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"raymond scott" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:31 min | 9 months ago

"raymond scott" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"J. Simmons in his a fullback Jones is in as the running back split backs. McKee fakes the handoff. Tanner steps up Launches Open man is Higgins He's got it in USC territory down the right sideline and he pushes forward to the Trojan 40 yard line before Isaac Taylor Stewart finally brought him down. Nice job by Tanner McKee Scott from the near hashing through it to the far numbers. That was a downfield throat. He had to drop it over an up back. But drop it in. And so that the guy behind him couldn't come in here and pick it off. Of course, Higgins makes you pay if he's running, punishing. So that was 38 yards. The interesting thing I say it was a play fake, but he faked it to no one. There was no running back there when he faked a handoff. He's learning. It all works. 1st and 10 Stanford on the move again, snapping Take the handoff. McKee bounces off a tackler. He'll run it inside. The 40 slides down on a not a good looking slide at about the 38 37 yard line. And Bryce. Prices need brace slid down and Walter rouses trying to repair it. Good job by The key. Scott sliding before As I see guys to work on the slide that he sort of planted that leg. You don't want to tear up in the I don't know. I don't think I don't know if they play baseball high school. I'm going to say he didn't think Based on that. Humphries is in there as a wide receiver. They got two fullbacks Simmons and family both on the field turn handed to Jones and Jones got popped immediately. Is that your foe? And always Margon. That was just pads on paths. I mean, I'll tell you what if Austin Jones could make Marga Miss, he might have taken into the house because the rest of the blocking was there. There was nobody else. Nice job by the middle linebacker making a play. It brings up third down and eight And potentially four down territory. The line of scrimmage is the U. S. C. 37 watched John Humphreys near side Scott. We saw McKee throw to Humphries to his left successfully in Dallas last week. Interesting. Three receivers play clock down to three McKey blitz comes gets rid of it, as in he's hit, as he Through as Raymond Scott dictum Wolf landed in complete. So what do you do? It's fourth and seven. Stop with him, and you know, we've seen this movie many times before, and the answer is always the same. We're going to run it. Yep. Word to be a field goal of the A 54 yard or which we know Cardi has the leg for But approach on electing to bring on the point of Ryan Sand Board. You know you can discuss and debate. You know the decision to put inside the 40. We see it frequently, but What's striking to me is the frequency with which Stanford drives stall between the 35. The 40 of the opponent's Stanford jumps, so they're gonna be pushed five yard patch, which is irrelevant at this point, right? I mean, it is worth 45 offense. Old idea of proving over the years, so many Stanford drives have stalled in that exact five yard stretch of field. I remember us game at Palo Alto, right? Where it was like three times in the first half, felt like So now it's at the USC 42.

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"raymond scott" Discussed on D4WH - A Doctor Who podcast

D4WH - A Doctor Who podcast

03:58 min | 9 months ago

"raymond scott" Discussed on D4WH - A Doctor Who podcast

"Off their loved ones. He's getting yeah. I'm sorry chris that'd be made. If anyone even hits me. I get angry i would be soon cranky and what about a eunuch here when you get stabbed you just bleed and die that all you do. I now take out their loved ones. I'll blade pfizer of ethics monster. Die while you're down family you live. I'm going to bleed joel wick. John week i am very john wick. I do believe yes. It takes to get me angry but if he tried to kill me. Yeah yeah that would work all right. I need to know exactly. Where or your family. I am taken you every new. Thank you very much. that's it oh that's my plan. I get nakir angry. I'm like my biggest. Love is scott driscoll in the valley. And then as soon as you sticker on scott driscoll you like i do actually love no stopping and it's like a sitcom where you have to like. No don't kill scott driscoll around until the story of my life that is rivalry to halfway through. The story should actually get it wrong. 'cause x. redcliffe impeach driscoll also leaves the greatest the greatest storytelling. I jump off the bridge. Kill myself and then scott emerges from a bush and then gives nakir one hundred bucks office in way say scott comes out of the bush puts on his christopher martin costume and he lives a double life as you ends well. That would be fun. Then he's part of in per mafia and have much sleep. Not chris living a double life. Strange the chris martin now sleeps all night. Disco sleep so weird that anyway canada's strangely sink always really close to each other and now and now christopher martin sounds exactly like. I've never seen them in this. I'm ruined together when he does yesterday on. Bury my body. My good friend chris and the same raymond scott looked at. Chris looked completely post really could make to. Chris was playing islamic. You just book shows whereas fuck. Why do i keep doing this diggings body. I always think i'd be like the family guy. Any fights chicken. Yeah that'd be it. I'd be whoever it was fighting. The moral tampa fed destig- all right today is episode. We are looking at utopia season. Three episode eleven directed by graham haba and written by russell davies originally aired on the bbc. Saturday june. two thousand and seven. We started we always do with a short synopsis. The doctor and martha arrive in cardiff. Two thousand seven recharge the tatas jack. Harkness tries to make contact with the doctor but ends up sending them to the father's reaches of time and space further than anytime would has been before here. The final remaining humans are surviving against the future kind professor. Yana and his assistant. Chantoiseau are preparing the rocket to them all to utopia the signal out amongst the dying stars and their last hope. The professor janas backstories mackey. He doesn't remember anything and he has a full watch. Similar to a chameleon arch in the end. The doctor will learn that. He and yana pretty simla. In fact you are not alone ana.

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"raymond scott" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

04:41 min | 10 months ago

"raymond scott" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Manner still in his teens. George barnes began playing and arranging music for radio skills. That served him well. In new york studios later right after world war two he led a whimsical raymond. Scott laycock tet playing musical clockworks like intricacies of threshing machine George barnes moved to new york in the fifties and immediately got busy recording and broadcast studios playing on literally thousands of sessions. He's in the band on bob. Dylan's first single nineteen sixty. Two's mixed up confusion in the sixties. Barnes made a frantic multiple guitar album and played guitar. Duos with carl or bucky pitzer early in his last years in the seventy s barnes co-lead relaxed quartet with cornet ruby. Braff our other hundredth birthday guitarist mary. Osborne came up in the boomtown of mine. Not north dakota. She picked up her dad's facility with stringed instruments early and started appearing on radio singing and playing guitar. The teenage osborne played a little jazz violin. Until she heard oklahoma's charlie christian play electric guitar with abandoned bismarck in no time. She bought one of her own and was sitting in learning at aside. She and charlie became friends despite differences in age and race in the nineteen thirties. Heartland charlie christian showed marie. Osborne had a solo as guitar. Were a horn. A linear approach with some voice inflections. And mary osborne on blues and mary's flat nineteen forty-six by the early forties. She moved to new york playing jam. Sessions and fifty. Seconds street clubs. She got spotted by one jazz elder on the lookout for youngsters with new ideas saxophonist. Coleman hawkins spotlight from eighteen forty. Six guitarist was twenty. Four in years to come marie. Osborne turned up on records. By among others singers. Ethel waters and mel torme blues man. Nonni harris pianist mary lou williams and drummer gene kroupa and louis belsen osborne later said she encountered little overt sexism.

