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Some Plants That Give Red Color in the Fall
"There are a great number of plant well, almost every plant has some sort of fall color. The ones that would give her read though starting with a fairly sizable vibe Burnham called Winter Third W. I n. t.. E. R. T. H.. U. R.. It's a maroon dark. Maroon Leaf. It has then what's called a droop fruita believe is correct and it's it's half the size of a grape and just about the color of a of a green purple grape. Fragrant SUPERMAC is Grollo Samak. I happen to have that around the base of a tree toughest nails it. It is putting up at the tree, the root system of the tree. Is a few weeds and keeps on keeping on. It has a good looking fall colored female spice Bush is bright yellow. Now, that's not going to be the color she's after, but we come then to common witch Hazel, which is again a little off of the the norm as far as getting into reds, but it's usually a rusty orange type of thing then well, June Berry or service Berry, and the reason is called both is that June berry the fruit has developed turns from green to bless green to more red to purple you have to fight the birds. Then it has a wonderful rusty red fall color in most cases. Father Guilt well, and there are many varieties of service berry from probably only head height who will. Six. Foot or so on up to about fifteen twenty feet then there's a plant called Father Guillot. SHRUB I have seen it whether it's a giant one, our standard when if you will. Ask for the Standard Planet is probably your best bet because the the big old fashioned one, I've seen. UNMANAGED period over it does I've seen it eight or more feet wide in probably eight feet tall. So it it and at the same time, I know where there are a dozen of them on each side of a major walkway into a business building facing south. Hot Dry miserable on sloped ground it still holds up and when it comes fall, it goes into red orange rid and when you're off, Oh, a hundred or more feet from that entrance almost looks like a fire burning on both sides of the entrance. A good one. There's another plant that goes into the burgundy color. There's a dwarf of it and a standard size. It is called it. It EA It has a white flower in the spring not unattractive but not real big and showy however in the fall all things being equal it's a very deep burgundy.
Managing Wildfire Through Cultural Burning
"So Lauren. You were telling us about how in February. You were heading out with a group of tribes from Northern California conducting a cultural burn very cool. But I, tell me how cultural burns are different from say. Or prescribed burns something I know the Forest Service does yeah. The service and other fire agencies they set controlled fires to, and that's for the vegetation they WANNA, get rid of it so that there's not too much that builds up because overgrown vegetation can make fires more extreme. Cultural burning it does that too but the tribes also do it to encourage certain plants to grow. Like the first thing that team did that day was actually a harvest, Oh yeah. They headed out to some tall bushes sour berries, which is also known as three Samak and you know this was winter. So there were these long spindly branches that were totally bare of leaves. So my mom is basket lever. That's why I meant Ragu Taras I'm reggae tears. Mahu Newnan Rageh Tears He. He's clipping. The longest straightest branches are used in traditional basket weaving and then after being harvested, the plant is burned to encourage more growth like that. All our basket material needs to be tended to in some way. So they need to be burned and then next year we'll probably have sticks that are sick seventeen, tom one year. fired. Oh. So does the fire burn the plant completely? Yes completely to the ground, and it really actually happens pretty fast but the rootstock stays alive. So you know after the spring rains come the plant will re sprout got in the harvest can kind of happen again. Yeah and I know some plants in California they're kind of used to being burned regularly. Yeah. Yeah. I, mean I think a lot of. People forget this but they're adapted to regular fires I mean historically, those are both naturally caused fires by lightning, and then there were fire set by tribes and Ron says they burned like this for Millennia to encourage plant growth also to shape the landscape to attract certain game for a lot of reasons when I was a kid I learned from my mother. My mother got in trouble when she burned because the fire department you know didn't want her doing what we're doing today. As you probably know white settlers had a very different take on fire they came with their concepts of being afraid to fire. Then, you didn't understand fire in the sense of the tool that it could be. To create and what it did to help, generate and rejuvenate the land. And let's not forget. There's a bigger history here when when white settlers arrived in California in the eighteen hundreds there was an intentional and violent campaign to destroy their tribal culture I spoke to Beth rose Middleton manning about that She's Professor of Native American Studies at UC Davis, and she brought her students that day to be part of a ceremony. There was actually a a bounty on California. Indian people The governor had announced a war of extermination. So you have all that. and. It really fostered removal settler ownership of indigenous lands. So tribal burning basically stopped and fast forward a couple of decades to the early nineteen hundreds, and that's when the federal government began an era of fire suppression. Please be careful with fire. That's the whole smokey the bear era, right? Yeah. Make, sure your fire is dead. Remember only you can prevent forest fires. Yeah. It's just interesting that the legacy of this idea that fire is always something that's bad and that has to be put out continued from settler colonialism onwards. Yeah. Definitely I mean up until the nineteen seventies the forest service had this rule they called the ten am rule it was basically that all fires should be put out by tanning him the next day but all that suppression, you know it caused a lot of vegetation to build up in California, the force became denser and that set the stage