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"northern michigan" Discussed on A Way with Words: language, linguistics, and callers from all over
"Right. Jesse, Carlos, again, some time with racing lingo. This sounds like something we need to dig into some more. I appreciate it. Bye. Take care. Bye bye, Jesse. Well, if you have a hobby with a lot of great lingo, we'd love to hear about it, whether it involves any kind of racing, car racing, bike racing, maybe balloon racing, give us a call 877-929-9673 or tell us all about it in email that address is words that wayward radio dot ORG. We talked not long ago about the expression not my circus, not my monkeys. Meaning, it's not my problem. I'm not involved. Yes. And that prompted an email from Nelly Cooper, who's a Professor of French and Russian at northern Michigan university in marquette. And Nelly says that there is an expression in Russian that I just love, it translates as the circus left, the clowns remain. Oh, that's good. How often is that happened? And I Googled that. And in fact, you can buy t-shirts with that saying in Russian, the circus left the clowns remain. Oh, it's just reminded me being in college where a friend comes over, bring some friends you don't know and you're like in the kitchen pairing stuff. And you come back in the living room and your friend is gone, but they're dumb Friends that you don't know are still there. You're like, oh, this is all they did. They came by just to dump off their dumb Friends.
"northern michigan" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Most of the houses northern Michigan I outside they had a American flag and often right next to it Or did the Trump flags kind of wake up high and you know what you were incredibly nervous Right you know Last time we got a case in the car and I'm communing the Trump flag and says it is a confederate symbol It is a hate symbol They think about you know Yeah I think the organizing principle or the primary organizing principle for both the confederacy and trumpism is white supremacy Yeah I mean Trump along with you know they're all good people Right Well this imagined and it wasn't just the home but we went you know we've had to go a lot one of the Roads to messing our island or making our city before you could have very And shop at the shop I had the Trump flag and we knew that it was a retail business And you know I had two little ones and you know it's not you know not allowed diversity from North Korea So They don't know They don't feel like the hero in maybe you that are the one there Being hated have a heat against all right You have to understand how nerve wracking you know that can be never given all over just since I was very young And I was one of the first of that actually kind of felt externally uncomfortable or more normal just being one of the few minorities Just in that environment I think you know to suppress or go flat Yeah For me it is a hate symbol Yeah for quite some time I mean for the last couple of years there has been a lot of pushback in the media and political pushback against Trump people using the confederate flag the confederate battle flag as their logo Carrying them into the capitol and there's been kind of a general oh my God how can you do that That's a symbol of racism And so they've gone back.
"northern michigan" Discussed on WTOP
"Weather unusually cold weather for others CBS News brief It's hot in the east brutally hot Here a CBS News meteorologist David Parkinson We are talking about record temperatures more than 60 of them up and down the eastern seaboard from as far south as South Carolina and North Carolina and as far north as New Hampshire We're going to be into the mid 90s and Concord New Hampshire and in Manchester 94 95 there But out west it's definitely the opposite situation Highest portions of the rockies could be seeing two feet of snow by the time this is all over some of the mountain communities well over a foot before the snow ends on Saturday afternoon and then even in Denver as we probably end the accumulating snow in the mid morning hours the potential for four to 8 inches of snow there In northern Michigan two people were killed in a rare tornado that heavily damaged a mobile home park crews are still searching the area CBS News special report I'm Wendy Gillette Returning to our area it's not only hot out there it's also humid It's like walking through soup Storm team four is Ryan Miller has the latest on today's heat We're looking at a very hot day so much so that we could break record high temperatures this afternoon Middle 90s anticipated for highs which is well above average for this time of year and we're also looking at the hottest temperatures of the year so far So certainly be careful if you're spending time outside make sure you're staying hydrated loosen light clothing And of course with this heat if you can take breaks into the air conditioning the heat's going to be with us again tomorrow temperatures into the lower 90s We'll have your complete forecast in just a couple of minutes in traffic and weather on the 8th The White House says the first flights of infant formula coming from Europe to the U.S. will arrive in Indiana this weekend The military is handling the transport more than 71,000 pounds of formula have been.
Police report 2nd death from tornado in northern Michigan
"Two people in their 70s are dead and at least 40 others injured after a tornado ripped through Gaylord Michigan Friday afternoon The tornado left damaged debris and destruction in its wake resident Mike goodrich looks around his property with 15 down trees Thankful his home was spared The wind came up and I headed for the basement And it didn't make it and I looked out the back door and the trees were coming down and it was over The tornado hit the trailer parking Gaylord destroying most of it according to county fire chief Chris Martin who said at a news conference with WXYZ TV they were digging through looking to see if anyone else was killed Trailers picked up and turned over on top of each other The national weather service office there says it's been keeping records since the 50s and a tornado has never touched down in the northern Michigan town The governor has declared a state of emergency for the area I'm Julie Walker
Rare northern Michigan twister kills 1, injures more than 40
"I'm Mike Gracia reporting at least one person is dead 40 are injured in a northern Michigan tornado It's very windy It's the start of one It is one A rare tornado ripped through Gaylord Michigan Friday leaving a path of destruction in which at least one person was killed and at least 40 were injured Gaylord is a city of about 4200 people roughly 230 miles northwest of Detroit Oh my God You're fine Multiple homes and businesses were damaged Video posted on social media showed extensive damage along Gaylord's Main Street Jim keysor a Gaylord based meteorologist with the national weather service said extreme winds are rare in that part of Michigan because the Great Lakes normally suck energy out of such storms I'm Mike Gracia
At least 1 killed, 23 hurt in rare northern Michigan tornado
"I'm Mike Gracia reporting at least one person is dead 23 injured in a northern Michigan tornado It's very windy It's the start of one It is one A rare tornado ripped through Gaylord Michigan Friday leaving a path of destruction in which at least one person was killed and at least 23 were injured Gaylord is a city of about 4200 people roughly 230 miles northwest of Detroit Rose Oh my God Things are fine Multiple homes and businesses were damaged Video posted on social media showed extensive damage along Gaylord's Main Street Jim keysor a Gaylord based meteorologist with the national weather service said extreme winds are rare in that part of Michigan because the Great Lakes normally suck energy out of such storms I'm Mike Gracia
Informant back for testimony in Michigan governor plot trial
"An FBI informant to testify against four men accused of plotting to kidnap Michigan's governor is back on the witness stand today defense attorneys are alleging informants and agents are at fault for influencing the four defendants pushing them into the plot to kidnap Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer in twenty twenty they say it was just some guys angry over coated restrictions but former army veteran turned FBI operative Jan Chappell testified Friday there were months of plotting in training to see if the group could pull off an abduction from governor Whitmer is vacation home in northern Michigan including plans to blow up a nearby bridge as a distraction chapel made hours of secret recordings of the defendants but defense lawyers will look for holes in his testimony two other defendants pleaded guilty and are cooperating with the government I'm Jackie Quinn
"northern michigan" Discussed on WJR 760
"You I'm Jack Russell This is anything as possible and we're talking to the mayor of Midland Michigan The First Lady to hold this office for the last 12 years Maureen dunker More in welcoming honor to heavier Thank you I was honored to be invited today Can we start by talking about your childhood and your mom and your dad please Sure Well I grew up in villain primarily I was actually born in this little town called fisherville in south side of England on a farm So I have a farm girl My parents I'm one of 6 I'm the second of 6 And you know I think I learned a lot from my parents They were hard workers My mom was a nurse My dad farmed and worked for Dow He was actually the only farmer in the egg department get down So you know I grew up hoeing beans with the migrants It's on our farm and I think that I guess we learned a lot from my mom and dad I think the importance of hard work the importance of giving back to the community the importance of faith in my life and their life And you know just feeling grateful But for some of the main things I learned from them What's the first thing you remember about working on the farm Well it was sometimes it was really hard It was hard I would say that but it was fun because you were always doing it with someone else So I think the first thing on the farm was when we were little my dad would be working and he'd be out in the tractor and my sister and I would be about four years old and we would take lunch out to my dad And he would sit there on the tractor and then he'd put us on his lap and drive us back to the house I think that's one of my favorite memories of that but it was something that we were always doing with someone else So I was with my siblings or my cousins or neighbor kids they would all go out to the farm and it was kind of a fun thing to do As you started your college career you were going to major in nursing Some would say you're a nursing today But then you change to sociology and law enforcement How and why Well I think I wanted to be in the because my mother was always I felt that was a way to get there I realized that it was not my strong suit But for me the concept of doing something that impacts other people's lives was really very important to me And so that's why I just I was taking collective classes in sociology and I found that I really liked it I learned a lot about people in general from that And I just felt it was a way that I could be engaged into something meaningful in my career All right You graduated from northern Michigan university and then speaking of career one of the first things you did was you went to work for a bank the bank in Midland chemical bank Talk about that 5 year chapter Well that was really a great 5 years in my life So first of all you know I graduated from college I was poor I needed a job I really felt that I had to go and get more education but I needed to save some money to do that So I worked at chemical bank and I think what I learned from that was an appreciation for my mom and dad Because sometimes you know when you're in your teens early 20s you kind of thinking you know everything And what I realized was so much of what my parents taught me or things that carried over into my into my work environment And I finally felt like I was getting it to be honest with you Speaking of learning things there was a mister at the bank Yes Kind of took you under his wing Tell us about a great man mister ah What an amazing amazing man He expected a lot from you from employees And he lets you know that which was great And you know you knew he wanted to please him I think you really wanted to work for Harvard and he recognized that in people So when I was at the bank for the 5 years that I was there you know he moved me from the teller line to the loan department And then in the loan department from there he put me in what was called personnel at that time And that's what really changed me I think was being in the personnel or what now we call human resources And that was a great opportunity to learn And I think he had high expectations but he also rewarded you for doing things well And so I certainly appreciated that in him And I also saw one of the things he expected of all of us was to give back to our communities And so we would be out there volunteering in the community And I think that that really encouraged my community engagement He was a wonderful man and I learned a lot from him And he's done a lot in Midland Michigan For sure All right speaking of personnel HR.
