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"steve hi" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:25 min | Last month

"steve hi" Discussed on 600 WREC

"When anybody says to you, the news media treated these treated trump no different than they treated Obama. They're smoking more crack than Hunter. Probably for saying that seriously, and I hope he stopped by now. 800 to 8 to 28 82. It is open line Friday. Let's go to Steve. Steve is in Springfield, Massachusetts. Welcome. You're on the Rush Limbaugh show Steve Hi. How you doing? Um, um The thing is the reason I'm calling as a conservative that originally dismissed, Um Edward Snowden as a liberal rat who betrayed our intelligence secrets. After doing some more research about him. I found out that he was actually a loyal Democrat who is disgusted with the spying that was being done under the Bush administration. He was a loyal Democrat. He voted for Barack Obama, hoping that things will get better. Well, actually, they got hundreds of times worse. And it was James Clapper lying repeatedly. That's when he dumped his trolled off CIA leaks that shows how the CIA is spying on us Now, with all that has happened with trumping spied on in some stuff like that. I think Alex Molden is a hero. And then he's a computer wizard. If anybody could get to the bottom of what's going on in the CIA computer wise, it's this guy. I am so glad you called Steve. You laid that out perfectly. That there are and there are now and there were people on the left and the right who had the same concerns that a lot of Americans have now about whether it's the deep state or the CIA having way too much power. They've always had too much power. I have to be careful because I would like to get home alive today. They always they have always had too much power, the CIA and you're right people like Wikipedia's Julian Massage and Edward Snowden and others. Have called them out. And I would love to see a task force of presidential pardon and a task force of what you said. Steve, you put you put Edward on there. You put Julian massage on there and some other white hat. Techno geeks, Hackers, white hat hackers and they drilled down to the bottom of this Dominion thing, because I don't know if we can trust Ah, lot of the people that helped Mueller frame President Trump. If there's anything that concerns me about the last four years, it's the fact that people I once looked to and had respect for people who lead the FBI people who lead these intelligence organizations. They don't have our back. And that really concerns me. But I would I would love to see that I'm so glad you called. This is the Rush Limbaugh show will be right back. You're listening to the EI Be network hate Sean Hannity. Join me this afternoon. A two on news radio 1055. W E R C E even more dependent on your home computer and the data on it than ever before. It's a byproduct of these current times. And if you're without a data backup, you are putting yourself in a really tough spot. Back up everything on your computer. Do it with I drive and do it. Now, This is the data backup company we recommend I drives backup service securely puts your data on their cloud based servers. So when that day comes and you're computer crashes or it's stolen, or whatever happens, you know.

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"steve hi" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:55 min | Last month

"steve hi" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"We got a big sports weekend to talk about. So he'll be on its 7 50 much, much more. Many of the things you talked about to be percolating tomorrow as well. You got it? No, Thompson be well, Everybody tune in tomorrow starting at 5 A.m. appreciate you being there, but we have a great night. Thanks, guys. All the best That's about Thompson checking in on bright wonderful. That's the coach. New stock. 11 10 99 3 WPT. Alright, A Steve on six. Steve. Welcome to the program. What's on your mind? Steve Steve No, Steve No, Steve Hi, Steve. Bob. On one, Bob, What's on your mind? Hey, Brad. I was We've talked a lot. I want to tell people that There's a difference on the vaccines. You know Johnson and Johnson. Masters. They can all those those air called a dino. Vector. Viral vaccines and their you know the dead. Are we conversion of the actual virus. Then you have Madonna cure back and bio in text slash Frizer Now that's messenger or in a what that is synthetic. Version. It is not any part of the virus. It mimics of viruses, computerized and actually made in the lab. This carried by lifted nanoparticle. That's fatty tissue of the molecules put into that is dispersed into the system, the body and it prompts body cells. It does not enter the cells. Props the body's cells to make the neutralizing anybody's now this has been around a long time Messenger RNA is relatively new, but the lipping nanoparticle Is using all the T cell were the spinal muscular last few work of sushi and muscular dystrophy work right. People should not fear this and I'll tell you real quick. The dirt is 10 years old. Your back is 20 years old. Bio intact is 12 years old. They have been doing this for a long time, and this is their first chance to actually get the product to the market. So are you, Are you are you all the way in? Are you getting it? No matter what. I will. I'm 70 years old. I've done my homework. You know, I trade by attack. We've talked about that. I'm very confident in it and as far as a allergy reactions None of the trials of either type have used any people that have severe allergies. That's just something's going to be dealt with something that might be put on the label. None of the trials 46,000 and bio intact 32,000 and Madonna about 40,000 and Johnson and Johnson, AstraZeneca. None of them used Subjects that has severe allergies. Good to know. Always good to talk to you, Bob. I appreciate you checking in. You brought a lot of knowledge and look for our next conversation. My brother. Take care That's Bob. Checking in on Brett. Wonderful news Talk. 11. 10 993, W. VT Boomer von Cannon's got Look at the roads or what's happened. Bread. We have report of the incident North Mecklenburg before 85 out of loot their exit 28 Mallard Creek Road.

