Just as when the left overplays, its hand is badly as it does here. People have become very aware that the media is no longer an objective source of information, but is a bunch of leftist hacks who are slanted the news. Do not think most people haven't figured this out. When you overplay your hand this badly. It's easy for people to spot, and that's what always happens. When there's no check on something you keep pushing it pushing it pushing. It will now even the average guy I don't mean somebody who's listening to me. You're watching Sean Hannity. All sorts of people have figured this out back to the guys fees. These people will not stop until we stop them. I've made that point repeatedly. The left will never be satisfied. I've made that point repeatedly. There is never something enough a. The same with regard to teacher pay the reason they will never tell you. How much money would we have to give you? And then you'll finally shut up about your pay. They'll never give you a dollar figure. Because whatever the number is, you could say a million dollars they'd still. They want a million in what they would never ever be. Enough of the same is true with regard the left. There's never going to be a satisfaction at all until there isn't a United States of America at all. backseats that left will never be satisfied. We can no longer afford to tolerate this behavior. This is not the country our grandparents spot for this is not the country I love, and this is certainly not the country I want my. He's ashes son's age. I won't say growing up in starting our own protests is the only thing I can think of doing at this point, I have run this by a few customers and friends in the last couple of days, and they are thrilled with the idea at this point. I'm going to try to contact everyone. I know who feels this way and try to get enough people. People enthusiastic and willing to stand up for each other I'm still working on the best way to go about this. Should we have our own rally? Go to the apprehend Lincoln statue and Madison shorts, solidarity, or something else I would love to hear your input, but I would understand if you don't want to put your neck of the line for someone you don't know endorsed something that could get you in trouble. Right about that. That's always a problem. Listeners ask for help if I endorse somebody's event. What if they would come out and say something outrageous? The next thing you know I'm the person who put the. Recognizes, you can use I'd love to hear from you if you have any thoughts via email their phone while it's that you're just going to get it on the air. Thank you for reading this. And for all you do for Wisconsin, does side. So, this guy saying look, we've got to have some public manifestation of our own. We have to do something to send a message to the rest of society that they're not alone. And there's gotta be somebody who comes back and presents the visual other side, and he is right about the following. There is no visual other side. In the last six months in Wisconsin, the only visual other side we've seen was that one protest that Madison of lockdowns. That's been it. So I wanted to address his question here about the most effective way to do this whether or not, it's a good idea, and what people can do and so odd. Eleven thirty W, I S and mark belling late afternoon. Show, so there's this guy. He's frustrated. He's angry. He's hearing from other people that are frustrated may refill as though they're leuze or feel losing our country everywhere. You look you see one more liberal assault. And people feel as though they don't know what to do. They don't know what to do with it. I know what to do with they never of course like my answer of voting. Well I WANNA start with this at the end. All the protests thing in the world doesn't do any good. If you lose elections. In the end you can't achieve power without power almost by definition. This is why you see a tremendous differentiation. In the response in areas that are controlled by Republicans, opposed to those that are controlled. By Democrats I don't think anyone believes that Scott Walker was still the governor. We would have stood by and not protected the capital. We know what happened. When we had similarly violent disturbances or potentially violent disturbances at the capital during the two thousand eleven occupation, and so on there was a defense of the building, and there was a limited to the amount of damage that could be done and people were arrested. Likewise with regard to the responses that you've seen to the situation with regard to the virus, the lockdown the. Of, rights in the Coney, reactions have tended to be the strongest in democratic areas. You don't see many Republican governors say Yeah I'M GONNA tear down my George Washington statue. Aside from all of the other issues that come up as a result of the embrace of socialism and so odd. So without. Winning elections, there is no power. And one of the thing that you will things that you will note is that the protests that liberals have often come when they feel as though they don't have actual governing power there hacked off the Donald. Trump is president of the United States. Did Racism suddenly exists. Start exists they November of sixteen. If not where we're all of these protests during Barack Obama's presidency now obviously, they felt as though Obama was achieving the goals that they were looking for by pushing the envelope, but still you get the point so that point if the AD. If all you do, shoot off your mouth and not understand with the lefties. Do understand the reason that they want. To create this virus situation that kills the economy, the reason they want the male intellectual vote, and so on is they know that without wedding elections? You've got nothing yet. So. That park can't just be a throwaway. Answer this other point that he asks about, should we? All the rally should be. There should be that well. It's not the ideal solution. First of all. As a rule conservatives are more respectful of others than liberals. So therefore, even if they think that some of the social distancing rules are stupid, conservatives are likely to follow them at the very liberals who championed them thus the liberals demanding all this social distancing and so on. And then packing themselves together on the street and putting twenty two people a car as they go through these marches. As you saw with the trump rally in Oklahoma where a lot of people didn't show up. They're still debating why that was. A major explanation is simply that a lot of people didn't feel comfortable packing themselves into a space in one thousand nine thousand people. This is why I have argued that these events could easily go on right now. Because the people who don't feel safe aren't going to come there for they are going to be socially distanced. County ferrets going to be a hit, but it's not gonNA be as big. A hit would normally be therefore they'll be distancing. But do understand that there is that problem secondly. I think a lot of times can serve. It is think through the best way to rally I. Just don't think that they do. Know, you shouldn't go to the Abraham Lincoln. Statue had batted. Because it would mean every single. One of your members would have to travel because there's like three conservatives left at Madison. Make it as easy as possible for people to do it if you're going to do it, there's nothing sacred about going onto lefty ground. The, most successful organized other than the pro-life Movement, which has always been very very good at doing things like this other than that the most successful actual organized protests that I've seen protests the right word. Organization if conservatives, it's a dead heat between the trump rallies. And the tea party movement of Oneida and Ted. When those tea party rallies. What odd! They were extremely well organized. There was a group of people who knew what they were doing. For example, they had the big giant one in northern racine. County they re they use some I don't know if it was a farmer's private property or whatever it was, but they had a large piece of land that was in an area that was easily accessible, and people didn't feel that they'd have to be wandering into the peace of the liberal belly in order to go. Still, do understand that anything that you do right now is going to attract the lefties. They are emboldened, so if a bunch of conservatives ever GONNA have a Pro America rally. Do understand that you will have people show up and they will threaten you. Just reality. Now this guy say well. It's about time that we confront them. First of all that I could do anything in the end. They're all a bunch of wimps. That they wouldn't actually take aside, and there is some truth to that. I'm just saying that while the rally thing is a good idea. If you're gonNA, do you need to do it on home? Ground with people who know what they're doing in terms of organization insecurity and do it in some area in. A Republican population center whether watching and cloudy Waukesha County, or whatever and do it like that and you know, bring in some of entertains if that's the thing that you're going to do. But. It's not the most ideal way I think to confront this, but I do get the guys frustration that there needs to be TV unless they see something just refuses to acknowledge that exists especially what it is. Something right of center between not wanting to acknowledge conservative existence. And nobody in the media, knowing actually any actual, Republicans and then guys third point just the fear that people have of speaking up now. He makes the point by having a rally. You're not required people to talk. All they're doing is showing up and people that CARE fight talking. I want to before I depart the topic. Of all the things that I talked about over the last several weeks, one of the things that I got the most reaction to was the number of people who didn't literally did sincerely did not know. That saying all lives matter is considered to be a statement of racism, but they just did know it. Well, that's the problem with things that. Somebody just decides are racist without putting out a memo saying that they are many people. Don't get the message especially if it doesn't make any sense. When grant got fired from his job at the Sacramento Kings for saying all lives matter and then many others were slapped on for just versions of this. People bawled out, said into human resources in the workplace for suggested while I don't think he'd say black. Just black lives matter you say that we all any version of that. If you say that you are going to be brought up on allegations of racism in the Public Court, and if you have a public type of job CEO, broadcaster your. Anyway. The number of people who said I just didn't know that that was the thing. What? It's hard to keep up on all of them, but obviously I have to given the fact that they're always looking for me. Saying something that they can use against me. Anyway that tops the nerve of people that a statement that audits face. Isn't defensive. Suddenly can get. You fired. Just because some people say well what you're really say is. That black lives matter. Even though that's not what they're saying. The point that I make us. People just didn't know this and they were stud. That was the case I. Do have a counter to that. One of the problems here and this is. Where you get to this, what can I do? What could I do? What can I do? When someone gets into the crosshairs, a lot of these attacks. Like for example, the incoming Marquette student where I use the example of napier the broadcast for the Sacramento Kings. When they get in these crosshairs, they're accused of being racist are the firing squad comes after them sell one? Other than? A, talk show host, no one ever defense them. Nobody. You could start doing that. The reason I mentioned Marquette. I I don't even know how many living alumni marquette has, but the university whether they about twelve thousand students. So. That would mean why I don't know how many graduate into giving your two thousand some dropout. Times thirty years at just off the top of my head I'll say somewhere between thirty and eighty thousand living alumni could be way off, but it just whatever it is might be higher I. Whatever it is should have been gone through. Every one of those alumni could easily. Contact first of all lots of Marquette alumni donate so they required. Listen you. You could contact the president in contact the university relations and say. The you want something done about the attacks that are being done to this young woman just as you could have gone after. Level when he tried to destroy the career professor BEC- Adams for daring to offer a conservative point of view and draw attention to. What's glad at at Marquette? In other words when somebody is being victimized for simply having a conservative view. And they're standing there and they're just crashing. They have nowhere to land. You could be the person that tries to catch about the way out, and I'm not suggesting defending the clan. I'm not suggesting defending over racist. I've talking about somebody who puts a word. The Rodway or somebody whose views are being excluded or somebody who's just being conservative somebody gets up for exists up. High School student gets up at a local school and says No. We shouldn't should get rid of George Washington's name. You know they'll be straight. People need stand up and be heard especially in their own local community. My next point on this what can I do? Of the things I say, remember this one. Now that I say that I know what will. You talking to their. Listeners bothering you with things. Yeah! Is there anything noteworthy about this supposed to all the others that go out every day? Paul says people are spray. Painting defined the police on the street. Right in front of city, Hall, okay. Like I say as these things go okay another day and another day in the life of the city. I'll pick up and use that as the point that hijacked the point that I was about to make which I said. The people. Wonder what it is that they can do? What if you could remember any one thing, it's this. Your greatest impact will always be in your local community. It is very hard for one guy. In Graf's city. You ask them. How's that? It'll hear me bringing up kiosk of a lot to you. You bring up kiosk at. When's the last time? I brought up key wasp. All. Yes, site, the referee it's. Yeah, there's probably something I. Just about every just about everybody at some point gets brought up if you're one guy he WASCO. In! His very hard for you to do anything that changes with twenty is doing and Madison was state government. Because one guy kiosk. And the State of Wisconsin is five or six billion people. But no I'll take away the KOSKA. Grab a city if in your community. They decide that they want to take off the name of somebody because it's offensive, but they want to do this that or the other thing or they put some crap in the schools or have some young student who express conservative views is character assassinated. You F, the ability your community to be heard first of all, your local officials will pay attention to you unless. You're talking New York City. There's one person Choi. No but most other communities you do especially if you're somebody who knows other people in your community. So make your voice heard in your local level. Is simply more effective to do. For example. If. You don't like the fact that Milwaukee may have a mask requirement. It's going to be the subject I think of the committee tomorrow. In addition to contact the mayor, you'd have to contact your Alderman. and. You have to stir people up. Get that kind of a response. You don't always have to do the tactic the left you don't have to at eleven thirty at night he grabbed bullhorns and go up and down the street. You don't have to spray paint. On the city streets as people are doing right now, you don't have to do that. There are other ways in which you can manifest yourself. You gotta be willing to do it as I say. If? You're wondering why nobody ever wants to speak up. It's because when people do, and they become victimized added. Nobody ever has their backs. Swell through Tamar cat. You could have the back of the student that's under sage. A related note on that. Because, the media has gotten it so horrible. Nobody ever complains to them anymore. What they do is they complain to me about the media? And I'm glad they do because a lot of these things I would not be aware of. Were it not for the fact that someone told me but as an example. The reason I became aware that the only merchant at Mayfair Mall that was interviewed during the protests. That Mayfair Mall Bhai Channel Fifty. Eight was Michael McGee. Junior and he was supporting the protests. And the reporter didn't even mention the McGee as a felon who went to prison for ripping off other African Americans. You, think channel fifty. All sorts of people got that and they've got all my God of all the business owners to put if they got McGee junior and they don't even say that he's a crook. You could let those stations. No, they have email. They have folk causing. You could tell them you either have a reporter who has so stupid. That doesn't know that she just stated viewed a felon, or she so biased that she sanitized her story to keep that part of McGee Juniors background out of the star. Can you imagine i? Don't there? Aren't that many Republican felons in the State of Wisconsin, but let's just. Off The top of your head if there was one if a Republican fellas, Eddie State Michigan Minnesota whatever decided to speak out on something you know. Somebody went to prison when they were back at politics and now there. Is there any chance the media would not bring that up if they were trying to become a spokesperson for something you do it again again and again and again and again and again and again and again so by point is while it is nice that you tell the. These news organizations need to hear it from some of you. And the individual reporter, most of them have emails that are out. There need to hear it from you. So people are aware. And the people in the media are aware that some of us are unto them. So the having your voices heard the simply the doing the rally. That's all five and I'm not against it. And it would be wonderful if you could success the Philadelphia. I'm just saying that there are reasons why it is difficult. You don't always have to copy the tactics that the left uses when organizing yourself visibly. Our side has strengths as well. And one of the strengths that we have is, there are certain types of things that people who are on the right are more willing and are likelier to do. I mentioned for example in some of these. We would not have canceled so many of the county fairs. It would have been tremendous opportunities for people to put on. Okay, you're at the county fair. Let's have the Republicans set up a booth and have all sorts of people do a little visual thing. You can do to show support for the country and so on. People are more than willing to do stuff like that or handouts, stickers or You know have somebody print by up zillion mega caps and hand them out in an event like that, so all of a sudden everybody in sight is wearing them the plate that the guy and I I have to end this anyway. The point that guy was making the same point that I make is there are there is strength in numbers? If you're one guy walking a mob of liberals, your target. If there's six thousand of you walking. You're not a target anymore. Likewise when people realize there are many others, millions and millions and millions of Americans think like. This is why the lefties were so threatened by the trump rallies. People are supporters of trump would go there. And they met as far as the I could see people who thought just like them, and these are reasonable. Wonderful People, Nice people, diverse people from every age group, every race gay straight this that and the the other thing all of that. The media lefty plotted to portray the trump supporters as a bunch of clancy. Realize. Hey, these are wonderful people just like May. There is strength in numbers, so yes, trying to get a show of force is something that. Is a positive thing to do, but you have to be a little bit creative about it and pick the right spot in order to do it, and you don't want to pick a spot in which you become targeted yourself, but as I say, there are certain things that you can do there with the strength in numbers, you're probably going to be likely safe and like I said I'd. Do A flag giveaway at a fair or mega cap thing or use a you. What some event that actually is going on and try to put out a little bit of a side thing that's going on there stuff like that. That might get people courage because I'll grant you even in suburbs right now. People are terrified to put. Their people I know that afraid to put up an American flag this weekend for the fourth of July just afraid to it. They just they just think it's you're. You're just begging to have a thrown through your window now? I think that that's more of a concern saying shorewood Wisconsin that it would be an WHA. Paco Wisconsin for reasons that are obvious, but when you put one thing in front of one house, there is no strength in numbers. What forty five and you walk around wearing the cap and there's just three weasley little liberals out there cable claiming that they need a safe space. Suddenly things turned a little bit got him. Take a lot of time I think sincerely. How did this all start? You don't even remember how it all started. How did it all start remember? Yes! How did it all start? How did they start the show? No No way before that. How did the show start? That's for us. This is the Mogae. Yeah! Actually the way it was supposed to start, I never really took a while to get to was nothing made any sense Eddie Warehouse, a five Black Uber ride was eight dollars, but a twenty minute guber ride resultantly. Eighty cents I. I gotTa Remember Typic- I'll do that, dow. Should I tip on the just allow things to proceed is John. Wyatt is part of this break knowledge ABC in this. Here right here it's time for revenue traffic and ninety four northbound earlier crash cleared at Layton Avenue Ninety four westbound. Yes? Yes. I've used Uber you tip. Of course you say of course. I guess I hang around at a lower class. A friend saying I know people who don't tip the. Tip with cash to buy the APP on the APP on the they don't they don't ask you as they don't like taking cash well I'd given I've seen people give cash. I've never seen one person. Say No to I know, but they'd prefer that. They don't have a bunch of cash hanging around that's. Are Right about that I mean what are the advantages that Uber has not targets for criminals because everybody knows they don't have any money, so if people start to do that, but. There are almost there's almost nobody alive. If somebody gives them four dollars, they say no I. Don't want right. Prefer. Put you ever forget to tip. I think it reminds you it. Does you get an email back? And that's why as I said I've kept sometimes three or four days later and trust me the person. The person doesn't care when you. As long as they do when they're doing it because they're doing a million rides, so they don't remember they don't. Wanted to dot, but maybe later on they go back and check I mean most of the time they're doing somebody rise wouldn't. In my case, you never know if they recognize you. Because the driver only gets your first name, and sometimes they know who you are, and sometimes they don't but look big. DIG At by when you're but I mean I've in some cases Ben three or four days later and catch up on the Uber. We used to be able to travel like you're in new. York City and you're taking Uber's like five times a day. You don't always sit down and do it after every single ride, so you have to pick a time at some point. Lead around to do a tipping, yeah! In a cab, it's just a different kind of. Right entertainment that occurs has to occur at the time. Of the service saying before. You talk about parts of the economic story that hasn't been covered the people that are part of the so-called. What do they call the term for people side Gig GIG economy, right or whatever I mean. There's just so few people that are do uber right now because the cities are abandoned, no because guys do a lot of the delivery. Right, in what? Adler picked up. But apparently they don't make anywhere near as much money on that nonsense. When you do an Uber Ride, you might get a twenty five dollar ride, and they get I think half of that or whatever the percentage is. They don't get anywhere near that for hall it around these Burgers and the other thing is, it's either talking to some of these people. It's most people who drive for Uber. It's safe because you don't leave your vehicle. These delivery people they have to go a front doors and. All that stuff you know and you know never mind people in neighborhoods, but dogs and all that stuff that just a lot of them that don't want to do it, but when you think of the users for Uber, I use it far more what I met another city traveling. But there's nobody traveling. Isn't that a Goto and so and then the other thing, just big cities, people in office buildings, and doing you know. Let's suppose you're east. The river article rest of the river walk seven or eight blocks while the office buildings are all empty. All that stuff has just. died and then the other one. You know rides to the airport with flying so far down. They've cut into that, so there's just way fewer drivers that are out there and I think that's probably why the algorithm with the rates get so screwy at a time in which. As I said just to get a guy to come over to me, was for that short trip nearly eight box, but It. All the way of the station was barely twice that. That is a screwed up dysfunctional system, but our whole world right now. Is screwed up in dysfunctional it just. It's it's driving people crazy and. Just if Donald Trump lives is. The there's no line of defense because you'll lose the supreme court, you'll lose all the regular regulations that he got rid of the next thing. You know there's going to be a flurry of them even if you would keep the Senate got. I think whichever way the presidency goes. The Senate is going to go. Trump is the Andes also the only line of Defense and speaking up with a patriotic message right now and speaking to people are frustrated, I mean if you just ask the. The average American other than trump who's standing in dot, com ta-chou host like myself taking talk show hosts out name and American public figure that standing up representing your values against this assault other than Donald, trump nobody can name a second Republican out there or a second public figure, a second business leader, not that it's all just lip service to our radical agenda at rolling over in caving in enrolling over a cave again enrolling Oprah Cave again and rolling over in cave again and. It gets the plate that people are at the level that they're at Marquette student as a tic TAC video for trump. Her life is threatened. Did Marquette's officials don't have enough never mind dots how moral integrity to stand up and say! We're not going to allow her to be attacked to. She comes to this campus were more than willing to accept trump's supporters, just as we are Biden supporters, but it's not gonNA happen as I say until Marquette's community itself an alumni and professors stand up and start demanding that marquette returned to at least some sense I right now i. honestly think you'd be likely to get support for a conservative student. Physically attacked from UW, Madison then Marquette, and I just picked the most liberal university. Anybody can think of I think it'd be the last place right now under this regime that they have over there. To do it. You'd literally get more support from uw Madison than you would for Marquette well. That's shame on the Marquette community. Shame on the Marquette. Alumni for allowing things to. Degrade as badly as they have. To this point where eloquent! Christian kids if they should dare, even express themselves on social media now run the risk of being physically people ultimately with their own faces on the thing saying. Hey, you come here. We're going to beat your bleep. My goodness and to think that the university has nothing to say about that legacy. They'd they'd knocked. Ever particularly cared about what I've had to say, and I'll throw this just. Just as what I pointed out to channel fifty eight didn't even mention that Michael McGee. Junior was a felon when they did the thing it. Selah Chennai fifty eight news director contacted explained, weather reported didn't know or should have put it in or anything. They don't particularly care what I have to say, and they don't particularly care what my audience large as it is has to say. These people do care what their customers say. And that's and went with Marquette. That's their alumni, their donors, and so on and with these TV stations that's their viewers, and they need to get some of that feedback here. Because the entire push, our society right now has been from the left, and they are US extremely to the left, and there's gotta be some pushback on the other side or a dozen stop, and that does made the people have to come out of their shells, a little bit, and instead of trying to copy the tactic in the left. You don't spray paint our own stuff on the street or have our own March and so on. US The muscle that you have if you're a donor or you're a constituent of your property owner to community in. Just to you have some clout with those people that are out that listen to you. Use it and let your voice be heard all right. I'll shut up. Predicted that. The cod the cord cutters end up paying more than if they didn't cut the cord because they'd be all these additional services. Somebody at some point going to figure this out, but we're clearly not at that point yet. I cut the cord. I'll just go using you. I'll just use you too well, but I want Huludao. GotTa have net flex. Then you hear about this well. It's on pride. Then, there's HBO, but there's also Hbo Max then while I need the service. How do I get Esp sports that he has been next while? There's something on your Wad. And up, adding this automatic that I. let get. Oh, you're doing the same thing that you did. You had cable and satellite in the first place. You're seeing you're still going in the opposite direction. You're still go to court. You're going to get rid of your satellite. Why there's the dish does suck. That's the problem with the satellite. It doesn't even have to reign anymore. All I need is a cloud in my. Mind goes out they all every one of these services has. You know strengths and weaknesses. Associated with it, you know of I like the Sunday ticket, which only direct TV had the other hand. Who knows if there's going to be games squalid do I really need to see all these different games of guys genuflecting in the middle of in the middle of the game. Okay, at second and four. We're all GONNA see ended like give the American flag the finger and turn around, and you know. All that stuff's up of the year at the model, though with regard to. The thing the whole probably says people want a lot of channels. They don't WanNa. Pay Much money. At. Nobody's particularly figured out how to deal with that. Given that all these chattels and now all the streaming services. They're all owned by different companies. And Disney feels no need to cooperate with Amazon and Amazon feels no need to cooperate with Apple. Apple feels no need to con-. You know to cooperate with net flicks. And then there are some people who still want to get their local stations, so they can watch say. Facts does watch the packer game whenever and becomes what it is. I want to bring the audience up to speed with a story that has now reached its final resolution. The story that I reported on the program several months ago. It has to do with one of the worst cases of child abuse that we've had in southeastern Wisconsin. The only good part of the story is that it wasn't fatal. Some of you may recall the story from what I reported in January about the plea bargain that was cut. By two parents at least one of whom savagely beat. Their fourteen month old child. Which parodied the beating? We don't know the the problem. Before I dive into the story. I want to back up. And talk about this from the larger perspective. Let's make us the perspective simply being. The Bob. Read much of a Bob Anymore, but when there was. They had the sacred rule. Don't talk. I forget the term that they used for one comes to mind, but it's probably Rog is America. Is that the term that they had the your. maybe I'm right. Maybe I'm wrong. Done see right bates probably also to come to my head if it's anyway. And for the longest time, the mafia was very very good at enforcing it. You simply could not read out someone else. You could not cooperate with the authorities because the founders of the old mafia realized. The cooperation brings down the entire thing when you have a credit criminal enterprise in which everyone's connected to everyone else. One person is aware of the criminality of like thirty four other people so fun. Person Blabs he he could bring down thirty four people and the only protection. You have against that. Is you better, not blab. Blab, you will be killed. And, you might have your family killed two. Because they recognized. The talking was the thing that could sink. All of them, so what the authorities over the years that we all know how? The mob was essentially broke it in the United States. They. came up with a way around. It called witness protection. They did the relocation thing. They get a guy at the dead to rights, and you know they're always dead to rights on fourteen murders, so they could always throw in prison for you know for the rest of their lives and take away all of their income in their families, just going to be sitting out there. Add so you know what the probably GonNa Kill Your family anyway and the probably. GonNa try to kill you in prison because they're afraid, you will blab. See you're only out, is us? It will. Give you a cosmetic surgery and another part of the country. It will give you a new identity. And a lot of them took it. And the next thing you know. Hardly idea. The biopsies were keeping their mouths. Editors rest weather from. They're all saying. But still. The concept that the mob had. Don't talk. Because they recognized. The talking was really the only way the authorities could get them. Most of what they did was not visible -cribe, in other words, they didn't go. Like, lefties do when they riot. They didn't go into the Capitol Square and openly beat up Tim Carpenter and slug him in the face. It would be stuff that would occur in the back room. And often when someone was killed, their body would never be found. Best proving that crime and proving who did it. was difficult. Don't talk. Fast forward to now. Put yourself at the other guy's shoes, I realized. These are bad shoes to be an, but it's the only way you can understand the starry. Those of you? That are women. I suppose you could say that. It's your ear that it's your husband, but it's easier to have this. Be Boyfriend girlfriend. Woman imagine you got a boyfriend and you have a kid together at if you're a guy. That you have a girlfriend. You have a kid together. Now Imagine what of you beats the kid up so badly that the child almost is. What's your out? How do you get out of this? Well, there's only one way, but it's. Close to foolproof. Now even though it's a despicable, put yourself in the shoes. It's my best way of explaining its well. Put myself at the other guy's shoes. Let's pretend that I have a girlfriend at one of us. Has Terribly abused the child that we have together. How do we get out of it? Neither one of US admitted. You gotTA stick to it. And if neither one of the admits doing it. and. If it's physical abuse in other words, not a gun where you can come up with fingerprints CETERA. How do you prove at it? If. You're the police that you have a case like this. If you, don't have physical evidence like maybe there's a home security system of cameras at the House. He grabbed them up. What you do. Is You separate the two and you try to get one of them to crack and you're hoping that you're finding the one that didn't do it. And you scare the crap out of that person I a guilt trip them and say this is your child. You got to stand up and defend your child. And then you're going to say, look you. Don't you think the guy who let's imagine talking to the world? Don't you think he's putting it all on you right now? You better talk. But if neither taught. It's just like with Bob. You get away with it. When you think even the situations that we added Milwaukee back in the. Glory days of the fifty sixty seventies and the eighties. feds never really got anywhere until they got people to talk. They tried to do the Was the movie that Johnny Depp was in where he was in went undercover with the mob. Well, it was set it milwaukee part. They actually you didn't see the scenes. But the carry Donnie BRASCO. He's actually involved in you know cutting into the Milwaukee mob, and so they either would have to get somebody to flip. They'd have to get somebody undercover because there was never any kind of physical evidence so anyway, the backdrop for the story. If you've got two people involved here. And if them beat the crap out of their child, or maybe they both do. salonpas neither talks. What are you, GonNa do. Springs in the case of. Jessica grown in Thailand Lamb who live in Saint Francis. They were criminally charged in July of eighteen now nearly two years ago. The authorities tried as hard as they could to drag it out forever in an attempt to get one of them. To Talk. The injuries that were done to the child. It was their own. We're unthinkable. Forty the original report from Fox sex back right after this thing happened eighteen the descriptions of the injuries, the doctors report was six teen pages log. Multiple factors facial bruising facial abrasions abrasions to both palms and the right foot, Orel trauma blood blisters on the toes, blood the I by the way I said fourteen months if I did, I meant fourteen days. The input was fourteen days old. The doctor who wrote the report at the hospital for the authorities, said quote. This case is diagnosed for child physical abuse. The child has multiple injuries that most reasonable caregivers would recognize if not as abuse concerning and seek medical attention. The doctors report further noted that regardless of whoever is the mouth leader. In this case, this child was clearly injured, and none of his caregivers sought medical advice or care. So not only did this beating occur this awful physical abuse occur at some point during the fourteen days. Before. The baby was finally in the hospital. If only one of the two was doing at the other, did nothing to stop it, and the other did nothing to contact the police to try to get it stopped. So here we are two years later, and the authorities were not able to get either of them to use the term that crooks us. To flip. Neither one of them would either confess or simply say. I watched I didn't stop it, but it was he the did it or it was she that did it. In January. The Milwaukee County District Attorney's office, realizing that it had nothing on either of them. Because they had no proof as to who did it. And they brought the case to trial the defense attorney for. The mother would have said the father did it, and the defense attorney for the father would have said the Mother did it. And reasonable doubt would have existed. The Milwaukee County District Attorney's office cut a plea bargain with both of them, in which, both pleaded guilty to four counts of misdemeanor child blacked. In other words, the one thing that you do have them dead to rights on is neglected. The both either one of them neglected the child because they didn't do anything to stop. The abuse was occurring and didn't do anything when they saw the child was injured. The two of them were sentenced yesterday by Milwaukee County. Circuit Judge, Frederick Rosa I will tell you the outcome of the case in a moment. Other day. You said Mark belling late afternoon show. The one thing about this story is. Everybody involved is white. So there isn't any of this component about why don't African American. Leaders objected this instead my point will be. Why don't have any of us? Be bothered by this. The fact of the matter is is that. A police officer. Who kills the suspect rightly or wrongly either way? Their names plastered on the news forever and ever and ever. But apparent. Who Viciously? Beats their infant to either death, or in this case, awful physical injury. My guess is that most of you won't remember the name two minutes after the story are and going to mention it a couple more times. And be able to move about in our community, and nobody will know who it just. It's a pass that we give and the younger the victim. The more we tend to look the other way. It's just reality. That if you kill a twenty five year old, you'll get in more trouble or beat up twenty five year old, and if you beat up a child especially if it's your own. So for those of you just coming in, we were talking about the story from twenty eighteen. That's been gradually working its way through the Milwaukee County court system. Tyler Lamb and Jessica Grahn they live in Saint Francis. In July of eighteen. Their infant fourteen days old was found with massive physical injuries. That appeared to have been floated over essentially the entire time that the child was alive, and just about every type of injury that you could get burns broken boats everything. Neither growing nor lamb. Admitted it. Both said they don't know how it happened and neither implicated the other. The Milwaukee County District Attorney's office after an I talked to the prosecutor Matthew Tarver set the case back in January with a plea. Bargain was cut. He said look. At some point where you know you've got A. We didn't say this, but you have to Fisher cut baid. They had to go forward with something, and he said all we had was the fact. I couldn't prove beyond a reasonable doubt. Either of them did it. Now I questioned. Why not charge them both and hope the jury does the right thing and convicted at least one of them. and. He said that they can't good conscience. Charge someone if they don't have a belief themselves as the. Who did it and he said? The evidence was equal. That's the which one could have done, and it might have been both. So they ended up charging with four counts of misdemeanor childlike lacked. Both of them were sentenced yesterday by Milwaukee County Circuit Judge Frederick Rosa and they got the same sentence. On each of the counts they were sentenced to nine months of the House of correction, and the sentence was then suspended, which was equal to. The plea recommendation. They instead both get three years' probation. They will be required to do nine months of nineteen time at the House of correction in other words daytime release. That's it. So they'd have to sleep it off for a few months at the House of Correction. That's it. And that likely will turn into community release at some point Ed. Neither of them will have a felony conviction on their record. And as part of the terms of the plea bargain this. Rights with the child can resume immediately, and they can regain full custody when the probation period is up in three years. You badgen this. Majett a child eleven twelve of finds out. Busted apart brutally and. Your Mom and your dad did it or one of them did it, and the other didn't say anything to defend you. Imagine the life of that child. Imagine having to live with two people like this. So, that's the resolution of the story, and it's not a happy ending. But. It is reality is a reason that the lawyers always tell you don't talk at the case of two criminals. They always beg. Don't talk. And let's be honest. The reason most people get caught because most people do talk, they usually are able to make a deal and people wonder. Why did he give a sweetheart deal to one and not the other? It's the only way you can get either of them. You offer somebody who might have done something bad. Two years of the other one gets Twad, but at least they both got something because one person did talk in this instance. These two people decided that they were going to be loyal to one another and not their own Saad. And the decided to stand together. Despite this monstrously horrible behavior. Jessica growing and I think I should probably in fairness since people might have names that are similar. Spell it G. R.. E. N. and thirty seven Actually now thirty nine. This is two years ago and Thailand now thirty four. No again. That's a common name. I'm sure there's whether one person with that name here in. The State of Wisconsin, but they live in Saint Francis said. That's what they got essentially have gotten away with it. What bothers me about this is not just at. I'll admit it if you're smart enough not to talk, there's no physical evidence and you're smart. Enough criminal that when you beat the crap out of a child that you don't do it with a blunt object where your fingerprints might have been left at laughter. You didn't use a knife he didn't use. If you just use your hands or not leaving anything. If. You're smart enough to do it in a way. That's not caught, and if you have a sufficiently despicable partner, who isn't going to. Implicate you re -ality? Some people do get away with crimes. And this instance we know who did it was one of the two of them, and we also know that the whichever one didn't or perhaps they both did kept quiet. Plus it was frustrating. Everybody knows but what's frustrating to be. It's not just that everybody knows but frustrating to me. Is that hardly anyone will care? Derek shopping and I'm not defending him the Minneapolis top with the neon of George Floyd. He should be. But everybody in America will know him, and there are people who are going to be down the street. Who Oh forget about the couple that did it down there because the fact of the matter is and I'm not defending what happened to Floyd? But. There is no scenario by what you could argue that the fourteen day old baby had what happened to him coming. And yes, I do believe. Societies cat, if not tacit acceptance of this generally unbothered this by it is because of abortion. That's what I believe. I believe that if this was. Somebody who beat up nine thousand nine year, old woman, domestic relationship or something? All the women's rights could solve the other groups say it'd be crawl going out an odd. If it was a priest that molested a child that again. I'm not minimizing Eddie of those things I'm saying you beat the hell out of a baby. The public doesn't care and. It's becomes a very hard crime to prove. If the other person who is involved or aware knows enough not to talk. I spent some time sharing story here. Because the fact that so few people do care almost as the point of me. Kind of force it out there and get you to carry it again. I don't know if the beheading news coverage of this resolution of the case or not like most of these cases when people are arrested all the TV stations go on and on and on and on, and everybody just assumes people go to prison for the longest time. Nobody ever follows these up to the. Almost ever. Pulses issue I have put a link up on belling dot com that does link back to my original story, and then that one links back to the Fox six twenty for those of you. Who would more information? Talk Eleven thirty W I. S ad, Mark belling late afternoon show. I say the media doesn't even try anymore. Not to look ridiculous the politic thing that the dreadful runs. You're not just where they judged. Somebody makes a statement and the judge is a true or false. What they're evaluating is a facebook post that says America's deadliest cities have a democratic majority. Well no kidding. You believe they ruled that mostly false. Virtually every big city in the united. States is a democratic mayor at his run by liberals and the crime rates and the deadliest K.. Rates are all in the big cities. All you have to do is look across the United States at the areas that. Everyone knows what the answer is either to the State of Wisconsin. The crime rates the rates of violent crime of the highest of the series that are run by democratic mayors holds all the way through and has always held yet. They claim that it's mostly false and the reason that they say it's mostly because all the way through the acknowledged. Yes, this is true, but they say well. You can't say it's one is because of the other the summary Correlation without causality in other words. You can't say that the cause. Is that the run by Democrats, but that's entirely the point you can say that. You can say that. And I'm going to prove it. We have. One actual real life test. Of a major city. You talk about controlled case in experiments. This is one of them. Of a major city that actual they chose to elect a Republican mayor and put in place Republican. Law Enforcement Philosophies. New York said he did it. There are almost no major cities in the United States. I mean there's A. Like a couple like Jacksonville maybe into the major ones you know the big ones. The cities that has had a republican mayor a decade except New York. What happened in New York City when they elected Rudy Giuliani? was you had an unusual situation and I'm just talking about this earlier in the week. For an unrelated issue the way they elect mayors of New, York is unusual. In that you get, you can run on multiple party lives. You know most of the country. If you have a partisan election, there's the democratic line the Republican line. Maybe the Libertarian is out there. In so odd in New, York, you can be on the ballot of multiple parties. And the Democrats and the Republicans are just two of the parties in these municipal elections in New York for example The York also has a party called the Liberal Party the Democratic Party and the Liberal Party and they have the Conservative Party and they have the Republican Party. So these all these parties. But you could put your name on more than one line, and they just add up all the totals. It's weird, but that's only York is always it. In addition to the Giuliani had the support of more than just the Republican Party, but everybody knew that he was a Republican. And he ran is A. New York. Though had hit rock bottom. You talk about any kind of change in behavior that people have led us. The alcoholic stopped drinking. When does the gambling addict stop gambling? When does the Drug Abuser Stop? When what any kind of behavior it is generally, there's some sort of rock bottom. You lose all your money. You lose your family something. You don't generally you know I. Just decided. I'm not going to be of heroin user ready. There's usually it gets to the point where you have to a radical change New York. City had he had rock bottom. Crime was out of control. The quality of life was terrible Eden. In the major neighborhoods. Even, Midtown Manhattan had problems. Areas of the boroughs. Brooklyn. Almost all of the Bronx some of Hiram. A, wash in crime. And the political system seemed broken, they had elected one Democrat after another after another after another you know at touches in their a beam was in there and forget the order and David. Dinkins was in there. And they all have the same general approach. The Police Department was SORTA corrupt police. Department what do its job all that well because they weren't allowed to do its job and. Giuliani just came in and said I got a different idea. and. He added Police Commissioner. They brought in this whole broken windows. and. They said well we do is. We are going to saturate the city with cops? And we're going to enforce the law like crazy. Broken, windows site you. Do this, we're gonNA site you. We're GONNA say. We're GONNA site. You have people that just gotTa realize. You can't get away with crap in New York. kind of the opposite of the approach that we've had in Milwaukee whereas I've mentioned I think about half the people in the city. Don't it would drive? Don't have driver's licenses New York any kind of little thing that got you. It was an extreme reaction, but it was their way of correcting against. What had been utter chaos dysfunction. And it worked. The crime rate in New York crashed. New York went from being one of the most dangerous cities on the planet. To about the safest. New York City adult by far the largest in population it got to a point where it wasn't even number one in murders, the city's much smaller than had more killings and on a per capita vases percentage miniscule. And, it wasn't just murder. All sorts of crimes property crimes. You would think dip with all the shoplifting all the tourists and so that went out. And it was simply New York cops everywhere and they were empowered. If they saw something, they busted you. And it worked. Prior was up. People remember the stories. I still remember the first time I went to Times Square. This is show. That was on HBO a couple of years ago. That was set in Times Square in the seventies. They called it the Deuce, which apparently was the nickname for forty second street, because do the do's and it was set when it was still open season when the prostitution of the drug, the people were deal drugs right? The straight of the hookers are right the street, and the Strip I mean it blatantly. Illegal activity was out of the cops standard. They're looking at it. And the first time I was ever in New York was. It was in the seventies and. I went to at I'm from Wisconsin Just wide. It was like. This is the end of the world. This is some sort of futurist. This is like. It's kind of like how. Other than I suppose the people that were into all of this stuff thought it was having because you could literally do whatever you want. Now, this didn't all happened. During Giuliani declared clean the whole thing up. The drug dealing went the prosecution wet. The strip joints weather exit. You know you, Disney, and fast food restaurant said. It's now a tourist trap. The crime went down enough. What generally happens in preparation, member of the city remained overwhelmingly democratic. And what often happens is once you solve a problem think it solved. And the people who didn't like the fact that the cops are right now these tickets and lead it all over again and so one they started the bellyache and Juliet leaves incomes. Bloomberg Blooberg pretty much kept the policing strong in his first term. He ran as a Republican independent the second time soften it up a little bit, But the York crime problem remained low even under Bloomberg. Then de Blasio came in and said look. We're headed all this. We've got police brutality. I police that respecting people's rights so forth and so on. And look how quickly it's gone to hell. The murder rate of new. York is exploded. See ever real life experiment. Democratic, policies the ARC had a terrible rate of violent crime a terrible crime. They brought in one Republican halfway Republican crime crashed the change in philosophy. The put a Democrat back crowd explodes. It's not surprising. Some things work and some don't and defunding the police. Taking hands off will make matters even worse. And the cities that are going this route. Will regret it. They're gonNA. Regret it more deeply that you would imagine. All over America s crime has gone down to the big cities residential has gone up and we also know with regard to the millennials. Downtown's big cities have become the place that they want to work. You can't get a millennial to go to work the suburbs to save your life. You just can't. They want to be part of it. They want to be in these high rise. They want to be with the people that WANNA hang with their friends, etc.. Until of course they don't. Now, none of those workplaces are even open. Because the same people who wanted to be part of everything, millennials are the ones that are safety, conscious and safety frequently afraid to go to work. And you've got crime increasing at all of these cities Minneapolis. They burn the city's dowd. Never mind just rioting. In general violent crime has exploded Milwaukee last night got to eighty nine in murders eighty nine. We had thirty eight at this time last year. We are more than double. So in addition to everything's closed and you've got viruses go on now. The crime problem is back and the crowd problems in building. It sided with all the stolen cars of the stick ups that's been going on over the last couple of years mirrored again by what's going out across the country and the response to that is they have less police. The responses to overreact the rare situation of a police officer Ron shooting an African American by suddenly having no police, no law no order. You will find that all those millennials scurry. It's happening already I. think that's what's driving this big real estate push of the suburbs. I think it's a lot of first time buyers that are getting out of dodge. The getting out of dodge because Marshall Dillon turned in his badge. Those of you who get that you get that. No See, he doesn't get gun. smokey doesn't get Perry. Mason Jar Wyatt for some reason gets the older references, but you don't seem to get them. I if I go any farther back to the Brady Bunch actually you get killing though. Gilligan overlap with gunsmoke though they were closer sixties. I. Think you only watch the thirty minute show of the sixties? You didn't watch the hour. They print things like to throw a Ben Cartwright thing. You have been flummoxed than that would also. You'll have heard of that, but you would have. You'd never actually saw any of the area that they want to get out of Dodge Dicey Marshal Dillon ran dodge city. Marshal Dillon turn it. That's what it is that the baliles that's GonNa Scurry the businesses I leaving anyway. They're not reopening to go into these office towers. We're moving to a work at home. Environment safety germs the Kobe things going to be going on forever. Effort ever if the cultural events don't resume if there's no theater, there's no sympathy. There's no sporting events. What's the point of being in the city? But in the meantime now the crime explodes. See, you gotTA. Lose your population base or use lose your property tax paying base, and you're also GONNA lose a significant segment of the people who actually but following the laws. And we know how this will play out because this is what happened in all the big cities before they started to fix the problem in the nineties. When they realized that we've got to get a handle on crime that we've gotta make these places livable. We've gotTA make it attractive for people who want to work and live until of course they'd say we're taking care of all of that and look how quickly things have come back. You do things the way liberals wanted them. They always go to hell always. You ought to create a mess ESCA liberal what to do then do what you will get a mess. Milwaukee this is the mark belling late afternoon show. On News Talk Eleven thirty W decide the wall. Street Journal has interesting story today about the colleges that are considering resuming college football this fall, but not knowing how to limit their capacity. It needed to dilemma. Let's take away the colleges for a moment and decided that the NFL decides that these decides that they want to go to. We'll go to forty percent capacity. So at Lambeau field that about thirty, thousand, thirty, two thousand fans. Come to the game. And they're saying we just don't know how to do it. We don't know how to do this without alienating and angering the fans that we say not to called. Everybody wants to reinvent the wheel on this. Here's what I would suggest they do. If let's I, could use Wisconsin I'll I'll use the packers because madison just so screwy i. just think Madison's not gonNA. Let them have fans they want even. They closed the bars again. Let's just take the packers. And let's imagine the NFL comes up with a decision that it's forty percent. That you could at forty percent capacity and your stadiums, and that's it. If the packers sad. Everyone of you season tickets. You give up your tickets, but we will refund you if you don't want to go. And if you do want to go, you can go. I bet there'd be a chunk who would say I. Don't want to go. Now I. Don't know if it would work out exactly to sixty percent would say that they didn't want to go, but that would be a huge start I've said the same thing with regard to a lot of these other things you've seen for example some of the churches that have reopened. Their opening restricted capacity, but they haven't had any reservations or anything like this. Because many people still don't feel comfortable going in other words, it takes care of itself. Now no one knows what happened in the NFL if the packers said. We're GONNA start. The sees it as scheduled. The first home game, would they have the capacity level fields right around eighty, thousand eighty, thousand there, or would they have thirty seven? Nobody knows. Nobody really does know. I do think that would be more. No shows that you would see for almost Eddie Packer game effort though. It would be lowered. It wouldn't be packed. Now would it be totally empty? I don't think it would be that either I think it would be somewhere in between so I just think if they were willing to let people decide for themselves. We've taken this well. Virus thing with targeting the healthy and we've turned everything upside down. The same thing with regard to the mask rules. If somebody has a while to get the virus. Let him wear the mask. And if somebody thinks that their risk is limited, why make aware a mask? He kind of takes care of itself in the meantime. We also know that we will not get back. Maybe we doubt know this. WE ARE NOT GONNA get to this virus until we get a lot more people sick. It's just the nature of all of these things. Viruses go away when enough people get it that we build up a collective immunity, and there's nobody left to get it. One of the better things that's happening now with so many young people getting it as they get it and they don't even get sick. So a more get it than we are aware of because they're not sick. They don't get tested and bay. It works its way through a population. The ideal situation is get it. Don't get second, then develop an immunity. See A can't get it again. The problem initially with Colbert is that it targeted the high risk populations that were likely to die. It goes to a nursing home. That's terrible because many die. It goes through a college dormitory. WHO CARES ONE KID SNEEZES? That's the end of it. But with regard to well, how could we ever reopen anything? As long as we are in this knee-jerk belief that. It's not safe for some, so we can't do anything nothing. Ever reopen its. I'll say the same thing with regard to the schools. The schools open teach the kids who show up. How complicated is that? We'll everybody's show up no. Parents keep their kids at home. Get alert about as much as if they kept him at home in there and no kids went to school. Now whether or not the schools want to offer online learning, or the parents become responsible for home schooling their kids. Why cheat out the parents and kids who want to go to school, Sob who? Same thing I mentioned with regard to the broers. Never mind the everybody who wants to go. Why couldn't you open the baseball season and allow three thousand and five thousand fans at Baylor Park. The understand how much distancing that would be. So forty-three thousand seat stadium. I'm Bob Mark Mark Crowds than that every time I walk out my front door for heaven's sakes. Anybody who's at a downtown is. And by the way, the streets of downtown's all over this. Maybe not a New York where everything's locked down in Milwaukee gets clogged everywhere. The dog walkers people are biking. People are just start crazy to do something. So, you're bumping and everybody all over the place anyway. The easiest way since clearly there are people that are phobic. Just open the doors and saying everybody Cobb ed. How will opening the doors and let the people who wanna come in come in and the ones that don't don't. We also see a geographic of. Difference well, part of the reason for that. There's two reasons for that. People tell me this stuff. All the time is told the fire. Outed Waukesha, county, the buyers are just packed that P. Walkie pack the restaurant. That's what I'm here now. People say that maybe somebody goes into one place. Maybe go into a place. That's just popular and maybe the place down the street that never did much business as dead empty IDO. But in Milwaukee clearly, there's been a lot of empty places. Part of his political Republicans I likely to ignore this thing. Democrats are likely at a freakout bought. What's the other big reason? What is it? Why are the buyers likely to be packed out in Waukesha county than they are in the city bill beyond just the liberal versus conservative thing. You'RE GONNA YOU'RE GONNA. Make this way difficult. More people. At Milwaukee so. Again! We act like this is racket sites. Let's imagine I lived in county in northern Wisconsin that had zero cases. Now, let's imagine I live in. Southern Arizona near the border where the thing is out of control. I'm probably going to react differently if I live in the area with no cases. Where people don't know anybody that has it in the thing is not showing up. People have different behavior patterns again. If you let people make their own decisions on this, we will get through a just fine. But, if you keep restricting and shutting down and now, the mass thing is, it's the worst idea possible. Because the mass thing is going to stop people who would get it and not suffer from Gada. Get meeting. You never get to the end of this. When I keep period, FAUCI, say well if we do the mass and he's talking about putting a national mass thing on for nine months in other words, anybody go public in the United States the next nine months after where mass. That's his idiot. Said if we could just get to the point of the vaccines. I swear the only American commentator who understands human nature. The vaccine doesn't solve this problem. I just said this earlier in the show I. Don't WanNa. Be Repetitive. I don't know what the percentage is, but it's higher than people think people will not get the vaccine. I. I would guess well first of all people who've already had. It won't get it of those who have not yet been exposed I think sixty seven percent would get the vaccine that Paul thinks. It's even lower than that, but that would mean one third will not and that seven percent that will get it. That's like over a year. You'RE NOT GONNA. Have people stand in line for fifty nine hours to get it, and they won't produce all of these things. You'RE GONNA. Hey, you're not gonNA. Have one hundred forty nine million shots available that woods. In Milwaukee, they're talking about putting a citywide mass requirement odd again. The thing that's happened with regard to the virus is they keep changing the standard. They keep I. Use the old Charlie Brown thing. Let's use the better one. Using the bar. But we were told forever and ever had ever Tony. Out As we had to get the numbers, Tom Barrett said we had to get the numbers down Don Milwaukee. We've gotten the numbers down so now. The new ARGH is what we've gotta make. Sure the numbers don't go back up if we can't wear it. Well, we can't become like those cities down south. That are saying exploding numbers. But if we were like what are the cities down south? What had exploding number? You want to treat us to save. So what is the standard by which you liberate us from this? The numbers are really lowered. Wisconsin, that's not enough to liberate us from the mask rule. The numbers are really high somewhere else. You just keep changing whatever the guidance is. It all started when they said we have to flatten the Kurds. The sole purpose of that was to stop the overwhelming of the healthcare system. The healthcare system is underwhelmed. Rates have been down all year. Because nobody's going into the hospital and the covert makes anybody sick enough to have to go in and the new round of infections. That's going on his hitting largely younger people. They don't get sick, so they end up not going to the hospital. So, we got to change it from flattening the curve because there was no curve. To come up with all these other non nobody can get our. Nobody has what we have to make sure it doesn't come back. There's no and Gabe this. In never ads. And as I say it comes at a time in which we have zillions of other public health crises that this same crowd at as it would be wonderful if they showed the same concerned about the OPIOID epidemic babies killing all sorts of young people. Not Elderly people who are at the end of life, and may have been dying of something else anyway. Younger people. There's been no desire to crack down on that no requirement of changing behavior, no calls for incarceration of the people that are doing not of it. Or for that matter any other type of risky behavior. There are many people who suspect that you're getting bad inflated counting again that every positive is being counted as a positive including those that are later turn out to be false positives. They never take them off the list. They also believe that some people are being outed in more than once because they go in they habit they go, and again they test for the antibody. They're listed as a positive that some people have been tested. County is more than one. There are other people believe that anybody who has the antibody is being considered positive, even though they no longer have if you have the antibody that means that you recovered. I Don you go? To me, this is very very easy to explain if you take a look at the map, the. Are All in the southern part of the United States. In the meantime, we know that the virus is control in Mexico and Latin America. There's travel back and forth. People are bringing the virus across the border. Liberals don't want to admit that at the same thing to the Caribbean and with society reopening people get more exposed. The case number is never the number to follow the numbers to follow our doubts and hospitalization. That is the measure of the severity of any public health concern. How many people are sick enough to go to the hospital? That number remains low and flat. How many people are dying? That number keeps going down now? Why would we have an increase in cases without an increase in hospitalization or death again, stating the obvious, the people getting it now, our younger, they don't get as sick or sick at all at they don't die when the thing was roaring through the nursing homes, it's not surprising. We had a death. Spike and hospitalization spike now that attending a bunch of twentysomethings you know. In southern Arizona. Who are otherwise perfectly healthy. They test positive because they're part of a group. That's been exposed, but they don't get sack, and they don't die easy again to explain. So, if you open a sports stadium, but you let eighty-five-year-old I'd let them decide yeah. And I'm pretty sure that if I was eighty five. Actually feasible hypothetical, if I was eighty five. I'd say screw it, you know. How many years do I have left to find healthy enough to go to a sports stadium? Be a that's going to hide forever because I might catch a bug kills me. There's ninety five five, eighty, five, probably ninety seven million things that are begging me on store. No I go, but I understand that somebody else wouldn't. We made the decision here to treat this particular virus differently than any other public health issue by no longer allowing people to make decisions for themselves. That was an assault at human rights, and it has had awful consequences and the problem with ever digging out from under it is is once you dislike the mass they'd use. They're putting the mass. They'll never come up. They will never come off. In, the same way, they don't know how to reopen the schools, they don't know how to reopen the sporting events. They can't bring themselves to say we ought to do it because they are willing to acknowledge the reality here, which is a lot of people are GonNa get this virus and hardly Eddie Murphy get sick enough to die, and once it was the vulnerable stage of the population. It's going to largely be at zero as it. It works its way through everything else, which is true of virtually every type of infectious disease that we have the more sick it happened with as the people who survived were those that were in extremely good health, the people who got HIV and never developed AIDS where people like Magic Johnson, the people who got AIDS, but we're also intravenous drug users that had compromised immune systems and reciprocally they died Joe Batty. Thank you of Nepal. If it extremely healthy, young woman of thirty, three gets the MONJA. Her chances are better than for ninety seven year old grandmother. WHO's got fourteen conditions gets it. It's like we lost all human experience at all common sense when we decided to allow FAUCI and birds to go on their power trip here. And take away our rights that are afraid of. The other weird thing that happened was liberals went from being the ultimate societal risk-takers and people who objected to all rules to becoming the rules, Nazis of all times and the `fraidy cats, who just can't imagine bringing themselves being you know riding a bike five hundred feet away from someone else without having their face covered in armor like Darth vader. W Liason. Mark belling late afternoon show real quickly a quick ps on the Kobe, situation I was going to identified their religion but It's a Lutheran Pastor, but I'm guessing it would probably be similar. The Lutheran. Churches and the Catholic church is kind every opened at the same time line, and then there was the city of Milwaukee whether it was a little bit of a lag because they have the different order that was still in place, and so on, but I think a lot of them were sort of similar. Timeline anyway. I got this in the Lutheran Pastor. He said you know we've got. Face it unless. Most. Congregations a significant number of people go to church are all. True. He said I didn't really know whether or not. We could do a reservation system this that and the other thing and he said it worked out perfectly by doing nothing why? Because a lot of our people aren't coming, but many are so all we have to do is say sit apart. That's all we've had to do. In other words, it worked out just fight and I think that would be true of anything. Not everyone will resume the activity, but some will. So why are we reinventing the wheel? What about the churches up where you live, you heard the same thing attendance down, but some, but but but they're not pack correct. That that's it so in other words the distance you don't have to do you. You don't have to do all these rules at all of this stuff. Because it just Kinda works out. Now if you do a side up all of that I, don't have a problem with that but I'd bet they won't even get to their maximum of these places. Because it works disorder. I need to move to this story out. Come to put it off until tomorrow, but then we'll never get to it. China understands that right now is the perfect time to. Begin the end upon Kong and as the Wall Street Journal is reporting today yesterday China tighten the screws. It essentially disbanded the Hong Kong government now has co-opted the entire city of Hong Kong and making it. Part of China the next thing would of course be to shut down whatever is left of the free press and repress everything that exists. In, China, when China was turned over. When Hong Kong was turned over to China there were many people who naively thought that China had to keep Hong Klein. The free and open society that it was because Hong Kong was one of the most powerful economies in the world of China benefited from having. Hong Klein anything want to mess it up. What we now see that it was simply a matter of time before. China would crackdown and finish off. Hong Kong because China would rather have a weakened. Hongkong than a free spirited open Hong Kong China cannot abide openness. This takes me to where I want to go with the subject. There's something that I was wrong about. And as you know people on the left, never admit that Iraq, and maybe a lot of people the right don't like to admit that the that. If you don't admit you're right, it means you never learn anything. The only way you increase your knowledge is go from thinking something that was wrong and turn it into something that is right. It's how you become a smarter person. I think back to when w Bush was president after nine eleven. He made comments that were very similar to comments that Reagan made. When the Soviet Union was falling, Reagan said in the eighties. There's a human yearning for freedom. It's universal. W Bush said early in the zero's that there is a tremendous desire on the part of all people for self-determination that if we can topple these regimes in the Middle East, they will move toward democracy, openness and freedom, because it's a natural human tendency. You know what? Bush was rising and Reagan was wrong. The desire for freedom is not universal. Desire for self determination is not universal and thinking that simply by opening things up that people will gravitate on their own toward it is rog and it has now been proved rog. We see it in our own country. There are millions of Americans who do not believe in freedom. They want to restrict speech that they don't agree with. They want to pose rules of the rest of us that they don't like. They WANNA. Slap down. People who they think, think the wrong way or vote the wrong way with our own country. We have millions of people who don't believe in freedom and the concept of freedom. So how are you just automatically assume that in parts of the world that have never had it like the Middle East or virtually never had it like Russia. Think that they're going to embrace it. What does this have to deal with China, all, it has everything to do with China. Did. It was the blame for this terrible problem. We have with China China and it's hell. Being held bent on world domination in China threaten all these viruses and China shut everybody around in China and North, Korea, and China you stealing copyrights and making cut rates, stop and product on the blame for all of this. Postage by. Nixon. China was isolated from the rest of the world. Read Shaida. They had no friends. Even the Soviet Union hated them. To have closed off sealed, society and Nixon made the decision in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy three. To reestablish relations with China and everyone on both the right and left thought it was a good idea. As a kid. I thought it was a good idea for decades. It seemed like a good idea. The notion was if you want China to be more open and more humane. You've gotta let the outside yet and once the Chinese people get a whiff of what's out there. That will modernize it. China will have to import to the standards of the rest of the world, and China will become a more modern and more open and more liberated society, simply by letting the doors, leading the sunshine ad. It'll sounded good. This is a forty seven year old experiment. It totally failed China is. Now is it was what Nixon went there and seventy three? The only efforts is there way more powerful now and they're shoving us in the rest of the world around. There is no more openness under these year regime that there was under Zhou and lie about. See Tiger Anti Apple. They're all tyrants of the Chinese. People apparently are perfectly content with living under charity. In the same way that there's never better real desire for democracy in the Middle East they'd rather have their faction of Islam rule their nation. It's again just reality. Freedom not universally wanted, and if you don't have a culture of it, you just run under the be under somebody's thumb Salang as things go fairly well. We have this naive belief. that. If we simply let the rest of the world, see how great we have it, they'll be like us. In the case of the Chinese. They just want our money and they wanted to walk all over US thought we were a bunch of suckers. They probably thought Dixon. Was a sucker what he went over there I know they've thought Jimmy Carter was a sucker. They probably thought Reagan was a sucker because he believe the same thing. He thought Oh. There's universal human quest for freedom. Just as when the British Empire turned Hong Kong over to the Chinese Oh while they won't screw it up. This'll be Hong be good for China. Because China will see. The people of China will see how great the people of Hong Kong Avid, and they'll want to be like that yeah right. I believe to to just as I believe that. Those wars we fought at the Middle East and the Zeros by liberating countries from Saddam Hussein, and so on that you would end up with a better result than we had earlier once you introduced the notion afraid. Not True. You leave these countries other. What you get is the Taliban just throw. This is not to say that we don't want human rights to exist what it is to say as by giving all of this assistance and established all of these business relationships with China. All we did was create a place, said which. Cheap cut rate products would be used the fuel at academy. That is going out hell bent on superpower that wants to take us over and dominate us. And not content it all the economic damage that one. They got bats in labs got their wet markets at all of this stuff. It's like they're creating viruses and spilling out to the rest of the planet. which they laugh about as we walk around wearing masks to six, oh six at news talk seven thirty W., I. E. News Talk Eleven. Thirty W is Mark Dolly late afternoon. Show this segment. I might see. It's the most important one of the program, but maybe the most enlightening. I talk all the time about how. Everything is obvious after it happens. But hardly anything is obvious before it occurs in fact. Whatever people start just assuming everybody thinks something. It's a pretty good bet that they're going to be right. I want you to go back to March thirty first of this year, which obviously would have been the end of the first quarter? We were in the throes of the virus. Most of the lockdown orders in the United States came into the middle of March, the NBA season of the March and that thing just happened so fast cities locked out, and so on the cases started to spike the numbers spiraled out of Control and the stock market crashed. The last several weeks of March were terrible. So put yourself back then now. I know that nobody ever wants to admit that there rog about things. But I willing to bet almost everyone would have it wrong about everything. The Wall Street Journal has a list. Of all the things that you could invest in in the United States. And rated them in terms of what went up the most. What went down the most over the last three months, not individual stocks, but categories for example like. The Swedish krona like if you invested the Swedish currency or The. S&P Five Hundred Utility funded other words bought a basket of all the utility companies the United States, or what's that other one on here? The Russian ruble invested the Russian currency. Court the price of cord. The Australia dollar. What's that other one that's on here? The S. and P. Five hundred in other words, they almost any index that you could invest it. Go Back to March thirty first of this year. Some of you know this because you know what happened. But, if you would have been asked to guess what the beggars best single investment for the next three months would be. You know what a was. Gasoline. In retrospect, who in the world thought? that. Down Ninety cents a gallon for gas again, who would have thought? lasted. Gasoline has gone up one hundred nine percent in the last three months. Second place is cousin. Crude oil crude oil is up ninety one point seven five percent remember crude oil down to sixteen seventeen dollars a barrel. There was even that one day were traded negatively. Again so obvious after they've happened anybody who had a ton of money who invested futures, markets, and so on it just makes investments could have realized that this is ridiculously low that all of this is terribly overdone. Even if oil will never go back to the great to the days of the past ninety, one, hundred, one hundred ten dollars, sixteen is not sustainable. But back in that era I remember three months ago. People thought the gas by be cheap forever. People thought that oil the loggerhead a value. Fourth. The. S. P. Five hundred consumer discretionary fund in other words. At the end of March consumer discretionary are purchases that consumer products that you don't need in other words, not a staple, not at assessing the S. and P. Five hundred companies that are in that area third best thing to invest in anything again. Why because they crashed? Everybody is some the end of the world because the call, but nobody's everybody, consumers are not going to spend any money on things that they don't need stocks. Those stocks consumer discretionary up thirty. Thirty three percent followed by next silver. Silver is up thirty one percent against stating the obvious you go down the list. The five hundred tech index thirty percent, the tech index of course Google Amazon so forth, and so on and running through the list all of these things stock, and of course in all these stock index are among the best investments, because the last three months have been spectacular. Why because they're in comparison to the first three months? That were terrible. The bottom. The worst performing single investment. that. You can buy the futures market. Now. Remember in order for it to be worse. That means that had overvalued three months ago and if we've learned. Anything. Everything that was undervalued everything that was down three months ago was undervalued because it all went up like the stock market like. Gas. Etc.. What did we just think oh? My Goodness Gracious. This is the future people that got to buy a todd of it. The biggest single decline of Eddie investment. Coffee Futures. Know in retrospect we see what happened. People stopped going out to coffey. Because there's nobody that's work at anywhere at all these people that were buying all this coffee at the morning thing they stopped doing that. And instead they're sitting there at home and coffee. Consumption is down. Furthermore, coffee got terribly overvalued at the end of that period. Anyway, the next one of the bottom wieght. And then third from the bottom. Another one that had gone way way way out because everybody thought there would be terrible shortages, which didn't materialize hard prices. Remember that three months in March thirty first everybody thought all the meat processing plants. We're GONNA crash that there would be no hard to be no bacon. There'd be no pork. There'd be no nothing. It became an issue, but the prices way way way too high and the only thing you can do when you get way way too high is go way way way down in other words. Do not assume that whatever is the case now. We'll be the case in three months so I think it's fair to say whatever you think. A great investment will be in three months won't be. And whatever just seems to be terrible right now probably will have done very well in three months. And I would say that that also will turn out to be very very true. To the presidential political polls at six eight hundred news talk eleven, thirty wins said. News Talk Eleven thirty W. I s mark belling late afternoon. Show even talking about it. This has not made the media yet. There's been an explosion in real estate activity southeast. There was going up for several weeks at an explosion just over the last week. Almost all concentrated in the suburbs. Paul mentions that I've been hearing this deal. All sorts of people from Illinois buying north of the border at Walrus county right now, for just a zillion reasons, and you can imagine all of them. Paul says the trendies hearing paying with cash I mean. If you have cash, I could see doing good however. You talk we're just talking earlier about things that are so low that you know that they can't be like this forever. Kenya's have now. What are we gonNA think about three percent thirty year mortgages. I it just. It just seemed to me that. If you have the money available at a long term plan, you'd want a bar almost all of it because your borrowing costs are so cheap and instead put the money into something else on the other hand. If you believe that the real estate itself is going to exploded value, which many but many believe, because if inflation. And the things that inflate the voest as the real estate that is unlimited supply along the water, etc.. don't I was GONNA say we don't make any new lakes over there. Make some they made like bid and all of that you get the drift on that and finally let's end with this. This is not a pleasant story, but it has to be pointed out. Would you believe that there were two more murders this afternoon in Milwaukee? Police saying that there were two more fatal shootings that spun at nineteenth and Rogers. Two people were killed today. That is four murders since ten thirty last night. We made a big deal on my Chicago's always had an atrocious violent crime rate two weekends ago. They had fourteen killings in one weekend. Fourteen in an entire weekend and that's a city much larger than is that we thought that was out of control. We in Milwaukee have had four in sixteen hours. We're now at ninety one for the year. At the very time right now, police are investigating the nineteenth and Rogers. You have a mob of people. That I've been painting on Chalk on the streets in front of City Hall defunding the police. Can you come up with a more and more Roddick response to a city that right now has a violent crime problem that is worse right now. We are on path to set the record for the most murders in the history of the city of the walkie and the responsible lefties. The Response Democrats to that is. To defunding. groped. That's out there prior to stop them. The response should not be defunding the police. We need more police, and if the lefties who runs the city, of Milwaukee do not recognize this if the response instead is to require us all to wear masks tomorrow. You can't come up with a more clueless. Bunch of people that are correct crop of liberals. As conservatives, they need to be uttering this message. Louder and louder, louder and louder and louder. Violent crime is out of control and none of it is at the hands of police officers. Back tomorrow. Only