President Biden Visits Northern Michigan Cherry Farm
"President, Biden talked up his bipartisan infrastructure package in additional plans for investing in families and education during a visit Saturday to a Michigan Cherry farm. President also pitched his immigration plans when a chatting with two couples from Guatemala who were picking Cherries, Democratic governor Gretchen Whitmer joined Biden in Traverse
"northern michigan" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"You take your bills and you divide it by your gross monthly income, And that's the percentage that determines what's called your debt to income ratio. So the Allowance now for conventional financing is 45% instead of 36% and conventional financing will approve you up to 49.99999%. If you have good credit and good down payment, good assets. Fhe is much higher. They'll go 56% to 57%. It goes back to my makes me a little nervous on what we're approving folks for able to, and the thing is You really don't want to do something like that, unless you have a bar with this, maybe not on the loan that it's providing income. Or you have another source of income that maybe can't be documented. But you get into real scary territory if you're trying to If you're You're single mom of three or single dad of three kids. And you have these crazy debt ratios. You can't you can't pay your bills and survive. Yeah, you can get approved. Maybe, but it's not necessarily a good idea. Right, Well, they have a few minutes left. Let's talk about some of the other. You know, you said purchasing either vacation properties or just properties down south is kind of on the upswing. People are saving more. They're not spending as much during the pandemic. They're realizing you're staying home. Or maybe they don't want to stay in the same place all the time. Purchasing a second residents to be used either part time of the year, like in Florida, Nevada, Arizona somewhere like that, or Northern Michigan to be used for the property is that kind of the same scenario and are the rates different? And the process is different. The glorious thing about buying a second residence. I want to talk to you about a parent loan, too. It's a new development that just came out last year, so Remind me Ah, Second residence is where you purchase another home. That's gonna be your vacation home. It doesn't matter if it's in state or out of state. If it's in a if it's going to be a second residence, or I mean a vacation home. Specifically, it's the same exact interest rates as buying a house except you need a minimum down payment of 10%. Okay, so other Nat the same as the first time purchased and What about rental properties rental properties you typically need and want 20% to put down. Ideally, I find that 25% is better because it gives you a better interest rate and lower closing costs. And you can have up to 10 investment properties with mortgages. So there's lots of opportunities for those. The interest rates are typically ah, half a percent to a percentage point higher than then. Then your traditional second home purchase or primary home purchase. Now, when you're renting out a home and you have and you have maybe two or three or four of them, he said, You can have up to 10 with mortgages. Do you need to have signed the lease agreements in place, too? Kind of help or does that just depends on what your other income is tricky question left to talk to you more detail about it. But the book over Big Flow answer is that if you buy multiple rentals in the same year, you just need lease agreements. If you cross into a tax year change, then you need tax returns to show the income. Okay, you gotta be able to prove that you can pay it one way or another. What's a parent loan done? It's so awesome. I'm so glad you asked. So with the influx of our baby boomers aging, there was an adoption of a parent loan by Fannie and Freddie Mac. Starting it started last year. So January 1st of 2020..
How 9/11 Set Robert Saleh on the Path to Coaching the New York Jets
"And how many years have you been covering this franchise. Pablo f govern the jets for thirty two years. Which is longer than any person in history that's deserves a purple heart or you know a trip to the insane asylum but yes. It's thirty two years. And so how. Many coaches coaches have you seen. Come through the new york jets in that time. Yeah it's funny because the other day w- before they introduced roberts sala. I went back and checked because we need covered. That long. And the jets chains coaches so often you lose track over over time. He ends well. Total man okay. So you're the perfect person to talk to today. Your latest piece rich is about number twelve robert sala and his decidedly unique journey to new york city and the nfl coaching ranks. So before we get into all of the football and there is so much there. Tell me a little bit about robert. Saleh's background where did he grow up in. What was his upbringing like. Robert grew up in dearborn michigan which is just outside of detroit. Most people know it as a home of ford motor company but it's also the largest percentage of arab americans in the country. He is the grandson of lebanese immigrant. Muslim neighborhood a very strong and closely knit neighborhood and football was a big part of it. At robert really has football in his family. His dad played at eastern michigan university. He was. I'm told a very good middle linebacker. In fact he had a tryout with the chicago bears uncles who played cousins. Who played his older brother. David played all at ford's in high school. You mentioned the solid name at forts in high school and there is a strong tradition. Some of the best players in the schools history are members of the family from an early age. When robert was a seven year old waterboy for his older brother's football team. Football has been a huge part of his life. The family's life very much part of his upbringing in dearborn michigan so robert is growing up in this lebanese-american muslim family in dearborn a football family. What kind of player was robert himself. Yeah very good player. A captain in highschool played two ways. He was a linebacker in a tight end and really good. I talked to his high school coach. Jeff sturdiness in. I asked him. I said what kind of player was robert. He said he was like all the other solids he can really hit. You actually wears a bracelet to this day on his on his wrist during games. It says extreme violence. So i guess we could describe him as a very physical player who was good enough to get a scholarship in northern michigan and he went on to become an all conference. Tight end in northern michigan fell was ever a serious option for him. But i would say you know a really good ice school football player who enjoyed a solid career. So if you're a football player with that decidedly unsubtle mission statement rich. What do you do after college. Robert went to the exact opposite spectrum of what that mission statement would be. I mean he goes to work behind a desk working a nine to five job in a very stuffy. Corporate office building in downtown detroit is a credit analyst for america bank putting his finance degree work. His brother david is in the financial world is well you know. He graduated with a finance degree. So this is just following in the footsteps of his family. You know his dad had some done. Some business work. His grandfather was actually owned his own furniture store in dearborn. So he's really robert. Sala is point in his life in the year. Two thousand just anna colleges just following in the footsteps of some of his other relatives.
6 men indicted in alleged plot to kidnap Michigan governor
"A federal grand jury has charged six men with conspiring to kidnap the governor of Michigan the six men five from Michigan and one from Delaware were arrested in early October investigators say it was a plot by anti government extremists who are angry about the coronavirus policies of Michigan's democratic governor Gretchen Whitmer the men were arrested after some of them scheduled a meeting with an undercover FBI agent to buy explosives and other supplies the indictment repeats allegations made during an October hearing where an agent testified that the men were involved with paramilitary groups conducted surveillance of witness vacation house in northern Michigan I conducted live fire training exercises the indictment says that one of the men sent electronic message suggesting they kill police officers to interfere with their plans I'm Jennifer came
"northern michigan" Discussed on Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness
"I'm really excited to have mac. Simon co founder and ceo of green flower media. Hey max really good to be with you. Tom so glad to have you on you. Guys are doing big things green flower media for the audience. Who may not have heard of you. You do all sorts of training online. Can you tell us more about that. Yeah so green. Flower started in about two thousand fourteen which felt very early But i have a long background in both education and particularly online education. And i'm a multi decade cannabis patient used cannabis medicinally for many decades of my life. And these two intersected. In my realization that this cannabis industry was really hitting a tipping point. And that there was going to be this wave of adoption in legalization and yet nobody knew anything credible about it you know. There was no real credible sources of education no credible sources of expertise and that There was an opportunity to create an entity that would really serve. All of the different educational needs of the the industry from individual people to cannabis companies even higher education. And so we've been chugging along ever since and now have done just that we have a kind of industry leading online platform for individuals to learn everything about cannabis. We have thousands of hours of online cannabis education. There are available for people to take anytime they want. And we are the training backbone behind many of the largest esso's in cannabis brands throughout the space where we basically are. They're kind of training engine for their their growth of their teams and we Have nine different university partnerships. Where we power. The cannabis curriculums of universities and colleges around the country like uc riverside and florida atlantic university in northern michigan university..