for extreme destructive fires. So fire matters of realizing that has to change and they started embracing prescribe burns a now we're slowly being open to cultural burning too. So that brings us to today where western states are grappling with how to manage wildfire season, and you're going to talk about how cultural burns kind of fit into that right and so ron and other tribal leaders have been trying to restore cultural burning for a while and you know not just teaching the concepts of people but actually bringing out the land to practice it, and that's not easy to do when the land is. No longer legally there's as as Beth rose described to me I think it's really important that we don't think about traditional burning as what information can we learn from native people about how they care for the land and then exclude people and move. On, with non natives managing the land, but the native people are at the forefront and our leading. Okay. So this event is maybe a way to do that. Yeah which is why Ron invited these government officials to participate and kind of get their hands dirty during the ceremony You know like Jennifer Montgomery she directs California's Forest Management Task. Force. So it's her job to figure out how to deal with all these overgrown for us and she was there helping light this fire in a big grassy field using a drip porch that was super empowering. I mean I think every woman should get a chance to use a drip torch is that like a flame thrower or something? Not Not. Quite It's it's like a watering can lighter thing that basically spilled out fire instead of water. That's pretty cool. So yeah yeah I mean by the time she was done there was this kind of giant line of fire that that kind of spread out pretty quickly across this entire field but remember this was February winters. So it the fire burned itself out pretty quickly. and. Then all that dried brushes
"samak" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Disagree. I thought the the Jordan. John is a lot harder than I honestly didn't mind the right to say challenge. The only thing that I really hated without freezing cold, the water was. But I thought it was wasn't too bad, but the door from John Bob Samak. He's credible and like. Oh, my Gosh, you're saying and all I have to say. During that challenge, Mac you made it pretty clear that you wanted sky as a partner and you even asked ally. Yea. Sky And we later found out in the show I wanted skyline to. Yes, so he wasn't giving up. What was it about skyline? That made you want her partner back. Honestly before I even entered the challenge I didn't even have an idea about who I wanted yet. It was still like floating around, but I didn't really think about ours too much. It was while I was up there and. In the last two was like Ding I trump I at least let me get the person the one person that I want so. It was like who would that he. Like. Probably Skyline so it was like okay. My K. Elijah I drop. We'll give me her. Like I didn't mind winning. I didn't really want to win. Just wanted my partner, so that's why. Ultimately, was it. Was it the her personality, her performance in the first challenge. Like what was it that made? You want skyline everyone else. I think it was mostly her personality like. I feel like when we communicate with each other. She always gives me like a different perspective on things like she never just like agree, she's always like okay. Yes, but what about this and I think that's a good trait to have an apartment? In both want the color green or Our calm down over there. Oscar did not.
"samak" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Person and no longer a person. men all the anybody here on this earth is a person and it's only learn to find the the salvation of creation. you can't find it I need to go in a better direction. I think so. but just a bit to see. the meditation doesn't cure you. it did he choose to Kerr. I have been trying to say that. meditation that I teach show you. teachers should be still. and disconnect from your brain. the soul. must be disconnected. in some way so that because as long as you're angry your soul is is entangled with your brain and so your power animal and part human. but some of the more nice you are. the worse a woman is because she sees a weakness and she wants to see your real strength that's what a woman wants gentle string. gentle strength can only come. from. the lord this in you the Jesus nature. is is now has no emotion. if you have a motion you can be manipulated but you calling could you call call me make me upset. because if you try to not upset me. you'll get upset trying to upset me and I win. meaning I don't get upset I don't obey. I don't I'm not gonna get upset because I know if I get upset. I belong to the person who accepts me with its pseudo good or evil bad. sudo good is just as bad as pseudo bag. they're both wrong. you're gonna die from this you're going to get rid of the extension our field mother. you're not a man if you're the extension of your mother. she she must be an extension of you and you must be extension of the crater be still and know is be still the secret of that seven minute bed to Tatian is to bring you to that but not to teach you any Christian any Christianity or any kind of religion. all I want you to do is disconnect the meditation seven meditation is simply. causing you to the soul. this in tangled with the brain so that everything on the outside will control you and make you crazy MMA end. inch drive into all the worse things. and spank you struggle which can never help you I told and compound every problem ever may I say phone numbers I'm putting too much thought into it all in yes you too much what you need is is to be still and the way to be still is if I am sh teaching you I don't want you to do anything at all this of myself I can do nothing you can do nothing and you have to recognize that of yourself you could nothing and so you wait for something and so you must know that you this extension of the person because she is difficult I mean she's difficult to upset when you're upset she owns two. and all the help the civil laws comes through me is through all the generations women waiting for a man that Samak and the man. get the put all lead to subtle..