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Taking Listener Questions

In the Garden

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Taking Listener Questions

"Inch by inch robot. GonNa make this garden. All it takes is a ring and the. Piece of fertile Row by row someone bless the seeds. Someone warm limb from the low to gain. Lorraina has been tumbling down. That's actually good news. Yes, indeed, it is time for in the garden with Peter Burke here on wd. Our program is brought to you. By menards, family owned true value store on Brooklyn Street in Morrisville my these flowers and garden shop mainstream weights veal by Britain's big country hardware. Your authorized cub cadet dealer in bridgeport. By clawson's florist, greenhouse and perennial farm locally grown just for you. Main Street Colchester fire locally owned Montpellier Agde East. Montpelier road by Thomas Farm and garden on the Barry Montpellier road by sticks and stuff and and lumber in Middlesex Saint Albans Inas Berg Swanson and Derby sticks and stuff dot com. By guys, farmyard stores in Morrisville Montpellier Williston and Saint Albans by PNR lumber. Your family owned lumber mill with all the lumber, mulch and compost. You need on route fifteen in walk it. By the willies store in Greensboro, celebrating one hundred twenty years of family ownership. Telephone lines are open right now. Feel free to call anytime at two, four, four, one, seven, seven seven. That's eight Oh two number. Two, four, four, one, seven, seven seven Peter. Burke is here to answer your questions on Mike Speaking of the Devil Peers Peterberg. The Devil here I am. Not My best intro. Wealth welcome anyway. Oh man now I forgot where I was going to start. You got me going. Well. It looks like we may not have to water this week anyway. a good a good batch of a good batch of rain over the next few days, but I'll have to say last week. Things were very dry and we do the the. So I was out Even knowing the water was coming I always out Watering last weekend in a little bit more over this week to and that's the thing is. Is that The plants aren't going to wait for the water to come you sort of have to plan on there. Being an inch of rain every week and an terrain does mean a quarter inch thunder shower four times a week because that water doesn't really penetrate into the soil, which you need is a good, soaking rain or a good watering, and whether you use your your sprinkler or a hose with a A soft spray or use of bucket in a in a cup. And oh. Wow Joel says we have a call already. In rouse point, welcome. How are you today? What's going on? Doing well, I made six platters. Up every year in my house I drilled holes in the bottom of the were fifty five gallon plastic barrel without create so it drains really will. Fifty five gallon. That's a big planner. Half so they're twenty, six, twenty seven. Okay, all right good. I I had planet potatoes, 'cause they they drain really, but anyway. I planted three elderberry bushes new like crazy home. I GONNA get. elderberry got another piece of property I would like to get them started and starting elderberry very patch if I could. elderberry! Well elderberry is are are actually one of those things that don't require a lot of anything mostly they. Require mostly sunny spot the one thing that you want to consider the berries is. If they're a minor right next to the house, and it's always a race to see who gets there first whether it's also the deer, chipmunks, or whoever you know, so, that's the one thing. If you actually want to harvest them, then you're going to have to watch him pretty closely or even. Put a net over him. Consider that. Are you planning to harvest the berries? Yes with these things are portable because we can move them around. We could put them into an area and quit netting around him. Yes, sure sure. Do you plan to grom there? for more than just the season, or are you gonNa grow them there and then plant them into the ground. Grow the three that I have I want to know how to how to transplant. Because, don't you take off little? growth growth in diplomat something that plant out in the in the soil in order to get new plants. Well there's a lot of different ways to propagate and they're they're. That's probably the most common is to tip tip on over, and let the you know, and and stake it into the ground, and let it grow up and then cut it off once it's rooted. And then you can just. Branches implant the branches. You could do that. That's a little trickier in because because you. You have to make sure that you you know what you're doing. and medium is is a good a good growing medium. Tip them over and stake him into the ground. They have the support of that of the whole plant until they actually root out so and you'll see that even with squash plants or tomato plants. If they're on the ground, they'll actually put roots down anywhere along the stem. so the elderberry is. Are you the they're? They're pretty pretty hardy and they. They just love to grow FOOTBA. Sorry, I couldn't quite hear that last part. You broke up. What was saying that again? You really broke up this time. Shelly. I can't hear anything. Maybe if you get to a better spot, callback and I guess saying now. Oh, they are okay now. What was that last part you said you grab a if you pull the plan? Can you grab a couple of handfuls of routes planned route? Well, you'd be better off to to cut the whole plant down the middle and route one and then route the other, so it had both the plants. The plants roots aren't. Nearly as viable as the tops, but you could give it a try sure I would be more inclined to treat it like a crown and cut it in half top the bottom you know, so you have some roots and some plants. Then you know, cut the top back quite a bit pretty severely and then repot it. And you know? Couple of Masters and see which one works that well that that would be a good idea to you. Never know you'd never know but What do you plan to do with the berries? I haven't gotten that far, I. Don't. They make a great cough syrup with honey with with a good honey. Vermont. Hello, and and. They're just there's nothing quite like it in the course. If you want a little maple syrup in there, too, but but the just the parakeet. Antiviral drugs yeah you got it. Yeah, Yeah Yeah. Drives there you go all right. Well Good Luck. Let me know how which one works best for you. We have another call. Thanks Shelly but. Clark in more town. How're you, Clark? Hello, you there! And get yeah, thanks a lot. I? Have a question so a couple of things. I have two different garden plots. One is just squash couple of US Zucchini summer squash winter squash this the Zucchini summer, squash we have plenty of flowers, and then the the vegetable will grow. You know maybe a couple of inches, and then it gets, it's. It's gotten stuck and it hasn't gone anywhere. It just didn't. It didn't it didn't get. A pollinated it'll. It'll grow up and then the endel rotten and the flower. Look you know kind of droopy, so you. Can you know there's? There's different ways to ensure that they get pollinated. which included q tip and going around flower to flower? But the that's the main problem that you're having, and you'll get some of that in any plant even in a good. Even in a good year. But usually the bumblebee go after those flowers in droves. Just absolutely love them. They're big, and they get right inside, and there's lots of pollen in there and that, and that doesn't and. Should have no problem with pollinators in as a general rule now if it is. A really big problem I mean to lose a few is just not that unusual, you know. Right. Is that what you're noticing a few or your are your? Are you getting no fruits? Yeah well right now. It seems like we're not getting any and I think and I had heard about the you know the lack of pollination. We've had plants there for several years and we've never had any problem with that. just seems to be an anomaly, but I do have one other related question. We have a garden right here at our house, a small one and However, we sort of pack the lot in there. We've got quite a few peppers. We've got Broccoli which is going crazy We've got some herbs and some Eggplant and we have We have a Japanese eggplant that of fruit, right? Right off, and it was very nice, but the other two rate. Since then they haven't done anything. We'll have the flower settle form, and then We haven't had anything come from, and then we have a pretty vigorous looking cucumber, which has lots of blossoms, and again not many fruit, or cucumbers for him and yet and don't know whether this might be a little early looking for those or I might be able to do it's. It's the same thing as that only a certain number of we're going to get pollinated now. With? With like tomatoes soon, pollinating them and I mentioned this last week. Is that if you just? Shake, the minor up on. So I just shake the trellis every every couple of days to make sure that that the pollen is drifting around the other flowers, and and so you can't give that a try now if they're growing on the ground. That's that's the problem with going on the ground. Is that it? It takes a lot. It takes a lot of pollinators to find the ones on the ground, but you know. They should do fine. No reason yeah. Yeah the tomatoes are separate Lynn separate bags. And have are in cages so I think just kinda shaky and would be the good idea. last question related question is that the the Broccoli is very vigorous and has gotten very big, and it is Kinda crowding in next to the eggplant and stuff, and somewhat into the peppers, and we don't know whether it may just be a little bit more compact, and whether that we may need to create some room for them. that the the peppers. EGGPLANT? Basil. and. Those type of plants really require full sun. and. The other thing that I've noticed with my peppers is that. If any of the nights get below fifty degrees, which we haven't had that problem so much. But if they do if they do then, they'll flower, but they won't fruit. Are they flowering? Yes, they are yeah and I think the peppers me. I've always crowded my peppers in the past. They say that you touch nice right. Yeah and they and they do, or they're kind of like going on dates I think pretty scholarly so but I wonder if we if we extract one of the Broccoli plants because they're not really shading, but they are certainly pretty close to happen. That's creating. Yeah. So, Let's see. What are you using for fertilizer? For those used. You just one of the commercially available kind of seaweed fertilizers that you can get your your garden show and and. Put on some composted Carmen. Cow Manure around the plant. It should be perfectly fine, yeah. So so, what kind of just around your yard and stuff? What do you have her flowers and stuff anything to attract pollinators like? Our we have We do right in front of that. We have a pretty good patch of bebop. And Yeah, and we also have since we have some annuals, there's an. Be Bomb Right now and there are certainly some hostels and Are Blooming so. would be either. You have other things that are that are attracting those the. the pollinators and stuff So it sounds like you're doing everything, right? It's just It's just kind of hit or miss at this point you can try. You can, you can try get there and and hand-pollinating the big flowers like the Zucchinis that wouldn't be. Too much problem the cucumbers They're so small that that doesn't seem like a good way to go, but I was just trying to think of how to get more more. pollinators in there for you. But I've noticed you know sometimes even with the Trellis. It is hit or Miss L.. Have you know twenty twenty cucumber flowers, but only ten. Cucumbers, you know they're. They're not a hundred percent. And a lot of that is just kind of The luck of the draw hit Amiss of of the pollinators. It'd be nice if you got every single one. Is! How the do you water there at all Yeah. We been watering regularly. tucked right up in front of the House and we get about six hours of direct sun perfect, so we think we've. Yeah, we're getting some. You know some residual heat from the house. Of Cools off slower so. We'll last. Year is funny. Because I had these wonderful Broccoli plants with absolutely no heads on them at all. and. The conclusion was two things one is. It was just too darn hot? And the second was, go ahead and eat. The Broccoli leaves like you would. You would. collards. Wasn't. We. Wasn't we? Are brought. Yeah, we just harvested six. Really Nice Broccoli those are those are doing great, okay? So you know that when once you harvest them, if you keep watering and fertilize them, they'll put off the side shoots. You know that. Okay. All right. Oh Yeah. Right through November well. Yeah! Okay. Ted. Thanks so much in the call. Really appreciate it. Okay, so we have Clark and more. You were talking to Clark. Talking to Clark talking to now it's Hell Yeah right all right I've got it here on my list I wrote it down twice. Hey! Hey. Willing to yield and let the sponsors and the host and others. A chance. Well. How about after after we finish we'll do. We'll take a break and what's going on. Well I succeeded in getting my garlic out of the ground while it was dry. I have in the past that mattered because I had so much garlic and harvesting it with muddy roots was awesome. And Awful. So anyhow that that is done. And I, also well that brings fit Zeki, which is that Greek sauce of garlic and yogurt and. Do I know it well. Her slain is also coming into season as a weed in my garden I lane I put into that as a substitute. Actually 'cause I. Don't give myself to cucumbers. Entrusting overpower me and I I was thinking of. What can I put in there? That's a little different. And it's. You know chop it up. It's you know it's nutritious additive ingredients. For much time passes I will have started my first season. And some of Kado, going also I've been over come. elderberry is kind of the the schober news at a farmers market you know. For years ago was giving away little sprigs of it, so I planted a couple and. And stand back. Housing to say. Those big planters? You won't hurt them. A little or whatever it give yourself some distance from the border. You given his. Been Mono my first clues as to what to do with them, and trying jams and jellies, and that makes more devotion than I think I have. Making finding various recipes and so on for Syrup. Just a Dandy little solution. Sure it's delicious and nutritious as well. And you know and I. Sometimes I think birds are what diminish microbe. As much as anything. This year I cut them quite far back. Last. Fall I guess and man. It's huge. It is come back mightily in terms of altitude and breadth and trespassing on the neighbor. You know I'm going to date because it. It also started a branch office a little further away from the lines. Much of the original back and let it come towards my own house. How. You. you grow in any blueberries this year. I don't I have never grown. Hoping that pick your own penalties is open because of my favorites therapies, and so on I, have an electric front wheel on my old favorite mountain bike. And it's about seven miles. Perfect I can. Down there and still have plenty of May left, but still in high near been peddling all time and pick five or six courts and bring him back. Get them in the freezer so I don't. I tried some blueberries on my own. You know a number of decades I mean strawberries. And I'm not a fighter. Exactly. I'm kind of Swisher. When you've got a lot. So. Take care of I want to ask you. What What variety of of garlic do you grow? You Know I. I also haven't. Researched the sex life. Garlic and what comes what because I? In the early days and Sherlock would have been in the late ninety. S I guess. there was a hope the end L. in Williston. who was meticulous grower of different varieties? And now it's just Ted's garlic. I think because. And I do the bubble thing also. Growing and had a bumper crop with photos. Maybe I'll send you to me yesterday. Those things planning some of the little rice grain style, just sort of broadcasting, and also more intentionally, the ones that are over a quarter inch. And it's, it's an amusing thing, but anyhow. I Spanish Rojo was. The rage at the time and German read I guess. One that that that hope and L. had started from A. Someone who's worked at her farm and was from Bulgaria, I think. Made huge, clothes? Four close. Grow a German White House when I call it, but. That came across the. You know it came transported by. It's it's a beautiful garlic has got good. I have no sign of anything particularly that I know of I love garlic. And I've been academics isn't the thing. Linguistics I wish somebody could relate to whether. pandemonium could come into the ten domestic. I find it to be such a nice more flowing word, but I don't know if it's applicable to you. I'll hang up and let you go and. And I could get to Brian Harwood on this. To okay. I'M GONNA. Write that one down. Today me, too. Thanks appreciate the call and I. Guess we need to take a break to. We will all right I i. just want to mention heads. Garlic is absolutely delicious. Oh, is that right now? If that sounds like a hint? Anyway! So. What was that word? He was saying panda medic and Ammonium Panamanian. there's kind of it. There is a kind of laid back pandemonium in as much as everything that's associated with the pandemic heads to disrupt everything but yeah yeah. Yeah I wish there was another word for. The Monia men pandemic. Have to think about that one for a bit while I hope whatever word describes what we're going through with regard to. This is some day soon will be in the past in the past hands. Go back. There is is cause for hope for sure I. Have a question shoot now. What? What again is your formula for the perfect foil It's one third one third one third. Okay, Okay Peat Moss for Mickey Light, compost okay this year, rather than just to with various fertilisers. I decided to lighten up my soil. Because even in my in my raised beds, the soil was really hard and last year. Some of tomato plants and whatnot. Just you know weren't all that healthy. So what I did was peat, Moss and related. You told me that one of the product was a mixture of both, and I went and bought bags and bags of them. Put them in, and the good news is that my tomato plants are are had just having loosened up the soil could it was a lot easier to work with Mike Tomato plants and everything well, tomato plants, almost five feet tall. Oh, WOW, unbelievable! Unbelievable, the difference between last year and This year, and all I can say is that if anyone notices that the soil just seems to be more compacted. This was just a I'm I'm absolutely thrilled. Yeah, that's the good news now. All the bad news is that you know I. I kind of will not do anything lethal against critters, and the the first part of the news is good that the purple beans of my daughter and granddaughter love. We're growing like wildfire wildflowers until. Until the bunnies showed up. IT WASN'T A. chipmunks of which there are an abundance, but the money came out, and they went through a long pile of weeds, because I didn't plant anything in the back part of the garden so I've got a pretty good cover. Right with the money. Still Manage to find my purple bean. It's it's like hanging hundred dollar bills. Do Yeah, amazing well. There are things you can do, but I know you won't do any of them, so we won't even know there. Is One of my one of my guest. In Studio Guest, today is Winnie the Pooh. And my Beagle my elderly Beagle. She's no helping chase. Not at all I think the money's chase her. At a mighty dog has has nothing to do with the chipmunks I I really wish that she would chase him a little bit, but you know a moth in the light in the middle of the night she'll get up and bark at that moth, and you know you leave a garbage bag out there, and it's black sitting in the in the driveway and she'll go nuts over that, but no chipmunk. Could care less. My mind likes to look at them, but doesn't do too much. But what's the point being though is that an just amazes me? How specific hungers the bunnies have they just go from my beans? Like nobody's been matter, would beans they are. Almost human, isn't it? What's on the menu today? Any rate well I'm glad to hear about the The peat Moss in the vernacular, helping out those bets and and I think you've probably heard me mention a few times. People who said Oh. We have race beds and I am and I. oftentimes suggest that they had the people in the Vermeille light to the raise beds because that really makes a huge difference what we don't really think about. Is that the plant roots need air. And that provides a lot of air I will underline that ten times. I've never the difference between last year and this year's. It's night and day. I can't wait to compare the the pictures I have to find last year, and we do have a call and I thought great rich. If I'm not mistaken. name first name in town. Please rich from stark's. Good, you. Good good. How are you? Sorry about that. That's all right. Yeah, we're we're doing. We're doing good. And now the the heat is coming, and the rain is coming, so it's GonNa. Be Hot and hot and wet, both so that should be grew good growing news for for all those. He'd lovers. GET A. Couple of questions about starting up, let us oh, yeah, Yep! We're having trouble starting less when it come up there so strong in fragile. can't keep them alive in the little to to dish. Dirt. Perfect soil. Joel mentioned Oh yeah yeah yeah. Yeah and What your ideas do you have to? Well a couple at this time of year it'd be better to go ahead and start them inside and set out. One two is choose your variety for for heat. You know your iceberg. Lettuce is sort of the what is that sort of? you know they call it. Yeah. Leaf Lettuce, basically as a colder colder season lettuce, so you're Romanian. Your iceberg are more of a summer and. If you can find it, was called Morgan. Something has something they simply call summer lettuce and I found that it that it grows very well in the in the heat of the summer. So that's what you want to look for is is a lettuce that specifically says you know good for the heat. And those types will be an iceberg or a head lettuce, which is a fantastic delicious lettuce It's nothing like the iceberg that you get in the grocery store. It's more like a a occur. You know a leaf that tries to wrap around ahead, but it's. It's Nice big leaves and they're really quite sweeten delicious. I I like that one a lot the Romaine also. Yeah and Eh Guay used to have it and didn't carry it this year, so just look for for a lettuce that is specifically for the summer, and if you can't find it I'm sure you'll find something that one of them. You know But if you couldn't you know you could always go to Johnny's or High Mowing has one they call. I think it's Nevada is the name of it which is supposed to be better for the heat That's a that's a nice That's nice lettuce. It's not quite ahead as more like a butter crunch, but it's it's a delicious lettuce, so the other option of course is to grow a mescaline mix. And grow at for were getting tired of the hot. You can get lettuce. You can get a lettuce mask on. You know a mix. That's just A. I agree with you sometime. Aruba! Yeah, that yeah I just figure two or three leaves a salad. Aruba's enough. My wife says no I shouldn't want any ruge, but you know you put a few mustard leaves in a in a few of those in the this it's gives it a nice flavor I. Think but. But I would try. It this time of year way to grow them. You know in a cup or you know a six pack or something like that. Just I don't know how many WanNa grow at a time. The The other option discourses is to plant them. Row Close. You know like half intra-party or quarter inch apart. And let them come up mass, and then just clip out the ones that you know in between, so you get a more like ahead. That's kind of wasteful. Wasteful but I I would go for the plant, a couple seeds in a cup indoors and and then set them out as soon as they start to set their second or third lease sent him outside so that you get him over that Hump. The other thing you try seven out of eight Germany, did yeah yeah? And then a the they get lucky right leg! That's right. Yeah and that's the heat. That's the variety is not well. acclimated to the heat, so you want the right kind of variety, the other thing you could try is to shade them you know is to. Block out the sun for a period of time and you can do that just with. A couple of steaks or a couple of boards you know so they. Do to under. Yeah, yeah Yeah, that's a good idea like that. That was one of my problems with my lettuce as I did it in my mud room, which actually gets full sun, and it got too hot in there, and so the lettuces were were were leading leg. Like Okay, these guys have all. Merged seven eight. Stick him outdoors in the sun just toasted him. Right, it's. It's pretty hot right now for sure. The Tony Get DICON radishes. To Re looked like the Green Park really likes driving. Might have planted them too close together. Nine per square mile anymore, GonNa put it in maybe four or five to a square. Yeah, they're. They're big plans. Now can I trim the very bottom leaves Yes for sure. Yeah, one thing yeah. Okay? Matter of fact. Things on one of them. Little. Wanted him kind of got him. There's the green blobs. Let it dry. Yeah, you're right. I almost shook off the planet pretty much that anything serious. No, no nothing serious for the most part with dicon radish. The main thing is the. There's a board that goes in just bores into the radish route, and the best thing for that is to us. you know a cloth over a a small low tunnel? So we never get, so you never gets there. Yeah, the other thing is. To spray them with a spray 'em on a regular basis. When you spray your your Broccoli's you know for the cabbage worm. Spray your radishes as well and that'll that'll keep them off to. Hitting else going on well good, we talked about cutler. Count three weeks ago. That go. Well You know when we all. When you all figure out more, you go to Youtube. Yeah, found somebody was taking toothpicks. Putting, you're right down next to the stem then. It can't wrap around yeah yeah. I haven't found a toothpick with a dead plant next to all the toothpicks. It's the same idea as the caller you know you put that. You can use a paper caller or a plastic collar. You know you put it on, and then it can't get to the root to wrap around it, but the toothpicks a clever idea like that and heard that. One. Leads good to know. That's a great idea like that rich. Thank, thank you so much. You're very welcome. I appreciate the call I'm going to send you a picture of my My show, Taki mushroom log soaking in my buck. Oh! Oh great great weight. Chidi keedy. KEEDY GARDEN DOT. HEAL DOT com. That's right. Yeah, okay. That's one yep. We'll get. Sometime. Great Rich. Ashamed Joel. bye-bye! WHO's up next gene. Hey. Gene I well good. Morrisville. Everything windy up here. We need rain. Yeah, yeah, I hear you. Well, we're supposed to get it this week. In in Buckets Get ready or I'M GONNA. Go Out in and. cut all my I have a bunch of sugar snap peas, and and they're like six seven almost eight feet tall. They're just monsters, so I've got to go and make sure I cut all the be peeved that off because. Otherwise, they'll. They'll get heavy in the in the rain and and pulled the vines down. So Mike. My question is about cucumbers. A share put up a trial. WHO Strang up the cucumbers and I wondered. How close together can I put sick? Can I put the cucumbers? And they'll the work good on a trawling sure in four foot trellis I use eight cucumbers. It's two per square foot. Or you know so. It's two two and two so each each foot of Trellis I. put to cucumbers so depending on how big along your Trellis is. You know it's just two per foot. Well what I did was I planning a mentor role and the. that I put. Some wire fencing. Sure Angle Yup so that the cucumbers couldn't you know? Climb up the fat climb up the fence yeah yeah. But, I planted cucumbers pretty pretty back and. I'm along really well, and and I just started training. Goal up your fan I'm wondering you know. IF I'm. Like you might, you might have about every six inches is basically what I'm. GonNa comes, down, to. So. Yeah about every six inches, so you get eight a in a forty eight inch or four foot trellis. Depending on Fertile your soil is. You can plant them a little thicker if you. If you think you can support them. You remember that you're that cucumbers, ninety percent or eighty five percent water. You're going to have to put extra water in there if you're growing to grow extra plants and. Water long? Day Okay great great sounds like you're just fine. How close did you plant them anyway, gene? I think they're probably four inches pyre. You might get away with that. You know and that's the hardest thing for any Gardner. To do is to actually cut out or prune. PLANT OR FRUIT A. Boy You? See him growing. You think Oh yeah. But you know there is a chance you. You might get a better crop if you if you send him back to every six inches or so, but lot of times when I buy my KIKA plants. There's two of them in the pot so I always just leave him there and I'll plant those two in one square foot so I still have to buy. They're coming out of one spot. That seems to work just fine, so I don't think they mind being close like that as long as if you're growing them on the ground, then you. You can't really spread them out at all, and they're not going. Get enough air and there'd be more likely to have the powder mildew and. Problems like that, so if you're going on about a Trellis, the probably be fine as long as they get enough and a little fertilizer. You'll be fine. Very, good so now you've got that that Trellis SORTA leaning, you're going to have to get down on your hands and knees. Casaus KOOKS GONNA hang down below. What? Fencing that guy! Got About inch squares, so yeah, you're right, yeah! Oh I. I'm thinking that you know. Possibly the cucumbers will stay on top. Do Yeah. Well I i. like those Velcro ties. If they go down through. Just time on, you know those Kartheiser work really where well? Okay well. Thanks for the call Jean. I appreciate it anything else going on or. Not. Today other than need rain. I think your your your wishes go to be. You'RE GONNA. Get your wish to this week. Hopefully yeah yeah. All right take care then. So you, have another call for us. Jim in Wakefield. How are you today? I'm like. Yes. Jim. How are you so I don't think I have any problems I have a general question I had a woodchuck problem, but I told my neighbour about it, and we can half ago, and he said No. We don't have one. You've got the woodchuck. So my question is, this is sort of a general question so. I you know maidens. Probably what is sixty? Fifty feet. Thirty thirty by sixty feet. And can I have a whole bunch of stuff in there all the usual stuff in my my. I use Ed Smith in the crackers victory. Garden is my as my certified books absolute at. You know different different. Vegetables. Have you know they'll say? Fertilize ten ten ten allies, five ten five? Yeah, and I'm thinking. How do you do you manage well, but also. In a such a small garden. I'll just sort of glomming. And it's funny that you bring that up. Because I was just mulling this over this morning in my own mind because I was reading about row crop rotation. and. You know they said well, you know this crop likes nitrogen. This one likes potassium and this one's likes the phosphorus, and so you know you're planter nitrogen, and then you plant your other ones in your plan. I thought you know what that's crazy. I mean every plant wants phosphorus. Every plant uses you know other things you know what you want is just good rich oil. You know feed that soil feed the soil with a you know with at fertilizers with compost you know, make sure area dated. Make sure that the plants the the the ground structure is You know is nice and fluffy, and and then from there you know the plants will take what they need. And if you have a good balance and that's probably the beauty of compost tends to have a good good variety of the different nutrition nutrients that the plants need so The for the most part. I just go with a standard You know standard one and then if you want to add something, take an. Earlier spray that. You know there's different foliage sprays that can kind of enhance the one thing or another, but then you find the best foliage sprays is either fish or seek help or the combination. And, The you know those are pretty just balanced. You know they're not really wildly high, one or the other. and. You know I think that's the most important thing is to have a healthy soil, and that's the way focus particularly in a small garden like we have and so I couldn't agree with your your musings more, you know. I I agree a hundred percent that what you really want is is just good healthy soil. So, what was your? You gave it you? What was your one third? One third compost and Peat Moss. Peat Moss. A great compost publisher. Goods Yeah. Yeah. That's great. Yeah, we're. We A in the compost at I've been meaning to try to get to compost in one of these but we've haven't quite got there yet, but. This right about now we're. We're chopping down our conference. It's growing up and it's blossomed and and so it gets so high these to be chopped down, and then another crop will come up, but that's a great addition to to your compost. Bin and there's a lot of folks that are great additions to the Compost Bin, but you WANNA. Make sure you get them before they set seeds all of them and And so, so that is really the solution is just have a good old. Rich soil, and then you can't go wrong. Okay well, thank you, thank. You Sir? I, I really enjoyed that because as I said it's not like I haven't Acre beach. Bingo the fertilizer. Stories. It's a funny notion, isn't it? Yeah it well. It's just like watering. They say oh well. Don't water here. Don't want her there don't water this time. I was like well. It rains. You know you you accept it. No matter what it's not like you say. Oh, wait a minute I can't water now. You know and the Sun comes out right after rain, certainly here in Vermont and my solution of course is that is to to water the soil, and not the plant, so if you're in the middle of the day, and you have the time and you WanNa water will water, but water the. Water the plants water the soil right well. Interestingly, I had Got a Basil and I have Basil and the my couple of Basil plans started getting these Brown spots on the leaves, and I looked it up on the Internet, and said that I forget what it call it, but it said don't water them from the top. Of the, but what's what, but then I which I started doing it and it seemed to solve the problem, but What's the difference between our water in the rain comes. Exactly. You know there's some mystical quality rainwater that doesn't affect it, but. It's you know it just needs? The plants like beans are really susceptible to molds. You know your Bush beans are really susceptible, so if you plan to close if you top water. If you get a rain, you know they're all those things can be problems, but if you're if you get a rain, and then you're watering, and even if you water in the evening may not dry out enough by the morning, and so you know if you water the soil, especially, things like being that are that are susceptible to to malls and stuff like that so. That would be. That would be my approach anyway. Okay, well, thank you. Very welcome. I guess we got Forbes Online. Forbes. I doing good good. One about? Freezing? And what else blanche to doesn't have to be planned. And Whatnot Pretty. Good alternative to savings thing yeah, you know for the most part almost everything that's green needs to be blanched, but I don't plan my spinach plant blanche the the rhubarb and there seems to be enough of a acidic. Nature to the to the rhubarb. It, the reason you're branching is to get rid of the bacteria. That's on, so you don't get freezer burn, doesn't you? Know turns out of to chew in the in the in the freezer. And that seems to be the main reason, so you don't have to really blanche anything, but some you'll have a better a better result you know when you thaw out debut, blanche certain things like green beans. What do you blanche? Well Like corn. Things like that so. Much acid and corn so that that's the reason. I use a really good to a little bit with. Everything not off to. Blanche water or The. Water! Yeah, yeah, that's an. Idea like maybe a capital or something like that. Solidifies things and also? Seems to keep. Pretty Firm. Says I think it work against. You know botulism or anything else that. If you're freezing stuff. You don't really need to worry about Oh botulism. Matter of fact I. I have those walking onions. The Egyptian ones you know and they're. They're full-size now, which means there about two feet tall, and they have a fairly small onion bulb and. They're really they're SORTA tough. You have to cook them. Except for the very very tops where they're. You know they're good enough for for Salads and stuff, but I I just finished Ryan about five trays of those and the reason I is I had really good luck with leaks drying them, and they're very useful I just a wonderful. Whether. It's a stir fry or a or soup or anything like that. The dried leaks are absolutely terrific i. like so since I had good luck with the leaks. That's why I'm on a try. These onions is the best way to you. You can't really storm because they're mostly just the tops with very little of the ball. but they're so prolific and you get scallions. We've had scallions since April. And they're growing up and you can pull an anytime and. They're they're very productive? They're almost almost a Weiner. What's up. How do you contain is? Jar. Jar. Just. Yeah Yeah, just dry mouth, so they're good drying crispy, and then and those Those onions are very strong. They're very strong onion flavor for for something. That's nothing more than just You know the Greens and a little bulb. I wanted to ask you ask me about the ASPARAGUS in the beginning of the year. I think. Wasn't you curious? How did you hear my comments about that? Here's idea, you mentioned several different varieties. A different, griping yeah. But. The other one I wondered if you heard that one was about the. Cutting leading the first. Your first batch grow. And not cutting them at all. And then cutting them again in a cutting them for the first time, all the tops down in July. Like right about now and cutting them all back, and they'll give you about two weeks for two or three weeks of of spears as they grow up again. Side I didn't know if you'd heard that or not, but no, not not that part. But the variety just wouldn't make sense with A. One I've tried to do is different depths. So that you know I had a higher to the surface or came I. Had to work harder to get. Yeah, good good. Yeah? Well I thought that I thought of you when I was reading that and I thought you do You might like to try that sometime on a little section somewhere. Let just let the first ones grow right up and then cut them all down. A twenty five year record and very production shoot. You we got great blueberries. What do you? What do you fertilizer with yours with you? Do you put up after the blossom set in other words one? The fruit starts. Then I fertilize. And shallow roots, and of course it happens pretty quick. Yeah, right, right mine are Smith. Set your probably two weeks ahead of mine, but. Ours is still green, but. The. Jersey type because I. My Optimum Day for Hail Is June twenty ninth. For for Hale Hale. And, so I really and the last frost, jerseys or a little later. And, so I miss that killer Ross. I had an early override. Lose along. Thanks. So you've gotta work with Mother Nature, to. Either work with or against one of the other. I can't even get through my role or something. I made that tra- tragic mistake when I planted him, originally took twenty five years ago. I I want to five between plan. On seven feet. And I one seven on the rose and I should have gone in the minimum. Eight. One footling they can't even get up through. Oh, I see! And it didn't allow the plant to grow in Crash into the next one, so I lost a Lotta that that gross fact by having to close. Isn't that funny? Oh It's unbelievable. Think that it would afoot one way or two foot, one way or the other would make a difference, but. I do a lot of pruning and I get to a yard where there's five apple trees within a forty four. What it is, is she by that little plant or that little tree? Nice little trees. Never, conceived factor is gonNA grow, and they plan them all in close now. They're all buffering blocking us. Each other yeah yeah. spacings pretty important. Yeah. Interesting. Well, thank you again, okay. Forbes, anytime more than glad to have you call in I? Appreciate it and good to hear you. And you're going to weather the storm here I got an inch half. Since early morning. Gorgeous. I do very Gatien, but I haven't even had to use it because. It's been timely. Last week was pretty dry for me. I had to go out and give everything a good watering so yeah. I've a gauge that goes in the ground. At the. Level is and blueberries require an inch of water a week. Her developing the blueberry. GotTa have it. Somehow we the you gotta put it in. A natural yeah. Cool? Okay all right. Forbes I talk to you. Okay, thank you for saying. Well. As usual. This is the fastest our garden mealy. Where we're done before, I even feel like we started so anyway. this is Just, a reminder that there are some words that you will want for the fall, canning and and This is a good time to plant some dill. Dill is a very fast growing It can be used in almost any stage. You can plant it. Close together and use it both in your salad, and then also in your pickles, and your other for other canning's and then now Salenko. Salon throws a great job to plant right about now. And then like rich is good time to plant the some more lettuce might goodness. You know my my lettuces. the the early ones of all bolted, and and they've come out to spend inches of all bolted. Hey, I learned something about the spinach. Is that? When it bolts up and it flowers. It's sets seeds in actually when they're still green. They're very delicious, and so you can cut those Chop Mountain. Put them in a stir fry, and you're gonNA. Be Eating little tiny spinach seeds sorta like you would little tiny beans or peas. And they're delicious and so. You know it's Make lemonade out of lemons you can. You can make a very delicious A meal out of bolted spinach, which which I always liked to you know, use every part of the. It's sort of like those radish You know little rat tail radishes. You know those radish pods. If you're radishes, Bolton go ahead, let them flour and create a little pots, and those are delicious too so I never had any trouble having way spinach bolt at. Like turn my back on. It. It's running away. It's not bolting. Well Anyway have a good week. Everyone and thanks for the call and thanks for listening and remember the our sponsors I appreciate it. Take care now and we'll see you in the garden. INCH BY INCH row by Rollo. GonNa make this garden. All it takes is a ring and the whole piece of fertile ground. Rule by. Someone bless the seeds. Someone more limb from the. To Lorraine In the garden today has been brought to you by minority. Family owned true values. Gore Brooklyn Street in Morrisville. These flowers and garden shop main street in Wakefield rotten big country hardware, your authorized cub cadet dealer in Bridgeport by Clawson's florist greenhouse, perennial farm locally grown just for you and money saving Monday coupons. CHECK THEM ON. 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Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