"northern michigan" Discussed on KGO 810
"Got to rake the forest. Okay? I grew up in in northern Michigan, right? And my family has just a few acres. I got the 12 Acres. Okay, but its 12, mostly wooded acres, All right. Let me tell you what happens when it's time to go clean up the forest. Holy cow. Is that backbreaking work his really, really hard work when you have to go out and clean the forest. So isn't something that can be done. Yeah, but This isn't just grab some rakes and rake the leaves. You're talking about cutting and clearing and you're talking about hauling lots and lots of brush over lots and lots of land. And it's not like there's roads that go to every stick that's fallen down. So in many cases, you're you're talking about a lot of leg work out there and is that the best use of our resource is Sometimes this is what Alex was hitting out there. Sometimes the fires do that cleaning of the forest floors. Which is why the Forest Service was allowing wild fires to burn for a while, You know, starting back, and I think he's in the 19 thirties, They started allowing the fires to burn because it did that clearing There. There. There aren't enough rakes out there, and I know what you said. Prisoners do it. Because I gotta tell you if you took the entire trusty prison population because you're not taking death row inmates outside of the walls, right? But if you turn the entire trusty prison population you out there You could even put a dent in what we have going on. The wildfires do a lot more. They're going a lot faster a lot more efficiently. The problem is, they don't really Discriminate between fallen brush and Stucco house. They don't care. But this notion that all we have to do is rake of the forest. Is so short sighted. So just insane. You want to talk about forest management cleanup? Um, maybe some prescribed burns in order to clean some things up. That's fine. Just grab a reek. Okay? To see the president, grab a rake and start hiking up a mountain because there's no road getting up there to the fallen trees of the top. He's gonna have to hike up that mountain with a chainsaw. Country. And haul it down one longer time than turn around, hike back up. That's not happening. That will not happen anytime ever. Never In just a few moments. If the fires don't get you This will California you just is becoming like off the Florida of the West all of a sudden, isn't it? I'll tell you about the next threat. It is ahead, Chris. Meryl, Infer Path Thurston kgo Aten is near in every tick on Weber is Caracas doesn't write about Travis. Mr Vivian, Mommy, honey. You let it come being I mean, jerky, Frankie..
"northern michigan" Discussed on WJR 760
"I think that we've got an idea of what that looks like, and a cz. I've said in that you know, in the very near future, there will be more to be said on that. That front. So in other words, the tribal casinos kind of with the test cases and because they did so well, she could open the casino's well, I got to tell you, governor there are plenty of test cases in northern Michigan gyms that air open that have not had outbreaks look at them gyms down in Ohio that have not had outbreaks. High school football That's happening right now down in Ohio and they've not had outbreaks. Use that as your vision for the future. I've got to take one call because I want to get to it before we get to a break. Your gym is in grand blank on line six. And Jim, I just want to hear what you had to say about the fact we did not get an answer today. Thank you for taking my call. The reason for the calls. I am absolutely livid regarding the press conference and and what was said and not said I run one of the largest health clubs in the state. I have 8500 members. We have about 260 employees and the lack of direction from this governor is astounding and the fact that she's playing with people's lives. In other words. I called my entire management steam team in yesterday or today to do a complete walk through in the gym to make sure everything was done. Everything's ready. We have been ready. Since probably April with very little direction from the governor, and she's playing with people's lives. People are trying to adjust their schedules. They're trying to Figure out what they're going to do what their lives are going to look like and for her to keep playing. This cat and mouse game is just beyond words again. I'm absolutely livid. I also said on the task force For the state of Michigan's who developed the guidelines and standards for the health and wellness industry. Those guidelines were submitted June 11th two governors. Thank you. We have not seen anything from them. And we have been waiting to hear those guidelines because Because I'm such a large organization. It's like starting and stopping a train. You can't do it quickly. We need to know what those guidelines and standards are so that when she does pull the plug, we're ready to go. But There are so many. We probably got 80 different documents that we have to look, we have to change and tweak its words. I can only imagine Jim and I certainly share your frustration. Thank you so much for your call. I got my fingers crossed for you, sir. I really do. We're going to get Teo traffic here with Michael Steps will come back with more of your calls much more on the guy Gordon show a lot.
"northern michigan" Discussed on Z104
"Up, But I'd say it's a song that's implying that we're all going to die. So why don't we pretend we like each other? Said on the fact his adulthood is bound to hit us at some point, So the plan we made in the song is to go out with a bang. Not one more. Yeah. Blueberry Fei go well, Very Diego I amount about I'm from Virginia. Maybe it's a Western thing or Northern Michigan thing had no idea what it was. And I don't know if he's from Michigan. Maybe he's from Washington State. Okay, So in Detroit, there's Feydeau is pop and the there's different flavors. There's a cherry pop in orange pop in a grape, Kool and blueberry. And rock and rye. That's a big one. And Rosa Vega was the drink grown up. Well, he makes it with lean now. I don't know it. I don't know what is a reasonable jury. They wouldn't guess people that listened. So most of you weren't listening. If unless they're from Michigan, probably loved blueberry Frago, Milo Mosey, but have no idea what hell I blew that too. You have to Google Google? Yeah, that's true, And I would consider myself pretty hip, but I don't know. Stupid drinks from Detroit, right, Devon, don't call it pop. Yeah, that's the other calling soda. But you're right. The version. He's referring to it as Pa. I don't think I think you're right. Think whatever blueberry favor he's drinking is not Blueberry figure coming out of the factory. But those are the last ones I had. Those are all good ones. But again, we don't know what the hell these songs are about. Yes, I don't know any of their songs are about you is true. That's kind of tough when they're in a different language, By the way, congrats to BTS number one record this week. First time Ah South Korean Act has done it and I thought, Cy With anger with number one, but I guess not. Maybe not. Maybe not the sort to go. But we're playing down in my record, so yeah, and it is dynamite When we come back, just Kanye changed his mind about running for president and we've got you on the way to get to, including a new baby next..
"northern michigan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
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"northern michigan" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"The return to play so this next wave that northern Michigan is in in this phase five in the southern part of Michigan is in this phase for if yeah and and and and thirty six you need to have the vaccine or whatever so if the lower part moves up to phase five what could lower Michigan schools expect in terms of changes on the summer workout programs at the local high schools Sir certainly the first thing bill will still be able to get into the red door facilities so obviously the gym the weight room swimming pools are being handled a little bit uniquely by the state depending on the day but but what we would anticipate is moving the entire state in the face five all soul will mean re opening gyms workout facilities both school and non school so that that's the big first thing is is indoor sports because right now we've got a awful lot of volleyball programs in basketball programs are doing workouts with their kids but right now they're either on the beach beach area C. N. court volleyball out on you know the the outdoor court I'm with the local county Parker that the core behind their their elementary school in the district so that'll be the first big change them once they think are stabilizing in phase five then competition is going to come along with that to where that really them would become the barometer to allow some seven on seven passing scrimmages you know some of those summer team camp in a number of sports for you got school to get together in in in place some summer scrimmages again I'm not trying to rush heading activity in June and July to jeopardize anything that that counts come August but that that really bill or the next two big steps it's access to those indoor facilities through phase five and then competition also being an option for schools into I think the the biggest piece of good news today from governor with members press conference was she not only said that she fully intends for there to be on site thanks to face and structure and in the fall but she said that that can be part of phase four in her sixties planned which was very very significant because again of all the data continues to trend in the whole state will be in phase five here hopefully by the fourth of July in in so we I think pride that we were kind of thinking well the whole state needs to be in phase five for there to be onsite education and then obviously sports in the fall but today she can show her hand and said that even if foreign face for with some strict limits that kids will be be back in buildings in August which I was very good well that's good news from a Michigan high school athletic association stay on point first and foremost great news for the kids in our education system in Michigan but if the kids are allowed back in it will be easier to schedule the sports and what we discussed last segment the fans spectators is still a work in progress it is the and I even think that if we had to start off the fall you know because we were ready back in March when we were to continue the plan was again for that twelve hours to where everything was was just changing in our world so rapidly you know we had a plan in place they have a limited number of spectators as we were finishing up winter tournaments all of school to come up with that list of okay here are fifty spectators are a hundred spectators I think even if we had to start to fall out that way and then hopefully the numbers continue to allow us you know to keep expanding those numbers there's a way that that can can take place because you know you and I both being athletic parents bill you know for kids are able to play that certainly the most important but if others also the opportunity if nothing else for parents to be able to see their kids plan that that first step for that first phase is certainly a place where we want to be some good news with the in school education teaching all the signs are there have we just keep mental following the guidelines of the social distancing and you mention one of two states hitting the mark which is big for return to in school teaching and also a return to sports so Viet shy know some travel baseball is going out of state planes some tournaments a lot of them are going out of state play in tournaments you soccer hasn't returned yet the they they're doing social distancing the training when do you envision some summer league summer workouts before we go mark of the seven on seven side a soccer team getting together a basketball team getting together is that too risky or something you hope could happen in July something I think July is the target you know when I came into the building this morning and learned that the governor was speaking at eleven AM there was a part of me I'll admit it that was really hoping that today would be the announcement that the whole state was moving to phase five and then we really we could become more aggressive on the figure out exactly when and how competition could take place but it looks like that that announcement now won't come until at least next week at the earliest soul I thank god you know what the fourth of July getting closer and closer every day if we can be in a place to worsen competition could stark that week after the fourth that still give schools out three weeks or so to be able to do some things I think you know if if you would ask most people right now would they be willing to to take that deal I think the large majority would say yes and hopefully the numbers keep trending to allow us to do that yeah I'm thinking that Monday July sixth seems like the right time after the fourth of July weekend that the lower part of Michigan will enter that phase five would you agree with that just as a guesstimate absolutely yes Margules executive director Michigan high school athletic association wonderful work by him and his team at their lands in office from the start of this pandemic to where we are today you can follow everything for updates on the return to play at Michigan high schools go to MHSAA dot com at MHS a on.