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"raymond scott" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

01:49 min | 11 months ago

"raymond scott" Discussed on WBUR

"World War two, he led a whimsical Raymond Scott like octet, playing musical clock works like intricacies of a threshing machine. George Barnes moved to New York in the fifties and immediately got busy and recording and broadcast studios playing on literally thousands of sessions. He's in the band on Bob Dylan's first single 1962 is mixed up confusion. In the sixties, Barnes made a frantic multiple guitar album and played in guitar duos with Carl Kress or Bucky Pizzarelli in his last years in the seventies. Barnes co. Led a relaxed quartet with cornetist Ruby breath. Mm hmm. Our other 100th birthday guitarist Mary Osborne came up in the boom town of Might not North Dakota. She picked up her dad's facility with stringed instruments early and started.

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"raymond scott" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"raymond scott" Discussed on 790 KABC

"It here. Someone lost responsibility. Both Raymond Scott and Drake Jackson. Both linebackers came on that play and on that same side, that's where felt leaks out and no one's there with him. So I think one of those guys was supposed to Russian If Felton leaked out, that's when you have got to pick him up. I think one of those guys lost responsibility. They're probably there. That's why he saw no one felt it and just easy, easy play for the growing. Just been all Bruins just happy. I think they really like I said, I live in that big play. Drink London an interception. It's been all Bruins this out. How much in the locker room will be? Trying to get your head together football eyes and how much of it is a manhood? Check if you will it to me. It's a man who checked just watching defense. Just watching guys slide off tackles. Not exactly well, not bringing their feet. It has been very sloppy on defense. It's frustrating watching up here. Like you said it. This has got to go. This is gonna come to Jesus meeting at halftime here. You gotta get after some guys because it It just it looked very poor on defense and just not enough juice on that side of the ball for my life. Man All America defensive player. You have the right to speak that way. I think you should kick off. We've all been the same Trojans will have it in 25. 20 seconds left. Probably not gonna do much here. Roten's Mr possible touchdown earlier on a floated past Josh follow that was knocked away at the last second. Had another opportunity a minute ago with First down at the 12 yard line. Very suspect penalty called against Tyler Bonds come back block That was really more of a Touch with the shoulder. The Bruins have played very well. But the Trojans have had chances and haven't capitalized it all handoff on the play with 20 seconds left, it's Malla pay. I will get six to the 31. I don't think either team's going to stop the clock here that'll bring us to the end of the first half. It has been a decidedly U C L A half of football and the score at half time here in Pasadena. U C L A 21 USC 10 back to start our halftime activities after these messages on the Trojan Football.

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"raymond scott" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"raymond scott" Discussed on 790 KABC

"In the game. All right, well, the Trojans had to go into the protocol. They had a couple of guys. Gets Corona and Things don't go well. When that happens these days, you have to stay in. You have to stay indoors That's happening all over the country. It's happening all over Southern California. The Trojans couldn't practice some of the time. First of all, how does that affect the team that's trying to get ready for me? Well, I think you've seen it throughout other teams. It just creates a tremendous amount of rust in the ball clubs. And it seems like every team that comes back from one of these protocols and who hasn't played for a week seems to have that first half seems to be a rough first half a year. I think I think of Arizona State against You see her last night? These teams. It's just hard when you when you can't practice and people say, Oh, they're not. They're not practically my time to go over stuff. You're just not out there playing football. It's not the same is doing a zoom meeting or any kind of meeting you could do while you're not physically playing football. It looks like Courtland forward is going to start at left guard, which would mean that will be the first time he'll plays a true freshman. He's 65 £305 of USC, Trojan beef at a Cedar Hill, Texas, and all stater I think maybe we're going to be very sad and three or four years that he's gonna be leaving for the NFL, but right now and untested product of filling in for Andrew Borys, Liam Douglas for his backup is also Not a uniformed down on the field that we saw during the course of warm ups there. Not the worst position in the world that have that change happen. Is it left guard? No, it's it's not especially obviously your loser guy like Vorhees before. He's who's been a pillar in your offensive line. He's got left side with Elijah. Very tuckered himself has been one of the strong point in the office. The line this year so definitely lost. But if you want, I want a position to lose somebody. It's there. And if you want a young man to get his first start, it's going to be there at left guard. When you have a large, very Tucker and Britney Lan to experience vets next next to you, they could help shore up that left side and help him out. The way they can during the game being right next door, and it looks like melons able backup just indeed. It will be out tonight as well. Indeed, this Phil did very well for nearly one knee like that heard a couple of weeks ago. Is this team ever going to be? Uh, if teams continue to throw three man fronts at him and drop eight. Is it ever going to turn into a power running team? I don't think so. P That's the That's not what they have planned for here. You know, it's I know a lot of fans have cried for it. And I sometimes watch and think. Wow, what if we just did this? But this? This is what they do. This is there going to stick to their script, Graham Harrell and clear help. They're going to stick to what they do offensively, They believe they have a system in place. That works in and can take advantage of things, and it just never. It's never going to be the power offensive that so many Children fans wanted. Then four really strong running backs for USC. They're only get 147 they want about 175. On the ground passing game is nothing to complain about. However, it's been pretty good. It looks to me and I know you When I talked about a little bit. It looks to us that it could be just a little bit better. They're not quite there. They have quite put it together yet. Yeah, they haven't really taken the top off the defense is I think that's what you When you look out there at the passing game hasn't been explosive yet. You it's been, it's been productive. The numbers don't lie. You're you're getting the ball there and you're making yardage. But it's everything short. It Z quick. It's here, and that's what the best of his a collect. They haven't really been able to stretch. The field now has it been the wide receivers has at some point. It hasn't been the quarterback's confidence. At some point. I think it's been a mix of both. And tonight. If you wanna look it where they should produce, it should be in that in that area in the passing game is stretching the field deep and make it Some explosive place. Todd Orlando's new defense looked better against Utah. I thought they were more attacking. They held the edge down a little bit better. He, however, as linebacker coach has his hands full now because he's Missing at least one starter and not Theo Tay Still, But there are others that air nicked up to the point where you're putting some really young guys. Raymond Scott to us even tomorrow. They're gonna have to place him down tonight. Yeah, You feel you feel pretty good, though, because you can AII Malka, who had his probably best game is a Trojan Last last game where he came in there really set the tone for the whole defense. And that's why I thought the defense of plate. Uh, better all around is because that linebacker played was taken to the next level railing go forth at his best game. Can I am out like I said, set the tone, and that's why the whole defense worked a lot better. I think, but the doctor said Pete, the depth is going to be. It's going to be challenged tonight. One of those guys, Raymond Scott, can I and Mallika, we're gonna start going to the depth chart here and find some youngest that we need to produce early. If that's The case and you're a coach. I don't know how much you've coached, if any at all. Your coach, you coach me weekly people. Yeah. JJ coach coach the kids football teams, so he's got an eye on it that way. I don't know if you look at the game that way, But then how long do you let those young guys go? If the game stays tight, if it and they're not performing well to you, then maybe reach across and take a hunter Eccles out of the outside backer spot. Move him inside, thinking, Hey, here's event. Maybe he could do the job. Well, it just depends on what kind of cross training you're doing through the week. Are you training your guys at different positions Knowing that this information is going to be a zoo privy to you that you might not have, guys? Are you bringing a guy in like Say if I was getting ready for a game of my coaches. Hey, Sean, you know, we might need you down at the end. And this weekend if somebody goes down, can you Can you do some cross training at that position this week? And can we get you in medicine? All right. Yeah, So if they've doing that throughout the week, that's that's definitely a possibility to bring a guy like that rotated back to the never get thrown in the mix in a spot. You want familiar? Uncomfortable position? No, not even the line. You're gonna move over for a couple place here. I never went to cornerback Know what's going on my position. A Trojan football network here is sponsored by the athletic brewing, proud partner of USC. Order. Great tasting craft nonalcoholic beer online at athletic brewing dot com and get free shipping on 26 packs orm or we'll come back..