"samak" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio
"So this is about how you dress in the kitchen. Oh, dear. So do us any kind of a apron, or smock, and is it very restaurant? He was a look like wow. I know as a little personal. It's okay to do. I must do or my hands. Don't work. One is to put my hair in ponytail and make sure all of my hair is out of my face. The second one is I must wear an apron. And I my favorite apron is regard. They make chef's jackets to the route of France. And they make the apprentices aprons is the ones that Yulia used to love their these blue apron that are very long that French blue. Yeah. And I love it because this the only thing that covers my rear end. You know. So when you're cooking, particularly when you're baking dealing with flower, you get flour, all of your hands, and you sort of go put him on the your rear end. Suddenly got flower marks all over you. So I like to sort of keep that part of me covered. So that's. My favorite apron, and I the planer the better. I'm not into frilly this not functional. So now you've give me hint him what to. Oh, yes, I'd like to go online tonight. Yes. Okay. Time for some calls. Welcome to milk street whose calling. Hi, this is Josh from Chicago. Hi, josh. How are you? I'm doing fantastic. Good. How can we help you? Well, I'm calling because I am trying to up my spice game I have for such a long time had the typical spices my salt my peppers, maybe on. Occasion. I'll go crazy Nelson dried oregano cumin. So I thought I would actually kind of break the mold this year and try and build out that spice rack that's been for too long empty, and I'm just trying to figure out how does the guy kind of build out the spices. And where does they start? And what are some of the more interesting spices that one should have in their repertoire? I'll give you five or six bicycles. I think you should get you mentioned cumin coriander. You should definitely have those, I would have them ground and whole seeds. A lot of recipes I use them whole or you toast them hole in a Skillet for a couple of minutes, and then grind them up. You get lots more flavors for pepper Aleppo. Pepper and earth. Pepper Aleppo is particularly useful. It's a little fruity. It's hot. It's using a lot of recipes around the Middle East, a smoked paprika, you can use water old bread in some garlic, and make a soup with smoked paprika. That's great turmeric I soon you have around, but make sure you have that and then to others Samak, which is lemony and sour, at the same time it's used a lot in Middle Eastern cooking. And the last would be Sichuan pepper corns because they give you that sort of numbing experience in the mouth, which is really unique and is used a lot of cooking, so cumin coriander Cardamom Aleppo smoked paprika turmeric. Samak Sichuan, pepper corns. That's more than five but that's my list. Josh? What are you going to be cooking? While I traditionally, mostly stews. I'm trying to break out of that mold, I'd have to suggestions saute onions with some oil cook them and added the spices onions at the beginning to develop some flavor. So no matter what spices to us. Don't just throw everything in and you could use a coal pan with cold oil, put the unions in, and then at your cumin coriander. Whatever you want in develop that for seven, or eight minutes. Secondly, when you're finished with your dish take a little bit of oil, just like grapeseed oil could be your holiday. I'll take a little bit of spice like Aleppo pepper would work or you could use turmeric or whatever you want and infuse that on top of the stove just warm up oil with the pepper in it for a couple minutes, and then drizzle it over each serving when you serve it. It's called targets..
"samak" Discussed on FT Politics
"And the hallway decision feeds into that. Does the UK want to work with China, and by its Cates and work closely with it or does it not want to you can get pricey there with the ups and downs of the this relationship, and you left out the thing at the start of the company everywhere covering the Dalai Lama and that the British relationship with China deep freeze for number of years, and I was on a trip with George Osborne to China way. It was the highlight of the whole engagement strategy. The golden era way Bassi said access all areas to the UK Konami nuclear power stations. Fine, railways, fine. And of course, this one we're talking about here that the most sensitive of all access to data. And so though, the national Security Council was discussing who our involvement in five G on security basis. And I'm told that it would be crude and inappropriate to discuss economic considerations at the NFC. It was the unspoken truth behind that meeting. Not least because the chance to the exchequer was heading to Beijing to later to attend a conference on the China's belt and road initiative. So clearly the involvement of hallway in the five. Gene network. The signal that sends out to other countries in the west about the acceptability or otherwise that happening was a huge signal to the Chinese that we re ready to try and rebuild some strained relations. S- let's go to this NFC meeting on Tuesday. Then the national Security Council was set up in twenty ten by David Cameron moving this similar body in America. And it was a place that was seen as sacrosanct in terms of discussions of very high level security, topics. It's ministers heads of the intelligence services and civil servants who sit in this body. They had this meeting on Tuesday where as David said the intelligence was put forward from the community saying this is a mountain risk. We should do this. There was probably unspoken things they have about trade and economic and the government went ahead with it. And then amazingly on Wednesday morning. It was emblazoned on the Flint page of the daily. Telegraph without official announcement, and nobody had been told that allies hadn't been told parliament had told the gun had made an announcement in some ministers. In fact, say. That the final final decision has still not finally been made on this cue, an awful lot of anger in Westminster. Yeah. I mean, as you say, this is the most sensitive in council of the government's we've become accustomed in the last year or two to the cabinet becoming incredibly leaky. And as the chief whip's at least disciplined covenant of wooden times, but this is a different level. The idea of information leaking from this body where highly classified materials disgust will see out of the ordinary at something which huts be stamped on hard and Samak sample who's the covenant secretary top civil servant in the land. Also doubles up as the national security advisor, the roof was absolutely furious on a day later, he announced he was going to conduct a formal leaking quarry now who is to blame. This started this great, Hugh who done it sort of gaming in Westminster. And it was within a matter of hours people number ten. We're pointing the finger at ministers who might have. I'm Bishen 's to see Theresa May as prime minister were they putting this into the public domain. As a way of showing that they were security hawks people prepared to stand up against China against a week vessel. Acing equivocal Prime Minister Theresa may. That was the way the story was presented and the telegraph Downey street were furious. Individuals were named we're not gonna talk about them on this podcast because potentially get into legal issues. But there was a blame game around watch..
