35 Burst results for "Nicholas What"

Doncic, Mavs blow big lead, hang on to beat Clippers 103-101

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | Last week

Doncic, Mavs blow big lead, hang on to beat Clippers 103-101

"Luka Dončić scored 35 the Dallas Mavericks blew a 25 point lead but hung on to edge the LA clippers one O three one O one so the Mavs improved to 8 and 5 while the clippers dropped to 8 and 7 Mavs coach Jason Kidd says the team continues to find ways to win close games Things just weren't going our way but we didn't like self destruct We just stayed together Dorian Finney Smith added 21 for the mask while the clippers were led by Paul George with 23 Nicholas platoon had 22 Bob Stevens Dallas

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Qatar World Cup Mangroves-Mangroves intro and wrap

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | Last week

Qatar World Cup Mangroves-Mangroves intro and wrap

"Soccer isn't the only attraction for people coming to Qatar for the World Cup about 1.2 million international visitors are expected for the World Cup away from the crowds and the soccer stress in this gas rich country is one of the largest mangrove forests People say in Qatar's desert but they don't know it's a living desert Mangroves grow above and below water Nicholas nacha can take you along out the Kira which holds 70% of the mangroves in Qatar Kayaking They are natural There's no harmful gas that is going to the mangrove or something else We try to keep away the jet skis So the mongrel will be growing naturally There's nothing disturbing Tourists can also spend their day in a camp and in the evening enjoy a barbecue by the water in mangroves One popular spot along out the Kira is purple island which comes from the snails living on it which produce a green residue which turns maroon and then purple in the sun I'm Ed Donahue

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 Robber, clerk fatally shoot each other in Chicago grocery

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last week

Robber, clerk fatally shoot each other in Chicago grocery

"A robbery suspect and a grocery clerk in Chicago fatally shoot each other during an attempted hold up Friday according to officials The medical examiner's office says the shootings inside the el Baraka supermarket in Chicago's south shore neighborhood killed would be robber Nicholas Williams and 63 year old clerk alley Hassan Police say Williams went into the store pulled out a gun and tried to rob it but Hassan pulled a gun from his waistband and shot Williams in the chest Williams returned fire shooting Hassan in the chest and back Williams ran from the store but collapsed about a block away and died Hassan a Palestinian immigrant was taken to the hospital and was later pronounced dead

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UK court: Arrested man is US fugitive wanted on rape claim

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 weeks ago

UK court: Arrested man is US fugitive wanted on rape claim

"A judge in Scotland says a man who spent almost a year fighting extradition to the U.S. is Nicholas Rossi a fugitive alleged to have faked his own death to escape rape allegations The suspect was arrested in December 2021 at a Glasgow hospital where he was being treated for COVID-19 He denies being Rossi and says he's an Irish orphan named Arthur knight after seeing evidence including fingerprints and tattoos a judge is told Edinburgh sheriff court he was satisfied that mister knight is indeed Nicholas Rossi U.S. authorities say Rossi had been charged in connection with the 2008 rape in Utah a full extradition hearing is likely to be held next year Charles De Ledesma London

Nicholas Rossi Glasgow Hospital Covid Arthur Knight Rossi Edinburgh Sheriff Court Scotland U.S. Mister Knight Utah Charles De Ledesma London
Golden Knights beat Maple Leafs 4-3 in OT, win 8th straight

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 weeks ago

Golden Knights beat Maple Leafs 4-3 in OT, win 8th straight

"Rightly Smith scored his second of the game 23 seconds into the extra frame as Vegas took a come from behind four three victory at Scotiabank arena The Toronto native was sent in alone and beat leafs netminder Eric sjogren for the game winner after tying the game in the third shorthanded We got off to a good start We're just trying to keep that going There's different guys that are chipping in every single night so we win by a committee and we're doing that right now Nicholas wa and Jack eichel were the other golden knights marksman The buds got tallies including two from timidly little grin and one from Mitch marner Logan Thompson kicked aside 22 shots for the victory as Vegas has now won 8 straight Jaw let there be Toronto

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Aho scores in shootout as Hurricanes beat Lightning 4-3

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 3 weeks ago

Aho scores in shootout as Hurricanes beat Lightning 4-3

"Sebastiano scored in the 6th round of a shootout to give the hurricanes a four three win over the lightning Nikita kucherov scored for the 5th straight game giving the bolts a three two lead after two periods But Brady Shay tied it with a shorthanded goal at 1334 of the third Seth Jarvis and Martin HS supplied Carolina's other goals Nicholas Paul and Ross Colton lit the lamp for Tampa Bay Lightning goaltender Andrei vasilevskiy made 53 saves in regulation and OT Frederick Anderson handled 23 shots I'm Dave ferry

Sebastiano Nikita Kucherov Brady Shay Seth Jarvis Martin Hs Hurricanes Nicholas Paul Ross Colton Andrei Vasilevskiy Tampa Bay Lightning Carolina Frederick Anderson Dave Ferry
Parkland school killer formally sentenced to life in prison

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 3 weeks ago

Parkland school killer formally sentenced to life in prison

"Florida school shooter Nicholas Cruz formally received a sentence of life in prison without parole Families of the victims at marjory Stoneman Douglas high school spent two days saying what they feel about Cruz People like you don't deserve a space here Manuel Oliver objected to the jury's decision not to sentence Cruz to death He says Cruz killed his son in 16 others for fame Whoever takes care of you Will own that fame And someone Cruz also heard from survivors of the shooting Without your stupid gun you are nothing Student Samantha Fuentes told crews the community is stronger than the hate that he gives I assure you that I will be excitedly anticipating your demise And I will assure you that you will remember my face And it will make you sick Crew showed no emotion in the courtroom I'm Ed Donahue

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Families unleash grief and anger on Parkland school shooter

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 3 weeks ago

Families unleash grief and anger on Parkland school shooter

"On the day before he is sentenced to families unleashed grief and anger on Florida school shooter Nicholas Cruz 17 people were killed at marjory Stoneman Douglas high school 17 others were injured You don't know me but you tried to kill me Teacher Stacey lapel was injured that day I will have a scar on my arm and the memory of you pointing your gun at me ingrained in my brain forever The jury could not agree on the death penalty for Cruz so his sentence will be life in prison Theresa rabinowitz's granddaughter was killed She hopes cruises every remaining moment on earth is miserable And you repent for your sins necklace And burn in hell Wearing a coronavirus mask cruise stared back at them dressed in a bright red jail jumpsuit showing no emotion Max schatzker spoke on his birthday his son was killed He told Cruz his birthday wish That just suffer a painful painful violent death I'm Ed Donahue

Nicholas Cruz Marjory Stoneman Douglas High Stacey Lapel Theresa Rabinowitz Florida Cruz Max Schatzker Ed Donahue
Ex-Michigan cop to face murder trial in killing of Black man

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 3 weeks ago

Ex-Michigan cop to face murder trial in killing of Black man

"A former Michigan police officer who fatally shot a black motorist in the head during a struggle will stand trial on a murder count A Grand Rapids judge Nicholas ayyub after viewing video of the traffic stop taken by a passenger says Probable cause has been presented Former officer Christopher shore who struggled with 26 year old Patrick Leo ya over controllable police taser shot the refugee from Congo while Leo was on the ground The officer says it was self defense The jury will decide A reasonable juror could find a lack of necessity for deadly force strictly for the purpose of preventing escape A forensic video analyst testified lya failed to comply with 20 commands Sure was fired in June after being charged with murder I'm Jackie Quinn

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Bodycam shows wounded Connecticut cop shoot ambush suspect

AP News Radio

01:01 min | Last month

Bodycam shows wounded Connecticut cop shoot ambush suspect

"Connecticut's office of the inspector general has released body cam or footage of the harrowing moments after a suspect was alleged to have opened fire in Bristol killing two officers Police in Bristol Connecticut believed 35 year old Nicholas brocher ambushed police officers Wednesday night Calling 9-1-1 and then meeting them outside More cars send over crystal Connecticut police officer Alex aio was shot in the leg The 26 year old patrol officer had his body camera running as he sought cover behind a tree The suspect fires more shots as Ari makes his way across a lawn and behind police cruiser The officer then fires a single fatal shot of the suspect striking him in the neck Suspect down Sergeant Dustin de Monte and officer Alex hamsey were killed by multiple gunshot wounds the suspect's brother Nathaniel was shot in both legs The state's inspector general released the footage as part of a preliminary report saying it appears the police involved shooting was justified I am Jennifer King

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CNN Analyst: Voters Care More About Food Prices Than Jan. 6 Committee

Mark Levin

01:34 min | Last month

CNN Analyst: Voters Care More About Food Prices Than Jan. 6 Committee

"In new CNN analysts fretted they had American voters might care more about the cost of their food than they do about the January 6th hearings This is Nicholas lanham Fox Building Thursday's consumer price index data which showed inflation reaching 8.2% September as well as the cost of living index at its highest in 40 years CNN Steven collinson I don't know who that punk is but CNN Stephen collinson noted polling has repeatedly reinforced that the economy is the top concern to voters heading into the midterm elections The diet included information about frozen potato products as well as pork products which have increased 10% in 5 and a half percent respectively While it would be too simplistic to say voters are more preoccupied with the cost of French fries than the price of democratic freedoms It wouldn't be far from the Mark collinson wrote Now this is a guy who's paid to give commentary and analysis at CNN I please I want you to understand something These people have nothing but contempt For a hardworking Americans I don't care what party you are Nothing but dripping contempt for you nothing The bend over backwards for murders rapists they'll bend over backwards for people on the doll We'll bend over backwards for illegal immigrants But hardworking Americans Blue collar middle class and they don't like you They despise you

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What Does the Alex Jones Verdict Say About Free Speech?

