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"peach farm" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"This is the Gato and chat show. Is Kanye is going to be on the arrows on a presidential ballot. Hope so. Oh, gosh! Well giant meter's going to be their giant media. There's some sort of an effort, Teo gather signatures for Konya to appear on the Arizona's November ballot as an independent. Candidate for president. And I think like, aren't they trying to get people like If you gather certain number of signatures, we're gonna pay you is that legal? You can't pay people that air signing it. But I do believe if you're a signature gather together, you can be paid for that as the jobs and volunteer as a job. Gig, So it's like eight bucks a signature. Not bad. No, but you think it's going to sound easy, but it's not to be extremely hard. Hey, come sign this for Kanye on their Kanye again. How great a debate with that B. Trump, Kanye and Biden. Good, gracious, Pretty off. Hey, do you need a Ah You need a break. Do you need a social pressing? Give me give me a break with that kid. Can't bar Yeah, I know. I got a couple of words wrong in there. But I I got the the kid can't part part that's all we need. You need a social distancing and friendly vacation spot. You know, a place that you could go and there's not gonna be a lot of people around is that you think you need that? Ah, that is my life. My dreams. I've got a place for you. It's just outside of Phoenix. It's it's called the cozy paid That guy was a bait. It's glamping. Oh, no, I can't do that clamping its camp. I won't glam. It's Do you know what, even Glamping in? Yeah, it's like the it's like rich people who go in camp. Well, well, yeah, it's not so much lately. You're not not not what it is, like, you know, they'll take like an answer. We'll redo an Airstream. You're not getting like a $2 million RV. They'll redo an Airstream and I don't know like that old silver RVs those 19 sixties. I don't want to be a nun, but they make him out really cool, And usually they do him up like based on certain themes. I did it in out near Palm Springs. They had it and have like a fifties one. And they had one from the eighties and different ones like a Flamingo. Miami one. It's cool. Well, here's the deal. The cozy peach in Queen Creek area fades. Ah, they're saying just outside Phoenix, this Thisyou pick Vegetable and Peach Farm welcomes overnight guests and you can stay in like a trailer, but it's supposed to be a vintage trailer. I'm not staying in the trailer. It's a vintage can't do it. Why not? They say they're totally freshen them up with fun paint and she pillows, not chic pillows. Families can enjoy dear feeding. Mini golf and you can make dinner with campfire cooking and s'mores. I don't like smart like s'mores. I am not a fan S'mores. I'm not. No, I don't like the marshmallow part. You know what I'll do. I'll either Graham cracker. That's it. I'll leave the Graham cracker separate. Then I might eat this chocolate, but I'm not. I hate Marshall Don't like the Mars Gross. That's why we're super best. Why we're that's why we just became even better. That's right. Rinse. Hey, Becky Lin, Do you want to go to a cozy plant if you want to clamp Clamp the cozy beach Do they have? Like 1000 thread? Count sheets? Problems? Some of them probably closed. I don't know. I don't know if fruity little drinks with umbrellas. I think so. I'll sign you up. I'll go service. I think there's room service where the panda gave birth. Well, one job for those you guys not breaking panda gave birth. So blonde's O R. Our producer. He The producers one has to now watch on. See if the silverback gorilla gives birth. And that will be hold on. Hear what? I do not have an update. I do have the lifestream up still sleeping. Of course, which ones? Of course she's been through a lot, but I don't see the baby who sleep in the big one of the little one with the big one. The big one sleeping. You think she got an epidural? I don't know. Probably not know, as the only one here is actually given birth. They are both sleeping as since I failed us. I will Now get my hair done to look like a panda is so awesome. Be great..
"peach farm" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"Of due diligence here before I get into the the other news of the day There are so many seats right now. That are up with special with elections and I want to make sure that you have the list of all the candidates who are running There are a bunch of them running and I want to start with the fourteenth congressional district. That is Tom Graves feet. And let me give you the names. Of all the people who qualified up there John Barge who is running as a republican been bullock running as a Republican Kevin Cook running as a Republican John Cowan running as a Republican Clayton fuller running Republican Marjorie Taylor green running as a Republican. Andy Gunther running Republican Bill. Henry run as a Republican Matt Lawrence running as a Republican in Kevin van. All's Dole running as a democrat. He's the only Democrat running in the race. That is Tom Graves. This seat The other one let me see if I can find it here No it's not. No I WANNA do that one The is It is Doug collinses seat up in northeast Georgia here. All the people who qualified to run for it Michael Bogus Republican Paul Brown Republican Andrew. Clyde Republican Matt Gertler Republican Maria Stricken Republican Kevin. Tanner Republican Ethan Underwood. Republican Kelly. Week's Republican John Wilkinson Republican Devon Pandy Democrat Brooke Siskind Democrat and Dan Wilson Democrat. Now The you've got three Democrats running in the race and this seat leads Republican. This one of the Tom Grapeseed are. GonNa be Republican. Wins in Georgia? Barring some Unforeseen abnormality the other one to really focus on his the seventh. That is the open seat. Were Rob Woodall. That's the Gwinnett County area. you've got a Leeson knoll. Babich Republican Mark Gonzalez Republican Lynn. Home Rich Republican Zach Kenmore Republican rich McCormick. Republican Rene undermine Republican Eugene. You Republican Carolyn. Brno Democrat John. Eaves Democrat Nabeela is Democrat Kara Corinne Democrat Brinda. Ramiro Democrat Rasheed. Malik Democrat. This seat leans to the Democrats right now. It could be democratic pickup Although the pulling in the sixth congressional district is not good for losing the bath loosening bath as the incumbent. Democrat who beat Karen Handel handle running again for the seat and see what happens there but the polling is not good for Macbeth. In that seat those are that that's kind of the lay of the land and I need to probably do a good job but particularly in the in the fourteenth in the ninth. Getting those people On here so that you can be introduced them because it is a very difficult time right now To Run for office the the other story. I wanted to put on your radar. You know a study purdue was here a couple of weeks ago talking to me about the supply chain issues in any admitted there are problems in our supply chain right now and a lot of it has to do with government regulation and the president only has so much clout to be able to repeal certain regulations. The reason is because he's got to have authority from Congress to be able to clear an emergency to be able to wave. Some of the regulations in Congress is not allowing him to do with the Democrats. Don't want him to. Because they're afraid that he will waive labor regulations which which they don't want. Well let me read you. This is from Christopher Quinn in the Atlanta Journal Constitution from yesterday and from Sunday rather. I didn't have a chance to get to it yesterday. Cows are munching down zucchini yellow squash and cabbage that southern valley fruit and vegetable farms grew and picked for restaurants and other institutions. It's one way the company is trying to make use of the glut of south Georgia vegetables caused by the closure of dining spot schools and other big buyer sow Georgia farmers ship food from Florida to Canada. But the closure cost them forty to fifty percent of their market. Growers are caught between being unable to sell all their crops and selling what they can't flooded market with dropping prices. The pandemic has put farmers in line for a third fourth tough year. Thanks to bad weather and the Chinese tariff four blockages. Georgia's thirteen point. Seven billion dollar. Agriculture industry is likely to see losses that will ripple up and down the economic ladder. His specially in rural communities like call county where Southern Valley is located the vegetable business brought one hundred sixty seven million dollars into the county in two thousand eighteen according to the numbers from the University of Georgia if Commerce continues during our season the way it was during Florida season. Then you'll see the same effect you saw in Florida. It's inevitable said Josh walls executive officer at Southern Valley their farmers plowed under thousands of acres of fresh vegetables and with them their hopes to avert a loss in twenty twenty besides turning vegetables into cal fodder southern valleys donated food from its three thousand south Georgia acres to help agencies across the southeast but some of the court eggplants peppers Broccoli. Tomatoes writing in the fields are likely to go to waste. The picking season is just starting Gary Black the State Agriculture Commissioner along with the University of Georgia agriculture community and its network a farm cooperative extension offices are scrambling to create markets for Georgia produce from asparagus. Zucchini also some help could come from the Federal Department of