12:30 min | 7 months ago

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Thank someone of Fed in so I removed that that user class. Well I think that was. All part of the joke is to kind of make fun of those people that are paranoid people. Don't get you know when you first join us. Chasm doesn't work well on the Internet doesn't work well on the Internet if especially yeah if somebody joins the internet or the The discord server. And then they see you in there because you had been given this This particular user class and it makes your color of your name to some people that if we thought you were fed we'd leave you on the server which of its highpoint. I certainly wouldn't be in favor of that. Well I would not ban any feds from the server. Everyone is welcome on discord server People who act toxic get put in the toxic room. And I think that you should always presume that you're being infiltrated by federal agents. So you know labeling them I don't think should make people feel safe or not safe or whatever But you know if you're a brand new user and you join a server in somebody is in there who's labeled as verified fed that could either freak them out or it could you know Confuse them as to what this is all about. And it's not necessarily funny. It's not really a joke. Maybe you thought it was but It kind of it can vary miss communicative. It does not necessarily accurately communicate. What the original reasons were for that and as the administrator of the Server. I didn't even know because whoever made that user class didn't explain it where are you calling about anything important tonight? Oh Yeah I agree there but I do have news from what I've heard from sources that the state of Illinois is going to be on one hundred percent full lockdown starting Saturday at five. What is that GONNA made one? Is that right now? Ninety nine percent are you in Illinois right now and what is it now is going to change. I am so so right now we can do. It's it's quote unquote essential businesses which is full of it. Because it I mean. Menards is essential business. What's that Aznar Saturday? Menards A it's like a Midwest Hardware store okay. But as of from what I've heard from what people have said in very credible sources they said Saturday at five. The everything will be shut. Like you can't leave your house like nothing. You're lockdown leave already. Got The mayor of Chicago. Who saying you can't even leave for exercise. At this point you can go out and get some fresh air like maybe in your front yard. But that's about as far as they're going to let it go right side. We'll probably have record low murders in Chicago while this virus is actually saving lives in Chicago. I don't think people are gonNA go crazy inside in fact if it's not murders it'll be suicides. I've got stories tonight. About the suicide rate. Going up or at least calls to suicide. Hotlines are shooting through the roof and there are people who are killing themselves throwing themselves off buildings or killing themselves in other ways simply because they're alone they cannot interact with other people. And that is very inhumane. To cut people off as clergyman. Let me say if you're in that spot feel free to hit me up on facebook it up the Church of the invisible hand you know. I'll find somebody to talk to your. I'll talk to you anything else. You'd like to add Jones Inc. I say if they do that which is probably going to happen. It's from a credible source. I will be practicing civil disobedience and I will be Marching around with the trump flag just to make people mad sounds like a plan. Well thank you for the call. Their eight fifty five four fifty three or eight five five four five zero three seven three a false flag or you could join in on the On air call in lines on discord. So now here we go the the the the main about all of that was just an APERITIF. Here is the main course. Cnn answering six of most trusted name and fake news answering six key questions. About Congress's Corona Virus Response Package is published March. Twenty six today Congress's gearing up to vote on its largest emergency aid package in. Us history in order to respond to a corona virus outbreak in its economic fallout but the legislation has raised plenty of questions as lawmakers race to nail down. Specific language. Here are at least few answers based on. Cnn's reporting how do I get my check? President Donald Trump and treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin have targeted April six tax expert money and lawmakers working on. This are very skeptical of Adam. Also skeptical of that day. I mean this is the government. We're talking about here. They don't move fast on anything EXCEPT KILLING PEOPLE. Really good at that. People are people are demanding ever since but they even floated the idea right even the people who absolutely despise trump and don't trust them like CNN product whereas our checks checks whenever it comes down to money. They love government. There's no question they I don't file taxes ain't GonNa Happen For me yeah. I'm not expecting to receive one and I don't think I would do anything with it if I did. Oh I would. I'd give it to Roach and tell them to buy some ammunition and put it away. I don't think you can sign over checks. In most cases to most most banks won't take won't allow you. Yeah I'd have to deposit it Coppola Neo. There's no question they want and need to turn us around a real real mature reporting Asep Ver- also different ways. It could be done through direct deposit which will be quickest delivery mechanism. Fru Mailing a paper check or even according to some people involved in discussions FRU mailing preloaded debit cards. But for reality is there isn't a firm answer yet in other words. Treasury has a lot of work ahead of it if it help for small businesses and is very. Haven't even haven't finished the deal yet right like it's on the table. I think the Senate voted for it. Ninety six zero or something like that. But it's supposed to be on trump's desk tomorrow. I believe it has to go back. I believe in might be going back to the house. Now really That's not done this week. Then survey asking for help for Small Businesses Senate stimulus package. There's a lot of focus on individual checks. Yeah here's how you help small businesses. Let him go back to work. That's how you help small businesses. Oh Yeah Rod just just GonNa do if they get a check and they can't go and serve their customers. Wow whoopee you can pay rent for another month and yet instill fire all your employees. Yeah Yeah not getting any income. Either I mean this is just to get in. My view of it is just to get people used to getting handouts and being on the job. One point in time in this country peop- some people were to. I guess they call it too proud. I call it having self respect in order to accept a handout right. Because you know there's ever used to be a good you know ethic of work and such qualify for food stamps. I don't take them and I remember. During the Obama era there was some one of his One of his acolytes was bragging about breaking the back of mountain pride because in mountain areas where I call my like West Virginia Appalachian areas. They finally got the citizens there to accept government assistance and I mean they literally describe at breaking the back of Mountain Pride. So I mean it's great to have you know of of of having trump boxer or Yang box universal basic income. It's all funny at all. I mean who doesn't like getting literally free money I liked the UB I if it was implemented as for example the cryptocurrency. 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Twelve

The Empty Bowl

36:14 min | 1 year ago

Twelve

"Uh. After all these years, we're still just Dan and Justin. Two cats, the are wild about cereal and you I presume after this absence. Are still you a appreciator cereal and someone who needs just a minute to just relax. And think about serial this is the empty bowl. My name is Justin MAC, ROY. I'm a serial enthusiast on my name is Dan bear. And I'm a serial chronicler. I don't think that's the real word that feels about right. Feels like you have a squirrel on your back much of cinnamon sugar all over it. And they're all laminated to protect from milk obvious. Of course. Obviously, this is a show that if you have not listened to this is show designed to give you a little room to breathe in a hectic world. If you need that mind space, we're here for you. What we can promise, is that we're going to talk to you about serial, and that's about it. This on this one. This one's pretty limited in scope. That's calming noises and I personally want to seriously in fight you lean back. Relax close your eyes that your thing and just unwind. While you think about Syria. We have so much good stuff lineup of a kidding. When believe it if the start of the year was serving new serial madness in a sense, we got a bit of a dry spell after that out. But now the industry is back and sort of full force, and they're cranking out on the daily. So in the past month, a lot of stuff, it's been announced at a lot of things enter my pantry and mouth as well. But I think right now in sort of cereal climate. There's two dominating headlines, and they're both from general mills to the first that was just announced launched this past week is a new Philo 's cereal in two different flavors. These are Hershey's cookies and cream and Pillsbury. Cinnamon roll Phyllis, so our and existing brand or a new brand. So it's funny. It's, it's a new brand, but last year there were three bagged cereals that only hit certain areas, and they were the cinnamon toast crunch Chiro, which, as we all know came out there is extra large rhesus puffs, which I haven't heard anything about sense, and there was cookies and cream Philo 's which is super exciting at the time. I know a couple people managed to land them down and review them, but I never thought anywhere, and I thought they were extinct for good because that was like a year ago. But now not only is that serial real, and with a Hershey's branding, but it's joined by Hillary cinnamon roll as well. Excellent. Wow. That sounds like it could be really good if they get the cream, right? That's going to be the question. Right. So that's the funny part also is that when I was reading all these sort of BuzzFeed listing articles about it like you will not believe how this is going to change. Breakfast. They were talking about how they're filled with quote icing where the boxes they're full of cream. So I'm kind of wondering where mine is. Yeah. It's, it's very strange. They look appealing. I will say this. They look appealing the definitely took the crave model and just amped up. Yeah. I know that crave has a lot of haters out there. But I think this one does deserve our full attention going forward. I like it. I think I like it right personally. That's just my thing. But I can't simple. Yeah. Much. What's our other big general, mills story Sep said, so this one came as a total surprise. It's too new drumstick cereals, officially branded the ice cream drumstick the waffle cone, and the sort of dips top, but it is coming in to new flavors as well. You have classic vanilla and mint chocolate. And when you look at both these cereals, I'm a bit more hesitant about them because if you ever had did you ever have ice cream cone cereal? I'm familiar with it. I don't know if I ever had it myself. So that was a general mills cereal as well. That actually use these conical pieces to really get that sense of often and really just pure Hugh in the roof of the mouth of flavor. Whereas these two new drumstick cereals are mishmash of existing pieces, so you have these golden gram type pieces acting as a cone you have, what looks at essentially like cocoa puffs being the the chocolate. And then in each one there. A disc as well that you will probably recognize that shape from thin mint cereal. The general mills also did. But one of them is meant an assuming the other one is. I couldn't tell you to this more cone. I, I think is an interesting Nestle and general mills teaming up to two partnership. That's great to see that kind of collaboration offer a good trend right now, because you had the sour patch kids, the host of cereals, Charlie different cookies that is doing to. And this would feel sort of like a direct look at the, the multiple cold stone creamery flavors. I can express a frustration with all these I, especially with the drumstick I feel like a lot of these cereals would be improved by, I don't know what you'd call it the cereal business, but, like less generic tooling on these pieces you mentioned in the article, and it's hard to tell exactly from the picture, what we're dealing with here, but the ice cream like the there's in here that looks like an ice cream cone, nothing in here. Looks like drumstick, particularly, and I think that's kind of a shame. And they really, they really tease you to with the sort of chocolate dipped waffle cone bowl on the box cow, which I have to see him not included inside and it forces you to know go steal your own from local ice cream. Shop was to me that is. Folks, that's a legal. We have expressed it to you many times, you can't just steal at crafting. Actually, in the code of conduct on my site. Is that we were strictly anti-welfare boom, waffle bowl swiping? One more one more big story before we get onto the to the others. Yeah. This is sort of. Two different products in three colors that is it's too. Patriotic releases one is Kevin crunches, red, white and blue crunch. Now, if you are a serial news follower, you immediately, probably made the connection to this and cabin crunches, freedom crunch. Was a whole snafu last year in that I found this information, and I found official product for photos of freedom crunch cereal, which really seemed so ridiculous to be true because it's got Kevin crunch saluting with an eagle a bald eagle on his arm. And the whole back is just plastered with. You know, all kinds of star spangled regard, and it later turned out that, that wasn't a real serious because I tweeted a cabin crunch, and he was still sort of on social media hiatus, but it was important enough deal that he has his presence. That is indeed. Not real despite the fact that some weeks later, some dude, in Minnesota, told me he founded on the shelves, and he had real pictures of it and further evidence is that there's an officially licensed shirt for freedom crunch. Still out there available for purchase. Well, you tell me then captain, I've seems like maybe you're, you're kind of been a little bit of friend. We look at the new box and a lot of the art is almost exactly the same. I think the, the hand holding the spoon is the same the cabins weird like stink. I look you just sort of he smelled a rough one is still in place, the uncanny, but they got rid of the eagle I guess too. I don't know. Maybe there's a problem with conservation of all the goes that they represent that imply that you're eating it. Got to be something. But, you know, sort of also on the American flag trend pop tarts, has also debuted a red white and blueberry flavor of pastry. No, we don't talk about pop tarts to obstinate about this damage to my I understand. I just like it's a perversion of everything we stand for. It's very important to you. Thank you for indulging me. But if you look at the history, even of red white and blue pop tarts, there's two that came before, there was a Redway and berry as well as red white and cherry, the second of which making absolutely no. White and red flag, perhaps it was a Swiss contractor, general mills or Quaker who thought of that one Canadian treat. But so these are already hitting some shelves. I was actually able to buy a box online at of all places Menards. Non Midwesterners is a, a very big sort of hardware store around here, and they're well known sort of mid west children for their slogan, save big money at Menards, which around the school yard, would always be sort of recounted, as save big money at my narves. Okay. Sounds like sounds like what Kevin crunch was probably saying when he made that face that I put that together when I was looking at today? But if you wanna box, red white, and blueberry, pop tarts, you can get them for, like, two bucks off, Menards dot com and they'll ship them to you have seen those yet. I have not yet it wasn't alien rebate on that, where I can get seventeen cents backs on, really looking forward to that opportunity. The price of this. I'm sorry. I just going to say I'm ready to blast into these hot hot takes if you will. Yes to catch up on through our backlog, and learn to lightning round. So I'm gonna describe the rest of these in one sentence, and you try your best to respond and just one sentence. So I we have general mills, I guess you're going to send for this one practice because, hey. Hey. General mills, releasing a new peanut butter checks, which is basically just like every other checks variety but flavored like peanut butter. I think that will be good. I think checks is a great serious structure. Okay. Perfect journals is also dropping a mermaid cereal, which is basically the color of mardi gras and it only has a fruity flavor which I kind of imply will likely be like the fruity lucky charms, or perhaps the Super Mario cereal from Kellogg's. My kids are going to love it. Next. We have Kellogg's releasing a new vanilla almond raisin bran crunch. So they got little almond slivers continuing the legacy of EPA, strawberries, and Brin crunch as well as raising brain with bananas, found solicitous, don't think I'll buy not fun enough. Well, if you want fund the last one on the list is f why released garbage pail kids cereal, with Barth bite marshmallows? So it's a sort of fruity Rice, Krispies mixed with these little little bits, that are mental like bar, but they're really just pill shaped, marshmallows really mandating go with an oatmeal here, but and reaction Myer action is this. I can't believe I keep getting excited for these licensed aerials e stands for full you every time, it's just an easy ten dollars. They get on. Deserve it. We have also missed out on a lot of reviews while we've been absent, one of we, we got piling up in our to review decorative been. Well, not this one out quick, because I know you're probably not here for it. It is chocolate, cupcake pop tarts. You had a problem fine. Have to talk about darts a legally mandated. It's in our extensive multi Bauge contract. Gets talk about tarts you get more of the inheritance, though. So at all. Okay. So these chocolate cupcake copters are a new flavor that are hitting shelves alongside returning hesitate to say favorite because I know no one really liked it. Confetti cupcake pop tarts, which really taste like fun Venny, or perhaps a grocery store bakery, cupcake. But to go back to the more interesting, one of the two, I got to try to a cupcake pop tarts, and I think really great because if it like the old saying goes, if it looks like a hostess cupcake and it microwaves like a hostess cupcake and it spills crumbs all over my coffee table, a hostess cupcake. It's probably the same concept because he's clearly knocked off in the sense that they have that exact same white swirl as a hostess cupcake, as well as the flavor pretty much taken down to a t it's very fudgy. It's very great. If you look. And sort of the pop tarts, pantheon. There are a lot of flavors that take this approach of chocolate and something white flavored. That's nila or sugar. But so I thought this would be similar to the hot fudge sundae or the chocolate vanilla cream. But in reality, these are more like, chuckle mellow, pop tarts, which came out around Christmas time while back target exclusive and are sorely missed and sorely underrated sunglass represented here. Again. Excellent. I'm glad that you had some good pop tarts. Can we talk about serial? Well, one more stage let's sort of an more back. Okay. Is pop tart, like, but actually cereal flavor, and that is new lucky. Charms marshmallow blonde vs now these only available in packages of forty so. I can build a house of cards with the rest of them that I find these extremely delicious. They are pretty good. They're really good to set on your coffee table. Again, and pluck one whenever you get some bad news and just in mmediately need to swallow it down. I guess, I because these are little, unless this is Joe dressing room. I don't think you can have a giant bowl of after blonde. These avail, what arms reach. It really entertains dinner parties. I'll say that's why we're talking about their flavor. These things are shaped a lot like those fiber, one brownies, but they taste a heck of a lot better. They've got the same moist. Only slightly gritty texture with a bunch of marshmallows, and bedded in it. It's kind of strange balance of bland, and sweet with the dove versus the marshmallow, but I think the icing on it really brings together. And if they ever come out with these in a size that is not, I guess, for like a kindergarten classroom and I'd recommend most people pick them up for him. Yeah, it is just a ludicrous ludicrous about of. Ludicrous about a blonde. I mean, even that's enough blonde dese where you could get to a point where you're like I've gotta tournament life around, but I'm holding off until I finish this huge box of blonde that I bought because there's just so many of them. Plant, you know, sort of measure time in increments of one, crate of marshmallow blonde easier -ticipant that'll be about three months. So Christmas, just to crates. What's her next to cereal here? Okay. So if we got a real serial here, I don't know if you've got a chance to try them yet, but they're blueberry Cheerios. You know, I haven't honestly the the. I like Cheerios overall, but the I don't I just don't find exciting enough. It kinda goes back to that. I know lack of like, no new tooling. You know that's really get as excited about new flavors idea about, you know, new textures guess. Well, then, again, you take a, a deviation there and say, what, what makes you excited about new checks flavors Cheerios, has okay? That's absolutely fair. I would say that new checks flavors are often. Accompanied by new textures. I would say, like like I would point to like, you know, your Graham checks, for example, your even the Honey nut checks had like some sugar tartar is that acceptable is right. So unappealing, but that, that sort of idea, the one exception was the what's the curious actually did one on cereal time it was like a. Sort of like crunch around crun-. Yeah. There it goes, I might actually looks pretty good, pretty solid. I didn't joy that one. But I also enjoyed blueberry Cheerios, because I have been very sad ever since. Lou berry toast crunch left shelves, which is really the second time after it inherited the tiny toast legacy, which was tragically short lived. But blueberry Cheerios, it's the closest thing you can get two blueberry, toast crunch being back on shelves. It's got less of that, pillowy powdered coating, but kind of a better base in my opinion, because the cheerio basis is really hardy and can be platforms off, really. Well, so if if if strawberry Cheerios comeback the summer, I recommend pairing the two because it will still be better than berry. Berry Cheerios that that's the so there's the blueberry, the same sort of sickly sweet pseudo. Woo that we come. To start from like Lou, berry, Muffin tops, and the like it's sort of a hybrid of that falseness and the really genuineness because I feel like with genuine blueberry flavor. It doesn't always come across very strongly. So appreciate the nod to artificial. They can really give it the pop of new exposure innocence. Now, I think are less areo here is fascinating. It is, is sort of a, I Facebook served up to me. So that's how I mean face with Scott. My number pretty bad. It's called magic spoon. And I always want to be careful about, you know, overselling the health benefits of any sort of individual serial, no matter what it is folks. I will always submit that cereal is not a health food. It really folks does not matter. There's, there's very little even you're like most hardcore grape nuts are like not an everyday. Probably, but magic spoon is advertised out, just hey, how they advertise advertises high protein twelve grams of protein, every bowl low carb three net carves per bowl. Sweet and delicious tastes. Like you remember only betters. This is basically trying to be a serial you can feel good about. We've got four flavors here, cinnamon frosted fruity, and cocoa. What did you think Dan of after all that, that lengthy preamble? What did you think imagine? So first of all, I think it's interesting that not available stores, by the way, not, not a in-store thing is magic spoon dot com. Gotta go to these. So I thought it was interesting that you mentioned the ads because I am one hundred percent sure that they are tracking everyone who's ever visited my site, specifically in serving them these there if you've ever read anything done, you've probably seen them as. Because they've got these great packaging really a big fan of the colors, and it will stray Sion's, but I think if we were trying to rank them from Lisa two favorite. It would be fruity than original than chocolate, and cinnamon. What's your sort of break time before? Variety is painful the foothills Zo bad. I mean it is not just our. Artificial, but okay. So like artificial sugars which this is a, a lot artifices sugar. Sweetener. They're using, they're, you know, they're everyone's got an opinion on, on the different sweeteners. But with the cocoa and the cinnamon, I feel a little bit of if not bitterness than sort of something some other nature Spicer, the slight bitterness cut good like undercut, the fakeness of the sugar, the fridge is like, leaving into it, and it's just like it feels very like if feels like they're trying to cover up an antibiotic. It's, it's like cotton candy made of medicine. Yes. That's yeah. Absolutely. So I think overall, my impression is that these a lot like protein bars power bars jer. So you can get that sort of way undertones, but it's sort of weird Lena style GIC for me, because I read about this in my blog that back in college as eat a lot of power bars not for any legitimate reason. But just as quick to eat while I was playing super smash brothers for several hours in the basement of the Commons. But so, yeah, it really takes me back to those more wistful days. And it really does taste like I remember. But not maybe in the sense that they intended. Right. Yeah. That's that's. It's okay, my opinion. I had all these Haley's as we covered. I think that like the trouble. I'm having is this, if you are going to make it encaged adults in your wife. I think that you should just go ahead and eat some cereal would be what I would say, right? I mean, just go ahead and eat some cereal and that, you know, if you're gonna make eat this every day, I still don't think you'll be grateful. I guess still think it doesn't it doesn't taste. Good enough that you're like, well, never need cereal again. And I had the strangest thing while I was eating this never. I mean like I don't leave cereal uneaten. It simply does not happen. I go to the bottom of the bowl every time I'm a bottom of the bowl. Boy with these I got like halfway through a couple balls. These and realize like I'm tired of doing this. Like I don't wanna be eating this anymore. Personally. They really made eating cereal feel like going to the gym. Yes. Yes. I'm sure there's a market out there for people on like Kato died. If that's your. I don't know how you got here listening to us. The, the only one that I think really enjoyed was the cinnamon because they put like a nice gingerbread known in there that I appreciate it. Yeah. Though, they're kind of expensive to the and the chew the chew is off the two feels a little bit. I would say, did you feel like gritty a little bit of, like grit to it. And that could have been the, the fake sugar, you know, not a bad subsitute if, if you are someone who's like fully committed to living the, the, the low carb lifestyle. You know, maybe it's not a bad thing around the house for any incapable indulgence, but I just overall I feel like if you're not sure religiously committed to that. It's probably not worth. Agreed. Agreed. So far last segment. Dan, you have some boxes, some classic so classic serial boxes. Yeah, this is really fun one. So my friend, and sort of constant reference, here on the show gave sake of cereal time some years back. He had his giant cereal box collection. If you don't know the most impressive that I've ever seen. And at one point, he just randomly offered to mail me, some doubles that he has. And I was surprised with how many actually sent me it was probably like over fifty. And I always wanted to do something about them for my blog, and I did post about them once, but I really wanted to take it to the next level, and describe some of these boxes that I think are really cool, and we'll upload some scans on our Twitter, so you can check those out as soon as you're done listening to this, and really experienced the full visceral connection. But yeah, I have three here today, and let me go through them, real quick, and sort of reverse chronological order on the first one, we have here is fairly recent from twenty thirteen. It is cinnamon pop cereal from Kellogg's. What's interesting about this one is that in Canada where this box is from pops. The brand is much different. We're here in the states. We have these sort of these limp, popcorn kernels in Canada, their actual, crunchies, fears, and well, I can't say one is objectively better than other. I think this is a really nice flavoring of it. But the real thing that's intriguing about this box. It's the back of it. It has a comic on it that if feels really wholesome that it takes turn. It's got two mascots got a corn pop and a cinnamon stick. And I thought it was going to be like, apple jacks. But in reality, these two are looking at the clouds on the ground and the cinema six says 'cause look like many things and the corn pop who I would say looks a lot like pacman wearing gym shorts says looks at a fish and the cloud is a fish. I wish when cinnamon says that's dog pushing a kid on a swing. The cloud indeed does look like that. But at this point pop man is like they looks like a foot any very happy. And then. Cinnamon lying right next to him, just gets absolutely stomped on by giant hairy foot with the effective swam. And the look on this corn pops face is absolutely mortifying is just a withered of corn pop. And you can literally see bits of his friend crumbs around him on top of him. And I just can't believe that this is like this is like peak twenty nine hundred Twitter humor on a kid cereal box five years, six years ago. So impressed by that one. What else we got? So the next one is from nineteen ninety eight and this is a box of general mills. Major league grand slams a baseball. Flavored cereal, which I believe should be a role model for a lot of license cereals going forward because it doesn't vary. So thing to make it more interesting than the bland a puffs and marshmallows, or, and marshmallows that we see for most licensed cereals. But from the star, this is the exact same formula. I just described, but the corn pups. Somewhere between a puff and a pop is what I said. The corn pops. Fears have these red lines on them to make them look. Exactly like baseball's. And I just want all today's marketers to know that all you need to do to really appeal to people is draw some lines on things making more interesting and make the box holographic, and you'll have a Sierra, let's far more memorable than the sort of Super, Mario cereals, and the, the Moana cereals of the world. Okay. I did save the best for last as well. This is a box of Honey. Nut Cheerios from inspect the label real quick nineteen ninety five so it's got a very old styling of buzz, the be on very cool. But what's interesting is that in very topical in today's cinematic environment, we have sonic, the hedgehog promoting a free segue game tips on the back and an instant win sweepstakes. So this pretty much puts both the canonical in the sonic, the hedgehog cinematic universe law law, folks. Yeah. And on the back is a totally nineties design offering this sweepstakes, or you can win a second. Genesis copies of Genesis games as well as some senators and below that they have some tip cards that you can clip out and use to help you out with your favorite games, which in this case would be doctor about next mean bean machine. Sonics pinball. And of course, the treasured classic toe jam Earl panic on phone. cO tron. Yeah. So this is, again, I think valid lesson for cereal box producers today to stop putting I dunno these, these games of memory on the bag. I see all of them doing that. Now, it's kind of lazy because you have to cut something out. It's not really useful versus cutting these out and you can have that with you, you can put it in your wallet next to your license. And if you are ever confused playing Jim and Earl you can consult your piece of cardboard and learn funk moves and funk scan both use funk points. So watch these closely 'perfect truly advice to anyone in any walk of life. Yeah. The box that sticks with me is morning. Funnies. Was that the one that wasn't the one that was shipped like smiles? Now, they wish the cereal pieces, worship, like smiles, really robust fruit colors. I really nice grape in lime and orange, but the big appeal was that you could ope the back of the box would actually open to reveal comics the could read um. So like to mention -ality. Yeah. Have a back flap. The you could open the head like beetle Bailey and hug a horrible. Hi, and Lois family circus, like no, good car care, comics. But they did have money in that budget. Yeah. It it was big pieces to which, which I, which I can get into from just like dry snack and ran for couple years in the late eighties. But I that is when I think of fun cereal boxes. That is the one that always springs to mind. Nice nice. So, yeah. That's all the throw boxes. That I have for you today if anyone here, listening one, one of those thousand Sega Genesis Genesis Kim's, a show, and it will be forever immortalized than cereal history. I want to thank you also much for listening to our podcast. We, we really enjoy making it and, and we're sorry we've been absent. I'm set of wild few weeks. We've both been just anxious to get back anxious to be here with you. If you go to Boll dot rest, you can find so much more about this show. Find links to subscribe in your favorite application, you can finally to support the podcast. We sure appreciate that half of that money that you tip us there with, that is going to go to seriously, their lights on half goes to food shelter here in Heinz wants for janea so. If you could support the show that means a lot, I've just noticed at bolt rest. Here's a but this has sinned voice message, which is hugely exciting. And I don't I don't eat folks, I don't even know how those get to us. I have no idea of, how that would about to get so many the, let's think prompt. Dan? What what's a prompt that you would like that? You that, that you would like people if they want to send a voice voice message, not to put you on the spot. Perfect one in mind, help me. Yeah. So I was gonna actually mentioned this also, if you wanna Email us hit us up at mail at bowl dot rest. Yeah, I got a message from a fellow named George. I went a little bit of a rough patch lately. And I wanna give me shout out, doing great and have a great tomorrow. But he also asked, what would we say is the best celebration cereal to eat after you won something or you had a bad day? And you really just want to get back to those bright, days and have something that really empowers, you and makes you feel awesome. So what would be your best celebration cereal? Justin mine will be gotta go at the Pab free pebbles pure pure put it right near veins. I think mine would personally at this stage in my life be powdered doughnuts for obvious reasons. But yeah, if you can figure out how to make that voice message function work, just bellow, your favorite celebration cereal to us folks, that's to do for us. Thank you so much for sending. We, we appreciate you. And as always for dangle bear, I'm just not right. And don't forget to drink drink. The. Got it got that K together for sure.