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:49 min | Last month

What Does the Alex Jones Verdict Say About Free Speech?

"What sort of a message does this send about free speech? Because Alex Jones was allowed to say what he said. He hasn't been charged with a crime. He hasn't been charged with murder he didn't pull that trigger. And the question is, are we heading down a very dangerous path when it comes to free speech in America? Here's my take on it. The people who should have punished Alex Jones are in fact his listeners and his readers. They're the ones who were duped, they're the ones who got sucked into all of this stuff. And yet they still support the guy, they still read his stuff. They listen to the shows they do whatever they're going to do. And that's how he's able to make his money. But I do look at how the media basically they're accusing him of perpetrating a lie. All right, that's it. In a nutshell, he perpetrated a lie. All right, well, why is it, why is Nicholas Sandman from coven to Catholic high school? Why isn't he getting a $1 billion settlement? Why is it Kyle rittenhouse, who the mainstream media lied about him? Where is his $1 billion settlement? What about president Trump? They've lied about the president over and over and over and over and over and over and over again. What about what about the $1 billion every time you've got people on CNN or MSD and C or any of the other channels? Knowingly perpetrating falsehoods. So all I'm saying is this opens up a Pandora's box. But ultimately, you know, we Alex Jones has to, he has to live his life. He has to go to bed at night. He's got to look at himself in the mirror. But I will say this, what was done to those parents was evil downright evil, and I wouldn't wish that on anybody. Could you

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Parkland jury foreman on sentencing: "It didn't go the way I would've liked"

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last month

Parkland jury foreman on sentencing: "It didn't go the way I would've liked"

"A jury spared Florida school shooter Nicholas Cruz from the death penalty The jury could not reach a unanimous decision to sentence Cruz to death instead its life without parole This should have been the death penalty a 100% Lori allada's daughter was one of the 17 killed at marjory Stoneman Douglas high school I sent my daughter to school and she was shot 8 times Cruz his hair unkempt largely sat hunched over and stared at the table as the jury's recommendations were read His lawyers claimed Cruz had a difficult upbringing

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Attorneys argue over school shooter's fate: death or prison

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last month

Attorneys argue over school shooter's fate: death or prison

"Closing arguments have been presented in the citizen trial of a Florida school shooter I Norman hall The jury has to decide if Nicholas Cruz will spend the rest of his life in prison or be put to death for the 2018 school shooting that killed 17 people at marjory Stoneman Douglas high on Valentine's Day In closing arguments both the prosecution and defense said the killings were horrific The prosecution says Cruz is a sociopath who hunted victims and returned to finish off some of the wounded Defense lawyer Melissa McNeil described crews as a broken brain damage and mentally ill young men Crews pleaded guilty a year ago to murdering 14 students and three staff members and wounding 17 others I Norman hall

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Venezuela releases 7 jailed Americans; US frees 2 prisoners

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last month

Venezuela releases 7 jailed Americans; US frees 2 prisoners

"There's been a prisoner swap between the United States and Venezuela Venezuela's government has freed 7 Americans in prison in the South American country in exchange for the release of two nephews of president Nicholas Maduro's wife who had been jailed for years by the U.S. on drug smuggling convictions This all according to a senior U.S. official the swap of the Americans is the largest trade of detained citizens that the Biden administration has ever carried out and it amounts to a rare gesture of goodwill by Maduro as he looks to rebuild relations with the U.S. and also follows months of secretive talks including repeated visits to Venezuela over the last year by Washington's top hostage negotiator I'm Shelley Adler

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Psychologist: School shooter suffered fetal alcohol damage

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 months ago

Psychologist: School shooter suffered fetal alcohol damage

"A psychologist in court says the marjory Stoneman Douglas high school shooter suffered fetal alcohol damage A neuropsychologist says Florida school shooter Nicholas Cruz suffered brain damage when his birth mother drank during pregnancy Paul Connor testified Monday that people with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder often have problems with hyperactivity outbursts motor control and socializing from a young age Teachers and friends have previously testified crews had all those problems while the 23 year old has pleaded guilty to murdering 17 students and staff members back in 2018 this trial is only to determine whether he sentenced to death or life without parole I'm Shelley Adler

Marjory Stoneman Douglas High Florida School Nicholas Cruz Paul Connor Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorde Shelley Adler
Nicholas Evans, ‘The Horse Whisperer’ Author, Dies at 72

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 3 months ago

Nicholas Evans, ‘The Horse Whisperer’ Author, Dies at 72

"Nicholas Evans who wrote the bestselling novel the horse whisperer has died after a heart attack last week according to his representatives Evans was 72 I'm argies are a letter with the latest Nicholas Evans was a British journalist screenwriter and TV documentary producer before he wrote his first novel the horse whisperer It came out in 1995 and sold more than 15 million copies Robert Redford and Scarlett Johansson starred in the 1998 movie Evans's other books include the loop the smoke jumper the divide and the brave

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Jurors to visit still bloodstained Parkland school building

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 4 months ago

Jurors to visit still bloodstained Parkland school building

"Jurors in the trial of Florida school shooter Nicholas Cruz are expected to visit the high school where the mass shooting happened The 12 jurors and tin alternates will be bused today to Parkland's marjory Stoneman Douglas high school where Nicholas Cruz killed 14 students and three staff members four years ago The building has been sealed and surrounded by a chain link fence and rooms inside the three story building are still blood spattered with bullet holes prosecutors are hoping to visit will help prove that the former stillman Douglas students actions were cold calculated heinous and cruel the 23 year old Cruz pleaded guilty in October to 17 counts of first degree murder This trial is only to decide whether he sentenced to death or life without parole I'm Donna water

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"nicholas what" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