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"raymond scott" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

07:23 min | 1 year ago

"raymond scott" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Athletics. Let's check in with Jordan. More things starting to look a little bit dicey here. Yeah, terrible turn of events there for the Trojans were inches away from a touchdown and somehow come out with zero points after too bad penalties in a missed field goal. I'm actually surprised it wasn't a review on the marquee step run. It looked like he might have gotten in the end zone. His knee never touched down. What I think happened, though, and I don't think it would have been a touchdown in the end is that when he went, he put his right hand down the ball is in his left arm. He put his right hand down maybe was the other way. Bulls is right arm and put his left hand down and I think his wrist just touched his knee never came down. So there's lots of debate about why that wasn't Score. But I think in the end that the review would have determined that the referee gotta write that his wrist was down. Not not his hand. All right, Colorado leading Stanford now 35 to 16. So, Bubs. Trojans will play Colorado at the Coliseum in two weeks. For all we know, may have the week off next week. You just never know they're supposed to players on the state of Colorado has gotta go into their scoring points now in Bunches 48 against U C L A. Of course, the Bruins turned the ball over four times in the first half and 35 already against Stanford. Now that Stanford team gave up 35 against Oregon. Makes up. Maybe then you're not all that I think I saw were Stanford was picked coming forth from the north behind Oregon. Washington Cap. Yeah, it's gonna break down like you said he'd every week. We're gonna find out some new who's gonna play Who? What's gonna happen or playing on Sunday or playing on Monday? That's signed it up. So it's just it's bye week. There's no looking forward. There is looking Right now and what's really interesting and I'll talk about it a little bit. Goodell on the first downplay after the missed field goal, throw off to the right side is incomplete, but a flag is down the Trojan defender calling for a defensive facemask. Nothing is gonna get very far with that Chris deal. Stead probably pass interference. That's Chris steals third penalty other day that's just too many to have back there. If you have a penalty, it's understandable. It's sort of like getting before the ball is just getting too handy with the guys. He's a good coverage. He's just he's getting uncomfortable and he puts his hands on him. That's where he's getting in trouble. You've seen that for far too many times that early in the season. That's a second game, I think Say its fourth or fifth pass interference, car holding call. That's just too many. It's gonna cost your team too many yards. He's got to put his hands away and just use his feet to stay with receivers. They appeared to be discussing the possibility of all was tipped personal, foul face mask against the defense against the offense. We'll see an offensive facemask penalty very often in the secondary. Just take everything I said back. The ball was tipped, no pass interference and Penalty the other way. He was right and steal breaks out in a huge smile going to referee school. Hello? Yeah, the ball was typical. Jackson got a tip on. It was hard to tell because we've seen some wobbly passes from both quarterbacks. That was one of them. Bible one to go in the third. Well, anybody's game. To be sure, 2020 time hasn't been pretty by any stretch the imagination, but we got a ball game your feet 1st and 20 from the 10. Arizona's got to be careful not to make any mistakes here Pistol, they'll hand off just a couple of yards off the left side between center and guard will get maybe two or three yards, bringing up 2nd and 17. Assay went to Brightwell off the left side. Connor Murphy on a play there for something called this number 90 number on the year young Connor Murphy rendered down the line and making a play for the church in Arizona Kid out of the Phoenix area. Brophy Prep that great high school 50 year senior Communications. Major only had four tackles last year, and 15 and his career empty backfield. Goodell wants to throw over the middle. He does after the 16 yard line. Very short pickup of only a couple. Third and long now is Bongo makes the tackle good to see him back in there, and none the worse for wear at least as far as we could tell. On earlier leg injury, a quad or calf injury, But he makes it easy tackle right there in the open field and Raymond Scott back in there, too, and and he brought the pressure right there gotten Goodell's face again, making to make a quick decision. So another good blitz by bringing Scott they need to get out to the 30 currently at 16, so 3rd and 14 En el fakes, Right fakes left wants to run. They've got a hand on him. They got another hand on him. He gets away still rolling around trying to unload it finally does throws it onto the Arizona bench. Good pursuit by the Trojans. Even if they didn't get the sack. They made him do something He didn't want to do. Well, they didn't give Malene to run, right, Pete. That's what you want to do. If you give me leave to run, he's gonna take off. He's shown him or the cable will make that play. The Trojans good job with coverage but also not let him find a way to run Nick Figaro around the player you got Marlon around the plate drink Jax around playing. Nick Figaro ends up getting a good shot, but didn't give Malene to run. That time. It really chopped up the lane, making not a clear picture for cracking. Austin Dork will feel the punch staff from his own two yard line, so unless something goes horribly awry. Coaches should have pretty good field position here. Play clock down to one as he takes the snap kick is away. A fair catch called for and interfered with is ah Murat 45 yard lines. He gets bumped into a knockdown. No flags down as far as the eye could see. The ball like it might have been his own guy that ran until they're okay. The Trojans never touched the ball. Nobody touched it. It just got down by Arizona after took bounce high in the air and kind of took NSC bounce. And so it'll be out near midfield. And while they get a change of possession units out there, let's go over to Jordan. More Yeah, that third down play. This is crazy to say. But if you've been watching the game and actually make sense, they had Raymond Scott employed as a spy on Grand Canal, and that's why can l was stuck in the pocket and ultimately I could throw the ball away, so they're starting to worry about Grand Canal Speak. That's an adjustment they've made defensively. Good. Good. Why not? I mean he was killing him. On the graft in the first half. Sure, alright, first down as C handoff, right side 40 it's cars. The 35 30 steps it outside of the 2015 trips over the 15 yard line and falls down in about 12 and he pounds his chest and said, That's my fault. I should have gone all the way. Its 1st 2 10, USC at the Arizona 12 or 13 great run off the right side Great great block by Andrew before he's and Stephen cars trying to find its way down the field. Just trips over his own guy Tyler Vines and their exchange of chuckle. After that car again, steps outside gets to about the 10.5. So a gain of two or three bore. The Trojans have been down close a couple of times today, the first time they got in It was like pulling teeth trying to get in there. They have had all kinds of problems in the red zone. Let's see what they could do. This time Trojans have put it on the ground this quarter. And found life on the ground to be pretty good. So far this court over 100 yards in the quarter running games really paying off here, But this'd where you gotta find it here. 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"raymond scott" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"raymond scott" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Know, it's time to take a listen to the best play of the first half. Green takes another insult. Touchdown USA delivered by UPS official logistics company of USC athletics, part of the right side of slogans, Son first goal for the three car gets the call. He walks into the end zone. It's a touchdown. USC, the Trojans have regained the lead and a good powerful statement, Dr for USC. You were kind of hoping that we're gonna have the same kind of statement on defense. But that wasn't to be as Arizona really ripped the Trojans on the next possession, got it down close but had to settle for a field goal instead of getting it in for a touchdown. In a sack right at the end of that dry by Raymond Scott. And have Risa kicked it in from 32 to make it what it is now. Here at halftime 17 to 13 keeping Slovis 10 of 17, but only 80 yards, No touchdowns. Stephen Cars carried eight times for 44 yards to lead the Trojans on the ground. Tyler Vons has caught three passes for 29 to lead the Trojans receiving wise here today. So far for Arizona Grant Gun L 12 for 2120 yards and a touchdown plus an interception. He's also run for 55. Bright well, they're running back with 58 yards on nine carries and the leading receiver Cunningham, four catches 35 yards, although Joyner did catch the 34 yard touchdown pass, Arizona has the better of things rushing, passing and total offense, But the Trojans have the better of things. On the scoreboard. This is the USC halftime show sponsored by Audi Visit your local Southern California Audi dealer to see the exceptional offers on select models during the season of Audi sales event. Maura on the Trojan Football media network after these messages The holiday season is.