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Graduating Into a Pandemic and Economic Downturn

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Graduating Into a Pandemic and Economic Downturn

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Wherever you get your podcasts millennials survive one recession only to land another the facts that the last recession plus stagnating wages plus raising housing costs plus student loan payments had set them back when compared to previous generations short and long term impact of graduating into a downturn and a strong bond market means investors big and small and the Fed are all lining up to Lynn corporations money in the pandemic we will explain why plus pro baseball is back on TV but it is South Korean baseball not MLB so help you figure out which teams root for. It's Monday may eleventh. I'm Mark Garrison with the Wall Street Journal and this is what's news. The trump administration plans to put out an alert that hackers tied to China's government are working to steal information from American Corona virus vaccine researchers. That's according to a person familiar with the matter. It's unclear what evidence if any alert would contain. China has historically denied accusations like this. It's foreign ministry said. Beijing opposes all forms of cyber attack and cracks down on them. We are reporting that federal health regulators are working on new guidelines for reopening nursing homes that include steps that would allow visitors to return when some of the industry read a draft of the guidelines. Circulated they were. They were too vague and might go too far. A Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services spokesman said the agency does not comment on leaks documents. Some key trump administration officials are self isolating including Dr Anthony. Fauci in the leaders of the FDA IN CD. See the vice. President's spokesman says Mike Pence will be working at the White House. Today there were reports. He was self isolating after his press. Secretary tested positive for in nineteen the UK is taking small steps to lift some restrictions in the country with the highest numbers of covert nineteen deaths in Europe. Construction and manufacturing workers will be encouraged to get back on the job for example in a televised speech to the nation last night British Prime Minister Boris Johnson warned restrictions could come back if the situation worsens we will be driven not by mere hope economic necessity. We're going to be driven by the science data and public health and I must stress again. The all of this is conditional it all depends on series of big IFS. Some lockdown restrictions in France lift today in South Korea bars and clubs have been ordered closed after dozens of new cases emerged linked to one infected. Man's weekend bar hopping. We had also reported a handful of new cases a residential compound after a stretch without reports of new local cases. Iran says several of its sailors are dead after one of its own. Missiles accidentally struck a support ship was part of a training exercise in the Gulf of Oman. Sunday coming up. Investors are lending tens of billions of dollars to companies every week and the. Fed is about to join them. We will explain what's going on new corporate bond market can be a complicated thing but the basic idea is pretty simple. It's where companies go to borrow. Money in a lot of corporation need money in the pandemic and investors including the Federal Reserve are more than happy to lend markets columnist. Bird explains a low of big companies especially in the US go direct pizza financial markets to asset managers to individual investors instead of Banks for large portion that finance investors by that bones from them. It's how they borrow a lot of money. You might think that it's been more difficult for big corporations to do that recently. That hasn't strictly speaking been true. Corporations borrowed a huge amounts of money recently through the bomb markets enlarge our fear that they might be locked out when financial markets became very volatile jewelry in February and March. What's now happening to the Federal Reserve? The US Central Bank is coming in to the market to buy corporate bonds. That's a huge deal. Because effectively offers a backstop to very lodge borrowers these large companies and it means to ordinary investors to asset managers that they can rely on the fact that the Fed will backstop fem to some extent that there will be other major buyer's interested in buying these bonds full that reason the price of US corporate bonds has gone up on. Mosk is suing California county to reopen the Tesla factory there in legal documents and a string of strongly worded tweets. He said regulators are stepping their authority. And then he would move the car makers headquarters and future programs to Texas or Nevada Alameda. County did not discuss lawsuits specifics. But said it is working with Tesla's local team on a plan to reopen in a way that keeps workers safe under armor and Marietta among companies reporting earnings. Today after a very quick break. 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Whalen what are the long term effects of graduating into an economic climate? Like we have now so we definitely already know from previous recessions and research. John Examining those that graduating into a recession has really long lasting effects for graduates. So when you enter the labor market at a time like this you will be suffering a fax for years to come both in your earnings and also in your ability to find a job in your field now. The Federal Reserve did a study about millennials. That came to the last recession. What about study tell us? What's really upsetting for millennials? Is that? They were still reeling from the last recession. The facts that the last recession plus stagnating wages plus raising housing costs plus student loan payments had set them back when compared to previous generations at the same ages and the millennial homeownership rate is still low. So for millennials. 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Episode 68: Getting to the point with Askholes

The Canine Paradigm

1:01:21 hr | 1 year ago

Episode 68: Getting to the point with Askholes

"Wants happening in the canine industry for all the latest news views and expert opinions stay right here for the canine paradigm. You'll hear from industry leaders experts doyennes of the industry learned colleagues movers and shakers and the odd. Randy guest. Get the latest insights and expert advice from both here and abroad from the people in the know now here your hosts Glenn cook and Pat steward, and I'm lofty Fulton, and I'm outta here. Hi, Pat, has her all my Jason. I hear he's doing fantastic. In fact, he just keeps selling so much gay to L loyal listeners at such remarkable process. What's he got? He's got. Good question. Always got everything bowls togs laces. I think bowls and tug should be said in the same sentence. Well, we just did meals. That's what Jason's pumping out like, hopefully, it'll all mills height shift night nightshift mills. Yep. He's got them. All. Episode. Yeah. On patriot. So a lot of people are learning about how to use the mill yet and getting them from Jason leads now, sleds and parachute. So I said are you tasted with ram shoot? Yeah. I can confirm it in flight. I know he still doesn't have a website. So if you'd like to buy something from Jason could be a home spring autumn, you could get that from Jason, but you have to do it through Facebook. And in order to do that you have to head to on zwicky to- quick, which is heavy spill that A N Z W A say kite on Zwick on Zwick dough quip. Hi, folks. If you're going to be a New South Wales between the third and fifth of my we have the amazing mock subtle coming out to a grip development and sent detection seminar for those of you who are done the end ATF elective, and you looking to be guy more doing knows works will pot of an agency where scent detection is a huge pot of what your program offers. This is seminar, you don't wanna miss even if you're on the American circuit he want to catch up with Mark subtle from Logan house kennels at some stage. He's one of the greats in this industry. Particularly in these field. You wouldn't wanna miss it? So hope to see you then looking forward to it. Welcome back to the Kennan paradigm. I'm your host pets Jewett. I'm joined in-studio, my co host Kalin cook. And it's just us today. It is it's just line after so much time. Like, we have been interviewing some Stella guests, yell of light. We really had some quality lineup PayPal, which has been absolutely fantastic. But it also means that you, and I don't get to this borough out. Do you say before we're going to riff through a session? Just riff it. We're going to be what are we going to do? I don't know just riff it. So before we do lead into the topic that we're going to talk about today. You just did a successful seminar up in. Yep. Let's talk about that quickly because more wind up this year. And so yet Tammy pages from precise. Canine asked me to come up Tammy's, actually, the first person is dry heat me up to big public seminar, which I really appreciate and you were really blown away with hospitals. Organized and structured in amazing job hosting shoot a fantastic job soda out at fifty people. So that was pretty cool. And yeah, went really well. I was really happy. I think all material sort of got at really good positive feedback. A lot of people thought that they what I said and look been outspoken about this many times in the pastas can't stand when people go to seminars and just sort of take it is on the way most training seminars. I- infotainment lock. It's a show that you go to put on and you go to be, you know, presenter and charismatic and all that sort of stuff. And you hope that information gets across which is good because it's gonna late into L topic today that we're going to show allay. But yeah, but so what I said to everybody at the start was pleased trying for a piece from the that you'll implement like just one pace no matter, even if it's just you choose to now use a clicker instead of Marco, whatever it is. Because I just say a lot of the times author Stanley find it really frustrating because I've learned so much from going to vary seminars. Being able to to put into place and sometimes see things, and I think that's interesting, but I'm not going to do that. But then you get a patient you. Okay. That's in my tool box, and I'm regularly frustrated when I know someone learn something at the same time as I did. And they asked me like, hey, what would you do this? And I'm like, well you there anyway. So that was quite well received and people sort of said, yeah, I have a plan now like they're not suddenly Nipah experts, and then not suddenly going to just recharge the whole system, but they know okay? This is how I'm gonna start layering in some of the things that I've learned he and he's he's how I'm gonna use a pace of what you said or whatever, you know, what I mean everybody came up like I asked for feedback at the end. What are you gonna change and everybody had something pretty interesting to say, which to call yourself, a NATO expert after one weekend is a very, yeah. That's right. That's a big osc of anyone. I mean, it's a it's a very it's not a complicated system per se. But it is a system. It's a very I guess the best word to describe it. It's a very cerebral system. Yeah. Like, it's something that you've really got to think about and you were describing it well before it's like a mathematics equation. Yeah. It's like putting math into it. And making sure that what you coming at with is a winning formula for the dog. I like that explanation. I actually think that that sounds really good. Yeah. Well, that's how I'm sort of teaching it. And I think if you coming from a purely positive background or even sort of Popo ni- background some of the things that we say, and they Popo can be countered Judy. Sometimes some of the things that you say this will cause something to happen is if you have in the past been doing that same thing to make something stalled or what seems like the same thing to make something store can be very hot to rep you hit around like how my gonna use these tool or these application of these tool to make something happen rather. Stop something happening, and I sort of law dad, especially there are a lot of sports competitive competitors. They were all saying, you know, you guys probably at no stage on the field that ever asking the dog to stop doing anything. You're always asking him to do something. So all of your all of your tools and techniques. Activation tools. Not not stop doing tools. But yeah, it was great time. I was a great time. I had a great time be positive feedback which is good and ready to do it all again in Tasmania in couple of world depends on these can't comes out, but probably in a couple of days on this in touch by sweetjames moth, not only dogs if you can get to mania that'd be exciting smaller crowd in Tasmania. But it's you know, still good that Tasman you're actually doing something seminar saying not not missing aired on their opportunity to get the learning. Yep. Just because you've got a small amount of people. It doesn't mean that you can't make a successful seminar. In fact, some of the best Menards that I've been to it hasn't just been an an enormous crowd of people. I mean, I like the crowd. I like that. Yeah. Countable feeling when you're catching up with a lot of people in your networking, and there's a lot of fun that we had the but some of the bay seminars of Bain to in some of the best workshops that have been presented a small intimate. And there's not a ton of the same question asked every time. I mean, no disrespect for people because it's very important when people are entering the industry. They don't know that. Questions asked. I've got no idea. But when Bain doing seminars for like thirty years, we people of different disciplines or go to a seminar, and it'll be learning theory and somebody lost that same question, and you sort of like it's like going to a waiting and waiting for them to say, I Corinthians as as the speech of love, love, and dedication because you kind of say, well that's taught cost setting beer. Well, that's what I've been doing mostly to these point is smaller private of trainings and seminars for private groups is that was the first big fifty people open to everybody public thing. I've done a lot of time. There was a really path moment in the seminar. I'm not sure that everybody even sore it where there's woman she had a very nice young Mallon wa really into the bowl, and we will actually doing exercises to make these dove into the bowl Hotta, and how we would transfer that to a bought work and ASTA just out of curiosity. She had the clicker in a decide, you know, just just click for me. So what happens and the Dokes spat the bully out and then. Realized before the bowl even hit the floor recorded like fuck don't mean to do that. I didn't want that to happen. And I was not quite everybody sore because it was just a little thing that happened. I was like that is the power of the season lucky if you can get that response and follow through with that with the dog actually does tropical reflex response reflection. Don't had no intention that was really really powerful thing. Like if you to ask that dog, why did you speak that bullet? That'd be like the dog would say, I have no idea. And I did not mean to in fact, corrected myself an altered the course, but it happened and that dog had no intention of doing it. And if you can captured moments like that and put that into every behavior when the dog says why did you do that? And they said fuck I have no idea, but I did it and did it with hot and solve. That's the whole city. And now, I know I have to do it part of the system. Yeah. And not only did. I do. I don't know. Why did it? But I'm very glad that. I did. Yeah. Anyway. So that's my story. Good story. So what are we talking about today? I think we're going to have to for one today a Tufa a two to one special. So we're gonna talk about getting to the point goes getting to the point because we didn't so Jordan. Yep. There was quite a few of us. We went down to Cambridge. Because it was sold at and Sydney. And I think that's the point. Yeah. You get to the point. That's what was it was getting to the point. That's pod. One of the rules that he talked about. What was the rule that he obtained has ruled tan yet, they precise in your speech. So gay did ruled sandwiches breaker sauce in your speech. I think well, they say that it every show just does a different thing and riffs like they'd done one hundred and twenty something shows. Yup. And yet he just picks a rule and sort of risks about it. Who knows well we've been to the one can we compare it? We try roofing every now. And again, it always a disaster. So sometimes it is. Yeah. This pain shows that have hit the editing floor inevitably saying the lot of diag- because it doesn't turn into anything constructive. In fact, you listen to it and just thought that just sounds like Maude. Yep. So the end I mean, the punch line of what he was saying was get to the point. And we're however far into it episode. We are. And we say we're gonna talk about that. And then something else has been can you Glenn? What's that been asked calls this pain? A few people who've been putting names up into Maine states that ask call is somebody who ask your voice, and then everybody else does the complete opposite of what you tell them to do straightaway. I know there's going to be able to listen to these gonna think he's talking about me about me again. And yes, it's all of you every single one of you. The funny thing about it is is more people than what you think there are who are skulls, and I mean, you can rightfully say that at some stage you might have done that as well. Like, you've I'll advice, and it's been good advice. It's been sanded vise and head you have stuck to the system. All followed. The progressive thoughts of what they were telling you to do you might have found that you actually got good results of it. But the fact that you didn't do that. And then you've come back and fuck something up. You've then turn ran saying. Oh, well, this is fucked up then they're gonna go. Of course, it is. Because you've done the polar opposites of what we've discussed, and that's your choice. But there are people in the dog training industry talking about getting to the point and ask their people in the dog training industry that they do a lot of questions which they have the right to do. So I believe in gathering and accruing knowledge, I think it's very important of encouraged every single if student that Spain on the coast, go out and realize the of course, although it might be a cornerstone in something you've done like it's a good start. And it's not the bay all and end all you've got to know how to grow, and you've got to know how to grow in the area that that important to you. So some people want to be a dog China's nothing wrong with that. I mean, the market is extensive in Israel. And that's where the money is. So if your dog trainer don't look at. And look down upon yourself because the market needs you, but learn to be the best pet dog trainer that you possibly can don't wrist on your laurels and sort of thing where on aid to bay. I'm just cranking at dogs that guide applies and then come back and do these like learn like develop and even develop a system that is enhancing the relationship between you and your customers dogs. They might not follow every single thing you want and we've discussed this in previous episodes. We've talked about it in extensive detail. But it's very important that you do loon your trade in your skill and you become better and better at it. So some people they don't know when to stop asking the question, they just don't know like they'll spend time and money saying every single dog trainer on the block. They'll spend a short amount of time with them. They'll do a little bit of what they say. And then by the time they little bit into getting good development the dog jumped ship already, and then they're on the next train with an expert. And who's coming down the seminar, and they're doing a little bit of what you're saying. But then they jumped ship at the Nixon Minna and the frustrating thing is is that they can't see what they're doing is not getting to the point for the dog. So the dog is a scrambled mass by the end of it because they really is not linked to the did you say what did well done? Well, thank you. Congratulations. Thanks. So I'm pretty proud of myself. Yeah. It's not often that happened. Just interrupt the GM. Sorry. That's all right now. It's frustrated you before when people have come to you and the midway through working at a system with you. And you can say they getting results and all of a sudden gone and come back, and what you're saying is not where you left off at all the problem is you're finding that. It's regressed right back to a point. We thinking not only is this not where we started. It's going further back. And that's a problem for me is in being a professional trainer and working with a lot of people over time. You made a point a while back. We used to pay off just tell you to fuck off. And that's. Probably the linchpin for me where I do the sign. Yeah. Like, I just caught people stride away. I just looked don't waste my time. It's not that. I won't talk to the person or have a relationship with them. More shake the hand when I come up and say them, it's not a bad being rude to the personal disrespecting nemo nothing, but it's complete. I think for anybody who's a trainers pulling result and is doing well by the client. I consider the those people and the people in industry and oddest, and it's basically shitting on their art. And that's what people are doing is. They basically don't get me wrong. If you're the owner of a dole, and you wanna go ran and made other people and say all the systems and work with other people because the acuity, and you wanna learn more a tip my head to you. You know, I think it's it's to you should do it. But when you scrambling you dog up, and you changing systems changing systems changing systems changing systems changing systems. And you can't see what you doing. I mean, your dog's got no hope. No unless and the only way the only caveat to this is. Unless the people are all linked in a system, and they're all speaking a common language. Yeah. That's right. Yeah. That's the only time that it's going to work and you at the other time, and this is where it trying to get a bit shitty. We've what they do. And I've been guilty of this. I'm gonna put my hand up here and speak open heart is where trainers bash out the trainers. And I've done it before for I've done for the right reasons. And also done it for the wrong reasons, I've done it for the reasons where I just didn't really like the trainer, and it was a conflict of interest. And I just thought fuck that guy, and I've just beat the head off. And and some people look some people in the Passover Ingham and apologize to just fist up to it. And say, you know, look, I said some trashy shit about you, and I shouldn't have done it. And now, I feel bad, and and I've asked for the forgiveness because I have genuinely felt bad about it. But there are some guys at the end girls who would just tape rats, and they don't deserve my respect or anyone else's for that. I know that sounds harsh preach Glen. Well, the thing is is that they they've flooding the environment we shitty work and. They've never evolved beyond who they are what they can be they sitting in a shitty dated system, and they refuse to grow. And some of them are just not nice people hands down there, very difficult, very arrogant. And they just have never really done any great service to the industry. And yes, I know this is preachy, but it's also coming from the hot. So the people that do they do end up in that NIST. It's a pit vipers that they just spiraled down, and they truly do inherit the crown toddler being like a full fledged ask hall. So I think for me, there's two types of assholes. Yeah. I think that there's one taught that is looking for the secret sauce. Yeah. So they're the people that will change systems in China's really regularly and not safe through a program. Yep. Now, you said something interesting, then about how you then you then sort of left in a position where they're almost pitting China's against each other get really uncomfortable about that. Because sometimes someone might come to me and they've got like, look here's the problem with. Dog and they want to infer to me that the trainer that they were at caused the problem. And sometimes that's the case definitely came in case. But I think also in dog training think that every strength creates a weakness somewhere else and to get to the point luck, a concerted training program conceited training program where you really have an end goal in mind. Sometimes you accept that. Sometimes you go. Hey, I'm going to accept this weakness. I'm creating over here to put a lot of strength though. The he or you might say, well, the strength that I'm creating of a he will leak into the spotlight and so long as we're on the right path when we get to the end point, and I have a plan. They know how to do that. It'll be fine. But that only works because I know I have systems like this as well. Right. Where they they work in the end in the interim they will collect shit. Yeah. And you have to stick with it. And if you were to go to someone else halfway through it looks like shit, and you say, oh, if you lose faith in it. And maybe that's the fault of the of the the coach or the trying to not allow you to carry on. But I think that that sort of person that loses face and that he's not the asshole. That's the person that just doesn't stick with it. And they probably they probably seem a little bit different people. And so I feel like it's a good point. Yeah, that's a good. So if they just lose faith, that's probably on you as the coach why not showing, but then to ask all it just goes like you've got six weeks to prove him. But they don't tell you about that timeframe. So those people that are looking for the sacred source that bands around their problematic because they do sort of end up hitting train is against each other a little bit, and I can give you a real world example without naming any names is I've had people come to me with problems with their dog. And I say, yeah. Like, I can see where he says caused this is a problem of obese and they go oh year almighty that to my dog. And I say, yeah. Like, and I know the person. Fortunately, this example, on the hill in my head. I'm good friends with the person and this conversation usually entails off to. Yeah. And so. And so I say this person caused this. And I say, yeah, that that will be a side effect at this point in the training for sure. And if you're not going back, if you're not happy, whatever like we have to alter the course. And I say, yeah. These this person definitely did 'cause that but not caused it in like malicious or negligent way. But that's just something that's gonna come up the training. And then they run back to that person. And say Pat said these of your training and fortunately in the exactly example, I'm thinking of the guy called me. It was like, hey, yeah. Turns out we share a quiet, and I was like. Yep. We show. So that's a problem. That's an Osco. That's a that's when you call aged ask all that's the kind of person. I think of but then so they're the person that's looking for the secret sauce and don't understand that the secret socie- is hard work at Sam strayed it everything. The secret sauce, the pasta success in no matter what you're doing is odd work. There's a lot of luck that goes into the mix. There's a lot of good timing that goes into the mix had lots of different things. But there the salt and pepper, right? The the actual the base. Is hard work. No matter what you're talking about. Whether you're talking about dog training or fucking piano playing. I it's hard work. There's nothing that that goes pasta. I right now someone's kicking their dashboard guy, he doesn't even know how to play a fucking. But then there's the other top of Osco. And these are the ones the really pissed me off the ones that are just looking to be validated. Yeah. So they've decided what the problem is with their dog and trying to tell them. Yeah. And it's and it's not that's not. Because if that was the problem, they could have addressed that. And no longer have a problem. They've decided what your own the dog. And they go to find the person who will agree with them. And they had that is the Osco that liked does. And it's always that their dog is special and unique and learning theory doesn't apply deploy. Yeah. That's that's just not true of my dog. I've tried that too. Have how many times did you try it? How funny is that that you were talking about that? And I'm thinking because I can think of like a hand. Cool time who've done it. And it's like you talking to them in this big Chishki cat small comes across looking at you like, I know I know that that that might be like everybody else. Like everybody else's dog. Not mine. Yeah. That might be will documented and proven and work on every organism under the sun. But not my dog, my dog is special and unique and all the things that you're talking about do not work learning theory as your trying to tell it to me does not apply to my dog because he's a particular type of braid who was born on a Wednesday or he's arrested. The roles. Well, I'm not picking on rescues a rescue dogs. Could we just we interviewed the brilliant Dallas not long ago? And that was a great episode, and it opened a lot of hearts and doors and mine's on a lot of issues, and rightfully so. Because the risk you sane does need a lot of caring people. You know, like they were always thinking about all through that conversation with Dallas. However, the were people that are getting rescued dogs that a making shitty excuses for them and causing more problems than they ended up dumping the back into rescue again. Well, terrible. I think one of the issues we didn't bring it up TAOs on your thinking about things light up. Of course. I don't think the rescues to blame for this. It's it's often the attitude of the people that get the dog, and maybe that's the type of person that's attracted to a rescue. But I re- I often he'd the story about the abused oak. And we've talked about this and the dog was a bite dog or you know, whatever was bayton to death, whatever. And now he was resurrected and now I've caught him and he's got the scars of. He's formal like those dogs. They just are so few and if you wanna talk about whether they were mistreated yet, of course, our mistreated, but most likely that they were undertraded rather than like act to miss the abuse is a logical a boy under socialization. It's not that demand in the blue hat bait. The does ROY ice skate if demand that blue hat. It's that he'd never seen a man. That's a that's a fucking good point. I mean that is really sorry. That is a good point. And people have got to be really aware of of that is how much lack of socialization actually raise nights to bay. I mean, adult can look like it's being bayton all its law. And yet all it's never the only thing that's really wrong with it is just under socialism, the socialist. And look talking from experience of had many clients have had dogs that really were abused. And there's always evidence of that they have scars like Steph probably to the to show she's got a husky that clearly had he's he's mouth. Wide shot because he's got a joint scar around the front of his face where he grew into that lie, and that's real abuse. Like he can say this guys you have the infamous dog. That's always going to be a Holte. Would he was found with with these watch traits and grown into that lock along? But so there's a Scott there's a sky that can can show you that? And like any anyone that's ever seen a real dope for Doug was a bite dog. You see the wounds that accompany that. So there's that evidence that the dog actually has a Scots. But then most of the dogs, and I would say, jeez, I'm struggling to think of one that doesn't fit into these is the does that really were abused. Don't tend to be aggressive. They tend to show placement by because that's what stop the abuse in the past. Yep. So that's a really even that's quite a sad and quite horrific thing to picture, but that's what got stop them getting beaten up in the process. No being aggressive on the grand pacing themselves. Yeah. So the ones that really would we're able to show aggression. They're the ones that probably avoided the real abuse. And therefore they can stop problems by being aggressive. And that's a whole now that issue, but so seldom I've explained that to people few times, he was definitely bayton. And I'm like it typically the dogs that abating the real softies because they've learned this is how stopped debating, which is such a sad and horrific thing, but that's the truth in my experience others. When you when you call them out on that it's like heading. I know that's right. And you you lock the only dogs that I know for sure that were actually physically abused and have the scars to prove it are quite soft dogs. They're not aggressive dog. So it's anecdote, oh, you know, what I mean? And maybe someone listening is way more involved in this. And we'll say, no, no, I say the upset, but typically always exception to the rule, of course, of course. But that's something. I think is interesting very we'd go to these. But talking about Oscar wells ask all's like he'll say doesn't apply. And so that's your arm go to it. So I think a lot of people like people that you might have a rescue dog that comes riddled with behavioral problems. They wanna make a bunch of excuses for why that dog mod have the problems something that I think is interesting as well. This came up a couple of times over the weekend. When people say, why do you think these behaviors presenting itself, and I could hop off the saw as two or three reasons? Why these dog might be doing something? But no matter what the circumstance whether it was raising one two or three was through under the same thing to fix it. Don't to change the behavior. So is it worth their time energy and effort getting bogged down in why the dog is doing it. If the if the fix of the bike because it's behavioral we noticing that the dog is doing Weinstein thing, we're not changing the mindset. Oh, we don't count it conditioning. When not reprogramming anything we want to change your behavior. Is it worth at wall? Wondering how the got to that point when we get into the same thing. No matter what. So I think sometimes people can get both agree. I think that's a little bit of a quicksand trap that you can spend way too much time and valuable time where really the program needs to be like, we've got all these bag of problems. It's not like a human way, you can address it with them and ask them regressive questions like econ actually get back to any history or asked them to describe their past. You've just got to. Accept it is what it is and move on from the I think that's really important. I think that's I guess the point. I'm trying to get to here is that get to the point. Yeah. Get to the point. I guess what the point I'm trying to get to is. I think some China's hoodwinked people into extra lessons trying to trying to be regressive when they need to be progressive. How days an eye? How dare I call upon the industry we were as train is ragging on our clients had they you turn it back onto the the other China's training community. So. Self, sir. What do you think happening there again, you know, like, you can't talk about this without admitting real guilty that yourself like there's been Tom's way. I've probably spent too much time not getting to the point with my clients when we've been sitting in consultations and we've been doing exactly what we just talked about is trying to figure out how the dog got to be where it is these days. I realized that's not important. Yeah. Not not anywhere near as important as sometimes it is if if you know like if you can find out details like if you can actually find out through the foster group, or like, for example, is it a critical period issue is an is it not a critical period issue. Is that something that's happened outside or inside that? I mean, those details are relevant, but in the absence of that. You've gotta get on with business. Yeah. Like, one example. I can definitely think off the top of my head is like site problematic balking. Yep. I want to know why dogs doing that? Because if he thinks he's having some effect, then I can take away that effect and the balking will soap by enjoys the bar. Talking then now, I have to diminish why he why why the bombings happened you have to punish that. And so that that would be a prescription that he's very different depending on why the dogs doing the history is always important if it's viable. Yeah. Via it's available. So if you have access to the history, it's absolutely unequivocably on arguably one of the most important things to go through. And that's what I usually say to people do have any day tells have you spoken to the people who fostered the dog rescued the dog the pound that took the dog in like do they know the person can we get in contact with them? Once I get a solid shade of knows too. That would it's time to move on. But in the past I have wasted time on that. And it was never done intentionally with the mindset of ripping the client off. It was that. I just thought, you know, like, I've probably gone three lessons into it. Before realize I'm not getting any answers here. And I'm being white to forensic. I was something that I don't need to be. Because again, I'm trying to be regressive and not progressive and at that point. I really needed to say it. Probably need to be like Hoffa lay. So maybe listen at the most to do with the issue and say get back to me on this. For example, I pissed off somebody the other day who wanted to come to me for a aggression. Listen, and I wanted them to do a health check before they come to me these days before people come to me immediately the first consultation, I'll have with them, not even consultation. I saved the money. I actually do something with integrity say guard the bit I on one tape check. I want blood taken on thyroid tested. I want this that and the other. So I give them a panel of things to do. Now. In some cases, it's cost me. Listen, I'll never got the listen because the vets on the program, but I find the problem, you know, like one was a correct tooth one was thought I ROY tissue that needed to be sorted out. One was misaligned spine. But the appreciation I get from people and the integrity they'll maintain with them is copy Payton. Yes, the point I'm trying to get to. So this lady that I was doing we were doing a bit of online talking bit backwards and forwards and I asked to get a console dumb with it. And she said to me. Look, my dogs traumatized at won't do this do that. And in the basically said, what do you want me to do for you in all like the dog is that bad wolf can? I do. I like she wouldn't even organize to get the dog into the vet. So I just thought there's not much. I can I can do it. This point in time. If you nodded prepared to make me halfway for me. It's just a difficult thing. I guess that. I don't want to sit there and charge people the amount I charge them and then have them turn round Cy wall. Bain doing three listens with Glenn and never got anywhere. And you know, and that's when they do trash talk to other China's to say that all the China if they don't have any integrity themselves. They'll turn around and say, oh, yea fucking Glenn. It's exactly what they'll say is. Let's say he's ripped you off. He's just got you in for three listens. And I really don't wanna do that. I'm not saying that I'm just trying to flush them over insolvent in one lace, and but for argument's Kirsten, climbing came to me the other day, she's got a client. That's having a problem dog. So she made me into said can I come to the station with you and work through it? So they came to me long story short. It's not a big issue. They've got with their dog. But it is enough Venetia that they need to correct. Some things Neil off. And one of the things I've said to them is look you. You guys are all in the inner aced Curson not far from you. You guys need to be doing a lesson with Chris once a week like you need to be going adding public not to your house. But you and Chris and they to be doing this listen, and that's all I needed tonight. So rather than rope them into more work. They better off being in their own home environment with China who's going and going to walk the bait with them and fix the problem on the move Kirsten's. Well equipped to be out of do it earn. I consulted at the time that was part of the deal. She got to come along and sit on and it went perfectly. So if they follow out voice things are gonna go. Well, but they have to change some things. This is the concept way people do an general public thing. And it's not a scorn. It's just an observation. But there are a lot of people at the who are leading the dogs. Just basically like people who have flight risk and still letting him. It's it's the same thing that I think about with dogs when people say, oh this person's a flight risk. Don't let them on the flight because they going to Bob applying will do something stupid and their dogs out there that people take into adult pock all they take them down the road or walk them around the neighborhood. And they'll let that dog off late these dogs that shouldn't be doing this. And yet people will see that. There's a problem. They'll know that they dug is going to be the one that's gonna Nile another dog all stir up a situation where other dogs again and get actively involved where Gration is going to be part of the catalyst. But they'll still do it. And then ask people who the wrong type of people who will give them arbitrary advice. Now, look at them. And and they'll go. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. We'll do that. And then they'll take the dog down there again after three weeks thinking, oh if I do a couple of magic pill things or the dog and take it back down. This will just get rid of the system. But I've like this additional have given these people which I know other good China's do at the same same talking on. Now, you would as well is this is. Change of life here on the pathway that you've gone down is no longer available to you. This has to be removed in order for true success to take place. So hopefully, these people aren't going to be asked calls and not going to go off and dump cursing. And then go off and think I'll you know, I really want my dog to be running round the dog park with other dogs this dog can't do it like not in the foreseeable future. I not in the foreseeable future. Because there are critical periods shoes they that. No one knows the history. But as I said to the people, and I've done this plenty of other times before where I've seen the issues and I'll just say guys plays. Don't do it. There's too much at riskier. This is going to be an escalation not a de-escalation her dope box story co since we've done dog park disturb, and well, horrors of the Doak pucks. You know? So there's a place I go on the much as a trauma dog and my dog interaction with other dogs. It's all sweet. So totally fine. Yeah. That requires me to cross the city west link, which is like a busy road. And I was headed they the other wake up very early in the morning. And it was this is not a blemish against your Dolpa. Honestly, I God. I was watching the sweat from. My braille mainly geographical story short. I couldn't get to the and I was low on time. So I had a brain explosion. I don't know why the fuck be this is just one of the as parking the 'cause like what are you doing? What what are you doing this full? And I went to the the dog pock, right? The clothes dean with a cafe AA the Doak pock. Right. The problem don't talk. But it was early in the morning. Sorry. It was it was it was about eight thirty. I justified to myself as like, you know, what the real early morning people are going. This will just be dog walkers could possibly go wrong. Yes. At the field of horrors. Yes. I'm like. We find it just needed to describe the Dokes do any training. I wanna take a bowl or anything like oh, just let the dogs run around. It's like one of those stories where people know they shouldn't go in that house, and I go in the horror story of harm it. He like just turn all the lights on and leave. Why are you doing there? That was me. So I got a coffee. And I'm on the phone. God is this gets better. No jogging a little bit. I had the hands free. So I'm walking. It's quite a narrow sort of pock its way for anybody. That knows what cafe bones is right. Which is a great place. We've just outed though. I mean, you know, you not stopping anyone go on the pact every day people go they you can sit there, and you can order your Dogo like Santa around the corner that just rubbing the hands together guy. And all this is so good, right? You got a day. You to go there on a Sunday. There's two hundred dogs eight. Yeah. They have classes and everything age Connick JR. That a horror movie for me. Yeah. And the reason I don't like that place. He's because it's it's fenced in and there's no main road. I like a good big highway next month the foxhole fight. Yeah. That's a highway next to my dog. If you're the kind of person has no control of your dog that you can't go there. Anyway. So make it it's quite a long skinny park. So make it to one end of it. And I think fuck that win. All right. Lock of survive. This'll be fun. I'm going back. And of course, now there's the trouble right now. Now, Val doesn't really interact with other Doshi essays. No, value and other Doshi out doing our own thing dog. She doesn't know, but Raimi's real social and he's like checking at of does. It's typically it's gonna right. Yeah. There's people thrown the Chuck it for the dog and muddles managing all of that. It's fun. And then near the cafe is these REU Sheedy Novi Kilby that had a crackle team and I called him. And I use these kind of informal recalls like high Remmy like come back, and he's body win old Ted's and the scorpion towel went up. And I was like shit and I quote him. I was like, hey Remmy because I didn't want to use like a formal recall, and he knows he's no that affi-. He's like, oh, my does. Now that you're not allowed to fight other. Does no matter what you lose the outcome and save you you'll know that fought back and a cold him again. And he gave me these look like from the corner areso. I and I knew exactly what he was inferring to me. It's like cotton back on these places shit. These folks so nervy soon as I turn he's gonna bought me. Remy knew that. And he was you could see he was stock. He was like. Is like shit. I know I'm being cold. But if I get called on a get beaten in the ass more this dog, so I'm like, and this dogs barking at him and bouncing scenario, and it doesn't have the balls to engage him. But it's going to soon as he turned his back. I always use my competition. Whistle have it with me always carry that? Which is like a reflex response wants to fly back as fossil can fosters the Bill can. So I'm thinking am I gonna make it over there until I'm before there's an issue or should I call him? I decided to call him. I hit the whistle. And he turns on a dorm and comes flowing and narrowly misses getting his Aspden they stole. Who did exactly what you could say. He was waiting to happen soon as he Tony's back. He's doing lunged at him and had a crack, and he he came back like it's conditions on was. Don't be all can. Right. Well, not not bred for that. That's that's negative characters a characteristic anyway, so he moves so so he comes flying back manages to outrun the dog comes into a he'll position because that's what that means and the dog, and he's not willing to confront the both of us like as soon as we turned around into the position he's doing just shoot itself and ran away. And then we had to through the cafe section. I just kept him in the heel. So he's in a focus. He'll as we go through that section thou about stuff like no problem. And then when we get down to and then we get to the outside. And I was like break, you can go do whatever you want, and he'd just goes off. No big deal, totally manage scenario because I had the tools and the the implemented who would decide. No, the tools I had the skill set trained into the dog to deal with that Asian anyway conditioned behavior. Yeah. So we get down to the car, and I'm loading up the car, and this woman who was there. She comes down. And she's like, oh, your dogs are so amazingly trained, and I was like, oh, yeah. Thank you, Kathy. She's got this little schnauzer or late. She was really lovely. And she's like all this. Oh, well trained and the NAS in dose awful you. And like, yeah. Yeah. Yeah luck. I'm just sorta going along with it. And she goes oh that look so easy to train these dogs. And because I've told him to get an XBox. I bus just jump in the books in this ending there. And she says not like my dog my dog's crazy, and I'm like, oh, what do you mean? And this now is this like looking at me like half asleep. Yes, he's crazy. And I'm like, oh, yeah. Like this kind of to Skype, but just one out of this situation, and she has. Yeah, he's crazy. I'm not joking. He's on Prozac. And I was like what would she say? Well, her exact word was like he just couldn't stay still focus. You just couldn't do anything. So he's been on Prozac since he was a baby. And I'm like, I'm like what? And she goes. Yeah, he's just to my. He just crazy. Just couldn't focus, and I was like did you draw training? Yeah. He just he wouldn't even sit still to take a trait. This is you said, you wouldn't see it still trait. And I was like was he when this all this happened will she said baby. So I'm assuming like poppy weeks, right? Yeah. And and she says, oh, I had us. Now's before. But nothing like this is crazy now look at these dog. And I mean, he's wearing a key LA. He was he was a good looking dog. He's clearly outfit little jacket because those are little bit rainy. Mouth. And he looks at me like, you know, in islands where people are are hosting the EM in the thing that in the cocoon, and they'd like, basically like a semi state of consciousness, and they look whoever forms them that look at them with that lack please kill me face because they know that they're. Yep. The dog looked at me with that face like, please kill me. And I was like I said to you know, you could do some training with that dog. And I was like, you know, there's these all ideas like boy logical fulfillment. So maybe your dog just needed to do some stuff. Like, you know, he's a schnauzer lock you probably wanted to be active and run around. And I was about to try and start explaining to a, you know, maybe some activities that you could go through with us now z, and she just kind of looked at me like shut the fuck up like don't till may had a run Mudug into a behavioral consult the cost me eight hundred dollars. And now, I'm a customer for life. What would you say? Well, what are your qualification? She looks in the back of my university. If you got the right to tell me, she looks in the back of my car and shoes lovely this is what I feel like such a joke. What did what let me tell the punchline show, and she was telling me about how he had to be on an is sort of intimated like, you know, maybe you could do some training and that might help. And maybe he just needed some skills. His law, but she was an elderly lady icon. I don't know how. But she told me she was retired. So I'm guessing probably in his seventies. And but the way that she told me that Doug was on Prozac was she's proud of it like it was like I've got the crazy dog, and I was so tempted to just get rid miata conga, you'll see fucking crazy Ovau. It just be like USA crazy watch these crazy and just let him just go full Mallon wa in front of shells got a bit of dust and blowing it exactly that's the thing. This is the thing when people say, oh, my dot com concentrate. I can't accept that. As an excuse anybody that Saint Vallon the way she hunts known stop 'em one dos. If there's nothing else to hunt about will comply. No matter what she's doing. I can she can be chasing dust one hundred meters away, and I can tell him down and she hits the ground so hard that she scratches a belly like I just don't accept that as an excuse. But this woman didn't know chose really lovely. And I was like, you know, but she just kinda looked at me. Like, no, he's on drugs and your wrong. And then she looked in the back of my car and got the world's biggest don't cry. And it's not a normal person's Bain, and she goes all you dog China, and I said, Nah, I shut the Vader got in the car left. Yep. And then I was in the car, and I was like you've let that dog down. I was thinking to myself as like, you know, because that does is going to be continued to be Medicated for the rest of its life. And then I was like, but also would I have been in a position to change it to way, what led me to say that to was the way that she shut you down not that she had the way that she was proud of the fact that who Doug was on Prozac black. It was a my dogs crazy and yeah. And isn't he isn't he an oddball like and Deir ez he's little jacket? And I thought is this in the east now isn't drawn any my house. Okay. In the trendy in west, all you. But but I just thought sorta made the decision at the time. I was like I'm not going to be out to do with luck. I'm not going to be out of help as for the training of the dog. If she were the and she's not sought out of China. She's bumped into me I am not going to be outed convinced her to get into. Jace with his dog. That's not going to happen. You idea that I could recall my dog was amazing to her. So that was not the trajectory. I know you, and I've had this conversation before and especially when we've been what your mouth together driving for your side of town. And it doesn't apply it certainly doesn't apply to everybody because there are people who live in those regions who a very switched on and very cerebral taupe people. However, I think the closer you leave to the city, especially with animals, the less animal sense. You have people that I speak to and the city doesn't have this anomalous crazy idea of what a dog as and how dog should be high. I mean, when I think of anthropomorphic them, I think of people who live in, you know, like aced of Sydney, all all those. And there's probably people who listen to this show say oh my God. Hell fancy I live in these cine. We'll just lost the whole thing is there are wonderful people at that. So I the town, and that's not. Smoke that that's a reality. Because I've spoken to these people and head some dynamic conversation with namic on Emmett conversation. So had these wonderful conversations with these people, and like the level of the understanding. And then knowledge in learning theory is astounding. Well, they really know how to do it yet. You made these other old bowls like you say because somebody who's a behavioral vet has given a voice. I mean, these are people who are writing scripts for them the minute they walk in the door. That's the console. And that's the issue that I have with a lot of these cases because of spoken to the people bad. We were talking about this in India Tf the other day in somebody was saying when I walk through the dole while I was sitting down. They didn't really want to look at my dog that would pretty much putting a pain to a pipe writing a script at for me. Yeah. That's pretty much the standard conversation that Spain head. And then again, they might be people who are listening who are in these situations. And hopefully, if you are doing this, you really need to rethink your strategy and practices to actually have a look. You're listening to us then not. So here anybody else of importance for that matter. He's a fact, you know, we'll saying because we've had six different topics. None of them are what we discussed that. We're going to talk about being asked calls all getting to the point. Well, you know, what I said talking about assholes that everybody's looking for the sacred souls. Yeah. The Prozac is the secret sauce. Yeah. I it's instant gratification yet. So I can I can Bom out my dog, and I have to do any work think about that. They were again because he's he's a deal when you talk like I'm back at it. Again cape. Fucking getting tied up with force free people and discussing things, but so no matter where your ethics law. Whether you want to be totally false frail, you're willing to be balanced, China, or whatever I suppose, if I would the thing is if you wanna do no work, you can just like if you just wanna dog so he can zone before he told through drugs. Yep. Yeah. So she want that dog skin rug that just just lies around and wants to be Pat o'day. There's a few ways you can get that caveat before we go any further there also dogs that need medical diagnosis. We've had we've had conversations off air and with but no poppies Nate that gray. Yeah. I believe that a dog needs to be fully diagnosed, and you need to be dealing with at least a a semi adult Moines before these decisions. And so you've got a dog who is too much for you. And you could you've got a few options. If you if you're the top person that wants to do it you can just punish that dog into to being flat. That's a way to do it and who wants to do that. Right. But there's plenty of people that do if you want to take a positive I applaud she could do a lot of training liar in some rules. You could biologically fulfill that dog you could then teach it how to calm day on. I would make. I think a compelling case that a lot of force free. People would have the ability to do that as well. Like that's not to say that you have to take a balanced approach. But all of those take time and effort that you always people out willing to put in and the one way it's a little drive expression. And exactly and it's. Talk about we. And we talked about with douse the other way my dog the formula to be away from the home for more than two nights. He's as he because he needs to do work every day we can get away with one day of doing no work. And then he's not leave ab-, well, not not livable. But he's not happy in my home. So I take steps to make sure that doesn't happen. And I I would known a dog if I weren't I would be in a position to do that. Right. But the people who aren't willing to do those things they don't happy there's an instant fix, and you can just drug him. And that's what like in that moment. I got in the car, and I felt like shit because I got in the car, and I was like fuck you place a shit. You just let that be drug for the rest of his life. By those like, I'm not the guy that can fix that for her because I don't have the time for one and that that's not the type of client that can take on at the moment. I'm not around enough to take that on if I don't like a client. I'll wind take them on. Yeah. Well, she was lovely. This is this is the thing because I'll sit in the kind of it's not a matter of with the lovely on operative. I don't like what they saying. Yeah. You know with. Within five minutes. I know whether I want that or whether I'm coming it off on the house. It's nothing that I I really need to spend time on it's something that other people would probably give them a bit of service and what I would do. Yeah. And then plus I like dealing with fuck ary. Well, and then you know, the way I sort of cheat myself up was that dog park is heavily traded by dog trainers. Mostly for people bet doctrine trainers today. And I'm not the first person she's asked if their dog trainer, and those people that go down there lot like thirsty. So they're all hand- net. Qods all the time. Yeah. So someone has spoken saturated as someone has spoken her in the past. I'm not the first person. I'm not I'm not the only hope she had. But I sat in on Qasr like you have let that dog be drugged for the rest of its life. But then as I of was driving around to my way to buntings maybe deal as like, you know, I don't think that Auguin because I probably wasn't into position to change it. But you probably deceived yourself a lot of conflict to be honest and sitting there and trying to win over somebody who was already convinced. And some of us is nice. I mean, I think that there's a point in time where even stubborn people can be convinced otherwise, but I've got to be in a state where they ready for that to happen. Yeah. Yeah. Maybe open to it. So that's my dog pox story there. It is cool. How'd they need surprise? They in a city one reactive dog that tried to one another one drugged out of he's Brian. What's amazing? The man of Dokes that I'm saying coming from the city regions that are drug data. They Brian's as days. Yeah. Well, there's a it's the fix, and I think this is profitable to it is. But not like it's not that expensive. That's one of the things. It's still a client for life. Yeah. That's right. But it's not a lot of money. But I mean, if you talking low profit heart turnover, and if you need it, this is not a pocket people or pits that are on pharmaceuticals that need it like if they if they absolutely needed if you need it. I've never mocked anybody for needing to be on pharmaceuticals ever. And I won't ever. Yes. I didn't think it's funny or I don't think that amusing or not poking fun at you wear. My disdained comes from is that the industry is converting men women children and pets into like, it's a high turnover. Cocktail like eight profitable. There's shareholders involved. I mean when prophets involved in all these things, and I mean, I'm not saying who should and shouldn't make money out of things. But I mean, these things are highly profitable. You know, we know pharmaceutical we're talking into the billions and beans and beans adults. And it's always if you follow the money, it's always in someone's interest to keep you on. Yeah. But I mean you like as a Saint I've recommended people say had a pharmaceutical solution. I had a client a while ago as the the dog was just beyond seeing off the walls. Yeah. And that'll death. Well, yeah. And I say, well, I said, oh, yeah. On how to fix this meditation? It's the box, blah, blah, blah, and showed them the say coincidence say the days of the steps and they call him in like now, it's not working. I was like it always works. Give me go. And I was like FOX smell working, and this dog was just a mess. Like, I just had. It was just a mess when you can say the always rotating ran in the dog's head like the lights are on. But clearly not one time. I mean, you've you've got a cold the fate on those sort of situations, and that's getting to the point. Yeah. Like when we wasn't a calling to fate. It's like, hey, this other option of these this is what I have in my toolbag, and we've tried them. And this is not my first day. It's not my first rodeo of too many dogs, and this should be working here. I'm you do have that magical unique snowflake that is different special and unique. Yep. That's when you got. Okay. But so if you won't file between the just not that common. Yeah. That's good. But it look to be honest. It's a good point to be able to get to that and get to that point on the topic of getting two points. It's a validation that I think most China's to get to just say rather than string this person at for another five or six license and just make a cash cow all them be decent to you clients Lago said, there's pain people thought if I was a toad like this person wrapped up, and they wouldn't know any different that just be shaking my hand and thanking me for my time, and if you had no integrity, you if you sort of just in a job, we just dying along death. That's what people start doing things. But if you really do care, and like your concern where you're concerned about the welfare and the impact of the animals, and you know, like, I think you said a wall the guy you it keeps you up at night when you say dogs are not getting Dr fulfilment there in those sorts of situations right Dame. When you said that I clearly understand you'll ethical take on animal training. You know, how important it is to you. And and I know how important. It is to myself and other people like Dallas. And and almost every guess that we've spoken to you know, how important it is like, even for argument sake, mock subtle, you know, what I'm saying that he's bringing dogs AIBA. And yet if they don't work out, he's given these dogs wife Rada while the pen marks well known for doing that. That's right. And there's a there's a lot of having that bought him in the ass. But continuing to do it because it was the right thing to do. That's right. I could name a myriad of people at the who are in the industry who do things at the cost, but they do it because the ethical people like they actually give a shit. It's funny bring that out because I was thinking about that. When we're talking to douse, and I was told her that I didn't want to talk to her and to talk about rescue. But it was kind of unfolding in my brain as I was an I just had to so to say it out loud. And I was like everybody has this thing that is because we're all in the industry because we love dogs in one way. And everybody's got their thing. And it's all a big puzzle that has to fit together some people to remember we go to message from someone. Sorry. I don't remember your name. If you still listening about how. We spoke about rescue being just a pot of the industry and one that we wouldn't that involved in and she wrote saying like we'll that hadn't occurred who because she's so interesting that that was that's what being a dog being involved in dogs was we rescue. And then there's plenty of people who just worked and they could give shit about anything else. And then there's people who want to improve the plot of some dogs like everybody has the little pace that they feed into it. And if you if you listening to us, then you have your pace, maybe it's just your dog. Maybe you care so much about your dog your dog trainer, and you've been recommended these boy, your your dog aren't on you've been recommended to listen to us by your dog China because you're so into it, whatever. Like, maybe that's you'll pace. But everybody's got their pace of what keeps them up at night. Right. Like, what's not, right? And how cannot what can I do in order to to make it better? Yeah. I think a pharmacist thinking about that. If they'd be it since we spoke to Dell's, and that happened a lot of channels in my Brian after after we need that like I was sitting in the car with you on the way back, and I'm just thinking there's just a kaleidoscope of ID's that was coming off that because I guess like I said I've done a very tiny tiny tiny bit of rescue work. You know? Through working with the rotties, and so forth in helping trying to allocate homes for abandoned rottweilers. And even now people will contact me. But I'm not in a position to be really a to be able to rehome these dogs like a lot of people will still because I'm into rotties and people know him they'll send me pitches a dog, but what I do implying. My part is trying to find the right person to speaks to. So usually say I like speak to the state club. I and full mice and save they can offer you any help or go here because I mean, really the plight of some of these dogs, especially some of these larger working dogs if they've got any dash about them, and they don't end up in a working Heim. That's a magic bullet for them. Sometimes. Yep. Especially a defensive Roti and kennel. He's that that assessment that we're talking about adults. Possum that it? Because if he wants to God, he's spice that you can't get him with him. That's the interview. Yeah. That's right. But yeah, you maybe it'd be a good topic that we could do, you know, getting people talk about what is what is the dog industry for you? Like what? Oh, lock it. Yeah. Like what get maybe we should start asking people that question. Like, what is it for you? When you think about the dog world, what do you think of? Yep. Because to everybody that's different. Some people would probably say what we should do. We should organize a coaling where we speak to a myriad of different people. And and that could be a good topic question where you've got ten minutes to answer the question. And then we move onto the next person a think we could probably do something like that through patriot on through the the crowd cost. Yeah. That's good. Yeah. That's a good. Then people could we could just invite the mean. So people could be watching live. Yep. And we could we could pull them in and just interview them on the spot. Yeah. Show we could do that. And then we could get the audio from that and just release it normally or we could just make it for our patron people because we love them more than the others. I. Hello. At least we know they're listening. Maybe they're at least we do know listening because you can actually say it on the statistics. So, but I mean, there's good feedback from from them. But also, the people who are just we don't discount at all L regular listeners who are listening to the podcast. Yep. We love you. We love you to. It's just not as much as the Trump. Who are they buying additional love? I think we started waffling here. We have we've lost the police lost the point. And I think we talked Esso's the out of the assholes thing as well. A little bit. We'll go maybe it's who knows. Eight when we when we were talking about before when you were mentioning that a lot of people's relationships with the dogs even aas calls love the dogs. And I mean, I guess that's the conflict now that I've segue Beck into the top. I think sometimes they love the dogs so much that they confused about what's best for their dog. I agree. And that's the anomaly in that ED's the difficulty to the situation is that they have so much love for the dog. And they so passionate and involved that they just they don't know when to stop and all almost becomes obsessive for them that it spills into so many different. It's a wide open problem area. Yep. Way. It's all my side. I don't know how to stop and I don't know wind stop. Yeah. Well, since we're we're reopening it before we close. Okay. Cool. What I wanted to say is a think when talked about people who love their dogs. That's when I say, what keeps me up at night. And that's where I want to focus on the Doug industry. These people who think they're doing wrought by the dog. But are actually just suppressing dog. They may be loving their dog into depression. Yep. We're like that's what keeps me up at night people who really like parents who lived through their children, well, not necessarily live through them. But like don't understand that like. You have an athlete you whether you wanted one or not you have one. Yeah. 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View from a Military Mind Daily Views for 18 MAY 2020