Wild Hydrangeas of the World
"Dan Hinkley it's great to have you back on the podcast. Welcome thank you very much Matt. It's great to be back. Well you've already been on the episode before and we've talked a lot about your background but for those that didn't listen or new to hearing your name Tell us a little bit about who you are and what it is you do. Well essentially A glorified gardener. I am the director at Herons Garden in Kingston Washington Nets Garden that I started in nineteen eighty seven with my partner Rubber Jones. I currently have a personal garden in India. Nola just twelve miles away from Heron's book called win cliff. Both of those gardens are open to the public. If you should ever find yourself in the areas of the we encourage people to come to walk around and and then I do a little writing. Delo speaking some design consultation so a lot of a lot of fingers in different pots but all in all plants in on all the blast. Ya Fantastically charmed existence for any plant lover but You Know People WanNa know more about your background in You're working plant exploration. They can listen to the previous episode. After that was recorded we talked a little bit about maybe diving into more detail into some of your favorite groups and we both agreed that the hydrangea. We're going to be the topic of discussion and I'm really excited to pick your brain about this. This group of plants today great. I mean it's one that I have had an infatuation with ever since I've been a kid and of course it's another one of those wonders of the plant world at once. You get to know a little you you realize how little you know and so you know it's unfolding but ever so entertaining both four in a plant explorer but also for a gardener at the such great application to gardens of North America and in Europe. Weather not necessarily native to write. And this idea that the more you look the more you realize how little you know about this group I mean. This exemplifies my entire experience Since we talked about doing this episode of growing up my experience with hydro was largely just a couple of pom pom varieties and then a little bit later on meeting. At least one or two are native species in the wild in southern Appalachia but I had no idea the breadth of what this genus in this family overall has presented the world. It's been very successful in north and south and east and West and just like you had a hydrangea. Nekia Lada outside our back door in northern Michigan. That's like zone. Three B thing. Some managed to survive in blonde some every year. And then we also had hydrangea lessons. Annabel and everybody my age at least to live on the east coast new or knows Annabel because it was such a mainstay a mop head. Arborescence wanted a heartiest hydrogen. Just so you know. That's that's where my introduction came as well but as I started traveling I was dumbfounded. By how many niches they have occupied. How successful the genus. The family as Ben as a whole and also at least in the Pacific northwest. How many of those can be brought into cultivation in? Add a great deal to the garden not only by flower but with foliage as well. Yeah and so thinking broadly about this. I was actually new to the idea. That hydrangea had. Its own family. I kind of limited with CAPRA fully. Acc so sort of a broad spectrum treatment for taxonomy sake here. What's going on with this group Obviously is a lot more refined but it was even a decade ago when I first started looking at these. You'd oftentimes find Hydrangea For Gay she was one of those bags of everything that didn't know where they belong. They put it in the sanctuary. Casey so It has now been refined obvious. Leads through a lot of different means available to taxonomic. It is a family to its own. Hydrogen Jasey and they have Would quickly dissect this. There's two sub families in hydrogen JC Eighty and James Yoy D. And then within the sub family HYDRANGEA LADY. They have made two tribes. Which are the hydrogen d. e. In Philadelphia? So it really for the sake of time in one hour fairly gonNA scratch the surface with just hydrology e which is where the the breadth of ornament event is but the the other tribe in the in the hand I drank. Philadelphia's obviously has Philadelphia has dude see as a tremendous number of other plants that we are familiar with in our garden so they're lumped rate in with hydrogen JC. Now that's awesome. Yeah then there's you know it's one of those things where again I looked deeper and realized I recognized a lot of those those. I guess that makes sense that they're related but again for the sake of time. The hydrangea you're going to be our focus specifically the genius hydrangea and roughly speaking. I mean we're we're still working and I'm sure things will change In the years or decades to come but roughly speaking how many species are within the genus. Hydrangea There's you know it changes. Because obviously lumper's lumper's splitters continually added but it ranges around sixty about sixty species. But you know they're still discovering new species and in particular in northern parts of South America just three years ago they identified. I think it was fourteen. Fourteen or fifteen new species of climbing Evergreen hydrangea from the mountains of northern Ecuador and Peru Bolivia Colombia in there. So you know. It's still a lot to be learned about true. Hydrangea as out there. They certainly have not all been discovered yet. Another big realization for me in trying to get familiar with this genus was this diversity of life-form you mentioned climbing and I'm sure. Plenty of gardeners will recognize climbing varieties of her Georgia. In of course the obvious shrubbery ones. I mean this is a really cool thing that that seems. Like hydrangea has found different ways. To make a living as a woody plant depending on where you're you're looking for them yet no Absolutely Obviously most people in North America will be familiar with hydrogen novela which is an Asian species. That's the hardest most dependable deciduous flowering plant for Shade Climbing Planet. I should say ourself clinging plant for shade in climates But new go south on occasion in Asia's while you find climbing evergreen species of hydrogen in I would say ninety nine point nine percent gardeners even in the Pacific northwest where we can grow. So many of these are aware of the fact that there are climbing evergreen branches at provide grateful during the summertime and wintertime and then beautiful flowers. That are dead ringers. For what we in our minds think of is a hydrant right on and in thinking about sort of diversity at least here in North America You know sort of West East divide always stands out especially when it comes to gardening You're located on the West Coast as you mentioned what you have over there or is this something that at least in. North America is largely assigned to east of the Mississippi and Sorta down south from there. So like in a broad sense mad here. I'm I'm sitting nine Sonny Bloch this morning a rare sunny day in the puget sound area and right off the block that I live on the two hundred foot bluff repeat Assam. We have native stands of our native Philadelphia's Philadelphia's Louis named after obviously Lewis and Clark fame and in the broad sense that is indeed in the hydrant JC. So I can't discount the those plants. If you to California now you can find Wesleyan Carpentaria and of course James Lia and a few other genera mostly not all that ornamental so. I can't say that west of the Mississippi is deposited in hydrogen JC but Zero through hike packages zero. So we have to get east of the Mississippi before we run into the only two representatives of the genus in North America. And you. You've already made not worth one of those are Bresson's which is very widespread from New York. Even Southern Quebec all the way down into Florida and the Gulf states and has variations of geographical variations within. But just a darn good dependable plant for gardeners and then Hydrangea Chrissa fully. Which is more? Gulf state oriented a beautiful very distinctive. You know probably one of the most distinctive hydrogens in the entire family is is found in in the Gulf states and You know turn the breeders loose on these which they have with Gusto in the last ten to fifteen years in your ending up with these new pink varieties of our lessons and then all of these extraordinary forms of The Oakley Hydrangea. So far cry from what was available to me as a young lad when we had a Annabel that was about it. Now we have you know pink the pink forms bread by the Maestro of plant breeding. Tom Rainey at North Carolina. State University is really Extraordinary things expanding the breadth of ornament within that that one tax of
"I know we've had several conversations about what we're going to talk talk about today and I felt that there's no sense it's just you and I maybe we could have a similar conversation or kind of a revamp of that with some some new information. Maybe just some different stories. He's to kind of pass around. But we're GONNA be talking about junkyards and I guess in the same salvage yard. It's all the same thing really junkyards and salvage yards today. And Kurt I I asked you off air if you had much experience with junkyards in the past and you said not necessarily is that right. Yeah and I don't Personally early but growing up in the south you meet those folks that are I mean I say this with affection but I'm talking about the junker types. And they go. They visit the salvage ajar defined those parts that everyone hopes they find when they go to the salvage yards. You know the parts that are desirable now. These are the treasure seekers that you're you're talking about those type D. Yeah I understand. You know the people that Again not in any way disparaging people drinkers. Because I am one or I used to be one that would love to kind of hang out and junkyards. It's an gather things and find things and try to at least do my best to do. I never really found any gems along the way I never found anything that was really worth You know hanging on the wall or anything. If I looked harder when I was younger I would still have some of those things that would be classic items that would be great to have on the garage wall. Like maybe be some old fenders or maybe you know a grill or something but at the time you know. You're looking at the stuff and it's like it's not really old at that point. But now he would be classic Isaac Parts. That would be something that you know you look back at with nostalgia some sort but you know I would find You know I I would try to stop places along the way if I was taking a road trip. I'd you know it was on my own. I was on my own schedule as well be able to pull off and check out the local junk yard in these small towns ought to go through and you know even if it's just well I would say that's like even it's GonNa be ten minutes but it's not just ten minutes. He kind