The Astrology Podcast

06:09 min | 5 months ago

"nicholas what" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

"And you're listening to the astrology podcast. In this episode, I'm going to be talking about the astrology and the meaning of the zodiac sign Gemini with astrologer's Camille Michelle gray and Nicholas Poland Monaco. So welcome both of you to the show. Hi. Thanks for having me on. Thanks for joining me during Gemini season. So just to get the data down today is Tuesday, June 7th, 2022, starting at 1203 p.m. in Denver Colorado. This is the 356th episode of the show, and this is the third in my series of signs on the zodiac where we do a deep dive into the meaning of each of the signs and today I'm having both of you join me because each of you has Gemini prominent in your chart, Camille, you and I have been talking about doing this episode for a month now and what are your Gemini placements? Gemini rising and Mars and Gemini. Perfect. Do you mind if I show your chart? Absolutely. Okay, cool. Let me just put that up on the screen for those watching the video version, so you've got 24 Gemini rising. Mars at 0° of Gemini and mercury's over there in Capricorn at 12° of Capricorn. Perfect. And Nicholas, what about you? 20° Gemini sun. 9° mercury in Gemini and I have zero Venus and Gemini. I love that. So between the two of you, we've got pretty much almost all of the inner planets in the signs of Gemini. So that's a very good coverage I think for this episode in terms of your qualifications. Yes, I would think so, yeah. All right, so let me put up again for the video viewers are Gemini stats card that Paula bellamine designed for me, which shows the symbol for Gemini and Gemini comes from the Latin word, which comes from a Greek word, which just means the twins, because Gemini is the sign of the twins. It's in terms of the stats for Gemini. It's an odd sign in terms of odd versus even since it's the third sign. So it's said to be as a result of that a diurnal or masculine sign. It's said to be an air sign, so it's associated with the element of air when it comes to the four classical elements of Greek philosophy of earth air fire and water. It's a mutable sign in terms of the modalities of cardinal fixed and mutable because it falls at the end of the spring season in the northern hemisphere. And finally, it's said to be ruled by the planet mercury, and that's the primary planet that's associated with the sign of Gemini and so that's one of the primary things that inform some of the significations of Gemini are these four qualities of masculine airy mutable and ruled by mercury. It's also said to be the detriment of Jupiter, but we'll get into that a little bit more later. So I think those are the main stats and those are the main things that we usually focus on in these episodes in terms of understanding the archetypal qualities of the sign. And that's what we're going to go for is trying to shoot for understanding some of the higher level archetypes or umbrella concepts and then from there also getting into some of the some of the details. Yeah, so where Camille where shall we start or what's our usual starting point when you're trying to talk about the signs or explain them to people? Yeah, I like to just start with the most basic fundamental kind of attribute for the signs. And for Gemini, my starting point is awareness to be aware of one's environment to be curious about one's environment. And if you think about it, you know, coming after tourists, which came after Aries, we have this burst of life, then we have life that has kind of sustained and maintained through tourists. And then we have the introduction of Gemini, which then becomes aware about its environment, aware that there are other people sparking with awareness as well. And from that kind of base point, we get the kind of classic jumping off point to communication and talking and dealing with messages. I love that. That's perfect. So that ties in with something I talked about previously that I'm really fascinated by, which is the notion that each sign of the zodiac has some sort of corrective quality that almost counterbalances or contrasts with the sign that came before it. And one of the things that we talked about in the last episode on Taurus was that Taurus as a fixed earth sign has a very slow kind of plotting quality and one of the keywords I think for that episode was don't rush me. It was like a tourist keyword and Gemini is different though because the corrective quality for that is that things get quicker, things get faster and start moving at a much more brisk pace when it comes to Gemini as like one of the qualities, I think. It seems like right? Absolutely. I would agree. Yeah, that mutable air kind of like you can't see or catch where it's going and it can be halfway around the world in like a couple of seconds. Yeah. Yeah, it's almost like torus is don't rush me and Gemini was like, don't keep me in one place. The homemade now. Yeah, I have to be anywhere at any time at any instant. And on a whim, it seems, but in the contrast to tourists yeah. Right. So there's a quickness and that comes with mercury, mercury is the fastest visible moving planet when it comes to astrology and in terms of the planets, at least compared to the moon, which is sort of a planet in astrology, but is also a satellite, but besides the moon, mercury is the fastest, and it also of the planets changes direction and speeds the most frequently because it'll go retrograde three times a year, which is much more frequent than some of the other planets that go retrograde much more infrequently. So mercury is constantly as the moving planet of Gemini is constantly almost changing directions, changing its mind, trying different things..

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"nicholas what" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:49 min | 6 months ago

"nicholas what" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Stories Here's Bloomberg's in the end guys come on out Caroline good morning and thank you NATO members have rallied around Finland and Sweden after they announced plans to join the alliance gathering in Berlin over the weekend most NATO foreign ministers embraced the northern enlargement a process that needs a united front among the 30 allies Turkey however voice concerns about the two countries relations with Kurdish militants let's hear from Jens Stoltenberg the secretary general of NATO If there is supply this would be an historic moment Their membership in NATO would increase our shared security Demonstrate that NATO's door is open and that aggression does not pay Meanwhile Helsinki and Stockholm will deliver their formal applications at NATO's headquarters later this week and the Kremlin said Vladimir Putin has told his Finnish counterpart the move was a mistake because they are no threats to Finland's security Meanwhile Germany says it plans to stop importing Russian oil by the end of the year even if there isn't agreement on an EU wide ban Foreign ministers from the black arm meeting today to discuss the next round of sanctions This after EU diplomats floated a delay in the oil ban after objections from Hungary Closer to home Boris Johnson heads to Northern Ireland this morning as and is warning the UK government will press ahead with unilateral changes to parts of the Brexit agreement if the EU does not consider renegotiating parts of the treaty Bloomberg's UN Potts has the details The UK is unhappy at checks on its goods crossing the Irish sea North Island's main unionist party the DUP is dead against them It's refusing to take part in power sharing in Belfast leaving the region with no devolved administration It's against this tricky backdrop that the prime minister flies in for talks today He's written a newspaper piece warning of the necessity to act if the EU refuses to reform the North Island protocol in London I'm you and pots been big daybreak Europe And China's economy contracted in April with COVID lockdowns dragging the industrial and consumer sectors down Bloomberg's Brian Curtis has more Retail sales contracted 11.1% That was weaker than a projected drop of 6.6% Industrial output down 2.9% from a year ago and worse than an estimate of a modest gain The unemployment rate rose to 6.1% and that was higher than the forecast of 6% Now despite the slowdown China's Central Bank held back from cutting interest rates Brian Curtis Bloomberg daybreak Europe Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in 120 countries and Leigh Anne garon's this is Bloomberg Lizzie Okay thanks Leah Now let's dig deeper into that Nordic story Finland and Sweden are set to deliver their formal applications at NATO's headquarters in Brussels this week with block members rallying around the move marking another dramatic change in Europe's security architecture triggered by Russia's war in Ukraine for more We're joined by Stockholm's Bloomberg Nicholas ratner rolander Nicholas this is such a historic moment put into context for us just how monumental a change this is for Sweden and Finland Well for Sweden in particular it marks the end of 200 years of various forms of neutrality non alignment security policy that will end with this NATO accession and portfolio as well It's a huge historic shift since its membership in NATO since the organization's inception Mainly to maintain a working relationship with the Soviet Union and later Russia Yes I thought it was interesting I was watching magdalena Anderson the Swedish prime minister over the weekend sort of saying why that neutrality had sort of run its course why it now was no longer the best course of action for Sweden And how much would Sweden and Finland's membership of NATO actually kind of bolster NATO It would consider the bolster NATO's position in this part of the world especially in the Baltic Sea region where it would add territories that are crucial in the defense of especially on the defense of the Baltic states of Lithuania Latvia and Estonia And Finland also has an army with the huge reserves Sweden has a strong air force and a strong naval force that would add to NATO's capabilities And despite other NATO members being supportive of course turkey's voice concern over Sweden's relations with Kurdish militants the U.S.'s Anthony blinken though says he's very confident that allies will reach a consensus on the membership So Nicholas what will it take to get turkey onside Well there are efforts underway Sweden is sending a team of diplomats to anchor this week to talk about these issues The question is how far turkey will want to take this if there are some significant fundamental differences in the view on some Kurdish organizations active in Syria which turkey turkey gives those organizations as terrorist groups While in Western countries they are seen as in some cases as legitimate partners So we'll see how that plays out and how far turkey is willing to take this issue Okay so the kind of Turkish objections we'll see In terms of the next steps then in this process for Sweden and for Finland we're expecting the sort of former application in the coming days How long do we think it's going to take then for NATO perhaps to accept these two countries Yes the ratification process could be swift in some countries Many countries have already signaled that there are willing to do this very rapidly But as we've seen with turkey there may be hitches on other fronts so I think the general consensus is that it might take up to 12 months for all 30 countries to ratify the application And Sweden's social Democrats have their own conditions to this move What are their concerns Nuclear arms is probably the main concern So the social Democrats will advocate for a unilateral decision not to allow nuclear arms on Swedish territory Similar to what Denmark and Norway has where they have provisions that nuclear arms shouldn't be located on their territories in peacetime And also they don't want any permanent data basis in Sweden and peacetime Okay So those are the conditions for perhaps that will be attached Nicholas thank you so much for being with us That has been begs Nicholas rolander live for us in Stockholm On yes what is really.

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"nicholas what" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

