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"montpellier" Discussed on In the Garden
"Absolutely good idea. No question about it. A lot of times you'll see those leaves are starting to yellow anyway and sometimes all the mold is really a secondary problem. The plant is trying to get rid of these leaves cutting them off. They're not getting the you know the The right nutrients and so it's a good thing took off. That's that's no problem whatsoever if you continue if you see some though go ahead and spam or something that You know whether. It's andy. Andy finn goal or just like milk and baking soda baking. You know that'll take care of that problem because you could spray them with almost savings spread with fisher motion. Whatever which trying to do is change the ph on those leaves and the bolts will grow. But you can turn off trim off. Okay i'm really glad i haven't done any damage the plant producing likely you're going to the plants to grow by trimming amal. Okay well thank you for your call and we are reached a point here in our program where this is the conclusion of this edition of in the garden with peterberg. Of course we thank peter we thanks forbes moral for being with us live here for our live audience here and of course for our listening audience listening. Today the garden brought to you by arch family owned true value store in morrisville by these flowers. Guard job main street. At wakefield clawson's fluorinated greenhouse on main street. And colchester montpellier segue farm and garden on eastman fielder sticks and stuff and swan lumber in middlesex. Middlesex state all bent heat. Has burke swatted a derby guys farming yard stores all four of them in morrisville montpellier williston and st albans lumber route fifteen at walcott the willie store in greensboro dandelion acres garden center in bethel on one. Oh seven and polly construction. Where one call does it all. We will join us again next saturday at twelve thirty in the garden. This is w d..
Suspect Arrested Over Easter Linked to French Church Plot
"The suspect in France has been arrested over Easter linked to a church plot French anti terrorism investigators say an eighteen year old woman arrested over the weekend is suspected of planning an attack on the church new details have emerged about the teen who is living in a housing project in busy day in southern France who is suspected of plotting the attack targeting nearby Montpellier over Easter anti terrorism officials now say that during a search of the house they found a printed photos of the schoolteacher beheaded by a radical Islamist in October as well as bomb making materials I'm Charles de Ledesma
5 women arrested in southern France in suspected attack plot
"Family of five women have been arrested in southern France is part of an anti terrorist investigation as Rebecca Rossman reports, police say one of the family members is suspected of plotting an attack on the southern city of Montpellier during an Easter holiday. The case centers around an 18 year old woman living in a housing project in the southern city of busy a previously unknown to French terrorism investigators. They say the woman boasted to neighbors about watching Islamic state videos online and that she planned to attack a religious site in multimedia during the Easter holiday weekend. Police say they found a sword and dangerous chemicals during a raid of the woman's home. She was arrested along with her mother and three sisters, one of whom is a minor. The national anti terrorist prosecutor's office has
"montpellier" Discussed on WTOP
"Have for you insured by and see you, eh? 7 18 traffic and weather on the eights and Jack Taylor's in the W. T O be Traffic center. Okay, That's a lot of equipment in Virginia on 66 out of 29 in Gainesville. We believe most of the activity is going to become an eastbound. There's word, maybe an accident. There's also word of a fire, so please be very careful coming into Gainesville, 66 East near Exit 43 in Arlington. Westbound Wilson Boulevard between North Oak and North Pierce Street's closed westbound. It is one way it's unfortunate due to a water main break now the eastbound lanes, which are Clarendon Boulevard there, open and without slow down, 66 headed in the West bound direction as you had to and from business to 34. There's overnight work that's going to be there Through this afternoon. Two left lanes were getting by right now really not causing much of a delay. You're in pretty decent shape on the Beltway between Alexandria and McClane, the reported issues 95 headed north bound, slow Dale City in the Woodbridge, then just a little heavy and crowded in Newington. Nothing to worry about 3 90 five's wide open out of Springfield, riding toward the 14th Street Bridge into Maryland on the Beltway in a loop down your Branch Avenue were reported Crash. Look at that delay again. Suitland Parkway headed toward Naylor Road. Her short timing lights never really causes a big issue through the mid day, But look at that delay. It's causing big inbound delays again this morning. We dealt with it last week to Mark Kirk Road. You're alternating between Ellington driving Montpellier driving Beltsville. There was an overnight crash that's gone. Utility crews have been dealing with downed wires. Fire department was on East West Highway in Hyattsville, near Belle Crest Road. That was a reported structure. Fire. There also was an earlier crash out of Arnold in Randall County route to South the ramp to go west on 50. There'd been an earlier crash topside, outer loop. You've got brake lights, New Hampshire towards Georgia to 70 South found good out of Frederick. You're heavy inner Bana south toward 109. The only delay headed all the way to the lane Divide. Ledo Pizza Square Because Ledo Pizza never cuts corners. Lido pizzas been a local favorite since 1955 order online have ledo pizza dot com Jack Taylor, w T o P. Traffic, and Matt Ritter joins us here with the forecast in that we're gonna need the sun to work on those temperatures today, but that's exactly what it will do by mid morning will be above freezing again. A lot of the countryside locations.