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"steve hi" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:46 min | 7 months ago

"steve hi" Discussed on KTOK

"Katie. Okay, Moonlight madness that Markham's nursery exit one of four or 5 35 in gold's B, and we're happy to be here with Grace and Markham Harz Burger. And Jamie Ashmore. Kevin, right. I'm Gwen Falconer Lippert. Yes. Yeah, I couldn't hear you, Mike. So I thought we were dead er than a door bill because I was talking to Greece. So let's talk to Steve about Yeah. Hi, Steve. Hi. Great question. One is I have a cappio, CA. Lance that was given May that's about Eight inches tall in a pot. What do I do with it? But it can iPod it And the second question is I've got a boob envy, and it's also been apart for like, two years. I bring it in. And this year I put it out, and it's beautifully, bro. Uh, Leif leaked out and beautiful leave. I think it's something like the A 1,000,000,000 kaleidoscope colors of the leaves. It's kind of Not all one shade of green, but it's not blooming. Yeah, and that's you know, and there's like You'll get 1000 different opinions on how to make book envious bloom because sometimes they just stop, but because big movie is technically a vine You really don't want to fertilize it. If you do fertilize that do not use the love nitrogen because I'll just It's actually the Brax their coloring up. Like points that is due. S o. I would just Don't fertilize it and sort of hold back on the water make it struggle little bit, and it will usually kick it into bloom. And oh, another tip on the book of Via if you bring it in and out. It's gonna lose his lease We bring inside and it's gonna lose its and the leads that you grow inside. They're going to fall off when you take it outside. So if you want to strip those leaves out outside, so you don't have to have all those lease all of your house. That's perfectly fine. Okay. And all the tape. Okay. Is that variegated? Cap. You could irrigated. Yeah. Would you get Dasani? No, A friend gave it to me. Oh, it's cool. I grew like 20 of those at the extension at the old extension, and they're really cool. And yes, you can grow in a pot. You need him in a pretty big part because it has a gigantic taproot. And they will not over winner. I've tried over winter from several times even put tons of molten on, um So you'll have to dig it up. Try to not disturb the tappers. If you can just put it in a big Beckett or even better if you have one does grow bags. And stick it in the grow bag that fabric pot. And then you'll have to put something underneath it to catch the water. But on and then you just slowly. Take water a little bit, but try to try to keep it on the lean side because it's not gonna be processing water that much in the winter. And because of that huge root, that's that's Ah, if it's in a love water, Elrod Okay? And in the in the summer now full sun Yes. Yeah, especially very gate. You want that color? You know the color of irrigation, so I put it in full sun. For both of us broke in via and the tapioca. We thank you for your calls many hot, Yeah, focus called Mani Heart. It's called What many hot many.

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Canceling Ivanka Trump spurs backlash for Kansas college

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 7 months ago

Canceling Ivanka Trump spurs backlash for Kansas college

"Hi hi Mike Mike Crossey Rossi a reporting reporting NASCAR Wichita state bans university's the Confederate president flag is from under its fire races after and properties canceling a speech NASCAR by Ivanka the trump American racing the circuit Kansas that board was founded of regents in the met south to discuss has banned the fate the of Wichita Confederate State flag University from its races president at Jay properties golden Wednesday in a statement amid Wednesday a backlash NASCAR over his said decision the Confederate to cancel flag runs a speech contrary by Ivanka to trump our commitment last to providing Thursday a just welcoming hours after and inclusive announcing trump environment would give for a all virtual fans speech our competitors for the WSU and our tech industry graduation earlier golden this week cancelled Bubba the speech Wallace the after only a professor's black driver open on the letter NASCAR of protest Cup series drew called nearly for the five Confederate hundred flag signatures to be banned if from I could the sport trumpet visited the decision WSU was announced tech last hours fall before to Wednesday promote night's its training race at programs Martinsville speedway former in board Virginia member Steve hi Clark Mike Rossio sent a letter Monday calling for golden's ouster hi Mike Rossi up

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"steve hi" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:29 min | 8 months ago

"steve hi" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Nineteen ninety one so well and if you want to jump in at any time it's three one two nine eight one seven two hundred three one two nine eight one seven two hundred every Monday morning right around this time steeper Kobe and Eric Childress join me to review the new movies that are now streaming obviously and also we have a couple of always do some genre stuff to give you some suggestions to watch while you're stuck inside someone talk about animated movies but let's get the guys on here's Eric hi Eric hello in Steve hi Steve hello all right hi yeah how you guys all know how you'll not they they just sort of bleeding within the next it just seems like yeah you know every week just seems to go by in a flash yeah happy that the weather starts to get a little bit better than least something looked out at a little breezy and rain for you know only forty days and forty nights at this point yeah but but yeah you know do some just keeping busy busy as possible to you know stay away from the news yeah thank you Steve I hope not didn't all right up until like this weekend was a little rough we had a few losses that I really kind of tell me out big time especially when Shelton she was someone that I that I talked to a few times over the years and and she does a wonderful sweet person I think the reason is that hurts the most is because she had a decade more to go like literally she wasn't even close to slowing down either on TV and film and man just you know everyone that's work with their loved her and it's just like a tremendous loss for independent film and and comedy and dramas and like I said on Twitter everything in between of Connor sweet spot so yeah I know it is that that that's a big loss for film in general yeah and I'm Fred Willard to man yeah yeah you know I just I love Fred Willard he's just so great and he's so funny and just recently the stuff that he would do on Kimmel's show just absolutely hysterical he knocked out he'd would knock it out of the park every time he would he would appear on the on cable yeah anyway only so let's stop for them coming up I mean he's a space force for god's sake no and then it would get completed similar projects as well so we're still gonna have a little bit of Fred Willard but yeah you know the current speed said.