View from a Military Mind

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View from a Military Mind Daily Views for 18 MAY 2020

"The time for you military mind daily view Monday may eighteenth two thousand twenty US opinions about world and national events from the minds of the men and women that are defending in have defended our freedom for the past two hundred forty four years on filter on edited. And definitely. Not the. If you're ready let's move out today show and the next to a going to be special. Recently I was sent a list via listener and was asked to research and expound on them or the bump them there are a total of twenty nine questions that you can find on our facebook page and website can military mind dot com after the show on. Today's show and the next to show will. We will tackle eight of those questions a day. We'LL TRY TO ANSWER THEM. And label them as fact or fiction. Maybe a little more than a conspiracy theory falsehood. They've done limited her back and we'll take a look at those birthday right after we get back. If you'd like to be a guest on the show you can go to our website. 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Time I'll look forward to seeing you on moving right pulled. News Dot net is a short newsletter. Every Week Day with everything you need to know about podcasting and altamont. You can subscribe free at Pod. News Dot net new podcast launches company changes stats and no waffle in fact Putin used native so waffle free. It's really short just like this. Promo or back. We'll get into these questions like I said there's going to be eight questions on the USA. This on the next two shows like I said this is a special shows Trying to answer some of these questions now some of them now that we're starting to reopen the country. Some of these are going to be almost No longer a big concern But we're still going to try to answer them. Because those are questions we had during the the high of the pandemic. We still have some of this going on In places like California New York New Jersey. They're still leaning on the extreme side of The safer homered shelter in place kind of issues instill pushing hard with the essential and non essential businesses. So the first question we've got Let me back up before we get into that I. I'd like to thank the young lady out of ALPO KNOWN FOR AWHILE. That sent these questions to me so Issues listening out there. I really appreciate And we'll go ahead and get started now. The first question we gun is why can we go to Walmart? And Not Kohl's and question number two was why the dollar store and not. I'm not a mom and pop store. Now let me look. Talk about The dollar store in a mom and pop store. I all this makes no sense. It really doesn't make sense to me. I tried to look and why and find out why spent days researching this as to why we couldn't have the mom and pop. Who have the same thing as your dollar dollar stores or your dollar general or whatever you want? The these newer stores that are popping up in the past Five or six years. There is no logical explanation. Now that being said there several places. I've been to personally my hometown here. A lot of our mom and pop stores are open if they meet the essential business criteria. So now let's look at what is considered essential in what's considered nonessential going back to question one. Why can we go to Walmart? But not the Coles K. We can try to answer that ourselves. Might that just by looking at what the stores have in them. Kohl's is primarily clothing and stuff of that nature. You don't find groceries. You don't pharmaceuticals suited goals or repair parts of things like that. Now I know some of you fashioned in east is out there or Glam. Girls will think that all this clothing and stuff is essential to you. It's not when they're talking about essential They're talking about things. You need to survive or to live for a indefinite period of time fame famous designers and fashion clothes and things like that and jewelry. You don't need that that's not essential. Okay unless you deciding that stuff and then you still a question is whether essentiality is in there not that that's just basic in a nutshell why we can get Walmart not goals Walmart has your pharmacies at has your fresh fruits and vegetables stands at has your your your dairy and it has all your grocery stuff. Has Your repair parts for your home. Yes it does have clothing now. In that. Same Vein. Some states are saying great. You can go to Walmart. But don't let me catch you in a clothing section or over in the summer pool items aurea electronics. Things like that. Okay so we gotta be careful how much we push on that because we got some out there that will really take things away. From as much as Cam. The basic definition that I found That deems essential versus non essential says essential as entities providing critical infrastructure sectors medical centers food retailers and such have generally remained open but businesses providing services or product are considered to be recreational or less critical. Have mostly been ordered to close or operate remotely okay. There's been some dispute we know about that. The closure certain categories such as gun retailers more than thirty states have issued guidance mandate not only certain businesses remain open during the outbreak. There are some clear areas of agreement as to which bizzare activities are deemed essential grocery stores healthcare providers banks hardware stores utilities station by providers gas stations. And that's pretty universal Walmart falls into that that That realm because they provide groceries and repairs and things of that nature And they also allow businesses that support or serve to support essential businesses are workers to remain open A good example they put. Here's the city of San Francisco. They've ordered the daycares may remain open. But only for the purpose of supporting the ability of a parent or parents who work in essential industries so that they can report for work or for duty is at the visit remain open also tend to be subject to mandates that they implement social distancing sanitation and other public health protocols whether it be federal state or local protocols now non essential business pretty much similar across the states that these are considered nonessential. Normally most of these are geared towards recreation and entertainment They're usually license. Like gyms and shopping malls theaters sporting or concert. concert venues A lot of places dining restaurants are allowed to remain open but only for takeout delivery some non essentials. We'll have the ability to conduct their operations remotely and Noor Allowed to do so and they take steps to insure their employees are equipped to work from home. So that's basically in a nutshell we can get into them. The disputed categories and you know want New Jersey and Pennsylvania and California and all these These states that have you know issues going on where to try to shut down gun stores. Of course they found out his violation of constitutional right to bear arms. No and a lot of legal. Disputes have arisen over that so we're not going to get into we're GonNa let the the legal beagles in the courts work all that stuff out and see how that goes and of course. These places are are taking the enforcement of shelter in place and Related Public Health orders very seriously. they're penalizing non essential businesses. Even now we're trying to reopen One state you know close. In accordance with Mercier's a gross misdemeanor carries five thousand dollar fine and almost a year in jail. Some violation Arizona's a class one misdemeanor lead to six months in jail and business fines up to twenty thousand dollars. Now whether you agree with what's going on there or not that's just it's nature of the beast. That's what's going on and we'll get into discussions about this here in just a little bit. Okay in fact my next question is why do people know that these are recommendations and not laws laws go through due process that has their some legal ramifications in there? On that you're right. They're not laws the orders they're considered an executive order. And that can come from your mayor can come from your governor. Governor President does not have to always come from the president. These can come from any elected official. Now read you. The the legal legal definition is is out there and this is across. The board and executive order is an order. Issued by the president of the United States the head of the executive branch of federal government or state executives or local executives this term also refers to an order issued by governor of a state. Okay an executive order and I also called a orders in council an executive order issued by the President or the teeth executive officer of a state has the force of law and it is promulgated in accordance with Applicable Law That'd be forty two United States civil section. One forty six one six if you WANNA look that up. I the objective of executive orders issued by the President or the chief executive officer of a state is to help officers and agencies of the executive branch the manage the operations within the federal government or the state government an example of a state statute using Idaho defining executive order. Now according to Idaho. Coordinate Code Excuse me. Executive Order Amisi executive order or other administrative action of the Governor Pursuant to section of Otto Code and any amendments. There too. Okay so these have. The force of law wants an executive order or directive or orders in council or a decree. So they do have the force of law but they're only temporary all right executive order maybe a directly from the governor to state agencies communicating to those agencies. The governor wants the agency to accomplish. Now when it's to an agency it does not have the force in of law and an executive order issued by the governor may require the certain actions be taken so when they give it to an agency. There help them what they want to have accomplished. Now when they put out an order to state or to the general population it does have the effect of law. So there's very simple explanation and as I tell everybody on my show. Don't totally rely. I WANNA give you go out there and educate yourself don't be don't be ignorant and not being derogatory ignorance. Means lack of knowledge don't have a lack of knowledge. Go out there and educate yourself learn what these things are. Learn what they mean. My God you've got Google use common sense when reading it. We still have libraries. That have those books. That can't be changed. Well they can be changed but there's there and you can read them. Put Your hands on. You can read in black and white so the question. We're talking about people. These are not just recommendations these hold the effect of law so there only temporary. They don't stay there forever If you've watched a lot of executive orders that the president of the United States puts in place can be can be terminated or have a limitation on 'em. He usually expire when he leaves office or his predecessor will take them away or write an order. Recinding those executive orders so there's a lot to it I can get really independent but again you know I'm not a lawyer Just like any layman out there. I have to go find this information myself. I do use the best Assets available to me I. I'll call a lawyer Alcala constitutional lawyer. I'll call and I've even gone as far as Cornell at neuro good resource. Careful getting into bias. When you start looking at some of these laws people are going to tell you what their opinion is. I don't want your opinion I want. What's in black and white okay? Moving on to question number four now this one we just saw on TV a lot of issues about it says why is it okay for government officials to get a haircut but not regular citizens very good question? Okay getting a haircut during the pandemic okay. We know that is considered a non essential business So getting that haircut during a pandemic actually crosses two lines here the first one that is obvious which the fine mayor Chicago Lori lightfoot did. She crossed the line of Vanity. Because she said I'm in the public eye I'm out in the public eye. I guess to look good. So that's crossing the line vanity. She violated her own rule. She violated what was being said by the federal government and the state government so because of her vanity and her own self importance and this goes across the line that goes across all political lines and Male and female genders. Some people are going to do it now. Okay have the influence to be able to get it done the other thing. The other line that crosses is the line of defiance and doing it in sport. Now we saw that happen in Texas with the with Senator Ted Cruz getting a haircut at the Dallas Salon to support the owner of that salon. Who defied orders to stay closed? Okay she needed to get back to work her and her hair to get back to work more money to take care of their kids. So Senator Ted Cruz and I I give him Kudos for doing this. Went Down there and he looked pretty rough going in if anybody saw the video And went and got a haircut in support of what she was doing it or of show what she was doing the defiance of the quarter. Now as we've gone along we've found. This judge is pretty much Been censured for what he did It was absolutely asinine. And the governor a governor of Texas finally put in place you know you can't punish these people for defying these orders. It's ridiculous you're hurting these people so to answer your question. Why is it okay for government officials to get haircut but not regular citizens I in the case of our first Fact that put out to you with the Chicago Mayor. It's wrong. It should not have happened because of her vanity. Everybody else around with not getting haircuts. But she thought she was special. Should've gotten one so that was wrong. But on the next hand on the other hand with the incident with Senator Cruz and The Dallas Salon. That was an act of defiance and he showed an act of support for that violence. Knock saying any of them were justified in the case of Curves yes that would justified and that kind of thing. I encourage now going up there and support your business out there if you don't agree with it that's why we have the kind of country we have. We can be defiant protested and support those who stand against these crazy rules It's kind of hard to answer this question. Clearly it's not good. It's not right it really is not right. Landing simple for government officials. Go do as a damn well please while were restricted whether it be a haircut whether it be traveling to the beach or going to parks is supposed to be closed the BLASIO. You're bad about that COAMO. That's a New York to take special privileges. Just because you're a politician to me that that tells me that You don't need to be an office anymore so anyway and that's a whole `nother show if we can get off into and I'd like to do that on On another show with some guests so they give me their viewpoints on. That are already going on the next question. What makes one person essential and another not that goes back to your essential and non essential businesses. If you work in an essential business they're going to be essential personnel. Okay if you're working in a nonessential business you can be nonessential but still be able to work. We discussed all that where there's some non essential businesses could operate remotely or like restaurants. Were there was no dining in but they could do carry out so their employees are will be essential to make that business function. Okay here's where we're going to get down in the dirt with this. Then that becomes a non essential business that will become the decision of the managers and the owners of those businesses to determine which of their employees are essential and nonessential so the basic explanation answered this question. Essential personnel are those who are required to operate and keep functioning an essential business or operation. I E grocery stores emergency services law enforcement things of that nature those that were listed in our earlier part of the segment the operate and make go essential business. Non-essential be those people who work for non essential businesses or have no support role to essential businesses. I if again everything do here. I'm GonNa tell you educate yourself go author and look ask people what their opinion is. Read up on it. But you're central personnel. Non Essential Personnel GonNa follow the same guidelines as essential and non essential businesses. Are Right now number. Six was really interesting and it got really convoluted on me because I got the into things that it leaned into whether it was a progressive viewpoint or conservative viewpoint or a constitutional authority or a constitutional Viewpoint and I finally had to dig out what was actually meant when the country was founded the. Here's the question. How do people not know that we are a republic and not a democracy okay? This is where we're going to get in and call it either factor fiction okay. This is partially factual we are republic but we are a constitutional republic. Okay we're not a democracy we're not a What was one word that I saw on here? Hold on or not till you in just a minute. one of the Progressive learning institutions. Call this a a report of democracy. No we're not. We're not a representative democracy. We are a constitutional republic We have some aspects of a democratic country in place but primarily were a republic or a constitutional republic. Now let me give you. The definition of a constitutional republic is a form of government in which a representative is elected by the people govern over them according to the rules established in the law of the land. An example of a constitutional republic is a United States form of government. Us citizens elect a president and other representatives who then govern them as the constitution directs. Them to okay so very basic explanation of a constitutional republic which is what we are. I some someone will say. Oh we've got electoral college. We don't elect them directly. Keep in mind when you go to vote the presidential election and it's the only election that way okay. Please always remember that presidential elections the only one that utilize the electoral college. Everything else on. This country is direct vote period but the electoral college is decided by the votes of the people to their electoral representatives. So and it is. It's really strange. That would get into a discussion on another show about the electoral college. And how it works and whether we need to do that or not But it was put their emperor reason they. They are still elected by the people through quote a representative. So like I said very simple in a nutshell. This is what we are. So that question was partially factual. It WASN'T FALSE REPUBLIC. But we're constitutional republic. I'm now the US government. A Constitutional Republic consists of three branches executive judicial and legislative which divide the power. The government said that no one branch becomes too powerful okay. Our our country's considered concert traditional republic but were considered that if it has a constitution that limits the government's power and the citizens choose. Choose their own heads of state and other government officials. And we do. We have a constitution. Limits THE GOVERNMENT'S POWER. Although at times it may not seem to and we freely choose our own heads of state and other government officials now course while this is how it constituted republic supposed to work in practices not always run this way There's some some republics are governed by constitutions can be ignored by the heads of state now porch and lay for the most part ours is not ignored. We have a few out there to try to ignore it. And they're quickly jerked up the types of officials in Americans correctly elect include Council Member State Representative Governors and senators Certain officials like mayors may or may not be directly elected I have yet to hear where mayor is Done Bein Electoral College Have not heard that at all nor vice heard of a mayor being appointed. Unless it's in a situation where WANNA says expired terms expired or east personally expired something like that but most Myers are are not says here. You know the president is indirectly elected by the Electoral College. The president can then to certain officials such as per Supreme Court justice. How ever the legislative branch must concern. Confirm whosoever he nominated to that position so they're still checks and balances and controls in there from the people we elected so now the difference between the two Something that we're a democracy were not like I said we're we're were actually a perfect example of a constitutional republic appeared democracy would-be a form of government. Which the leaders while elected by the people are not constrained by constitution as to his actions. Okay and a Republican ever elected officials cannot take away or violate certain rights of the people. So that's the big difference. We are not a democracy. We are a republic. We have some hints of democracy in there and we love our freedoms but we are a constitutional Republican So it would be hard and again you can educate yourself more in depth start getting into constitutional law you start getting into democratic and Republican or Democratic and Republican Law It it's so hard to get into this but I had to break it down Barney style so we would understand but we are a constitutional republic. them how to answer declare the NAT. We can get into him depth. If you'd like that we do that. We can have a whole show on being a constitutional republic. You can write me at. Vf A. M Twenty twenty at Jamal Dot Com or facebook page review military mine. And let me know if that's what you'd like for me to do a whole show on Being a Federal Republic or democracy and explain those out. Please do and for those of you who really like to get into these debates in these discussions. They must be. We're not GONNA stand her. Fight will will debate and discuss. I mean we can agree to disagree but I would love to have someone come on with me on the show. Get you all set up and you can go to my facebook page. You MILITARY MIND OR MILITARY. Mind Dot com webpage or again right via the F. A. M Twenty Twentieth Demo Dot Com. And some of your questions. Let me know if you want to go into more in depth on a constitutional republic versus democracy or a Democratic Republic. We'll go in depth or not anyway moving onto the next question This was interesting. I had to do some digging and had to go digging out and it was a very simple simple answer. Not a whole lot to it. Right number seven. Why DID OBAMA GIVE THE WUHAN LAB three hundred thirty four Megan dollars during his administration? Okay President Obama did not directly. Give the Wuhan lab three hundred and thirty four million dollars how that came about them getting that money we make contributions to the World Health Organization. Which recently president trump just stopped. All all of our money's going to the WHO of the World Health Organization now during President Obama's term. He made those payments to the. Who that we have been doing for years out of that? Subsist is money. What do you WANNA call it? Three hundred thirty four million dollars went to the Wuhan Lob lab because they applied for it. There was Award Health Organization. Now do I agree with that happening? I couldn't tell you one way or the other right now Based on what we currently see. No I don't agree with it now back then. We didn't know what was going on. We couldn't give a a good solid judgment based on the information. We had at the time. So I'm not going to bash him for that that something happened. He had no direct control over that happening. That came out of money that we have already been for several administrations giving been giving to the World Health Organization. Unfortunately three hundred thirty four million of that went to the Wuhan Lab lab. So can we blame that Administration for it? Now we cannot. Can we blame the World Health Organization? I think we can because they probably what was going on. Especially with the current evidence. We have Not necessarily circumstantial. We have some pretty solid evidence. We can blame them for that being done. Will we get it back now? We're never GONNA get back so there's no sense raising hell over it now. We just stop it from going there in and our last question in this. Why can five hundred people shop at menards Home Depot? But we're not allowed to go into our church buildings. You know what that's a damn good question I have not figured it out Now far five hundred people going into minority her home depot Most of those buildings aren't GonNa hold that number of people. Most of these companies have implemented or have been asked implement restrictions on people come into the building and they still have to practice social distancing and all that stuff that goes with the pandemic going on now as far as going into Shirk Church. That's a hot item. That is hard to handle. I don't agree with the way the governments have done it shutting the churches down to me. That's violating our rights. Her freedom of religion The only way I can answer this question is that you have government entities or individual politicians or government personnel that are overstepping those powers that were granted to us the Granted to them by the people and citizens in the United States. Hey remember me telling you about the US being a constitutional republic. These people have violated that in my viewpoint. Now I've gone into my viewpoint on this does not appear answer for you so to answer. Why can all these people going to shop at menards and not at Home Depot? But they can't go to church. I haven't been able to find an answer for that. And that's an answer with based on evidence based on back to me. There is no evidence that supports keeping people out of a church other than you're trying to strong arm people into your beliefs in your thoughts. Now that being said can we put requirements in there to go to church? Yes we can't just like any place else we did. We can ask the churches. Hey please let's reduce the number of people coming into your service. Give him social distancing and Oh do me a favor since you're going to reduce those people in that service. Why don't you go ahead and set up a second service or even a third service that way? Your can worship get to the building? Interact with folks and they're not being restricted or denied the religious rights. They're not denied. The freedom of religion has been modified slightly. Yes but you're not being denied. Unfortunately I don't think our politicians our governance realize what they did and it might be. They don't care that'll be updated y'all to find out in your local jurisdictions to what was going on but with that aspect like I said is very hard to pin down a piece of factual evidence that supports benign. People the right to go to church while we can still go into home depot and Lowe's and menards or whatever Walmart whatever big box store that we wanna go into sorry. I couldn't answer that one. But that's the way it's just the way it falls. I had to put my opinion on top of it. So bear with me. That's all right questions for day and the next two days will have eight questions on each one of those days and we'll try to get those questions answered and after shows up today. I'll get those posted on our website. 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Give you my thoughts and views from my military mind Going over these questions that we're going to be looking at for today in the next two days has really made me start thinking about what's going on around our country and how individual people in our country are reacting and sometimes it absolutely baffles me at the level of ignorance and again. I'll explain the word ignorant means to be uneducated to not have the knowledge that menu stupid. You're dumb ass although some do that it just means you don't have the knowledge required for the subject or event that's occurring and you always hear me through my show educate yourself. Don't just go by what I tell you or what somebody else tells you. Especially if you're following something that's really outside the rules Don't be that lemming following them off the hill because the only thing you do succeed in failing with those individually new the wrong way make yourself educated. I mean even in the military. We have a thing called. Nco PD noncommissioned officers professional development and we have OCD officers professional develop. These are classes that we teach each other or we have taught by a knowledgeable expert or an SME subject matter expert about the things we need to do. Do our job in the military and a lot of times those that NCO PD or that opie also covers things we do. In life financing mortgages insurance healthcare. A wide variety of things are taken care of because we're encouraged to educate ourselves to learn about what's going on and it's it's amazing that a lot of the younger Americans today. Despite having college degrees they're not educated on everyday functions. A lot of people telling US look uncool colleague. Trained idiots all day long. I've got a degree but in the process of getting my degree. I didn't forget my common tribal knowledge at in. Forget those lines that you need to do or to. You need to have to function every day just because you have a degree in liberal arts doesn't mean you know how to live out there on your own so educate yourself. Don't be that college trained idiot. Be Someone who went to college to enhance what he already knew. As common knowledge or common sense I e every step every day you should learn something new and that learning something new to enhance what already known or to improve or replace what you knew okay but it should never take away your common sense It's amazing how many of our people nowadays young and old will just follow someone blindly. Because they don't want to thank. This pandemic is one of those things. Oh my God. They called it this we have. We have to blindly follow. We can't we can't take our eyes off the into this okay. Why can't we question it? Why can't we question why we're doing some of these stupid things? Such as denying someone the right to go to church such as denying somebody the freedom to earn a living denying somebody the right to go from their house to someone else's house especially a family member. Yes I've seen it in the news and if you want proof I'll show it to you. I'll send it to you. Don't be a lemming falling off. The cliff don't blindly follow someone I tell my men and women that serve under me. Don't blindly follow something. If you have a question question it we may be making a mistake. And if we don't listen make it a little bit louder over my head and find out what's going on or grabbed me by the shoulder and take me to the side gone. Hey Sarge I. I don't think that's right. I think we're GONNA have a problem. And that's what we need to do with our politicians our leaders and our government it stop. Tell me why you're doing this. And all these people seem to be able to get their cells into scandals and waste our money. They need to go away. If you've been in government for twenty thirty forty years wasting my money and doing nothing you need to go away and I don't care what part of your are the your green or right or left red or blue or purple. It doesn't matter if you're not doing what our country needs. You need to go away. We need to become an educated constituency when need to become better educated in America. We used to be so. That's my thoughts and my little rant. I always say educate yourself be the smartest individuals out there that you can be and I ask you. Send Me Your Question Semi. Your opinions semi your outlook on things at the F. A. M. 202 zero gmail.com. GonNa website you military mind dot com it de buttoned-down nearest says comment. Send me your comments and your ideas or go to my facebook page. You MILITARY MIND. Similar your comments come out and be a guest on my show. I'd love to have especially if you're a veterinary work with. 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Worx provides inside and outside tool flexibility with 20 volt Power Share system

Techstination

00:00 sec | 1 year ago

Worx provides inside and outside tool flexibility with 20 volt Power Share system

"Welcome to text evasion. Joining us as Jean white senior product manager at works. W O, R X. Thanks for being here, gene. Fred. Thank you for having me him to light to hear a word says been really doing some innovation when it comes to its battery technology, and how it's used an variety of power tools for inside and out. Tell us about the latest strategy that you have you've moved up, I guess, to sort of a higher voltage system. Sure, we're working with twenty batteries. That is called our power share program and twenty volt batteries sit on, we practically have every tool that we make in twenty volt option. That's outdoor products. Lors trimmers hedge trimmers, and we're looking at more and more every day. And then those same batteries sit over own our powered. Hand tools, such as Sandra. We'll talk about today. Oh, drills leading tools Sol's creating much you name it. We can we can put a battery on it, and I guess the vantage is of, of using common battery system are, are pretty obvious here for for owners and they're good for worse, too, because people are gonna buy you going to stay in the works family. I guess when they're out shopping, right? Yeah. You know, years ago we, we started out as works are, are. I, I guess you'd call big project was a, a string trimmer, twenty volt string trimmer, with, with the, the battery and we were quite successful with that. And a lot of folks purchase that string trimmer loved it and had the battery. So as we started developing this power share program, every tool we offer has a battery option or just what we call. A tool only option because a lot of folks have our batteries and would rather not have to buy more batteries, if they could get some tool that they wanted and already have the battery. So that's why we try to stay with one battery platform multiple tools, but we have gotten into some bigger tools that need more power than say, twenty volt might be able to, to manage again, bigger loan more or more powerful string trimmer. So we've gotten into some forty volt platform and fifty six volt, so, yeah, that's growing, and this is the trend the cordless tool market has just exploded in the past twenty years, and as technologies with batteries, get better. Don't see the trend stopping at all just, just like with cell phones. You know, the used to have little slip phone or those. I had a car for one time. You had to carry it in like a bag for the battery, so big, but the batteries are getting better, stronger, more durable and smaller. There are times when, when if more power is needed as, as you have with one of your newer. Trimmers and yours, you can actually use to batteries instead of one, so yeah. Yeah. And that keeps you going for a longer. Well, let's talk about the. A product that really is in your wheelhouse here. You've got a brand new product called the works twenty volt power share five and one sand Sandik multi Sander give. Give us. It is. Yeah. It it's it is a sanding machine. Let's say Powerball twenty volt battery, but it's got sanding pads alternatives. So you can go from maybe let's say a picnic table that you want to repaint does just going to be a lot of paint. You want to get off. So we've got a random or pad five inch randomly that'll that'll fit. But basically, if you flip up a lever and turn it a few times, you can switch over to a quarter sheet pad. And then again, you can change over to a like detail padded always looks like the bottom of an iron to me. But that's what I'm talking about. Is that, that pad with a narrow point, and that's forgetting into close spots, you know, or right up into corners that kind of thing? And then in addition to that, we have a couple of little of attachment s- that can sit on the, the point that say of, of the deal. Pat, one of one of these attachments is a finger. Sander, it's just a really narrow little pad that can get up and just about any spot, and as an alternative. We have what we call a contour sanding attachment and it's kinda got a. Like a flexible aspect to it. So if you have to San say, spindles stare, stare spindles, or some, some convex, little surface, it'll work real well for that. Built into this. Yeah, yeah. No. The versatility. And also the convenience, sometimes like if you are outside sanding, the say, again, the picnic table out under the tree, you can make it run maybe three extension cords but it's just so much easier quicker to be able to grab the Sander, the whole kit. Take it out there. And you can do do the entire project as far as sanding. And then repainted earns any, so and a lot of folks, you know. Need sanders? They do craft work or little stuff now. And then but they don't have a lot of space. So you have like five different Sanders all that. It's all in one bag, and so it saves some space and some money to 'cause you're, you're buying one sandr- that can do so many things. So I guess what some folks might wonder is okay if I'm going to go with a battery operated. Sander like this, in my really going to be able to get the job done on a charge of I guess it depends on how big the job is. But speaking, I mean, you've designed these really run for the length of time that, that there needed. Yeah, this this Santa comes with a two hour battery. So it's got it's got a pretty good amount of run town. And of course, we do have options with, with higher voltages of batteries, forty volts or or whatever but to to stay with your question. You know, you can you can maximize the Runtime for any to really by by managing the load and with the Sander, it's especially important to remember that the pad, does the work so and the movement of the pad work pressure on the pad just makes the standard work harder. But it doesn't really help with the team. So just putting a light touch on the sand into the work we'll extend your run time. Of course. There's a lot of other bear variables the material that you're working with the grit, the level of grit on the sanding pad. The little fine takes off just a tiny little bit at a time. Doesn't doesn't drain the Sanders powers much say, a big coarse grit on a on a heavy heavy material. And then, of course, even little things like temperature and how how what speed you running. It often you turn it on and off all that kind of. Affects the run time. So I could give you maybe a range of per battery. Real heavy usage. My, you might see twenty minutes, twenty five minutes light usage, you know, conservative usage. You see, maybe forty forty five and that doesn't sound like a lot, but. With sanding. There's a lot of starting and stopping and so continuous us forty five minutes. That's a lot of saying you can convert a lot. If you never joined that Senator off and just keep going. But most looks have to stop rearrange the material, you know, rearrange, their, their how their hands positioned all that. And so that, that gives the Sander little time to rest and a battery little time to rest and books out, great and you help out to and controlling the sawdust generated here. Tell us about that. Oh, well the, the Sandra has two options for should be saying the sand. It Sander there's a bag. And the sand sodas came flow right into the bag. But if you're working inside the shop, or you really don't have to baggage all the others to disappear. There's a vacuum option. It's a little doctor that fits right? Onto the tool. And then you can hook up a dry vac or, or Saul vacuuming system and just pull that sold us right up through the through the holes in the pad and right out the back of the Sander. And to whatever's collecting it. Very handy. And you can you can have multiple batteries handy to swap out in the event. You've got a bigger job, that's going to take longer. And chances are if you've got other works tools or outdoor -ment. The you might have that extra battery on hand. Yeah. We should hope everybody does. And, and you're right think ahead, maybe have an extra battery or two on hand and, and it's a matter of the end of just pushing about in and flooding. The battery often clicking a fresh battery on, and any any configuration of a works battery in the in the twenty volt work. So we've, we've got like a one and a half empower option to our option. And we're now getting into four six our at our options. So you put a big old battery like a four or six an hour and the is going. It'll go for a while, but. The, the two point. Oh, empire battery is what comes with it. Riddick. Now tell us about the pricing and, and availability, you're all over the place. I know we're getting there, this is very new product. So it's, it's only sound found its home a couple of places so far. The Amazon has it and certainly anytime for any of our products you can go and works dot com and get it. And if you want more batteries or say drill or something just just load 'em. Hold on there. And we'll sure ship them out. So that's that my knowledge is our listing so far. We are hopeful to see it at Menards. Very soon and. I guess those that's the conversation that has the pricing. I can say, well, the without the battery you'll see it at seventy nine dollars. If you want the battery, it's going to be up in the hundred two hundred twenty dollar range again. For more info, folks can go to works dot com. It's W O R, X dot com. Gene white, thank you so much for taking the time with us. Well Fred, thank you. I tend to ramble. So if I've forgotten anything anybody need more information feel free to contact me directly or glorying, one of us at works. Now this. They shen. Hi, I'm red fish. And I've been covering consumer technology for a long time. And it takes a lot to impressment. That's why I'm excited to tell you about the latest way to enjoy cooking and the great outdoors for my friend. Patrick, Sherwin and his great team at goes on stove. What if you could harness the sun to cook your meals, anywhere you go day or night, that goes on fusion arrives this summer using the companies tried and true, reflectors, and the solar vacuum tube to get through cooking without the mess of charcoal, heavy propane tanks or smoke. And with an optional solar panel and battery storage, and the ability to plug in at home or on the road. 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Episdio #219  Velho que  velho

ChupaCast

54:02 min | Last month

Episdio #219 Velho que velho

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They're All Just Going To Be Staring At Your Nips