"montpellier" Discussed on The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast
"Okay fastest serve in the game. Oh is it philipoussis. yes it is as mark philippoussis. Yeah he had a beaming served me but yeah he lost that twenty three federal yeah exactly federal first wimbledon Because yeah it was just felt like the only way that he he was gonna be able to hurt. Federal was on his thing. I think when i was growing up as a fan of she's remember watching much like mine. Federer's return game. Is i really strong against someone. Like philipoussis assisi hide like occur. Like andy roddick level of soap speed to his. Yeah definitely. I mean i did have some other which may have also given the game away. Philippines's starred as the bachelor in age of law which is a reality tv dating show. He also competed in the mosque singer. Australia in twenty twenty as a kid which is one of the characters space He was the first contestant to be eliminated. So perhaps he's not the best singer and he went out with does hookah trim. Who used to be neighbors as well say yeah. Exciting times are listed sloughs. No if you got mark philippines's before joe did or after ought to give me those three clues they would be absolutely heart. Some kind of glad. I got it when i did. Yeah listen best. They did but let's move came to another feature of ours that we're going to be bringing back the passing shot. Mail bag This is our feature where listeners have been getting in touch with us to give us give jolan kim some questions to kind of chew over and we got two questions this week and the first question is from liz who has got in touch with the show on e mail and her question to us was what are your thoughts about the chances of andy murray making the top hundred or top fifty or top twenty in the next year. Oh in the next year. I k- well. I mean my initial thoughts on this show top hundred yes top fifty thousand fantastic top twenty impossible. Oh the next year. I mean i just what we see. No vandy lay. I'm not. I think. I think top twenty would be going some hundred for sure. i think. that's that's doable. I only be to set for. I'm going to say top hundred yes fifty. Es but talk twenty. I think is. I think in light immediate future. Just yeah it's disturbing. Unless he's going to do something drastic. Like win. The miami open all do something do do something out like really exceptional. But i think if he can make i think more steady progress. I think. Talk fifty seven. He's attainable top. Fifty would be a real good achievement. But it depends you know. He's playing late fee level events noun. And if he's not going to be going beyond the first round it's difficult to see how he's really going to get back up until i think we'll know we'll know think client quite seen which i think is purchase found. Zoom is kind of scary thing about it is the thing will kind of have perceptions in our head of of how good this murray combat will be. You know the more tournaments he obviously plays and the the more apparently faces in the quality of the payments. He faces say yeah. I think it's a bit of a british cut of satisfies nervy at the baby. Tubs of andy. Murray fans particularly. Because when we know he's such a great champion but at the moment it's yeah it is wondering is it sort of bay of an unknown as in terms of ways ryan giggs and another question. Joe that we've had on. Twitter is from topspin lob. So thank you for this. This is a very interesting question. They put out this. Do you think coco goff windsor major. By the time she is twenty one. i mean. That's a very intriguing question. Joe i mean festival bushy with a major but be is she going to do it in the next forty five years. What do you think. Yeah i mean this is. I mean for me actually the more interesting question. A witch major. Does she win. Because i i personally think that she will win a major by the time. She's twenty one the fact that she's breaking on to the tour so early and we've see we've seen players from nowhere. Reach finals at grand slam. Final is time finalist and win them. We've seen that happen more on the you know in the wgn side than the atp side. I'm thinking yeah. I play his like kenan. The australian open rescue the us pin those sorts of moments. And i think kirk gulf could do something similar. I know she's only sixteen at the moment. So i didn't think i think it's still kind of years away but i do think that could happen to her. Despite in maybe kind of like a name isaka so being around and and of the other players as well baton. Yeah that's achievable. And if i was one step further in terms of what slam it might be for some reason. I just kind of see it being wimbldon. I just think the. I just think hard 'cause it's gonna be too many big hitters the gonna light. She's gonna come unstuck against i. Reckon a wimbledon think. Maybe she has a better chance. Yes interesting i agree with you on hardcourts. I think this team many other players especially right now who comes above all. I personally don't think she will win a slam by the time. She's twenty one. I think i think she will win. One but i think she older twenty three twenty four. I just. I'm not sure who say much. Pressure and hype has been put on her such a young age. That's gonna take take some toll. But i think when it comes to it that the friendship and she'd be where she does it. Because i just think the franchise but we see a lot more maiden slam champions there and i just feel that she no. Es is no offense but a lot of time in a drawer opens often you when you slam the. I live on a surface. Maybe didn't think you would say. I think that's that's what i'm going forward but i think yeah it's it's kind of. There is no dominant women's a but obviously can check off. That was very different kettle of fish. But yeah i think that's one to remain a ver. I i think if i could go has really good like wimbledon this year. For example i i probably would change much to this cortisol. Semi's i'd be like right natio- stephanie arriving but yeah it's it's an..