Agriculture under Sonny Perdue which is starting a new national farmer's family food box program to buy distribute three billion dollars in meat and produce. It's rare you can see storm coming Gary Black said but Florida sudden collapse of its winter vegetable market gave Georgia good forecast. You know I I gotTA. I don't know Gary Black. I think I've met him once or twice. I don't really know him but I gotTa tell you. He's been a very good add commissioner in Georgia and he's put into place a lot of plans to help the state but our farmers are going to be hit hard and on top of that. You got another issue. That's not getting a lot of coverage that's the peach crop. We had a very mild winter. There were not a lot of days below freezing to sweeten the peaches in Georgia. Which you need. And that's going to impact farmers thou- South as well You know in my wife would kill for access to fresh vegetables. Right now We went to a to a local afar peach farm the other day and we didn't get out of her car because there were the crowd was so big and nobody was wearing masks. We didn't actually feel comfortable being in a crowd like that particularly my wife's underlying conditions I wish you know I'm not a fan of the farmers market in. Macon if you've ever been to middle Georgia there's a farmer's market and it's not in a convenient location and I've been there and there's never anybody there there's like one or two stands. There used to be a butcher shop there and the butcher shop is closed. There was A. I guess. The tag office may be still there. But I just I'm I'm always flummoxed by the farmers market and making because it just seems like there's never actually a whole lot of farmers they're selling stuff it's a weird set up And I would love to have more access on a regular basis to fresh vegetables. You know I'm one of those people who I would actually rather go to the grocery store every morning and planet a meal for the day from that Maybe it's the it's the latent shift in me although I can't right now are oven broke But nonetheless our situation in the state is not going to be good because the virus and because of the weather we've had and you've still got farmers in south Georgia who are trying to recover and that's going to have a serious serious impact on us So keep the farmers in mind and frankly where you can buy local. You should be buying local to help your Georgia farmers if you can now I wanna pivot to some good news that has come up Israel is announcing it may have found a human antibody that stops the Corolla virus. This is a joint statement from the Israeli Ministry of Defense in the Israel Institute for Biological Research. A significant breakthrough has been achieved in finding the antidote to the Corolla virus. That attacks the virus and can neutralize it in the body. According to the institute's researchers the antibody development phases over a goal for international companies to produce the antibody in commercial quantities is now set now original statement is in Hebrew. Let me read you some from what? The Jerusalem Post is reporting A. The Netherlands is confirming the research. There are researchers in the Netherlands who've been doing the same research and they have come out and said yes. This is true. The Israel Institute for Biological Research has completed the development phase of Cova Nineteen. Anybody or passive vaccine. According to the Defense Ministry. Defense Minister Neftali Bennett. Visited the lab on Monday and was briefed by the research team. Who revealed a breakthrough antibody that attacks the virus and neutralizes in the body? I E R that is the Israel Institute for research is now working to patents. Anybody insecure a contract for its commercial development. Now that's great a second. Israel researchy MiG VACs has also reported. It's close to complete the first phase of development of virus vaccine now. Let me jump over to the Netherlands. The Bloomberg News has this story. The scientists create antibody that defeats curl virus in the lab. Scientists created a monoclonal antibody that can defeat the Duke rotavirus in the lab an early but promising step in efforts to find treatments and curb the pandemic spread. The experimental antibody has neutralize the virus and cell cultures while that's early in the drug development process before animal research and human trials. The antibody may help prevent or treat Cova nineteen and related diseases in the future either alone or in a drug combination. More research is needed to see whether the findings are confirmed in the clinical setting. And how precisely the antibody defeats the virus antibody known as forty-seven targets the SPIKE PROTEIN. That gives the corona virus a crown like shape and lets it inner human cells that in a essentially. This is my way dumbing down to such a level as to almost be too dumb but in my mind. It's the easiest way to understand what this antibody does. Is it wraps around the corona virus. So that you know across the virus gets its name from the little spikes around the grove. Make it look like a crown and the antibody wraps around it. So that the curl of Irish get used. Those spikes to penetrate cells. That is the the super dumbed down. Explanation. I am not a scientist or Doctor. I I needed to make it easy for people understand. But that's encouraging It appears that this is The Dutch are using the same antibody. The Israelis are using or not as far along in the research but the research is more documented than what the Israelis have produced so that's encouraging likewise rim desert. Fear is showing more. Promise I gotta say something. I meant to bring this up earlier in in. Didn't get a chance. Do you know we've got room desert troopers on the left. This again gets me to the idea that there are some people out there who want to shelter in place to keep the economy from recovering to hurt trump. I WanNa make sure that hush-up Siri I I WanNa make sure that you understand. I'm talking about a minority of people. I don't think it's a majority of Democrats. I don't think it has a majority of left wing pundits out there although it may very well become a majority but it is certainly a growing number of voices even if they're in the minority who continue to advocate shelter in place not because they want to stop the virus but because they want to stop trump and they're afraid that if the economy rebounds that it'll help trump and there's a real over lab that in the VIN diagram it would be a single circle of.
"peach farm" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Paul puts Bernie Sanders in first place with Bloomberg in second Marist poll director Lee marrying off says Bloomberg surge to nineteen percent digit clips the rest of the field especially Joe Biden without down from twenty four to fifteen tomorrow night's debate is in Nevada at this point billionaire investor Tom's dire and Congress woman at Tulsi Gabbard have not qualified from the due to panhandling a homeless woman will testify about her social down fall tonight before the Saint Louis county councils the council considers doing more to help the homeless this is Kevin killing the woman is scheduled to speak along side the Reverend Larry rice as he wants the county to repeal it's old law banning panhandling I've got a woman I'm taking with me that used to own our own business and hello douches heart failure she had and if you didn't get a certain kind of medication which had to buy she would have died she was out there trying to get a money just for her medications and sailors coming this is in Saint Louis county elderly woman seventy two should be with me rice says the county for years has been negligent in its help for the homeless preferring instead that the homeless go to the city he wants the county to get rid of its old vagrancy laws so the homeless can ask for money without fear of being ticketed Kevin killings elusive news radio came away that county vagrancy laws already the subject of a federal lawsuit filed by Clayton attorney Beavis shock there's been an ugly incident at a Mardi Gras parade on Mississippi's Gulf coast police are investigating it as a hate crime after a twelve year old African American girl was given a doll by a white man on a parade float Nicole fair can shore is the girl's mother it was the black doll dressed in like slate close with green beads around the neck representing the news is what I'm getting police in bay St Louis Mississippi are trying to identify the float that was involved in the incident Jim chrysalis CBS news large grand parade gets under way eleven Saturday morning followed by the annual so a liberation in that neighborhood from the Jefferson bank and trust business desk a peach farmer from Missouri bootheel lost his crop took on the giant of agriculture and one jurors decided that Bayer owner of Monsanto and be a S. F. knew that the weed killer die camera can turn into a gas drifted nearby fields and kill unprotected crowd there are internal Monsanto and the S. M. documents sales documents there's a Monsanto documents as well how do you sell this product to a farmer that doesn't need the weed resistance that's given here and the documents state protection from your neighbors attorney Paul Lesko we told you yesterday about the two hundred sixty five million dollars in damages awarded debater peach farms Lesko says about one hundred thirty more cases are on the way they're deciding whether to try to have in this class action status bear says it's disappointed in the jury's verdict and plans to appeal the Dow from Stiefel down one hundred six points to twenty nine thousand to ninety one now turn our attention to Roger branded the Stiefel traffic.