"samak" Discussed on KTRH
"Some broken windows. Samak is Asians were made some arguments between boyfriend girlfriend boyfriend girlfriend on both sides one the barged into the apartment where he was shot by the other man, the case is now turned over the DA's office to decide if any charges should be filed eastern police trying to find whoever tied up a man shot a death in a ditch a passer-by discovered. The victim's body this morning along west twelve near Hempstead highway. Officers say tape was used to tie up the man's hands and feet. Anyone information should call HP? Houston is D. Student arrested this week on claims he brought a gun and drugs to school h. St. says staff at Austin high school family items Wednesday in Richard Duran's backpack. Police took the year old into custody short time later Duran's charged with carrying a weapon and a prohibited place. No injuries were reported. The Texas Senate passed Bill that would allow school districts to permit marshalls to carry firearms openly on campus. Current law requires marshalls to store their handguns in a safe or locks or to wear them concealed when they're armed this legislation. Let's school districts in charter school governing boards decide the matter of open carry for their campus marshalls better now goes to the state house gas prices around Houston have gone up. Again, you may have noticed Daniel Armbruster with AAA Texas telling KTAR h there's no relief in sight. Just yet the pri- average went up three cents on the week sixty three now the average in Houston, and it's only six cents more than where it was last year and with the US ending waivers for countries importing oil from Iran. Armbruster says prices will likely continue to rise in the weeks ahead North Korea sitting too. Million dollar hospital. Bill to the Trump administration for treatment of American prisoner who died in two thousand seventeen before returning university of Virginia student Otto warmbier back to the US officials North Korea sent the US hospital Bill for two million dollars warmbier fell into a coma during his detention in North Korea in died in a US hospital and twenty seventeen source tells Fox News the US did not pay money to North Korea. White House press secretary Sarah Sanders says the administration does not come on hostage negotiations, which is why they've been so successful during this administration. Warriors parents have sued North Korea over their son's death, awarded by US court more than five hundred million dollars in Washington, Jared Halpern, Fox News. It's four minutes past the hour. The CDC is confirming there a nearly seven hundred cases of measles this year with the vast majority in New York, the six hundred ninety five measles cases, are the most since the US clear that. Z's radicalized in two thousand the current outbreaks in New York are centered. In Brooklyn, Rockland county Dutcher Peter hotels, the Baylor University. College of medicine says there's a lot of misinformation out there. One of the things that the anti vaccine movement has been doing is portraying measles as a benign illness. Nothing more than a rash. Nothing could be more further from the truth measles. Outbreaks also have been saying in Washington state, New Jersey, Michigan Portland and Santa Cruz that Sara Lee Kessler reporting the mayor of Edinburgh and the Rio Grande valley arrested today on charges he rigged his own election. Mark Rylander with a tax attorney general's office says mayor Richard Bellina in his wife who was also arrested registered voters at several locations. So they could vote multiple times for him and the twenty seventeen city election voter fraud is an affront to democracy and places that decision making thirty the Texas electric in the hands of those who have no right to make those choices mowing his wife. Also in custody Molina narrowly defeated a longtime and come in. Edinburgh mayor in that twenty seventeen race one major drugstore chain looking to help America have straight teeth CVS is.