07:13 min | 9 months ago

"nicholas what" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

"Segment. And of course, that means that it's our time to get all caught up with one another and what we've been doing. Between shows and Nicholas. What have you been up to since when did we record last week? It was earlier in the week, wasn't it? Saturday. That was. Okay, so it's just over a week. Yeah. A week and a day. Okay. And the answer to your question is I've been having COVID tests and then a quick visit to a hospital to have a host pipe stuck down my throat, which I didn't want to have jilly is going to need a new alleged operation. So I've been trying to take up or not give her lots of things to do like drive me to hospital, et cetera. So I did this endoscopy without any form of sedation. So I said I could drive home again and it's no drama. If you can stay relaxed, but it was damn uncomfortable. You've all seen the movie alien. I felt sure at one point he was going to stick this out through my chest. And excuse me. I'm quite enjoyed watching the pictures. But when we got to the bit that I started leaning as the moved in front of the TV screen so I could see round him, but he obviously didn't want me there, so he just took right in front of me. He didn't want me to look at it. I thought I spent me. But what did it look like? It was a little like pink. Yeah, it was pink and slimy. Just like you'd expect it to be. And having fasted and things so that you don't get anything in the way. He was basically looking to see how my hiatus hernia was getting on. And it's in hiatus, whatever that means. I don't know. It's a good thing. No, it's having a good time. Yes, it's fine. It's low grade and he wasn't worried about it. So that's great. So that's out of the way. And you know, I'm still got various follow-ups after my little heart problem that I'm still trying to knock on the head. But more importantly, the lovely wife is heading off to have our leg chopped off, not really. Although I was wondering if you could have their leg at the old leg. Yeah, sure, no probes. Yeah, just part of her leg, the need to be excess fair enough. Okay. Anyway, yeah. So I'm going to be a busy boy. Doing everything around the house that I am actually nobody do separately. I'll be doing it all for a few weeks. So there may be a slight hiccup in the production of plaintiffs because I've got to be a bit strapped to tell the truth. Yeah, we're expecting, we'll do a rerun. So we've got a couple. We'll just take the week off, whatever. We do have a small library. Maybe even an easy example. We'll see how it goes. And apart from that, you know, I'm feeling pretty good now. I've really cut down on my alcohol for some reason. I just don't feel like I want so much, so that's kind of got to be a good thing, isn't it? Yeah. Give your liver a chance to reach out. I'm currently drinking milk. How worrisome is that? Barry. Well, I'm drinking tonic water without any without any gin. Well, I've been cutting it all the acid out of my diet. Yeah, I would imagine that. That's probably helping the reflux, right? Not having exactly. Exactly. I mean, they take you off your preventative drugs beforehand. And of course, that makes you worse much worse. And at least I'm back on those now so that's good. The world of shrunken shirts of both yes. And yeah, the dogs aren't going to be very impressed either. Well, we do know somebody on the crew, Nick, that we can send on over there if you need some help with the ironing. Oh yes, of course. Do we have any updates from Rick? Okay. Hang on a second. We're trying to come in now. Here it comes. Here it is. Oh, there he is. Awesome. We see nice job. Rick showing us how to iron a white uniform shirt. Oh, he's trying to say something, hey, Rick, again, you need to do something with the microphone. We can't hear you. No. It doesn't work. And comb your hair. You look like a complete mess. Okay, that's enough. And that's why Rick isn't with us today. He's busy irony. That's right. Absolutely. Iron in here. But I did manage to get a plane turn up for this week, and you know, I quite enjoyed doing this one. So this works this was good. And quite apt to considering what's going on over in Ukraine today. Okay, very good. All right. Is that it? That's a lot. Actually. Okay. Let me see here. I think we do a show on Friday. Why did not, oh, we didn't do a show on Friday, Liz, because that was the last day, and basically the last leg of my three day trip. And all I had to do was just fly the airplane back from Lexington, Kentucky, to Atlanta. And I was. I think I can do that. I think I had something to do with Greg Peterson. I'm not sure how, because I didn't see him, but I am thinking he must have done something to my airplane to cause it to be on the ground for a little bit longer than we had anticipated. And just basically had an issue with kind of a fume event, basically from the air conditioning packs and we kind of finally narrowed the problem down to a leaking leaking oil from the APU that somehow got the oil got sucked into the filter bags on the air conditioning packs, which I don't understand how that happened because the air conditioning packs are like above them. Quite a ways above them. So I don't know. By that point, I had already been extracted from the situation because our crew tracking folks were looking at so basically when I smelled the smell going on with the packs and then I thought, well, maybe just a little bit warm or something. But then when Kurt, my first officer came back up, he says, and he closes the cockpit door and says, Jeff, I need to show you something I want uh oh. Kurt's very,.

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"nicholas what" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

06:44 min | 11 months ago

"nicholas what" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"And poor countries, labeled the great divergence, the International Monetary Fund says this disparity threatens to reverse years of economic progress. The pandemic is also hurting the youngest generations with millions of children having missed a central vaccinations because of lockdowns. Nicholas barrio is the journal's correspondent for Uganda and Africa's Great Lakes region and he joins us now. Nicholas welcome. Thanks for being with us. You'll come. First off, could you paint us a picture of the COVID-19 vaccine uptake across Africa right now? So in Africa statistics really show that the uptake is quite low according to data from the WHO. We have around 8 billion doses so far are given out of COVID-19 vaccines. And only 30% of these have been administered in Africa. And then in terms of vaccinations that are on 8% of Africans are fully vaccinated, this is a really far cry compared to more than 60% in high income countries. Is that leading to frustration that wealthier countries may be hoarding vaccines rolling out third and fourth shots when many people haven't received a single dose at all? Well, yes, this is quite frustrating. In DRS, you have your country, which is the third largest in terms of population in Africa, where less than 1% of the population is vaccinated. So this is a rather frustrating because you have a fewer and fewer bruises coming in two different arms in Africa while the west is actually rolling out balls to do this. So it's quite frustrating. Overall, Nicholas, what does this mean for development and growth on the continent? How detrimental has this pandemic been? So the impact has been enormous because you had many economies contracting for the first time in three decades across the continent. And in particular, the most affected sector here is countries depending on twice for the bulk of their earnings. Particularly, when you look at countries like, again, Ethiopia, Nigeria, Senegal, that really depend so much on tourism, have less than 15% of their population vaccinated. Your most recent reporting for the journal looks at how the pandemic is particularly disrupting childhood vaccination campaigns and the consequences of that disruption. What did you discover? We did discover that the world registered the highest number of children who missed routine vaccinations since 2009. In the course of our reporting, we did discover that this is down to the fact that because of the pandemic, many countries in Africa closed down transportation, some hospitals goes down a lot of children ended up missing this routine vaccinations. And what threat does that pose to children? I think many people in our audience and frankly myself included may not be aware of the risk of measles and some of these other diseases that are targeted by these childhood vaccination campaigns. So this creates a stress I have a lot of kids that are not immune to measles. So this creates a situation whereby you have a thread of outbreaks because you have kids that are in a community that are in towns that are in villages that have not been vaccinated against this like measles, which is is it a preventable? Just how severe of a reversal of the public health gains that have been made in recent years is this. This is quite a big reversal because in a content like Africa which tradition lags behind other regions in terms of vaccinations, you have fewer people getting vaccinated. Some public facilities, of course, don't as a result of this. So in terms of other diseases, there has also been a spike in death from tuberculosis, like malaria, and even HIV. But the impact on the health system is quite enormous. Just to be clear, Nicholas is the problem that you're seeing in your reporting, for instance, that health clinics can not run simultaneously both a COVID-19, vaccination campaign and a childhood vaccination campaign. Yes, that's part of the problem. And then also you have these health facilities using the same for instance what is so what does that prevent a set to vaccinate children have now been repurposed into vaccination words for COVID-19? So they have nowhere to conduct routine vaccinations for children. Yeah, and it is scary to think about what happens if these vaccine campaigns for kids aren't restarted quickly. I think writing this off as just a missed year for kids really misses the point that the health of a country's children is in so many ways an indicator of its long-term future prosperity is it not? It becomes hard to catch up with this lost years. So you have a lost year in 2020, 2021. Now the fears that with the more variance coming, these children will miss more years, which is quite a big problem going forward. The threat to this mist vaccinations comes from the fact that most of these affected come from congested places, presses that, for instance, you have cities that are overpopulated. You have places that are pruned conflicts like South Sudan, like Somalia, like the Central African Republic. This areas do provide Fatah transmission ground for outbreaks. So in this case, it adds another layer of thread, not only is this a missed opportunity to vaccinate children, but the children that are vulnerable are in areas that once outbreaks strike, they will live the static effect. Nicholas barrio is The Wall Street Journal correspondent for Uganda and Africa's Great Lakes region, Nicholas, thank you so much for the time. Hey, welcome. And finally, Americans can now order COVID-19 at home rapid tests for free from a new government website. 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"nicholas what" Discussed on Now Try This

Now Try This

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"nicholas what" Discussed on Now Try This

"You have a let's go. Oh my spoils one two three four five seven eight. Oh okay all right. You're gonna get yours. And i'm gonna put my bet in my hand getting guest mine. Okay okay got one on. What is your answer nicholas. What will not. It's odds it's odds it's odds it's odds it is even because i put all eight points in my hand. Yeah let's go one. Okay you have one word is. I'm gonna have to say odd. If you actually have one left yes art or good thing that we away put nothing. I'm just gonna go. Wow.