"peach farm" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Terms of additional frequencies and expansion this is definitely puts a Saint Louis at a disadvantage because of southwest being so at large here local travel writer Max Prosperi says it's a good plan for southwest to be conservative sense it's better to be surprised with good news than to have to scramble to cancel flights of the plane is not back the number is eye popping in Missouri jury awarding two hundred sixty five million dollars to a boot heel farmers says he lost his peach farm because his neighbors used a weed killer attorney Paul Lesko explains what di cambered drift is normally when you have a drug case where one farmer sprays in it a little bit and upon another field that's applicator error that's the farmer's fault but here no matter what a farmer does if you apply the product it's our allegations that if you apply the product even follow all the labels do all the instructions that I Campbell will volatile lies the wind will take it moved off target and it'll settle Crieff core base to bear cropscience the new owner of Monsanto was targeted along with German chemical maker B. A. S. F. bear says is disappointed in the jury's verdict and plans to appeal the case of bait peach farms near Cape Girardeau is just one of about one hundred thirty I can't the case is headed to trial coming up the new owners of Chesterfield mall have an ambitious vision this is the ability to create really more of an urban kind of an intense downtown area very similar downtown Clayton Moore on T. S. Jeez plans after traffic and weather together it's eight oh eight see this is traffic station KMOX bevel presents how to speak to animals that's a dog in Spanish it's he says with what hello that is god save well well well well more like with the G. well wow so that's a little check all these Trixie that sounds like a little smoke detector batteries in Spanish they say you do a very good budget with gravel speak to your dog cat girl friend best friend pretty much anyone in French Spanish German and more a hundred and fifty language experts in educators design battle to be the most.
"peach farm" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"From NPR news in Washington I'm Giles Snyder the US government is gearing up to pick up American citizens from the diamond princess cruise ship that's been quarantined in Yokohama Japan because of the corona virus and here's a simple the reports on today's announcement US officials say a chartered plane will arrive in Japan on Sunday evening for the evacuation the ship's captain announced the plan over the public address system of the three thousand five hundred people on board roughly ten percent are Americans the ship was quarantined on February fourth after ten passengers were diagnosed with the disease conditions on the ship of been deteriorating and as more passengers get infected the diamond princess has become the largest cluster of cases outside of China the announcement from the US embassy encourages American citizens to take this opportunity to disembark but it also adds that after twelve days locked on the boat they'll be subject to another two weeks of quarantine at the US military base when they return Jason Beaubien NPR news Hong Kong the visuals and friends say the corona virus has claimed its first fatality in Europe in elderly tourists from China who have been hospitalized in Paris three weeks ago secretary of state Mike Pompeii pushing back against misgivings in Europe about the trump administration's America first foreign policy is that the death of the transatlantic alliance is grossly over exact on fail spoke today at the Munich security conference a day after Germany's president opened the conference saying the US appears to reject the idea of an international community Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau facing pressure to force an end to rail blockades across the country doing carpet check reports Trudeau says the disruptions must be resolved through dialogue while rail travel has all but come to a halt talks to resolve the issue are about to start the opposition conservative leader Andrew Scheer has described the situation as a failure by the Trudeau government to act Trudel it knowledge the difficulties for the railways and travelers but said his government has no plans for police to move in to dismantle the blockades meetings have been scheduled between native leaders and federal cabinet ministers in Ontario Quebec and British Columbia the barricades went up after police in northern BC enforce an injunction against what's so what's an hereditary chiefs and their supporters who were blocking access to construction of a natural gas pipeline for NPR news I'm Dan carbon Chuck in Toronto Xers largest peach farm is one it's federal jury trial again sag giants B. A. S. at the Monsanto now owned by Bayer St Louis public radio's Kareem rough reports on the verdict of the first I camber related lawsuit to go to trial Peter firms lawsuit is one of many alleging day camp based weed killers drifted onto its farm in killed crops the jury found the ASF and Monsanto responsible for causing that damage in for conspiring to create a quote ecological disaster to increase profits hearing Saturday will decide how much the companies will pay in punitive damages this is NPR in the trial of former Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein is set to begin deliberations next week an attorney for Weinstein says now up to the jury to decide whether the rape charges against him stick evidence was all on.
"peach farm" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs
"It can wipe out your whole year and I'm I'm more up in the bill the night checking the weather app seeing what it is in Georgia. I sleep so well but was he says searching. What's amazing is a fifth generation family owned peach farm that if any generation had gotten everything they could out of the soil without thinking of the next generation then they wouldn't be able to be growing peaches on the same land you suck on the Nutri hats what's so they're always imbalance of when into feed our families today but we need to think about the next generation and so <hes> so yeah that's fascinated sommes? How does that play out in our lives? To how are we doing that. You'd have to have an answer. I'm just thinking about it. It's a good question like how are we. How are we can serving the some things even emotional? I'm not just talking about like using paper straws. Yeah I just think farmers probably understand God in life far better than the rest of us because they have to depend on all that and think about all that and they have no control over all that work and then I guess just a night. Take out your whole crop. There's nothing you can do nothing you can do. I mean you went from a desk this job yeah to a job where desktop where assuming you could kinda control everything that happened based on how hard you worked to now you you can't yeah I mean to an extent we can't I mean that eighty five percent loss year there. We took every piece they would send us. You know that was what it was most years. Though I mean we control our marketing and you know things like a book yeah has shelf life and that's exciting yeah. That's on a shelf for awhile and it's not gonNA rot yeah. That's right. It's not hanging on a tree waiting to get hailed a love yeah. That's right in control. I mean there is no control at the end of the day. You know we do it. We can market the way we can buy. Our FACEBOOK ADS and hope for the best but at the end of the day like Mother Nature Will Win Yeah. That's exactly right okay. Let's talk about the cookbook for starters. It's beautiful thinking and it has great shelf-life. It has totally fresh and there's so many great pictures if you guys in your family how'd you get all these recipes. Did you make them up. Are these all yours now. I mean a for eight summers. You know you're trying to sell a box or a bag and people when we going to do speeches and so you're right. You're always like oh my gosh. There's so much to do it so much more than just a cobbler Bob Ler look like <hes> but also but there's a reason and so always in my mind having ideas and thoughts and then <hes> got together with an incredible recipe developer an Tori Cox <hes> and <hes> <hes> me and her and our editor just can alike teased out the one hundred recipes and really looking for a balance of like Oh that's just so delicious and amazing and gluttonous to healthy wonderful the things you can do with your kids. You can feel about yeah and just ingredients that you have and but but also feeling like I'm making something really really special right <hes> I when we were when we were shooting the book we're making all these recipes clearly clearly to take pictures yeah and once the shot was taken. I devoured. I mean it was bad in well. I mean the team was like. Can I have a by. I'm like no. I ate half a pound cake. Hey girl did and then I remade it last week and did the same thing and I was like okay can't make the pound anymore. You came to dinner the other night and you're like I'm not hungry because I just made a desert. This is a countable side. The recipes developed like a dozen Nashville chefs put their recipes in so John Broadcast the most insane double cheeseburger with Ketchup. Oh Wow yeah Andy Wilson's peach vinegar which is amazing album couple different pastry chefs <hes> from Josephine from city house and anyways it yeah we're super proud..