"montpellier" Discussed on The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast
"I think i think i could deal with the stress in the hassle and even more uncertainty than you would have even just by being a habits. It's uncertain enough. Say absolutely fairplay details on there. And i wish him well in his in his break as well Let's just talk on the other event that has finished at this weekend. Nuts the atp event in singapore's So this is a a new van isn't a joel. This is being pushed on kind of because of covid essentially and yet to fifty level. This was won by while a first time. Atp title winner. Alexi paradin of australia. he came through in three sets against alexander public. Say three sets finals going on. Yeah i i'm i. I'm on the tool. He was pretty dominant off. That i have to say dropped it. Four six absolutely nominated for blake. His was very don't i think he he won seven consecutive service games to love from being down in that fast that say he. I put out the back when you need it today. I mean incredible achievement from popular in real big talent from australia. I think yeah he he. Will i think push now into think he's out. He was outside the top one hundred kind of going into this. Of course he's going to make inroads there. And i think looking at this week and i think particularly his if he can kind of build his game around his you know his serve and and have that sort of working for him i think he can genuinely push up into fifty and beyond just speaking about his opponent. alexander public. I mean he is a box of tricks. He's a little bit like a little bit like nick. Kerio does have the the capacity to go kind of oriental walkabouts. And you always. I feel like you always feel like no matter. How well he's paying your always have a chance against him. Despite kind of taking that first set he just he just sort of imploded and once he kind of got behind he wasn't able to kind of get back in and that's why i think in was able to kind of dominate. I mean four. Six six love six to if philip bob late needs a bed to coach or a psychologist on this team to get his head straight because his talent is that i think we've seen not and he needs. I think he needs something else though to make sure that he can con- of ton his talent into victories and not let these. I think results kind of happen. But he still very young and he's still learning and look more time to mature in sight yet. May i mean popular in any drop. Six points behind say very dominant with his seven before in the final but i mean the out black and his his abilities. Encore at what we did see from him this week. Did he give up. What i know you love. So don't she serves as this idea. It's the reserve the reverse sad. I think maybe the inside out serve you could go to. We still of hit the ball on the inside of the outset. Say kind of cutting the wrong way crucible. Essentially so it's when it lands is the spin is completely deferred and ready to raise. The we sold pool is out the back i mean. Are you a fine. Because if you close as like the underarm said which i know you'll like ready canaan a good tactic or is it a bit silly anita see more of it i think Listen if you know what we're talking about. Just i think just got itchy been type in reverse irvine. I think you'll you'll be able to see what we mean. I think it came from taylor. Fritz i instagram but it's cobb tried to set it off to the tour. I think kind of oversee the kind of iraq's players. Yeah i'm not. I'm not sure that. I feel like i don't know if it's a genuine tactical if it's like a more of a an exhibition shot. I feel like it. Says shaw that has low success rate and as a result of that. It's going to go in. Yeah the more times you try it. It's inevitably going to go into the net more times and probably make you look a bit silly. If it does come off. I can see it working because it does go away from the opponent and maybe particularly across call. That could be quite effective. But i feel like the the execution rate of actually pulling this off still. It's just it's just really tough and unless you're this you're able to consistently i don't feel like it's going to be a a a genuine tactic. People could pull out pull out of the bag when when they need it. Yeah exactly. I think it's quite hard actually executing and get it correct so if it does go wrong. Just look a bit foolish date new pink. The underarm service a lot easier to be a strategy. Will they for me the drums have. I'm still the jury's out. I'm still not convinced where they serve the reverse if i think technically it's a lot more difficult so i'm i'm much more fe with this being a thing to me. It's it's you know you are expanding repertoire whereas the under two major seems bit comical listeners. A snake what you think. Because i think we'll be saying more office on the tour. Be quite interesting. Say but yeah. I mean just just a new on on singapore. I think it was pretty decent tournament of see. It was quite a today. That the top seed adrian mannarino just kind of get the point across his wife. Always by the actually. Yeah it was. It was kind of a new twenty. It was great. I think there were fans. They're kind of watching highlights the final. So that was that was good to see and yeah oversee is one of those tone. And he's been set out to give player's opportunity. But i think particularly the australian play is you don't have to go. I guess as as for to play in kind of an atp level event so yeah. I really think really good. We also have a guy on at the moment in cordoba in argentina the final as on tonight you k time. It is albatov vigneault lass..