of caught up in the stuff you know walking around and looking at the the cars they get older as you go to the back of the line sometimes And while we're reminiscing allergists say that I used to remember seeing junkyards. I mean not everywhere but they were more calm and you drive on the country roads and you would see junkyards you know here and there and nowadays at least down South there overgrown Kudzu. Now you don't really see them. junkyards seemed to be more and they're organized. Businesses is more so than they are just A bunch of cars out in the field somewhere next to someone's house. You make a very good point here. So you're you're talking about You know the old Almost Kenneth Starr abused by accident but almost by accident towing business or something and started to store cars and You know then decided. Well I'M GONNA start parts from those cars that I picked up and you know they kind of They evolve that way so they become a small time junkyard salvager dealer or they intended that and they you know have a few acres the property and they they want to become that but it does require some maintenance it requires bringing in new vehicles occasionally getting rid of the old vehicles sometimes when they're pretty much picked over you know to the point where it's just a big hunk of metal that no one could really use rusted or were bent or damaged beyond repair so there's some maintenance even with a small lot that's required but we're talking about today I think in general we'll go back and forth a little bit but we're talking about the ones that are the big ones where there's an inventory list online and there are auctions that are held on the site and they'll specials they charge admission to Gwen because they don't want people just going in because there's ways that people can go in there and actually make not a living they can make a decent profit for the day I guess especially if you know when they get the new cars then because they have they rotate cars a little more frequently than they used to two years ago. Oh sure yeah so you know I. I'm a big fan of the old time junkyards as well. The kind you know that are just kind of heaps of cars that are piled in there. you know kind of Willy Nilly early and you can walk around and pick them pick out parts or look at whatever you want and longtime ago you know when I was walking through some of these I I remember being out in the middle of winter in the snow. Trying to uncover some things. And you know there's an old sixty seven Mustang and You know nearby you might find the Mustang emblem from it and You know you could either their purchase or if you were on the other side of things you could maybe pocket then walkout. I'd I didn't really I never stole any parts I'll be honest with you. I didn't take anything I've been with people at places that have done something like that. I didn't think it was. You just didn't feel right to me to be able to do something like that To Nab a part that normally you know this guy would have made a dollar off of whatever is didn't feel right doing it but a lot of people are okay with doing that and then buying something bigger also you find a lot of parts walkout of junkyards but maybe some of the some of the coolest things I found. Of course you know you find old vehicles that you're interested in but maybe just passing fancy you know like you can look at it and say oh. There's a fifty seven Chevy body. I haven't seen one of those in a long time. It's kind of cool. Look in and see what's left and maybe check out. They've got an old stereo in there. They got the old steering wheel. Maybe parts that people still might go back and pick right but you know or can of worthwhile looking at while you're there. I found an old car in now. I went to school high school in Southeastern Michigan and I was traveling up up in northern Michigan. Not The up but right at the northern tip of Michigan not the upper peninsula bit lower peninsula and my friends and I were walking around this This lot in the wintertime became across. I think it was an old microbus. VW Microbus head a A parking sticker from our high schools parking lot from decades prayer. So somebody I don't know if they hit however there's got to be a story to how it ended up where it did have no idea how it ended up where it did but that same. What was one where you'd walk around and you'd find that they've taken an old Camper top from pickup truck maybe and put it on the ground and torn out the windows and put in chicken wire and there were chickens. Living in and you're the have crazy things like that laying around you know that you're you're wondering what is the story behind all this junk. That's here who's WHO's WHO's The oddball character? That's operating this place. That is the thing that if you go in and talk to the owners of these you know before you walk around. You'll find that a lot of times you're gonNA come across some real interesting character. Some people that have great stories to to tell you want to listen to them or you know maybe. Maybe they're not so nice. Maybe they're nice. Maybe you know everybody has their own demeanor and it's interesting to kind of figure out who who knows knows. What in the area like who's WHO's an expert on Packard's or corvair is or maybe British sports cars or you know who has You know the The market cornered on the import parts in this town there. Some of these bigger ones have sections that are that are just strictly for imports. In some that are just for Chrysler and some Ford and some GM parts and other lots are all mixed up. You know. There's there's all variety of things you can find these junkyards and I know that it's over explaining all this you know. Does this long long lead into this whole thing but some of these these lots especially the newer ones have an incredible amount of organization to them. And they're really meticulous about how they have them laid out yeah. They thrive on keeping their inventory somewhat. Fresh and organized in Moderating it to a certain degree although as I've found out there's there's a lot of shenanigans that go on inside of these places as well. Yeah yeah you know by We'll wait by the customers or by the owners by the customer. The customer service Sube. I'm talking more about the people that go in there and you know rifle through the car's yeah you know Later you know as as we get toward Near the end of this I would. I would like to share some I guess what. I'll call junkyard etiquette with you. If you don't mind valuable for people to hear that well I think so too case 'cause you ever find yourself in a junkyard and you you just don't know you know which for goes on which side where your your spoon goes that kind of thing all right but Yeah there's there's definitely junkyard etiquette and people will call you out on these mistakes if you make them you know some people get not angry but has the L. A.. Frustrated with your behavior if you're not doing things in the way that they feel is the proper way to do things because there are regulars to these people go regularly pick parts. You can make money by doing that if you know what to look for. And that's another kind of interesting angle. This whole thing is that you if you know the valuable parts keep your eyes open because you might just run across these at any point you might be going for a party specifically need and run across something that that you have filed away in your memory. Bank is like Oh that's something that people pay a lot of money for on Ebay were on craigslist. Or wherever how hard would it be pulled that part out and sell it on Ebay. If you have an account I mean it's it might be pretty good profit generator for you.
"northern michigan" Discussed on WJR 760
"Going to go up in northern Michigan but we've got high winds right now utility crews are getting into action with high winds in the region several thousand power outages are now shown in the D. T. E. area widely scattered around Detroit police chief Craig has suspended police sergeant Ronald kid over kids response to a call for help the night that officer machine McLean was killed Craig says kid did not go to the house where officer McLean and his partner were confronted by a crazed gunman killed had been removed from the force before but he got his job back and in fact was promoted to sergeant according to the chief was dumbfounded now you take a person that far as a police officer for power is who knows where in chevron's who's out leading and guiding of these young police officers these men and women who put their lives on the line each night Craig says he doesn't know how the reinstatement occur he didn't know about it kid may face charges but none have been filed a concrete mix up now paving crews have to remove and replace part of the concrete on the new I. seventy five project in Oakland county incorrect concrete mix was used on parts of the new pavement inferior concrete the mistake was discovered after an inspection and testing and doctor rector Paul a judge make a quality control and quality assurance processes that we had in place is what our children caught this on one hand upset but on the other hand I'm I'm happy that we quoted nouns he was talking with Paul W. the contractor will pay for the re paving of the re paving boosters of Selfridge Air National Guard base are making a renewed effort to persuade the Air Force to locate a fleet of F. thirty five fighter jets at the base in Harrison township F. thirty fives were supposed to go to a base near Madison Wisconsin but now Wisconsin says they don't want the jets congressman Paul Mitchell whose district includes Selfridge says putting the fighter jets here will help the economy is kind of unknown levels which is real because transmissible build the contractors while he was on with Kevin Dietz all but two of Michigan's congressional delegation is asking for the jets Rasheeda to leave of Detroit and Justin Ammash of northern Michigan did not express their support Warren city council reversed an earlier vote and gave up the lifetime health insurance that the council gave itself in September after all community flap the red wings will play the maple Leafs at little Caesar's tonight they'll be lots of blue and white along with the red and white at the arena the pistons are a Charlotte Michigan state basketball players this afternoon on W. J. are there in Hawaii for a tournament broadcast time is one thirty the Dow Jones industrials are virtually unchanged I Decatur W. J. R. news more with Kevin dates coming up I really thought I would die of stress long before the cancer because the diagnoses brought this avalanche of worries the money they traveled a burden on the family when I I called the American cancer society and help me map out a plan got me free rides the chemo and even a free place to stay during treatment they took away those other fears so I caressed up for the real fight please give a cancer dot org your future starts now at.