"peach farm" Discussed on WSB-AM
"You know. Well, we just. I went down there too. I got the car group. I go to on Tuesdays Terron. How is the new year? One bed. You know, going down to go over there, the Marietta diner and a car club. Love the Marietta. Yeah. That's that's awesome. Maybe I'm gonna go to your house for Christmas. Thanks, please. Do that was fun. I'll bring you. Speaking of this has nothing to do with so dead. Got me the the link to abbots farms online dot com. This is the the peach farm in South Carolina that had passed on the freeway and eighty five and I didn't stop and I'm really mad, but I could order online. Check out the the beverage choices here, Tim. Okay. And let me know if you wanna place a big order right now. So if you want any of these let me know they have regular apple cider, which I'm probably not going to get I grew up on apple cider. I know what apple cider is about. They have Bing black cherry cider. That. Sounds good. Right. Yeah. I'm definitely ordering that they've got blackberry cider blueberry cider cherry, apple cider. No. This is what I'm really excited about Muscadet insider, you read Muscat grapes. They're so good grades. Grow wilder all over the place around here. Maybe, but I think they're the grapes. You can't eat the skin than have never had those. Yeah. So like the skin is inedible you've got to squeeze the the the the inside the it's so good. And then the peach cider, which I'm gonna order like Howard. I'm so intrigued by by peach cider, so what let me write this down. What do you want him? I wonder my Christmas gift to you. Thank you blackberry. Impeach. Why you want to all right? Blackberry. And what do you want the blackberry else here with Tim, two cups? Yeah. While get you your own. I'll only drink a couple of it with forgot you're a wack job. Longoria. What do you want the flavors again Muscat nine peach cherry, apple, blueberry, blackberry, Bing, cherry blueberry? Blueberry, longoria wants the blueberry cafes? Crystal wheeler. She's ignoring me, she gets done. Okay. So there you're going to put the order. All right. I wanna talk about the FCC. So we know the government shutdown been ongoing. Jamie Dupree is been updating all the details from Washington the capital no-one incite, blah, blah, the president wants his wall. The dams don't want to give it to him. I don't care how you feel about it. But this is actually starting to impact us now. I don't know if you knew this dab the FCC is closing down now. Oh, wow. Yeah. Yeah. So exactly. So the Federal Communications Commission which monitors and regulates radio broadcasts and broadcast is officially unmanned right now starting today. Oh, wow. They've they've closed out the offices. So I don't know if that means we can say, whatever we. Want now on the air because there's no one to monitor it, right except our boss except our boss. Yeah. I mean, of course, that would be a thing. But. Can they retroactively go back? Let's say the shutdown ends Thursday. Right. They go back to like, oh Aaron was in Vermont von Hessler. And he said this this and this what if Tim does it in Eric's voice? I think you did. Now, they don't sit and monitor every radios, you get in trouble is if someone sends taping complaints now, you guys have had a lustrous region. Have you ever had anyone file FCC complaint on you guys? Yeah. We've had a couple of complaints over the years, but nothing ever came out of him. No nothing today. Did you ever get contacted by the FCC asking about bosses did? Yeah. And you had to get copy. The audio audio send it to me whenever I got those emails, and I'm like what happened. What did we do you? Remember, what it was in regards to those past couple of years, there were a lot of different thing. Yeah. This is on a rock station. Guys, Ron told the line of propriety. I correct. Now, you know the.
"peach farm" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories
"E I do pontoon more company, a New Jersey chemical facility was recruited to produce Floride for the Manhattan project. Meanwhile, a short distance away, peach farmers noticed that their crops were suffering. The peaches weren't the only living thing that suffered once the nearby chemical plant began producing Floride cows horses, and even the people who ate the peaches grew sick Mildred Giordano who lived on one of the peach farms testified to reporters, quote, I remember our horses looked sick. And we're too stiff to work and quote in nineteen forty six Manhattan project officials investigated the peach farms to determine if there was any connection between the blighted crops and sickly animals and the Floride production a few hours away while there's no official wreck. Heard of this investigation or its findings supposed leaked memo dated August twenty seventh nineteen Forty-five suggests that Manhattan project officials knew they had poisoned civilians and covered up the dangers of fluoride poisoning in order to protect themselves from lawsuits conspiracy theory, number three for the past six decades, the United States government has stifled any investigation into the toxicity of Floride, and as even allowed the poisonous substance to be added to drinking water, even though they know that Floride is dangerous before we delve into.
"peach farm" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Sounds good. Yeah. You dropped. We already had Nance drop. A Hello friends at six thirty this morning, right. He's got a patent on that. You'd better be. Hi, guys. It's just doesn't make sense. Hi, guys, say, hi, hey, y'all how about hey, y'all. No, I'm not from the south from San Jose. So south bay. We Bonnie Joe went to concord high school, and she'll drop a y'all. She will. Say like Texas way, they're so little bit there, by the way, bunny going to Texas tonight. Yeah. Oh, you Texas celebrity softball game that MCI. Oh, that's a good deal. There is another expression. Yeah. There's another regional expression for any. I don't know if you've heard this one because it's kind of specific to San Francisco, but in San Francisco, we have we have an expression we use. We like starting pitchers. That's our expression. Have you heard that one? Starting pitchers. Yeah. I hate the can opener. I think it's absolutely brutal to the can opener like that. So should they started fires? So does that. No. You know, what I say with their situation like the raise situation where you don't really have a legit other than Blake Snell for the raise. But after that, it's like nothing, right. So with the as. I can't sit here and say they should have started fires because I mean, what he did throughout the year was was different. He hadn't shown that in a while. I'm just not big on the bullpen. And when it comes to the postseason. I just I feel like there's so much more to it. You could talk about the analytics and the numbers and everything about it. And it's great these guys in and people within the department spit out some unbelievable numbers. They don't have a number to quantify nerves adrenaline pressure. I mean, the Bronx last night that was old Yankee Stadium. If I'm not mistaken when you turn on the game, and you're gonna go remember the nine when they want it, and they had this brand new beautiful place in you're going seems dead. Doesn't seem like that. Yankee crowd judge. It's a Homer, and you're going, oh, God, it's back is it back, and it might not fully packed with that. That was insane. So anyway. I didn't like the Liam Hendriks. I I wish they would've started Trevino because the first ending for me in any elimination game is the most important if you got to get off on on the right foot, and I don't care how many times he did it during the season which Reno did when he came in. That's what I would have liked to seen at the start to set the tone. Like, hey, this is this is what we got. We're going to bring in our our best guy to face your best guys. And unfortunately, didn't work out. Well, man, it's kind of a weird one. But can you even like the one in fourteen in elimination games in the last fifteen games under the Billy Beane era? Is it just I mean, Billy says, it's a crapshoot. It's a crapshoot to crapshoot or it is. But at what point if you're in a crap shoot you do better than one in fourteen. You don't you at least went half the time and a crap shoot. So is there something to Billy not building? His teams are always young for starters. Maybe they get nervous. I don't know. Is there something to Billy just the way? He builds teams aren't October teams or. No. I think there's a mix of both. Yeah. I think he builds these teams that are built for one sixty two does he have the guy for that one game? I mean, usually, you know, early on he did with a couple of guys that he had they're pretty good. I just I don't know if you put it all on him. I think the the Lester Simard Asia. You know for cesspit as one you put on him. I mean that was that was a they beat it at one. But why did you get go out and try to get to guys for it? I just find it funny. I actually find it funny when you're one fourteen it's the I don't know if it's about luck anymore. It's a crapshoot on anything. I think there's something there. There's a there's actual belief every I think that number. You know, what I mean like that numbers rolled out everywhere and the Yankees hurt it and they're like, oh, yeah. I don't care if these guys have no association with it. Right. It's on them. Yeah. As have that autumn. It's that Mark. It's like, oh, man. We haven't done this. And when we didn't do this and went since oh my God. Jeremy Giambi didn't slide like it's on us. Now, that's one of those things he didn't touch home plate. Yeah. That's a tough one. He ran across the country, but didn't touch home plate. Is that still one of the craziest beats ninety two. All we checked in all the time on that. By the way, he's still posted in kind of d'etre tests from that his latest posts, he he he peeled off to a peach farm in Amish country and free pictures from that I was pulling mussels just watching him online. I was injuring might have been the. Come on the walk who needs the best was. And we went to probably three giants games since he did that. And I walked my kids over the left field. You'll bridge in my little guy. Six now said daddy is this where your friend jumped in and a scuba suit. He's yeah. He did right off of this bridge. And then shirt..