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"nicholas what" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"nicholas what" Discussed on Native America Calling

"The homes are deliberately small encourage people to not just isolate themselves seclude but get out into the community how both that community and then they are the various styles of community living so in our case. We've got city all of these small homes as you had said hundred twenty square feet basically a bedroom but that's the private space and then the intermediary spaces the porch that's attached to each of these homes and then all the other amenities are communal. And it's basically that intervention of line for a group of folks to really start building a new community when they've lost they street community. They've got something else to replace that with. I think that is one of the key interventions of this model and thank you for sharing that We have Someone who is on the phone line with us right now. We have a caller from the lemme nation. Nicholas what i understand is Welcome to the program and what anderson. There's a tiny home of village there. And the lemme nation go. nicholas your. Hey thank you for taking the time to let me speak a little bit Nicholas louis my council member for elimination are tribe. Five thousand people occur in washington. I also am the chairman of the northwest portland area. Health board vice chairman on the national indian health board and To take a moment and appreciate the conversation when we're talking about homelessness and Using tiny homes as option to help. But we have a small nonprofit called lemme stepping-stones. We've been running a volunteer nonprofit over the last about five years now and we started off with two homes. That are kind of community. Living so to speak in native culture intergenerational living was common practice and trying to kinda utilize community living go back to that and what we started to see overtime community living doesn't suit everybody's needs other way the way that we had hoped so we started with a goal of developing a tiny home village and it started off just as dream From some of our community members and fast forward today We've raised three six million dollars. We just hired architects to design the tiny home village. The tribe did purchase a older. Rv park that we are converting to the tiny home village. And what we are going to be doing is the homes will be varying sizes. I think the one the first one that we built is about three hundred square feet This next one is going to be a little bit smaller But the idea is that it'll be able to accommodate single people to small families and we have an mou with our behavioral health 'cause when we talk about addressing homelessness it's not just a house that will solve the problem it's bringing services to them and one of the things that we believe in is not making people go to services. People are struggling just to find a place to live there. They're going to have a struggle trying to get to services that's not their first priority is to go to medical care so we have an emo with our behavioral health department in our health things that we can provide onsite healthcare. Needs i in the village. And so that's kind of the model that we're we're working on. I in the nonprofit that we've we're that i mentioned let me stepping stones in the five years we have seen is about fifty percents that italy have been children under the age of seventeen have called our home their home and A holdout thought nicklaus same. We have to go to break here in and we'll come back to this conversation. You're listening to native america calling today we're talking about Helping unsheltered relatives and looking at ideas and finding solutions.

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"nicholas what" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"nicholas what" Discussed on Native America Calling

"Homeless. Oh org That gives a lot more detail and shows about what's going on around the country With folks who are who have been in the battle for awhile. I'm thank you for sharing that. And we'll make sure to get that information out as well and Also one of the things that Is here in albuquerque. That i mentioned the beginning is looking at transitional housing and the tiny homes what are tiny homes for one thing the whole structure and not just the actual home. But it's in the whole site and this happens throughout the country. The the whole site is both on nurturing community so the homes are deliberately small to encourage people to not just. I relate themselves seclude but get out into the community how both that community and then they are the various styles of community living son. Our case we've got city of these small homes as you had said hundred twenty square feet basically a bedroom but that's the private space and then the intermediary space is the porch. That's attached to each of these homes and then all the other amenities are communal. And it's basically that intervention of a line for a group of folks to really start building a new community when they've lost they street community. They've got something else to replace that with. I think that is one of the key interventions of this model and thank you for sharing that We have Someone who is on the phone line with us right now. We have a caller from the lemme nation nicholas What i understand is Welcome to the program in what anderson is. There's a tiny home village. There and the lemme nation go nicholas. Yeah hey thank you for taking the time to let me speak a little bit An nicholas louis. My council member or elimination Our tried five thousand people here in washington state. I also am the chairman of the northwest portland. Aaron and health board and the vice chairman on the national indian health board and Twenty take a moment and appreciate the conversation when we're talking about homelessness and using tiny homes as option to help but we have a small nonprofit called lemme stepping-stones. We've been running a volunteer nonprofit over the last five years now and we started off with two homes that are kind of community. Living so to speak in native culture intergenerational living was coming practice and trying to kinda utilize community living to go back to that and what we started to see was overtime community. living doesn't suit..

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"nicholas what" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"nicholas what" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"Rod and karen just wanted to write in and say i'm so so so happy that jolla back on apple podcast and i can listen when driving again driving the mess of los angeles. Just isn't the same without you. Thank you be safe out there on the topic of calling your elected official. My experiences has been that they do work with the right officials. Sometimes them's called them. Calls to the democrat caused. A republican officials are pretty much. Waste time out. I know i've bigot. Like is not that it's impossible. It's just the. Mr smith goes to washington shit. These funds we saying is no wait at works. We need a car. And i'm like that nigga is never coming around. We got from another way especially when it's from people that typically don't believe in voting shit because now you passing around pretension tint petition. Tell me to fucking call somebody. But you wouldn't take your house the vote nigga what we speaking the same rate. Which were you talking about. One of these is way. More effective ewing worry about a phone call. You elect the right mouse. Lucky you like. I don't know how e-voting yummy we got one in north carolina governor like. I'll be worried about him. Oh you know what i mean. He's going to get some shit done if people had put them a republicans in the house and the senate. We actually shitting north carolina. Yeah some you ain't gotta worry about. Let's put it this way. If you calling him. I hope you also get out to vote. I hope you're not just doing a. I really hope you you either. If you can do only one vote if you're gonna column and if you're gonna call them better be calling them vote and don't be shitting on voting and the entire mama cowardice. Nicholas what face. No amount of calls are gonna make lindsey graham mitch. Mcconnell be anything less than complete shit today are because your own do work a lot of the time if you're officials in somewhere purple district doesn't already have a strong position on the issue and doesn't have a ducey ego driven personality. Cough cough mentioned the cinema calls absolutely helped push. I elected officials to the left and help keep them from getting kofi..

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"nicholas what" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

Behind the Steel Curtain

07:00 min | 1 year ago

"nicholas what" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

"But yeah. I mean it's kind of vague that's exciting. That's that's like coach tomlin one. Oh one right there. Well he doesn't have to say anything about injuries deger specific as he wants. Yeah maybe it was just me that. I thought that that was interesting. That it wasn't say none. I mean you would imply that. He was talking about an injury but he doesn't really say it's interesting balaj ballots. Whatever you wanna call. I think i have him on the list. Because i think he's going to be something to watch. He's yeah everyone's been talking about him since mandatory minicamp. Let's go to defense brian. He got on defense to watch buddy. Johnson i wanna see what this guy has right. Yeah absolutely i mean he. He'll probably play the entire second half so you'll see a lot. I want to see him too. That's a given. What about you dave defender. Can i give you two well. We're gonna go around again but you can cut say too. I said this on the scarborough show. This is what i want to see. I want to see cam sutton. And james pierre as the to outside corners. Both of them out there at the same time to get more of a sample size. And then i'd like to see him. Switzerland's that's what. I'd like to see see them each work each side to of that of of just seeing what you have in your in your starting who could be starting outside corner because why not. I mean if you're saying they're both going for the for the same position doesn't mean that you have to leave one of them on the on the bench while the other ones out there because you wanna both in that same side of the field. I'd like to see both out there at the same time and just kind of see how things work. So that's why like to look at now. I had james my list for sure and someone that i wanna see. But i don't know. Did he practice. The antoine brooks junior practice today. Dave i did not have him as if someone not practicing that i can remember. I'd have to double check here. He's one that if he's playing. I really want to see what he can do because he deb. That hit me like a ton of bricks. When i found out that he was getting the first shot at mike hilton his job. In the nicholas. What antoine brooks junior reportedly. He's lost weight he's improved. His athlete is his speed his agility. He's a lot lighter I wanna see what antoine junior do people forget. This guy didn't even make the team last season at a camp. He was cut signed to the practice. Squad promoted unstuck. So i'm gonna say anton books junior brian. Do you have anyone else on the defense side. The football you're looking forward to seeing quincy rochet hugh from the year. I wanna see this guy. I think he's a dynamic. Pass rusher and i think he's the kind of guy that could have multiple sacks in the preseason. I mean granted. He might be he might be the yuji three with just a lot of action because you three had a lot of a lot of sacks and a lot of tackles that year but he was laying a good bit of the two thousand nineteen preseason. I would think hugh gets a lot of actions. Well has anyone heard. I did say that bob route liberal pumped up cue from the you a little bit in a post practice pros camp video. I have not heard a thing about him. Otherwise anyone anything. Because they're all focused on ingram and highsmith remind get it. I've heard more about Who's the guy that ah jones jamir jamir and i have quincy rochet. It's just weird. That's all i'm sentences. Weird latinos picks. You wonder if the steelers are trying to not make him be noticed as much. Because you know you've got to remember this is the preseason goes on some of these guys at the steelers think are but they don't think they have room for they might wanna not highlight so much in order to get them on the practice would see i look at it. See my conspiracy theorist mind goes the other way i see bob lab arreola as a steelers employees like we drafted this kid. Someone's got to say something good for us. We're going to look like a bunch of idiots of likely iowa. Go ahead dave's did you have another one. I mean i said to before. I could save more honestly. I would like to see you know. I think miles gilbert is gonna get to play an awful lot of strong safety. He's been getting a lot of work with the ones because we found out yesterday that we know before the throw. Edmunds had had surgery obstacle. I am so we know that now that that's why kill has been getting a lot there and which is interesting because i don't know if he's a guy that they even considered for that slot position but because he's playing in place of edmonds. He hasn't had the chance yet if you know what i mean. It's really interesting. Because you brought that up about brooks. It sounds like i wonder if they're not. They might not even want to run the same player in the slot all the time. Because are they wanting to do use the slot as a mike hilton type slots or they actually wanted to use the slot as more of a coverage slot not more like a slot backer as some people have said. I mean if you want someone that's more that's more like a linebacker can blitz help with the run and can can take the short acting routes that makes sense that that they would look for. Someone like antoine brooks junior. But i just want to have an idea of who was. You could possibly see their well. That's one of the person on my list. Is arthur let of like the forgotten free agent acquisition. No one talks about arthur maleta. I i kind of really started to enjoy what he brings to the table at least on paper on film on jeffrey benedict did is film room breakdown when they signed him. What is arthur millette. Bring to the steelers defense. You can google that and you'll see his article look it up. He breaks down the film when he was with the new york jets. He could play the slot. He can play safety very versatile. And i heard mega fitzpatrick talking about in the other day after practice saying that they meaning brooks and millette are two different completely different players that bring completely different components to depositions. Dave i agree with you. I wouldn't be shocked if they have. I guess you wanna call the big nickel and a small nickel where this sly defenders do. Different things do different things. Okay all right very good any anyone else that we haven't mentioned that you're looking for scenes. I don't know some someone from peter gallery. I was trying to find the mute. Can and we're back to control your kids brian. All right anyone else. You're excited to see play on thursday. Could be offense defense yoohoo. I'm going to say go ahead. No just go. And i'm special teams. Let him go. Yeah.