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"raymond scott" Discussed on Yesteryear Old Time Radio

Yesteryear Old Time Radio

16:58 min | 2 years ago

"raymond scott" Discussed on Yesteryear Old Time Radio

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"raymond scott" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

08:50 min | 2 years ago

"raymond scott" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"And things that we can show you all different kinds of trees and explain to you how that work in different areas and tell you what the differences are because there's a big difference and photographs help as well but if you wanna bring that the nursery on southern we are closed today but next week we have a great staff there to help you define your be happy help you myself and what is necessary at twenty six forty seven E. southern so coming from Goodyear just take the I. ten to thirty second street yes great south of the airport and go south to southern half a mile back west on southern you'll see the old mail truck out front it's pretty good size nursery there and we could have got a great selection of trees so we can show you all kinds of things well let's see what we can go over good morning Wally Marne all your life eight I'm going to give forty different varieties of tomatoes and some have to Amazon and blossom but not the state the middle class about four and a half five feet tall really healthy but they only have like two or three blocks and wanted and no committal the trick is beef master not be steak yeah beef masters of big tomato like a beefsteak the does better here in fact flavor wise it's my absolute favorite now it's gonna have splits like they were talking about it's gonna be ugly but it's gonna be big gonna has very dense meat in it and why especially like him is you feel harvest them in and let him sit in a warm space like out on the patio for a week and dehydrate some there are wonderful quality so I think all those plants out and change it to the well next year I mean you're kind of pass the season for now but next year instead of planned beefsteak plant beef master and if you'll be a lot happier you'll get a big tomato kind of like a beef steak would be stakes this we're not quite human enough here for the reason and they they don't do as well there are so many tomatoes out there and and some do better than others and it's fun to try there's probably ten very popular varieties that are pretty reliable here but if you want a big win beef master okay thank you thanks well bye bye Raymond Scott still good morning Raymond good morning I have a question about a garden I planted here every year I plan like to made real why chili peppers and I clean the dirty everything all the time is there a product that because the grass is growing in around the vegetables and all that is something that I can use to kill that grass yes I won't kill the garden there is it's called over the top or fusillade okay usually usually is the active ingredient what is a selective herbicide kills monocot so kills that permitted grass I won't eat all your vegetables you don't want to spray a lot of it on your plants but what you do is is let the grass get fairly good size pour off to one side of the garden spray it it's systemic it goes back through the grass the system it kills it okay and then I got one more question I have a nectarine tree that I had it's been like gosh I think I had it for like three or four years and I noticed that all the time that it never produced any fruit like one like one nectarine but I let that some girls are going at the bottom like another part of that tree and I'd let it grow and then that part of the tree is like going a lot of nectar leaves is that why who cut the other one are well they're probably not nectarines you're going to see what they are but just let that read stock road see if the fruits and get all right not at all with those white to kill the other day I cut all the trees at the other ones grow because the sun was going a lot of fruit on well it depends if the fruits worthy or not okay get out so I take the fruit to fruition you know because it could be like a Democrat there's a lot of rootstocks that produce but the quality is not really worth it not really edible and it may be the best solution is to remove the entire tree but I would certainly let it run its course on the fruit that's on there now and see what it tastes like if you enjoyed it then cut the other side down okay well I appreciate it thanks very much have a nice weekend bye bye let's see next up we've got Eric it may say good morning Eric good morning oreo and testing I have two questions for you the first one is we have spurge that starting to grow now it's warming up and last year it was nasty in our yard what can we do to get rid of that so he's spurge growing in Bermuda grass yes okay so you want you can kill it with the two forty product but you have to be careful the thing with two four D. as it David favourites volatile ice is this time of year can spread and kill things you don't want to so if you buy it with a small tank sprayer carefully it'll kill the spurge but most importantly is put down a pre emergent because once the spurge plant has four or five little leaves it's already got a seat on it so as soon as you see it it's already seated so what you're going to do is put down a pre emergent on the whole lawn and especially any patches that are thin so that the passwords can't re seed then spot spray this purge and it should be fine okay and the second question is we have trumpet line that we put on our block fence hello like a wire mesh sought to climb in the the problem we're having is on our side of the fence all we see are the the trunks away and our neighbors are benefiting from the vine growing up and over into their yard well you probably the you probably don't want to take out the block wall the okay well the problem is they have the south side you have the north side and yours is all shaded especially shaded by the top portion the vine what you could do is you could take the trouble to find out you could plant like a creeping fig vine there or you could just make some creeping fig vine in with it and the ficus repents are creeping fig will actually grow and flourish and do pretty well in the shade so it'll make the bottom portion green and full and the top portion could have the trumpet flowers on we put it in would would there be a battle between the two plans well the proven if you plan it you know a little ways away from the wall so there's gonna get the signed yet yeah I've actually what I mean the the vine if you don't take it out will grow over the top of the private okay so what will it kill a permit now now you can keep your point apart okay awesome well thank you thanks bye let's see we have Caroline Apache junction and Jennifer in paradise valley that he could you folks we got couple lines open just a few minutes left number to call six oh two two seven seven five eight two seven good morning Carol good morning thank you how are you this morning and tastic can you Carol good thank you I am just recently into aloe Vera's an aloe Vera plants that I did have were transplants from a neighbor up the street and I I planted the main portion of on west side of the house which those are doing okay and then I have some that I planted on the north side of the house how often should we water that was on the north side probably how long are you planning and probably a year okay once once every you know week to ten days in the summertime a deep water it only's B. water about six inches deep they don't root for a deep okay all right and then the ones on the west side of the house just the same pretty much the same probably once a week if you know the most of the day of birth mother said need their party hearty plant when they're established they they really don't need much water they'll need a lot more on the west side the north side they might not need any at all of the of what other plants but the the west side of probably beneficial to keep and what will the weather cyber once a week's plenty okay and what you know now they get you on the phone those horrible plants that came around that have the little yellow bird sauna camomile and they smell when you call not and there thank you for integrated in with all the other they're horrible yes it's it's a noxious weeds it's attacked like much like the way that the tumbleweed showed up in the last century they've showed showed up here now oh my gosh okay so how do you get rid of the we have a pre emergence before before they germinate say want to spray a pre emergent down probably in September one again in January okay all right very good thanks so much bye bye the short break we'll be right back with the with the owners records show here Sundays from seven to nine nine ninety two point three F. 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"raymond scott" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