"montpellier" Discussed on The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast
"But i'm colin one of those players that can always put offer upset as whereas we've seen her before I think ashbal is injured fair. She has pulled out of the next few tournaments aiming to play miami. What do you make of kind of what we saw this week. From from thirty. W was good. I think this was. I think a lot of people may sense. This is almost kind of last hurrah. Maybe as the world number-one ranking for now Because you know playing at that level yet. And i think oversee she was um you know while kind of locked and wasn't prepared to kind of play on the tool and think of the moment she just needs she's needs match practice and i know you know. She's pulled out. Doha juice to injury. But i think she's going to need to be able to String of weeks together. In order to get back to level the we'll back in that sort of a top five because at the moment i think when she does sapling to call. I just don't think she i think she's playing like a number one. I don't actually think she's paying like a five with darren. Kind of top employer. The moment and really is one of these pays. You don't want to come up against because she will on she her day. I think kind of really upset. You know the best of the best in the women's game and we spike about the you know the jessica dealers and the shelby roaches You know of american tennis at all kind of getting the most out of their games at the moment in reaching that potential and nothing daniel collins one of these as we saw if i think the gallo bear and is i think a little bit underrated but she on her day. Really is a really feisty and aggressive character and she just had too much for for ashbal. Balti- i mean coming through six three six four in that in that match. I don't know if injury was kind of set during the match in unhampered. Baltia little bit. Perhaps but yeah. I think balti- is going to need to. She's going to need to. I think address con of how she to get match practice. Now the kind of their tournaments out that she's going to obviously have to travel outside australia But she's going to need to get some sort of rhythm together and when she's kind of. I think going to be pulling out tournaments like doha because of injury. I don't think she's gonna play to buy and she can go into miami. I think at the end of the month pretty code. I just don't think it's going to help her. In terms of kind of getting back to you know where she wants to be in that playing tennis served that top five category. Yeah it's very stop. Start at the moment and we'll have to see how how she adjusts t that and see how bad this ten this possible injury as well and just just a couple of other things joe from adelaide of counter another fairly bad week. She lost a show. We wrote a so not great for j. oversee. She had a disastrous time in australia. Really app see helping out to retire from first round out. The and also joe is this. I thought this was quite a funny coincidence. Because i remember last week. No on the podcast. But we were talking about players with meteorological names like stool. I think cover a cane as well and then stole sounded pops off as a qualifier in this event and gets to the coots finals leasing benches. So yes she had quite quite could week. Because i haven't really seen her on the tool very much. No she came through tom. Ianovich you gave member. She gave up that real scaring In melbourne came through. Tom ianovich one and two. I don't know. I don't know what happened there. Yes stolen sun does really impressive. And as he said nor we haven't really heard much of communists kind of seeing her come through qualifying make the quarter-finals. Who's a very very good effort. I will just say they came a nod. I know kind of illicit may or may not agree with me but this was given a wti five hundred rating and yes t was there. Belinda bench was there. Ecosphere was where. But i think we're going to be honest. Look at playing field. I don't think it was a comp- If you compare that to the you know. The next week in in doha which will also be a five hundred and that has had players kind of pulling out of the entry less. I don't think this satellite tournament was necessarily a five hundred. So i'm glad the on came out with the took to win it but the caliber and level that was maybe a little bit below kind of way was labeled as a maybe potentially. You're just trying to find a polite way of saying it was a bit on each. We need like if budget tennis. And your name part from mashburn really. I didn't think that was chow staff. But again i think it was really great opportunities for other players. And i think belinda bench think was quite honestly say get to it. She wasn't really expecting a law. Even gang is the number to see but it was great to see how reached the final. Nothing she'll she'll kind of look back on that late and say she had really you know even though she lost the final You know in straight-sets. I think will look back on it and it was a really positive Positive step forward for her because again i think she's one of these. Is the you know we've we've spoken about before. But she's spending a bit of the wilderness. I think the last six months so it's good to see coming back as well definitely and we'll be moving on now. Joe from the five hundred to the fifties because we had three of them on the atp tour this week. Let's go to montpellier in france because we were talking last week about how. This event is pretty much always widened by a french player. The likes fee or songa but lamb behold. We've had a non-french when He well david go. Fan has has one and he's belgian so he's not far away from france. Yeah he came through in stays in three sets against rebecca about easter egg. Five seven six four sixty. And that's pretty good for dave because he was on a losing streak and this is actually she his title in about four years..
Soaring virus infection puts more French cities on alert
"On maximum alert status and closing bars, gyms and other public places. In an effort to stem the spread of the Corona virus. NPR's Eleanor Beardsley reports There were more than 27,000 new cases and a 24 hour period over the weekend. The two southern cities of Montpellier and to lose now joined Paris, Marseilles, Leon Grenoble sent it yen and the northern city of Lille on maximum alert status. The French government is trying a targeted approach with strict new measures. In an attempt to slow the infection rate, the French prime minister said. A general national confinement can be avoided on Ly if everyone complies, Jean CASS Tech said. Over the next two weeks if the epidemic worsens and intensive care beds fill up, even more than additional measures will need to be taken. Mastec said. Too many people were failing to appreciate that. The second wave is here. Eleanor Beardsley. NPR NEWS
"montpellier" Discussed on TED Talks Daily
"Not that long ago I received an invitation to spend a few days at the historic. . Of James Madison. . James Madison of course was the fourth president of the United States, , the father of the constitution, the , architect of the bill of rights and as a historian I was really excited. . To go to this historic site because I understand and appreciate the power of place. . Now, , Madison called his estate monpellier and mom Pelia is absolutely beautiful is several thousand acres. . Rolling Hills farmland forest with absolutely breathtaking views of the blue. . Ridge. . Mountains but it's a haunting beauty. . because. . Montpellier was also a slave labor camp. . You see James Madison slave more than one hundred people over the course of his lifetime. . And he never a single soul, , not even upon his death. . The centerpiece of Montpellier is Madison's matching. . This is where James Madison grew up. . This is where he returned to after his presidency. . This is where he eventually died and the centerpiece of Madison's mansion is his library this room on the second floor where Madison conceived and conceptualized the bill of rights when I visited for the first time, , the director of Education Christian coats. . Cool. Why . do took me almost immediately to the library. . And it was amazing being able to stand in this place where such an important moment in. . American