The Dave Ryan Show

2:25:11 hr | 3 months ago

They're All Just Going To Be Staring At Your Nips

"The song. Out Today. Plenty. Day. The. Shit I play. Okay I hate to say it but I think we're all new for especially being you see Redo for new morning show first day. For Song That Age Jingles I love yours now you're. The thing is our way better than mine, but yeah you guys have the same one for six plus months. I think though then I will work on it. I'll try to see if I can have a by the end of this week maybe tomorrow. All right. What do you got for you? I saw today went back to the two thousand, and this is fifty cents since he got. Will Smith Romantic the other day wasn't fifty cents after all. It was somebody else to say. I don't agree with that because Wilson Actually wrote the message fifty Oh. Maybe it was then I don't know. and. They're like Oh. Never mind. At that But anyway I just picked this fifty cents on twenty one questions hotel by. Twenty one question from city on Katie will be a lot of people think that he stole the hook from that from my song wet like the rain because he goes girl and my song girl. You're right I. Want your pants on the floor. Girts 'cause you know the story by my Song, wet like the rain. You know if you could refresh me. That'd be great girl. You. Make me all. Swing. Like a really really sweaty something our make love to you all night in the car watching control these feelings Noah try, but I just can't. On can't control his feelings. I have deep inside my pants, not like all the other girls you know, it's no brainer girl. Take off your flip flops while I take my retaining. Girl you be the Momma Bear Annabi Your Cubby. A girl got a legend know you're given me a Chubby and one of the postage stamp of fix to you letter, and then a want to take off, swin. Same Bureau. So. Bad. Coffee Cup and I'll be the cream of you can be my vegetable Annabi you'll. You be the grand. Canyon be the. You can be the space shuttle album explosions early. Only Games player, scrabble, maybe Jenga. You can be my bowling ball. Get ready for thing. You can be my salad which you know I'm going to toss. You'll mcnugget. DIP IT in your. Face. Oh. Walked. Can't get away. She girl the history behind that song was way way way back in the day. I knew this Guy Rich Kid. Dad was Dr Pierre. Charles Jefferson. Yeah. Ever, center and his dad was a rich doctor at all. This recording equipment set up spare bedroom, so I told him that. If we may be helping, record the song we played on the radio, so r.i.p Charles Jefferson. Thanks for your help with that. Song Samples save a prayer by Duran Duran. The only part, the only part that in age while in that song the both in the door. You can't get away. To Trust me. Yeah, times have changed back then. It was like that's going to baby. It's cold outside. It's kind of the same idea. have another drink. Stay here. He drinking. How are you? It's Katie wbz, a little rain outside the Dave Ryan in the morning shoe in the forecast today it's supposed to be a decent later today at just got a little sprinkle coolest down a little bit Last night. I had a dilemma one of those guys to see what you would have done some feed the cat and feeding the dog. Obviously there's a cat food and canned of dog food so I feed Roger The cat food that I pull out another without looking at the label lifebeat at to Josie, I look at the edit and it before I handed to Josie, I realized I just Fed Josie, cat food, urinary problem, cat food, so I'm like. Do I stick it back in the can and stuff in the fridge. Then again dogs will eat absolutely, and as you know, the later favorite snack is in the litterbox so the they'll eat anything they don't. They're like. Wait a second. This is cat food. No, thank you so I'm like it's not going to hurt her to give her cat food one time, so I gave her the cat food. Would you have put it back in the in the can stuck in the fridge. No, it happens here, here's you. Don't do any dude on dry food at all. We do in the morning. Get Dry in the morning to get wet food at night. That's cool. What classy! No idea the kids out of the House so. The food, the food feeding. Yeah a little bit, so you would have been okay with actally left at. One time who cares last night was such a cool moment I put on. INSTAGRAM, Carson had a friend over to jam in the basement of Guitar Player Shout Out Russ and Russ came over, and they went down to the basement. Carson place drums and I said can I come down and watch. He's like absolutely not. But I have had to. down. I saw your video. You slither around I'd. Do cracks indoors. I took video on my instagram. Dave Ryan Katie Wbz than he did, and then later went down and screw it I said you know what if I was at my friend's house and we were in the basement, doing something cool I would eventually expect mom or dad to come down and say hi, so eventually I did I came all the way. Hey, you must be Russ and he's like yeah, and he was like you know he was fine with. It came down to become jam with you. Guys did offer. Up Plug it in making electric. You know so anyway will see that on instagram. Dave Ryan Katie WB Fallon had a rough night last night. Because apparently it was either the baby or Jake. That wouldn't sleep through the night. The baby the. Baby Okay Yeah I mean long story short. I don't know what's going on with her. She is up i. mean constantly so I got the Jake was about to lose it so I went and laid the recliner and let her sleep on me for like two hours, and then he and then tagged him back in. And I? Don't know what's going on. I mean she could be. Teething could be all these things, but like every other baby and my mom group. They sleep through the night and she was up twice last night. What a horrible monochrome! Every night. It's been getting worse. She was she went through for few months like two or three months. It was great. She maybe got up one time a night. Now all the time and I think because now. She's old enough to know and we've trained her that. She knows we'll come running, or you're not supposed to do that or you're supposed to let them sit in there and cry to learn to console themselves. Is Different, we were. We let her cry for ten to twelve minutes and used to work. And now that's child play for her two thousand. Just revving up, so then we feel guilty. We're like well. How long do we let her cry but we also are not going to keep living like this so were very confused. Yeah, I don't remember. I don't remember what my kids were. That age can't give you any advice old school. They'd say light them cry. Them shows back to sleep. They need to learn to console themselves. Urban on their lips they. T than to be get some Jim beam and revenue under gum. About to get her some what do people use Melatonin? Melatonin. Your your Hollywood News Jimmy. Fallon is back in the studio. Did you hear about this? Video I haven't I didn't watch it last night, but I know that I was like. One of the signs is going to be when he goes back. Studio New, York has done really really well, and they had like zero deaths for the last couple of days and very few relatively few new cases in other states. It's like Rachel like wildfire, I. Think California's closing back up again on backwards right? Yeah, because people. Just you know I don't i. don't know It's it's. There's an anti mass rally down in Florida, yesterday and Florida's one of the states is on fire so. So anyway It's cool. I get a little clip of Jimmy Fallon on the dirt page Stephen Back in the studio. 'cause I guess he's been doing the show from his house for a really long time like three or four months now and then. Jimmy Fallon now back in the studio. As you can see, we are back in the studio at Thirty Rockefeller Plaza here in New, York, city and as a New Yorker I want to say, thank you to everyone who helped. Get us back to where we are now wearing masks social distancing washing hands quarantining it all helps. And to all the state's going through the tough parts right now. Our friends in Florida Arizona Texas, California, all over the South I. Know How hard it is and. I'M NOT GONNA. Lie To you throw off. But I guess I'm here to show you that there is a light at the end of the tunnel if we all do our part to keep each other safe. You know he's not a preachy kind of a guy like he's not going to say. You need to wear your mass, but he kind of subtly drop that in like we do our part to keep each other safe we. I don't I just. Like all the stuff, but there was an article. I saw this morning where it listed the changes they've made and how it could be a permit. Change a lot of areas for late night. Talk shows moving forward. I need article, but I was curious like literally said should be fallon made. You're saying. Yeah, he's the first want to go back and I go back. I don't know that he has. Has Guests. I didn't know that the roots were on the roots were at home or what, but he was back in the studio, and he did the show without a studio audience with guests, and with roots for a week, or maybe a couple of days, and it was like. NOPE, YOU'RE GONNA. Go home to do. That was way back in March or early March somewhere around there. I'm not sure. Is Are they. When will they ever have studio audiences again? You know it's the same thing with anything like sports movies concerts all that, so we'll see. I will say the only thing with with everything. Going on is sometimes you gotta have a friend of the show on, and I did want to invite either a couple times Steve First appearance. Of Men, I once met him once. He just a guy who would randomly call into the show as names. Gerald and he went to tell us about his experience buying couch on facebook marketplace. Hi Gerald Oh heather, fellow. How are you hi day? Gerald, thanks for coming in so I was gonna buy a couch for my nephew on facebook because he's moving into his apartment, so it's going to get them a couch so I go onto facebook and I. wouldn't you know what I forgot my log in? The send me Your Password so then I forget what the email password, so it took me about an hour finally figured out that him on facebook marketplace. Now I had in mind a kind of the The leather couch 'cause we had the one with Dupont stain master on it, but it just doesn't really work after about four or five ketchup and milkshake stains. The DEPAN stained master does. Does it really work anymore southend? This lady down the Lakeville and she's got herself a leather couch now first of all I always get Lakeville mixed up whether it's north or south of the twin cities. So well, I finally figured out itself down by Northfield. Drive down by Northfield. Get in! The car doesn't start up. Guess where the battery clips are at my wife's work. She left him at her workplace because last winter. A coworker of hers named Mary Kept Cards started some Mary so then so it again anyway, I get in the car and drive down there finally getting started up and then I get the GPS. Guess what's not working now the GPS working right. Now, so you did end up getting a couch from the. I was going to get to that party couple of seconds, so it's a really nice well anyway. I thought it was going to be nice. Then I get down there and I pull up in front of this house in Lakeville, which is a nice suburb that'd be real, good great couch and I. Get up sure enough. The phone rings just as I'm getting out of the car. Guess who it is. Mary from Work Mary Mary from Word Pollen Math Oh because he's got it mixed up with by wives photo. So, she just called the catch. She's going up cowboy checks for hog meeting. As a member of the Harley owners group, Hog channing. Cowboy Jack wants to bring my wife along. WHO DRIVES AN IDIOT SCOUT? And I'm like that's not even a Harley. We're talking about again. Okay what happened to marry, but you just got to the house to get the couch. You found basic marketplace on my way back I went to Lowe's let me tell, Ya, that place is the wild, whereas and there's nobody wearing a mask over so when we. Did eventually. Go inside the house, and the lady was so nice. He says now I've made you some coffee. Do you want to come in for some coffee? And I said I only drink. You're right. I. Don't even know that is. Of Time. Get going because anyway. I got couch on facebook and it is delightful. Yet did eventually get that? Yes, animated trip lows got myself a brand. New Tape measure wasn't sure whether to get the twelve or twenty. So. We have Gerald but I just get to. Girl thank you so much the worst storyteller of all time Lakeville is that North or South, so. Can Quick. Shot himself in the neck with a crossbow getting blood all over again feet covered exciting career in the emergency services field. More ear and thirty, June twelve three I have a magazine stuck in my behind, and I can't seem to get known. Okay, remain calm. How did you get a maglev stuck in your behind him I Well, somebody must live on the couch and I sat down on it and yeah. Somebody over your real quaking. Privately somebody I don't know nine one one emergency y'all gonna come quick mitzvahs welding together a goal car. Garage on fire on Pornos in there. That's right you to train for an exciting career as an Indiana nine one one operator. Nine one. Emergency the. Horseshoes somehow in the process we lost our bottle. We got a whole Kasur full of Hamm's beer and we can't open, we are. Seeing. Kelly right with pain. And he passed out, and his hand went right through my Bill Alvin painting. Homerun! I. Just want to know. What over window get paid for an exciting job that will give you. Lots of stories to tell become an Indiana nine one one operator. A little extra money than text that word for the summer stimulus, you can win this text that to two hundred two hundred. What's the word check C. H. E. K.. Eight o'clock to do that. Check text that to two hundred two hundred all right so in the news and some dirt here a couple of different things going on first of all they did find naira Rivera's. This is share of speaking at a press conference. We won't play the whole thing, but this is the official. report as you know since last Wednesday. We've been here late Hiroo. Searching for NYRA Rivera. We know from speaking with her son. And he and swam in the lake together at some point during their journey, it was during that time that her son described. Being helped into the boat by Nyah. He told investigators that he looked back and saw her disappear. Under the surface of the water. Today are search teams have recovered a body in the lake. We're confident. The body we found is that of naira. She was founded in northeastern portion of the lake. Near the surface of the water. Depth of the water in that area is is between thirty five and sixty feet deep. And there's heavy rush and trees. On the lake bed there? There was no indication of foul play. And no indication. This was a suicide. Sad and confirms that she did indeed drown. In News The redskins are no longer the redskins. They haven't revealed their new team name, but they finally gave in to pressure which they should have done awhile while ago in my opinion. And they agreed to change their name, but they're not telling you what the name is because they don't want somebody to steal it and run out and get a copyright on it before they can, so we'll find out soon what that name is! This is really interesting, so the director of the two thousand two scooby. Doo movie wanted to have Velma. So there's Velma the short one short hair glasses they wanted. Wanted to have her more out as lesbian. The director wanted to have more out as far as their sexuality, but the people who hold all the trademark and the rights and all that stuff like No knocking to let you do that Ricky Martin was upset because he got famous before he came out of the closet. This is interesting, too, because for a long time. We didn't know Ricky Martin was gay. This is Ricky Martin talked about how he wasn't happy about all that. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, nine, I was the king of the world. My music was all over the world regardless of which. To High Five God. I was in living to the fullest I. was sad. I was depressed and then I I started writing my. I got to the place I was fighting as I was reading my book between saying I mind Gay, bisexual, And then I said. You're gay. And I wrote it and I percents, and then I cried like crazy. And inference super happy ever since good. You know this so interesting because you'll ricky Martin came out. We're like Oh and he's gay. And what about you know? We lose interest pretty quickly. It's like Oh that's interesting. What's next because it doesn't seem like a shock, but I think it's still interesting how somebody would find it difficult to come out a sex symbol for women. Absolutely. Oh, totally yeah. I think that's probably you know one of the things that makes it hard for some Hollywood stars to come out his. If there a sex symbol, then they don't WanNa lose that base or whatever you're selling one thing and they're like live and lying to you right? Yeah, this is kind of kind of weird, is a of anti mask rally in Florida in Windermere Florida and here is a twenty five second clip of this insanity. Here we go. As police officers. We wanted to stand out right now. A single woman who is running this grilled cheese business. This is her dream and all she is doing is standing up for the rights of people to make their own medical decisions, okay. It's exhausting. It's exhausting and I. Have Friends that don't WanNa. Wear masks and I love them just like. I have friends that are not the same political leanings as me and I love them, but it's just frustrating that you can't get people to change their mind. Opposite where the mass only protected them then you're right. I wouldn't care at all. I will be cool then you know you. You do to make your own medical decisions, but by not wearing one. You're not making medical decisions for yourself. You're making medical decisions for other people's. Stuff where I don't care that. The Chinese company has my information because of Tiktok, but some people are really really upset, because it's like that's my rights. That's my privacy and it's the same thing with these people are guessing doing remember early in the whole pandemic, there were like an mask. Don't do any good, and then we found out all masks and actually do a whole lot of good so. It's Kinda like I mean we've been over this ground a million times and I hate to harp on it because every time we do. Somebody gets mad and I know that you don't listen to the radio to get mad. You listened to it for us to pick up and make you feel good. Song prepared Fiso. We do. Yes, it's not unusual. But added. Bazzi, thanks dancing with the stars. Your Mom's favorite show on TV loves that has acts Tom Bergeron Erin, Andrews so Here's some outtakes. Tom and Erin from the show I don't know why, but here they are. Flipped number or The stars results are alive. Tom Lakes Cross perjury. My. Never thank. We're back spinning attacked by the light. Couple will be eliminated in the rest of US will start drinking. That sounds five. You did your vote by score part you know what the Hell I mean at the end of this dress rehearsal. Let's go okay, that's enough. That's enough that. I don't know that anyone cares about Erin but tom is such a great host. Longer, I thought. On dancing with the stars fifteen season, yeah, I still remember the time that I sent in a clip to America's funniest videos and Tom Bergeron was the host and I send clip of Carson. He was upstairs, playing on his little baby drum set. I like to move it. move it I like to move it. Move It. He's playing the drums I sneaked up with a video camera and I sent that. Never played it and I would watch that show and I'd be like. My clip is just as putting the. Maybe so mad. This is a kind of cute little thing. We're all feeling this little girls quarantine meltdown and she says the only thing open is nothing. Here's a little clip of this girl's meltdown. Well. All the way down to the to go anywhere cause a shutdown that. Way. My. Pick up Jones in the drive through. Try To. The board to waiver. On the plane. Be Boring and now. Now. This. because. Outdoors to be shut down and the only other. Only only thing that isn't shut is nothing. If you want the ice cream truck Steve's neighborhood. Don't even get me started I wish. Why are you annoyed about the ice cream truck? Maybe the young kids neighborhood. I thought there was. The ICE cream truck couple of times a week. We do and my my thing that noise me as You go faster than two miles an hour I'm happy that you're being careful for all the children out there and you WANNA. Make sure there's plenty of time about the children there be. Time, for the kids to hear the sound and get their money and run out. There's no way that no one misses the sound. Food. That's what sounds to me. It's the devil music snake charmer. I know that it's a it's a Yankee. doodle do do do do it plays over and over Sinner Cossack. Karen, can I just say you're complaining? Karen, because the drive, the driver goes to slow through the neighborhood take. For Dad on the block to call nine one one nine miles an hour through the neighborhood, Hayes racing I swear to God. He reached down. He was on two wheels as he turned around in the back of the cold attack. Let me, talk to your manager. GonNa talk to the Ice Cream, guy and make sure that he comes to your neighborhood. You can feel just how. They will be out. There has never guessed emerge pitcher s I would. Bomb pop all over the place. Yeah, one of those ones with the cone, the chocolate and ninety by ninety buddies. No. They're called nutty Buddy's someplace. I think they have multiple names. nutty buddy's like the chocolate bar, not the ice cream to. Agree I'll look it up. nutty buddy. Ice Cream. Everybody listening knows you're wasting your time. Iceland. What's that thing where you make hamburger ground beef? You put it in a loaf pan with. What is a MEATLOAF? No I don't think it's a MEATLOAF. I think it's called something else. Anybody and it says Muddy Bites, but I don't. Drums DRUMSTICKS! You're that's right and one more. If you that the closed down, Hong Kong Disneyland or Disney world has the viruses kicking back in again there however Florida Disneyworld is still open, but if you want a photo of yourself on a Disney ride during the pandemic, you better follow the rules because Disney is refusing to sell ride photos to people who were at Matt wearing a mask while on the ride, so if you are on the ride if you are on splash mountain. Mountain if you're on big thunder, Mountain Railroad, and you want your picture taken at the end, and you want to buy it, and they look at you and they go Yeah, you're not wearing a mask in this picture. Sorry, so mask up. Okay, first of all. It's a quick just few tax. We have received number one day people to the reason. You probably weren't picked on funniest videos because it would cost too much money to secure the music rights that song. Steve People are backing you up. Someone said my ice cream. Lady comes at nine o'clock on Sunday nights really leaving. This is I'm going back Steve Up. My sister lives in Rogers to and it took that ice cream an our go mile. It seemed lighted. We went for a walk and we walked faster than he drove. It drives me insane because it follows you loud and can hear it down three. When I was a kid, I lived out in the country. The ice cream truck did not ever come to our house as advert, I go, visit my cousin Brian in Westminster Colorado, and there comes the ice cream truck and I was like war Oh. My God this is better than Santa. This is so cool and there it is. Let's get a bomb pop. Speaking of which I, knew my cousin. Brian was rich because he had a trampoline in the backyard. And it turned out all these years later, he wasn't rich. They were just as like financially around the area that we were. His Dad was a manager at Kmart is mobbed and work and I thought they were rich because they had a trampoline in the backyard. You ever for friend that you thought Oh my. God they were rich. Didn't you mentioned the other? Other day, they have brand named Soda instead of like Fago. brand-name Soda Fanta Top one having just cable TV in general was a top, so you thought they were rich. Yeah, I think they were my wealthier friends to be fair, but I thought they were just loaded, and he said she thought anybody was rich to. They've lived in a two story house. I kinda funny Joey Deeper Jetta. He thought his family was rich, because they always had like new furniture and TV's and everything like that, and then I found out that his dad worked at an electronics store, and you get all the dense stuff. Yeah, what did you when you were a kid? Let me ask you this question. You can text me or call me I'd rather hear your voice because I love the sound of your voice it just it just makes me feel all warm entailing. Call me at six, five, one, nine, eight nine. Katie WB and tell me what you were certain. Somebody was rich because they had one of my brothers ran bill, Tillman. They were Kinda rich, but they had a drum set in their basement. Why and I knew all and you know what else? They had a permanent basis ball hoop, not one of those that. I don't think they had plexiglass, but it was the one that was embedded the cement on the driveway, and they had steve a cement driveway. A hotdog they had the drum set and the Senate driveway. What made you think that your friend was rich? When you were kid, I'd love to hear from you. Call me six five one nine eight nine K. D. WB. This should be interesting his now. We're like okay. They weren't rich. They were just as broke as our family was. They splurged on and above ground pool, or whatever text me kwb one. That's our short code or call me so I can hear your voice. We haven't caught up in a while. Six, five, one, nine, eight, nine Katie wbz the money in the change jar. This morning is now. Now Up to eight dollars and twenty five cents, so for Chair Trivia hang on for that when we got a great group therapy on the way, and plus we're still giving you a thousand bucks for that summer stimulus. There's a lot of things going on the radio station starting to wake back up a little, we were in a Peaceful Kovic. Slumber Ver- While we are back in action and I'm going to tell you one more thing. We heard you and you said stop playing the same three songs over and over, and we're like we were like. Narrow bummer plays way too much I'm like what I love that song and people like to, but stop playing it so much, so we've kind of revised. We're still playing the number by the biggest hit music. There is the new stuff some of the throwbacks whatever, but we heard you and we're not gonNA. Play the same three songs over and over so you'll. You'll hear some throwback exterior favorite songs because we are the twin cities number one hit music station, but I want to let you know that you know what thanks change with the Times a little bit, and as you listen more people listening to the radio because they're more at home so that you won't hear hot girl bummer every twenty minutes. I promise you. I understand okay. Thank you for understanding me. So I was talking about what I would go, visit my cousin Brian in Westminster Colorado. They had a trampoline and I thought owed day Oh and you know what else. What? Well? Because his dad was a manager K., they got toys to Discount Ryan's base, but was loaded with every board game. You could ever imagine into tire wall fat and I'm like Oh my God is so rich now you. You get older. You realize how his dad probably made about as much money. As my dad, my mom didn't work. His mom didn't work back in the day, so we said what made your friend seem rich? When you were a kid that we got a bird text messages in? Here's one cool lunchboxes, your another one. My friend had a cleaning lady. I never heard of such a thing. And like Jenny also people with two story houses. You thought they were rich. Here's one I thought my friend was rich when they had high speed Internet, and I still had dial up internet at home another tax decatur. You'll be one. My neighbor had to baseball gloves, a catcher's Mitt and a regular MC. How could he afford that and possible? People on the phone with stories here, Maggie. Maggie by the way. Thanks for calling the show I appreciate that. What do you today Maggie? decided to work okay gotcha. You've been working through this whole thing. Why was on maternity? Leave for a good chunk of it, which is kind of Nice, but back now. Good I'm glad you're listening to us on the way and I appreciate that baby when you were a kid, Maggie. Why did you know your friend was rich? Because he had gushers. Yes. Snack Oh. We know, are Oh. Yeah, kids grew up with gushers to. Kill. Offering cheap snacks, the not as good one. The ones that came together like when you've been until air came out. Gosh. Not Geysers small one proof. Thank? You have a great day, okay? Jason is on the phone. I know. Jason but Jason's back. He's calling the show hi Jason. Doing. Their first time caller love got I. appreciate that where you calling from Jason. Wayne Minnesota. It's beautiful up there. Can you see Inoka from your front porch I work in an Oak? Oh my God. When you were a kid, what made you know? Your friend was rich Jason? So and I think this did means people who are rich back then you know those like remote control cars that you can sit in. Yes, and stuff like when my friends siblings had that I was like wow, that is so cool and I think if you're rich. I was a kid, but nowadays are like super cheap so like maybe they got away with something. Right, thanks Jason have a great day. Thank mats on the phone Matt. Good to hear from you, Matt, what are you doing? Are you going to work staying home? What are you doing? Just got to work. Okay Gotcha Matt. When you were kid, you had a friend who you knew was reached because they'd had a what. actually I was GONNA. Call him because I remember when I was younger. Other people thought my family's rich. we had a five storey house split level, and they thought we were rich, because it was just a huge house, my parents built it hand. So you weren't rich, but you're inside Oh my God. Match got a big house. He must be loaded. Yeah I had a had a couple of friends. I would bring over and a couple of them over the years it Take stuff because they thought we wouldn't miss. Guys. We'll think about that. Would you have done the same thing if you'd known a fruit rich friend and he's got something really cool like a brand new. Slinky brand ball by slinky's all tangled up. I'm GonNa, Steal Match Slinky. Cranky out of would. Your Dad made everything all. My my parents have brilliant, but I also remember when I was little I thought people were rich. If they have pop because we never had popper soda, we never did either who laid family for life over here. We had kool-aid all the time Matt, and once in a while of company was coming, or it was Thanksgiving or Christmas. We get Shasta the cheap stuff. It was like seven cents a can that would save the letters root beer or cola or lemon lives like dead sheriff sheriff's. We were rich my. When I had friends come over, and he'd like well can drink. Water. That are how matt. Thanks for calling. We have racial on phone Rachel. We're talking about things that you saw at your friend's house. That made you know they were rich. When you were a kid, somebody said they had an above ground pool another one many playhouse that her dad built for his side to play in. That was Taylor her cousin. And if they had kid sized versions of couches or chairs I thought they were rich. What made you think your friends were rich? They lived in a townhouse and I thought it was just one giant. Why we only went to one section of it. And he was like Oh. My God, they're so richly the size of their house. I WANNA move there. I love it. Wow, thanks for calling. I'm forty now again. Penalties from facebook while I'm Elizabeth kind of some. We've had when they had snacks. good snacks like Kudos, bars and bags of name-brand chips on the my mom would never buy I'm holly says being members of the country club I felt pretty cool when I got to go swimming there with friends probably. So. Yeah Jennifer Fridge with water cars that ran every day living out extended family. Katie says. A power wheel vehicle, which is kind of what the other guy said when he called and Jessica said. Kids who had cold lunches that consisted of things like gushers fruit by the foot and Capri Sun the good stuff. Yeah, and anyone how to pull, says Jalen. Chris air conditioning even today. My Mom refuses to have a unit installed. She thinks that some kind of unnecessary extravagant conditionally have Megan and Sam on the phone. They both have good ones to Meghan. This is funny things that you thought made your friend rich when you were kid, Megan, what did you see? whenever I was growing up I would never have a ride anywhere because my parents were Kinda just like we don't want to use up our gas or anywhere, so if your friends had a parent that could drive anywhere was no exception and that was kind of like. God they can afford Gas Meghan. That's funny. Sam last one webster at time for this kind of renew changed our trivia, so if you want to win the money and the Change Jar did play Trivia call me at six, five, one, nine eight nine Katie There's eight dollars and twenty five cents in their Sam last one. What did you see your friend? Had that made him sure you made sure they were rich. My friends at Got Lisa Frank, notebooks and folders. Mechanical Pencil Oh my God the Frank Lisa Frank you guys went absolutely. Crazy brightly colored. Have a tigers and stuff on there like you'd see folders or notebooks for back to school or lunchboxes. It's still popular like neon colors, aggressive animals. And it was yeah. Yeah, that's funny. Sam I remember. When I was in school, I had my brothers hand-me-down lunchboxes because Y-. Y MOM wasn't GonNa get me of blue lunchbox because Carl's old lunchbox was just fine. They get a new lunchbox. Did you get a new box? Yeah, that is one thing I. got got new lunchbox. The MOM JERRY CI rich very like watching the pennies on the pencils folders. She knew when the sales were. And stuff. That lunchbox was how you friends xactly Wait the lunchboxes how you got friends. How did you manipulate people into liking? Because of a lunchbox, you had a quote lunchbox. People would like. Notice it and talk about it, but it's like I always had to show up with the like the fabric bag that zipper a zipper suzy, the VALCO top or had a paperback. My parents never gave me a call lunchbox. It was always lame, and Risch, was the Richie rich neighbor? We'd orange juice from concentrate the frozen. Water Suite. Two Levels Warehouse House. Steve was so rich. Remember that time your mom brought bagels. Dear Birthday party at school. Cupcake all the other parents get out of here. Okay, it's changed. Our Trivia on Katie would be that we gotta do therapy I need you to call me somebody at six five, one nine eight nine K., d., wbz real warm up with a couple of questions here change our trivia. You can play for real, found or doing a warm-up round and here we go. What is a female cat called? Cat! Now! The answer is Queen. seriously. I learned today. Resin aggressive with the sound effects us much gas a woman in the nineteen twenties that dressed behave boldly laver. Dave right away at any. The. Said women of the nineteen twenties unlike okay. He's GonNa be talking about flap. What type of birds are the stars of the two thousand six animated film? Happy feet, he went. Very good job. You say Penguins Penguins, you redneck. It's penguins, is it? Is it a W. P. E. N.? Penguin. Say It with me. Now hand one. CanNot England. U-HAUL next one okay. What is the first American film to show a toilet flushing? Yeah, Psycho. Dave. A paper clip in France is called what since it resembles that a musical instrument in the same shape trombone? Really. He's got no idea. Ready to play with a person on the phone. Their name is Stacey in Minneapolis A. Stacey. Stacey all bright, eyed and bushy tailed. What do you got going on today? I just finished a five pay L. Down work. For you? That's awesome. What what do you do with five K N, just like a casual five, K. I've been training for a marathon so I'm doing twenty seven thirty. So twenty seven minutes. As I've ever run a full on Vk I am not fast. Are you doing twin cities marathon virtually? Okay Gotcha. I think I'm doing ten miler so all right here. We go stacy five questions. You get three questions right? You are the winner of the Change Jar with eight dollars and twenty five cents here comes questioned one. Question what was the scarecrow in the wizard of Oz lacking? Bring. Good Good New Hampshire New York and Massachusetts are the three states that border what state. Why. Jersey okay. A nurse takes a person's radio pulse by feeling what parts of their body. Got Holy Cow. Attic intelligent. Do, you know. That's a win our. Don't worry. I've never been able to do. A cartwheel cannot get the physics down. Hey, year winter. Do you want the money in the change? Jar Eight dollars and twenty five century want to pass it on to tomorrow's winner. Thank you so much to change shark. Tomorrow goes up. Probably another dollar, or so sounds like Dave. You think he's making this up. Really Changed Jar with eight dollars twenty five cents put another dollar so in there for tomorrow on the Change Jar will do. We're going to group therapy I think she's just getting the group therapy person you know it's just as I vamp for her, does she gets therapy person on hold yesterday, Fallon. You were talking about how you couldn't didn't get that House that you really want in your heart broken and you. You said it had like a good size yard because he wanted to be the house that the kids go to. Yes, I think that's no longer true. The Yard doesn't matter. That's not why I wanted I know. I didn't I didn't take into account. The Yard as kids come over well, just the cool house. It's not having the cool house with all the cool treats and snacks. It's the how good your Internet is. Shot don't i. don't disbelieve you read this. Did you hear this is from personal experience? We have kids that live across the street from us, and they have Internet that I. Guess is not very good for the last couple days I would get home and I'd be like. Why are you guys sitting launchers in our garage? And I'm like. What are you guys doing? And I just thought like I didn't get it, and then I found that one of them asked me like Hey Steve. What is your Wifi Password as That are Internet is better than their Internet. Yes, so they've been coming over to our house to play games. That's hilarious on their phones and I'm like I. Mean I don't blame fence because kids don't really do anything active anymore. That is sitting on the couch and. Their phone really kind of do yeah, cozy couch, good Internet. Yeah, so if you have like bad internet, or if you want all the kids to leave, we you know you. Do you just turn off the Internet and they're all going to leave. person. Okay, we've got somebody on the phone for group therapy. Let's check it out. Find out what they your. Show? It's Tonya. Tonya. Thanks for trusting. US with your problem. We've done tons of group therapies over the years and usually somebody listening to this show is like I've been down that road before. This is what I would tell tiny to do Tanya good morning. Morning is I. Have No idea what your group therapy question is about. So, what do you got today Tanya? I'm having some issues I'm dating spike. Is True. Love my life? But he has his friends who is really catchy. And it's not like I think he does eat legal with her to like. Really, explain them just go into like a different example. Please do yes, so basically. You're worried because you boyfriend. He's great, but his friend. His best friend is sketchy. What what! I to talk hanging out with them He. Okay so I. Ain't him go to dinner. He'll have. Like his susic something, be wrong at Khalek. Make up so that he gets a free meal, but things like that like He'll just say like Oh. You got my order wrong like I'm not paying for this or it's freezing every single time we go. He wants to get a discount. Free Food So. He's. He's foods, not really cold or the wrong order. It's just he blames the. Restaurant until they finally cop his meal. Every day when I brought it up to my boyfriend, he was like no I. Think you're seeing dramatic. And then one time recently, he actually brought I saw him do this. He brought at piece of hair down here and just put it into his boot. Dog Hair. Down here. Okay, so then what was the servers reaction? When he pulls out the dog hair from the plate then he got his food comped. And they were really affect can save for like I didn't know where this came from, and then It was just the whole. It was just so horrible the top, then I. Yeah, it's just his. This guy is awful. Okay, so that's sketchy. Example number one, but there's gotta be more to it. Okay Okay like you know that industrial toilet paper that you have that you can get at the mall. You don't have the people have those like. Big, Volk toilet sleepers that you can. Take from like I father something. Okay bipolar paper. He always has like that. Affect people from. A mall or something? Okay is there anything else? I. Mean do back So. This is I think this is probably the worst one, so he actually has to twitter account. one of them. Is it down and then another one in just controlling? And Like one time recently, he'll bully people at one time I saw I saw what his name was when my wife wasn't working. and. I saw that he was trolling. Chrissy Teigen was saying stuff like they're stupid cow. Like your. Just weary, affordable apple thing for no reason. So, your worry is that you don't care about the the boyfriends buddy because you're not going to change him. That's the problem. You're more concerned that your boyfriend has such poor judgment that he's going out with a guy who's a idiot like this and you're worried that that's what are you worried about? Because I mean, I, don't have any friend. Brenton was a little sketchy here and there, but nothing like that was just like funny sketchy because he had a transmission in his tub. Tub and a weight bench. Oh, he did go the buffet. One time with a diaper bag got kicked out of the thanks, the Fried Chicken, right? Yeah! He went to the buffet with a diaper bag brand new diaper bag. Tania and he was filling it up with food because he could get free food. And then the manager kicked him and his girlfriend out, but that's like I. kind of thought. It was funny. I don't know what is your boyfriend? Say about this stuff. He was old. That's you know that's just how he is. You know this guy says like third grade. They've really got a really long time. They went through high school and college better, so they've been. He's just I. Keep justifies he does, but I think at this point. We lived together. Really close like me and my boyfriend I believe he's the one and I think I'm starting to feel like okay. You just not respecting my opinion, or you're not trusting my gut. I don't think he's ever GonNa. I don't know I don't think he's ever GonNa. Dump. Buddy if he acknowledges his buddies adduced then I think that's okay. I think most people have. At least one sketchy friend. But I, understand also like. You. Know the old saying like you are who you surround yourself with, so she doesn't want her boyfriend to be surrounded by someone so sketchy I get it. If all of his friends are like that it'd be a little bit more concerned for all of his friends like that or just sounds like it's just this guy, Tanya Now. It's just this one guy anything. It's just so bad it's he's always around. I have a call from house to house has an opinion on this okay houses back? We need your opinion. House says she's got a boyfriend and she loves him. She thinks he's the one the love of her life, but he always scams restaurants to try to get a free meal, com. He what was the other one? He put a dog dog hair in the plate one time to get a free meal. Twitter Account Eight. Twitter. We Control Christie. Called fat cow, and he trolls other people, and so, and what was the last one that I? Forget what she said? It was the worst one. Well now works right. She said was. The twitter steals toilet paper from work. Oh, yeah, what do you think house is? It'd be. Should she just kind of ignore it and move on? Or what do you think? So why? Shot up Oh my God. I don't what we all got friends. There stayed here in air, but What be quiet minute. Make your man happy. We should do oh. That's. All right if you want to give her some advice, maybe you've been down this road before, and you had a boyfriend who had the shady friend and it was past the point of funny, because it used to be maybe kind of funny time. You sounds like, but it's not so funny anymore because you don't want this guy around. If you guys ended up being together permanently, do live together now, or you've seen each other Tanya. Now we live together. We've been six months lease. We've been through the pandemic together like we've yeah we. We've been through a lot together. Who's this guy and let's call him what to do. She guy's name Keith Keith. Chat. Okay, so Chad does Chad come over a lot. Does he crash on the couch? Because maybe he apartment like you know, the screwed me up and they've changed the keys of the locks in my door. Does he come over and crashed under couch? Yeah. I would say. A month he. And he'll be there for days of time and say and everything got in a fight with his girlfriend but I've never met this girl before, and I'm like how I. Don't even think live with with her. Okay, he's like the category. I had friends like this that would. They would leave after the weekend. They say don't worry I change the sheets in my guest room. and. You'd be like you're not coming back here next weekend and eventually ended up back here. So what do you think so? Tanya got a boyfriend that she really likes, but he's got this best friend. That's kind of kind of sketchy I mean lot sketchy. So, what do you think? Would you tell her? Get over? A lot of people say this is the dumbest group therapy. As long as boyfriend knows his limits, and he knows what the friend is. A friend is doing fine. Move on someone. Someone said Oh, someone who steals that much will eventually still from her to I. Don't know if that's true, but maybe it is, but I but no one wants to hang around. Someone like that all the time. How how ICKY would it be? If every time you went to dinner with your friend? They did that bit to get a free meal. Yeah, that'd be awesome I would not want to be around. Someone like that means that there's going to be an opera part every dinner you go to. Go to dinner with you so much anyway, you're a couple. Go go by yourself. All right. What do you think Texas at Katie WB one or call us with advice? What should she do? Her Boyfriend's best buddy is around their life all the time and he's Kinda sketchy and she doesn't like it. She doesn't want her boyfriend to be influenced by this guy. What do you think have you been announced wrote down this road before calming or text me. Six, five, one, nine, eight nine Katie wbz. Take shot up menards because menards sponsor group therapy today, so shout out menards. You can usually save like eleven percent. You can save big money at menards Vallon de mining big. MENARDS? We've got a problem here Tania's boyfriend that she loves. She thinks he's the one, but he's had a sketchy boyfriend were on the schedule. Boyfriend Chad just for fun. Chad does things like every time he goes to a restaurant. He tries to scam the meal by even place in a dog hair in the food, complaining about being wrong order until eventually they go server so sorry. We're GONNA copper mill and they thought they think that's really cool. Tiny doesn't think it's so cool. He has a twitter account for his own personal use. Then one that's just a troll that he uses to troll other accounts like local people local sports figures. He called Chrissy. TEIGEN BIG FAT cow. Obviously and then he steals toilet paper from work, but okay I mean that was just it by itself? and then he also seems to crash on the couch once in a while. She just doesn't want him around, so we're finding out from people. What should she do been down this road before molly is up I at six, five, one, nine, nine. Katie Hi Molly. Night. What would you tell Tanya about her boyfriend? Tell her in the exact same situation. What happened? So it was my ex boyfriend and I was with him for I stayed with him for seven long. Years. Off Right up with that I paid for his ex girlfriend's car. And his best friend was Bainian. Has An actual name Zenia. which they were together. It was it was a game changers. Damien would say jump and he would say how high to your boyfriend was okay. When when Damian wasn't a when the devil would be around, they get in trouble together. Exactly and he was a totally different person. Talk about it. Did you try to change it? Because Tanya's trying to figure out I mean she doesn't want to lose the guy. She's trying to figure out how to make it better. Can't you make it better? I did try I did and said like I don't like it when you hang around Damian. He's my best friend. And then all they would reminisce. About was like way back when. They'd go way back when they couldn't move forward from their path, so that was a big red flag. I think that's true for anyone like a guy. That's like a guy or a girl. That's like I. Remember when I was the football the. quarterback team star this and that people that live in the past. That's trouble. A lot of the end that we all have that one brand is typically because you do go back to high school or something together. But that. Usually time you go different directions that sounds like. In this case, they are in your case. They weren't either. Hey thanks Molly Sarah is on the phone with some advice for Tania. Tania's boyfriend is He's fine, but it's his best friend. That hangs out all the time. That's sketchy. She doesn't like the influence. She doesn't like him part of their lives. So what should she do Sarah? So. a therapist and so I help a lot of people with similar issues with this. And I think what I would recommend for her to set some boundaries sounds like she has tried to have those conversations with her boyfriend about not liking the trend thinking he and I really hasn't gotten very far I would. I would recommend re setting boundaries with her boyfriend and letting him know. Like case if you want to hang out with him, that's fine, but here's here's the boundaries of when he can had our place. And I don't WanNa go out with him. I want to minimize my time around him. and that way she can. She can spend less time with friends and on the way to make his own choices of the Brent. Still Fun time with him. I I think a really good compromise. Because it's to tell someone just you have to end the friendship so out at least is like. Hey, this is about me. Now wanted to waste my time on this person and then hoping. Maybe they'll realize they shouldn't waste their time on person. Eventually we like to tax that look very have very personal stories on this says it's ridiculous. My boyfriend had a sketchy friend, but he was doing math. Instilling money from people so I told my boyfriend. He can't be around and my boyfriend and I said. Said has spoken to him since so this guy wants a free meal. Who Cares? He's not hurting anyone. She needs to understand. It's her boyfriend's good friend. If you don't like him, then go to dinner with. Don't go to dinner or be around when he comes over or tell your boyfriend. You don't feel comfortable with them at your house and have them hang out somewhere else. said that, basically, unless they're doing the extreme like meth and stealing their case than it's not anything. That's one person's point, Jennifer on the phone. Hey Jennifer last call have time. Take on this Mambo. What do you want to tell Tanya about her boyfriend with sketchy best friend? So I had a similar situation where I seen a guy who was actually a police officer. And I. Love of my and everything was great, but he had a best friend who is also a police officer. And he was a recovering alcoholic and They were really close, and in the beginning was fine. He would come everywhere with us. We always had to hang out, but he started. His friends started getting jealous that we would go fishing out him. Oh No! It's came to the point where. My husband, we got married. He ended up moving out and chose his best friend over me. Because they were doing some sketchy stuff You know they'd hang around with. But. Stuff mean rallies. He was married and had kids and family and And then afterwards he calls me and he said I realized that. My friend is just awful and all the stuff and tried to get back with me, and and it didn't work but I just think that there's so many red flags that if he's not falling the boundaries that you're setting like you ain't guate- and get out before. You know what bearded me out about. Your story was that the friend would get jealous when your own partner would go fishing or something and not include him. That's that's kind of frightening that somebody who's really controlling. Very possessive. You went through all that. And it was interesting because his wife so his friend's wife was okay with all of this. Oh Friends Mary too I assume people single. How must control his wife who he was trying to control you and your husband think about how controlling me must have been with his wife like. Don't tell me where I can go and can't go wow! Thanks. Thanks for the stories I. Appreciate It if you want to do. Group therapy brought to you by menards. Then send an email to Ryan show at Katie Dot Com. Sometimes when you hear group therapy, you go, you know I should talk should write to him about my problem, but please do because we'd love to hear from you. And if you don't WanNa, be on the radio. We can just read your email if you don't mind being on the radio. which phone number get John Next Week? Send email to Ryan show at. At KWB DOT, com found my favorite website of the day why it is a website where you can i. don't want to give it away too much, but you can generate something that would be really cool if it really happened, but if you don't like what it generates, you can hit. Do it again until you get when you really like. I'll tell you what it is in a second, and if you want preview, follow me on twitter because I already tweeted the website Dave Ryan Katie Wbz, we'll be back in a second. Four. T by. Absolutely love this story. missing all the big music festivals this summer. Well, maybe this'll help. Somebody created a website that randomly generates mass nineties musical festivals that you can actually watch. Here's how it works. This guy compiled a huge lists of acts. The did music festivals back then and when you click on the side, you automatically get a festival load with dozens of bands on two stages. You don't like your choices. You Click generate again to get a new festival with the click of a button. Here's the best part when you click on the band's name. You can watch video of them performing at some festival in the nineties. Missing from legit festival is like eight dollar bottle water, and that stank the kind of comes. Yeah, the stink of the PORTA Potty, the sweaty people next to you right and there's something for everybody. Let me just do one randomly right now, so I tweeted out the web link Dave Ryan Katie would be so. Here's the first one that comes up random It is called the the mad dog twenty twenty stage nineties festival red. Hot, Chili peppers headliners tool queens of the stone age. smashmouth can't Jesusa I remember how you say that. Sex pistols and then there's a bunch that you might not have heard of, but that's how music festivals are. It's always like bands that you've never heard before. Are we going okay? Regenerate Redo. Regenerate another music festival. It only takes a split second here, Fallon, but not on this computer here. We got Red Hot Chili peppers. Till the headliners. Rem is up there too simple minds. Death Tones Live Dwight Yoakam, the four of us dark psychosis, Big Star culture in a bunch of other ones you haven't heard of. Them okay going to generate another one. It generates another list of of of festival I'm looking forward to one female being on any of these less than lamest, more set or something. I don't think it's going to be on this one. Here's corn with rage against the machine your. fish and midnight oil. That was pretty cool minus fish. Kayla give now here. We go foul fallon. Here's your. FIRST OF ALL MOBY! Atlanta's Morissette Thank Smash Mouth. More and fountains of Wayne. Fees Bomb Guy. showed up a lot in this. Psalm diggity in the nineties. They really were bombed. DIGGITY! Here's another generated randomly generated festival green day rage against the machine. Alanis Morissette. Barenaked. Ladies and Mazzy Star. Maisy Star. You got it and I actually just listened to a macy's star Song. This weekend and I'm like Yeah I. Just I'm Naked Ladies Song over the weekend. Maybe one more. This is this is something you can do all day. The great thing is then you can click on the act and go see a live concert video festival. Hate that, know here. We go this one with the roots. Chemical Brothers, the prodigy, simple minds, new order rem and blink one eighty two. Ask a bad vans warped for. Chechnya's vans warped for after ninety-six. Be like this one again. This is a website that randomly generates a fictional music festival. It generates poster at a you. Click on the band want to Daft Punk van Morrison Atlanta's at Jackson Browne. The cores affects twins and supergrass. Nah No. You guys are really targeting. Had it, but valued slowly lost it? All it's just the algorithms, really this one coolio, metallica, bare, naked ladies, Elvis Costello and the pixies. To show ever. been polled, five on Ben Folds Five I. Love Cheese a brick. Down Jenny went down a black hole last night, and she got me on board because I think her sister found it, and then she went down the black hole. Johnny, who who will help avoid what is it? Well actually I saw molly that you work and cities ninety seven posts about it, so there's all these instagram's being made right now. Where it's a bunch of pictures of a certain animal, so the one I found was what car how are you and so? It's all these pictures of cows, and then there's a name associated with it, so you sit, and you scroll through hundreds of posts to find which call you are, and then there's now one for sloth in pandas in dogs and I sent Fallon one. That's a guy. Fieri vary, and it's just like this new trend. Starting these instagram's show, wait, it'll spit out a bunch of cows, and you scroll the find out which cow looks like you or you'll going to any instagram page racy all the posts and it's just all cows, and then written with like cheap text font on the picture as a name. Sea Scrolls. Grow scroll until you find Dave and I found Falun on the dog one, but it was spelled like Jimmy Fallon but I. GET YOU'RE GONNA get some weird name, so people weird name like mine. You still might be able to find your name and Jenny couldn't find me or steve on the cows really. WanNa look the dog on right now and surprised. You couldn't find Steve feels like a combination of Jenny submitted us must be more interesting than it sounds on the radio because I'm listening to it. I haven't seen the picture yet, but it's worth going to check out because Johnny was like at a six hour rabbit hole on it last night. You are like I'm a little dog. That's holding a bundle of flowers Tina's little dog, and a Popcorn Cup debut on I can describe the cow that was for your name we used. Cow who was both I also went in different directions. was wearing a little Santa Hat. Okay! I WanNa see it all right. Okay okay I'll find on Dave's dirt There is a documentary planned on this huge nineties early. Two Thousands Act and I will tell you all about it. My daughter Allison is going to be so excited. This is not as exciting as her baby. That's coming in two weeks, but it's pretty darn exciting about a documentary on banned from the nineties and early two thousands will cover that coming up next on Dave's dirt. Matt from. Wisconsin and now it's time for Dave stor on one zero one point three Katie wbz courtesy of country hearth breads did. And I talked to the manager over country hearth. They said they get the bread to the store within thirty minutes, and when it comes out of the oven now. I made that fact up. Wouldn't it be warmed putting like I said it's totally made up, but my point is they get it. They're like really fast. That's why it's really really fresh. Kelly's talk country hearth Brad because my wife has thing where she always Kinda squeezes the bread, a little bit packaged, and it's how you know, and I've never squeezed the country hearth ability bread, and had it not be like soft and perfect. Well, let's hope not. Can you imagine like wow, Dang? That's like a bowling ball. Fresh. Spice Girls. Twenty fifth anniversary is going to be the focus of an upcoming documentary set to air