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"mow parts" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

06:57 min | 3 months ago

"mow parts" Discussed on Broken Record

"Eric was getting hit up by producers in austin and we were just having fun working on music and i feel like that's why this is so special to me is that we had really pure intentions. We were just trying to like record. Cool songs that we wanted to listen to you. Know and eric would show me something. That'd be like. Oh man check. Check out the production on and it took us a while to finally say well. We should actually be abandoned. So i think it's our enthusiasm for kinda rubs off mowing part of why we started it. We were like let's play. Let's see what it would be like to play. These songs live as we had never played them live together. We were recording them. And then we started the planning. Our live shows in that was just a blast man. It was just so much fun to be on. Stage in eric's enthusiasm and stage presence in everything was all just contagious in just kind of took off from there. I mean those songs are really good. I mean that's one of the interesting things to about it feeling like you guys. Almost were not here one day and here the next is that the the song sounds so fleshed out and so incredible. It's hard to believe that the songs in the productions were conceived and created independently. Did you have the sense when you were recording. These these are really special kind of yeah vows trying to contain my enthusiasm and just play it. Cool you know and we. I don't know we were just in a little bubble working on the songs like we didn't really show them. I didn't really shown to anybody. But my wife and maybe a couple people at some point every time. I play for somebody. There'd be like what does that play that again and i'm like oh is this guy. Burton just met him. Check this out and they'd be like what the hell like. I mean it just seemed like early on like the songs he was writing and the production style that i was hearing. My head was effortless. Man like we really didn't really even have to like talk about it that much. It was just happy. Just do it. I know you guys are gonna cut a couple of songs for this conversation. So i was thinking we could start by having people here colors what was going on in your life that led you write that song. I think i was just leading a praise and worship at a presbyterian church and was just looking to connect with god in my own way you know from my perspective and so colors kinda emanates from a place of trying to be honest and In my alignment to source. So you leading Essentially like a church group. Yeah i was I was hired to to learn hymns on my guitar. And kind of you know. Before i came into the church they were listening to recordings. And what. There's no music on in. I was going to a different church at the time but they caught wind of me through. You know some family end. They pay me to come and Lead some hymns and so. That's what i did. I would learn some of the hymns and then start writing my own. Pretty much and colors was one of those that were reflective of trying to break out of just singing that kind of music. Did you ever go on that in the church. Maybe wants to remember how has received yet. It was always received very like pretty. Well you know but there's all these this obvious difference between me writing my own song as opposed to like seeing these like old hymnal songs and stuff like that. So i am now. That probably came off a little bit more worldly than people were used to. But that's i mean. I guess i would have been unlike the time when a lot of the great gospel songs that we sing in church. Now were were written. You know right exactly and you know to be honest. I look to people like sam. Cook and Ray charles and aretha franklin who are able to kind of take what they learned in church and to give it a universal approach in. That's kind of how. I kinda see a little bit of my development as a songwriter and performers well. Adrian were use very connected to gospel music at all because it seems like that's the world eric's coming from not particularly no ma'am. I grew up catholic and went to catholic school. And i'm from south texas in the connection to music with the churches in south texas. I think is a bit of a different experience. Although i love it but that wasn't my upbringing honestly really wasn't mine i. I wasn't really a gospel singing church like learning like however the franklin No way near closest. Just i just feel coming from that from the church. In general in its strictness to saint like to have certain content. You know just taking what i've learned in making it my own. One hundred percent is is what i mean by coming from seeing in church and then writing my own songs and stuff when i moved to austin actually my freshman year in college i did go to the university catholic center which was across from my dorms. And i thought i would play guitar and there for a second there. I was like maybe. I'll go play guitar at the at the university catholic center but man the music was was nine inspiring to me if eric had if i had like hurt others something there you know i might have joined taking a different career. Turn woke up sky. Burs we get up off. This league needs to clean. I'm here editor town right. I see black last.

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"mow parts" Discussed on Talking Mopars

Talking Mopars

12:18 min | 10 months ago

"mow parts" Discussed on Talking Mopars

"My guest for today. Johnny moped Johnny. How's IT GOING BUDDY? Good man how're you doing Chris? Good Buddy thanks for joining me on talking Mo- pars. You are a frequent story contributor and I appreciate that a lot and I kind of wanted to get a little bit deeper into your history with moe par. You know I'm always curious to hear people's stories but one aspect of the stories that I really enjoy hearing is how people got started with Moat Parts. So why don't you take us back to the beginning and tell us how you're Mo- par journey started? Well Man I would have to say it was just sort of around me. You know. I didn't really seek it out. It was sort of their my mom's cars her that I grew up in a seventy two charger which I still have to this day. I'm working on trying to get back together for her Back in eighty two my dad well back way up My Dad had a sixty nine or sixty eight dodge charger. Forty four spe- Dana bitching car back. When I was a kid He blew up the motor. It sat when we moved to southern California from northern California. He sold the car off and then we lived with my grandfather for about a year while they saved money to buy their own house and then he went out searching for another charger so he found a sixty eight dodge charger. Which is the Blue Half Today? So in eighty two so as a kid. I grew up on the dukes of Hazzard so That was a huge contributor to. I would say chargers. At least you know Back then it wasn't really like Mo par just I love chargers chargers were my thing and I I got bit by that bug and then I'd say in high school I just happen to have a really close buddy. I mean a friend that I made that was also into Mo- PARSE. His Dad had runners and so he kinda grew up as a plymouth guy and I kind of grew up as a dodge guy. And then that kind of just solidified. The whole Mo- part thing I think from that point on it Kinda spread into other Mo- party now where it was just a Mo part thing but very so your fam- your family were more people or is that just kind of happenstance. I think it was happenstance. I think you know my grandfather had an old dodge pickup Swept LINE LIKE A. I think it was a sixty two three or four something like that. He had a seventy two dodge and it was just. He wasn't necessarily like a hardcore dodge guy or anything just had it. You know My Dad was kind in everything. And even today. He's kind of an everything guy. He's he's more of The old school hot water like loves old Ford Body styles with you know Chevy. V8's 'em but when he got that charger the first one it was He was working at a mechanic shop. He's he was a mechanic by trade and a customer came out from Texas and I guess he blew He. He blew the transmission or blue. The motor or something. Something went wrong with the car. Car was a couple years old or so is financed and the guy just abandoned. The car and my dad worked on fixing it at this shop and the bank. He talked to the bank about buying the car so he ended up buying the car From the bank while this other guy just like abandoned it basically so and I think that sort of solidified for him as far as that's a bad ass car and then why he went out to go buy another one to replace it years later Mary cool so it sounds to me like you've actually kept some of these heirloom cars in the family. Was that like. I'm never getting rid of these cars. These cars are staying around or is it just that it you know. Maybe they're in the project or what Well like my dad's car is definitely needing some love I'm probably not gonNA restored anytime soon. It's not bad enough to restore it. It's definitely rough but I kinda WANNA leave at a ratty muscle car and get it together. My Mom's car had painted and you know putting it together Nice. It's not going to be like some. You know show cards just going to be a nice driver basically But Yeah I'll never sell those. You know a lot of my friends my close friends know I have this I call it the the ring system so I might go through this eventually. Or there's probably guys that have gone through this. You go through these stages where you have so much stuff and you start to think to yourself I need. I have too much. I gotta let go. I'll never finish these. I don't have time for him. Or whatever right and if you're like me and you know you got a lot of cars I know there's a lot of Mo- par guys that have tons of them maybe ten or maybe it's a hundred right so you decide. I gotta get rid of some. What do you do? It's kind of overwhelming. So my ring system. Is You have the cars at the core in the that. You will never get rid of like you. Just put those cars into that area and you don't wrap your head around those because it'll just never happen you know and then you start plotting the cars out to the outer rings till you get to the point where your least loved cars on the most outer ring and you just wrap your head around that one car. Can I get this cargo? Do I WANNA get rid of? It doesn't make sense and then you know. Let the cargo or you decide you. Don't WanNa let it go in he. If you can't let that cargo you know every other car on the inside of that ring is not going to get gone either. You know so. Yeah those cars are at my core. Have my high school car. My Dad's charger. My Mom's charger at sixty coronet. Just been around too long to you. Know it's been through too much with me that I'll probably never get rid of that. One either saw. Gosh okay so we already can tell that you have a lot of parts but before we get into how many you have. Can you tell us about you? Why don't you tell us about the way that rings system I've never actually heard of it? Conceptualize like that but I know that there are a lot of guys that think like that. So it's interesting. How you put it into a thought form as far as you know how you think about it. Because I don't think a lot of people actually thought of it like that but now that I think about like my to mow parts are the two. I are the first to classic mopeds that I've ever bought because I've always wanted classic parts never been in a position never had the money and then finally had enough change scraped up that I could do it and now that have every time I think about getting rid of 'em Always look into the future and I go. You know what I'm going to regret getting rid of the first cars that got my hands on. Yeah and I. I'm not willing to make that sacrifice not yet anyway. It would have to be for something that I want even more but so far. That hasn't come up yet but so I liked. I liked the ring concept. I'M GONNA. I'm GONNA remembered that I wrote it down. Good share it. I'm sure there's people that can use it. 'cause I came up with because I had to I. I kinda got to a point. We were living here. we've got about an Acre so had the space had the room and we were looking at buying a house. This was a couple years back. Actually I've been through this a couple of times so a couple of years ago. We're looking at buying another house smaller property I would have had to downsize. You know and it's like I mean if your car guy like me you know this. It's it's hard if you've got ten cars and you're like what do I do? Which one do I get rid of? You know it's really hard to wrap your head around at all. It's overwhelming in most people. I know that have to go through this. They just sort of shut down mentally shut down. I can't let none of them go. Screw it that's it while doing it. This way was sort of like I can. I can not focus on the inner cars and just worry about the outer cars. Get rid of you know. Wrap your head around the one car and then once you can let go of that car then you go to the next one at some point. Eventually you're going to get close enough to the inner rings where you're like. There's just no way I can never let go of this car in. You know everything inside of that is just not going to happen. You know I'm Outta rings. 'cause I'm only like oh no. I can't do that off. Hey every car I've had I've had a dream around. I've had an idea of how concept of my in my head. You know so. It's sort of like getting rid of your children when you have to get rid of them you know but I did it the time before that in this is around the same. Time that General mayhem like my yard but We were in a position where well you know. We're two thousand and eight was We were kind of on that downward swing. We ended up losing our house We left there around two thousand twelve so it was like a forest downsizing you know so but you still. You still have that core that I still drug over like ten or something now. I know our listeners are probably going did he. Just say general mayhem relaxed. We're GONNA get to that folks. You GotTa wait on that story so before we get into all that. What was your first Mo- par Johnny? It was actually a seventy Chrysler and I believe it was a newport. I I'm not one hundred percent sure if it was a Newport Yorker or A three hundred but. I'm pretty sure it was in Newport It was a four door. I didn't I wasn't trying to buy this car. Wasn't seeking it out you know and we're talk in like this. This was way back. This would've been like around eighty six nine hundred eighty six or so just a kid. We moved from Los Angeles County to Riverside County Riverside's more rural. La's more you know. Obviously city coming out here. I was I befriended a kid up the street. We would ride their bikes around the neighborhood and stuff and he knew this. We went to this place these people he knew you know long story short this Chrysler sitting in the yard. And there's a station wagon sitting in the yard and I already had the mot part bug so it was like I didn't really know what the car was other than. It was like odds of Kool Moe par and I think my friends said something like oh he probably sell them to you and I said really and so we started just bullshit freaking kid at this point. You know it's like I don't have no money I don't have. I don't have a driver's license but We get to talk in and ask. What would you sell those cars? And he goes. Yeah so it was the seventy Chrysler. And it was a seventy two plymouth fury station wagon it the front bumper. Kinda looks like a seventy super be. I mean but thing is up huge boat. He goes yeah so like how much he said. Twenty five bucks each. I'm like WHOA. I can own my own car. So so whole ass we haul ass back to the house and tell. My Dad was like you know whatever like no big deal. It's like it's twenty five bucks you know all right. We'll buy them so we go over there and we drug him home I probably should have tried to get the car. I didn't know anything I know. No mechanics no education. No I knew nothing never turned to wrench other than building model cars and stuff like that and I think my dad might talk me into because he was a mechanic. Like oh you should take the engine apart and rebuild it and Blah Blah Blah which. I should never listened. I should've through gas in it and a battery and then it probably would have fired up and ran you know but I pull the eighty three. I pulled it out and just took it. Apart is just like you know there's still cover any rockers. You know just took it apart and kind of got to see how an engine was put together so that was my very first garden in fact.