history happened. . But then after a little while they're Christian actually took me downstairs to the sellers of the. . Mansion. . Now in the sellers of the mansion, , that's where the enslaved African Americans who manage the House spent most of their time. . It's also where they were installing a new exhibition on slavery in America. . and. . While we were there Christian instructed me to do something I thought it was a little bit strange. . He told me to take my hand and place it on the brick walls of the seller and slide it along until I felt these impressions or ridges in the face of the brick. . Now Look I was going to be staying on site on his former slave plantation for a couple of days. . So I wasn't trying to upset any white people. . Because when this was over, , I want make sure that I could get out. . But as I'm actually sliding my hand along the seller war, , I couldn't help but think about my daughters and my youngest one in particular who was only about two or three years old at the time because every time she hot out of our car, , she would take her hand and slide it along the outside, , which is absolutely disgusting and then. . And if I couldn't get to her in time, , she would take her fingers and pop them in the mouth which drive. . Absolutely crazy. . So this is what I'm thinking about what I'm supposed to be a historian. . But then, , but then I actually do feel these impressions in the brick I feel these ridges in the brick and it takes a second to realize what they are, , what they are are tiny handprints. . Because all the bricks at James Madison's estate were made by the children that he enslaved. . And that's when it hit me. . That The library in which. . James Madison conceived and conceptualizes the bill of rights rests on a foundation of bricks. . Made by the children that he enslaved. . And? ? This. . Is. . Hard. History. . . It's hard history because it's difficult to imagine the kind of inhumanity. . That leads one to enslave children to make bricks. . Your comfort and convenience is hard history because it's hard to talk about the violence of slavery. . The beatings, , the whippings, , the kidnappings, , the forced family separations is hard history because it's hard to teach white supremacy. . Which is the ideology that justified slavery. . And so rather than confront hard history. . We tend to avoid it. . Now sometimes that means just. . Stuff up. . I can't tell you how many times I've heard people say that states rights was the primary cause of the civil war. . That would actually come as a surprise. . So the people who fought in the civil war. . Sometimes. . We try to rationalize hard history. . When people visit Montpellier and by people in this instance, , white people. . When they visit mom appeal your and learn about Madison slaving people. . They often ask. . But wasn't he a good master? ? A good master. . There is no such thing as a good master. . There is only worse and worse her. . And sometimes. . We just pretend the past didn't happen. . I can't tell you how many times I've heard people say it's hard to imagine slavery existing outside of the plantation south no, it , ain't. . Slavery existed in every American colony slavery existed in my home state of New York for fifty years after the American revolution. . Why do we do this? ? Why do we avoid confronting hard history? ? Literary performer and Educator Reggie. . Gibson had the truth of it when he said that our problem as Americans. . Is We actually hate history. . What we love Is No style. .
Why we must confront hard historical truths
"Not that long ago I received an invitation to spend a few days at the historic. Of James Madison. James Madison of course was the fourth president of the United States, the father of the constitution, the architect of the bill of rights and as a historian I was really excited. To go to this historic site because I understand and appreciate the power of place. Now, Madison called his estate monpellier and mom Pelia is absolutely beautiful is several thousand acres. Rolling Hills farmland forest with absolutely breathtaking views of the blue. Ridge. Mountains but it's a haunting beauty. because. Montpellier was also a slave labor camp. You see James Madison slave more than one hundred people over the course of his lifetime. And he never a single soul, not even upon his death. The centerpiece of Montpellier is Madison's matching. This is where James Madison grew up. This is where he returned to after his presidency. This is where he eventually died and the centerpiece of Madison's mansion is his library this room on the second floor where Madison conceived and conceptualized the bill of rights when I visited for the first time, the director of Education Christian coats. Cool. Why do took me almost immediately to the library. And it was amazing being able to stand in this place where such an important moment in. American history happened. But then after a little while they're Christian actually took me downstairs to the sellers of the. Mansion. Now in the sellers of the mansion, that's where the enslaved African Americans who manage the House spent most of their time. It's also where they were installing a new exhibition on slavery in America. and. While we were there Christian instructed me to do something I thought it was a little bit strange. He told me to take my hand and place it on the brick walls of the seller and slide it along until I felt these impressions or ridges in the face of the brick. Now Look I was going to be staying on site on his former slave plantation for a couple of days. So I wasn't trying to upset any white people. Because when this was over, I want make sure that I could get out. But as I'm actually sliding my hand along the seller war, I couldn't help but think about my daughters and my youngest one in particular who was only about two or three years old at the time because every time she hot out of our car, she would take her hand and slide it along the outside, which is absolutely disgusting and then. And if I couldn't get to her in time, she would take her fingers and pop them in the mouth which drive. Absolutely crazy. So this is what I'm thinking about what I'm supposed to be a historian. But then, but then I actually do feel these impressions in the brick I feel these ridges in the brick and it takes a second to realize what they are, what they are are tiny handprints. Because all the bricks at James Madison's estate were made by the children that he enslaved. And that's when it hit me. That The library in which. James Madison conceived and conceptualizes the bill of rights rests on a foundation of bricks. Made by the children that he enslaved. And? This. Is. Hard. History. It's hard history because it's difficult to imagine the kind of inhumanity. That leads one to enslave children to make bricks. Your comfort and convenience is hard history because it's hard to talk about the violence of slavery. The beatings, the whippings, the kidnappings, the forced family separations is hard history because it's hard to teach white supremacy. Which is the ideology that justified slavery. And so rather than confront hard history. We tend to avoid it. Now sometimes that means just. Stuff up. I can't tell you how many times I've heard people say that states rights was the primary cause of the civil war. That would actually come as a surprise. So the people who fought in the civil war. Sometimes. We try to rationalize hard history. When people visit Montpellier and by people in this instance, white people. When they visit mom appeal your and learn about Madison slaving people. They often ask. But wasn't he a good master? A good master. There is no such thing as a good master. There is only worse and worse her. And sometimes. We just pretend the past didn't happen. I can't tell you how many times I've heard people say it's hard to imagine slavery existing outside of the plantation south no, it ain't. Slavery existed in every American colony slavery existed in my home state of New York for fifty years after the American revolution. Why do we do this? Why do we avoid confronting hard history? Literary performer and Educator Reggie. Gibson had the truth of it when he said that our problem as Americans. Is We actually hate history. What we love Is No style.