"samak" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly
"By your user base are always the sort of grassroot ones that community ones and Apple's doing a really good job of amplifying this. So if you have an iphone doesn't matter how old the photo shown their iphone seven iphone, six iphone six s not biasing this towards the latest or the greatest just get out there and shoots. And if you want to share and get a little bit of attention the shot of Petra in. Erdem Samak is is really good because it avoids all of the tourists and the spoofs in the stands and all the other garbage around the beautiful car. Thanks that. It makes it look. So you've never seen a picture. I'm gonna when I go to Petra which I'm doing this fall. I'm going to take pictures where you see all the other stuff. Just so people know. Have you been to the the snow monkeys in in Japan? I want to go to Nagano. Well. Yeah. And you go up there, and it looks so pristine, but then it's like concrete, and there's a whole bunch of people like literally, really. A great events is like those monkey. I why would they leave? Well, someone said, well what if we get in the monkeys? I'm not like that they will are very strong outright spending time at one hundred monkeys. Here's a great video from Peter McCain and a couple weeks ago called the bucket shot. We're always life. You wanted to get this one shot in Elbert this beautiful lake with snow and still water. And you see him get the shop than appeals back, and there's like one hundred people around him trying to get the exact same time. But the and and not get anybody else in the same an anchor watts like that if you go to anchor watt, there's there's two pools on either side of the of the main area, and there is about two thousand people on the wrong pool or has a horrible shot of Mandra what with because but the stores are over there. And I guess the tourists are the guides take them all over there. So they buy stuff, and then there's like one hundred people that know that the other side is it, but still one hundred people that you're trying to like move around and try to get your that one shot that every and everybody takes xactly the, Sean. So I think I think he that guy also has shot a video of like there's that famous like little sort of like washed out desert rock formation that tells us that beautiful lighting in a resort. And so. Again, this Bill you can get this beautiful shot of like, orange rocks. And the sunlight streaming, and and he I think he didn't other video that was where he went there. And was literally like you go on you get the special photo pass. And it's twenty people lining up to okay, your turn step up here. And then then the person who arranged a triple throw the sand in the air to get that sort of dusty effect, like ten seconds. Okay. Click. Yeah. Yeah. That's that doesn't seem like that doesn't seem like the the the the adventure of creativity, uniqueness, and expression. It's Chris it was inveighing against Instagram hashtags for locations. And there's even if you go to where was it was somewhere in in Utah? They say, please don't hash tag this photo because it has just caused huge problems for a lot of these most the most scenic spots in the world because it's just all these people. Well, I gotta get my Instagram shot of this. You know? Yeah. That's the Jackson. That's what it was we go to the most famous famous landmarks in the world. There's always a unique shot to get there. And when you see one hundred people all into the same thing, you know, that it's time to go go to try to find the other side of that thing. It's just yeah. Do up. Sorry have have fun the way you would like to have fun, but it's sometimes between photography and just doing a photo scavenger hunt. Yeah. Oh, also one note on the iphone contests. No nude. He's. Oh, well, they want by the way what you're humans. You get humans..
"samak" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook
"I'm living in a big pile MacWorld and underwear. Hey, this is MAC some of your probably wonder where Weldon is he got shot by bandits. He was really enamored with a noise that he could make with his mouth, and he became so addicted to making that noise that he ultimately alienated everyone he knew and started picking fights with people at the saloon and Darren them to try to make him stop making the noise. Well, you don't make the noise anymore. Well, do was shot by bandits and the bandits went through and they did left his wallet. And they left all his jewelry autumn. And the only thing they stole were Samak Weldon underwears because that's how comfy this stuff is not only do MAC wilderness. Underwear socks insurance? Look good, they perform well too. And they were kept. They the underwears were actually worth taking they were clean and safe. Even though he'd been shot follows that Weldon because he wouldn't stop doing that noise that he's thinks is so impressive. There's a line of silver underwear and shirts that are naturally antimicrobial, which means they eliminate odor. And and that's that's what Weldon hat on and part Sparta. Why the bandits felt comfortable where it at other manned underwear deadman's underwear because they knew in fact that. That that they were still going to be a clean and safe. You know, me personally, I put on the sweat shorts that they have. And I'm so comfy on my horse. Just riding around and nice pair of sweat shorts. I go why did cow who is, you know, used to wear such uncomfortable stuff when they could have been wearing some of this MacWorld and stuff that I like so much the virgin website is so easy to use. Can do it right? From the. Tumbleweed? Anyway, if you don't let your first pair, you can keep it in and now still refund, you know, questions asked, and you don't want to answer any of those questions about why you didn't like your underwear could be uncomfortable. For twenty percent off your first order, visit MAC and.