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"mow parts" Discussed on Dan Churchill's The Epic Table

Dan Churchill's The Epic Table

09:44 min | 1 year ago

"mow parts" Discussed on Dan Churchill's The Epic Table

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You take require every single one scooping morning in an awfully taking on the job so make sure you go to athletic. Greens DOT COM FORWARD SLASH EPIC. And you can get your free twitter account troubled by the Free. I then you can take a screen shot tag me and let me know you'll you more tame starts to get all onto these awesome opportunity catches seven all right so go is just politics in advance some smashing a really good trip. But he's not Kooky so I cook a few months Max in the kitchen. So why do it style with Archie? She'd walk and and he's mess. Dinners out and this was this. Was the winner so we sort of develops it. It's also so she's my forty exactly going to Asia Development Chef and there's just a term team corrupt you. It's tonight it's good. He saw me on a Sony with dockyard. Thought it'd be bringing you guys. I was I gloss wake when I was here. I go to visit the farm and we were not in. There's actually the Macadamia which is actually open. The public you US up part of the phone is I We lease space. The restaurant which is three ups and then there's other businesses on that foam so the phones themselves is a host of different poems using different techniques. And they were very famous acres and is a Saudi bakery grit social and then we'll take the wishes such where ceilings and by law. Also play together on this umbrella with the foam. We'll see we renzo show by the way I just had a sandwich. Do Incredible. Yeah Salmon full when they came up the X. Book Street Avenue Pedigree and they start this. Yeah I love. This says these diner Portuguese talks have like a cult following the high streets off of that production. Lucile many as we with the pharmacist also. The farmers groaned all sorts of weird and wonderful vegetables and and you sold subsided like V. Rates Will Oakland cooperate. Anything that grow on our menu offers specialized so we just try on muscle. Episode OF COOKING. Food is is relatively easy to growing his throws hard especially. This is all grown so also labor spray free and you know it doesn't make any money themselves at two hundred Mil Yeah So it's pretty interesting. Tons of the moment central region egg and definitely fusion is really exciting. But it's also not a lot of work so we try to make it possible us every leaf and just now starting cooking lends itself quite well because we can actually legit showcase you know like the mall will just For St Proud an back them So yeah so. It's amazing but also to solve grow heirloom interesting. For is vegetables that we call Gehenna zone typically in the city's so that's really cool for us it's challenging. It's not what I was that we get all sorts of stuff like you'd marks Paneth Ball Berry tic- lawsuit I I was like Holy Shit like Berry topic this is like the all time distaste these like new new things. So it's inspiring the you let you start in the customer. So it's nice beautiful to live as a UP It's just pretty much like you. I love this because I feel like the concept that you probably worked with Ernest just off. I want to have a form that I can fly with. Also work within. Businesses are really employs. The theory of what the brand of three docks was yeah. Had that way to three blocks get ost Rostov. Yeah that's because you'll brand USA. Yeah so you've got some talk of US having afterward growing bits and pieces in Bronze Age. Yeah we really got interested in in food and grow grime spacey's and so there was talk of having Afam. None of is not very king's own sending messages items used hearts do both consistently We didn't have any money. It's on jokes. It's home relying. Who are these folks? They both Saddam came down and we were all as most stable in the cafe. Working a few things about this and invite his UPI. It's Chavis Spice. And it was pretty much much here. This was kind of under maitland's enemies garlic shed. And there's a copay clamp but he had this vision this kind of working restaurants for farmers and like you ask really ambitious at the time who just love the idea. And they'll see like we will serve as a cheesiness area but also just scratching the surface for me. It's not a really short farmers. Market communique like metre foams markets in Bombay definite loads of Nexgen farmers and producers well so there's influx of life brewers Barnaby Mozzarella on farm as distillers Brookies moutain and stone. Were down there so this is sort. Mo- mowing part of life's amazing food and drink. Sing says This is this is a really good song. Fleet just opened that flee of at two restaurant down the road like stand up in any major city phenomenal and a fight. Barna was heavy goods cafe culture So it just it just fell out and sign was Roy. So we'll we'll kind of convinced all Bene- to move here and that's it. We moved up within. I think four months and then emerged immersed ourselves Barham just to get to know the area. What was what was growing. And and this is what you've done and like you you gloss continues. This is what I want to know. So what what are the things that you guys deal with? In both from the cafe perspective and brands like we talk about sustainability. All it. But you know we're he lost weight now year. Talk about the taps you using. Some of the bees order can put you on top lecturing about that. I want to know how yes? Oh building a restaurant from the ground up. It just gave us the opportunity to make some like really so interesting society decisions and so there was also things we did to try and minimize waste from the get-go one of them was yeah We have huge amounts of waste in imbros E so we decided to go for all of that for most a ones as societies but I saw the debate research on those. If you So of authorities warned Chelsea all of them. You know strike. They're cutting brothers. Benny just to see either. The Weikun if you if you serve sadly integrity. This is huge in the states and so That that was that was just to convince smaller. Winemakers we certainly deal with those smaller boutique producers and so that itself. Yeah just a much bottle waste and then yet. It's like having a jug list. No milk coming on the plateau which radic heights tons of plastic. We have Zero mess panels on the roof every there which Always wrangles this field. We still we put through the Barbie sell that and then we might be done to other towns who boy other panels is a whole bunch of stuff. We do Composting is upstate. New Brainer if you WANNA foams easier but then also just. We've tried to so stay. Our guidances of using the ingredient using buy from us in collaborating with local businesses. Say there's a local soap making research firm. We give them some of our Spain coffee. They put it into soaps. 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"mow parts" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"mow parts" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Eight seven to in the playoffs injuries. However the big news? It's got nothing to do with seating or anything anything you know the big news in the NFL is Okay Yeah Tech. Jj Watt and corn Alexander. Come back for the forty niners in the Texans in the playoffs. Sure both suffered torn pex days apart. No the big news is the return of peace mode remember. I teased it a while back and I even went into the microphone. Like this and I was like. That's a tease. Because I told you it was all happening I was gonNA tell you about it and now I am marshawn. Lynch is back signs with the seahawks official done done deal. He's back he's going to be playing against the forty niners Sunday night football week. Seventeen marshawn hasn't wasted up in over a year laced up at least up video. marshawn lynch athletic. He was playing soccer in flip. Bumps yes I think it may have been an old video. I don't think it was during this period of time that he's been retired. Maybe an older video but now I'm sure marshawn lynch stays in fantastic shape. He's just the bee's like that. So raising nicknamed beast mode because his name is beast mode. There's the reason everything these mode vs mode piece mode is perilous beast mode is had his beast mode as companies BS. Komo cool nickname. I'd be down for it. The all over it was Monday named Dom. Yeah don't necessarily necessarily I do use that almost everybody. I know calls me dumb but what I'm saying my full name. Hey this is dom Jimenez. I just doesn't sound right. So he used the dominic. What is the point of the nickname? If you're not GONNA use it. Am I right anyway. I digress. He's back with the seahawks and he's he's got a play. Why what are they doing? I'll tell you why remember reshad penny got injured. A few weeks ago sprained his. MCI's out for the year okay. Those backup running back in splitting carries with Chris Carson very effectively both guys very effective well. Chris Carson injured hip in week sixteen against the cardinals. Eight carries forty yards. He was playing well five yards carry and he got hurt. He's out gone done for the year. CJ prosise broke. His forearm injured. Something he's out for the year he was your third running back down to some random backup guy whose whose name. I don't even remember you gonNa Trust Him in the In intially a playoff game against the forty niners and into the playoffs. I don't think I wouldn't. That's just me but I wouldn't. I'm not GonNa let teams tee off on Russell Wilson. Just play the past no. I'm not GonNa do that either. Her no not GonNa have so they're going to bring in marshawn Lynch now. I don't know I don't know how effective he's going to be. But I'll tell you this I still wouldn't want to tackle the guy. The forty niners are very good. Defensive Team hasn't been great lately but they're solid defensive team period so I'm looking forward to it. We'll see what happens. Bee's mowed part too. Yeah Yeah secondly as part two for them dominant commend as titillating sports package schoolmates. uh-huh it and it has been said that everyone has a book them but you have the time or the ability to write your book. Maybe you picked up some skills or head a life experience variance that you want to pass on in the form of a book to help others..