"montpellier" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV
"The later hearing is going to be in the evening in my pillar And that is from six to eight. Pm At the Pavilion Auditorium. One zero nine state street. In Montpellier that is A corner very close to the to the State House so easy to find. In in Montpellier and folks one of ten those public hearings was one of the reasons. I decided to do the same with this morning's a little public service announcement but if you don't know the times it places it's less of a public service on glad. I finally found those able to parlay them to our listeners. Out there I know Mike give out his eight hundred number and a few folks out there have any questions or comments. You WanNa you. WanNa healthcare advocate to hear Maybe having trouble getting access to the care you need out there. That's what this office is for Mike. take it away. So yeah. Thank Dave So the healthcare advocates office is defining State Statue Two. B resource offer monsters. There's no income eligibility. It's it's It's a resource available to you And we've field Or doing you know. In the neighborhood of three hundred cases of democracy were calling for help with any number of challenges often people who are frustrated with a decision at the state made about eligibility for one program or another or frustrations with Vermont House. Connect Sure you've had listeners. Call in with that challenge.
"montpellier" Discussed on In the Garden
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"montpellier" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV
"One you always wanna remain in contact with your emergency managers to report damages but also you want to start preparing yourself and become more resilient flood. Insurance difference is one avenue but we talked earlier during the break about if something would happen whether it be flooding or anything always have a point contact preferably outside of the state where you can email or excuse me where you can text and let people know you're okay and we're the rest of the family is yes because that way you're not taking up any additional space. You know bites of information go through his text much better than they do on phones and those phone phone lines need to be remaining open to the first responders okay so <hes> i digress there. I'm sorry well the north and this is important really because i want to go to that's really the day of the flood you're talking about. You're texting now whether it's be aflutter fire anything yeah yeah but he but he even even before this event hits. I mean let let's say i'm gonna roll the clock back. It was a sunday. I remember because i is working as a reporter that day <hes> and <hes> <hes> when tropical storm irene hit vermont on august twenty eighth two thousand and eleven and and i'm sitting in my office in montpellier and one of the questions i had which i think eventually answered in the affirmative affirmative. My my car is parked outside. The office at our office at the time was run on the banks of the ski river along stonecutters way so i <hes> i was sitting there and debating. Should i move my car. You know because if the water comes up over over the over the bank of the river of i'm probably even want to run from the office myself and i going to want you know one of my car. <hes> not being inundated when i exit the exit the door of the building <hes> so i actually did move my car up to the parallel street that slightly higher elevation as speak on berry street in my peeler and is cut through there and i figured if i needed to it just run for run up the hill essentially <hes> through somebody's backyard in and over to bury st and get my car there <hes> and so you've the but i mean those kinds of planning issues there <hes> what what should be what should people be thinking in general about as they eh as they here. There's a risk of flooding and they know that their neighborhood might be prone while he should be always listening to your radio station especially the local and weather alerts which we also have fema the fema app you can download in it allow. You five alerts for different areas if you travel. Maybe you work in one city and you know you live in another. You can put in different alerts or different zip codes but once.