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"nicholas what" Discussed on The WDW Radio Show - Your Walt Disney World Information Station

The WDW Radio Show - Your Walt Disney World Information Station

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"nicholas what" Discussed on The WDW Radio Show - Your Walt Disney World Information Station

"At like it it's mind-blowing it's amazing but the amount of easter eggs in that room like you're going to have to stand in a different spot every time you go in in order just a quarter of that like there are so many and you have to like next time. You should bring binoculars so you can actually like looking into all the little nooks and crannies where everything is which i thought i really appreciate that And oh my goodness. Oh something that i really liked. Oh i don't know if. I should save it now at. You're saying i really liked it. So i'm gonna say When as soon as you walk in you see the giant web building and this beautiful art graffiti colorful explosion of beauty. And you're like gosh so cool spider bots adorable photo-op lubbock and then in the corner. You see a little signature. And i'm walking by. I'm like oh that's cute. They used a little local artist and they signed it. That's so nice and then you were like. That's miles morales which i thought was really not a local artist but like better because it was. I thought that was really cool. Okay that's it. Cool very very cool and then put a smile on my face nicholas. What about you all right. So i think my favorite easter egg but like this is multiple extracts. Wait save it for the top ten. Because maybe i'll put by okay. I must say so for web. They brought together this team to make the web slinger vehicle. Which is the ride vehicle that you ride in in web and some of the characters. They're like you look at them. Like oh they're just random people that they brought in for this. that's cool. Do a little bit more digging and if you know your comics you will look at those names and you will know exactly who some of them are. And i wanna say who they are but if you aren't going to do another show i think i'll just say another show and i promised to have you on it. How's that done deal. And i will say that is and i hate to sort of tease. But a part of the fun of the teas. That easter egg is so cool Yeah it's there are many strikes just in the team alone just in that little team. Deanna becky and these would have easter eggs or sort of cool detail that you saw that popped out for you. So one of the coolest things was when you did when you walked in.

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"nicholas what" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

07:50 min | 1 year ago

"nicholas what" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Weekend to you, and we're glad to have you longer least for part of the weekend with us. And we always look at the emails that come into the inbox this time during the show, and it's a good idea. If you have something that's bothering you, and you can't get around to calling during the daytime or calling during the show. Send an email send it any time and Nicholas and Eric very good at getting right back to you with the answer to your question and possible problem you're having. And Nicholas, What do you have in the inbox? For starters this week first question from Santilli, Virginia. I had a dogwood and over about 7 to 10 days. All the leaves turn Brown. Now I have a second dog. Would that all the leaves are turning Brown? Is there anything I can do to say this? Under turning brown ordered, Get a brown covered over there like a fungus. Because I think that's the same person that sent these pictures. And it is more like there is a fungus on the leaves. Take a spray him with copper finger site or infused. I appreciated completely turn Brown as shiver up. Then there's something wrong with the root system habit. I think the picture is probably the same person that sent me the picture. He got fungus on the leaves. Show this spraying with a copper fungicide or infused, Eric. They're different varieties of dogwoods, right? No, I like the the dog was over here They all grow into full sun. I like down south, but it gets warmer, although now here gets hot all of all the time, too. They've got a lot of times the wild dog was and the ads of the roots. And that they should be able to go in full sun. She there is bomb that's called the Kousa dogwood. That can that blooms a lot later in the record dog good. And that's going to handle a lot more heat that does nothing either, Like any shade at all. The regular white. The dog would ping Dog good, especially the white bomb that can handle quite a bit of shaped. Also only in the sun. They get a lot Fuller and the Bloom Bello. And a lot of times to when people when you have a root issue you have to watch out for if you've used weed and feed or weed killers, if the trees in your lawn a lot of times also we where you can tell if it was a weed killer that was used to close Sometimes the level like a small section will have, like odd shaped leaves or like you'll see just one section of the tree will get kind of messed up first. If it's just a normal, not evergreen, but a normal deciduous tree. You'll see a kind of one section gets sick first, and a lot of times you'll see like little shriveled, weird shaped leaves also, and that's usually a sign that we killer or weed and feed was used near. If they get the weed killer. Close to the tree. They get the tips of the branches that leaves this curl up. There's always a sign that you got grief killer too close to the tree. Or under a tree. It always starts on the tip of the branches that there is no start on the bottom only on the the new Grover's affected thirst if used with colour. Next question. I received a candle lily in a small pot for Easter. It was doing well. I transplanted it outside. Have a small lily garden Easter lilies on the east side of my house. I don't know much about the candle Lily and how to grow and care for it. I thought that the plant would die, but it still looks pretty good. Any tips? Yeah. The lily when your plan may take him out of departure planning, maybe about an inch deeper the water. We're in the part and you can feed them is a little bit of God and trust. And then next year, they will bloom in the summer time instead of early in the spring. I could once you bought your buy in the springtime there is forced in bloom. They started in the greenhouse. Larry Pointer already. And it's like a blue early in the spring. But like if you just put them in the ground, then they start blooming in June, June July Next question. I have kickstart and I'm meant to use it now. After my May application of church trust, But I forgot to would it be of any value for me to apply it now? Or should I wait until August Like your calendar showing? Is there any harm if I do it now and in August? Now you can use the kick starts as many times as you want. And if you just put that turf trees down a month ago, it doesn't make no difference. Of course, there is slowly released fertilizer. There's still fertilizer laying on the law. Now they're feeding the lawn. The kickstart will make the fertilizer more efficient. And it also promotes more root growth shod Especially now before the summer. And grass is going to be under stress. It's a good time to use the case start. Reston, Virginia. I goofed. I forgot to check my cherry lawyer laurels in May for white scale and I just noticed it Today I sprayed with bone. I'd systemic ins that control when should I spray it again? Also, I have a little gun shot hole disease. When would I use liquid cop for it? But a gunshot holes you can use either liquid Cup all you can use infused And do that as soon as possible. Now the scale he sprayed at one time, and about a month later, I was Jewish, the systemic insect control again, just to be sure that everything is dead. And then you should be in good shape. And if they look real bad, then you can give me even a little more plant. Trust it. There's a lot more new growth out of him. Next question, Oakton this year we have a boat load of little oak trees growing all over the woods behind our house. We don't want any new trees there. Is there any suggestions other than weed, whacking them down to prevent them from maturing If you used as the regular we feel about you is on the lawn. They'll kill this little oak. These two But not if it's in the lawn. If you cut them with the mower down two or three times standards, lt's will give up. But it was just an open areas where you don't want any tree if they usually the cleanup, or we be the ultra, and that will kill him. Booey, Maryland I purchased the Holly Hock. The bottom leaves are not on the stem. Can I plant the Holly Hawk deep in the ground? Almost like a tomato plant. You know how they cut the lower leaves off the tomato plant, plant it deep, and then the roots will start to grow. From that point where the leaves were No, You can only do that. But the tomato don't do it for the hollyhocks. As you plant those the same level of what award in the parts do not stick them any deeper aggregate stand. They started nothing. Then it's not going to make roots. Understand. Next question. Lorton, Virginia Milan is doing rather well, thanks to you all's help. I have a question. I may be away for about 10 days at the end of July in the first week of August, I do have a sprinkler system. Often like to turn turn it off when I'm away, but I can arrange for friends or neighbors to come out. And connected or disconnected. My question is, can my long get away without watering for the 10 days? If it's very hot, that time of year? One time I've tried it in July and came home to a lot of crabgrass and dead grass. I'm not sure. But normally I do water every 3 to 4 days..