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"mow parts" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

09:41 min | 1 year ago

"mow parts" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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We've got an apple only forum on our or group on facebook and more you can get all the details plus what we're spending the money on theirs list of those things they're over at amp dot freetalklive dot com it's amp amp dot. FREETALKLIVE DOT COM had a couple of new sign ups this week so thank you nice. She's one new sign up and Somebody who was previously an APP came back. So that's always nice when and as I understand it. The amp money goes only early to help promote the advertising market and promote three talk just in case folks are like you know I know sometimes Folks tune into stuff and you know folks will be asking for money kind of thing but I just want to make it clear to our listeners. That if you are an amplifier that that money specifically goes to the message to promote the show. That's right and we're GONNA go to your phone calls and thoughts. What's Alex is on the line listening in South Carolina two? Wr An in Myrtle beach. Go ahead Alex Thank you Merle's Olson. Let I it well just like connected. This is truly an honor the main subject. I've been listening to your so show for so many years and talking about the. HR is his Situation I live for ten years in Charleston South Carolina. I still have a house and trying to sell. Hoa neighborhood. And I remember hearing Moles Dan then let renting a house in the nature. Way Air but quickly about your show. You should be home as many shows as Now I don't I I have like live streaming streaming video. I have a track phone which I very from the time I listen to my you know I have a very tight budget and I picked up your show tonight and you should be going as many radio stations. Not More than rush limbaugh. That's not I'm not listening to rush. You know and I we'll turn off my television. I don't watch any news channels pretty much anymore pretty much radio and then I'll tell my radio for days on end no listen to quick and listening to music but you guys. You're boxes is really an honor to be called appreciate all the accolades. But let's get into you know the the reason you're calling so I live right now and while I'm trying to sell house in South Carolina which H. O. H. Always all about keeping property value You know resell and and I think the problem is the choice or their own. Worst enemy is a quality of life life. Now the one I'm living here now and Merle's inlet It's nice you know. We have guarded security at night through security. which is great but I was out mowing my grass Just moved here no my graphs and next door is a retired New York Fire Department mkx Guy in his eighties trey and I and I was telling known it like on a Saturday afternoon clocks and kind of went in the primaries kind of on his line but right between both property lines Taiwan around kind of cleaned up for his and all of a sudden this lady I was. I know she started yelling at me. Like are you sure that's on your property line and I turned around. Excuse me she says. Is that your property. I well actually. It's my next door neighbor. Aver hold on. Just make clear. This lady didn't live next door. She was just like on the street. Walking well okay so just some random resident of the neighborhood neighborhoods haranguing you over how. You're mowing the lawn. Yes eleven o'clock and beautiful Saturday afternoon ostensibly. Nhl Way member. It's not the person and I said well. No we talked about it and we know each other and I don't think he's going to have any problem with me. You know weed eating. We asked around where you basically doing your neighbor your favorites like mowing part of his honor. That's what it sounds like exactly and and I think you know h o ways They're kind of their own worst enemy and I had a house now the one for ten years and it's like yeah you're keeping that property value off. I believe I don't know I know that's cliched. Yeah it is. But there's a quality of life issue and about emily off the air. Just say really great to call about this. I've heard I didn't hear the first part of your program and I'M GONNA go back to my car and listen to because I don not rich but I do have houses but I'm tired of that. This is the past ten years and it's great. You know this country's great things are great and in your show is great. Thank you extra sharing your story. I really appreciate hearing. But that's the kind of petty crap that I expect to hear about. When it comes to homeowners associations creations recently? I had Where I live the roof over my doorway is subject to snow falling off the roof when when it gets warm enough and so does frequently and unbeknownst to me? I've been battling this myself. Where like whenever some snow falls off the revive to go re shovel right Brian? unbeknownst to me I went out to go do it once and it was already done while neighbor. My neighbor's or the landlord or somebody right on and I was like. Wow that's awesome so it sounds to me like if a Hoa that somebody would complain about that you never know. I mean these are busy bodies. These are people who you know. Maybe this woman has absolutely nothing better to do with her time than skulk about the neighborhood finding violation stanford violation and then she. You know snitch. Is You out to the association follows a the report you get a ticket you get a warning or whatever. One of the worst that I remember was going to somebody who's house I was visiting and they were in one of these neighborhoods and I drove a Toyota pickup truck. At that time I received a warning on my pickup truck. I was there learn. Maybe the evening you know seven to nine or something like that. Wasn't there for long. Maybe like fifteen minutes or twenty thirty and acts wasn't along visit and I come out and I find Nisus pink piece of paper on my windshield and I look at it and it informs me that there's rules in this here neighborhood that say that you can't have a truck parked in your driveway at all basically at anytime. What's the point of having a drive? Well these people Whoever it is that's in charge of the Neighborhood Association? They believed that trucks are for working people. And we don't want it. They'll let you have the truck there during the day if it's like a worker or we don't want any a you're kind around these product. If you've got like the you know the I think I'm sorry I think it was after dark. It was after dark. Trucks are not allowed to be parked outside the boxes on the hills about right so the rule extensively because well you know we don't want our neighborhood to look like it's working class. You can have that man with a truck parked in front of your house. If he's there to fix your refrigerator workplace plumbing what happens when the cable guy comes by now. It's fun so it's fine during the day but at night time we need to have all those trucks put away. If you've got a truck you need to have it in your garage. Basically this is the kind of petty Crap that they these what are they called. CCR's covenants codes and restrictions. It's basically the laws of the the Neighborhood Association right and I don't know about you but I don't WanNa live in a place like that and I don't think that at least for people like me that doesn't increase value of property to me that decreases the value of property. Now there certainly are some high Falutin snooty people who for them. These sorts of controls do to increase the Bo. Well you can't paint your house except the appropriate colors you can have the riffraff. Yeah you up. You can't have a Bush that's above Four four feet tall. Make sure you keep the grass trimmed and Cetera et CETERA. And I don't have any value for that. Let's go to gram. He's listening in Erie. Pennsylvania Graham you're on free talk go ahead yeah you guys are talking about Homeowners Association All the morality behind it aside. It's really just private-sector feudalism. Okay follow their rules. Kick you off the land interesting. The only difference though is that people agree for homeowners associations with the exception of the children who are born within them The people who are living there who purchased the homes. We're presented with the rules in advance now. Of course they aren't always the same rules because they could change them over time but they at the very least represented will it ever. The governor's structure is if you want steam by grandma. I don't know if you have more to tell us but you're welcome to To do that coming up here in our number to say it is one of the key differences and so. That's why I'm not like I don't care if you have one because you've decided you want to if that's what you WanNa do is argue with your neighbors over bunch of piddly crap and that's your idea of you know important or a good time that have at it..