"montpellier" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV
"A longtime editorial writer for the Burlington, free press went onto a successful career as a novelist has kept his Lisa lose fingers well in well, immersed into state policy discussions, and sort of overall trends in remote, the sort of news and public policy side of life. And he's recently out with a new sort of manifesto, I guess, we'll call it call Vermont to the tenth power, and he is actually talking about the tenth amendment, the US constitution, how Vermont auto rearrange its relationship with the federal government, not completely succeed. It'll be heard some people ask for in the past, but, but definitely have a new and maybe somewhat skeptical eye toward what, what goes on between Montpellier in Washington. And then Vermont. He has some ideas for Vermont push its own agenda forward, even independent of the rest of the country in the rest of country takes an example, from that, while great. Well, we talking with Stephen about all of that in the second hour in the first hour that would call on my, thank you so much for joining us, foreign, always a pleasure to be here, and I want to check in be some interesting stories in digger for sure today, one one that you have your education writer Lola suffered who those terrific job has a piece about the Montpellier Roxbury, school district, deciding that it wants to have Narcan on hand in the school buildings in case they need to address an overdose. I guess they're three districts around the state. They're doing it. My pillow Roxbury, as one where school officials spoke to us, and we're also told that it's happening and Springfield and Hartford down south and, you know, the sort of issue of overdoses in schools is not an epidemic at this point. But it is something that's. The health department said that about five cases a year or something like that. I don't believe any of them are in Montpellier, but, you know, I think part of the idea here is the same thing, that's going on across our society is that we have this new sort of disease. That's really, you know, threatening people and, you know, drug Narcan, that can really help reverse the effects, very quickly and sort of, you know, having people become comfortable with this drug having it on hand being prepared to administer it, if someone around them has an overdose. And, you know, there's really not a whole lot of negative effects to this kind of thing. I mean, it's not the type of drug that can be abused and that sort of thing. So the more it's around in the more available. The more lives that can be saved cost issue for these public schools, there's an expensive drug or. Yeah. I mean, the health department has been trying to make it available free of charge to basically, anyone who asks anyone who thinks that it would be helpful to have it on hand, we've heard anecdotes, about libraries, starting to stock it. You know, just places where, you know, public places where people are going to be present where they might use the bathrooms to administer drugs and that sort of thing. So I think the sort of trend in Vermont and nationally is to make Narcan available as widely as possible into as many people as possible, particularly people in places who are likely to, you know, interact with drug users, and, you know, be prepared and is there any pushback from along the lines of, you know, get imagine some people, particularly conservatives might have might have an approach in which they're saying, we, we should not encourage drug use and, and by having this antidote on hand..
"montpellier" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Dog, the dog parks, of course, popular all over now. And they never we never had that many of them. But now, it's really a plus two different communities. Serve ice cream for dogs. Will wait a minute. They say ice cream isn't good for doses for dogs ice cream, so ice fond dose free ice cream. They sell it at Publix. No I for dog. I've never seen. Why people give their dogs nuts? Well, we talked about that one to either toxic nuts. Nuts. Not so bad. But they need those lunch. They need to crunch. Well, they can crunch on other food food. Yes. Yes. So you had no problem with that agility park. Nope. I like that baby. Will work for the dinner. I love it. I love, you know, one of the best show is that I have ever gone to is watching the we did this in Montpellier. I think you came to one time and the sheepdogs were rounding up the seep, and it was the set on the league -solutely absolutely beautiful, then cultural lens, what are they called for two collies? And so they are very good at agility two million. And very brilliant. And they could figure out on a whistle on a whistle. I with. With those sheep goats. Yes. The ones that go away from the help they go after them to bring them day late them right into the ball. It was one of the best shows that I have ever seen. And what was amazing to me was by the whistle of their owner of their training. Just the type of whether it is was it a three whistles in a row to whistles row of show along with whistles is a life. Lifeguards danger. Is that well Linda talking about the dogs? I didn't talk. That too.
"montpellier" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"I get to talk to you do to what's up. Hi, so Montpellier for eight years now and the whole time Bank, contributing to regular phone K. But I was happy last week found out that they're offering you've all fall along. Now. Right. So question mainly as shit, fun, separately, Roth or should up move everything. Got now into a Roth or house contract. Definitely fund one. Yeah. I would start from this point forward making your 4._0._1._K Roth that doesn't cost you a dime. Okay. The matching portion to they match you. Yes. I match up six percent. The matching portion cannot be Roth by definition by law in. So it'll be regular you'll have your old that's regular traditional. And then you'll have your new that's a Roth anything whether it's the matching or the old that you convert to Roth you're going to be taxed on but not penalized on. I would not do that until you are at baby step six or seven. Are you working on getting out of debt and that kind of stuff? Yes. Our own a steps four five and six now I've being knowing about my match not percent into a regular of. Well, Roth our right? I guess. I guess you can continue to do that. Or you can you can just do, you know, your off for a one K? But either one you still keep you at fifteen percent total between the two fifteen percent of your gun..
"montpellier" Discussed on Unorthodox
"That makes sense so we all allow gentle the week to conclude with a question for us is there anything that this internationally recognized panel of jewish experts can tell you oh yes i've been wondering for a very long time it's sort of a podcast to podcast or question because you and every episode saying that you have rabbi look rabbinical supervision and i'm just wondering first of all what does that mean how do you talk to these rabbis do you emailed you skype them in to sit in the studio what do they approve and do i need rabbinical supervision voice in money you see it's and so absolute got the model from our younger brothers so i'll take those i'll go backwards first of all absolutely you need rabbinical supervision we all do but the answer a question and this is i feel i feel naked before your question is that it's a it's just a joke it's it's uptown like sometimes it's a joke show it's genuine it's humorous but it's a genuine appreciation of people who don't get enough love you know people who have them for anything by the answer like we don't ask them to do anything we assume that all rabbis are so overworked they're doing they're ministering to their congregations doing all this shift there were they it's this is like a nice way to shout out different people and the best thing is that as we started doing it people write in and tell us like oh shut up my rabbi or shot at this rabbi who's doing something really cool and so this is your question is a great opportunity for us to tell people that they can nominate their revenue love so so a lot of it is is nominations and then sometimes early in the show like the first year when we weren't getting nominations sometimes i would just think like let's pick up some listeners in montpelier vermont and i would google like conservative synagogue or reformed temple montpellier and find a rap and then i'd find like the assistant kanter i would just find somebody that is amazing somebody you know doesn't get enough love and.