07:07 min | 2 years ago

"raymond scott" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"To come by the colonel on front lines of freedom first the news but first Josh late last month in a rose garden address president trump quietly made an end run around a move by Saudi Arabia to put U. S. oil production out of business Saudi Arabia flooded the market with ultra low price of oil to crash the market in take out major competitors Saudi Arabia just so happen to do this at the same time that our stock markets were crashing due to the corona virus outbreak US oil producers need a price point of about thirty dollars per barrel of oil to stay profitable and conveniently Saudi Arabia dump oil at around twenty dollars per barrel to hurt Iran Russia and America well it seems that president Obama had significantly lowered our strategic oil reserves so there was plenty of room in our storage facilities for lots more oil so instead of what would have been an economic disaster moving us from being a top oil producer down to going out of business president trump saw the move as a great deal on oil at all try a low prices and declared a national emergency thus freeing up federal funds which allowed him to buy all the oil that Saudi Arabia dumped on the market at a super low price for our strategic reserves Saudi regularly tries to hurt her obvious enemies Russia and Iran through economic warfare because both these nations get the majority of their income from selling petroleum however we are now their major competitor so this move by Saudi would be explained to us as an attack on Iran and Russia but was clearly more than that and we won at least we won this round late last month our army sent out an unusual plea to its retired officers and enlisted soldiers if you served in one of eight high demand medical specialties it said you may be able to rejoin the team in order to help the service fight the corona virus pandemic an army spokesperson said the service reached out to over eight hundred thousand retired soldiers to gauge their willingness to assist with the pandemic response to date over fourteen thousand retirees representing various specialties have contacted the service for more information that comes out to a remarkable response rate of one point seven five percent and that figure may still grow considerably the army is looking for retirees from the following specialties critical care officer anesthesiologist nurse anesthetist critical care nurse nurse practitioner ER nurse respiratory specialist and medic army officials have declined to answer questions about how many medical positions they're looking to fill or what the timeline will be to get volunteers vetted trained and situated lieutenant general Raymond Scott tingle the army Surgeon General added that volunteers will be assessed for current medical certifications and credentials quote then once we do that we'll plug them into all of our medical treatment facilities as required in support of the mission and quote he said the army does not often issue voluntary retiree recall requests but there is a process established for retirees returning to active duty ultimately the length of recall is determined and agreed upon between the command and the soldier I am proud of these army retirees who are stepping up to serve our nation again in time of need I'm proud of them I will note that the seventy eight year old effort from it has not been asked to come off retirement I wonder why according to a congressional watchdog report the Pentagon needs better oversight of privatized military housing to make sure residents complaints about issues like mold rodents and pests are addressed private companies are responsible for the construction renovation and maintenance of most military housing in the US but military families have complained for years that their landlords aren't responsive and that could put their health in jeopardy focus groups conducted by the government accountability office show that some troops will no longer live in privatized housing because of their experiences and that some people's decisions whether to re enlist will be impacted US senator mark Warner said the defense department needs to quickly implement a residents bill of rights that Congress has passed into law the eighteen rights include the right to live in housing in the community that meets applicable health and environmental standards the right to have access to an electronic work order system that tenants can request maintenance and request their progress through and the right to receive advice from military legal assistance on procedures for resolving disputes with property managers the defense department has said that it would implement those rights by may but others will take longer such as the right to withhold rent until disputes are resolved to get access to maintenance history and to have a process for dispute resolution it's outrageous that military families could be forced to live in government provided homes that are not safe or healthy I never had run into that situation when I was on active duty I would not have tolerated such a home and we need to ensure that our wonderful troops don't have to fight this battle ever president trump signed an order allowing our military to bring members of the selected reserve and some former service members back on active duty to support the government's response to the novel corona virus outbreak the army navy Air Force and Coast Guard can now order units and individual members of the ready reserve back on active duty for up to two years the order seems to apply mainly to members of the selected reserve primarily comprised of service members to serve in a part time capacity one weekend per month and two weeks per year still it also applies to those of the individual ready reserve made up mainly of service members who served on active duty and were discharged but still have a contractual obligation that subjects them to involuntary recall during a national emergency president trump wrote in a letter to house speaker Nancy Pelosi notifying her of the order quote I am authorizing the secretary of defense and the secretary of homeland security with respect to the Coast Guard to order units and individual members of the selected reserve and certain individual ready reserve members to active duty to augment the active forces for the effective conduct of corona virus disease response this story is necessary to ensure the department of defense and the department of homeland security can properly conduct operations required to meet our evolving security challenges and to support the United States government response to cope at nineteen end quote and that's.