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"steve hi" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

08:57 min | 1 year ago

"steve hi" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"In the show but always time for. I'm in good afternoon pulse. Thank you listening. I heard somebody mentioned Shane earlier. In the show. And then the lady last car And you know. I remember when legend in Kate. I started calling me show and we were talking one day and it was the passion passion of the natural robberies between the callers because it was kind of like a movie. You're the show by Leeann. They was there were so many interactive things going went on at once that you had to pay attention to keep up with it because the robbery one one person could call it. Two o'clock oh clock. The other one may not call two four but you wanted to hear what the other guy for clocks it and that was one of the things that drew them to it and remember legend clearly. Really tell them that you know he just loved that part of your show. 'cause it was it was like chestnuts and you you insane for a long time. We're antagonists of if I remember correctly. Oh shame shames great guy in him bobby just had the feud from hell I mean seeing that was You know if you had to do. Five greatest feuds I and Finebaum show history. I would think that would be as close to Of course of course I mean bobby and GM JIM in the Milkman. Jim and everyone pretty much is a feud. Isn't it though. Yeah and I mean that's the way it is you anjem but but but but that was the show in in in in it hasn't lost also but there was a lot of passion amongst those callers and I would say that showing people don't understand though I mean the show was in Birmingham. Alabama there was Ninety percent of the calls were about Alabama and Auburn football. That's exactly right and in battle lance will well drawn and defined and and it was. It was a chess match of smacktalk. And and you know Shane was as passionate as any me. And you know. I remember many times when we'd go to the gatherings and stuff shane. I would always into side smoking cigarettes something that he's always. He's always coaching me up. And I just looked at it. And what man are you kidding me you know but he he was that way. But you know I I I will say. This is very compassionate person to he had an opportunity sanity when he graduated high school to go to the University of Alabama and it seemed like there was some talk of scholarship. The I know that he could walk on and I and wanted to play. And that was his thing. He wanted to play at the University of Alabama but his mom was a single parent and in the ETA sister and he chose stay home go to school locally and take a job hit raises sister and talk to you about this. I used to His last couple of months I I would call him most every night on the way home just to cheer him up toward the end he couldn't even talk right I know you talked to him as well but it he. He just That show was his life outside of the family. You know I I never knew his family and and his general After I I never went into chapel at st outside garage just did not. I did not want to go in and see that. And because of what he had was pretty devastated. It was very dinner. I'll tell you that and But when I introduced myself to his wife she just had the biggest smile because he he was so driven by that show and the callers and he loved every bit of it. That was no hate now. I mean there was some some tense moments but but I think everybody lifted US tense moments. And that's what made show so popular because it had all of those fluid moments of so many moving and carts for so just so few people that were involved and but Shane was as good as they come. y'All have great. Thank you and I. I've been asked ask people. How is this show? Different shows incredibly different And you heard I mean it was it was a it was enormously an extraordinarily special show because also these these relationships and this rivalry And I've had people say WHOA. Don't you want to go back to that. Well the difference today is there's there's just no telling how many more people are able to consume show It's the difference in then versus now is Scar Gannon. And anytime you expand something. You're going to lose something but I still think we all. I'll have worked very hard to try to maintain the essence of that. It's not the same but but there's no way it could be a in many ways. I think it's better although I'm sure the the the original fans of the show would would find fault in that that in that assessment. Steve is in Georgia. And you're on the air. Hey Steve Hi fister fine mom thank you for taking my call thank you I just wanted to make a comment and I started off of laughing at the a guy from Ohio state and then I heard you talking with lady about losing your dog and that brought me to a different replace lost fifteen year old lab. Oh my dad for You know I don't this. Sounds silly because we all go. Oh through a difficult things in our life and and we hear it every day on this program but I'm just isolating this to animals here and Y- yeah. I can't tell you how many people that have said similar things that It's hard to if you're if you're not a pet owner I it's difficult to understand what what your friends go through. When they lose a pet I found? I found that as well and a lot of my My friends who don't own pads or looking at me like I lost my mind but I mean I was literally It was like I lost my cloud cloud. Yeah and that's that's it's to that degree in people are not pet owners. They don't understand that I Steve I've lost like like everyone friends and family and it got gone through since things myself some some most recently but I can still remember as a as a fifteen fifteen year old losing my childhood pet. I'm not sure I ever got over that. That dog was so special to me and obviously the most recent loss But but you move on and you you you find ways to. It's it to to recover from it but but man it's not easy. There's nothing easy about it again. People don't understand but anyhow all I wanted to call and congratulate you on how you handle that Guy State and at the risk I'm not Georgia bulldog man by the way but At the risk of sounding biased I met a bunch of people. Know How state that when you start talking football. They're the same way. I was having flashbacks. One of my neighbors when I led by one time. He's a diehard new US. He's come down. He pulled my flag off my flagpoles several times. This was several years ago but You know no but I thought it was hilarious. How you handle them and the only one other point that I like make as I'm disappointed in my fellow a bulldog fans this year because of how they created jake from toward the end of his time with us I felt like they were on. And then some of the Georgia bulldogs Chat Room type things or whatever you call them on in and as soon as he started Having a few problems they forgot about him. Three years passed on. How how he got us where he got us and I think I may have had some kind of impact on him? Decide not come back again. You may be right. I go up on the end of the year. Steve Thank you very very much. You're listening to Paul Finebaum. Show podcast. Well we made it to the end of the week. Appreciate you being a part of the show. We will see you on Monday. Thank you for listening to Paul Finebaum. Show podcast the Paul Finebaum. Bob Show airs weekdays on the S._E._C.. Network beginning at three eastern..