"samak" Discussed on Start the Week
"K. forward slash radio for Hulo relations with Russia are again very tense. There's a war of words going on and perhaps soon a cyber conflict, but thus far. Thank goodness, no actual war. The idea of us is a modern western state actually engaging in war of the old kind not simply a limited conflict. Far away has become almost unthinkable. And that is a massive change in our culture, our society and the way we think about ourselves Samak's Hastings is one of Britain's best known military historians, and his new book covers the Vietnam war for many unexpected angles, Helen PA, a historian, lost her uncle when he was killed in the Falklands war and has now written our boys, the story of paratrooper, Jen. Villawood Dannatt. The former commander in chief of the British army is also the author of an account of modern British soldiering while the journalists, Deborah Hanes has caused unimpressive manager of trouble at the ministry of defence, welcome all we're going to talk about war today, of course. But also I hope reflect on the historical ordnace of the fact that we live in such an unwarlike society. Now, Samak let's just start with Vietnam and we think of this as essentially new American war. But of course it begins as a French will can just talk through the origins. It was an extraordinary business that a non hundred Forty-five FRANZ have been humiliated in World War Two. Now, the Japanese had removed the French from Pau in Indochina the they're all colony general de Gaulle decided nine hundred forty four leader FRANZ that it was vital to the prestige LA, LA, LA Patrie to regain control Besim to have this door his empire again. So despite the fact that hosts Uman was leading a nationalist movement of a vigorous and popular nationalist movement in. Indochina the French set about attempting by force of all GMs to hold onto it, and they fought it war for ten years. Georgia will said memorably that the quickest way to end the war is to lose it, what it took, the French a decade to lose it, and it was a gospel bloody business. And in the early stages, of course, the Americans were quite close to hokey moons these people. I mean, the American advisors in with Vietnam, though, seventy weird things about it, special forces officers who were parachuted into how she meant and nine hundred forty five. They will miss in WT they decided he was upset new terrific. But then as the Cold War started getting cold in the late nineteen forties, early fifties, the Americans panic, they decided that how Cheesman represented of Chinese expansionism, which they will almost aesthetical about that period and they first of all, began paying all the bills for the French war. And you have this extraordinary situation that although the French were doing the fighting in the nineteen fifties, they were driving American GPS flying American planes wearing. American homes. So one too surprising when ten years legs, Erica the Americans ton on the, they feel that he's just a continuation of colonialism. Those an extraordinary moment, which to me is the most interesting part of British involvement. Nine hundred fifty four. The Frenchman Dushku trouble believe besieged by the vet men so-called hokey men's people. The NBN FU and Eisenhower is under a lot of pressure, the president to intervene militarily to save the French to destroy the communists. He says, we'll do it, but only if the British will come in out so eisenhart, right? So let the judge was his April nineteen fifty four. And he says, have we been here before with Hitler? Mussolini on civil? Is it not time to realize Churchill sent you a wonderful? He said, if if we could not save India for ourselves, we cannot save in China for the French said, the loss of the fortress mafia faced very good..
"samak" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio
"Oh and an a cross between marjoram and while time to be honest and it's grows while in attack yeah in the southern turkish region it's beautifully fragrant so it's been greatly enjoyed as a herp fresh hope in in southern turkey where my roots i from but it's even more popular and very enjoyable as the bland zautar blend which actually included in the condoms chapter in my cookery book and thought i blend is an incredible mixture of traditional one is it can take up to forty different things in including the niger season the sesame seeds crushed cooked chickpeas crushed ground stout chills cumin samak see sold black pepper you name it and instead and it is absolutely amazing so you also talked with your book about i really liked this bathing vegetables in a yes combination of water and pomegranate molasses to provider flavor so talk about that because i've never heard that before yes that is a lovely ritual actually so that's very southern turkish my roots go back to ancient antione kentucky at the southern part of circuit and i live in my grandmother's home almost five hundred year old stolen home in ancient antioch and we have all this incredible groza pomegranates mulberries and lemon and and what folks would do is turn all that lovely choosy pomegranates into the thick molasses so they would juice all those pomegranates and it would be simmered it becomes a thick molasses now is is this is the juice coming from the sea and only the seeds or the whole thing whole thing but you will get your pips but you know you basically have to have the jews and then it would be boiled down to a very very thick syrup and it's gorgeous lee tangy and sweet and i rather prefer not at much sugar than just tastes the real choose and a little bit.
"samak" Discussed on Connected
"Does the apple pencil is support on the cheapest ipad that for them to continue to want to sell pat pros they need to widen the gap between those two products again so you know like the pencils always been a pro feature when now it's not so they wanna try and make sure that the gap is wider again for the ipads and it makes sense to do that sooner rather than later so that's why i think if we're gonna get happened in june i also think we're just not gonna get in september anymore because it's not important enough and there's no point in taking time away from the iphone keno like you may as well do them on a different shadow i i don't think that is beneficial particularly to hold them until september they don't need to it also gets rid of the weird awkwardness of like will they or want to have an october even for a long time they had both and they didn't and a lot of times that second fall event was like i pads and other stuff samak's stuff that was kind of just like grab bag and very early october even have like a nice thread all the way through yeah i don't i think it's definitely possible i'm not saying it's not just think that's interesting they've done it once and now we kind of take it for granted but anyways yeah i mean also if you're going to have twelve with no lie pet specific features of the bbc giving pro users new ipad is a good way to sort of calm those concerns down to say well you'll have no new features but hey look you got a new ipad with face idea and a new design and no home button so everybody's still kinda happy even though the software is still basically the same so we talked about the education event was that only a week ago seems like that even it was a year ago.