"raymond scott" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

07:51 min | 2 years ago

"raymond scott" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"Okay we're back and we're still in the eighties. That's right and you were talking about other TV As we said the man loved television in filmmaking and so he got away from the muppets puppets every now and then Collaborated with Raymond. Scott who was an electronic pioneer actually on shorts called ripples in wheels that go You did that for the Montreal. Expo in sixty seven right and I know we're jumping around in time but we're just trying to paint the full picture here not going necessarily in order and then he also did. This cool thing called the floating face. Which was a sketch on the tonight? Show the Mike Douglas. Show in the sixties Which I did you see any of that a little bit. There's a little weird It was like two eyes and a mouth and there were like these invisible wires and background images and it was it was definitely a little more on that. Surreal tip the Hinson surreal tip. Yeah not kid oriented necessarily but he got to the movies with the muppet movie which is a big hit. It still holds up man. It's still so great. If you WANNA know more about that moving into some of the cool facts from it go again. Listen to the muppet episode. Yeah as a matter of fact pause. This goes into the muppet episode. And then come back to this one. Yeah probably enhance your experience. Agreed or listen to both at the same time But he followed the muppet an one thousand nine hundred two. He made the dark crystal. Yeah which was Puppets and it was based on Some drawings by fantasy artists Brian froude and there were no humans it was all puppets and I don't think it holds up as well but it still looks pretty good. Well Yeah I think it actually is probably better receive now than it was originally. Yeah I think critics appreciated it but it didn't do so well at the box office but now it's become a cult classic for sure. Yeah and one of the reasons why it didn't do that well at the box office because audiences didn't quite know what to make of it they heard Frank Oz co-directed it right Jim Henson puppets and they think they win. Expecting the muppet movie. This is nine hundred. Eighty two and the they got the dark crystal instead with really dark. The lot of the theme is good versus evil. And it's the evil in it is really really evil and the stuff that happens to some of the puppets is including really cute. Puppets yeah is really horrifying and I read this awesome quote by frank and basically he says like Jim thought it was okay to scare kids. As matter of fact he thought it wasn't healthy for kids to never be scared. He purposely was trying to scare kids. And he he. He wanted to take the tradition back to Grimm fairy tales which are very very dark affects point. That's what he was going forward the dark crystal. Yeah I think it was ahead of. Its time for sure if you look at some of these movies today. I think that dark crystal was a precursor. A lot of those Then he went onto make the movie the labyrinth with Bowie Right. Yeah David Bowie and very cruise young Jennifer Connelly now. That was legend okay. Good movie But this was written by Terry Jones of Monty Python fame and then written a bunch by a bunch of other people including executive producer. George Lucas Labyrinth was okay. Not Bad again. Not a huge hit For Hinson though as far as movies go but he was still out there. Exploring these cool fantastical worlds fantasy worlds and he still had a lot of credit even in the late eighties. If you think about his heyday was the late seventies early eighties with the muppet. Show the muppet movie s and then after that. It was like yeah. I'll try this with Jim. Henson I'll try this with Jim Henson. And even even still he had like a he was on a pretty great streak and at the end of the ADC had to TV shows on the Jim. Henson hour and storytelling storyteller. Yeah the Jim Henson Hour. He's always pushing the boundaries. A storyteller looking back now are. I'm sorry Jim Hinson. Our looking back was really different from what you were getting time because it was. It was all over the map. Certain shows that were like you know. Four or five sketches in one and then. Three of the episodes were full on our little mini movies. Really from yeah from beginning Louis. Yeah that's a good point actually. One of the little mini movies was called dog city which was great. It was narrated by Ralph and it was. I remember watching this. It was like a a film nor gangster thing you puppet dogs. Yeah and the main character issue was The Guy who did elmo Kevin Clash did The character of ACU and that was fantastic. I think dogs city went on to be a TV show. And its own right to okay for a little while but it was really good. I mean it's total like gangster crime film noir. But it's you know Ralph the Dog Right Gang I love. It's really cool the storyteller I hadn't seen before I was. I guess aware of but I don't know why wasn't watching it because it would have been like right there for me. Yeah I would have been twelve in nineteen eighty eight but I watched today and it was really good. It's like human puppet interaction. Yeah which is. It's just seamless like there's one of the things from studying this that I've realized that we take for granted and expect our puppet human interactions to be so seemless that we don't even realize they were looking at puppets and the reason why we expect that is because of Jim Henson and the people he worked within an inspired to work so hard at creating that illusion we had the illusion that these are living breathing. Things he would go. I remember Kermit as guests on talk shows Right Jim. Henson he would go out. I mean he did those appearances as well but kermit the frog would be a guest tonight show Johnny Carson or host or guest tonight. Show Larry King. Yeah and it was all a part of this goal of making these real people. Write a real living things not people. Yeah apparently somebody who is working with the Jim. Henson was the director of the muppet show would be giving Jim Notes on Kermit and Jim would just respond like let Kermit respond. That was pre end. The director said eventually you're sitting that you turned address. Kermit like he just force you and interacting with the public even I during a note session. Yeah and probably without feeling silly or stupid or anything you know probably seem like a totally normal thing to do eventually forced you to do He also pioneered the Hinson Performance Control System and Wanted Academy award for that and that was a remote control system that Helped puppeteers out. So he he was always pushing technical Visual I'm stylistic thematic boundaries. As far as he could and they didn't always work. You know the movies weren't aside from the muppet movie. They weren't the biggest hits the TV show a couple of you know. Neither one of those lasted very long. But I think he was just intent on doing something different. Yeah he and he did and he died. In Ninety of Daf infection organ failure brought on by a staph infection. Did you know that yet? I think pneumonia had something to do with it too. Didn't it not that I saw? I saw organ failure caused by Group. A strep infection. I'm sorry.