this. Stu- soon. I don't know about what exactly win. Girl powered will look at the quarter century since the single wannabe turned all the spice girls into worldwide celebrities your job now to call him when a crave twenty five dollar gift card is to name all five spice girls. Call me now at six, five, one, nine, eight nine. Katie WB and after you do you have to sing wannabe in your best middle school rendition? Because if they were big when you were in middle, school or Alison, love spice girls when she was about eight or ten, so you'd have to call me name all five spice girls name. And then. My want spice names. Yes, spice names. Yeah, obviously, and then you have to sing, so tell you what I want. What I really really well, so tell me what you want. What you really really want WanNa. I WANNA I wanna do that for me. It went crave twenty five dollar gift card. Totally worth it, so call me at six, five, one, nine, eight, nine. Katie able to be able to do that right now. Thanks to crave for helping us out with those gift cards. The rumors are surfing once again that they were gonNA. Do a reunion tour in Europe! Four of the five. Never. Know, she's GonNa ruin everything. That want to do it, she. She doesn't to do what she doesn't need to do it. She doesn't want to go back and visit the P- ask. There's a little bit of like. Desperation when a band goes back and does something like that. She's not desperate anymore. Those desperate. What are they called the combat new kids on the. Desperation tour twenty twenty canceled like Hey. Hey, hey, Yo member with a new kids on the block and. Staff. Believe money. Yeah, that's right. Hanging tough was one of the worst songs of the twentieth century, but you loved it when you were eight. Because you didn't know. No better Dave do that, okay? It was a good song, was not it had a police whistle elated Steve and saw they had a police whistle in. It is great our. With the police. Ages because that is the most terrifying driving and there's a song. Playing has a police siren background like all right? I have Kaley on the phone Dave. Kaley is on the phone, Kaley to one and twenty five dollar gift card. How old are you Kelly? Can I can i. just ask you that. I am going to be twenty days in two weeks. You are exactly my daughter, Allison's age. You Probably Watch spice world on vhs over and over two, didn't you? not only. Pretended to be the spice girls and had applied over who that'd be JV I think. She's pretty young. That wasn't Middle School for Allison I was Middle School for like eight Yeah Yep Okay Kaley Gimme. All five spice girls spice names. That sadie Jerry Gender. And of course now your rendition of WanNa be here we go. All Right If you WANNA, be Momma. With My. With friends. Love it good job at you're a winter. You've got a tweet. Crave twenty five dollars Gift Card. Don't laugh at me. He literally cannot even give you one line without giving you back up vocals. He was waiting for his moment pie. Really WanNA. Play to what is a better song. Okay, wannabes, the big spice girl saw. They had other songs. Kaley give me another spice girls song that we should play. Say. You'll be. There is also a favourite, but yeah to become one is. Okay. We should play one. Union. That would like some factor in my life. We definitely found the right spice. Girls Fan on the phone for sure I'm so bummed. Out. After this and they are going to free their minds out because I cannot wait for the secondary to come out. No, kidding. Very socially distance viewing, party together. I love it. Can we play to become one? She absolutely thank you. Yeah! They had some love. Now I'm back for more moms like you are not now young lady or not GonNa deal that song as off limits. We're GONNA listen to some crosby stills, and Nash now somewhere music. It's Katie be the Dave Ryan in the morning show. We're doing days dirt. We got off of the spice girls documentary I'm going to give you an update right now. On my big favourite been show yellowstone with Kevin. Costner Oh Dang. It got good with the girl in the Kayak and the lawyer who did not see that common fail. AUSE fast me I. I didn't either and more surprises are in store for you, Dave. More surprises are in store season one day for season two point seven I think. Are they. Ignore. It goes three seasons. I think they were GONNA do shoot season number four by. The coronavirus, so not sure. dirt of course brought to you by country. Hearth breads, a couple of other quick things here. This is Charlie's Thera and thinks she might have a ghost in her house. And she's not the only one, but she was on the Fallon show last night. Here is Charlie stare and talking about the ghost in her house with animals and I think there is you learn and I think it's one of the best ways to learn. Embassy is to have animals do to take care of them and care for them so I was I was playing with it? Oh, my God what! Earthquake I don't know I just I just shot a spitball through the cameras. I don't know if you've seen well I do magic. Now I do zoom magic. myemma ghost. Well. You'RE GONNA. Have to deal with that of drives me crazy, but you guys are. Back in his studio now so I didn't see it last night, but apparently the first time in months he's no longer broadcasting from in front of those filing cabinets or under his kids stairs He is back in the studio, so he's the first one to go back It's not that everything is over but new. York is doing much better I think for. For the first time since March, they had zero virus deaths in the last couple of days. We had I think to in the last day or so in Minnesota. Am I wrong about that I? Think it's just too so we're doing a whole lot better. However there, hot spots in the country California shut back down again with California being so big like New York. Seems in California like. Are you serious? Look at New York has done. Why can't we do that here? They're just frustrated and then you worry, too with New York doing so well. Do they start relaxing maybe out like all the other areas have and they have to go backwards again I. Don't know that you know you just don't know whatever people predict remember. Nobody's really predicted everything exactly right now. I just have not so they've gotten almost everything wrong. Predicting the future is really difficult. Louis Cataldi needed help an emergency late last week. Here's what happened. He was on a train. and. He was. Upset at the Cafe Carver's out of commission, no cafe car so is it a grumbling? He took action. He sent a tweet to. Domino's pizza's official account said he needed help with an urgent request. Domino's saw the tweet from Louis Cataldi met him at the next. Stop at a huge pizza. Wait for him. That's funny. Is that awesome and it's like he didn't bitch. He didn't fuss. Arm Lewis pulled the door open, so he took advantage of his fable. Little bit definitely still took advantage of it because if you tweeted like so. Allen try that right now. I'm going to say. Caribou coffee, daddy bear needs a I. Don't know Coffee with room for Skim, and see what happens, Fallon. Do you think if anyone were to say daddy bear to Caribou coffee? They wouldn't be squeezed out and NOPE. We ain't going there. You go back and look later like Oh, they're account as an existing. If I. saw a tweet like that and I was the social media manager. It'd be like if we went there. We'd end up in the basement and a whole. Too, far. Okay, we don't have a basement here at the radio station. Has One. Underground parking garage. The one of the guys from mythbusters grant has died at the age of forty nine. He was not one of the main two guys, but if you recognize him you. If you saw me recognize him forty nine years old a he basically was an electrical engineer in robot, assist and work for Lucasfilm's t h as an industrial light and magic division, so he was extremely intelligent and talented yet a brain aneurysm and he died and just disad. The remember the Central Park Care, and this is really interesting. What developed here? She was the one who there was a guy who happened to be African American. And that's part of the story. He's a bird watcher so kind of a nerd. He's in central park now. He always carries dog treats along with him because he likes to lure dogs over that art on a leash to piss off the person. person that didn't bring the dog on a leash. Not teach them a lesson like keep your dog on a leash. So he sees this woman, and he lures the dog over with a treat and she gets mad. She's rough on the dog. He's holding up a cell phone getting the whole thing she calls. The police calls nine one one and says there's an African American man assaulting me in Central Park. Well here's where it is. Her name is Amy Cooper. She is charged with falsely reporting an incident and could face up to a year in jail if convicted. She's already been fired from her job and temporarily lost custody of her dog. The guy who she's complaining about his name is Christian Cooper. Bird watcher. He says this. She's already paid a steep price. That's not enough of a deterrent to others. Bringing her more misery just seems like piling on, so he's being very gracious about our think. She's really lost everything already. I mean she probably deserves. Would you say I would say probably more than she deserves? She lost her job. She's lost a reputation. She's lost her privacy. Yeah, I mean. That's worse than jail. Don't you think? She wouldn't she wouldn't get a year of jail. No? More, so even than losing her job. Getting a job is unless she changes her name. That I. Mean People Know Her name now and is looked her up. You'd find it that story so quickly. Well, think about if she came to work at your workplace. Let's say she shows up. You'd be like she looks familiar. And then before you now it's somebody would say. She's the woman in the video, so no matter where she goes I mean you can say that. She's been punished enough. But some people might discreet. What do you think? Dr Faucher. The White House Corona. Virus Adviser, who has been push on the sidelines lately, says the US dramatic rise because the country didn't completely shut down. Earlier in the pandemic. We had about thirty thousand new cases a day. But that fell and hit a plateau plateau of about twenty thousand new cases daily. started to reopen in late April through June. The numbers went up again the seven day. Average cases in the US is now more than fifty nine thousand new cases per day. And basically he says we didn't shut down entirely. We need to draw back a few yards and say okay. We can't stay shut down forever. You GotTa shut down, but you've got to gradually reopen, so you know we're still living with this. And they're saying right now. THAT MIAMI, infectious disease experts say that Miami is the new Wu Han. That the, it's the epicenter for the virus in the United States. That's so scary really is. Okay so they announced the Redskins announced today. We are announcing. We're retiring the Redskins name and logo upon completion of this review. He added that he's working with head coach, Ron, Rivera, odd new name and logo design. They haven't announced it yet because they're worried that if they say hey, we're going to be the I. Don't know the wolves that somebody would say. Oh, well copyrighted that one copy the logo can't use that one by the way the Atlanta Braves said in a letter to season ticket holders. The team will not be changing its name, but is looking into the future of the fans Tomahawk Chop. So. Maybe I'm wrong, and maybe you can set me straight, but the difference between braves and Indians and Redskins is braves and Indians. Mascot. The you get what I mean. A native American is not a mascot, but it's not a derogatory term, so you've got. Carson was like well. Did they get a change like Indian motorcycle? They can't call it Indian motorcycle anymore I said you know what it might come to that. It might, but Indian is not a derogatory term where redskin absolutely is. What's going to be? Is In twenty years kids that are five years old now. They're going to go. You're kidding me. Once had a team called the freaking redskin. Twenty twenty exactly you didn't change that. Till twenty twenty holy cow visit amazing and the look back, and they'll go I can't believe you ever wore a shirt that said redskins with a picture of an Indian on. That's crazy. All right in other dirt I love this one. This is probably my favorite one of my favorite stories of the day This is a little girl. She's all upset about the quarantine shutting everything down. Play this really quick then we'll take a break. Teen is going to tell you about her swimsuit and what she did in the shower, so. All the way down. Anyway I still. Think? that. John's in the drive through. Su Muslim. At the. On the plane round there won't be boring and now I. Just got there because everything. Also. Down and the only thing. Is Nothing. I loved it affected her favorite restaurant. Is Mc Donald's? Good Point, we'll be back with your summer stimulus money at about nine five five six minutes away. We're going to have your keyword to text in to get your summer stimulus. Get whatever you want. Thousand dollars of found money do that coming up. Don't move, and then Tina has got a dilemma and a little something. She did in the shower and she wants to run it by you and see whether you've ever done this. It's coming up. Next might as well do to get a chance. Get a thousand dollars a mad money. What are you gonNA blow on this? But his mad money fallon? Because seconds I have one and it's weird Janai to ride it together we need to. We can ride off into the sunset. Where's your baby? During all this the back right car just like. Hold the car seat in my right arm. GotTa plan for it. A little scooter thing at a target of three hundred dollars. It says it has eighteen mile radius. That's how far can go and go up to fifteen miles an hour. Three hundred bucks I'd buy two of them. Maybe even three K. with your thousand dollars get attack. That word in bills do not pay your bills with it. If I find out, you've paid your bills with it going to be annoyed by some top shelf vodka stock up on top shelf. Expensive Vodka you can buy. Probably somebody would say grey goose, but I'm sure there's something even fancier than that. When on no, you get the Phillips in the plastic bottle of the good stuff. Good stuff. You know, it's good, 'cause you still feel it the next day. Am I right text that were bills to two, hundred, two, hundred or somebody else is going to get your money. It's kind of like getting out of line at Burger. King just before they say. Can I take your order, please somebody else steps up worse yet. You order. Somebody else comes up and takes your order. That's fighting actions. Right? Somebody else take your order. Tax Bills to two hundred two hundred in a second. We're GONNA talk to Tina. What web girl Tina doesn't come on Tuesdays because she here today. Oh, she did right now, so Tina I. Know that you're Kinda worried about something going on this weekend and so there's kind of a backstory to it, so Tina I can't tell your story. You Stephen I should probably stay out of the story and let you Jenny and Fallon tell this whole story. Okay, so I was chatting with Fallon yesterday at the end of the show, and we were chatting about. Swimsuits is I'm going to a cab in this weekend and you know I'm a girl. We get a little bit. Self conscious in the summer when it's time for bathing, SUIT SEASON WE WANNA. Make sure we're looking Q. You're trying to find that one bathing suit that makes you look the best. They can possibly look so you know I'm like you know feeling a little nervous about this weekender. Whatever but I bought a swimsuit and I actually recommended the same swimsuit to Fallon I buy it on a sauce and I'm like it's. It's so great. It's like stretchy and comfy. And Fallon experienced a problem when she went on her vacation and I'm experiencing the same problem currently well, it was a great dating recommendation because it's like this stretchy material, citizen section you as much so I get in the pool family vacation kids all around, and I was already nervous about this. Is this thin material side got I went to the bathroom. You could see. The ladies! Like any dark features, the ladies might have you could see. My headlights is what I'm saying. They were out so I bought the same suit, but in white and I. Never. Good. I tried it on and I. Look in the Mirror to be. Good or not and I was like are those. Girls. But I couldn't really tell so. I made a decision I was like I gotta wear my swimsuit in the shower to see what it looks like. I love. You took your swimsuit in the shower. This is such an other world. Two guys. We have no idea I've never done. That would never think that have to do that. What happened here? You could see them you can't. Take hold you by being of that Stan Sil- is pink, so there's no way you're white. Wouldn't I would say it's like a fifty three percent see through? So this is kind of like remind myself. Don't wear dark underwear when wearing white shorts. Them through there, so you have darker parts of your body that can shine right through the white swimsuit. Candidate share Ken. I'm like no idea that's not the part of my body. I'm trying to draw my attention to at this present moment so now. I have to figure out what I'm doing. My what swimsuit but I think I need to return company where maybe not? You. Put bandaids over your Seriously what do you? What do you do? Is there a solution for this or you just kind of CARE I? Know I honestly I debated. Do I wear? Some covers Lok some covers over the girl. pasties over the ladies, but then are they gonNA. Come off when I get in the water. Flower Floating, maybe I'm wrong, maybe our insecure, but I swear, it seems like no man is ever insecure and all women. Even if they're like a model, they're insecurity bathing suit. Sh that has to be because I think Oh, I heard someone say the other day that every girl has somebody else's ideal body, so while somebody might look at me and be like wow. Tina looks great I'm looking at Jenny and being like wow. Jenny looks amazing and we're never satisfied. And we all are super self conscious, even though we've probably all a great. I think big as a guy I remember being in my apartment, swimming pool and I had a couple of friends over both girls and I was so embarrassed, because I was like so skinny, and Pale that I didn't take my shirt off at the pool so I. Think guys kind of go through that, too, but not as bad, but not as bad for sure, and then I think it's guys get older. They think it's either kind of funny or kind of masculine to be like you know what? What care how that I look in my swimsuit? This is what I learned I was at Wisconsin dells about ten years ago and I looked around at some people with very average bodies, very average bodies. They said they don't they don't care. They don't care I. don't care and they don't care. That's when I realized that nobody cares, but I totally get it when you're younger especially and you're comparing yourself. Always compare yourself down. Compare yourself to somebody who's like not as good looking swimsuit as you are. Like that's so much easier said than done because we're we naturally comparisons people that are a million times more attractive than. It I went to Hawaii. It felt good about myself. I don't know what it was about that trip. I felt like everyone like it was easier for me to compare myself down on that trip, and it was like should I move here? where I live. So Tina. You're going to return the bathing suit. Or do I try the pasty idea and keep the suit because it's a cute sitting there. You need to be on group. Therapy guys great questions, is it all those bathing suits like a fallon? You have the experience. Is it just this bathing suit company that now I mean there are other ones, but this seems to be especially the lighter the color, the more trouble. You're probably GONNA. Be In new idea. Take Sharpie. They hearts out of them dot. It's like fashion. I love that idea. Thanks to you know we're going to be on the edge of our seat. Knowing how you work this whole problem out what his cabin weekend with girls this coming weekend this weekend. Are you in Jenny going to the same thing? No, no I have a Bachelorette party and she's gone with a group of friends so -Sconsin I bring my air pump in for Johnny, so she could. Blow Bull Riding Float Yeah. You guys got me not for my birthday. A couple of years ago. I've never used it so I am pulled. Teen of people are saying they have pad paddles. I think they've met pads or whatever to wear to cover, and they will not come off can use those new triangular pads in normal swim tops. Maybe no, there's nowhere to insert. Sid You get an extra cup pads and a cut a small hole in the bathing suit and put them in the swimsuit. Think that'd be more noticeable. That sounds like a lining said I think that I think it's pasties. PASTIES fall off. They fall off. Do you have only the one bathing suit? No I have other ones but I just like this one. I looked hand can I ask you a serious? Serious question that sounds probably different than I than I wanted to sound. Why do you? Why do you care? Why don't you just go like you know what so what you can see him? Is that just not you yeah? I mean I guess I don't know. It's more like I'm already in a swimsuit. Do I need more attention drawn more parts of my body, yes. Yes, you do. The answer is yes. Are you just being with friends of yours? Who Will Not Care? They'll laugh at. Just. Are you worried you're going to run into a bike? A boatful? The guys guys are there, too. It's my like longtime group of friends so again like I. don't even know why I'm not nervous. I've known most of them for like ten plus years. It's fine better listening now, and they're all just going to be. Stare your nets the entire. Day. The day thank you. For. What just when you're starting to feel a little bit better about your situation, here comes fallon to remind you that originally staring the entire time Tina. Good luck and everybody in the world's GonNa Watch for Tina's weekend and five. Five point one. Point. One thanks Tina speaking of trip. We got this summer virtual road trip coming up in a second I'M GONNA. Get you on the road. We're going to get you off somewhere I'm going to give you directions. You've gotTA. Tell me where I sent. If you can do it, we're GONNA. Get you a fifty dollar noodles and company gift, Card of all the lobster, Mac and cheese. You get with that stuff next on Katie wbz. Stay here on the summer. Summer Virtual Road trip. Let's do the summer virtual road trip right now on K. D. WB I'm GonNa get you in your car. What do you ride now? Let's see picture your car. Make your details of your car like what's in Your Cup holders right now. Is it change? Is it coffee stains? Is it crumbs from crackers in the back seat what he got? The back seat is clean back there. The goldfish crackers French fries gummy bear smashed in. The back of my car when my kids, I might one of the treats in the back of my car. Was Carson smeared an ice cream cone all over the back seat. And on the door and it stayed there for a long time days. All Right? I'm GonNa, send you on a summer road trip in your car. You're in the car. You're with the family you're driving along. You'RE GONNA. Get on thirty five. You're GONNA head south. You're going south. You go past those three jets that are done by Otani that point straight up in the air. You know what I'm talking about the air. It's like little airport there, right? Steve I could never figure out whether three air force jets sticking straight up the air down there i. don't know because like a little airport, but I. Don't know dog that reason so anyway you go down. You get all the way down to scenic Albert Lee. There's a big lake down there. You look at the lake you go. And we're going to turn West on interstate ninety. Going West on interstate ninety. I think it made the wrong direction because you could have gone toward Austin and visited the spam museum, but let's just or whatever you start seeing all these wall drugs signs wall drug wall drug all the way across South Dakota. You go through Sioux Falls. You go through Mitchell. Do not stop the corn powder that palace. It's a massive. Massive disappointment off the already there the go and don't get off the interstate except to get gas and some snacks. Now you stop at a gas station to get your favorite road trip snacks which are chilli cheese, fritos and a coke zero day. Okay very good. Now you're back in the car you go through. Kimball you go through chamberlain, you're all the way across. South Dakota. You're still on interstate ninety. You have to stop because you saw the signs. You have to stop at wall drug you go and get your souvenirs. You get your ice, cream and wall, drug and then. The family wants to go under rapid city. You're like A-. We're turning south at a wall drug on interstate, two forty on a highway to forty. What's the first tourist destination? Get to when you turn south out a wall. South Dakota on on highway. Two forty, two forty peach I got I got my. Are you in Georgia all of a sudden fallon. Am I know you're not. YOU STARTED IN SOUTH START MINNESOTA? You're in south. Dakota Year in wall to wall drug. You say you ain't going to rapid city. Kids get the car. We're going south on to forty. What's the first tourist destination? You get to come in south out of to forty? Dude any real. Near, this is the question. This is the real. Don't blurt it out. You know anyway it anyway. I literally thought we were going to Florida for a second I gotTa Guess Okay I'm GonNa text? Stat Jenny the answer because I did not give the answer. In advance so figuring that out. I have a better thing for us to figure out. What does that Falun Hey I'm on the noodles and company Menu. So. It's a fifty dollar gift card we have for this. Do you guys want like Asian vibes? You want Alyan Vibe talion can do that or MAC and cheese vibes. National Mac and cheese week or day or something like that say Asian though Steve Oh. Okay, do you want the growed orange chicken low main? The Japanese Pan Noodles the Pad Thai. Artist Spicy Korean beef noodle. Choices. Maybe twenty percent Asian I'm GonNA lean toward Asia. And why are you laughing? Are You Jealous? You're jealous. I've never heard how basic how do I love Pattaya? Create I'm afraid of change. and. Basic Mac and cheese. It says it's coming soon, but they have a hand angry a which is maybe cheese, MAC and cheese coming more that boy looks good. To. Have your friend Jamie from animal crossing. is on the phone Jamie who also plays animal crossing is on the phone. She's eligible to win just because we play animal crossing. She's a friend of the show Jamie Good Morning. What's Your Island? have is as far as the star rating right now Jamie. Stuck in for Oh. Now. What does that mean stuck at four? You're doing okay. You're doing okay. You know what I did last night I transplanted a bunch of money trees I made them into a money tree Grove Oud. Have you transplanted money trees yet? The. You know that you're supposed to bury thirty thousand because potentially turn into ninety thousand Bills Watch. On it! Jamie I'M GONNA. Put you on a summer road trip. What's the car you're traveling in? Okay in the dodge journey. You've got family. You're packed in there. You head south on thirty five. You take a left. You're going West on ninety. Go through Sioux Falls. You go to wall to wall drug. Get some ice cream and the kids say we want to go to rapid city. You said Wayne going rapid city. We're getting onto forty. We're headed south. What's the first tourist trap you go to? Go South on to forty. National Headlines National Park is absolutely. Yes. Florida not in Florida. No Fallon was wrong. Jamie winter you're GonNa go to noodles and company with a fifty dollar gift. Card okay. Very happy I will see you online on my best friend's list on animal crossing. Thanks Jamie. Friends is have a great day. You too. Her island yet, Dave. We visited each other's island. Yeah! Nicer better than mine. I'm not a designer I don't get it. I have enough trouble just hitting rock and catching fish. Like hitting on Steve. It's amazing if you hit a rock with a shovel or a hatchet. Gold and or might come out on. That's nice so when I walked around. The neighborhood and Chan hasn't on a walk I. Look at Iraq randomly. Go I wonder if I hit it with a shovel. What would pop out of their athletes officer Dave? Thank you coming up. We have some good news for you. We've done the research. We're GONNA. Find some good news for you coming up in a couple of minutes pod. What a one point three Katie. We do have some good news for you. Sometimes like I say to dig a little bit deeper, but if you look hard enough, you're gonna find the good news. The good news in Minnesota I mean it's never good news when anybody dies of the virus, but the death toll is definitely down so That's kind of good news and New York I think the last couple of days have seen zero new deaths from the corona virus so in other places. There's a lot of hot spots, so but here have some good news. pandemic is really made. People recognize the value of small businesses, and since it started. Eighty percents. Of Us, have a very intentionally bought something from a small business. They thought they would have bought from a larger online chain before like Amazon or whatever and so there's another one so there's that were supporting small businesses more because we're becoming more aware Amazon doesn't need our support. Amazon's doing just fine. Thriving more than ever right now. But your local little shops in the you know I don't know whether this is true, but I heard that ABC and toy zone. Enchant Hasson is closing down I. Hope it's not true. Has such a charming little neighborhood toy store locally owned? But you know they were probably really struggling during the pandemic so I hope it's not true anyway. Make sure you patronize your small businesses. I know it's easier to drive into a big giant big box store, but try to do something else I in New Zealand they've officially lifted all restrictions after no new cases for two weeks, no new cases for two weeks. MAZING, considering everything, we hear every day from every other area I wonder if people are not allowed to go there like I. Think you're right you. I would think you're right, but that's the price they pay I mean that's the thing. Is You like find the tipping point between restrictions and freedoms so? Guy In England broke the Guinness World Record for the fastest indoor triathlon had to do it indoors. Because the virus led to all in-person races being cancelled, he did two point four miles on a rowing machine, hundred twelve miles on a stationary bike and twenty six point two on a treadmill in eight hours and seventeen minutes. I don't have any comparison what that would-be. You're like an average, but that's that's. Fifty seven year old woman in Jacksonville Florida couldn't see her sixty six year old husband with Alzheimer's because guests aren't allowed in his living facility during the pandemic, so she got a job at the facility as a cleaner, so she could spend time with him and his sweet, so there is some good news and we'll bring it to you every morning. Right around this. This time about nine thirty five, or so, and if you know of any good news, local good news, then let us know because we would love to pass that along especially if it's local. He knows somebody in Ham Lake. Who's doing something really cool? When it first started the whole pandemic like old, this company is shutting down production of whatever to medical masks this. This company is shutting down production of whatever to make hand sanitizer. This company is doing mass and gowns, or whatever so you don't hear as much about that now there's still a lot of companies and businesses and people doing their part and doing more than their part. If he no one, then send me a quick text. This is not exactly like that but I. I just got an email earlier 'cause we we've done work with rough start rescue, and obviously like animal organizations. They can't have their adoption events. They can't I mean they're just like every other shared? They can't have their big galas or whatever, but they're doing something fun. Because you know. Everyone's thinking outside the box. They're doing virtual puppy and kitten parties for offices really. Offices are doing these group chat meetings online all day, so you can do if you do a one time donation of one hundred dollars or more rough start will join your online team meeting with a litter of puppies or kittens for thirty minutes. Team can watch puppies and kittens anyway I just wanted to pass that along because I thought Oh, I'm alive. Companies Addicts Company they have like. Each month I we tried to of charity thing each quarter, which obviously can't really do right now, so maybe they could do and you just email. Events at rest are rescued dot com. Own Puppy or kitten virtual party. adorable? All right be coming up in a second. If you find one of these random house, you could get about one hundred and fourteen thousand dollars out of it I'm going to guarantee it. There's a chance it's in your house. I'll tell you what it is coming up next on Dave's dirt. Stay here. This is Whitney from Leclair Iowa. It's time for Dave's dirt on one a one point three K. D. WB. Is brought to you by country hearth breads. Hey, don't forget Texan that word bills for your summer stimulus Galileo extra cash. Blow it on whatever you want I'd say maybe a backyard grill a nice new like a Webber Grill and then go down to von Hanson's meats and get some stakes. Real out. Big Grill packs. It's like one hundred and twenty four dollars. You can get like reds and steak. Check in. It's the best. Just. A couple of things going on here this is a youtube streamer with Cova nineteen symptoms. They went to Disneyworld so they're a youtube. Star whatever they went to Disneyworld and now they're getting heat for it because they said Oh. Wouldn't it be funny? Apparently if I go to Disneyworld with covid nineteen, check it out. She's not feeling good, so we're coming back over here just to make sure Robbins blood pressure went up to. One hundred, seventy, seven over one hundred twenty. She was violently. Vomiting play, she was super sick. If anybody else asked about Robin. Having covid nineteen, you're going to be not in the group anymore. I've already clearly stated what was wrong. With Robin Robin would not be in this park. She had covid nineteen. Okay, but apparently some people think they did that she. Shouldn't go so. Have you heard of Nikola pelts. Okay, so she is really rich, right? Billionaire parents really really rich and gorgeous, whatever Brooklyn Beckham and her are getting married. That I saw her picture. Another. Of the Tall, thin, beautiful models issue model, or what does she do? She does nothing because mom and dad are billionaires, like multi-billionaire is over a couple of times apparently. Brooklyn Beckham is dubbed Posh Spice. Victoria Beckham David Beckham's son. They're planning to wedding ceremonies one in London for his parents, friends and other in New York for her parents and as a wedding gift they want. Want us to purchase the Beckham's WANNA purchase a home for the couple. He wants to settle in London of wealthy parents of budget about five million dollars for these two weddings, but you're. That's disgusting yet. At the same time, the parents are of her are worth like I, said a couple of billion and the BECKHAMS are worth about half a billion dollar, so she's American. Apparently so. What did they? Do you know what they did to make money? I'm looking right now. I read it yesterday, but now I forget something boring like finance or something like that and but basically you think about it. They're throwing money back into the economy. King of all the wedding. People in caterers whatever that again to get money out of this so I am all for rich people spending lots of money if you're rich by something today. Head. On. To Mary and reproduced. Nikola passes. Daddy's he'd looked. Maybe this is a bad picture, but he looks like one of those guys like I'm going to wait till. I'm seventy to have children. Oh! Good be? Shawn Mendez back in the studio. And that's all there is to that one, so I'm going to spend a lot of time on that one, but some artists are getting back in the studio re recording. Lindsay Lohan got a job. Yep Her, mom asks Lindsay and her sister Elena to be in her wedding. What Dean is getting married again? Dina said under podcast. Which I'm amazing by listened to Lindsey now. You're going to be my maids of honour. They're both angels. My boys are good at. It walked me down the aisle together. She's engaged to Jesse Nadler. Even though they've never physically met in person. I forgot about this. He proposed the facetime and mail the engagement ring to Dina. She feels confident that Jessie is her soulmate. She says their sex is going to be even better better than what. How in twenty twenty you. That happens. You can't because you even during like you could find cheap flights sometimes to be able to meet some Wi- Jesse lives in California visit she living Gornja, but no. She lives on Long Island. She is enough money that she could easily get a plane ticket somewhere. There's wall covert now. Also. Maybe they don't have dating long since March I doubt it I'm just. Seriously, the idea that we're giving the low hands that much time on our show. So weird I just felt like a clip for that TV show catfish. Thursday and I thought how tweeting catfish anymore. How because it's so easy to facetime someone? How can you even get away with it anymore I don't know there's probably somebody who says. Oh yeah, facetime you later. All had a doctor's appointment. I'll facetime you tomorrow. At eight years. there are people who have put up with excuses is like yeah, we're GONNA do this. It's like no. I'm sorry had to cancel. I swear and brought really sorry. You might have one of these around your house. The chances are not good, but if you did, it would be worth about one hundred fourteen thousand dollars I'm talking about. It is a sealed copy. Of the Super Mario Brothers game from one thousand, nine, hundred five from the original nintendo system auctioned off for one hundred fourteen thousand dollars made it the most expensive video game ever sold. The game is greater to be an a plus condition top the record for a previous game, which is held by another unopened copy of Super Mario. That's all rolling stone, so the only way is unopened. That's the key to any of this. Stuff is on open. The only way that you would be able to have that is if your mother or grandmother bought that for you. And then she totally forgot that she had it in the attic. And you're gone through the acting. You're like WHOA WHOA crazy. For Me Round Nineteen eighty-five, mom and dad. It's a possibility that they would bought that for me. And then mom stuck at the top of closet, forgot to, and then I'm cleaning out mom's house and I find it unlike bow, and then Susan donate to goodwill without telling me about this crap. That would never have happened our lives because that would have been our quote Unquote Bay gift, and there's no way mom would have lost. It worked been like well. I'll do bad the house somewhere. True K, a couple of things going on, you know. The redskins are going to change their name, but they're not saying what I. They're a gut check. Check this out. There's a guy in Virginia. had been trademarking dozens of potential name since two thousand fourteen. He owns the rights to all the names to a lot of the names. The redken might want to consider including red tails, warriors and Red Wolves I hey, so this is like like twenty years ago. People used to buy up domain names like they'd buy up. Coca, Cola, DOT, com, or coke, dot, com, or pop, dot, com, or candy, dot, com, or whatever then they try to sell them to candy and pop companies, it squad on it, and they did mu right, and if you wanted to buy, let's say you. WanNa buy Steve. Dot Com. Well both you want to buy it. I'll sell it to you for twenty thousand dollars so. If I'm a famous luxury day if I bought Dan Ryan. Generic name a little bit, but it's like yeah, that's your name. That's your personality at the same thing with twitter. I know that they've done that with twitter, too. And that a guy a year ago I had dinner with a guide, and that's what he does and he has made. Amazing money doing it, and you know of course would which would which one would you got? Did you get your monies from? Now I feel like it was the middle of books and I he was. Pretty. But like still you know discreet about it, and just it was a fascinating conversation like how you get into that, and how we so good at it, and I think that's a little shady unethical, but maybe that's just me by just they bomb. You don't, but you lose money something. It's like any type of like gambling, but it's free to open up a twitter account. I mean maybe if it's something else where I guess if. I don't eat as twitter. He does like domain names. In the world of sports to the Redskins, you know about that one so the NFL is thinking. They're going to have to implement new safety protocols. Maybe a face mask designed to mitigate the spread of covid nineteen like an entire plastic shield that goes behind the face. They also thought about masks, but they said chances of players being able to play in mass or not very good basketball NBA players now have a different dress code used to wear. Wear uniforms in warm ups. When they arrived games now they'll be able to wear whatever they want. As long as they're clean and neat in appearance, so engulf the remaining PGA tour event. The year will now officially not have fans in the stands, so no real surprised. They're having to play this for you. Because this way, we just found this when it's Keith Urban, doing an acoustic cover of duleep is don't start now. Why not? Let's check it out? took. Demand. Work ever since I've been playing the Ukulele I've got a new appreciation for anybody who plays that well before it was like whatever that looks easy, and now it's like ooh debut. Learn that on the UKULELE. Really Cool. Now work. Ahead another one L. brought to you by country hearth bread in case I forgot to mention that which I might have, but I shouldn't hey one more time. You got nine minutes. Texan that word bills to two hundred two hundred and try to win yourself some money salad bar? Here's why you should buy yourself. A Salad Bar I'm going to tell you why. Get a salad bar at home. Beat your own in-home Salad Bar. Salad bars are going to go away with the virus. It's nobody's ever going to be around. It comes around salad bar ever again. So. You have your own at your house. Is it a waste of money? Oh, absolutely, yeah. Let's go bad and three days, but for one glorious lunch you'll have a salad bar. What are your Go-to toppings? You have to get him at a salad bar. Minors always going to be cottage cheese. It's healthy. Salad with on the side of the Salad I. Get the Salad, I get black olives I. don't get croutons. I hate croutons. Fake Bacon Crumbs I like those and then probably ranch dressing fallon. A mix of veggies I want some Broccoli. We'll brock the good you get depending on the type of. You on the tight, but if they're like super small dice, I'll get some of those carrots. POMPEO's like a little like you know like. Birth? Little Pumpkin seed. Flour. Bigger I'm probably do a ranch as well but I am the new crew on amd Bacon bits kind like fried chicken! Fried. Chicken on this salad bar animal. London byerly, they all have it. I know, but I think that's cheating, but Y. Y. Fried Chicken Sandwich I had on a bed allies the same reason you go when you get the the lettuce bond instead of the bond text that word bills to two, hundred, two hundred and talk about your salad bar choices on heating. Question. I'm sorry. This people throwing an anti mask rally in Windermere Florida, and they are serious, but they come up with the world's worst chant now when you hear their chant, you're like you guys. Come on, you could've gotten. Up. Sit Up for the rally and come up with a better chant. Here we go. To stand down we walked. Down Right now. This is a single woman. Who who has running this grilled cheese business? This is her dream and all she is doing a standing up for the rights of people to make their own medical decisions, okay. So it's wrong. It's wrong. It's wrong now. Let's see if we were to guys. Let's put together a better. No Mass Chan. We can't see your face. Take off the mask. We want our rights. Take off the mask. We aren't cheap, so we're taking off the mask. We was what I mean why. Neck! Down you ask, we're not wearing a bath. What are we doing you ask? We're not wearing a mask. Doing you ask were not wearing a math. You would think that these idiots would would get together in at least come up with. It's wrong. It's wrong. It's wrong. I feel like they should have gone more. That simple and that blame, they should on game of thrones on it. Shame shame who? Good, one. One Hey hey, Ho, Ho! Your mask has got to go. Hey, Hey, Ho, Ho match has got to go. Idiot organizers. So frustrating, going around to these rallies day. Organizing them. He just got album. How do it no one? and. I'M GONNA spoiler. Alert this one for you. Because this is I found the trivia question. You know how radio stations will do that bit where they say seventy two percent of people say they want a blank in their car, and it's all made up approach. They're all made up. There's a service. Detroit does this everyday. No. It's not, but it doesn't matter what it is because it's all made up anyway, so I found the preview. This will be asked on another radio station in the twin cities later today. Three percents I'm going to spoil it for you, so you can call in to try to win. Three percent of Americans say they don't eat this. Treat I'm sorry. Three percent of Americans say they don't eat this treat possible question. So that's that's your impossible question for the day. Throw percent. Try to go, guess. What do you think it is three Americans? Street is bugles. Of Sorry, not dealers. What'd you say Steve Potato? Potato chips general like potato chip van. Yes, not specific guest. Cookie, ice cream, ice cream Pailin. H. Whatever so later today when another radio station asked that question, you know, the answer is going to be US scream. I got it right. Well. Steve you get you get up. You get paid on the first fifteen off. All Right? That's your dirt on one point three Katie wbz. Award the roses. Missy wants to do war of the roses on her guy. After dog got sick and had to go to the vet now they're looking at the dog and the Oh. Something happened to your dog. That proves to her that her boyfriend cheating on her at least seems to prove it, but can we prove that he's cheating? We're sure GONNA try it's war of the roses. It's coming up next on. K. D. Wbz. One! Point Three Katie wbz This Day Ryan chose more of the Rosen brought to you by totally Tana's. Might might herself on? Number one be into in some amazing. going. Well might be winning to like I. Don't know like a of a new one of those green egg barbecue grills win one of those. Crazy something like that or the worst of the scenarios. You could be on war of the roses. And missy finds herself in the worst scenarios right now. I'm missy. Did Your Dog Conan? Alert you to the idea that your boyfriends Sam might be cheating. What's going on? My Dog CONAN's tick and Whatnot eat, and so we took him to the vet and the vet found like a whole bunch of hair ties of stomach. Oh, and they had to operate. them out awful. Yeah, and it's also super weird because my hair is very very store I never. I can't use their time, so sure had. been that for ten years. Slow, where did he get all these hair ties? So you sit in your email that as soon as the doctor walks out of the room and says their hair ties, I'll be right back. You look at Sam, and what was the discussion with Sam Wants? The doctor left the room. Would you say yeah I need? Basically I was like Tam. How how is it possible that Conan would get a hold of a bunch of hair ties like you know I? Don't use them, so what like? I I know he hasn't been around any hair ties around me so like. Where have you been doing like? Where did you? Where did you CONAN like how who's hair ties? RV suspicion is while you are at wherever you might be work or yoga or down at buyer lease that he sneaking off with somebody and taking cone and long, and then he he's like doing. Doing something he shouldn't be in Conan's rooting around in her bedroom or the bathroom. Eating hair ties I just thought of something though lack. Is it possible that they're not hair ties I mean when the doctor took him out, did they show them to you and they're definitely hair ties. Because what if it was something stupid like rubber bands, or what else could it? Iran was it definitely hair ties. With one hundred percent hair ties. Well that leaves that out because it could have been like I don't know bog. It couldn't be lifesavers because those would dissolve. I'm trying to think. Is there anything else shaped like a type? I've been trying to figure that out like I don't want to be hair ties a milk carton rings. Yeah, that would really work either. Yeah, but I see what you're saying. Okay, so we've. We've established. They are hair ties. And what does what does Sam say? He's like I have no idea. Guy You know maybe they were somewhere in the housing. They didn't realize they were the Karaj or something. Like you know, we didn't know they. Were there maybe which I mean. How would they get there? I don't I. It doesn't make sense to me. Moved into like moved into a house, and under the stairwell or under the front porch there's a bunch of hair ties, and then I mean that's not very likely the most likely cash and really is that unfortunately these somebody else's house or so where he shouldn't be, there was a lot of hair. Ties kissel weirdest thing ever because I'm thinking. No, you don't want that to be the most logical. Like the. Reasoning that's still pretty far fed hopefully and dogs eat the weirdest things number one time going through the backyard cleaning up dog that we had colleen, and there was a pair of Susan's underpants embedded in the colleagues poop and I'm like okay. I mean luckily past she was Collie. it's. all right. Let's do this recall salmon the second. We're GONNA. Call Sam and say hey. We're from your phone company. Guess what we're going to give you some roses. If you take this survey and most guys in most women probably be like okay, I'll take a survey for something free, and then we'll do the survey. We'll say great. Who Do you want to send roses to chances are? He'll send him to you. But if there's something going on and I'm probably somebody who's going to send him to somebody else. That's when we bust him. But. Fam- just for doing the survey. You went a dozen roses and we're going to send those out. Poor you what we have to get a courses, the address and the recipient's name. So, what is the recipients fame? Need your free yeah totally. We partner with a company, and they're giving you these roses, and our is our way of saying. Thank you for taking the time of your day. You participate in our survey Oh. Well yeah to. Do. You want to add a card or anything a little note. I don't know. I love you. That works yeah I. Know All this. How do I come? Put something for a card other than. Love you. Creative, but it works the message. Is there you know what really works in? This is boy. Do I have a little bit of a shock here for you? A little bit of surprise us Sam? You didn't just beat somebody from your phone company and you really did not win. Roses my name's Dave. Ryan and I work at Katie WBZ the morning show. That's fallon there. That's not abby from your phone company at all. We were testing U.. Testing, you to see if you would send roses to your girlfriend, missy. Own. As opposed to that's that's what it is all about wondering how. Okay and guess who here's the funny part guests who put this up to this? To call you to put you to test, I don't know I'm worried. It's Missy I don't think my friend who would do that. Thing! To do like Hey I WANNA test? Ever. Ever thought about that. Missy. Missy. Say Hi to Sam so. He knows you're there. What are you doing? Seeing what you were doing. You know I getting you three flowers. I can't take a lot of credit for that now. Don't know they don't exist. Let's back up a second here Sam, because every story like this has the beginning and this story began. When CONAN got sick and Own got sick, and the bet found a bunch of hair ties. CONAN's belly and they took him out. They showed him to you. They're deathly hair ties, and so mrs like where these hair ties pem from right, and you know I. Sorry I can't believe this guy is on the radio talking about my dogs operation. Yeah, so konate a bunch of heritage. We don't know where they came from I guess the implication is or the suspicion. Is that I like taking the dollar a to another woman's place or something I don't know where those here ice game from. They could have been from around the house or garage or neighbors. Friends left down I. I don't really know. But I assume she's kind. What are we? What is this? When he think that I possibly had like earrings, the dog all day. I ever leave him for more than fifteen minutes. which would be some superhero stuff? Pull that off so when is like mystery window of time? A, commit True. You if you're never away from the dog for more than fifteen minutes, then how could he take her over to? You know like whoever's house. But. It could be as simple as this guys. I mean I-. Weird things have happened. Yeah, and there's always an expert, really innocent. Then then you got the you didn't do anything. This reminds me of the time I've told the story million times. There was a a brochure for gay men who are married that haven't come out that my wife found in our guest room and she was like. How did this get there? And I said I didn't put it there. There's got to be a logical explanation, but there it is a brochure for married men who might be gay, and she finds it in my house and the only married man in the house. How did it get there and I called row we should. We should have seen where you sent road. Buddy! Yeah, I'm kidding. But. No, it was true because my narrow at my nephew had gone down to sex world and down this fair, and he left it in there as a joke, but I think back on that story and I wonder if my nephew wondered whether he was gay. Was added that he forgot it or didn't want to take it home anyway. If there's a logical explanation for he didn't do it, it's I mean anything's possible. Somebody could have had a bag, a hair ties and threw it over your back fence, and your dog founded in eighty four. You ever saw them not likely, but it is possible I guess, or maybe you're I. Don't know maybe in the back of the car yet of used car and maybe somebody had left hair ties in the back. You never know, but are you satisfied then? MRI that he wasn't cheating with somebody else. The toll, Ristori where they came from but I mean he ca. I feel that's pretty clear. Yeah! I agree okay well I. Forgive you, Sam. Well. Talking to you through the radio. I. Want to hear more about this brochure. 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Bro, my boss had me come into work, yeah! I don't feel good now that. Guy Sick all right flat tire. I pulled muscle. Okay I'm dirty in an AFL showering. dumped. One I don't have time to do this project done I. Know Balanced Kinda like this game. The fans got to in Dave's got one. Do we want to try one more time for okay? All all right debut will start again this time then foulland Steve this time. It's GonNa be excuses for canceling plant. Nope, sorry. I don't know I'm just reading a less items that operate with batteries. Go ahead Dave flashlight. Smoke detector flashlight. On a ten game controller! Remote control. Edits smoke detector. Balan win. Smoke detector, busy thinking about my next answering. Is like this game. Is there a home version of this game? we could start. The okay I was. GonNa say and when you said flashlight Dave I totally. Just lost. No, I get it I get it. Let's see one more okay. Things you found in your trunk found. Start them. See Them. Dave. Thanks. You've hand find. Your trunk is the. Yeah. What yeah. Umbrella. Jacket. Blue Juice. Charger, wait see what blue wiper fluid stroller. Basketball! Tire pump jumper cables. Hazard sticks, but shortly squeegee scraper scraper why scraper Steve. SQUEEGEE! Scraper to you, you can't do any. I'm not I'm sorry. I don't I it squeezy scraper because I didn't know. Cleaning I was doing ice scraper. If that's what you were doing, they're very similar though. Not. Very different. You wouldn't use this kind of throughout to at once so. That is that game Let's do that one again because it was kind of fun. Three. Arthur Stiller's a ufo hunter has found this mysterious orbiting the sun. And of course you want to see photographic proof. Go to my twitter Dave Ryan. Katie WB. Go and take a look right now. Fallon fuel good a twitter Dad Dave Ryan Katie. Get actual photographic proof that this ufo this. Some sort of Ship! Orbiting The sun photographic proofs. Look at that look at that. That's actually very convinced I'll. Check that out. I'd say I normally like okay. You don't believe in this, but obviously the picture has to be so good to believe. Yeah, wow, yeah, go check that out. People who drink as I think this is true. People who drink IPA's as were more likely to take risks. I as are nasty. I'm not much of a risk taker, but I as are nasty I. Just don't get it. I like the like you know like just a regular. Tours light, it's cheap. It's soothing through. Soothing interesting district. If you need some soothing, there's meditation. There's some music. Soothing your paying away. It's kind of like water, though it's a step away from water, it's a good thing to have after you've mowed belong. Bud Light has new strawberry lemonade beer for sales sale just to let you. They also check this out if you listened in California. Then you're in trouble. Here's why thanks. 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Nobody would ever mess with me for example, if somebody. Do. They man, but I could mess with people who were pissing me off for example the other day a couple of weeks ago, I was eating at a restaurant and somebody and the curb by the restaurant was revved up their motorcycle and just wrong, really annoying everybody around and I thought I ride a motorcycle. I would never do that, so he's out there showing off. Off trying to cool I thought if I went, said something to him, what he just like bigger than me, but if I was six foot, nine and I went after this guy said Hey, do you mind not revenue motorcycle, and then I'd call him his son or something like that? Yeah, and if I was six foot nine, he like yes or sorry about that Sir. Good! You aren't six nine then because it sounds like you would use that to him at eight people. Your head. Yeah, it's. Probably, probably why you were not blessed with that high, okay, like beautiful men and women don't use their looks to get what they want, but there's inviolate you're. Threatening. I think there's a big difference. Okay truck, a beautiful, a beautiful woman. She's either you anything that she'll sleep with you or she. Sleeping with you I am hinting that I will either hit this guy, or I will threaten to hit the guy. A beautiful woman hinted they're gonNA. Sleep with you. Personally okay. God I, honestly, I don't know anymore. Let me ask you if you're 6-foot-9. If he ever used your imposing size to kind of like that, put somebody in their place or chassis gets things off the top shelf it's. Not just like a it's not just being nine. It's be a guy to like you have at least your height. Even though you're not like super tall, you already have a one up on me. I can't go up like front to someone. That's true you also have to have had the size like big girth to because. If you're six nine one hundred fifty pounds, I'd be like He. Or whatever it is like Super Guard gnarly can take you out the you know. The kind of guy were talking about this guy that comes along and on Rogers rescue motorcycle. Ride every. He's the nicest sweetest guy ever. He's about six foot six, and he looks like he could murder you with his bare hands. Aquaman guys yeah yeah. Yeah pretty much I want to be six foot nine for a week I just want one of those guys to communist like Roadhouse Ya. That Wal boy! We'll be back with your knees. Though what's that nothing is no. We'll be back. On Katie WB with Dave's Dirt Tan little things that can lift your spirits. Ten, a little tiny things to lift your spirits next. Becky in Ramstein Germany and you're listening to Dave sturt on one zero one point three Katie wbz. You must be in the air force because I think that's where my dad was stationed when my brother was born at Ramstein. Air Force Base in Germany Shot Becky Hey. Dave intro. 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What to Plant, What to Hold Off On