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"mow parts" Discussed on Talking Mopars

Talking Mopars

06:02 min | 1 year ago

"mow parts" Discussed on Talking Mopars

"Welcome to the first episode of talking Mo- Parse I felt that it was only fitting that on the launch of this podcast. I tell the story. Behind the launch of one of the most influential mo par muscle cars ars of all time the nineteen. Sixty Eight Plymouth roadrunner. We're also going to discuss a little Sima. Twenty nineteen my project car. Pick of the a week and we're GONNA briefly discuss the idiot. Who crushed in nineteen seventy dodge charger because the Internet made him mad lawsuit? Talk a little bit about the podcast and take a forward. Look at what you can expect from it. I'm your host Chris. Albrecht better known as the Mo par hunter and this is talking walking Mo- Parse you're listening to talking Mo- parks with our are hunter your direct all Lopa. We are firing on all cylinders. Here talking Mo- pars and I'm excited. I'm excited because this podcast is a new venture for me. I started a little facebook. Page called the MO par hunter four years ago in the summer of Twenty fifteen. I did it just to share my my love of Mo- parse and eventually I got to. I guess I should probably start off by saying that. I am obsessive compulsive when it comes to looking at cars for sale. If you see me looking at my phone or on the computer nine times out of ten. I'm looking at cars that I I can't buy if I'm being honest I just ever since I was a kid. I was addicted to it. You know I was like when I saw Joe dirt the movie and he was looking at auto traders. I was like dude. That's me that's me. That was me as a kid. I used to Have Stacks of auto traders by the old car trader. You you guys remember deals on wheels. I bought that magazine to anywhere. I could see cars cars for sale. I would be you know I had my dad. My Dad and I would go to car dealerships in just like classic car dealerships and just look at cars. You know talk cars. It was one of my favorite childhood pastimes going to car. Lots with my dad and just looking at cars in that followed me all the way into adulthood because when craigslist came out I it sounded and looked like a joke and I was like craigslist. What and once I went down that rabbit hole I was like oh way? Wait a second eight a second you mean I. Don't you have to pay for this like auto trader and it's free and okay so down the rabbit hole. I went an and I became obsessed with looking for Mo- pars nationwide and it got to the point where it was consuming so much of my time I was like well. I guess I better share this with people because my wife can only handle so much. Mo- partook she'd only handle so much I'm I'm just I'm annoying wing. You know when it comes to mow parts knowing I'm sure all my non mope. Our friends are like odd sky. With a stupid facebook page. He never shuts up about Mo- bars and for those of you guys listening deal with it. So yeah I started the page and started sharing these cars that what I was finding and the next thing I know I have a hundred people that like the page one hundred turned into five hundred thousand five hundred turned into a thousand thousand one thousand turned into five thousand. Five thousand turned into ten. And now we're pushing twenty five thousand twenty five thousand people that follow a page. I started sharing craigslist ads. I think that's remarkable and I appreciate every single one of those people that are real because I know some of them are fake and I thought it would be fun to start a podcast about Mo- pars because being a podcast listener myself. I listened to a bunch of different PODCASTS. CAST and I really liked the automotive podcasts. There's only one problem. I could not find one. That talked about Mo- parts all the time I've consumed probably every Mo- par related episode. There is in the world the podcasting so once that well ran dry eh. I realized okay. I'm GonNa have to do something about this and I thought it would be fun. So here we are talking Mo- parse the podcast and you know I created this podcast to be your direct connection to all things Mo- par in the world of podcasting. So that if you listen to podcasts. Maybe you're new to podcasts. Welcome they're fun. They help your day go by faster. I listen to podcasts. Cast all day at work. You know they helped my you know ten eleven hour days go by real quick and if you're podcasting thing welcome we're happy to have you enjoy content and participate. You know this podcast is going to be a platform. Not only for me to talk mo parts to you but I want to hear your stories if you have a compelling Mo par story you know whether it's an old racing story maybe have a great story about saving an old mopeds are finding Mo- part of field talk in the guy out of you know maybe you've been working on a project car for ten years in it's finally done took it to your car show this summer you won a trophy cool stories..

"mow parts" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

10:28 min | 1 year ago

"mow parts" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"And we've been having vast amounts of rain were I to this terrible drought. And I tried to do my Wednesday couple of weeks ago, and it had not grown, I still wanted to do the Mon though you don't understand still wanted to do at least the front yard, but it was it was just an prophetic shape. So I didn't get to do that. So I wait until Saturday to do the mole and Saturday, the lawnmower broke, right? Smack in the middle of starting it up. And getting out mowing part of the front stretch of the yard, the lawn mortgage stopped working, so I'm not good at fixing lawn. Mowers in the there's a guy around the corner who is gonna fixing lawn mowers. But the last lawnmower I took to him which was my blue. Boy, he fixed it. And he kept it. So I said, okay, so I know this other guy's name is Hal. He has a shop and I ran it over to Hal. It helps it gonna get to it for two weeks as how, you know, me. He goes, all right? Let me say and he looked at it tinkered with he got he got up and running in about ten minutes. I don't know what he did. I was talking to his wife who's always delight to talk to because she's so much better looking than ES, and she makes cookies is you gave me cookie cookies were good. So anyway, he gets my lawn mowers how much he says, just just, just said, okay, how much oil you, you just don't worry about it. As okay. Must have been simple. That's still fanning through thing in the back of the truck came back mode, the ARD. Edge the ARD, we needed took the blower did all that yard looks beautiful. But then comes this Wednesday, which was yesterday. We record on Thursdays. I want to do the Wednesday mo- because the grass is actually growing because now we're getting a lot of rain as. Yeah. This is good. There's rain I can do this. Except for one thing we had it was It was raining hard age is would not stop raining. So today, I said, I'll do them Wednesday mow on Thursday. But then I'll be doing it again on Saturday. So that's kind of weird. And it's raining all day it just stopped raining right now long and it was thundering long enough for me to do radio. So what am I going to do radio about, I'm going to do radio about what I'm getting all the emails about, which is, of course, lawn pests? And I gotta tell you people all across the country are seeing different lawn pests, I've white grubs are showing up in parts of the country. I in Kansas area, I've got a couple of emails from out there. One guy who's been listening to my show for twenty five years is, is got has got the white grubs, and he says, well, can I use the doom or, or one of those back cells Thurn Jensen's products on? And I said, yeah, you kinda can. But, you know, I think you need to kill the grubs like right now. So I suggested that he used the by fenceline granny will a brand name with that, for that would be Telstar. There's several several amount. Their WalMart sells by then plan granular under. Different names. But I would put that down in water it in real good, and kill the adults. And if you want to use the Baxter injustice product. I might be a little too late in the year. Just just a little bit too late in the year for that. Now, the other thing that we're getting a lot of calls on not really long problem. But it's ants fire ants. Getting lots of calls and emails on fire ants, and they say, what's the best thing to kill fire ants. Well, the best thing to kill fire ants. Now is the same as it was years ago. But nobody does it correctly and I've talked about this a million times. But it's Andro. Now, let me tell you how to use. Andro in it works every time if you do it the way, I tell you, if you don't it doesn't it's just as simple, take the Andro and put a little tiny pile. And I mean, a tablespoon if it's a large amount, a tablespoon next to the mound about three to five inches away from the mount to not touch the on do not disturb the mound. If you dump the Andro on top of the mound, which everybody tries to do. The ants think that it's the ants think that it's a threat, and if they think it's a threat they remove the Andro from the mount I've actually, sat and watched that happen when I was teaching we went out we had a piece of property at the school had the had a bunch of fire ant hills. So we went out there, and I let you a test, and we tried all kinds of different things, and we'd Tump it right on top of the mound. We'd just sit there and watch the ants. Come out the sole trans come out and just remove it from the mound. Never touched it and pile did fine. So we found the most effective way is to put just a tablespoon fits a large mound next to the mount about four to five inches away, three to five whatever. And they if you sit and watch eventually they come out. They find it and they start taking it and you see him hauling it in its that miraculous. It works. Really, really well. So, you know, it's no big deal to get rid of fire ants. If you follow the rules, if you don't follow the rules, it doesn't work. I've been asked about chemical drenches into the mounts. Yeah. If you put enough chemical into the mountains, they do work, but I'm not big on on that. I'm not about taking pesticides. Mic specs pesticides and flushing it deep into the soil because some of those miles go down rather deep. Yeah, it's affective, but I would rather be a lot less chemically invasive, and the bait is just wonderful does the job the NCAA that they'll die all biodegrade into the soil and everybody's happy. And everybody's, you know, wonderful and you're not putting chemicals, deep into the ground. So that's kind of my philosophy and I'm an old pest control guy, you know, but this is how I feel I, I just don't think we need to dump chemicals into the ground. Now, the next one that's popping up that I'm getting a lot of calls on is, is something called a change bug. Change bugs are in the southern part of the United States, mostly, but I've actually seen them as far as Nashville areas like that. They have what's called a piercing sucking mouth part. The little black insects about a fifth of an inch long they got a white dot on their back. So you can always identify them when you find them they drill into the stem of the grass. They stick some chemical in their from their mouths from their, you know, their beasts, and then they suck the sap out of the grass in kill the grass thing kill long pretty quickly. When you see that you have changed bugs or you see it starting to yellow out and Brown out and you go down there and you kind of divide the grass, and you find him down there. Then you have to treat that area with a chemical and in the old days, we used van diazinon, and it was very, very effective. In the new days, you have products like by Fenton. But they built up a resistance to buy feminine. So golly, gee. I got to tell you what is working for me right now. And that is some of the sesame seed oil based products, such as Accenture Accenture is seems to be working rather. Well, now it doesn't kill them real quick. But it kills them you probably have to do two or three applications about a week apart. But, you know, I had a pretty nasty section of my yard pretty nasty infestation in sex them section of my yard last year. And I just decided, I'm going chemical free. I'm going all natural. So I had the century. And by the way, I don't keep the century in my garage, because it smells so bad, and I can, I'm the only person on the universe who does not like the smell of a century everybody else who loves her smell of a century, as kind of a Menti floral is just too strong for me. I keep it in a plastic box that I have locked as toolbox, they have locked in the corner of my backyard. That, that's you know. That's why I keep it but I also keep some other things that other chemicals in there as well. But this, you know, this is it works, but you like I say about two to three applications about a week apart, and I just spray down there mix it up in a pump up sprayer in spray. It down there in it works relatively well right away. You'll get immediate kill. But there's still some that are going to be hatching out, you and is not going to last a week later, it's going to be gone. It's not going to last you gotta hit it again. A week later for the ones that hatch out. And then just to make sure you come back a week after that. And you hit it and it's done and it's all natural. And like I said, you'll probably love the odor of it. I don't it's just me I'm never gonna love the odor of a century. But a lot of people do, and it's relatively easier to find now than it used to be someone told me that some home depot's are carrying it. If. Not you can go on EBay and buy it, and get it relatively quickly or you can go on Amazon in pick it up. And if you're an Amazon prime member, you get in two days, so that part's nice and I like, I just, you know, the older I get the more natural way. It's I like to go, like I say I'm totally almost one hundred percent organic on my fertilizer. I still use chemical pesticides. I still use chemical herbicides. I still use the awful terrible roundup. Yeah, I do. I don't use the brand name round up. The glysophate is given griant. I buy the generic because it's less than half the price in it works just as well. But for the most part, going natural, you're listening to ask the garden..