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"raymond scott" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"raymond scott" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Toxicology results are in and the investigation into the cause and origin of the fire this complete. the sheriff's office will not be releasing the passenger manifest in whole out of respect for the families and in order to allow our investigators to make proper next of kin notifications. we do intend and will release the names of victims after we have positively identified them and have notified their next of kin of that positive identification. as of this press conference we have been able through the DNA process to positively identify eighteen of the victims. in nine of those cases we have been able to contact and notify the next of kin of the victims and those nine I will release the names to you right now. those victims are Raymond Scott Chand age fifty nine of Los Altos California. Justin Carroll Dignam fifty eight of Anaheim California. Daniel Garcia forty six of Berkeley California. Mary Beth Guiney fifty one of Santa Monica California. question I am. forty of Berkeley California. Alexander Kurds twenty six. Barbara California. Caroline McLaughlin thirty five of Oakland California. Ted storm strong sixty two of Germantown Tennessee. and away ten twenty six of go Lida California. this list is representative of the diverse make up of the passengers and crew who were aboard the conception on that fateful day they were from our.

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"raymond scott" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"raymond scott" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Military style firearms in fear as Giles sight reporting on Wall Street the Dow Jones industrials are up one hundred seventy three points you're listening to NPR from KQED news I'm Brian what a teacher at a Fremont high school and his daughter were on board the dive boat that caught fire off the southern California coast the Fremont unified school district spokesman says Raymond Scott chan had taught Advanced Placement physics at American high for the past three years and was well liked authorities have not identified the thirty four people who are missing and presumed dead but relatives and others have identified several people on the boat as residents of Fremont and Santa Cruz. in East Bay woman who could die from a medical condition if she's deported plans to speak at a congressional hearing in the coming days the trump administration told her and other immigrants getting medical treatment here under a humanitarian program that they must leave the U. S. K. committees for Rita job allowed Romero reports the house committee on oversight and reform will look into why US citizenship and immigration services stopped granting the relief known as medical deferred action these people should have to be held accountable I mean they should be punished for this contact us that tiny congressman mark to Sonya requested the hearing with USCIS and his constituent my day seven Wessel who has a rare genetic disease she played by all the rules she's been legally she's this treatment is actually paid for by private medical insurance after intense criticism USCIS now says it will reopen deferred action cases that were pending on August seven when it ended the program and Freddie that devil at a metal KQED news coming up at eight twenty two on KQED news where did opens roots kids go I'm Brian white support.

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"raymond scott" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

Jesse, Jordan, GO!

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"raymond scott" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

"That's of course, powerhouse by Raymond Scott. No. Yeah. Or the win. Oh, wait to go. When does it become the assembly line song? It was just written in the thirties. And it was later used. By Warner Brothers cartoon for was written for cartoons. Oh, I didn't know that he has a great album of his work called Turkis nights and other delights or something to that effect. Turkish isn't it Raymond Scott? There's actually a lot of legendary films in entertainment products that are based on Jordan sex life modern times, the Charlie Chaplin movie. Interesting the episode of I love Lucy with conveyor belt of chocolates based on. That's not bad at me developments for one the film short circuit as well. Not short circuit to know that I did not approve that. I had a bad contract for the first one got away from me. Yes. Mina, the lonely guy would know. I did like that. She I did like that. She implied gratuitously added for the first time in six months, by the way. That's what. So I think she added that to make clear that she got laid because of her off brand. Like, she had not she had been in a dry spell. And then she she put on that Sanyo. Yes. The fought bought. Bought and those available dude start hitting big river Muskie. I when she said that it was. Jamie..

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"raymond scott" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

Jesse, Jordan, GO!

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"raymond scott" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

"That's of course, powerhouse by Raymond Scott. No. Yeah. Or the win. Oh, wait to go. When does it become the assembly line song? It was just written in the thirties. And it was later used. By Warner Brothers cartoon for was written for cartoons. Oh, I didn't know that he has a great album of his work called Turkis nights and other delights or something to that effect. Turkish isn't it Raymond Scott? There's actually a lot of legendary films in entertainment products that are based on Jordan sex life modern times, the Charlie Chaplin movie. Interesting the episode of I love Lucy with conveyor belt of chocolates based on. That's not bad at me developments for one the film short circuit as well. Not short circuit to know that I did not approve that. I had a bad contract for the first one got away from me. Yes. Mina, the lonely guy would know. I did like that. She I did like that. She implied gratuitously added for the first time in six months, by the way. That's what. So I think she added that to make clear that she got laid because of her off brand. Like, she had not she had been in a dry spell. And then she she put on that Sanyo. Yes. The fought bought. Bought and those available dude start hitting big river Muskie. I when she said that it was. Jamie..

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"raymond scott" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