"montpellier" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show
"Oh go hello everybody temperature in the water with you here only live from spring training programme presented by design air heating daniel capturing ran gracie you thank you for coming by home office in four races have and as your heart implorer disagreed let a hearty questions and i'm looking forward to it in only fourteen me try something different from surabaya really inclined to be hiding his on facebook were many there are many outside our view at a lot of things much less anything reasons consecutively i did yesterday what did he do well behind the scenes of this whole thing in my twitter feed it's promoted twitter he against montpellier lme show you with the the clippers little were resumed boresli took the ah we took the three yeah and i don't know how he you that but but i don't know the measure is on my twitter easy heresy what it is that we have read losing river and so they review is i had no idea how to do it but you know what we really do i'm happy to be years and he loved gordon doing these questions regarding the cartels are saying this on the radio show on the first movie with your rule last week and that is this is a mere spring training in the sense that it is the first time in a very long time going for some of your manner came in two thousand where i feel like a lot of people in the fan base are fired up fired up a good whereas yeah because that's like lewis tweet out clip look a soundbite people screw that radical waivers.
"montpellier" Discussed on Casefile True Crime
"Police had no way to locate mango he traveled frequently crushed on other people's catches and spent long not sin city boss and not clubs he could have been anyway so that created a trap to bringing me police made tariffs go cold mango and getting to made up for a few drinks mango agreed to the may at law mexican and not club in montpellier a thirty minute drive west the vac mango was familiar with the club as he previously worked security police took up hedin positions around the parking lot and why did a short tom lighter a what wien road police observed the vehicle into this across the confirmed goal was in the passenger said the dravo was a non nine auto mile who'd look the needs 50s the van pulled into a parking spot in its engine quick gulf while offices kept watch was with in the van mengal exited the vehicle and police sweep immediately he trod the run but he was tackled to the ground other police approached the vein weapons raised the old amount draw the climbdown he cooperated and raised these hands in the air he identified himself as richard linnea a construction worker who lived in the local area linnea didn't have a wreck he was completely on nine to police he said he had no idea what was going on he was just stay aford drink with a friend police formed a circle around the van they swung the back door was open impede into the region bob.
"montpellier" Discussed on Science Friday
"Seeing along other coastlines are deep diving whales coming up in these mass stranding events erased just one early in uh this year in new zealand you've got six hundred plus uh wales at have beach themselves and we're beginning to wonder if this is part of that phenomenon dash to hide there's yeah something going on read the heart cardiovascular system and brain trust williams thank you for taking time to be with us today very very interesting stuff doctor terry williams professor of of rico physiology yet a uc santacruz rocca thank you very much thanks for joining us now we've just talked about one possible consequence of a warming ocean and that is more stress for animals like nor walls but heavy heard of another possibility these socalled rise of slow line now picture and ocean where jellyfish have taken over as overfishing and warming waters knack out some of the large fish that normally pran them who cares they'll just last week came news that china is working on jellyfish writers to protect aircraft carriers from these a blob be invaders that might get caught in valves and if you're not interested in eating jellyfish you might not enjoy the fisheries of the future my next guest research suggests that the slimy is indeed rising at least in parts of the ocean as evidenced by the proliferation of one giant weirdlooking fish loves to eat them here to explain is david graham a and oceanographer for the center for functional an evolutionary biology at the national center for scientific research in montpellier france he's co author of a new research published this week in current biology welcome to science friday david good evening good good and good evening to you let let's talk about this let's start with the rise of slime why are jellyfish predicted to take over the oceans.
"montpellier" Discussed on Game Scoop!
"Sensible saw no conflict is this on pc yes is it exclusively on peace or do i don't think we need it okay okay i will hold on we only have asked damon didn't answer yet he stonefaced hatfield demon hatefilled because he has the whole mack thing whoa i don't know they'll makming is it among i wasn't on that episode but it was a duboc oil is yeah is it a multiplatform game yes pc an either by explosives it would where he said was on playstation as on playstation exclusive no arrived i tried hard this guy's is what damon once there's no way okay you would just ask that's why is the most game and just try our best it's a multi platform game at it would be like a montpellier game what is multiplatform from europe who else made it a ghost and gorilla gorilla and it's the ps 3 ariza so famous guerrilla making video games but he's not sure if there's bosses in it and the london zoo but i'm guessing there are we ninja theory should we ask about having a sword at cpac explicit but i know that's where speculative the camping it we don't even know kind of a gave this is we're not even leg hidden then are now at large should we ask about in fact marty you can ask what you want if you wanna know what kind of game it is you have the power to plays a girl.