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"mow parts" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

10:17 min | 1 year ago

"mow parts" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Saturday, the lawnmower broke right? Smack in the middle of starting it up and getting out and mowing part of the front stretch of the yard, the lawn mower just stop working. So I'm not good at fixing lawn. Mowers in the there's guy around the corner who is good at fixing lawn mowers, but the last long more, I took to him which was my blue. Boy, he fixed it and he kept it. So I said, okay, so I know this other guy's name is Hal. He has a shop and I ran it over to how it helps it out. God going to get to it for two weeks as how, you know, me. He goes, all right? Let me see. And he looked at e tinkered with he got he got it up and running in about ten minutes. I don't know what he did. I was talking to his wife, who is always a delight to talk to because she's so much better looking than ES, and she makes cookies, she gave me cookie cookies were good soon away. He gets my lawn mowers how much he says, just just, just said, okay, how much oil you, you just don't worry about it as okay? Must have been simple. That's the only thing I think of through thing in the back of the truck came back mode, the hard edge. The yard we needed took the blower did all that yard looks beautiful. But then comes this Wednesday, which was yesterday. We record on Thursdays. I wanna do the Wednesday mo- because the grass is actually growing because now we're getting a lot of rain as yeah. This is good. There's rain I can do this. Except for one thing we had it was raining. It was raining, hard ages would not stop raining. So today, I said, I'll do them Wednesday on Thursday. But then I'll be doing it again on Saturday. So that's kind of weird. And it's raining all day it just stopped raining right now long and it was thundering long enough for me to do radio. So what am I going to do radio about, I'm going to do radio about what I'm getting all the emails about, which is, of course, lawn pests? And I gotta tell you people all across the country are seeing different lawn. Pest. I've white grubs are showing up in parts of the country. I in Kansas area, I've got a couple of emails from out there. One guy who's been listening to my show for twenty five years is got has got the white grubs, and he says, oh, can I use the doom or or one of those back cells? Third Jensen's products on it. I says. Yeah, you kinda can. But, you know, I think you need to kill the grubs like right now. So I suggested that he used by fenfluramine granular a brand name with that, for that would be Telstar there. Several several mount. Their WalMart sells by plan granular under. Different names. But I would put that down in water. It in real good. Kill the adults. And if you want to use the Baxter injustice product. I might be a little too late in the year. Just just a little bit too late in the year for that. Now, the other thing that we're getting a lot of calls on not really long problem. But it's ants fire ants. Getting lots of calls and emails on fire ants, and they say, what's the best thing to kill fire ants. Well, the best thing to kill fire ants. Now is the same as it was years ago. But nobody does it correctly and I've talked about this a million times. But it's Andro. Now, let me tell you how to use. Andro in it works every time if you do it the way I tell you, if you don't it doesn't. It's just that simple. Take the Andro and put a little tiny pile. And I mean a tablespoon if it's a large amount a tablespoon next to the mound about three to five inches away from the mount. Do not touch them out on do not disturb the mound. If you dump the Andro on top of the mound, which everybody tries to do. Do the think that it's the ants think that it's a threat. And if they think it's the threat they removed the Andro from the mound, I've actually, sat and watched that happen. When I was teaching we went out we had a piece of property at the school had the had a bunch of, you know, fire ant hills. So we went out there, and I said, let's do a test, and we tried all kinds of different things, and we dump it right on top of the mount. We'd just sit there and watch the ants. Come out the sole trans come out and just remove it from the mound. Never touched it and pile did fine. So, yeah, we found the most effective way is to put just a tablespoon fits large mound next to the mount about four to five inches away, three to five whatever. And they if you sit and watch eventually they come out, and they find it, and they start taking it and you see him hauling it in its that miraculous. It were. Works really, really well. So, you know, it's no big deal to get rid of fire ants. If you follow the rules, if you don't follow the rules, it doesn't work. I've been asked about chemical drenches into the mounts. Yeah. If you put enough chemical into the mountains, they do work, but I'm not big on on that. I'm not about taking pesticides. Mix specs pesticides and flushing it deep into the soil because some of those miles go down rather deep. Yeah. It's affected. But I would rather be a lot less chemically invasive, and the bait is just wonderful does the job the NCAA that they'll die all biodegrade into the soil and everybody's happy. And everybody's, you know, wonderful and you're not putting chemicals, deep into the ground. So that's kind of my philosophy and I'm an old pest control guy, you know, but this is how I feel I, I just don't think we need to dump chemicals into the ground. Now, the next one that's popping up that I'm getting a lot of calls on is, is something called a change bug. Change bugs are in the southern part of the United States, mostly, but I've actually seen them as far as Nashville areas like that. They have what's called a piercing sucking mouth part. They they're little black insects about a fifth of an inch long. They got white dot on their back. So you can always identify them when you find them. They drill into the gem of the grass, they stick some chemical in their from their mouths from their, you know, their beasts, and then they suck the sap out of the grass in kill the grass thing till along pretty quickly. When you see that you have ginge bugs, so you see it starting to yellow out and Brown out and you go down there and you kind of divide the grass, and you find him down there, then you have to treat that area with a chemical and in the old days, we used van diazinon, and it was very, very effective. In the new days, you have products like by Fenland, but they built up a resistance to buy feminine. So golly, gee. I got to tell you what is working for me right now. And that is some of the sesame seed oil based products, such as Accenture Accenture is seems to be working rather. Well, now it doesn't kill them real quick. But it kills them you probably have to do two or three applications about a week apart. But, you know, I had a pretty nasty section of my yard pretty nasty infestation in a sex them a section of my yard last year. And I just decided, I'm going chemical free. I'm going all natural. So I had the century. And by the way, I don't keep the century in my garage, because it smells so bad and I I'm the only person on the university does not like the smell of essentially everybody else who loves the smell of a century has kind of a Mendy floral is just to Sean for me. I keep it in a plastic box that I have locked is toolbox. I have locked in the corner of my backyard that, that's, you know. That's why I keep it. But I also keep some other things in your other chemicals in there as well. But this, you know, this is it works, but you like I say about two to three applications about a week apart. And I sprayed down there mix it up in a pump up sprayer in spray. It down there in it works relatively well, you know right away. You'll get immediate kill. But there's still some that are going to be hatching out, you and is not going to last a week later, it's going to be gone. It's not gonna last you gotta hit it again. A week later for the ones that hatch out. And then just to make sure you come back a week after that. And you hit it and it's done and it's all natural. And like I said, you'll probably love the odor of it. I don't it's just me I'm never gonna love the odor of a century. But a lot of people do, and it's relatively easier to find now than it used to be someone told me that some home depot's are carrying it. If. Not you can go on EBay and buy it, and get it relatively quickly or you can go on Amazon and pick it up. And if you're an Amazon prime member, you get in two days. So, you know that part's nice and I like I just, you know, the older I get the more natural way, I like to go. Like I say I'm totally almost one hundred percent organic on my fertilizer. I still use chemical pesticides. I still use chemical herbicides. I still use the awful terrible roundup. Yeah. I do. I don't use the brand name round up. The glysophate is the active ingredient. I buy the generic because it's less than half the price. And it works just as well. But part going natural you're listening to ask the garden. This message is fostered by American ride featuring the nation's best prices on a homestead lift. Are you having a difficult time? Getting around your home do y'all. Void going up and down the stairs. Have you even considered moving from your.