13:29 min | 3 years ago

"raymond scott" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Given their behavior on other arms control agreements. Final issue is I do worry a little bit about whether Russia may be seeking to achieve some kind of strategic superiority while maintaining compliance with new start. It's expanding its non-strategic nuclear arsenal. It's building new strategic capabilities that aren't covered in new start this nuclear powered nuclear cruise missile and nuclear torpedo submarine drone. And by pulling out of this gives Russia the ability to increase the number of warheads canal Kate to North America can use. I n f range systems to hold at risk targets in Europe and Asia, potentially freeing-up strategic systems for North America. And so I think this is an issue. That's not getting enough attention that we all need to study going forward. But for now, I think there is a fragile consensus. Great. Thanks very much. Matt Ryan mandolin John anything you would like to add on the current state of the debate. The only thing I'd say is I'd be a little skeptical about asserting without qualification that this administration favors arms control. National security adviser, Mr. makes no secret that he finds arms-control distasteful and. I would not be surprised if he would not seek an extension of the new start treaty. Beans would sued him, Brian mckeown and. How do I say this? The administration has statements that had issues in documents. And then it has policies that are uttered by the president. And those are not always the same. So the statements in the NPR only as enduring as as the president's. Statement of today. Met on one of the things I want to touch on. And it's a bit down in the weeds. But I think it gets to this fundamental heart of of the whole debate about consensus or agreement and and what happened and who got what for what that really tends to be the basis of all these discussions and. However, however, one views the history of the new start debate, certainly by the end of two thousand and thirteen early two thousand fourteen. The notion that the the Republicans in the Senate had crusher the Obama administration to provide substantial additional funding in order to get new start was well imbedded in in the Republican in Republican mantra, it shows up in some Republican at least at that point. It shows up in several Republican National Committee statements that this was the deal, but one of the interesting things, and that is this other parallel developing macho that said that the Obama administration had failed to live up to its commitments. And the irony in all this is that actually the Obama administration did live up to its funding commitments and the additional funding was provided in the F Y twelve -fensive that's the NSA's future nuclear security program. And those out years were extraordinarily high compared to where things were the problem was. Congress didn't live up to that deal. And when you go back, and you really do this this chasing of the numbers thing all of that commitment from DOD to transfer top line. It didn't matter because if basically it never happened in the in the fiscal year, twelve presidents budget requests for NSA, which was the budget request that the administration had bumped up by about six hundred million dollars for that year based on all of the conversations that hit occurred and the duty commitment that budget requests was seven point six million dollars in by the time. It got appropriated. There was already four hundred million dollars missing. It was seven point two million at some point two billion. And by the time, you get into now the F white thirteen since it, right? So when you're later the numbers for the out years are down substantially because we're now getting into this world of sequestrated and budget control act. And so by the time you get to fourteen. And the F word fourteen budget, which is which is when the Republican National Committee starts to say that the Obama administration has not lived up to its commitments. Because the congress had appropriated for years. What wasn't what was requested based on where the Obama numbers were by the time. You get to fourteen NSA is two billion dollars under what Obama had committed. And so now, you've got the situation where the infrastructure is is even getting worse because they didn't have the money that it thought it was going to get under the deal. So now, you've got congress even undercutting the deal that it made. Anyway, this situation goes on for a number of years where you finally then start to get the appropriations being provided at the level of the Obama administration requests doesn't really kick it until about f- y sixteen. Okay. And and so so this these are the reasons that you. You saw a lot of consternation at the end of the Obama administration that I know wasn't well received when you even had the secretary of energy saying there's not enough money to be able to do the things that we intended to do and J O comes out with a report that says there's not enough money to do the things that is laid out in the stockpile stewardship advantage program. So the irony in all of this is with all of the additional money that the that the Trump administration has put in whether you agree with the low yield or not or the loyalty will be funded or not the ultimate irony. Here is that Trump actually has gone back and sort of continued what? Obama had put in place in terms of funding for the for the infrastructure, Madeline Creedon was at the national nuclear security administration under President Obama. Thanks mellon. Johnny thing. Had nothing. Do great. Well, before we turn the floor over to the audience for question. I wanted to ask one last question. Frank rose Brookings Institution. That's about the future. Now, there are a lot of views out there. You know, keep the triad do away with the triad continue arms control do away with arms control. But my fundamental question is this what steps need to be taken to maintain a level of BI partisan consensus on arms control, and strategic Monez ation that is politically sustainable over the long term most of these programs that we have talked about are going to go through this administration next administration in the administration beyond that. So you're going to have to have some type of consensus or. Or agreement to sustain these programs over the long term. So why don't we start with Madeline? Go to go down and then end with Ryan. So man on what's your view as to what steps need to be taken to maintain a long term, politically sustainable, consensus, certainly on the on the physical side the triad. I think the the numbers of each of the elements of the delivery systems neat needs a good robust debate. Every once in a while the other thing is that the infrastructure funding for NSA needs to continue and a life extension programs. Need to continue where where I think there is going to be a lot of debate comes in. What is the capabilities size the capacity size really of that NSA infrastructure, and that gets into a debate that I think has to happen. And that's really is. How has the world changed since two thousand nine hundred thousand ton and what are those requirements going forward? For the capacity piece at NASA for the total stockpile numbers for the hedge numbers and where and where the actual numbers under under the triad should be. So if they're all at new start levels. I think there's there's a pretty good consensus that that's about right? The debate comes about what happens after new start. And I think that's where there's just there's just a huge amount of work to be done because if the administration decides not to extend new start, then I think it's kinda Katie bar the door because I think it's going to be a free for all John. I think the most important thing for maintaining consensus on the future is a basically the the two committees Senator services has on services in the past. Mccain Senator McCain Senator Reid worked amazingly well together with great contributions from staff with bipartisanship from Donnelly. In others on the Fisher and others on the strategic forces subcommittees. John hardy other staff have worked together hand in hand in lockstep to advance Mr. Obama's modernization program. And now the continuation of it under Mr. Trump. And I think that's been remarkable. Because most there's going to be a lot of turnover on the hill. A young staffers coming in who have not thought about nuclear weapons ever probably the members speak if the members outside of the Armed Services Committee is probably think about it. A couple of hours a month. So they're gonna be relying on their committees. And how the committee's evolve is going to be very important. And I think on the Senate side, we're gonna lose folks. Like, Raymond Scott from South Carolina. Senator Kyle who was one of the show is very highly trusted by the Republicans about thinking about about nuclear weapons. He's going, but we gotta look at the who's coming in. Kevin Kramer from North Dakota. Has an ICBM base in his area in his state. And others. On the democratic side, we lose Donnelly, which is huge. Mccaskill and Nelson on armed services and get Duckworth mentioned from West Virginia who probably pretty solid because he comes from the state where he is somewhere needs to be. Reflective of the support for the defense department. And Jones from Alabama will be the incoming folks as I understand it. And that's how those folks work together how they interact on on the house side is a little bit more unclear because we don't know quite who's coming in. We know Smith is they're very like, I don't know if Thornberry will stay generally they have not worked together as well. As a Senator Armed Services Committee and moving forward and bipartisanship, but we'll have to see I think Adam Smith's remarks at the Plowshares event the pep rally. I call it new pep rally. I think are are going to have to be moderated by the fact that he is going to be constrained by by the folks both within this committee, the Coopers and others and the folks on armed services who are basically want to sustain this effort. Third thing. I think should happen is that I think Mr. Trump needs to put together a couple of pieces that the demonstrably. Advance the arms control agenda, and that would mean, I don't think he necessarily should extend it right now. But it should use new start extension as an incentive for for continued strong support for modernisation and the second thing he should do is put together a package, whether the Russians are going to agree with it or not put together a package put together story on non strategic nuclear forces, the great disparity and why we should be thinking about that. As as the next steps in making. It will taper. Thank you very much, John, Rebecca. So I think in order to kind of rebuild, and I again, I don't think consensus is cheerful. But I do think we need a coalition, and I think that coalition will need to be rebuilt, and I think there's three key element to that. I think I is the recognition that we have to have a balanced approach between modernization and arms control. We are not going to proceed affectively without that. And therefore compromise is going to be needed on all sides. So I think that includes a very strong statement to try to advanced at least the extension of new start. I think it also includes in particular, some regrouping on how we're approaching the IMF issue, and hopefully some clarity on that. Rebecca hers men, again, I d concerns about what the Russians have done in terms of non-compliance, but also concerns frankly with how the whole issue has been handled that has allowed far too much of the blame. To fall our direction. We can do some things about that..

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