"samak" Discussed on WLAC
"Head up back channeled through it done why aren't you way forward evidence to come out sean and then you can conclude awaiting here in 2016 i've been waiting a year showed samak and i was in hat by a casper the friendly goals so look uh if we're finished talking about my book hacks can we talk about what's on your menu for thanksgiving let me play for you all of these people up to and including last two sundays ago diane feinstein that say this small small small small women harunur for your plenty of smoke no fire as it relates to the topic we're talking about uh the mr clapper than men on say that to his knowledge there was no evidence of collusion between members the trump campaign in the russians we did not conclude any evidence in our report and when i say i report that is the nsa fbi and cia with my office the director of national intelligence they had anything and you reflection of collusion between the members of the trump campaign and the russians there was no evidence of that in our report what is mr clapper wrong when he said that i think he's right about characterizing a report which you all over it redid non include any evidence in our report and i say hour the nsa fbi and cia with martin office director nison told since the head anything that rao had any reflection of collusion between members of the trump campaign and the russians there was no evidence that included in in our report have you seen anything either intelligence briefings at serie intelligence briefings anything to back up any of the accusations that show up think they have the documentation that they did the apple the hacking on the dnc bright and on some about cno that what the collision though no we have not do you have evidence that there was in fact collusion between trump associates and russia during the campaign not at this time be seen anything that suggest.
"samak" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"And no pumpkin pie now i talked earlier about reading kathleen purposes article about macaroni and cheese and i never knew that in the black community this is hallowed ground that it's not just mac and cheese that there are there's probably somebody in the family that does the mac and cheese and nobody else does it and it's a recipe and has been handed down and it is and and so on looking for an african american family to invite me for for'mixing cheese which are probably not supposed to be eaten but um i mean it's a territorial it's it is a serious business there's lots of white people who think they can make macaroni and cheese let me tell you something from what i read in catholic berge she was a catholic burbs the story that i don't have the article in front of me but she was asked to go speak to some kids at a scott bagged and one of the questions she asked was what's your favorite food at thanksgiving and she said barbara bush went through that this the turkey's addressing the like this i like that and then uh some kids said macaroni and cheese and all the light kids said uh and ad for for thanksgiving and all the black kids said yes absolutely and then she said so i was there to teach the kids the kids didn't learn i learned meeting kathleen purpose learn and that's when she wrote this article about macaroni and cheese and the black community and what i mean there is usually somebody in the family that has designated uh debts earned the right and that's the only one this going to be designated to make it and it is a serious serious assignment in a business uh and i wanna i wanna i wanna try it aga you know i tried you're caller drains like that now let's get me on samak aji's so as it's just a story narrowed i never knew i doubt very seriously that the pringle's mac and cheese potato chip is probably going to do all he is probably going to.
"samak" Discussed on WWL
"Church again and try to find samak actors lows cbs news investigative producer pat milton yvonne portharcourt predicted continent devon kelly did not work at a bible teacher but it unknown what church you work that and even unknown whether he worked at it shirt kelly's former inlaws went to the church but not yesterday from president trump in japan condolences his beautiful wonderful area with incredible people who would ever think a thing like this could happen mr trump calling yesterday shooting a mental health problem not a gun control problem cbs news special report i'm thicky barker it other news make it six wins in a row for the new orleans saints and that is the end of our game with the score the new orleans saints thirty in the tampa bay buccaneers 10 saints coach shahed peyton like what the defense did in the sixth consecutive win for his team but they played real good we did a good job of contesting the throws in yet keep no keeping ball and for all of us not malone or not allowing the big play objects the buffalo bills at buffalo next sunday a house gop tax plan promises to lower taxes for most americans and also simplify the tax code so that many individuals will be able to file their own taxes on a poll sd card branded the guards a member of the louisiana cpa society had he imagines tax payers will still be needed though complicated and we'll be by and large now he was busy there is some concern the house gop tax proposal will not passed the senate the drive hall will probably happen after doc for a lot of us now that we're back on standard timed and it's dear season dear right now art in the mood if you know what i mean and they get active around dusk stateformed spokesman tip dig says when possible turn on your bright's dear have is that are very reflective but if one does dart in front of you fight the instinct to swerve you'll could end up doing more damage two your show if crowd were to avoid that you could go into oncoming traffic you could private dig says your car and you can better survive hitting a dear that.
"samak" Discussed on Super Station 101
"College football samak shen mac football haley bailey in maxwell tell you what it was pretty wild oregon cell state versus georgia southern pay to actually decent team saying those two two teams i mean they're not gonna win the national title but arkansas state when they i guess miles on for a while at a highpowered offense endured georgia southern that triple option you do not want to play and by some horner's ball joe trillo lopata level loading her it on a career while agreed on a lot of guys that love the game on failed the final score was eleven to eight eleven eight was the final score that game last night so it was just it was entertaining the first quarter the first quarter the first inning there was lie four ron's mother down in by that was that was school it's fun to watch and in really really know what was going on a majority tom but i love i love to watch people score there was on there was four triples hit last night the triple is my favorite thing in baseball early yes triples are the best pupils or second to inside the park home runs inside the program as i've been one of the most exciting boys imploded in our favour play is the is the the threeperson out i the triple ploy oh yeah hey a years truly was the other cameraman for cipolletta the former employer who reigning mainland sports center really added it twice this year my my shot got an ordinary syrian royally admiral i'll put it on a resume do that's awesome although her triple blows goes aligned drive in then new hit back two shortstop tag second went to first will force out there so cool hauled nice idc you you gotta yet ruled even that baseball and go out there and you almost lost me which rule to try to try to pull it in last night in that game to their relief pitcher came and hit a triple.