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"mow parts" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

10:22 min | 1 year ago

"mow parts" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Of rain. I knew through this terrible drought. And I tried to do my Winston couple of weeks ago, and it had not grown I still wanted to do the Mon, though. You don't understand. I still wanted to do at least the front yard, but it was it was just in pathetic shape. So I didn't get to do that. So I waited until Saturday to do the mole and Saturday the lawn mower broke. Right. Smack in the middle of starting it up. And getting out mowing part of the front stretch of the yard, the lawn mower just stopped working. So I'm not good at fixing lawn. Mowers in the there's guy around the corner. Who's good at fixing lawn mowers, but the last long more, I took to him which was my blue. Boy, he fixed it and he kept it. So I said, okay, so I know this other guy's name is Hal. He has a shop and I ran it over to how it helps it out and God going to get to it for two weeks as how, you know, me he goes on. All right. Let me say and he looked at e tinkered with he got he got up and running in about ten minutes. I don't know what he did. I was talking to his wife, who is always a delight to talk to because she's so much better looking than ES, and she makes cookies, and she gave me cookie cookies were good soon away. He gets my lawn mowers how much he says, just just, just said, okay, how much do you just don't worry about it as okay? Must have been simple. That's the only thing of through thing in the back of the truck came back mode, the ARD. It's the ARD we needed took the blower did all that yard looks beautiful. But then comes this Wednesday, which was yesterday. We record on Thursdays. I wanna do the Wednesday mo- because the grass is actually growing because now we're getting a lot of rain as. Yeah. This is good. There's rain I can do this. Except for one thing we had it was raining. It was raining hard age would not stop raining. So today, I said, well, I'll do the Wednesday on Thursday. But then I'll be doing it again on Saturday. So that's kind of weird. And it's raining all day. It just stopped raining right now long and it was stunned during long enough for me to do radio. So what am I going to do radio about, I'm going to do radio about what I'm getting all the emails about, which is, of course, lawn pests? And I gotta tell you people all across the country are seeing different lawn. Pest. I've white grubs are showing up in parts of the country. I in Kansas area of got a couple of emails from out there, one guy, he's been listening to my show for twenty five years is, is got, you know, has got the white grubs, and he says, oh, can I use the doom or or one of those back cells thir- Jensen's products on it? I said, yeah, you kinda can. But, you know, I think you need to kill the grubs like right now. So I suggested that he used by fenceline granules a brand name with that, for that would be Telstar there. Several several mount. Their WalMart sells by then plan granular under. Different names. But I would put that down in water it in real good. Kill the adults. And if you wanna use the back, solothurn Justice product. It might be a little too late in the year. Just just a little bit too late in the year for that. Now, the other thing that we're getting a lot of calls on not really long problem. But it's ants fire ants. Getting lots of calls and emails on fire ants, and they say, what's the best thing to kill fire ants. Well, the best thing to kill fire ants. Now is the same as it was years ago. But nobody does it correctly and I've talked about this a million times. But it's Andro. Now, let me tell you how to use. Andro in it works every time if you do it the way I tell you, if you don't it doesn't. It's just that simple. Take the Andro and put a little tiny pile. And I mean, a tablespoon if it's a large amount, a tablespoon next to the mound about three to five inches away from the mount do not touch the on do not disturb them out. If you dump the Andro on top of the mound, which everybody tries to do. The ants think that it's the ans- think that it's a threat, and if they think it's a threat, they removed the Andro from the mount I've actually, sat and watched that happen when I was teaching we went out we had a piece of property at the school had the had a bunch of fire ant hills. So we went out there, and I said, let's do a test, and we tried all kinds of different things, and we dump it right on top of the mount. We'd just sit there and watch the ants. Come out the sole trans come out and just remove it from the mound. Never touched it and pile did fine. So we found the most effective way is to put just a tablespoon fits a large mound next to the mount about four to five inches away, three to five whatever. And they if you sit and watch eventually they come out. They find it and they start taking it and you see him hauling it in its that miraculous. It works. Really, really well. So, you know, it's no big deal to get rid of fire ants. If you follow the rules, if you don't follow the rules, it doesn't work. I've been asked about chemical drenches into the mounts. Yeah. If you put enough chemical into the mountains, they do work, but I'm not big one on that. I'm not about taking pesticides mixed specs pesticides and flushing it deep into the soil, because some of those miles go down rather deep. Yeah. It's affected. But I would rather be a lot less chemically invasive, and the bait is just wonderful does the job DNC that they'll die all biodegrade into the soil and everybody's happy. And everybody's, you know, wonderful and you're not putting chemicals, deep into the ground. So that's kind of my philosophy and I'm an old pest control guy, you know, but this is how I feel I, I just don't think we need to dump chemicals into the ground. Now. Now, the next one is popping up that I'm getting a lot of calls on is, is something called a chinchilla bug. Change bugs are in the southern part of the United States, mostly, but I've actually seen them as far as Nashville areas like that. They have what's called a piercing sucking mouth part. They little black insects about a fifth of an inch long got white dot on their back. So you can always identify them when you find them. They drill into the gem of the grass, they stick some chemical in their from their mouths or from their, you know, their beats and then they suck the sap out of the grass and kill the grass thing kill along pretty quickly. When you see that you have ginge bugs, or you see it starting to yellow out and Brown out and you go down there and you kind of divide the grass, and you find him down there. Then you have to treat that area with a chemical and in the old days, we used van diazinon, and it was very, very effective. In the new days, you have products like by fenceline, but they built up a resistance to buy feminine. So golly, gee. I got to tell you what is working for me right now. And that is some of the sesame seed oil based products, such as Accenture Accenture is seems to be working rather. Well, now it doesn't kill them real quick. But it kills them you probably have to two or three applications about a week apart. But, you know, I had a pretty nasty section of my yard pretty nasty infestation in a sex them section of my yard last year. And I just decided, I'm going chemical free. I'm going all natural. So I had the century. And by the way, I don't keep the century in my garage, because it smells so bad. And I again, I'm the only person on the universe does not like the smell of a century, everybody else loves the smell of a century is kind of a Mendy floral is just too strong for me. I keep it in a plastic box that I have locked a toolbox. I have locked in the corner of my backyard. That, that's you know that's. Why keep it but I also keep some other things in your other chemicals in there as well. But this, you know, this is it works, but you like I say about two to three applications about a week apart. And I just spray down there mix it up in a pump up sprayer in spray. It down there in it works relatively well right away. You'll get immediate kill. But there's still some that are going to be hatching out and is not going to last a week later, it's going to be gone. It's not going to last you gotta hit it again. A week later for the ones that hatch out. And then just to make sure you come back a week after that. And you hit it and it's done and it's all natural. And like I said, you'll probably love the odor of it. I don't it's just me I'm never gonna love the odor of a century. But a lot of people do, and it's relatively easier to find now than it used to be someone told me that some home depot's are carrying it. If not. You can go on EBay and buy it, and get it relatively quickly or you can go on Amazon and pick it up. And if you're an Amazon prime member, you get in two days, so that part's nice and I like, I just, you know, the older, I get that the more natural way, I like to go. Like I say I'm totally almost one hundred percent organic on my fertilizer. I still use chemical pesticides. I still use chemical herbicides. I still use the awful terrible roundup. Yeah. I do. I don't use the brand name round up glysophate is the active ingredient, I buy the generic because is less than half the price and it works just as well. But the most part going natural. You're listening to ask the garden..

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"mow parts" Discussed on Heathen

Heathen

06:30 min | 2 years ago

"mow parts" Discussed on Heathen

"Was. Yeah. I mean, it's just funny. How? You on lock these things, and then you have different just a different experience before. And after ladies marked before doctors with my grandfather was just that. He was very. Stoic in very. Masculine and very. Non-emotional and all of these things is very our society stereotype of masculinity, and then found Jesus essentially more or less, but I think his finding Jesus was really more just coming to terms with the softness in him. And I think it was the church was the vehicle for that for him. But I'm not sure how much the story had to do with it as much as the community. You know, it was the community and the the safe place to be soft. But he overnight went from being a person who I'd never seen expressive motion to someone who would cry and tell me how much he loved me and tear up at the drop of a hat and just everything which is right on the surface. This emotions were suddenly, they're an acceptable to him. But I mean, that's true me too. When I go into image projector mowed part of that is divorcing my body. And to the point where that's how I often imploded found out in my image projection is my body will begin to rebel might is is different hasn't manifested as panic attack so much as we'll just find myself running up a hill, and I'm not running. But I just feel like there will be a moment of intense emotional something, and I will just find myself having wandered off somewhere because my body when we move. Definitely. What is happening? And it's like this like my body is the first 'cause I am very physically oriented. I'm a touch love language kid and Connecticut, learner a mover of doer and. But tha that's often my coming back into myself begins with my body just being like, oh, we must do thing. But it also works in reverse where I can get locked in that where if I don't. My brain can be very sure that something is safe and good. Okay. And my body has a memory of trauma or has a memory of past something. And I I will be I know this is silly. And I'm still going to cry about it for the next hour and still just stuck in this place. Where like my body is going through this thing, even the mentally. I could be like I've moved past this. I know what this is. My body is still still processing thanks though. Interesting. I think the goal the goal for so many of us coming out of this is just integration. The word parapets used to us over and over again, integrating these different pieces. And that's long work, especially when you've been dealing with them separately for a long time getting everything to function just as an entire system. Right. So that you have your emotion, you have your physical body, you have your spiritual. Whatever of how what matters not because there's. There's a hierarchy in spirituality as well. Like, the things that you you place value on that move your body humor in for it really is it's like. I've been thinking about it in terms of communication between my mind and body as I've been sitting there meditations hard. It's it's it's a difficult practice for me. And I when I realize why it's usually because like, I'm not talking wants not talking right? Right. And. Just I. Well, I mean, you just that. I want my my parts to talk to other better. Because that's what I haven't. Let them do. Right. Live and move and maybe. Yeah. I think for me my therapist one things that she for me. For me recently was realizing that that I can actually solve everything with my mind. I was trying to do that. Like, I could meet somebody actually have a genuine connection, but then self sabotage by basically writing the whole narrative of the relationship into where it's going to eventually like end because I see all this stuff and basically than just like throw the whole thing away. And instead of. Oftentimes as I was talking about things in therapy. She was stopped me. And she was like, well, you just justified all of the ways that you understood the thing that you just said what did it make you feel every single time? It would just break me. He would just things I realize is that the last couple years of my life. What I've actually started doing is realizing that I was super motion kid as a teenager. I just felt all of the things all of the time. And I'm back to that place. I'm back to like losing my shit, like Pretty Woman fussy ad. I'm back to like laughing a laugh before. So I think that's gonna Jimmy back to you back to you are as a child is the thing like, and that's just I think this is. I disagree with Kate. Now, don't disagree with what she said about child. Life kind of. Child. But I think part of that is coming back to that coal Potter who you with that all of the shit on top of it. Because I think at some point we get script right this. So and then we do that into a new one and love is trying to understand the script works just playing is just old, and it was probably formed kinda young. But it wasn't. It's not an innate thing is just something that was built on top of women. No built on top of that whole any Graham conversations like that men are being tightly, Hugh like integrate number doesn't define you. It was just a story that happened in a wound that was credit that we've been playing with once we discover homeless now the idea is integration that we have become much holistic that we actually become much more healthy possible those characteristics. Once we can see where bullshit leads us down. So I think the whole Munn buddy thing is huge absolutely massive. And I think we need to understand that more, spirituality and get away from just saying creeds and living woods as much as I'm woods person. All the way through never gonna give up on those about I think embody them where they land and letting that thing. 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"mow parts" Discussed on Overdue