"peach farm" Discussed on Hi Haters
"And I know one of the markers of their house was that they use the have my, my grandma was a latchkey kid and the nineteen fifties. When she was born and her mom and dad both went to work, they live like pretty near peach farm. So she stayed home a lot of times very young brothers and sisters, and they would tell like, well, who's my momma? That's what my nanna would say. Like who's my mama, and they would give her this bottle of syrup that Ngoma syrup company. Yeah, and they would fill it with sand. It'd be like, this is your mom. So in her kitchen. In in her house. She had all these different Angie, mama's like everywhere. And if you touch, don't touch my momma, my mama. And now in my brain, I think this entire kitchen is nothing, but Andrew momma, but there's probably like two or three that are in there. But now I think there's like one hundred shrine to, yeah, yeah. And of course, my first memory is someone I love singing to me about how I'm beautiful. Beautiful Katie is so yeah, I don't know. Maybe that's all my head I had. I had quite the mole on my face when I was young when I was a young, go got removed. That's how big it was. I'm gonna grouse. It was very. Hey, huge. I wish I forget that you can see the scar on the side of my face still. I literally twirl in my fingers like stash that long. If you shaved it would come back. It would start coming back. Yes toilet, and I used to tell the kids in school that I was like. That was just part of my haircut, I told the hairdresser to cut cut around like to give me like an island of hair, they're like. That was rough. So how old were you when you got it removed? Probably too old. Like my parents were big fans of like you're all the way you are. And then once people really started catching on that, like that was weird, you know, a loving, please help me get rid of this thing. I used to like sit with my hand like this all the time, cover it up, but I've probably probably rubbed it made it irritated and grew it more probably like Chia pet probably harvested your own mar, probably so holy moly. It was a rough time, but I think I was like eight or nine by the time it got removed, but it's probably floating somewhere in. A little jar. Anybody wants to bid. Yeah, I think people would go nuts over that. I haven't big mole on my leg right now, and I used to be super self conscious of it because people would be people would constantly tell me, oh, you l looks like you have a tick on your leg like no, just my bumping mole. Yeah, yeah, that's Kevin. Tick. They don't believe remove on them. And this is cruelty, free cruelty, free leg right here fury for the. But yeah, that's I didn't think I was going to blurt out about my mall..
"peach farm" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Three today. Partly cloudy. Chilly tonight, fifty nine Saturday, seventy five eighty inland. Partly cloudy and Sunday, sunny, not even partly sunny, but sunny, seventy seven looks like a sweet sweet weekend sweeter than a fresh dry packed now sweeter than a fresh scallop. Got some great information on seafood, maybe we'll get some more. Now, we have Mark in Everett's. How you doing Mark? How're you doing Brenda? Good morning, sir. Going to give a comment on that call you had a couple of callers ago about the seafood. Yes, sir. What do you think? Oh, we last test your back though. I'm back. I'm sorry. It's to sell service. I have down here. I'm on the road. Sounds good wireless there. So yes, he seemed to give a lot of great information about seafood and fruit. What are your thoughts on on it? Discolored? She was one hundred percent about the dry scholars. I've been a fisherman. So many many years, I'm a captain on the Gloucester Massachusetts. And that's the best way to get him. In a real good way. Eat them his rock. Okay. You say that. I just wanna make sure you're a fisherman. You go out on boat for many many years, and you guessed. Okay. Great good. Yes. I do and he had a bunch of places to run to reg best is one of the best places in Boston to pick up your seafood in Bradley at the market goes, I have to be with you. If you go get your food down there. You got a consumer today you get because it won't last too. The next day. It's at the peak of its shelf life when you're picking up down there at Haymarket, and it does, and it doesn't I feel like they know that it's somehow the people at the main produce center know that it's mealy and they put it out because it's mealy not just oh because I don't get good stuff at all. Got to get rid of it. It's at the end of its time. But he ended up it's time they have to get rid of it. Then as far as the first down there. Don't do. It don't ever do it. That stuff from the bottom of the barrel. The plan that don't ever do it. It's not even local comes from Canada comes from South America. But a time you get it. It's two weeks old. All right. So reds best and wolves. Washers. Very good. I'm a big fan of reg best. I do a lot of business with them. Super expensive. If you go down to hop whom brewery is in south Boston district. Yeah. If you go down to their wholesale place down. There are down the pitch. It wouldn't be fully. If you go to the other place, you're gonna pay. Yes. But if you go down to their host back, you go down there, and you'll get a much cheaper wholesale one hundred percent, if you put out there, there's a few places that you could go into you can go see Tory at primanti foods, North Atlantic seafood, right in the fish pier. He'd Tori primanti hundred. Yeah. Name. R E M A N T E Bramante. The family themselves on six or seven commercial fishing boats. Very strong Boston's feeling in the seafood business. Good. Very very name. Hold on. Okay. Good. Just wanna let you know. I enjoy your show. I listen all the time and that Schefter called you. I didn't get it name. He was one hundred percent on point beautiful. Hey, can you. Listen to busy out on the in about one. Yes, I listen to it all the time. Did you ever call when you're out there? I could last time I talked to you about ten years ago when I was out there. While you feel free to call from the boat. And especially if there's something interesting like you got stuck by a flying, fish or. High-seas or something, you know, absolutely one of these days one of these days, I'll give you a call. I'll stop by bringing a couple of times to take on for you and your family and Mark Mark the producer. I talked to him earlier. Yes. I spoke to him early. Absolutely. How big is your boat? Fifty five foot. How many people on it? What? People crew fooling myself. How far do you mean? Anywhere between three miles and one hundred twenty miles Pennzoil fiction. Could be right on top the nips which bay. A week and be on the other side. Alex shows New Hampshire. In the middle banks. Do you ever go ahead of time? How far are you coming out? Absolutely. We plan the trip ahead of time over going. We always know it would be a total waste of fuel. Otherwise. Right. That's right. So, hey, maybe sometime if it's a short trip, I could go out with you. If you're just calling for the day. Absolutely not. Small boat. It's mostly more day Dana opt trips to days sometimes. Day. I I can't stay overnight. Today's fine. I do day trips all the time. Most of the day trips had done in the wintertime in the springtime wintertime. Good. He gets a fifty five foot ship vote. Yes. It is. Would you put on the blackout can if you want to ship boats? Thanks a lot Mark. Take your belly. Nice talking to you. Okay. Now, we are learning a lot about. Fish now, previously chef. Hold on. He mentioned a place called. Peach farm in Chinatown, he liked it. I looked up the. I'm looking at the menu, and they have some pretty wild stuff. They have steamed Blackfish what's that? They have all the regular stuff. They have other things called number one tidbits at seven twenty five. They had crab Rangoon and all that. But they have deep fried oysters. They have I don't I can't eat fried stuff though. I think I want I want the whole. They say they have pan-fried Seekonk. I'm looking for the whole the price. I can't find it. But it seems to be a pretty reasonably priced place in general the stuff. It looks like the staff you usually get. For nine bucks is more like seven bucks or maybe it's reasonable Seekonk. And black bean sauce signed me up for that twelve ninety five. Yes. It's a big advertisement for this place. I don't care. Fish had you can buy a fish head just a fish head call for price. How much would that be? And you can get a fish Ma how is that different than a fish head to somebody out there. That knows that. Beef beef curry? Spicy salty shrimp. Chop and squid all together, twenty bucks. That's the most expensive thing. I can see I'm not seeing the whole waster. It's all right. I'll go in there and ask him about it. So it's three forty and we have. And rasi. Hi, calling about his nothing like really fresh scallops. And I just