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"nicholas what" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"nicholas what" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"I mean, and Jack Eichel's healthy is one of the best players marrying shell hands down. He is a great player, and that's the thing that we, you know, kind of forget when a guy is out of sight out of mind for a while, and obviously, with the injury situation being what it is, you know that's not ideal in terms of getting full value, But I still think that all these other teams are going to be bidding against each other. That's usually the best way to get the leverage is that you know you have a lot of people that want to and I think there are plenty of teams that do and would be interested in finding out more about the health situation in order to make sure that they're making the soundest and dressed They can. That is Chris Peters from hockey sent to his arm was show up at the Bulldog earlier this week. We will talk about Vegas in a moment and possibilities with the Golden Knights If Jack Eichel is indeed traded on the Let's get connected with our fans brought you by Bon Shannon and King Full service Buffel law firm on the Discussion about what you'd like to hear from Adams and or Granado at 11 o'clock this morning, Robbie tweeted in that they're keeping Jack regardless of his desire to get traded because they have no obligation to trade him. Johnny Tweeted in Joni. Johnny J O N Y Sorry, Uh, on our discussion heard us talking about Bobby Bunny a day. Getting paid by the Mets again today. Today is also he reminded me are Yeah, I forgot about this. It's Rick dp Etro Day, which we just don't honor. Apparently, DiPietro is still getting paid by the Islanders. $1.5 million every July 1st. Through the 28 29 season. So up to July, 1st 2029. He gets a check from the Islanders. Thanks for that. Jack Eichel. We're continuing our discussions going around the league talking about possible teams in a Jack Eichel trade. Would they be interested? Who are the top prospects? What could possibly happen shortly after Vegas got eliminated, They were thrown into the rumor mill. Uh, as a team that might be interested in upgrading their top center spot and adding Jack Eichel. Let's find out more about that. We are going to the West or hotline, and we're going to be joined by Justin Emerson, who covers the Golden Knights for the Las Vegas Sun. Just in from Vegas perspective. Would they be interested in Jack Eichel? Let's go from there. I think they definitely be interested. It's going to come down to what the cost is going to be and and basically how much it's going to cost the Golden Knights. You look at their history. They've never been afraid to go out and get that Star player after the first year with Max Patch already that trade deadline, they got Mark Stone. Then it was Robin Leonard. Then it was out the trans alone. So you look at that. That's two wingers, the defenseman and a goalie. So it seems like they're missing that Star Center to go good and Is looking at the way that the Golden Knights have done business since they have operated. I wouldn't be surprised at all if they were if they were making calls for Jack. I go right now. Having said that, Justin, I was curious the pursuit of the pursuit of big name guys and moves like that. Does that come from the very top? Is that Bill Foley? Is he And is he someone who would look at this and tell us GM? Hey, Iculs available. Let's go get this kid. I think it's a combination of ownership in Bill Foley, who is willing to spend he's never been afraid to say Okay, we're going to be a cap team that first year we're going to do everything that we can to bring a cup to Las Vegas as soon as possible. And then they put in Ju two guys at the top. George McPhee, the president of hockey operations, and Kelly McCrimmon, the general manager, who are who are just naturally aggressive in their moves. They did that at the at the expansion draft. They were You know, they wheeled and dealed a little bit before they ever even had a team And then they they went out, and they identified players that they wanted to bring to the Golden Knights and and went out and got him. Whether the captain was an issue or not. They've always seemed to make it work, so I think it's a combination thereof, the owner of the front office of just kind of that that culture they're trying to establish Vegas have established for four years. Now. I'm doing whatever it takes to win hot here. When you when you look at their depth chart right now, how are they? How do they stack up at center? And are they are they in desperate need of adding a guy like Eichel, who I assume would go right to the top of the list. Well, that's that's what makes Vegas connection to Jack Eichel. Interesting is that center is the one position you can look at them and go. You know what they need an upgrade them. They have William Karlsson. He's probably the best center on the game he plays on the second line. Chandler Stephenson, their top line centre, which he doesn't necessarily seem like a top line centre. But this has come to Vegas. He's been in perfectly on that top line with Max Patch ready and Mark Stone. So he has complemented the two star wingers perfectly and has been exactly what they need. But after that centered epistle is better depth is fine. They have Nicholas. What? How much notice of free agent keeping Cola? Sorry. These guys are good, but they're bottom six centers, their role players and, uh, you look at it and you can go. You know what a start Star center would fit in on? This seemed pretty good. And Chairman Stevenson got hurt in the playoffs. You can. You can see how badly center depth personal tonight so Yeah centers the position that they need the most. If they were going to go and make a big boat, Justin, do you think you know They've had obviously a lot of success in such a short time, including a berth in the Cup final. Just lost in the conference finals with what you were talking about at center. That particular position would they view an acquisition of Eichel as the quote unquote final piece to the cup puzzle? I think they might. I think they might have been. They've come close to this kind of this final piece is kind of in the interesting part because it was Mark Stone kind of kind of started things like, okay. Wow. This game is serious. They're going to go out and get Mark Stone. They're going to give him $9.5 million and then it was Robin Lehner, despite them, having Marc Andre Fleury, and then it was Alex Pietrangelo, despite them, having gauge Schmidt. They've always found ways to upgrade wherever they can. But, I mean, you hear the adage so often that star centers of the most important thing in hockey, and that's the one thing that they They don't have. William Karlsson was spectacular. That first season, he scored 43 goals hasn't come close to replicating that sense. So I think if you are looking at puzzle pieces you can kind of you can kind of see him falling in place and see where Jack Eichel fits on the Golden Knights. And if you were to come to the team, I I'm not sure that you can really point. Anywhere on the team and say, Yeah, that's the weak spot. I think he would..

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"nicholas what" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

06:17 min | 1 year ago

"nicholas what" Discussed on WJR 760

"More encouraged. With the idea that Mark cackle is is at least optimistic that something positive will be happening for Selfridge. Because you see here is the issue that I have with. This is you Look back in 2000 and 17. They lose out to a place in in Alabama. They lose out to a place in Madison, Wisconsin. Um And then when you when you take another l Like this, and it loses to Arkansas. You just wonder what the reputation you just don't want it to become a place where it You know you you You can't cross the finish line first. It always comes in second place or what? And then that's that's could be problematic. But Mark hackles, confident that that it's not like Selfridges going away. It's in fact, it's an incredibly attractive destination for You know, for the air Force for our military. It's incredibly important so I'm I'm optimistic to hear that. Then I'm happy to hear that, Despite you know, the the You know the disappointment here, But I'm glad to hear that. 808 590957 So feel free to talk about Selfridge. We got that for you. We got Elizabeth Hotel, testifying to the oversight committee in the House and Lansing. She says the covid numbers in nursing homes are accurate. Steve Daily over at the Mackinaw Center. Not so much and he's one of many that that aren't buying these numbers. Uh, so that's there for you to weigh in on two. I know we got some text, Nicholas what he got on that. This is from Mike and LaPierre Selfridge Air Force Base. You have to look at the money trail to see what actually happened. It's just the way it is in government. I believe I think that, you know, I think that there's some truth to that. I got no proof of it again. I got no proof of it. But in my gut is that kind of where I feel that this is Yeah. Maybe. I don't think you're too wrong there. Someone is wondering if they get bet using Fanduel on you and Guy Gordon on the golf tour next week. Oh, God. Here, let me let me give you a little bit of inside advice. Don't ever bet on me and golf. I don't. But I don't like to bet on the golf course because I because I don't like to bet in things that I really have no chance in winning. That's my modus operandi, At least on Fanduel. I got a shot like I I can. I can use some logic here. My golf game is not a place where I'm going to put money And maybe guy put a little dough on guy. No. Unfortunately, we are not eligible fan, though This is from Todd in Washington. I don't trust the governor or anyone in her administration. It's like a criminal enterprise. The two sets of books One number used to justify locking down the state. The other set is used to show there was no criminal negative. There was no criminal negligence and her nursing home policy. Yeah. I mean, I think we need to pump the brakes on on. You know that the first part of that being a criminal enterprise. I don't I mean, that's excessive, but with that being said, I think we need to. I think we need I think we are at least old. Real numbers. If that's the case, and if these are the real numbers than great, let's get to the bottom of it. But if there's if there's a shroud or or or cloud of of, you know if there's any sort of gray over this, I think we need to clear it out. I don't think there's any problem with that. One person says, Are we going to investigate how many people died of Covid 19 following the president's example of not wearing a mask? Mhm. Um, I don't. I don't know how that applies here. I mean, Anthony Fauci initially said You didn't need to wear a mask. Things change. I don't I don't know. I I don't I don't Did you not wear a mask? Or where a mask because Donald Trump didn't for quite a while. I don't take my to me. I don't I don't listen to, uh What? Uh, somebody who has no medical experience would have to say about a mask. I mean, that's just not how I operate. So if you do, that's your deal, but I I don't. That's not where I would take my medical advice from This is from Mike and McComb, referring to your collar of the to the government governor's executive orders if the number of deaths were two or three times reported that will reflect upon the governor's leadership. Absolutely absolutely. And again coming from a governor who says she wants to be the most transparent governor our state has ever had. I don't. I don't see if that's your claim, but that's what you want to be if you want to be. All about transparency. I don't know how you could Oppose any of this. This to me is very simple. If these numbers are right, then you get to, uh, you know you get to you get to do, uh, you know, a touchdown dance on, folks. If you if you if you don't. If these numbers are wrong, well, then we get to call you out on it. It's that simple. 805 90957. Thanks, Nick. Let's go to, uh Let's go to Charlene and Troy. What's up, Charlie? Hi. Um, I just wanted to talk about, uh, this inflation that they're proposing and the fact that these banks like the Fed, well, they're not proposing inflation. Inflation will just be, uh, a cause and effect of spending. Two more money than we've got. $6 Trillion they're talking about is ridiculous. But what's interesting is I've read this before, and I was just reading it again. That brought it to mine. In that book, The creature from Jekyll Island by G. Edward Griffin, which is on the founding of the Federal Reserve. Is that here? The American taxpayer is on the hook for any bad loans. The International Monetary Fund makes or a lot of these banks, and I'm saying Wait a minute. Why are the taxpayers on the hook? If the banks make bad loans, eat, eat the loss yourself. Why are we guaranteeing these these loans?.