In the Garden

1:05:58 hr | 5 months ago

What to Plant, What to Hold Off On

"Inch by inch robot. GonNa. Make this Garden Malraux. All it takes is a ring and the whole piece of fertile ground. By. Row by row someone bless the seeds, so someone warm them from the low to the rain. It is time right now for in the garden with Peter Burke. Our Program today brought to you by menards. Family owned true value store on Brooklyn Street in Morris, built by these flower garden shop mainstream a street in Wakefield by Brockton big country hardware, your authorize cub cadet dealer in Bridgeport Clawson's florist, greenhouse and perennial farm, locally grown just for you and with Mega Monday coupons back there on Main Street in Colchester by your locally owned Montpelier. On East Montpelier road by Thomas, farm and garden on the Barry. Montpellier road by sticks and stuff and Swanton lumber in Middlesex saying. Gene Burke Swanson and Derby sticks and stuff dot com. By, guys, farmyard stores in Morrisville Montpellier Williston and say Allman by PNR lumber family owned lumber mill with all the lumber, mulch and compost. You need right there on route fifteen in walk in and by the willies store in Greensboro celebrating one hundred twenty years of family ownership. In the garden with Peterberg right now, telephone lines are always open. Your gardening questions are welcome and well. Let us know the progress of your garden as well. The number to call two, four, four, one, seven, seven, seven. That's eight Oh, two, two, four, four, one, seven, seven seven, and here is your host Peterberg. Well the rain certainly did come tumbling down last night we. Did. You guys get rain over over there to the you know the the dog at a certain time when certain a network newscast, and that he no, he actually knows time that I'm gonNA. Take her out. She, gave me that look ran down the stairs I opened the door. She took one look. Back at me and I'm going to hold it. Sorry, Dad. Later well. Well we were just driving back from billy right in the middle of it all and We had my my two grandsons with us. It was quite the adventure. We seem to time it just right to be right in the middle of it. And then we got home. It led up. Thank fully and but The thunder and lightning kept up for. Two new there we go. Oh okay. My. Finger. Okay I just want to say Happy Memorial Day to you may thirtieth is Memorial Day, and even though we celebrated at last week, and a lot of people were thinking. Oh, it's Memorial Day is time to plant. this is Memorial Day and this is more like the time to plant, and I would like to caution everybody. That Sunday night. They're talking about. Do you know down to thirty three degrees, which is very close to frost? So some spots may actually get a frost Sunday night and Monday morning. Yeah No not you guys opened in the banana belt. You don't need to worry about that. Today's green up day, too so a lot of things coming together this right green up day. Yeah, yeah, odds, Freshman! Get a little snow. I'm celebrating my only planting green things in my garden. Go. Yeah, yeah, well I have to say observing as I drive around. Vermont I love new beds for gardens out there and I suppose PNR's selling lots and lots of lumber for garden beds. and it's fun to see is fun to see what people are doing. and. you know Seems like people are getting the idea in the garden beds for for Garden, so I frequented number of the sponsors in our in my immediate area and Clawson's in Colchester. Crowds and everything everybody is out planting not only veggies for the garden, but flowers as well. Guys Farmyard so anyways. I've noticed the same thing, yeah! We got. We have a call. Right on the air so great. Let's let me push that button and that button and say. Well good afternoon you're I on the air today with Peter Burke in the garden. Well, this is another Peter. From Berry Peter Welcome. Now I've got the radio on and back on. You're getting feedback. Nazi, hearing anything yet so far, okay? Okay so! I have a question regarding hardening off plant boy. That's a tough one, isn't it? I I was hoping it wouldn't be for you. Well. Yeah I have a very simple way too hard off plants by your sets. That's a foolproof way well, the idea is simple and. I just came across an idea or just recently, that I really liked that was If you happen to have a wagon or cart or something, stick your plants in there. And just just trot them out in the morning into a shady spot. No Son, just stay shady spot, so it'd be there on the West or the east side of your your house, or if you've got a spot that gets sort of dappled sunlight underneath a tree or that kind of thing, so so that there's no. Oh, you know solid sunlight and that's the first. That's the first thing you want to do. In the very first day, you WanNa do it for half hour at the most. And then trot them back into the which Cheddar. Wherever it is, so they're so they're. They're in. Not In the Sun at all next day go for two hours and so you. You haven't there in your car, so you don't have to move them out and all arrests. You can just them out in. Just add a little bit more sunshine as you go. And and that's the whole idea is to have them in a cooler environment have them in partial shade, a little bit of Sun and if you figure it. Divided up into seven days. You know you want to just add another bit each each day to the time-wise until you're up to about eight hours by the end. But even at the last day on a on the eighth day, right, you still only want partial sun. You don't want full sun yet. And by that time they should be fairly well hardened off so at that point you want to plant a couple and make sure that they look okay that they don't turn the leaves. Don't turn light. Brown or anything like that. They aren't burned. and if they if they are burn, then find a place like a you know something this a little more sheltered that you can leave him out like on a Picnic Bench Ben Picnic Bench with A. Picnic table with maybe a an umbrella. That has it you know you. Something like that You know if you happen to have a greenhouse, but that's what I don't have is I don't really have a greenhouse at this point that I can put them out in. your sort of your tied into a little bit every day. That's the first part of my question. Okay, part to have I, have actually three ocassions comment. part two is I have some squash plants that are started inside. And now before transplanting them should I I've got the primary leaves of course should wait for secondary leaves to come on. You want to wait. You know. They should be in that pot for about two or three weeks, not not any longer than that. And be real gentle with the make sure you had the whole. Doug before you pop them out, makes you handle them real real ginger, because they? They don't like their roots disturb. Okay Okay and I've noticed something in the comment I noticed. Something interesting mowing my lawn. I think you know selective breeding is is is looking for traits in plants, and then breeding them, and all that sort thing. Yeah, so you get the desired effect. Would dandelions with mowing the lawn. I think it's actually starting to breed. Dandelions was short stems. I think that? MAYBE MOWING LAWN Counterproductive. Well I would just have to tell you that. That's just a trait that that they could set a set a flower very easily on a short stems was long-stem. Obviously, the long-stem is their first choice, but dandelions are very very adaptable, and if you mow them down, they will set a flower right there without any problem whatsoever. Well, that's. Been noticed. But so I. Don't think you're actually breathing a new type of of Mo- proof Dandy Lion. Produced a seat on the shirts them. They survive where the ones. On the longest time that you cut off. They They don't read our and they. Get a chance to well. It's a nice. It's a good thought any way. Too much time on my hands. The. About getting rid of FERNS ferns. Rid of them. because. They're taking over the Flower Garden Oasis. Just, just put plenty of lime on there. They do not like US sweet soil they. They needed acid soil. once you once you take your spayed and dig out the root crown in now and You know it's. It's mostly the problem is. You know an infertile acidic soil. They don't like a fertile soil. They like something. That's acidic infertile matter of fact you. You'll see quite a few ferns growing along roadsides, where it's fairly infertile and rocky and and pretty acidic so. that would be my first step, you know. DIG The crowns and make sure you put a you know. But. Won't that also my flowers? Push me. You know the consideration. A lot of flowers don't like sweet, so I'll, but you know you just have to see what what kind of flowers you have. What are you growing? Poppies. And lukens. Yeah. Well. Those guys are are pretty adaptable. LUPINS will go right in the garden if you if you give them a chance, but I would probably. I guess if you're worried about that. Just do a little at a time and see if it affects them. Or affect either one of those. Kill him solely. But that's that's the thing with firms as you want to. You have to sweeten the soil. Okay all right ED thanks for calling. and. We have a bill in South Woodbury. HOW RIGHT! Hey! Bill Harra Day! Were you today Oh, not bad for young fellow. What's going on in South Woodbury Oh waiting for some more rain. Do you think we're going to get frost on Sunday night? Well I'm at fifteen hundred feet so normally. If we get a chill, it goes down below me when when it when it snows I can see. Below my house I can see the snow line. Okay, all right well I look out over. Everything's Yeah there you go, but I have a question now. I have several. clumps of Dando not to an alliance Tulips. daffodils go. Well I. Keep saying I'm Young. Well, anyway, Who let it go this time? Bill Dory okay. I got one bloody daffodil this year. and I don't know do they? You Know I. Don't know I have sandy soil. And they used to you know are used to get a couple of dozen down down the driveway. A cast the road has just jumps into feel that are prolific. Hung okay well. A. Couple of things one is Do you divide them every once in a while every few years? Oh, I haven't done that in years. Okay, so you might WanNa. You Might WanNa start there. That might be What's happening is just simply their overgrowing themselves to where they're. They're growing out. all those kinds of things that have a little bulbs in them with against smaller and smaller, or they'll just die out, so you WANNA? Make sure you you every few years, certainly not every year, but every few years. You WanNa make sure you divide them up all do that now or absolutely. No reason why not okay, they're pretty much over the second thing is Do you got any chipmunks up there? No, okay because chipmunks will, they'll definitely gorge themselves on tulip bulbs, but if they're hard up, they'll They'll go for your daffodils. And then the other little critter will be not a mole vol- voles. Them so I would guess that probably is your your. Your problem is that they're getting eaten up. we can't grow tulips because just. Daffodil we can't grow tulips because the chipmunks go on, but daffodils don't seem to go for as much, but the voles will definitely go after the daffodils Hobby I. Mean you know yeah I I I've seen the holes in the ground. I mean I. It's been Kinda like going downhill the last couple of years west. You I had like six, and now I only had one. Yeah, well, so just by another bunch and keep dividing him over. You know every couple of years or so, and if you WANNA deal with your goal problem, you could do that too and I. I get. Three days tomorrow. Because I can only do about three hours work. So I'm with you so by a few more. By a few more bulbs and enjoy them for a couple years. Divide them up, so you can. You can mess with the voles. You'll say you got the chew. It'll take you a couple of years to find these. Yet, the the daily spy. Golly, they are just go. Yeah, yeah, now we have same thing and and it's it's fun. My wife has this hillside right behind the house and it starts with the daffodils. And used to be tulips and and now. The lillies are starting to really put on some greenery course. We have a clump of conference in the back, and that's always fun to see. Come up and she's. She's got three clumps petunias. Those I actually was just telling her I'm going to buy some sort of a little love. You know thing that we can put around him. Because every time the peonies come up, get big! We get a rainstorm. They fall over so I was thinking I might try to. Did you ever go to the countryman's? Peony Farm I have yes. Yeah. That was a a guard Yep yeah. My wife dragged me there and I was I was just delighted was wonderful. Yeah Yeah. Oh One more thing. I know rhubarb is you know pretty much bulletproof. And some people I've seen. No, we have rhubarb. Roots are well rubab stocks already. Minor only about six inches tall, I mean. Is there any sort of thing that I should do to? Two little ones on a sandy. Well? If they're small, then they just need some food. And and this is a actually a common problem is who grow rhubarb and asparagus to forgot that they really need to be both fed and watered show if you can get yourself a bag of compost and Feed him and I always water know the soil is kind of. Sandy soil the water will tend to carry fertilizer down into the soil so it that's particularly even more important. If you can get yourself a bag of compost, or just some pro growth, that'd be easier to handle you know because Just around. Yeah, and you know. Ordinarily. It's a tablespoon per square foot so I would figure probably a good cup of it just a circle that around not near the stems, but circle around maybe three or four inches away wonderful. Yeah, that's should That should perk it up okeydokey. We thank you very much. Thanks for the Call St. Lawrence. Are you still with us? Peter. Lawrence our you. Pretty good a years ago My life partner was in Jaquith Library, and this timer came in with rhubarb that had leaves like two feet wise. Huge. Fan. And Connie says our pets looking really pitiful. A. Horse Manure. To We got some horse manure and a top TERRESA bed and it's. Ever since it. Or reading a lot of Rhubarb Krummel's right now. I know and. You had those two foot leaves now or what? Yeah Yeah. Flower stocks which we let growth and flower out. Down A. Pretty Yeah Yeah. Well, we, Ha- I just looked up from the breakfast table and saw about three spikes coming up and my wife said Oh. You gotta get up there and get. The Flower stalks out. and but I see the temptation to letting them flour, and how beautiful they are. This is true. And we don't see. Any diminishment in vigor from the plant or anything. But and then we maybe leave one that. Goes to see it or something know, but there's like about thirty stocks. Too Big Pat. Oh we have. We have. Two four by four squares on our hillside, and my wife planted one in each corner of the of the four by four, so there's eight plants out there and telling you. Oh, my goodness and it seemed to be a really good. They love that spot and like you're talking about those two foot leaves. Yeah, it's true it's and stocks are crucial, good inch, and a half two inches, and they're. They're delicious that good. They're nice our and and they're not really overly tough. Early enough. But we came across recipe a few you know before we planted all this of The Strawberry Rhubarb lace and we make it in our dryer. It's like a fruit leather and we make it with. A RHUBARB AND A strawberry jello mix. That's this made with aggregate you know not with not gelatin, and then We'll a handful, maybe a cup of strawberries or so, and then it's all cooked down, and then you know you lay out the applesauce consistency in the dryer and dry up and I'll tell you we. We never could keep them. We made made shelves and shelves and shelves of it, and the kids just ended up like crazy. It had that sort of tart and sweet flavor that the kids seem to love. But the next year my wife said well, we're GONNA PLANT BECAUSE WE'RE GONNA. Do a lot more. We, had you know and then some years we do a lot, and then some years We give away a lot. So the sweetener is just a Raza. Strawberry Strawberries Strawberry Jello mix there sugar. Yeah. You GotTa have sugar with your with your rhubarb. Or some sweetener. That's for sure. Yeah. She's been using a little maple syrup in cobbler some. Great, and do you make compost like Joel? Tell what we're thinking. With the ice cream. Let me let me pop in their. Compote. My my daughter's You know my daughter's Jj Tha compos I I think I made the mistake of telling them when I was a steward at my fraternity in Middlebury 'cause I cooked on the weekend when the cook off, and they renamed every dish that I. have my breaded veal cutlets dreaded. Shepherd's pie was German shepherd's Pie Mike Chicken cacciatore was chicken catcher toll main. My famous fruit COMP. Boat suddenly became fruit composed so I i. just I just gave up with my tail between my legs. You have to you have to. You have to bow at that point and say okay. Well. That's good to know I. that's the only thing. I could see I. Have a number of people who have said Gee. You know we're not having those and I'm looking at my, you know. My dinosaur sized Rhubarb and that's the only thing I can think of is just plenty of plenty of nitrogen. I think that's what it is. It's I said our patch was. Was overharvested. Previous owners and It was pitiful. And since then it's been. I'm glad he came back to life like that. That's that's good. That's good. So what do you think? Is it GonNa Frost on Sunday night, or are we going to get away with? Our just right above Marshfield village of the we are on a hill by a waterfall, so they moderates a little bit. If, there's no breeze. Get colder down here. It sounds like A, Monday night might even be colder than Sunday. Iran enter. Tonight's have thirty three for Sunday night and thirty nine for Monday night so. Well we'll we will see and I'm still debating whether. Put by tomatoes out this weekend or not. Yeah. We haven't done ACA. I guess for that and also are. Yeah their salary. It's We've read that You know. You don't want to many cold nights for salary, you know. Her. So we've we've been holding off on that, but they really need to get out I mine, too. Mine are getting big in tomatoes are definitely getting big so and my Toma t is definitely getting big. So yeah, anxious to get them out, but I. I really I. Just don't I just couldn't cover them all. They'd just no way I could do. Some. Just to Tuesday I guess. Lawrence, thanks for the call appreciate. It was fun. But and we have a caller. Eddin Roxbury did you say? Hey Ed you there i. can you hear me all right? I hear you fine. What's going on in the garden? Well I have a question on the fries so I was talking to one of my friends, and he said well. If you don't have row covers in near real coal pocket, just turn on the sprinkler system. For the temperature drops below freezing. And put some of a fine. Layer Lice your plan to does that make that well? It does, and that's technique. They use in Florida for the. For, oranges, and strawberries and things like that. In that works better for fruit than it does for for green plants like. Tomatoes and that kind of thing. But it's it's a little on the risky side and I honestly would not recommend it because you've got a time that sprinklers, so that its cold that you're getting it on there just as it gets down to you know temperature, because if you put it onto soon, it'll just you know just roll off. You won't have the ICE. Thickness Vice, so you're going to have to either get up early in the morning or get up a few times during the night and hit that just right, so you turn the sprinkler around, so that'll turn to ice just at the right time. So. That's a that's a timing issue that I'm not sure. You know that it's worth the day or two It's of no advantage to your plants to put him in and risk that though so if you can possibly put them in Wednesday, I that would be. My recommendation is just avoid the whole thing because you know the plans don't like the cold and and even though you may say them, you run the risk of losing some of them, so I'm not sure that the risk is worth the two days. That's my opinion. That's probably what I'm GONNA do. Now if I was in. Yeah. Well thank you very much. Do you think you're going to try it or? Now I think I'm GonNa go onto the Safeway side. Row covers well. If you. If you change your mind, let me know I. WanNa. Hear if that works. Okay I'll do that all right Ed. Hey, thanks for the call. Welcome, thank you. Yeah. There's there's things like that that work really well if you're in Florida you know, but. They got you run the risk of. It it not working so well. We Jamaica plants, and then that's the sort of the balancing act. Is it worth that risk? But and honestly even row covers have certain amount of risk. You know recover will keep you know you have to make sure that those route covers are not touching the leaves Mars. They have to be supported above the leaves so that their space for the the warmer. Warmer air from the ground, the ground heated air can get up above where the where the plant is because if the row covers touching Morris when you come out after the words that row cover will be. Covered with ice. If that's touching any of the leaves, or if it gets heavy enough, that falls down on the leaves, then you could a frost burn on the tops of the leaves or you know so. I don't know for my money as I. Don't think it's worth the risk, so even though I really really really Wanna get those plants in the ground this weekend I'm GonNa wait till Wednesday. So Talking of things that we can plant. There's tons of things you can plant today and tomorrow that have nothing to do with Frost and you're absolutely home free and things like green beans, right? You'RE GONNA. Put them in the ground. They're going to be fine for the next few days. No problem if frost right on top of the ground in and in you know no problem You can see your cucumbers your summer. Squash use Akini you know. All of those things are fine to to put in You could actually put your sets of Kale and Broccoli Charge pumpkins cauliflower you can certainly seed you're more should be at least on your second crop. A lettuce you WANNA see a second crop of lettuce. Second Crop appease in radishes, so go ahead and seed all those things, beets and carrots. should have a second crop now. and of course your Pumpkins, you can see those things now. I wouldn't put out sets of of tomatoes Tomiichi cucumbers. Wouldn't you do the squash sets celery? We were just talking about that. And so that's sort of a question mark If you don't have to do it if you can wait till Wednesday, I would fennel same thing. Pretty much all the Cole family though you're okay. Swiss chard is fine eggplants. No I wouldn't do the plants at all matter of fact I, probably wait till next weekend for eggplants, Okra in in a peppers and sweet potatoes. If you're doing those. And let's see what else well potatoes, of course if you have potatoes plant them. They might potatoes are up an inch to inch on some early. Ones were up two inches in the The later varieties are up just just starting to break ground. and. What fun I I have to tell you Joel I had my. Grandson the older one before you're old. And I said let's go out and see the guard and he's sitting. You know Grandpa I wanNA know everything. Is You know we went through You know there's what's that Oh that's what we'd. See, look, a little closer, and then you see these little things. What do you think the Hitler Parsley I said well, you're half right there actually carrots and it's in the Parsley family when that good, I think yeah, yeah. And the beats you know went through those and the garlic and the onions coming up there up like six inches now. We just planted a few weeks ago and they. They're doing great. Great Great. but I have been watering every single night. You know it's The heat and spent schist unbelievable I. You know you get up to ninety two degrees in. That's August weather. Honestly and you know August. Whether I'm I'm I'm water in. You know twice a week at least and and that's when they have full root systems, but you know you have to think you know carrot. It's up half inch well. It's probably got maybe an inch route, so you know you you don't have a lot of leeway and so if you have young young plants like that if you have beets and carrots and Peas and lots a lettuces and Sing Young. Young Kale's coming up, and then of course the sets the sets of the same thing. They just have that one little red ball, and so they're starting to put some routes out. They don't have a lot of access to moisture in the soil you have to. You should be watering those things probably every day, and That's I think. That's pretty important right now. Particularly with this heat. You! Guys are getting heat over there by the lake to right boy. I tell you it's the something else. Out plans for for everything, because of all the critters, and I even bought. even bought my sunflowers for the first time. Rather than start them inside myself by the time I get the out. They get to spindly and then. To break off on their own in the wind, so I picked up a bunch from Clawson's. and. They've grown. In like in three or four days, they've grown about four or five inches. Wow, oh, that's great. That's really exciting. Yeah, well, I'm glad you mentioned that because I was thinking I, wanted to you have these Trellis I use and and the they're made out of emt pipe, and frankly they're not really pretty, and I know my wife is so I was like you know. They look like pipes in the garden. So I told myself this year, and I was thinking about your The the ones that you plant in the in the on your mailbox. Lords morning glories. I was thinking about those i. thought well, you know they would go up on one side and and then I was thinking of maybe getting some flour inhabit on both sides. You know so that they'd had that. You know that big leafy stuff and and I don't think that they would bother. The peas beans much I think they'd be all right, and then the other one is Nester Shem. Have them grow up the sides? You know so that we can hide those The pipes one thing I haven't been successful in doing, and maybe maybe you can't. In this area, but I was planting sunflowers and morning glories together hoping the morning glories would grow. But. This year it looks like it just might happen. Really Sunflower sunflowers are really growing fast the morning glories. They just kind of they just stayed. Put until they decide to grow. Yeah, I've never been able to accelerate morning glories. At any rate, another little funny experiment, and even those I bought because you know I tend to give myself confused but. Since, has them? Little peat pots. You know with whatever color they are. Oh, yeah, yeah, be very patriotic this year, red, white and Blue Cross. And Blue, scarlet and blue. Morning Glories morning glories white. Moon flowers so i. didn't know I always thought they were just blew. Other read and Some of them have multi-colors well. If you're into. Basic genetics you can actually plant your morning glory seeds, and then you know if you harvest your seeds by the second and third generation, you can do the Mandelli and compositions mentally and You know what percentage? Budgen. Blue What would be read? It worked very well. That used to be high school genetic. With morning glory. That sounds like fun. Actually I well. Yeah, I guess you could say he's now I. Don't know if you can save the seeds from Let's see from the morning glories, but wouldn't they cross pollinate a little bit while the whole point Oh. Okay. So. If you deal with two specific purebreds, varieties and blue, perfect, white and the blue be perfect, yeah! Well. That's good and the other thing I did was I bought. I bought my very first. rhubarb plant now. Usually I cut my route. I you know, dig down and take part of an existing plant and plant it somewhere else. I still have my grandfather's rhubarb, but I'm I'm I'm I'm figuring one that is not at all connected to the original host plant Sir those many years ago, I might have a little extra vigour, so I'm going to have to little rhubarb patches. You know one that I I know the history of because it's been part of the family for over fifty years. Can you believe that and Yes, yes, and and the new one. The new little plants that I picked up from from Clawson's and they start everything there in by seed themselves, so it's nothing that's brought in from outside, so I'll see how my to rhubarb patches compare. Yeah, that'd be interesting. now I can't say I've ever had huge luck with with asparagus. We have asparagus when we've been. You know cutting it, but you know I've got to three by ten patches. And I can't say that I. Really have a good I'm not quite sure although I've got that. Manure I think I'm gonNA manure up good this year. And see if I if I don't get a little bit better yield. We'll see you know earlier you were. You were talking about getting rid of Ferns with Jeff. Yeah Yeah Okay my my fiddle head patch, which is huge. I am not kidding right now. I should have taken a selfie although believe it or not. I don't know how to do. You know with a flip phone. But the the my my ferns in the backyard that originated from the fiddleheads are five feet tall now. My Chin no kidding. Oh my Gosh! Never see the biggest ever been. That's amazing. Yeah, well, it's funny because they're not particularly. There aren't particular about with the soil that they're in, but it. It does have to be somewhat acidic. And they and they have this year. They finally completed their their job. Their mission, not my mission, their mission. They have completely wiped out the day lilies that I had right along though city yup update taken over. I am down to. I don't have daily one at this point and I used to have tons day. Lilies and I planted the original of FIDDLEHEADS. just behind them. Three little fiddle head plants just to use as a barometer when the real fiddleheads in the woods would be up, and as a I've been mentioning many times I've got about. Thirty or forty by fifty foot pack. My wife is envious. I have to tell you that every time I mentioned the fiddle. Has We need to do with? Would tell us. I. I followed I followed no plan other than. Just dug up a couple in put them in. Put them in the backyard. Thing. Hopefully, these will come up and that'll tell me when to go into the woods. 'cause you'll have. Trouble years straight I went into the woods, and they were all ferns there Lake. Decide to come up and you have. Oh, you have just about a week. Really a wheaton ten days, maybe at the most yarder to window in order to harvest well. Where are you where we are? Black? Fly is usually the barometer that we use because soon as the blackflies show up, the that's when they that's when they're at their best, so it's suit up if you want if you want fiddleheads, but We saw our first dragonfly yesterday I saw him. So that's usually the end of the blackflies, fortunately, so that and if we get that really cold night. Sunday night that'll that'll set them back for sure so and in the woods. All the lady slippers came up. My my my wife is real flower person and don't step on it. Don't step. I did not tend not to notice things like that. Woods but People you know and that's a nature protection area out. By the by the former airport in Colchester, the Lady's slipper. What's The flower? Look like it just one of red the red rolling down I guess they're. They're protected. I'm heading towards the phones here, okay? You know walk and Chew Gum at the same time. Okay, and if I push that button and I do this and say good afternoon, though your first name and town please all, Dick. A Dick. You Buddy. WHAT'S UP Good Good I think a week or so ago you gave their website for looking at different prelates options. Oh that was actually just going to be on the the facebook that wd facebook. I did give my website, but my email address. If you wanted to just email me a note and I can send you back a a photo of them. And that's just TV garden at AOL DOT COM so. You can Just send me a note? Nelson just some pictures that I have. Getting my daughter started. They put in some raised beds for her cool. Much room so I put in some cucumbers and. Now, I gotTA. These things trellis. All over the place otherwise. Yeah, that's right. That's right. I had the same problem right now. I've got peas coming up and in two beds in the that we've replaced the box on this year and I didn't put the trailer says back and look at them. They're up about six inches and I thought oh I. Better get going on this. Again outgrowth. They're gonNA race. They're going to win the race. I'M GONNA lose. A lot garlic every year. And last fall I put in some garlic bulbs in two of my raise beds, and they're right next to a role that I've got just normal ground planning, sure and I would say they want my garlic and the raise beds is. Twice as big is. Yeah I mean. Oh. That's nice. Little different, so it'll be interesting to actually get the ball down. That's that's the final test, but usually it's a good. If you've got a good fat stock you need. You have plenty of layers on the. That's good. What what? my radishes and lettuce, or just not working for me this year for some reason why well the heat! The definitely would beat them. and. That's one of the reasons I've been water. Every night is to try to cool down that. Cool them down. Because you're right. That'll make them bolt faster and anything is just. The just sat downright heat so so far keeping my fingers crossed. They look okay, and the spinach is not bolting yet and so. Try if if. The thing is is. As with anything. Replant them. Just for plan I mean you know Spinach and lettuce? They're up and short time and next time you plant your lettuce plant to of variety like an iceberg, lettuce or Romaine, and they're much less sensitive to the heat in the and those are good too nice heads, and then the other one I found that the iceberg graduates were much more tolerant of the of the heat than your regular Cherry chair bells. So give those try or else go onto high mowing seed and see if they have any that they recommend for heat. That would be good. My onions I actually started onions from seed this year. and I put those in a couple of weeks ago, and they seem to be doing pretty well. That's great and I. I also I put in some Red Sets so I've got kinda close by so I kind of look at the difference in how they they grow differently, and what the end result, so that'll be interesting so that again say that again. Read what? Some red onion. Oh, read so there you go! Yeah I got a bad ago. Read to plant this weekend too so. I guess like you might plan for this weekend. Was the put in my tomatoes? Isn't. Working think I'm GONNA way too. Good for you. Well dig thanks so much for calling this really could hear you and I. We have another caller Oh, to judy in Berry or Joe Duty Berry Okay Hey judy. Hi I'm wondering how to get rid of invasive, bamboo. We had call A. Couple of weeks ago and the the the. Is I should just say well good luck. But the the main thing that you can do with evasive bamboo courses to try to cut the crowns You don't cut him down and if you can put your spirit in and cut the crowned, and then you've got to smother them and I mean really smother. You've gotTA use black plastic, not just a landscape cloth. You WANNA cut off. All the air you WanNa, cut off all the lights and you WANNA. Cut off all any kind of moisture and. You know they they are so persistent that they'll probably even push up that black. Black Plastic, so I would recommend either using two layers of black plastic, or or using a layer, black plastic, and and some sort of heavy mulch to hold it down because you're trying to try to kill it and choke it out, and that's about your only possibility. I'm being I. Assume that you don't WanNA use a a nerve aside. I don't WanNA use Evans, wondering about rock saw. This is a piece of of the land that don't use. It's behind the garage, but it ten tends to go move into other property. Is just wondering if I put rock salt down there that went. Ahead in heard about rock salt so much. At this point you're, you are trying to kill it. You could certainly try that people say you. They use rocks aisles, salt to keep the weeds down in asparagus because a spirit license. That's the thing you have to watch out. You never know it might actually like that. So. You know the maybe maybe I don't know. I just don't know when. With, but I do know that the only way to do it is to cut it down. Try to dig as much as the. the the root out as you can find if you can find the crown, and then just absolutely smother it and go out beyond where it is a little bit when you do, smother and make sure that you give yourself a good six inches, maybe him in a foot beyond where it is because they'll definitely creep out to try to find the light. Okay, thank you okay, good luck. Let me know how goes. Thank you. All right Joel, and then we have Joe in Northfield Hey Ju. I'm good and yourself out that I have. For you on PS kindness, girl on like. Yup. I've got. And all around. runabout hurt my. The book say don't much fertilizing and all. You have. Old. Probably Somehow is. We've got a row probably about seventy five feet long. And About half of them will come out in the afternoon. Yeah. That's not. That's not an uncommon problem with peas. and. Peas are very fickle that way. and. It was I went to Merrill. Glares a farm once and I was looking at his flowers, and by Golly I, said Gee. Those look like peas, Maryland, he said Yeah. That's the only way I plant my PS. Anymore I start them. You know one see the NFL, and then I transplant them, so if you're having problems and sometimes it soil moisture. Sometimes, it's heat. Sometimes, it's cold in. It's hard to tell with peas And I've I've done both done I planted. Some and I must have just hit. It does right because those are coming up great. And then I did some in cells, and I planted those and those are doing fine. So, if You know if. If you're having problems with one one thing you can try to do is go ahead and secure peace. Before you plant them. Sometimes that helps, that's. One of the options so overnight or so come for well. It'd be a minimum about six hours, but so come, so they swell up a little bit. You know they're not that hard little wrinkled thing. And and then the other thing that some people do is when they soak them. They'll sell them in. A liquid seaweed because The seaweed is a roof roof growth enhancer in that may help too so. You know just give just give that a try and in if they still don't come up. Replanted two sections of peas, because I had sort of spotty growth and so just last weekend I- replanted between those. and those those were up top of the hill and you just you know you just never know peace or like that they're very fickle. Joe You still there. Did we lose Joe. Okay Joel. I'm sorry I. Think we lost you? You might be talking but He went out of cell coverage Oh. Okay Joe. What's happening all right? Let's see something's happening me. Drop that. Let me just dropped that and then let me go. Just probably is a new color orange. Joe. At any rate good afternoon. Your first name in town Jay Wakefield. Hey Jane. I'm just curious. I'm looking at my lilac tree. It's it's actually like a little tree. and. It's got plenty of flowers on it, but they're not very bright, they're. They're very dolor, almost white. Well there, have you? Is this the first year with it or is it? It's all. It's been here for a long time. And Is it a big butcher small, Bush? Fairly big probably twenty feet tall. Yeah do prune it on a regular basis. I just did foon some of that stuff off I. saw. That's what you want to call you. generally you know they don't need to be fed. I and so I would I would probably look to pruning it and to reinvigorate it a little bit We just took a big whack out of both of our or actually I should say my daughter did it for us. But and you know that's that's the best way to invigorate a Bush tree like that and Oh my good Lord I one of our has one. That's like you say well. It must be twenty feet around huge and. I think that's basically what keeps it. keeps it strong, you know. Right and he felt quite nice. He's don't really smell much at all. Yeah, yeah! And yeah, well I think. It's just like a wild apple tree. You know sometimes a wild apple gets into a cycle where it has, it bears really well one year, and then barely anything the next year, and that that's a a pruning issue is just you know you need to send it out? That would be my first I suggested you could try some compost on a composter SORTA neutral and and would definitely combination of them you know would be would be good. Just put the compost on now or Put It on right now give a good watering, and you know sometimes those things are affected by the heat, and we did have an awful heat wave here. Earlier Ashley Yeah. Yeah, you just never know you know last year. The heat wave hit me just right and I I didn't have one head on my Broccoli's. I was like. I know what you know. What happened though is in in November. I had these Broccoli's with heads on him. Because I just kept watering and feeding them, wondering if they would come back just to watch and Kinda learn a little bit I thought about replanting, but the only consolation that that people could come up with as well. You can eat the like Kale. I had a Gordon in California when I used to live out there I had two dogs, and soon as the Broccoli came up. That I was thinking well I'll harvest tonight. We'll have brought before dinner. Same eaten of wall. The dogs. Well I used to give them the stocks. hops off. Train them. Too much grief about it. I had a friend who was in the habit of of throwing raspberry to dog. You you know what happened after that. We're raspberries. Very well I appreciate your. Thing Jay, thanks. Listen yeah take care. Now Okay well I guess. Are we do for a break? We do I just wanted. My dog would ever eat any. You have to train them how? I tried you know beagles. They just don't fetch no. I try to get her to. Throw a ball out there. Yeah, you've just looks at it. He's the only the only ball. She would chase his a meatball. I'd. Broccoli. And as we reach the final moments of the program. We always have time for another caller and Peter. Oh Yeah. You got a caller. Okay. I think your mic just went off, oh. We have Norman Bristol's norm. How are you sir? Good. How are you good? I wanted you to run through the reinvigorating the road race Bej. Headline in Nineteen. But what else? well I'd I like a couple of time? This is in a four by four sixteen square feet, which is about a tablespoon per square foot so couple. I'm a cup of seek help. Meal. And you could replace that with a tablespoon of of of see Kale liquid seek help per square foot. Mix It in with a gallon or so? Cup per square foot. That'd be right. And then I like to add some sort of rock powder, and there's a commercial rock powder called Azam might Oh, I meant to mention this I'm glad you asked about it because I. I went back to the Montpellier Way. Because somebody called, it was a lady called last week and said they didn't know what as a might was. And but I just went up and said I need a bag is a might and she ta you know, put it in and brought it over to me, so they do have asthma, so you've got lime couple of couple of See Cup Cup of rock powder of some type and then a cup of of some sort of organic. Fertilizer. You know like a pro. Yeah, and that's a nice general general fertilizer so that you know when you're starting right out. There's there's stuff that's. You know in your bed and and that's a good start right there. If you if you put that in and then you know for the fertilizer, just sort of follow your you know, follow the recommendation for whatever you're growing. You've got heavy feeders and light feeders and someone of. A? TABLESPOON PER per plant every week or every two weeks, or you know so just follow the instructions for whatever fertilizer using. And you can substitute that you can substitute a full year feeding for some of those as well some a lot of organic farmers and gardeners really liked the fish fertilizer. You know so. So and how do you use your fish fertilizer? Just. Have gallons sprayer and. Usually a little you know. Apply it that way, so that's what a tablespoon of gallon or four tablespoons. Gallon can't remember. Four four Taylor cents a gallon and then. Instruction using this year yeah yeah, and so you do that at once a week or do you do it every other day? Or how do you do probably once a week? Yeah, once a week, so that's. Yeah. That's what they they seem to be. The norm is and and you know that's during July and August when you're. You're watering twice a week. You can just do what still do once a week on the fertilizer. Yeah That's A. I have a observation. Just came. This came in from going out there hunting this morning and I've been seen all this. honeysuckle, the wild honeysuckle now this taken over the roadsides and Putting out blossoms right now, and there's a lot of bumblebees. Working those blossoms and they have for years and Junkins to showed up. And also on the wild rose I. Don't know if you've seen that. Invasive Oil Rose Yup. Multiflora rose. Yeah, yeah, there's a lot of farmers. Eat that stuff. All my guy he goes up is watching it today or looking at it as an walking down this road and it had to be and what you're trying to climb up. Either three or whatever's going next to it? Oh, yeah, It'll go up there twenty thirty feet. Yeah Yeah. Well. It's wondering if it's good to be or if it isn't good to the beach, I I know the bumblebees and honeybees are both working. On both of them so I don't know if you heard any, we could call it invasive, but you know the the piece in the the Bumblebees, and all those nectar, eating insects Just call it food, so you know. Yeah, it's it's fine for them. It's not a problem at all I even. Pennsylvania where my? Parents lived is my brother's There's grapes grape vines growing up all the trees out there. You know and they put out flowers and you know. Source of pollen, certainly source of. Nectar so. I would say there's no you know would be detrimental or not I. Can do about. Turnout well the. My favorite a weed is the milkweed. That, that's definitely Oh man, and that that has a fragrance that really is right up on a par with Lilac. I'd have to say it's one of my favorites. And I tell you a quick story about not. Yup Joel says yes. Go right ahead. Last year I was outside splitting wood, and I been nurturing these milkweed plants him. I'd seen an adult going over feeding on them laying your eggs, yeah, I started. Caterpillar has come out, and they kept getting bigger and bigger and bigger than they hatched out so. This Day when I was splitting, my would I had a minor come flying around the so I. I took a break because I had. been doing it for a while and. I had a little sweat on my fist so I. put it out in front of me into monarch came over and land on it and started. You know there little. That they quite long actually, but it was feeding on the sweat. Be No. Then I yeah. I watched it for quite a while and I put it over on. A plan and I went to walk back and came back. So I put my other handout made a fast and good. The same thing I'll be done now. The next thing I put that one down. We and then I was walking away, started flying around, and it came over and landed on my cheek. something. I made a move and flew off so I stopped, and you're not gonNA believe this. It came back and landed right my ear. It looked like it was I mean I could see. It looked like I shall. Like it was talking to me for six unbelievable. Saying thanks or Something Yeah Yeah, that's the that's a great. Great Story Norway. Appreciate True Yeah Yeah. Yeah well well go. You must be a sweet guy if they're coming after. Well that's a great story. I'll have to tell my grandson about that. Well. Thanks very much. Take. No problem. Glad to great great great great story! Is that good yeah? Monarch. Doing that no Turkey vulture. At any rate, we, I guess final words time. Final words is Wait till Wednesday to plan and don't forget to water in this heat. Oh my Gosh! 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