FBI raids Canton Township home of UAW President Gary Jones
"A massive multi pronged F. B. I. raid taking place today at several locations all pertaining to corruption in the auto industry the row raids taking place in three states they include the canton township home of UAW president Gerry Jones the California home of former president Dennis Williams the U. A. W. black lake conference center in northern Michigan and you a W. offices near Saint Louis that is where John served before being elected president last year the investigation of the industry has been going on for
"northern michigan" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
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"northern michigan" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"About walking congratulations out in Tampa listening. I'm Beasley broadcasting stations here in Tampa Bay. He is getting that bottle of scope connects that'll come right to you. You're gonna love it gone out to Molly. Molly is in northern Michigan has a training question for you. And hi, Molly pets. Hey, molly. What's up? Hi. I have small dog named penny, and she's a rescue, she's about nine years old cheese. Probably like a Chihuahua schnauzer or carrier mic. Okay. But I'm having an issue that I've always had with her header for four years now at. That's when I leave she will just scratch the door like crazy. And so in order to not have her do that. I'll put her in the crate, and then shoot typically will make a mess like to create. But if I think her out, she won't keep I'm just threw out what to do to just help, calm, high anxiety, and, you know, training and what you suggest. Well, she's obviously has separation anxiety. You can you can start with whether you're leaving her in or out by testing her with much shorter times away, like she might think you're leaving carry long. And you're just so, you know, mommy loves you and I'll be right back. Give her a little treat if she if she's messing you can always, because she's so tiny and she has a tail. Tale to get you can use a little diaper, if you want to that she's not going to mess up the cage or anything like that. But then seriously like only going for five minutes and then come back. Okay. And then praise her if she hasn't done anything, you know, give her the loving and then try this several different times for you. Go from five minutes to ten minutes, fifteen minutes to twenty minutes if she's not going to destroy anything while she's outside then just restrict her area. Just don't give her the entire home. Don't allow to be able to get to the front door where she's gonna scratch dickens out of the front door. Maybe if she can, if you have a dog gate where she can see the door, but perhaps it might be, you know, a dining room. A kitchen an offsite bathroom just make sure that if she's going to be in a bathroom that you pick up the shampoos and, and the toilet paper and things like that, that she might possibly get into make sure that she has, you know, water too. Rink toys to play with but you have to take in very, very small steps, and then reward her amazing way, when she does the correct behavior, and then you should be able to thwart that it's not going to happen tomorrow. It could take weeks. Sometimes it takes a little longer. And then when she when you do come back, and you reward her and you've, you've already left the property comeback tell her how wonderful she is put her on her little leash and just take her out for maybe a little jaunt around the front yard and just tell her how good she is. And then bring her back in and reward her again. I'm curious. Molly leva TV on or a radio any kind of sound. When you go, I've just started leaving, like a playlist from my computer, just, you know, some music classical music, and I just started without, and I don't know if it's making a difference, or not it really does I I've actually had to go into some houses where I will come to see dogs, and I will. I've actually scolded the people to going. Why are you using this? Don't don't you're making your your dogs. Crazy, put on classical, which is wonderful. You can put on the sounds of waves or a light rain or country music for heaven's sakes things as all dogs of country, music, keep in keep it low keep it, you know, because they're decibel levels or so much more intense than ours. Just keep it very low and very calm. Keep the lighting low you don't even have to use lighting. You can just have a little bit of natural light coming through your curtains, and you'd be amazed at just your surroundings, because we as human beings to that will calm us, and, you know, and it's the same thing for animals tamales, if you're gonna if you're going to her in the crate, or even if, if you create open and you have run of the house, I would get like sweaty shirt that you have something with a strong scent of you. And put it in their crate, because that will give more comfort, right? Are you can even put it on them? If, if you buy a little shirt if she has some little tiny, little customs, or something like that. I find that when you put a little shirt or something on the dog, and you can just, you know, you can just rub it on your neck, you know, and everything and just has your sent on it and put it on them. They are they're completely comedown. Molly's fan the line producer at the network with Quinn. I'm going to send you out a bottle of scope for any accidents that happen with the dog that'll clean it up. Take away the odor. And that's what you need to do. So Stanley, I'll get your information and we'll ship that out to you about connects, and thanks for calling him Ali. Thanks. Bye. Take care. That's molly. And in northern Michigan. And this is talking pets being new to your pets control the population. If you're looking to obtain a pit go to your local rescue or shelter and get one there. They all need a good home for myself, Jon patch, Angeline Setlow, and daisy, Charlotte. We say goodbye for now for this hour talking guy. Every week on demand only on. Dot com..
Excessive rainfall and flash floods threaten central U.S.
"And other round of intense heavy rainfall anticipated across the already saturated west central Gulf region of the Gulf Coast and a moderate risk of excessive rainfall is in effect for the southeast Texas today in the south west Louisiana as an additional rainfall can only exacerbate the flash flood concerns that are in that area. You've seen the flooding in the streets of Houston, some of the areas that were already flooded a couple of years ago. And here we are back again and locally heavy. Rain and thunderstorms are possible in the south southeast at middle Atlantic and even the southwest this weekend in a four corner section out there of Mexico and Arezzo Anna, and Colorado and. Utah. Now, the rain is the heaviest right now around no Orleans, Louisiana and over towards Mississippi. It's raining pretty much all the way up to twenty in Mississippi and Louisiana and the eastern part of Texas, but that rain will dissipate somewhat in Texas today and concentrate more on the areas in Alabama and Mississippi and Louisiana rain will move into other areas over the weekend and moved to the east, but the heaviest rain and the flooding will be right now in losing Anna and eastern, Texas where they just can't take any more rain now taking a look at up north. You've got a freeze warning in western New York state around Dunkirk Fredonia most of Michigan is under a freezer. Broths warning a hard freeze warning in northern Michigan this morning, you've got some high winds in western South Dakota out there towards rapid city. Some scattered showers in the central part of Montana. You've got a freeze and frost warning in eastern Colorado tonight and the northwestern corner of Kansas, which some scattered showers in central and south eastern Kansas today and other than that the roads are looking pretty doggone good looking pretty doggone good out there this weekend. So maybe you'll catch you break. Everybody
"northern michigan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"I gotta say it is pretty terrifying right there. Listening to the sounds coming off from the static. And you said to that when you were doing moonlight Williams. You're hearing growls my right, correct. And that was with the light frequencies it sounded like two lions growling, and you know, with electric voice phenomenon. The same thing could be happening with the light and the images it could be a form of instead of voices. It's images. So it's like, I don't know how to describe that. But they're they're leaving a digital imprint in the photograph. So they may I may not be able to see you on my physical is. But once the digital camera converts the information, then they're able to appear. Yeah. I lot of things with a digital camera that appear a lot of ghosts. A lot of UFO's who are now appearing Carol. Thank you so much for the call. Let's go to rise in Michigan high-rise, you're on ground zero with William Morris. Go ahead. Yeah. Well, you know. In northern Michigan. And there's a whole lot of water up here. I'm getting ready to do some maple syrup in it. You know, what I'm capitals trees? Some magical stuff is going on with that that water. Things called sap tickles enhancing, the maple trees. Yeah. Looking looking to those goals and illegit and they're beautiful. I mean, absolutely. Edible. Thing in a really high Christly sound voice. They sing to you. Basically the trees, and the energy of all all die of you know. No. Energy. I'm in the middle. I, you know, I I'm just a crazy, man. An old hippie some way back I love making stuff from the phone. Yeah. And I'm always out. I got rid of my television eighteen years ago, right? Just throw it out the window. What I said it's total crap donated goodwill. You're going to be finding yourself an old TV. So you can look at pictures. To that. So I could go look at those pictures of all outer limits movie. I was shocked. I was shocked when we got gase coming through. It was the scariest thing in fact, we actually had Dr Burgess every member him. He was a doctor Vero scientific guy. And he was like going, you gotta be kidding me. I cannot believe this is happening right now. Yeah. Well, I could see all these other crazy. Because all your whistle stuff. I'm sure we're still picking it up. But because of all this. As like a I mean us being being. I mean, we're we're ninety percent water. Anyway. Can give me. Allies comes through us. What do you think of that? Oh, I, you know, attached to because we're we're so much water. So William he's basically asking since we have so much water is can we be? Yeah. This is a very valid point. And what scientists discovered is that water can retain memory. So not only can you. Hold data in water is just basically memory and also where he saying they're light reflecting an ancient times people would look into a pool of water, and they would see, you know, someone talking to them as well. So as far as inside of our bodies, which is water in our brain is relying on electrical circuits in neurons. So you got light frequencies, and you got water retain a memory. So there's a good possibility that our consciousness is in between that matrix of of Ebola junk inside of our bodies. Get along. Just wonderful stuff neck..