Overdue

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"mow parts" Discussed on Overdue

"This is a head gum podcast. While engine Craig believe the joy of discovery is crucial to enjoying any well told tale, they will not shy away from spoiling specific story beats when necessary. Plus, these are books you should have read by now. It's gonna be one of those classic Fs. One of those classics bungalow, you know, you just you've, you go in and you're feeling kind of ornery an angry about the book that you read and you just, you know, that thing that the audience response to. So you just, you know, is going to be one of the classic one of those classic apps of overdue. A podcast about the books you've been meaning to read? My name is Craig Miami's Andrew, and we are rare into go this week ready to talk about new moon. The second book in the twilight saga by Stephanie Meyer Meyer more Myers Meyer Meyer Meyer just one Meyer you may or may not know that it is the sequel to twilight of book that we talked about episode, three hundred twenty episodes ago. Yeah. So our deal is like we really didn't wanna read all of these, but now we're going to. So we're doing this. One now and we're going to do the next one sometime in the next twenty episodes. And then for three fifty, the plan is to to finish it out. Yep, that that's that'll be breaking on. So like, yeah, let me get this out of the way. Okay. If you want to know more about Stephanie Meyer in the Genesis of this series, go back and listen to twilight episode, three hundred. If you haven't already, we will as Andrew just alluded to. We have kind of bemoaned our way into these books, and we may continue to be mown parts of these books as we as we talk here tonight and tomorrow or whenever you're listening to it. But I do want to say it has been fun to to just be in the act of reading. Say like, now that we're, we really resisted it. But now that we're here, I'm having a good time. It's like it's like when I'm going to go, I've been invited to a party that I'm not sure I want to go to, and then I try convince myself that I'd rather just sit at home and watch Star Trek and play video games. Yes, seriously going and having a good time. Yeah. So like even if we are, you know, knocking certain parts of the book for very specific religious reasons. I'm sure I don't want to over or like discount the fact that I have had fun reading it, and probably folks who have read all these books probably had some of the same fun that we did even if they may be responded to character stronger than we did or whatever. So like I think that I just caught myself like very invested in the act of. In ways I wasn't expecting on the rare occasions where something happens in this. It is occasionally gripping. No, this is this is all in. This is all we were coming from a place of enjoyment. I think we're pro. We're gonna criticize plenty, but it's not tearing it out for the sake of holding. Introduce, you know what a new moon is. It's the dark one, right? Yes, it is the first lunar phase more like no moon when the moon and sun have the same clip dick longitude. Thanks with a PDF saying, no. One of the original meetings of the new moon is in a lot of cultures. Actually, when you start to see the first crescent of the moon peaking around, it's not when it's completely dark. So there's a little bit of a difference there. There's a bit there's a bit of symbolism at play here. Right? Right. Yeah. Tell me about it. There's some changes going on in the world of Bella swan that will talk about, but it's also a very dark and yes, sad yet life through the darkest of her life according to the authors sippy Meyer..

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"mow parts" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"mow parts" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"Oh, I guess there's only one doctor Contessa, but so Scott has just come home from Toya's. Party. It was her birthday parties, lash party for gene for getting a promotion, and he's all pissed because toy it basically, sort of like put contests on blast during her speech at the at the party. Yeah, I love when someone's mad and newsies hat. Yeah. All bowl. So tell you sir contest. You know, just casual with season to wait Jilin and her bed as Mako face just been there too. Obviously, this was shot like three weeks later, right? Because condensed is not a great actress and she's like, oh, yeah, I'm just here, you know, hands full of dad. What's going on with you? Yes. So she tells us that her dad's, she did go to the airport to pick up her dad. And when he got to the Atlanta airport, he fell asleep in the airport for four hours. So this is weird timing because I thought his flight was delayed. I'm not sure what the story was last week, but I thought it was this flight was delayed and she had to go pick up the dad, but I guess he got there and he just fell asleep and she could. I'm, you know, I think her story last week was muddled. So. Does the, they didn't really clarify last week. So this week seemed like, okay, like I believed her. He fell asleep in the airport because she was like, she didn't know where her dad wasn't. There was a big to do, you know? Yeah. So, yeah, so she tells us about that and I'm like, dad, storyline, I'm so excited. Got at this urine on here. We have it last year on here. We're going to have at this year on Dallas. No, just basically made me think men in America have out. We like pull it together about that. Yeah. Hey guys. Yeah, let's let's pull it together. Let's not fall asleep in the airport, but so basically her dad has Krones complications. And so you know, all this stuff. So Scott's telling her selling contests about Toya's speech and how how messy she was and everything and contest like, well, I'm sorry. I'm sorry. We couldn't go to your party your party about getting along today. All right. Like I'm sorry, we're just cracking up because toy it would totally have a party for like mulling, her lawn justly. Would. I would like to celebrate the loud at. I would like everybody to notice that we got sidewalks, congratulate gene surprise. This is for you because you actually mowed part of the lawn and I had to celebrate miracle grow because it really is a miracle grow. And Contessa says, I ain't got time to celebrate your mediocrity. I'm like, what do you think returning Urfa Kway the perfect way to describe a toy a party that is exactly right. Like Lee. We just refilled the candy job party. The past patting. So, yeah, so contest as mandatory now. And that's just going to grow. So then we go over to sister circle live where number seeing flashes of everyone doing things around town. So I, we see quad sister circle live, and she's talking to this guy with a beard. Let me take a look at you. Oh, that's the player a blazer on without a tournament. Tournament kept on the top. Quasi is to be really good at that job by the way. Yeah, she's been Fred, I, I believe that I that. I mean the thing with qua- she I think she's very telegenic and I'm bet she's really good on like a gab fest, talk show. But like the thing that bothers me with quad is that she's still the one who like then goes out to restaurants, like bottle a glass of Pasek. Oh, please. Like. Rude neck. True daughter and have tried to order post echo, and I've learned it doesn't matter what copes early so bad for two sub sort of beverage. Ma'am. Could you please fill out your comment card before you leave..

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"mow parts" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"mow parts" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Democrats gonna scream bloody murder yes certainly but there's only so much they can do i mean it's a simple majority the republicans have that slim one seat majority and could get this through if everybody holds ranks now a lot of speculation about what susan collins might do at least murkowski might do but not a republican saying that they could make a fuss with some comments but ultimately will vote for the president's nominee and don't forget land we had those three democrats last year who voted for neal gorsuch they're offering state of the president one big they're all up for a tough reelection battles fall and their prime target for the president to say hey you did this last year you gotta do it again hey karen one potential pick i don't know too much about so tell me a little bit about him as thomas hardiman yeah he is based out of western pennsylvania served in the same circuit as the president's sister judge maryanne trump barry and sources say that that her influence to the president is a key reason why he's moved up into the top tier people like his story about driving a taxi cabs and work his way through school it doesn't have this similar ivy league pedigree that the others do i believe it's notre dame undergrad and then georgetown law school so not too shabby of course but just different than you know yale and yale for brad kavanagh on that yell harvard princeton makeup of so many on the court wow now the president then once he taking off now he's been your morning meeting with putin a week from today a week from today he's taking off tomorrow tomorrow for brussels for a nato summit that's going to be a friend territory right this this announcement tonight is pretty strategic as well if the president hadn't done it by today you're not looking at him making this announcement for another week and a half or so but if he doesn't tonight everybody in washington and presumably in the country are going to be talking about the president's pick and maybe not the most likely contentious couple of days he'll be spending with the us allies that are very upset with his recent moves on trade and his talk about nato karen what are you making with north korea there pompeo seem to indicate that they had a good meeting and all of a sudden the north koreans come out and say americans are acting like a bunch of bullies yeah i mean it certainly does not look like it went very well north korea had some really tough statement said you know talking about gangster style and they're not going to be pressured by the united states i think it gets back to what we talked about gosh it was only about three weeks ago now three and a half weeks ago in singapore that there wasn't anything solid in that commitment they signed a piece of paper to agree to keep talking but they're still vastly differing opinions on what denuclearization would look like and no surprise north koreans are putting up a very strong resistance to what the united states is pushing them to do karen could it have been a misinterpretation they didn't stay they didn't say gangster side but maybe gangnam style you've been planning on having worked on point all right karen travers abc news white house correspondent we will be on the edge of our seats tonight at nine o'clock thanks a lot all right take i can't believe i thought that was pretty cute it was cute for you okay hey don't go away we've got some racist moments when you get back she's crazy stuff going on but you know that kid who got caught you got in trouble last week for mowing part of the wrong lawn hartland and i talked about this e is having the last laugh and he deserves it fled you're spending your evening.