I, you know. Ordinary. You know, grocery stores is a big. Sales in my opinion. I live in roslindale and. Does a firm nearby Allen L and Jordan seafood, they sell seafood every here every Wednesday. And there you can go there and Wednesday and get fresh scallops. On that day from New Bedford, and they are wonderful, and you know, I've gone into grocery stores in these strikes scalp. Shouldn't you know, they don't even know what that means? So Jordan brothers, seafood. A lot of farmers market around the boss scenario. In a pinch. I think that whole foods and Wegmans has good quality fish. I I got some scholars from one of those this weekend. And they went out good compared to ones seafood place. They were they were bland, and they did have a little bit of a taste. I think that's what I thought which which I don't want to descend on. Okay. All right. Okay. So I would recommend Jordan brothers. If you just Google them. You can see doing tons of places, and you can get scholarships and lots of other things too that are extraordinarily fresh. I mean, if you wanna get good scholarships. It's not cheap. You gotta pay for. But it's wonderful. Hey, thanks a lot. Appreciate it. Thank you, and roslindale WBZ, NewsRadio WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty. Yeah. I might have to put on my big boy pants and go to. A wholesaler seafood wholesaler. Tried to write down that name that. The guy the gentleman gave me in. I know I. Now, my big boy pants. Now, they're kind of my big boy pants are made out of denim. And they have straps now. Like farmer pants. Actually when I think of him. I think of kind of yellow fisherman pants is when I think of Gloucester fisherman pants. That's what I think of when big boy pants. What are little boy pants? Now. Wait little both hands halves suspenders not. Oh, right. Right. Right. Little boy pants shorts. Like like a like a young kid in in. Like, Sweden, right? Yeah. All right. Six one seven two five four ten thirty. We have no callers, you'll be it'd be I. Scallops are my thing my ladies things lobster, but that's only because we have trouble getting good scallops. You got to pay. She's kind of right? I got to get the best deal. I can. So, but the thing is there's no point in paying a little bit less and getting junk, I think you'll all agree 'cause it's really was shocking. We went, and it might have been Lambert's is anybody know of a Lambert seafood, we went to a Lambert seafood, and it was spectacular is just jumped out at you. The flavor. And there was some others from what I thought was a high end supermarket kind of a chain. And we were all excited because we thought they're all going to be good. They weren't the ones from the supermarket chain didn't shrink that much, but they just tasted rubbery. And maybe certainly bland. But maybe with a hint of bleeds. It's true. Now, you know. And you got to watch out in this life because everyone everyone everyone try to stick it to you high low and in between. You gotta be so aware. They must laughing side when you walk up and plunked down thirty bucks for some scallops knowing that their junk. So now, I'm going to be Marcus food. Snob. I'm going to be a seafood snob. And he says MAC says we should we deserve to because we live in the bay state. That's a good point. Now, let's take a break. And during the break a figure out if I'm going to go over the. The produce market behind Sullivan square today. He says fifteen minute walk. I wonder if that's true because that's key. Is it really a twenty minute walk? That's pretty long for the early morning. Is it really a ten minute walk? That's super doable. Does anybody know exactly how far away from Sullivan station, the produce market really is. All right. It's WBZ News Radio. Ten thirty. We gotta talk. What did we get? Mr bradley. Jay Jay talking. With Bradley, Jay WBZ, NewsRadio ten thirty. Accompanies physical work environment has a tremendous impact on productivity prophets and employee recruitment and retention. We're all.
"peach farm" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"WBZ indeed three oh, eight o'clock. Mike Lavalle is your producer. I'm the host Bradley Jay as we ease into another weekend. So everybody's on the edge of this eat now, including Mark and me. Trying to find out about scallops because it's so hard to find good scallops, and I don't wanna get burned on scallops anymore because that's always -fensive, and I have them for my birthday. It's my big birthday dinner. And I don't want to be like those were bads call up some my birthday dinner. So I'm really excited to find out from Chuck and Belmont. Who's a chef? How to find more about the difference between the goods call ups in the bed scallops, and how to find the good dry pack scallops, so take it away. Yeah. It's kind of like trying to get the best wines the best starting places to make friends with somebody who has a wine shop, and then Tom what you're looking for. So if you make friends with good fish purveyors, and like the one at the Boston public market, they're great and just tell them what you want. And when you want them, they'll they'll source out the best scouts ratio. They'll get the dry pack, which is what you want because they haven't been washed in any preservative. They haven't been frozen the drive pack ones have been frozen freezing. Really destroys the texture of the meat. And then when you cook scallops all the water runs out of them, and it leaves him, very mealy. So you want super fresh scallops? But if you tell them, you get a good fish purveyor, and you tell them when you want them another good fish purveyor over in Brooklyn is wall state been in business for like one hundred years. So this seems crazy expensive to me. Are they are they not? I mean, they are kind of expensive. But I mean the best way to eat scallops. And I'm a chef the best way for my perspective to eat them raw. So I like them super super fresh, obviously, he just little lemon and olive oil marinate burbs. But if you're going to broil them, you you want scallops that you really could eat raw because you're going to cook them rare, right, right? So even if you. Do you want the highest quality? If you get to know, a decent fish purveyor who's in your neighborhood, or you know, if you need to travel, they just tell them this is what I'm looking for. Okay. Paxi scalp. Still get you some sea scouts that were in the water that day, that's cool. And then the other thing is you want divers scallops if you can get them. The difference in the divers cows that divers actually go into water, and they grab the scallop. So they're going by you know, the kind of scored their way jet their way to the water table. The other scallops are dredged they drop a net, and they'd tragic them up with a whole bunch of mud, and they may drag them for a while before they bring them up, and they can case kind of muddy so divers scouts are more expensive. But they're worth it because the flavors amazing and sculpture, so rich, you don't need a lot of really really rich. I'm really excited. Now, you eat them raw Ecorse. Yes. I used to be super big super bag into that was my thing. I'm yeah. But now, I got I got sick not always is. But I just got a little taste of what real sick from food. And you hear about. Been bad. With scallops. I fishermen who never eat anything raw. But go eat scallops raw scallops is they're real sweet. And they have a beautiful flavor destroyed when you cook them all the way through when you see like bay scallops, which are like little bon-bons from the cedar so delicious. But like in a clam shack somewhere a lot of times though by the bay scallops win. They're cheaper some season any freeze them. So they may have been in a freezer for a year or more. You really don't want those Ross right and people used to the fried scallops. He get clam shacks. But when you get scouts rather, see you can eat those raw, and it really isn't an issue. So why why is it not an issue where it is with other stuff? Okay. So with what we call scallops, actually, just the doctor muscle. It's the muscle that moves the show up and down, and it's very powerful. And that's why scallops. So the only by valve mollusc Quebec, swims if you well it moves through the water table because clamps down so hard. So whenever you have whole muscles. Let's say like steaks, you can eat rare or almost raw because the whole muscle. It's not ground in a lot of Oregon's around. Yeah. Would you eat an oyster you're eating all the organs to so they can be muddy and affected by the water around him almost always when you get sick from an oyster. It's because they're in water that they shouldn't be in. There was this one restaurant years ago and won't mention it. But it was considered the best restaurant in the entire world. But they sent like nine hundred diners to hospital because they were getting. Oysters from a place that was near some sewage. You know, I think I know the place I think how