"samak" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Carrie this team i just can't and i'm not even care but more than carried the load that you'd carried to this point do land with better and headley is improved his average age the run of average up to acceptable no power whatsoever of four months all our power which he's playing a power position beat first the third reich they got tied razor coming some home runs he's coming here and not at all months so how bad the other guys in the yankees lineup i'm not saying carried the team on saying help pick up the slack for slots struggling aaron judged let me ask you this jody do you think it's too shrunk to say the judge makes this offense go yes no not to strongest i it's it's fact it is stonecold fact yeah but if everybody else picks it up then they could be okay and then they could take the pressure off him at well when i'm kind of point here in cleveland has week eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six we'll get to your yankee calls gray making his first start in a yankee uniform tonight fascinating weekend set against the cleveland indians mousse and mack with you updates on we'll get your calls here's p monday samak pressures on sunny gray as he makes his first start with the yankees tonight in cleveland against the indians yanks had route three of four and the have struggled but gray was on fire heading into the fray deadline four into a one point four ayar at the last two months it starting to click and i'm starting to and you'll see i started to to fill the baseball again in and make it do the things that i've always been able to make it do make it move a little bit more one way or the other gory clover on the mound for the indians covered six thirty here on the fan named john nets wrap up a ten game road trip in denver and after noon game against the.
"samak" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"This is the one occasion i get to where my mac and act phil samak had on air yeah it's it's incredible conference in in terms of who comes here it started out as a small conference center gone media it's grown much bigger a sense and you look at the themes each year and see what the conversations are going to be like there's a big focus on foreign policy we saw a retired general david betray us arrive at yesterday general stanley mcchrystal is going to be here investor richard haass of course friend of surveillance will be here speaking as well others a focus on a is this year really going to be here david kenny who heads up watson for ibm a big focus on health care a something of course it's important to the participants here and everyone in the in the us congress continues to debate what's going to happen the healthcare policy a lot of insurance it's company ceos here the heads of some major hospitals as well i sat down with dr toby cosgrove the cleveland clinic yesterday he's here to convene a panel on the opioid crisis in the us we started off by talking about what he thinks about the republican healthcare bill in the senate here's what he had to say here's that conversation we've seen the back and forth here among legislators over there july fourth resist come back to washington mitch mcconnell says gonna be belong on thursday how often mystic to call that's going to lead to changing healthcare in this country first of all i don't think the bill passed legislators worn out the hurdle off from their constituents across the country being very upset about the possibility of have having a number of people in the future what are you worried about when it comes to healthcare he has through access to care and affordable insurance but one of the big issues that you're you're concerned with right now for one of the big issues that i think we have the talk of others the health of the country as a whole we have an obesity crisis were a third of the country knows of these accounts for ten percent of the.
"samak" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast
"As as their fancy their sorensen there we go someone got it finally anyway back when sorensen came out what if my or you know racial six whereas they're example 'cause that as harbors for for the what if you can't sport well year video playback as choppy or you can play it all worth the damn like it you know it will fall back to software so for h65apple is supporting decoding unlike every mac this obviously and lots of old max too and there is a software fall back if you don't have hardware because a lot of makssud don't have our like most maxed on have hard report and will the software fall back be fast enough you can find a now go find nature 65 movie in mkv format on off the back of whatever truck you wanna find it on and try to play it and if it is reasonable resolution and you played in like an player for macro would ever play fine but you'll find one that's like four k rerun some things 10adp and you'll try to play an emperor voc or whatever and it will choppy gets be choppy and it will drop frames and it will be crappy but in general i think they're apple software implementation of h265 and coding and decoding we'll be just fine for any reasonably modern mac but just like the h264 changeover did leave behind samak's the could play to play 'em peg for video perfectly fine in the days before impact to or whatever and had trouble with a chew 64 without any hardware to help it out really big videos that will happen but it will be fine like i'mi wouldn't be worried about this if you if you don't remember the super painful transition to each 264 you also remember the super painful transition they 65 anything 205 transitional easier because i think we'll see the hardware support for come online sooner because a lot of it is a lot of the the hardware does used to do it is similar enough stage this excited decoding the to have close analogues to it soi think the hardware vendors won't they won't be too painful to to add the hardware to do which is expected to cut its already in the new chips.