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Learning a New Language to Improve Your Business

The $100 MBA Show

08:08 min | 1 year ago

Learning a New Language to Improve Your Business

"Today's guest coffin believes that anyone anyone can learn a new language in fact Stephen Seventy four years old and has learned ten languages just in the past few years. He's GonNa show you how you you can expand your communication skills by picking up a new language without frustration in a new and novel way. I'm going to pass onto Steve will be back to wrap up the episode for now takeaway. Steve Hi. My name is Steve Kaufman and I'm GonNa talk today about how you can change your life life. I changed my life when I became a speaker. A fluent speaker in a second language French and then went on to learn twenty-one languages. His learning languages has helped me in my career as a diplomat as a senior executive in the forest industry and then in the last thirty two years in running my own successful businesses in international trade. You may think that learning another language depends on some special talent or that you have to be born into a family where people speak many languages but this is absolutely not so learning another language depends ends on your attitude and how you use your learning time traditional language instruction focuses on grammar and that's the way they did needed in school and it makes language learning difficult in fact it discourages people from learning languages. It teaches languages backwards words. There is a much more efficient way to learn languages and that's the way I learn languages in fact in the last twelve years I I have learned eleven languages and I'm seventy four years old but I do it by using my time efficiently and because I understand understand how the brain learns languages you have to let the brain get used to the sounds and the structures and the words Avenue language before you worry about explanations about how the language works. We can't understand these explanations. We can't do the grammar drills that we had to do in school because we don't have enough experience with the language now today with modern technology. MP Three Technology the Internet Youtube Net flicks there are so many opportunities to connect necked with interesting things in another language and to allow the language to come into your brain so that eventually you're going to be able to speak the language. Not People always say. I don't have time to learn another language but that's because they don't know that in order to find the the time to learn another language you have to focus on listening. You have to focus on listening to things that are meaningful to you. I start my day okay by listening to the latest language that I'm learning while I'm making breakfast. I listen in the car. I listen while working out and then when I listen then of course there are things that I didn't understand so then I go and read and nowadays with online dictionaries and a whole host of modern functionality. I'm able to mine what I was listening to and while I'm now trying to read I can mine it for the words words and the phrases that I'm going to use in order to be able to speak in the language so initially have to focus on understanding the language getting learning the language into you building up your familiarity with the language building up your vocabulary then when you start to speak you will be less frustrated frustrated. You'll be less frustrated because you aren't trying to nail down grammar rules. You aren't trying to do tests. You aren't trying to remember things. You're just naturally instinctively using the words and phrases that have been ingrained engrained in your mind through an efficient process of learning now. All of this does depend on your attitude. You have to believe you can do it. You have to establish regular habits like my habit of listening every day. You have to stay with the task and that's why the most important thing in language learning is not worrying about how well you're doing or what you can say or what mistakes you made. The important thing is to stay active and that's why in the APP that I use for language learning. We measure the activity level. How many many hours did I listen. How many words that I read how many words that I learned and as long as I can see that I'm staying active then. I know that that I will eventually improve in the language so you have to create these habits you take the initiative. You'RE YOU'RE Q. Is that you want to learn another other language and you try to visualize yourself speaking that language and you have to give yourself credit that you will eventually learn to speak that language so so now you have this motivation and you're developing good habits and you will see the results and if you stay on task you will achieve what I achieved and that is developing a whole range of friends and friendships in different in countries amongst people of different linguistic groups and of course a successful career as I said at the beginning a successful career career as a diplomat and then as a senior forest industry executive on four continents and then all of that enabled me to who established my own successful business. If you speak more languages more opportunities will come your way however it's up to you as an individual. Take that initiative to say. I want to learn another language. I believe I can learn another language. It's not difficult to learn another language. I just have doer stab certain habits habits of listening and reading and then eventually as these words and phrases build up in my brain and as I sensed this desire to want to use the language then I go out and I speak but when I speak I don't worry about the mistakes I make because if you are worried about the mistakes if you are worried about trying to remember fine points of grammar this will inhibit you on the other hand. If you just take it as it comes speak say what you think is the right thing to say you will involve yourself with a language more and the result is is that eventually you will speak better so that a lot of people in learning languages. They're too concerned about being correct or speaking well how at an early stage and this inhibits them. The correct approach is to involve yourself with the language listening reading speaking taking enjoying it without worrying about how accurate your usage is because you are confident that if you put in the time you will eventually achieve the results that you want and I assure you that once you have transformed yourself into a comfortable and fluent speaker of one new language or maybe two or three new languages your life will be changed. If you develop good language learning habits listen every day EH and follow up with reading the way I've described here you will make significant improvement even in just a few months but language learning is is a long distance event. It's not a sprint you have to stay with it in order to become

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"steve hi" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"steve hi" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"All right. Let's talk to Steve in Missouri. Steve. Hi, you're on the blaze going good. You showed the Clydesdale WALDO. The breeding farm for those up here in Columbia, Missouri area. Yes. Where they raise them. Okay. Then this morning. It's one below here. That's a little chilly. Bit of nip in the in the year, twenty below wind chill. You know, I'm calling about the boredom thing. Okay. These are the same people that will fight to their last breath to save a serial killer on death row over. Oh, yeah. That's for sure. But yes, oh, you dare show me baby. Gotta be killed. Yeah. They don't care. They just their their priorities. Are so messed up. It's not even funny for sure, Steve you're absolutely right. And and then they turn they turn that around on us and say, well, why if you're so pro-life, why are you for the death penalty? Are you kidding me? Seriously. What crime did the baby in the womb commit deserve the death penalty. Think about that yet come Pelosi specifically, the speaker of the house is more willing to defend the life of an MS thirteen gang member question murderer than an innocent, baby. Oh, she won't. She won't defend the life of the innocent, baby. At all she won't. But you're right. She will defend the scumbag MS thirteen member who's who's killed fifteen year old girls in Houston. They'll defend them to the to the very end or some cop killer like the one in Philadelphia who was such a caused us alleged for while. They want him released for still do and the moon Mia eligible. Yeah. I know you're talking about that celebrities all over the gym. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yep. Practically in love with that guy. But yeah, you can kill a baby right up to birth. That's not a problem at all. Don't even don't even bat an eye at that. Triple eight nine hundred thirty three Ninety-three actually have a Doris color from Virginia where they're contemplating this new law. Hey, doris. You're on the blaze. Hey, good morning morning better. Get that phone there. You were talking about the Boertien Bill in New York. Thanks for in lightening the I hadn't heard about it about for Jinya. And you wanted to know how Jinya God like that. Everybody from New York is moving here. Boy. Yeah. House goes for sale in our neighborhood. Somebody from New York buys it. Really? Yep. That's what California's doing to the west. So I guess it's bound to happen from New Yorkers to heading self. So that Doris quick question for you. Are you a radio station or a.