the playoffs. So it always you want the cleanest most pristine east coast. Oysters are great because they tend to be from very cold, very pristine waters. But you're eating the whole animal, whereas with scallops you're just eating that muscle now. The other foot side of that is for me. If you're gonna cook stops at that's way, is to get whole live scallops take the top shell off and take the belly off and fishmongers will do this for you. But to have what we call the scallop, which is the muscle in the row in the spring the orange row scalp down. Yeah. What if you boil them together? It's amazing. It's almost like having a scallop Pat on the side. Where can you get the whole scallop in the show again? If you ask go fish purveyor use it can get him for because they'll do is. They'll look for ones that have a lot of ro. They'll source it for you. How do they not? In in Chinatown. You can get hold scallops. Most of the restaurants Chinatown do whole scholar. Would you buy them there? Yeah. Because they get them all year round. And they don't always have row, but they do coal scout spoiled with like ginger and scouting. And so you would trust the. Hygiene of the scallops scallops. When you go to Chinatown, if you eat the kinds of things that the Chinese eat. They're pretty good about it because they're eating so things like periwinkles like little snails. Those are usually pretty good Royal whole Scarlets pretty good because most Americans don't go for it. And. The thing is stuffed American eat Chinese don't go for. So we're limited by limited quantities. And there's a fast turnover of it. So where can I get whole scallops in Chinatown? Why would I are they cheaper there? Well, no, you want somebody to cook them for you. You know, that's. Still gonna be a little bit pricey. But the thing can you need all scallops. It has a different flavor almost tastes like waster. And you're you're only going to get a couple of them as an appetizer. Maybe two three of them something like that. So you get sound like you've got a big play the scallops you have a recommendation for a place. Yeah. Always peach farm, so he's. Oh. Farmers the place where pretty much every chef goes in Chinatown Chinatown. Pizza. Yeah. Means called Peachtree Peachtree fire. So is that a is that a restaurant? Yeah. That's the name of that. And it's one of those places where you go in a first thing. Chefs does is he looks through the swinging doors into the kitchen and their kitchens, always real clean and the food. There is always good. And it's been a chef haunt for decades. So that's the place that everybody on the chefs go. Wow, I learned so much. There's a lot to know. So there's before you go we had a caller say where can I get the dry pack scallops, and you said wolf's, and you said, yeah. Wolfson Brookline and then also read Steph in the. The public market over obey. We're Haymarket is. But it's in the building. Yeah. Pasta. In south Boston. There's a lot of fish Lambert's. If you just ask them. If you just ask them, you know, that they have like a counter where they serve, you know, people either cutting him back for the because a lot of them do just industrial sales to March restaurants, and that kind of thing, but a lot of them have a little counter, they'll sell the customers, just commend. So what's a good one Boston? I don't really go there that much because I buy right from fishermen. Lamberts? Yeah. That sounds familiar. All right. Boy. Anything with an Irish name and south is going to be good for. All right. Well, thank you. Can I throw in one power ballad suggestion? Yeah. Absolutely. From jets. That's good. Absolutely. Thank god. I would buy me out if I had to tell you know. Wasn't restaurant in wherever it is. Yeah. It's urban J E R B A L. See we're right in the centre of Boston right across the street from park plaza. We just got the best of Boston award for best Italian from Boston magazine, and the improper so you can look up there aren't there. I walked by there all the time. If I pop in when do you work? I'm there every night school. Boy. That's great, man. Thank you very much. All right. Take care has a good one Erbil Luce. Over at five. I think I have a thing to do tonight. Boy, I I can't I'm so thankful for his information. Never again. Never again, supermarkets scallops. I'm tired of being ripped off. Guy was good, right, Mark. And Mark Mark's very much. Food dude. I remember everything he said, I don't need notes. Peach farm. Tyler Mark already looked it up. So as urban impeach him. I had to cancel my trip. Go to these places. Let's take a break and. Talk to him. Let's see Bob in Florida. Cates. WBZ?.
"peach farm" Discussed on Here & Now
"Russia's entry into the Syrian civil war in two thousand fifteen was a game changer. Remember how Moscow's airstrikes and support tip the balance in President Bashar Assad's favor. The rebels who've been trying to oust Assad are now down to their last stronghold. It lube in the north and Syrian government forces are getting ready for a major offensive to drive them out. So what does it end game here? Does Russia now own Syria, the BBC's Moscow correspondent Steve Rosenberg, spent a week with the Russian military traveling across Syria. He joins us now from Moscow and Steve isn't a question too. Provocative, does Russia own Syria when it's a good question in so much as it's Russian firepower, which really turned the course of the civil war. And so President Assad really owes a lot to to Moscow unto Russia's help. And I think the Russians certainly feel that offset Amaechi operation which is gone on navy, three years. Russia is in the driving seat and Russia should dictate what happens next and to a to a large extent there, right? Because the Russians of the only country in the region, the conspiracy to everybody, all the players, whether it's Iran or Israel Turkey or Syria. Well, and as we know to the US, Russia can speak to the US and we should say Russia was in the driver's seat on this trip that you went on, it was organized by Russia. You were with the Russian military, but where did they take you? What did you see? You see, right? I mean, big disclaimer. You know, we saw what the Russians wanted us to see what the Russians wanted us to see was a country with Syria. Gradually returning to normal was peace returning to to a large part of the country. So for example, we would take into an ice cream factory, serene ice cream factory to show how the. Syrians will making lovely ice cream. We would take into a cable and transformer factory which we were told have been taken over by the rebels. At one point in the civil war, the rebels had been pushed out in the factual is now working. Again, I'm, we will take an to a peach farm and we were told this peach femme employed a lot of people in the area and a lotta people from across Syria. We were told it was another example of life gradually returning to normal. But of course, as we traveled across this country me to do a lot of traveling, we went from Damascus down to the border with Israel and with with Jordan and then to the border with Lebanon up to the north of Syria, you could see out of the window of the bus, you know the scale of destruction. And so you know to talk about a country like this, like Syria, returning to normal after a half, a million people have been killed and more than twelve million Syrians pushed from their homes. How can you have no malice off to that. It's gonna take a long time to bring this country back well, but the as you said, that's not the image that Moscow wanted to project to you. They wanted to project to you that there was some sense of normalcy and let's listen to another visit. This is to a textile factory near Aleppo. The director Bassem del Wallaby had this to say to you about Russia's intervention in Syria. Has a video and put control. They keep the order. They came here and help senior people. They are our friends. We didn't hear anybody saying the opposite view. But what was interesting was there were moments in the chip where our hosts out guides seem to be working too hard. For example, the Russians wanted to show us that it was safe enough now in Syria for the millions of refugees, Syrian refugees who fled the country to return home. So for example, we would take an to the border with Lebanon untold that refugees all returning across this border when we got there since we got out of the bus, a group of students started cheering and chanting we were told this was a welcoming party, welcome party of young people what can welcoming home refugees. And so we also where all the refugees and one local officials said, well, they'll becoming just in a moment and, hey, presto, a few minutes later, whole convoy of buses appeared crossing from Lebanon with Syrian refugees who then got off the bus. Some of them holding. Portrait of President Assad. The whole thing seemed to be rather orchestrated and timed the rival of of us journalists now..