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"mow parts" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"mow parts" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Is the radio segment that describes itself like this peach emoji eggplant emoji splash emoji laser stories segment where we read weird news stories from around the globe just like every other radio show does except we have a laser and those other idiots don't this first laser story is out of france a criminal mastermind who was once france's most wanted man is in the news this morning an appeals court recently sentenced fortysix year old redwan fab i don't know if that's how it said to twenty five years for armed robbery that happened nearly eight years ago he's still sounds classic because of his name though the police and the prosecutor were both satisfied with the verdict and redwan was locked up in one of the country's most secure penitentiaries that was until this past sunday when a helicopter came out of nowhere along with a flock of heavily armed men while guards fired ridwan boarded the chopper and then waved goodbye disappearing into the distance escaped like out of the action movie possible i know amazing i'm assuming once he was on there just wine and cheese and laughing the whole time sources at the prison say he had most of the guards and prisoners rooting for him trying to help him escape probably because he's a criminal folk hero in france crazy enough this isn't the first time that he's busted out of highsecurity facility back in two thousand thirteen he used dynamite to blast his way out of a prison only to be recaptured six weeks later good movie about here wiser not a movie about this guy's fragile job oh next is your story is out of ohio a woman in cleveland named lucille halt hired a twelve year old to mow her lawn but something strange happened in the process it turns out while the preteen was mowing her neighbors called the cops on him reason why apparently the kid accidentally mowed part of their lawn as well are you kidding me obviously this frustrated lucille and she spoke to a local news media outlet about it here's what she had to say so i guess i have like a line where part of.

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"mow parts" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"mow parts" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Next is your story is out of ohio a woman in cleveland named lucille halt hired a twelve year old to mow her lawn but something strange to happen strange happened in the process it turns out while the preteen was mowing her neighbors called the cops on him why reason why apparently the kid accidentally mowed part of their lawn as well oh my gosh are you kidding me obviously this frustrated lucille and she spoke to a local news media outlet about it here's what she had to say so i guess i have like a line where part of it is not my yard they called the police the police that was cutting degrasse who does that guys that they call the police for everything car the parties kuzmuk's restore snowballs they called the police because my child was crying because he was getting a weapon whole does that wholeheartedly to be the most annoyed out of this whole thing stop calling us for these things this is not an emergency people we have other things to worry about also lucille made a video when the cops showed up it went viral and now the kid has more business than he knows what to do with so it actually worked out promotion buddy next laser stories out of sunrise florida richard salomon who was appointed city manager three years ago is in hot water today he recently visited the nothing but cakes bakery two weeks ago with bad intentions in his heart so what nefarious thing was richard planning to do he had the intention of redeeming and expired coupon for three dollars and ninety nine cents cake expired coupons did i always try to pass off it expect coupon you just let that slide according to the bakery owner richard was informed by employees that the coupon was expired buddy asked that the worker break the rules anyway i agree accommodate his request he had a fit that included yelling and screaming okay back it off in pay for the full price cake commissioners are now debating whether richard should keep his job he gets two hundred and four thousand dollars a year what i'm talking about come on man expired coupon for three hundred ninety nine thousand cake and then freaking out when they won't let him if he's that cheap you know he'll do good with your city money maybe another commissioner has wondered whether richards employees would still be able to respect their superior in the wake of the news saying quote i can't believe a four dollar coupon has got us here city officials are slated to convene soon to consider the cake coupon fiasco further and we'll definitely keep you updated on cake gate coupon gate i don't know what to call it but it's a sweetest political scandal that's happened in a long time this next laser story is out of new york city joann lublin stern is seventy nine years old she was born in the bronx and put up for adoption in one thousand nine thirty eight and she was always told that her mom died in childbirth but for some reason she never believed it so years ago she hired a private investigator to look into it but they couldn't find anything about her mom and at that point she just gave up but recently her daughterinlaw told her about ancestry dot com and got her to send in a dna sample obviously the chances of her mom's still being alive or pretty slim she's seventy nine years old so they were just hoping to find a blood relative well not too long after she got an email through ancestry from a guy named sam and it turned out he was joanne's biological brother here's the amazing part their mom's name is lillian fine silver and joanne found out that she is still alive yeah awesome and also like kept my brother yeah she's one hundred years old living at a retirement home in port saint lucie florida and it happens to be an hour from where joann lives in boca raton they're only an hour apart their whole lives and if you're wondering mom and daughter finally got to meet each other for the first time eight days ago and joanne describes the meeting as magical hundred year old mom describes it as who are you what time is it this next laser story is out of summer trend central according to the latest women's magazines hundreds if not thousands of.

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"mow parts" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"mow parts" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Most likely contentious couple of days he'll be spending with the us allies that are very upset with his recent moves on trade and his talk about nato karen what are you making with north korea there pompeo seem to indicate that they had a good meeting and all of a sudden the north koreans come out and say americans are acting like a bunch of bullies yeah i mean it certainly does not look like it went very well north korea had some really tough statement said you know talking about gangster style and they're not going to be pressured by the united states i think it gets back to what we talked about gosh it was only about three weeks ago now three and a half weeks ago in singapore that there wasn't anything solid in that commitment they signed a piece of paper to agree to keep talking but they're still vastly differing opinions on what denuclearization would look like and no surprise north koreans are putting up a very strong resistance to what the united states is pushing them to do karen could have been a misinterpretation they didn't stay they didn't say gangster side but maybe gangnam style you've been planning on having worked on point on call cara all right karen travers abc news white house correspondent we will be on the edge of our seats tonight at nine o'clock thanks a lot all right take i can't believe i thought that was pretty cute it was cute for you okay hey don't go away we've got some racist moments when you get back as crazy stuff going on but you know that kid who got caught you got in trouble last week for mowing part of the wrong lawn hartland and i talked about this he is having the last laugh and he deserves it all right let's get the traffic first though from alan and michael once again the bridge on the high is back in the down position meaning all lanes have been reopened but you have slow traffic in both directions traveling on the hutch towards the drawbridge meantime over on the van dyke southbound by hillside avenue this crash has been there for a long time you are jammed back from joel avenue at least one lane blocked cross island northbound busy linden boulevard into the grand central and on the southbound side from bell boulevard as you approach the heavy delays on the southbound fdr drive it is barely moving from the rfk triborough bridge down to sixty third street that crash has been there for while into exit twelve once you're past that it's also pretty slow through the forty s george washington bridge though terrific it's going to be five minutes or less from all approaches except for the palisades that's still about ten minutes link is going to be fifteen into town over at the hall on your twenty from the turnpike approaching twentyfive from one and nine alternate side parking rules aren't affect our next traffic updates coming up in fifteen minutes now let's take.

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"mow parts" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"mow parts" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The meaning of the word is this anything how do we play is this anything of stories in front of me big these are kind of your back page stories if you want to call them that it is your job to inform everybody listening right now this is anything or not something worthy of discussion worthy of thought or if it's crap we start with this is this anything a woman in cleveland named lucille holt hired a twelve year old to mow her lawn but her naval neighbors called the police on them because the kid accidentally mowed part of their lawn got a little bit too overzealous got some of the neighbor's lawn so the neighbors called the cops on him they made a video of when the cop showed up and it went viral people came it was cut my grass stay off the streets you see the police car right there my neighbors best in that house right here so i guess i have michaeline where part of it is not my yard they called the police to tell the police that was cutting degrasse who does that does that everything dakar the parties because kids were star snowballs nakada police because my child was crying because he was getting a weapon who does that okay just stop calling the police on kids that are trying to make legitimate money please these lemonade stands are usually for fundraising purposes this kids out there is a young kid he's twelve years old trying to hustle for some money mowing lawns police called on you for going i know what she's talking about the same way in my neighborhood i have a neighbor you know if i mow a little bit further to the right than on his property but sometimes sometimes i do sometimes i don't know if it's overgrown maybe i'll just go ahead and do the whole thing to the driveway i don't think i mean it's awesome this kid by the way the kid has a lot more business now what i read good it's getting offers left and right he's like yeah i'll show up i'll be on time will work hard so i i love i actually kinda liked that this happened because it opened up some new opportunities for this kid unless you see a kid with a stand where he's selling black tar heroin why don't you just take the high road lemonade stands grass cutting candy let them slide the police have more important things to deal with is this anything a fifteen year old kid in omaha went on facebook and advertised a big old firework fight and hundreds of people showed up one neighbor called the police and the police were warned the kid not to have this advertised firework fight he admits that people probably could get hurt at the event let's take a listen to that kid along with the whistle blower whose name is junior as well as the city prosecutor talk about the facebook firework fight a facebook i got an invite to come to a fireworks fight and i thought what it's ridiculous there's no place for that in a neighborhood when i go do it someplace out in the field out in the country i have one or biggest one but do you think people could get hurt i don't think it's smart to do it shoot somebody or the roman candle so that's one okay so that's what they were thinking well you light of roman candles and pointed at each other and that's considered a firework fight good old fashioned firework my my dad used to do back with his brothers in the eighties he'd have a bb gun fights in his backyard they'd put on their motorcycle helmets and leather jackets this was before like before paint balling and laser tag became a thing they just load up their their bb guns and have been neil each other with beaming my dad had welts all over his hand but you know like in his net because the the motorcycle helmet wouldn't cover the neck all the way sure so not unheard a good old fashioned fireworks height is not an of in this day and age i wouldn't recommend him so let me get this straight has your old man ever complained about dumb kids eating tide pods because i think we may have.

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