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"steve hi" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"steve hi" Discussed on WRVA

"Steve. Hi, you're up next with Andre. Good morning, gentlemen. Steve I have two questions, but let me start first with. I believe I can't I take care of a little Green Park area in my cul de sac for the neighbors. And I have what I believe is Ann Arbor vita based upon my best comparison of pictures. It has grown very very well over the last eight to ten years. It's now probably eight to ten feet in diameter about twelve feet tall. And it appears to me that the ends of the branches were the the leaves the fern if you will is has started to way down, and it's grouping some around the outside. Is there a way I can kind of shave it or fruit back some? Yeah. You can prune it back usually in Abidi, we when you prune the branches you like to have some foliage still on the branch. Puny pruning. All the rain. We've had. That's what causes it gets a lot of growth and then flops, and so yes, you can you can't prune just make sure you leave some green on the stem, you cut because obviously doesn't have a lot of dormant buds in the BOC branch. So if you cut it back to where a branch is, and it has no leave just a branch with no leaves chances are it's not gonna break into growth, and you're not gonna get growth there. So yes, you can prune it back. So you leave some foliage on those tips and you'll be fine. Okay. All right. They may not want to do. Now. You know, because if you prune it, I don't know how it's gonna look when you get it done. And so yeah, you could always do it in the spring. You know, let went to go through and then do it in this spring. Okay. All right. Would it be acceptable to use an electric hedge sheer to just kinda take off a little bit? No, it's okay. It tends to ahead shares quicker. It it your way to use the head. She is it's quicker. It changed. Chase it like a ball views a hand shears it's still shape, but it's not quite as as uniform the and much more natural in looks. Okay. You only have one off of ID. I I would just go ahead and cut it by hand here and there and do it. Okay. All right. Thank you. I have one other question. Okay. Years and years and years ago. My dad who has long since passed. My dad was able to regenerate geraniums by digging them up and doing something I think he hung them in the garage. Yup. Wondered if that is really a way to do it. What's an old timey way? And what you do is. You take them you high. They can't freeze. I mean to kick it very cold. But they can't freeze. You can hang them in an attic, a shed garage and some people take a Brown paper bag and turned his uranium's upside down and this hiring the bag and bring them through the winter. They it is like a potato the uranium stems vica potato it can hold itself and then in the spring, you you pot it up and it comes to life. And so it's an old time way of bringing him through the other ways d-actually put them in the garage and pot them all up and as long as they don't freeze. They're not gonna die in the winter. And then in the. Spring put them outside. You know, that's the super give that a try. Okay. Steve thanks for calling. Good luck on taking care of that guard. Thank you Andre to this is in.

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"steve hi" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"steve hi" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Last-minute unsubstantiated smear and three President Trump is in New York for the United Nations General assembly, CBS, news, foreign affairs analyst, Pamela Falk is joining us Pam what's been going on there at the UN today. Hi, steve. Hi, michael. The annual meeting has begun known as the general assembly and President Trump will host a reception tonight. But the big show begins on Tuesday with the president's leaders prime minister's sheiks and kings and President Trump will lead it off with his discussion in east previewed. The fact that he'll talk about tough. Talk on Iran and talking about next steps with Korea, and he talked about that in a bilateral meeting with with South Korea's president moon. Jae-in today saying that there there may be another meeting happening with Kim Jong UN in the not too distant future any elaborated on his plans for a second one on one with the North Korean leader as he sat next to have Korea, President moon, Jae-in Pam any chance, the president will meet with other world leaders, perhaps some with whom he's had a bit of a rocky relationship to try to smooth things out. He has one on one meetings with South Korea, Egypt, Israel, Japan and Britain. But in terms of adversaries, the Kremlin announced a bilateral meeting between Mr. Trump and Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, but some of the most controversial global leaders are not in town. They have bowed out. Chinese president Xi Jinping Putin himself Russian. The president Narendra Modi in Pakistan's. New prime minister all took a pass on coming to the UN. But there still is the possibility that North Korea's foreign minister meets at some point with someone from the administration says secretary of state Pompeii said he wanted to. And of course, there's Hasaan Ruhani rainy in president. And we'll see if you're one of the receptions, or meetings or designated time that to me. What else of interest could be coming up this week at the UN Pam, well, the most intriguing event may be on Wednesday with President Trump's Charing of a Security Council meeting. His first time wielding the UN gavel. And that is with diplomats from the UK France Russia and China as well as ten other countries. And part of the question is will he maintain decorum? Or will he goes off script when it comes to toe hearing adversarial positions, he clearly is not going to get any kind of resolution through which is what President Obama did when he did it in two thousand nine in two thousand fourteen but it will be a very interesting moment. All right. Thank you. Pam CBS news foreign affairs analyst, Pamela Falk at the UN five forty eight WCBS, traffic.