"peach farm" Discussed on KSRO
"Thirty six in my house so i don't worry too much nineteen thirty six i like your spats i tell ya the other thing that's great about this weather i have to tell you i'm having gayle sullivan on my show this saturday ed sullivan's daughter not even remotely she is the co owner impropriety tress that's under say of dry quick peach the the only the only dedicated peach farm in sonoma's county talked about them before i've talked about them she and her husband raise the most extraordinary fruits and this kind of spiky heatwave is really great for the fruit so it's a sparse year because of what happened in march with the rain in the blossoms and all that stuff but as they say the fruit is cheers as we say in in canarsie do we see that it can i see i don't think we do so that's what i'm gonna have gale sullivan from dry creek peach she's gonna talk about steve you'll love that she's going to talk about her frozen blaney mets i don't think you can say that on the radio what no not not believe me no no no bolini late like echo for harry's bar peach puree gotcha yeah right or any i think it's an anyway with the bikini right we we yeah you did we're gonna take a break we'll be back with clark wolf van his guest hank birnbaum from the fought afford the fart festival notes fort ross festival and it seems like some of the other people are invading so i have to go let them in the dark okay we'll be back on the dr michael green's back in the chaos arrow traffic center and they are wrapping up this crash over in the west county river road and there were some one way traffic controls west of mira bell and we still see a heavy westbound ride before mirabella out to the accident scene before martinelli eastbound looks to be moving much better so it looks like it's more of a westbound issue now and they did need a flatbed to out there south one zero one after that hit and run before college the backup still about airport boulevard and heavy on the northbound side as well from about golf course as you head out towards baker suddenly really heavy traffic over on highway twelve hours between oakmont in melita will keep our eyes open for a new problem and lakeville road is just getting pounded by an overturned vehicle up near erni tin bar this is just south of that lakeville stage gold split at one sixteen so the top of lakeville road and the northbound backup now is almost all the way down to highway thirty seven and there is some southbound slash eastbound slow approaching the scene of that crash just south of that ernie's tin bar intersection and right now they're young people across the world facing a tough choice continue their dreams of education or drop out.
"peach farm" Discussed on KSRO
"The bellini the distillery process that you really can't sell it retails at right burners so you don't waste it obviously goes into the solar profits a really good thing and so is it aged it'll would barrel right that's what he that's what he's that's what he's doing and he's kind of refining the process to so this is the first batch and i think this this is two thousand seventeen so two thousand eighteen he'll be further refining the process to and does the varieties of peach have anything to really do with the finished product or it's not really i mean in this case he's mixing all the different varieties so it's not it's not one varieties specific it's more dry creek peaks but it does pick up a a peach flavor which is pretty intense but you need volume yeah we tend to have a lot that he can use well you know i know we're organic and yeah there's a lot of fruit that we can't necessarily sell the prep is nasty so what happens he crushes all this fruit you truck it to him he actually comes and picks it up we we put it all in in these buckets and then he'll come and pick it up and then he has he he works with it he pits it and cleans it up and mass rates it and let's at age and he sends it through his process so yeah i think he'll you may like it well this is really exciting so when do when do you think it will be on the market or have no idea how well the product is done i think the label just got approved very soon once it's yeah so this yeah yeah you have to go through a special licensing process to sell this well we don't have a yes he's going to sell it because we don't have a liquor license says so where granite peach farm he's he does have it the distillery healdsburg ally alex in what i can't even see just call dry creek beach and produce oh yeah i mean this is my own little handmade label 'cause we the lakers have have not yet been printed so they're on their way to being printed that's going to be the label oh no he has his own label this is my own so sweet it's a woodblock cut that you don't yeah this is my well yeah my silkscreen myself screen from the for my class at the santa rosa junior college it's charming i do i i said that to you i thought that's the label except that you know there's so many regulations about labelling type size right all of that has to have all the warnings and everything so it it would need a lot more text than that well we should probably eat something healthy after a little alcohol right so why don't you pay what are we going to taste like a plum i love this plum so this is this is the this is the santa rosa oh yeah which is just so what's the story behind the santa rosa plum isn't there a great story the luther burbank yeah luther burbank's many plums though and many fruits that he really created and sort of blended how would you describe that his hybridise them and so kept crossing captain he was on that man you know just and i think the thing that is amazing about it you have to keep track of it all these crosses that he made i know but when he found was that were and i think this is close i think it's one of the most beautiful not only in its color but in its flavor sweetheart you taste the sweet and you taste the tart and they they're on these spectrums but it's it's kind of master so can i ask because you you have taught us in the past that you cannot ripen peach once it's been picked so unfortunately a lot of peaches get picked green so they can ship them but they'll never ripen what about plums can you pick those a little sooner i wouldn't think so stone fruits yeah typically they're not like a banana or repair certain fruits where they will actually physically ripen and change off the tree and that does not help with stone can't put it can put them in a bag with an apple down changes so that those are fruits that don't.
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"In evacuation living in tents for two years along route nine howell a dozen homeless are scrambling for a plan b the township owned land auctioned off town council is expected to approve the move later this month how will township says it's not in a position to offer another piece of land steve brigham who oversees the homeless camp says he feels a responsibility to come up with a solution for the residents the man attempting to purchase the land offered them a thousand dollars a piece to help with the transition but they said no thanks a homeless here they want to work for a living nobody here gets any government money they don't want any government money brigham says many of the residents are working every day but they need to make about twenty one dollars an hour in the area to afford the basic necessities of life in howell dino flam new jersey one zero one point five news family members of a woman missing since sunday in new jersey say they are in a state of pure panic and hoping the public help april's and pheno left rehab facility in lafayette with a man sunday night and has not been in contact with their family since her sister wrote on facebook they have no idea if she's in trouble or even alive we've got full details and a description at nj one zero one five dot com where are tom's peaches tom holzhauser has a peach farm in mollica hills he'd harvested about a week's worth of peaches when somebody stole them he's asking anybody who may have seen a strange car or truck in his fields to let him know so maybe you can try and get his crop back every major car manufacturer in america is now selling some version of an electric vehicle but only about fifteen thousand electric cars are registered in.
"peach farm" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"And and claim that somehow the kit from starbucks you don't want shaw avenue is dying to go out and pick peaches and sanger just it's just live stream but when he got out to the feels rate he set darn it all the jobs are taken by mexican about their when you talk to peach farms about that they don't know whether to laugh or cry because we are complete deluded ourselves into thinking somehow that this generation of kids are the last one are going to go out there and do those jobs the crime and remedy it gotcha the problem we always come back to that we would want to talk about that but what are we talking about him it's their gangbangers and then what are we want to talk about keeps finally because nobody wants to talk about the fact that garcia's the rocket would not have been a san francisco in the first place if he hadn't gone looking for a job oh we're going to take a quick news break here we'll continue for a little bit longer with rubin everett on the other side uh your calls very quickly four nine zero fifty eight fifty those of you on the line stay put with news here's liskeard thank you may firefighters across southern california are battling six major wildfires brutal santa ana winds expected to continue fanning the flames through saturday the lilac fire in san diego county is at zero containment after consuming some forty one hundred acres gal fires kendall board cesar when a tornado hits the midwest's there's no stopping it whenever a cane hits east coast there's no stopping at us the santa ana winds come in there's no stopping them of course owners are scrambling to rescue and evacuate hundreds of animals twenty nine horses died during the creek fire those rescued suffered severe burns and were treated for smoke inhalation dehydration and stress lee's responding to the creek and screwball fires in la helped pets endanger hundreds including donkeys even llamas if filled college facilities county fairgrounds and.