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"nicholas what" Discussed on Leaguecast: The Unofficial League of Legends Podcast

Leaguecast: The Unofficial League of Legends Podcast

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"nicholas what" Discussed on Leaguecast: The Unofficial League of Legends Podcast

"It's i haven't played nearly as much league since i've been working right like And there's also getting back versus. Miming is a huge thing. Right where it's like. If i am end the season defor and i want to get back to four. Doesn't take as many games. As like. If i'm in silver and i'm trying to make my way to plat. I've probably have to put a lot more games in unless somehow. I'm in silver but i have like diamond level ski in right like if i'm only ten percent better than the average player in my game. I'm gonna to play more games to to climb than if i was fifty percent better than the average guy. Mike and to your point about how do you make time for league with two fulltime like things. Basically time admits yeah two full-time commitments. Plus you know wedding coming up. You probably just don't have a lot of time for hobbies at all i. It's it's hard to say. Oh just pick a day in grind but may maybe you know maybe try that maybe instead of calling frank for the entire day if you get tilted take a couple of hours of break go for a pretty long walk and come back and see how you feel then if you don't want to you don't if you feel like you're kind of over and it was just a one off then maybe again. Maybe making your saturday morning. Thank you played two games every saturday morning. So do they. Who knows like just find time you want to play if you want to grind for it then meant like make time for it right. Yeah yeah yeah. Yeah so thank you to caleb for that email appreciate it next one is from ricardo. Oh mfg no swain have still hard suck platt to you really hoping you rework of swain. We'll will make me at least masters question. Mark a fan ricardo. I appreciate my. I'm very excited. Talk about swain. He is one of my favorite characters. Thematically in league and i think is play style is really really cool. So looking forward to to talking about that and You can you can have access to that for just one dollars a month. One single dollar. You find that on the ground every month. Yeah next month nicholas. What what he's going to do to swain to make them cool. I'm gonna fix him fix wayne. That's the point of the shows. Us fixing champion. Hell yeah thank you for the email..

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"nicholas what" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"nicholas what" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Since that calm, you can sign up there and Nicholas will fire it off to you every week, and you'll have it. And get the jump on what you need to be doing over the weekend. And for those folks who have not signed up yet, Nicholas, what do they need to do this weekend to join the mailing list? All you have to do is go to radio garden sense dot com and right on the front page. There's a link that says Click me to join the mailing list. So I did you click it and then a little formal come up from constant contact. And then all you have to do is put your first name in or whatever nickname you want to go by. And then your email address and You're all signed up and ready to go. All right? Sounds good and what we started with this weekend. Shrubs, hydrangea crape myrtle fruiting figs that have winter damage, removed all the dead branches, then feed them with garden trust two ounces per foot of original height. Lawn. Now is the time to apply turf. Trust his toys. Alongs. If they're 80% green on Lee one application is needed yearly. A lot of times we recommend a 2nd 16 weeks later, because sometimes you know, people want to give it that extra food. So, but it's not one of those things where you have to feed it over and over again. If you have a soy is alone. Cool weather grasses like tall fescue and bluegrass are due for an early summer applications Turf Trust. Remember, kickstart. If you give an application of kick start to your long now it can help save money on your water bill because the product will help your lawns root system so that it will need less frequent waterings in the summer. Roses, including re blooming shrub roses that are not fed properly will develop mildew and black spot If you're rose plants were not fit with garden trust. Feed them as soon as possible. Repeat this application at the end of August order, larger plants should be given 4 to 5 ounces per plant. Newly planted roses should be given four ounces. Apply it around the stem. What? 8 to 10 inches away from the stem flowers and vegetables After you're finished planning, annual flowers and vegetables feed them only wants with garden trust..

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"nicholas what" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"nicholas what" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"You are horrible and hideous. I can't believe you but Yeah i what what you think is sites you nicholas. What can you say that really excites you. Someone's personality really something civil. What about you david. What excites you Yemen a lot of it comes on chemistry. Like it's a vibe and energy can be real tough. And i can look good to you by the open their mouth. 'cause you know you're you're dumb. I can no know bitty stuck back and do that. Okay so you say it deals with the personality that excites you What about like if you see her. And she just looking from head to toe does that excite you like on inside. You know it'd be like that's it re pass the personality nine times out of ten random stranger. No but if it's somebody i know yes. Syria saw random stranger. If she comes in hoggart lag girls are everywhere like that. That's just reality. Like hot girls are and yeah. I'll take a look can be like okay. Yeah but but it but to me. It's it's if it's somebody that i actually like. No let somebody. I'm dating or whatever else and they dress up to the nines. Now we're talking. Oh so do you think that way to certain extent. Guess like what he said. I mean if you see a stranger. She dropped that. Garages you excited by. Yes she looked good. She looked real good. But am i going approach. Or no. I mean why not because it may not be what i want. You may look good with wrong approach. You know what i'm saying. Well what makes you approach someone. What will what people do. So they gotta come for you. Sometimes they do so. Tell us what you mean to me and usually don't like aggressive women or women that she gotta go not crazy aggressive but aggressive enough where you know. I can tell you. But i don't want you to be did you say tame hurt Also you you ally in tamers. So i don't want i don't want you to be over over sexual. They wanted to just jump right writing in in public com baby way to eat alone so in in that taming. Wh why can't i don't i..

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"nicholas what" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"nicholas what" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Out when it comes to gardening, and we talk about indoor plants a lot this time of the year, and if it's a good time to plan for the spring and summer. And if anything is on your mind, you can call us 807 to 16003. And any time you have a question, just send an email to Nicholas and Eric, Go to radio garden sense dot com. You'll see the link for the emails and it right over to him, and they do get quite a few e mails. And we like to take the ones that they get sort of a bulk quantity of each week because it means a lot of people were having similar issues. So, Nicholas what you're getting the most of this week, first question from Clifton, Virginia. Of two green giant trees, 9 FT. Tall Planet five years ago with the When we had recently they broke and fell over the root ball looks good. Should I move them to another area, or should I try to stake them upright and hope they re route I would miss taken but like displayed it came out of the ground, too. May have to dig it out a little bit. Make a little hole so they can fall back in that hole again. And then this steak and good feed him a couple times a Kickstarter to make new routes and it should be okay. You may have on a dream. I'm a little bit too, to take some of the top off to compensate for the root loss. Next question. I have a problem with Apple dimple bug and a separate issue with two large spots Brown spots on my apple trees. What's the best way to deal with them? Okay for the insect. You do not the dormant oil to get rid of all the actual, the insects and any insect that all the windows and therefore the ground spots for the fungus. We usually quick cop. Shall do that on a day.

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