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"steve hi" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"steve hi" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"Well, the man Jay says is police here. On a g San on the j. c. show. Jay, right now we have online. That we should have steamboat that's Stephen Basell is going to be joining us here. Seems got a couple of things to talk about. One of them slightly political and another one having to do with the Little League World series, which is always exciting to talk to Steve about that Steve. Hi, it's Margaret gray and you're on here with also Jay Santos. I'm supposed to do it. Fill tobe. Phil told her to bring the guests. Told me to bring the guests on rob right here. It's okay. Steve. How are you? Yes, I'm doing very well. Thanks very much Margaret for having me on and I hope it. How are you doing business Santos. I'm getting really good. Thanks so much Steve for joining me here. Got a couple of things I wanted to ask you about. I suppose I one that's most important is how you feel about that. Lilly bro series win and Evesham for probably see them pretty good, feel great stuff. Great. As matter of fact, because why wait a minute that means America one because they were going up against Koreans and you know, I've got nothing to Koreans, but I believe that anytime are the any team from America goes, you know, goes out and play play the team for another country. They had a way a special little league till I felt it was great guy. I thought it was great, especially for a country like Hawaii went not a country, but I, you s four or five. This is the thing that one guy got in trouble for. I don't know if you ever saw it on the news. Yeah, that it has to let lady because she's from Puerto Rico. Yeah, exactly. Rico is is like a territory, the United States, and even though the people are Brown Brown skin and kind of wondered down the road in bare feet, whatever they do would have been a Hawaii state what I'm sorry. Why is a state? Yeah, it's a fifth of the fiftieth state. It's the fiftieth state them then you'll know that. All right. Okay. I, I was the point I'm trying to make is if it was even if it was a territory, they still be American citizens..

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"steve hi" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"steve hi" Discussed on KGO 810

"Are twenty five, dollars or less than what you get for it but. Right now back to the phones we go with Steve in San Antonio hi there Steve Hi Kim hey this is a great art house things out in Phoenix excellence a little toasty as you might imagine yes ma'am I can imagine I've decided that I'm, going to write a book I've done some poetry and songs in the past but just going to be a first attempt. To broker me, okay now what will, so so you've done songs and poetry. Do you. Sing Ted again do you. Sing as well Well I do in the shower and when I'm in the, real cold but not in Okay so you so you have a little bit more civility I guess say than I do because, I? Will, actually? Sing. On, the radio much to the chagrin of everybody in the studio right, Michael correct yes Because he normally Mike is. Working the board so when I. Think, he thinks I. Mean he lets me think that, it's going, out, on, the radio and but. Meanwhile he's like muting it sound. Like having a great. Old time. For myself it's crazy found my secret Gert yeah, that's the secret I know what you're doing Mike you're like oh yeah just? Let, her saying. She's like all happy by herself just let her go, all right, so you say you're a poet and you're right and now you want to write a book and how can I. Help? You, well? I I'm. Gonna tempt us for the first. Time, however one of. The guys at on Portsea handicap, on disabled, and, sometimes, I lose the use. Of my hands but I was. Never real good at. Typing began. With so what I'm looking at is getting the, stuff from my head my ideas into digital text format that can be edited? And, whatnot You. Know obviously my typing handicapped or I struggle it in any way, so I'm thinking optical character recognition mine not work with my handwriting Now. Let me tell you let me tell you how, are you going to do this you're going to do this the easy way Steve okay just. Like you and? I are, having a conversation you're going to have a conversation with your. Computer or your or your laptop, or your tablet how about that Recognition yes exactly so that this, way you just put out your ideas and I will tell you that it's not a hundred. Percent correct right But it's a great start so that this way you can get it's probably seventy eight seventy to eighty, percent. Correct Something called, Speakeasy about twelve fifteen dollars more twenty years ago It's better now That thing's dead for. A long time the one that's the one that's out now is made by a company called nuance and you ANC it's called, dragon naturally speaking Yeah and if you're serious about it what you're gonna do, is get, yourself a, nice headset, so that this way the audio quality. Is loud and clear and what you're gonna do is actually train the software for your voice your tones your cadence your inflection Because the way. That you say things are is maybe different. Than, the. Way for example that I, say things like, I can't, help it I'm from New Jersey. And. So every once in, awhile that jersey girl comes out you know what I'm talking about right. I do? Understand. So it's gonna learn my, manner of speaking, exactly exactly and so like you know I will say. You, know put the silverware in the war okay and people are like where did you want me to put that the drawer juror bad thing DRA wer okay and so dragon actually speaking it's you know say it's, about..

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"steve hi" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"steve hi" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"He loves living here Maybe he. Loves routine maybe he doesn't like. Change we all know people like that. Some of us are people like that So. Maybe all those reasons I just gave but maybe not maybe he wants to win maybe you'd like. An environment that's different. Maybe he'd like an environment. With some sizzle with some juice. With some passion from inside the organization If that's the case he's not getting it here In this silent ownership So that's a factor now And it's a bigger factor than it's ever been and it's. Going to continue to grow Stephen Manhattan. Is, next. On the fan hi Steve Hi, steve We. Lost, you You had, a good idea but. He lost? It what's, up Tony, page, the handsome man Got? His hat, on he's looking You know look very. All-star breakage I'm sure you'll enlighten, you and entertainment with, topnotch snappy patter and idle, banter not necessarily in that order. Tony likes to keep you guessing so he'll. Get you. One or the other maybe both, you might, be a bonus night you know he might. Be fresh, ready to bring it Are we told you that the All star game. Starters. Will be sale and sherzer sure there was a no brainer given. Where the game is being played Does the ground deserve it of course he does Severino probably doesn't sale is, probably a good. Choice they're based on the numbers but. Severino choice that wouldn't have? Been a, problem either And I. Think it's good for Severino Severino likes Challenges Now he's still never started the all star. Game so he's probably happy with that or Yankee fans probably are Yankee management probably is because he does want to be the best and he wants to start in the all star. Game and his last two starts haven't been very. Good they're going to skip them in the Mets? Series no, Severino no. Sabathia they're going to come out of the break and start her. Mind how crazy is that for a team that everybody thinks is under pressure to stay out of the wild card. Game they come out of the break and start their number five pitcher I know it's the Mets but come on Kind of crazy take a break come back take. More of your phone calls on the fan I'll tell you something a lot of people don't realize this but snoring, affects your whole life. You ever. Had that drowziness where you're trying to keep your eyes open..