"northern michigan" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program
"Like, we want to do we want hang on? So in Michael Moore's mind, having the privilege of growing up in the projects is somehow a leg up in American culture. So many billionaires came many, and here's the thing. Yeah. So all of you who grew up in the projects, all you out. There who grew. Up in in on the wrong side of the tracks. You know, eight mile all that area, understand your privileged. You didn't do whatever wealth whatever's status you've been able to obtain because you know, in this world and in this country. It's not you. It's only because government gave you a handout and gave you this this beautiful gift called the ghetto for you to grow up in. That's the only reason that you were able to achieve what you achieve in life. I mean, only only a delusional madman could suggest that growing up in the projects is somehow an advantage. But yet he does. Now, let's continue listening. What else does he go to help our fellow Americans? It's a form of socialism public housing. And yet he's saying I'm all self made. He went to public university went to northern Michigan university, actually, and you know, again financed by taxpayers dollars. And. Then he sells coffee, which is essentially water using city water systems missile system, right which. Infrastructure that you know, if you have a business to have FedEx or trucks deliver things to your store, he has the people in New York and all these other cities delivering the water underground to him. Okay. So so what's his definition of self made? You hang on hang on to know. This is this is what I'm saying. Is this what I started the show by saying the standard for self made that he's making is unattainable. Like, I said you'd have to teleport yourself because he axes though, Scholtz doesn't run a real business. He's like, oh, he sells coffee that the water's pumped in from the municipal water supply. Well, it's not exactly Scholtz as fault that the that the municipality. Monopolized the water supply and the eagle to collect rainwater. But more importantly, he does have stuff shipped all the time. But if he wasn't having the water delivered, and he wasn't making coffee more would be making the same complaint about the fact that he was driving on municipal roads. See so in his mind since the government has monopolized a portion of the industry that he needs to utilize in order to operate. Now. All of a sudden he can't claim that he self made. Then he goes on just a second. You're gonna hear it. He actually claims that the public is paying for the water that he's having sent to his business. Listen to this. And then you know, what your Waterville? I mean, nobody it's it's all the bills. It's your least expensive, right? You'd have to be a billionaire 'cause we're paying him for the water. Every every starts clapping a. Yeah. Billionaire because we're paying for the water. No, you're not. It's the Bill only that, but he doesn't understand the way it works. Like you pay a fee? It doesn't cost a lot of money. But the reason we talked about this before how there are a lot of people the UN who thought water was a right. And when Detroit was shutting off the water supply. They came out and said water is a human right? And we said, no, it's not, you know, you having water piped into your house and having indoor plumbing is not a right? It's a privilege that you pay for you pay a fee to the water company, the water company does the work of purifying the water and sending it to you. And then you pay a Bill, and if you don't pay the Bill, then you don't get the water will what more is saying is, oh, you the public are paying the Bill for Starbucks to have water delivered there, which is completely false. Starbucks pays a Bill to have water delivered to them. It makes no sense. And yet you listen to the crowd all out of that big. So we eight billionaires to you. You got to be a complete retard to listen to this and not and believe any piece of it. I e goes on gonna ask him. Okay. What would you do if you were running for president? Here's what he said. It's still early days..
HAIL To College Access
"Interested in the topic of inequality in educational outcomes ever since she got a scholarship to study at Harvard, which she realized how different she was from most of her classmates because she came from a low income family, and now is in a communist one place where sue observes a lot of inequality. Is within the student body of her own university. The statistics that we now know are that at most of the top schools Harvard's, the stanfords, and the Michigan's there are as many students from the top one percent of the income distribution as there are from the entire bottom. Sixty percent of the income distribution, right? So huge overrepresentation of rich students and underrepresentation of low income students. And when there's inequality within the student bodies of elite colleges that can lead to higher inequality after college as well for a couple of reasons one is that attending a higher quality college leads to higher incomes after graduation. That's not that's apprising. And another reason is that students who attend elite colleges are a lot more likely to actually graduate. For example, take northern Michigan university where Caleb Adams thought he would end up going only about half the students who attend northern Michigan university graduate within six years of starting at the university of Michigan is about ninety percent. A few years ago. Did ministrations at the university of Michigan wanted to increase the number of good students from low income families did applied to the school. So they approached Sudan our ski to help them out now soon her three collaborators Kathryn Mickle, more CJ Labasa, Stephanie Owen were already familiar with the current research. And what that research shows is that low income high achieving students in high school often disincentivize from applying to an elite college three main things, I these students weren't sure if they were suitable to attend such an elite school like they might have worried that their grades weren't good enough for the high school wasn't good enough. Second the students. Overestimated how much would cost to attend an elite university third. And I think this is a specially relatable they were intimidated or confused by the bureaucracy filling out financial aid forms like FAFSA, which is the free application for federal student aid, the financial aid system in our country is set up such that you don't find out about the price of college until you've actually applied and been admitted which is Bess ackward 's right? So. It's like we offered a, you know, a car an auto rebates, and we provided it after people sign the dotted line and agreed to buy the car. That's essentially what we do sue and her colleagues ran an experiment, and what they wanted to do was design the simple intervention that could eliminate or at least shrink all of the barriers that were preventing low income students from applying to the university of Michigan. And they started by dentists about two thousand high school seniors in the state of Michigan who at two criteria. I students had grades SAT scores that were good enough that they would probably be accepted into the university of Michigan. If they applied and second the families had incomes below a certain threshold, they were low income families. The researchers then randomly split these students into two different groups one was a control group. These students did not get the intervention from sue and her colleagues the students in the second group though who attended a different set of high schools. These students were the treatment group. These students did get the intervention and that intervew. Arrived in the shape of a big glossy packet that the university of Michigan mailed to their homes the packet was decorated with maize and blue colors university of Michigan's colors and inside was a letter that encourage the student to apply so we decided to push out to people a commitment that they could get four years free tuition fees at university of Michigan, and they did not need to fill out the FAFSA or the profile is is another financial aid form that some schools including sadly university of Michigan require of applicants the students. Parents and the students high schools were also made aware of the offer which was labeled the hail scholarship, partly because the Michigan fight song says were hail over and over. It's clear. There was no extra money that came with this scholarship. These students would have been eligible for the same financial aid anyways. So in that one way the hill scholarship kinda already existed. It just wasn't called the hail scholarship and required that a high school student would navigate the application bureaucracy to find it. So the intervention from sooner colleagues to stripped away that bureaucracy. And now we can see how the package was designed to remove those three barriers that often prevented students from applying to elite schools the package encouraged to apply which reduced their and certainty about whether they were suitable for the school, then the offer guaranteed that if they got accepted all of their tuition and fees would be covered. So the student would know how much it cost before applying and the packaging form the students that they would still have their tuition covered. Even if they didn't fill out all those cumbersome and intimidating financial aid forms Caleb says there is no way he would have ended up at Michigan. If he had not. Received this packet. A Michigan was not on my radar now until I got this pack as four years free tuition. And originally we kind of had thought that it was like, I didn't I've never heard of the HALE scholarship or anything like that. And like what's the catch to is? What I always thought. I'd actually taken it to my guidance counselor at my school, and it was like, hey, have you ever heard of this? And he goes, no, are you? Sure, it's real. So both you and your guidance counselor thought it might be a scam. Yeah. Oh, yeah. We had never heard of it before. And he's kind of like, you know, it's too good to be true. It probably is. But it was not too good to be true. It was actually real so Caleb applied to the university of Michigan. He got in. And he's now a student whose tuition and fees are covered. And he wasn't the only one here's how sue describes the outcome of the HALE scholarship experiment in the first year. It was tried on the two thousand high school seniors about twenty two to twenty five percent of the control group applied to university of Michigan while in the treatment group. It was about. Sixty seven percents so huge increase in in application rates. So the effects of this experiment were clearly pretty huge and not only were students who received the glossy packet much more likely to apply to the university of Michigan. They were also much more likely to enroll and the experiment led to an additional one hundred fifty low income students enrolling at the university of Michigan in the first year. It was tried, sir. Does caution that this is just one experiment at one school in one state. She really hopes that other scholars will conduct similar experiments and other places to better understand the findings still it's a promising start and for Caleb atoms. It's already much more than that. I do think that scholarship did change my life drastically from. I mean, I saw think I would have had a good life northern and I probably would've been a high school teacher. And now, I don't I don't know what I'm going to do to be honest. There's a so many opportunities in like chances. Once kilos just sorta podcast. Yeah. I remember when it was like to be hung. I know in the future seem so