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"steve hi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"steve hi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Book club i jump in sign up we'll pick twenty lucky winners and then if you don't win you can get a discounted copy from powell's books because they are generously donating such things to us as always and start reading with us we will talk about it today we will read for six weeks and then jump back into the conversation with our guest readers at the end of august and those readers are here today and they are they are great question ira they are two people who both think deeply about the universe as it is now and are also science communicators to some degree as well so we have pre inauguration who is a professor of astronomy and physics at yale university and the author of mapping the heavens which is all about some of those big ticket cosmological questions she joins us today high prea hiker steve hi russ hey there and then we also have clever johnson who is another fantastic professor of physics and astronomy at the university of southern california he's the author of that great comic book about cosmological questions the dialogues which sort of breaks it down into really cool and accessible visual representations and he also joins us today hey clever high era and christie pleasure to be here so we're just going to dive into a little bit of why we should be excited to talk about this book right now priya when did you i read a refinery of time so i grew up in india but i was in college at mit when the book actually came out and i was i actually back home in delhi that some are and you know i had to resist getting a pirated copy and paperback because i hadn't bought the hardbacks i trump he came back from india back to boston and bought my first copy and it was deeply deeply influential especially i think the chapter on lack holes as you can imagine right it's set me on a journey of fall in love with black holes and has really shaped my scientic interest over all these years and clever you reread the book for us just this week how is it age since graduate school i think it's pretty well i think it's still extremely striking as a book that i like like nothing before it i think put a huge amount of water considered very easily terek and mathematical sorts of concerns alongside concerns that we can all get to grips with how does time work and how this universe work would have you put together in this really great way there's some things in there that a little bit dated but i think the core of the book is still very sort of sparkling with with freshness ira we asked our twitter listeners with any of them had read the book before today and some forty percent so about two hundred and fifty people responded and only about forty percent had read it others joke that brief history of time is one of the most purchase never read books of all time millions of copies in the nineties i really you read this new i read parts of it but not the whole thing yeah you're right it was we said that it was the greatest coffee table every no one wanted to admit that they didn't read it but they had in their home in in in re reading it and reading parts for the first time i'm just struck by two things one is what a great communicator stephen hawking was i mean how he could great down stuff into complex material but make it sound very simple big ideas and very simple and to how i've been reading now these books for thirty forty years but forgetting how he laid the groundwork with the terminology with the you know the the basis for what we now read in books later to come even some of the drawings where there in the first book so it's it's still fascinating now tell you what those drawings ira i mean there was this light cone one you know he's looks like it looks like an hourglass when you look at it i've seen it in current books not realizing that stephen had put it in that book thirty years ago yeah yeah and then also about when you put when we talk about quantum numbers spin numbers to but i never really understood what the spin number actually meant and he gives a very simple explanation about what this means is this beautiful stuff yeah i was gonna say i really like his sense of humor here and there i mean.

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"steve hi" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"steve hi" Discussed on KGO 810

"The city steve hi what's your take how do we do this good what do you think my thing is it's like anything else it takes time and money put your money where your mouth is not going to solve the problem less we have the money for it and we all have the chip in state wants to check back so we need to do is form some type of cooperation with copies talk to them billion dollar industry if they look we have you go half without we build some holiday smart halloween where you can have social workers i everything that people need within their housing and get the people who help that they need people who have not illness and they've been on the street yes and those who might you might have to force into of housing because they don't know any better because they have enough to help issue is causing them not to be there this goes back to the reagan administration remember when reagan well we're water now with what we are doing now so we can get we can have them have like human beings pullman the medications that the freedom of committed of the halloween live and also get the treatment that they need what we really need though we need counselors we need yeah that's what i'm saying notes for housing you gotta have social workers counselors you gotta have a stamp that's when a helped people just like family you gotta have the healthcare system for the families that's gonna be in those housing and also care system childcare everything is there for those people in need you take money and and the thing is if you don't put up the money we never gonna solve i would also say that you you know the good leadership can make a sympathetic have you ever heard of a politician running on homelessness now they all run on the crime right and that's the thing you shouldn't be afraid to touch because people always want to feel like a human being that's what everybody wants safety human being and if they don't have that was the point of living i dig your passion man thanks for the call i appreciate it ghandi once said that you judge judges civilization by how they treat their animals but i think dondi understood about homelessness back then they had a few hobos or bombs hadn't he had no idea i think he was looked today and say it's how we judge our civilization on how we treat each other and especially the people who are on the street and have lost everything and for whatever reason got them to that point these stories by the way when you hear these stories oh my god it's like john steinbeck on steroids i mean you you you you know i was i got divorced and i started drinking and then i lost my job and i'm living in my car and the police took my car and i know where to go i couldn't get a job and it's like have you ever fallen down the stairs and tried to grab the banister as you go down the stairs and you just keep going down and you get hurt with every get to the bottom and you're a wreck or they are yeah you know there's anyway i saw tell you the the big stories today that we may have missed and we'll take some more of your phone calls next on k g o eight central ethic from the chilton auto body traffic desk we can't get rid of this commute there's new problems popping up in vallejo west eighty west of thirtyseven there's.