"northern michigan" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Her in eight on the season. The nine eleven games. Skews me. The average almost three point fuels made per game. On the year. They've made too today. Foulon taylor's. Ramos thirty two the whole yet foul gonna shoot to Latin was six points. Tom because Wayne State. Get into this is going to the bathroom that I have a lot was one on one selling for jump shots. A long jumpers. Everything's been going to the basket the second half when they do go to the basket. They could kick it out. Glad makes both free throws sixty one thirty eight Wayne State by twenty three six fifty to go. Get back to those numbers. Michigan averaging nine point nine eight three three three point field goals per game to connect Johnson. And knocked accurate. And they both came early in the first half as well made one and Johnson may want. It hasn't been ice cold since as Taylor takes down the paint and list, the shot if you tried to scoop it in over John Hunterston rebound, Tuesday, your, Catherine. Packer Joel's into the free throw line, nobody stopped and he put the shot up. Missed it out of bounds off pre Murray. It'll be northern Michigan basketball. And his team. Let's run some. Walk. Not a pet. Shop is Xavier nobody guard and he's wide open at the free throw line. But didn't take a lot of time off the block on that possession. It's only a good shot. If he makes it. That goes the other way driving on the paint, drew the foul shoot too. So two free throws away from getting himself into double digits on the net worth. Foul on fourteen. It doesn't get any easier for northern Michigan on Saturday. Take another number ten ranked team in the country. Chuckles? Makes the first free throw good on Ashwin. Second free throw is also gets a ten point for novice sixty one forty. Northern michigan. That's the ball away on the inbound will stay with Wayne State. That's accused the Wildcats for anything. But maybe the classic look ahead to that showdown on Saturday and didn't maybe. The warriors a little too lightly tonight. They have been thoroughly beaten down in every facet of the game. At least through the first thirty four minutes. Kocher? Breaks the pressure back to Owens white near half court under six minutes to go state by twenty one sixty one. Forty. Up top the land Davis. Tend to shoot off a screen almost shirt away. Get some hot owns white five to shoot variant trying to get a three off. He does top of the key. It's no good rebound. Four out of bounds. Off henderson. I believe and it will be Michigan basketball. Savior, Catherine dairy. Noah's wet leading the way tonight for Wayne State offensively with sixteen points apiece. But again, Miami MVP vote for the evening goes to green Murray. Nine points on the offensive is held by Johnson and nine points. Heckles driving in draws contacting. You'll shoot too. When that was going. Well, that's what he can do. Is very shifty. The court. You can draw contact such a good shooter ninety percent of the year. But the warriors have done a good job of not following him this game mega-bombs shoot those tough floaters. First free. Throw is good. I suppose now eleven points. Now five or six from the free throw line. Makes them both. Sixty one forty two nineteen point warrior lead. Five twenty five ago. Still looking for their second one of the year. And also second league win. Katherine hazard of the four core for the warriors slammed. Davis will run the point spot for Wayne State fifty on the shot clock Latin troubles overlaps right sites. Using is off to creamery up top the dairy. No one's white. They're working against Johnson's five shoot varied over the Korean three to shoot Korean going to the basket after to get it off doesn't shock like violation. Sluggish socks violation. We've seen here in the second half. But again, thirty more seconds run off the clock walks off four fifty five left. In the nineteen point lead. See the warriors finish this one straw backwards. The other way quick three top of the key with a hand in his face. No, good rebound. Curry murray. Then claim is fouled as they were all over him. The basket northern Michigan was asked me for a jump ball has was. Their head coach. Bill saw a year pretty fiery guy. Most fires are women's coach. But he's a pretty fiery guy. But. I don't have to get excited about today's teams play. Thoroughly all math amounts off of northern Michigan..
"You're listening to the crosswalk with deacon. Kevin Andrews a show about living life at the intersection of faith, family and vocations, and now your host g Kevin. Good afternoon. Thanks for tune into the crosswalk. Today. I'm your host and Kevin, just really appreciate your join us here on the bear. Go radio network in this beautiful time in the summer in in northern Michigan here on the show today. I've got a great guests in the studio with me. Kelly Oubre is a new author of the book, the rosary, the bible on a string. She's also married a mother of four grown kids and a member of Saint Mary's of the assumption parish in Charlevoix Kelly, welcome to the crosswalk. Thank you deacon, Kevin, the malware amazed always impressed. I'm always jealous of people who authored books and write books. I, it's been one of those bucket lists thing items may be on on my list. I don't know if I'll ever get around. Into it, but I always do admire the people that take time to take their inspirations and write them down and put them into a book to share them with the rest of the world in the in the rest of us. But your book, the rosary. The bible on a string is not only authored by you, but also illustrated by you is well, maybe give the listener just a little bit of background of, you know, who is Kelly in what's been your faith journey and leading up to this point in deciding to to write a book well, like you. I have always wanted to write a book. And so after several years of seeing the Rozier with my husband, I started to see that it was a love story that even Catholics maybe weren't seeing. And so I guess the pitchers started coming into my head and that's what motivated me another, I guess, gift from the Holy Spirit was taking the thirty three days to morning glory class where. Where learned about Saint Maximilian Kolbe? I sat in that class that day and thought, how can I be soldier in his army? So little? Did I know five years later I'd be writing this book in the Holy Spirit just keeps pushing me pushing me along opening up doors, having things happen. So really for the, I mean, you're talking before the show since this thirty three days to morning or this consecration to marry that you did that. I've done that. I've done as well and really growing up Catholic my whole life and attending Catholic school, and then even even being ordained, it wasn't until that that consecration to Mary, that I think the meaning of the Rosia re kind of this. This deep connection to our blessed mother really kind of blossomed for me in sounds like I mean, it seems to be the similar similar story across the board when you talk to people who have concentrated. Themselves to Mary in just a side. Note on the assumption on August fifteenth, burger radio will be, we'll be consecrating Vega radio to our blessed mother as well. So we're excited about that. But you know, praying the rosary and use in. You had made a comment that you pray the rosary with your your husband and and tell us a little bit about how doing you know after so many years of marriage and raising kids coming together to pray the rosary. What is that done for? You know, from your marriage damn. Well, I'm gonna go back up to the consecration to Mary because at first I was a little afraid. I didn't want to make Jesus mad that I was focusing. I Mary, it's the same. You know, fear that other people may have, but I started to see that Mary her only focuses our son Jesus. And so I think quickly I lost that fear what it's done for my husband and I is I, it's made us just close. Earlier in our thinking and our devotion. And you know, everyone has trouble meditating while you're saying the rosary. And so the book has helped us because it's a scriptural rosary book. It's helped us to have that meditation in the the front of our mind. I think we're just more open to talk about our faith with each other. What? What was the? What was the process leading up to writing and illustrating than the book the rosary, the bible on a string after seeing that it was a love story. I was excited to do the 'lustration for our grandkids and our children to we with our kids we would during lent we, we said the rosary, not as faithfuls I wish we would have. So having grandchildren now I wanted them to to really see the mysteries and and be a part of it the way I was seeing.
Pentagon, Niger and Barbara Starr discussed on Frank Beckmann
"Usual schools are open people can go back into their fields but there is a tension there that this could escalate further the pentagon is releasing the final report on tack in niger africa that killed four americans last october here's correspondent barbara starr there will be things that will be very distressing to hear they are separated during the ambush four americans losing their lives this is not what is supposed to happen the pentagon is still going to oh the american public a great many answers says they're suspending production of the f one fifty they're out of a part that is used to hold the radiator onto the engine is not clear how long the suspension will last there was a fire at that part supplier in northern michigan and that's the reason for the suspension of the ford f one fifty production the hot hottest selling vehicle in the us for many years to men exchanged gunfire while driving last night from melvin dale to dearborn the fight was over a woman you're born police say the situation began in melbourne dale to men in cars one was the ex boyfriend the other was the current boyfriend in car number one the x shot at the other man in the other car he was hit and the current boyfriend drove himself to beaumont hospital dearborn to be treated for those gunshot wounds the assailant followed the victim to the hospital but then he pulled into the parking lot and killed himself geologists say hawaii's kill away of all know could be erupting for a long time become the governor has declared a disaster believe that we will exceed the threshold and we are working to seek the disaster declaration to ensure that we have access to federal state and county resources should we need that has.