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"steve hi" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"steve hi" Discussed on WCHS

"It's red eye radio are i'm gary mcnamara we go to steven nevada steve hi you're on red eye radio welcome thank you i i just i i wanna tell you about you were talking about the opportunities for kids and the educational opportunities and i i take both my grandsons i have to fourteen year old grandson and i take him i have a friend that has a machine shop in in the reno sparks area another one up in boise idaho and i take him to their shops and let them watch the computer assisted design computers machining a milling machines operate these things are phenomenal and and i think that when a kid sees that they realize that you know you don't have to go to school learn how to be a a computer person if you if you learn how to operate something like this on the computer and then you watch that thing run is so impressive now when when when it gets to when it gets to the programs and things like that i mean that's where you may need an engineering degree but a lot of it to you know to operate the machines and things like that you know you you you don't need that degree but you know if if you're going to go to college one of the things we've always talked about his you know i i've seen a listen about a year but every time it seems like the top ten positions and paying jobs out there are what engineer engineers valley right this is red eye radio on westwood one join the conversation using their hotline eight six six nine zero seven three three three nine red eye.

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"steve hi" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"steve hi" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Thank you steve hi everybody guess what is it turns out it is it's friday friday you seem mildly excited about this news 'cause give me some sunshine and i'll be excited about anything so i'm not going to jail we don't know that yet i know that well that i just lost fifty dollars everyone's happy all right here's what here's what i want to throw out to you you know what are the biggest problems in is thievery you know people on the radio always stealing ideas and concepts from other people i'm going to steal something from somebody steve cochran and i'm going to admit that i'm stealing it actually you know what let's go with borrowing it that way i can just give it back when this is done steve does a segment on his show where he throws out a question and then people text in the answer i love that let's just borrow it will how long today and then if we want to try it again next week a couple of times it will borrow it all right so steve many times we'll ask some sort of a question and the listeners are very kind and they text in their answers and then steve reads the better ones on the air so we'll borrow that for the defer just for today something we'll call it something else texts question of the day or it's so we'll call it marianne show business report to the nation that way we're not really stealing it all through your life things happen that are extremely unexpected would you agree with that that's life that's how life is you can't you know when advance what's going to happen there's a lot of crazy things that happen so i was thinking about this like what's the crazy thing because i'll give you what i think my top two are that you'd say ten years prior you go well that would never happen for instance one of mine my second one is that donald trump is the president of the united states ten years ago somebody said to me let's throw down a thousand dollars that donald trump will someday be the president i'd go oh that's easy money i can't possibly miss.

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"steve hi" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"steve hi" Discussed on WCHS

"Steve hi steve what you steam hoppy well delegate diana graves in the house district thirty eight is running for reelection and she had a great fashion and my team is that i'm a little disappointed that another republican would actually primary her this upcoming made diana graves is pro second amendment she's prolife she's pro small business and she's pro small government there's no reason why the republicans in putnam county would actually put up somebody in the primary against her diana grave is the perfect choice this may thanks hello fritz eleven teens a day in this country die from driving and texting and that's against the law mansion said that you can go to one table the gun show and they're selling guns and you don't have a license that's against the wall if you sell guns for money it's a law have it license and if you have and no guns and no ammo lobby sold at yard sales marketplace's field you know flea markets yard sales garage sales it's getting so long nobody enforces these laws if we go ahead and forced the laws we've got and the freedom to the people that obey the laws and tell mcelhinney needs set more traps and become carry a gun thank you all right thanks sir emails team this is from rodney hoppy it's funny how republicans rail against deficit spending when they weren't in charge blaming the democrats now they're in control of the senate the house and the white house and it's still the democratic democrats faults happy easter says rodney and i'm still waiting for the swamp to be drained emails demob i'm sick of hearing all the nonstop hype about the hot rod documentary w aj stand to gain some prophets with the documentary that's the only possible explanation for all the hype emails team hobby with a rather hostile press blasting trump daily it's nice to know there's an elderly gentleman in his cabinet who speaks with great common sense wilbur ross secretary of treasury can stand before the press and disarm them with dispatch like no other i've ever seen mark says nice to hear miss capital blamed the democrats roll the spending that's busting the budget hypocritical though we don't hear the same thing when they pass tax cuts that also bust the budget they say that's a great thing all right we'll take a break and come back more stimulus coming up with you at one eight hundred seven six five eight two five five.

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"steve hi" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"steve hi" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To get ready to leave as oregon public broadcasting sy melia templeton reports the blazes burning in the columbia river gorge between oregon and washington the welfare his ripped through the gorge at one point traveling thirteen miles in less than a day found tears are going doortodoor and helping people enter evacuation orders load their livestock into trailers steve hi it helped his mother evacuate and then returned to the family farm for his five horses janice scary just for everybody safety is yesterday was a good night of her great asked is falling on portland and the surrounding areas the fire has thrown at sell match smoke that it's almost impossible to get aircraft in to trap retardant ends the fire has reached the edge of the water said the supplies portland with its drinking water for npr news i'm in yeah your templeton introut deal oregon this is npr news the head of the senate foreign relations committee says any short term us response to north korea's latest nuclear weapons test is not likely to include new sanctions senator bob corker sis tensions with pyongyang are so heightened right now that it would be more appropriate for congress to hold off any such action secretary of state rex tillerson and other administration officials are set to hold classified briefings on north korea wednesday for members of the house and senate pope francis arrives in colombia on wednesday four or five day visit it's the argentineborn pontiff's fifth trip to latin america and his first to colombia as john otis reports francis hopes to bolster colombia's fledgling peace process now that the countries loncle rule of war is over the pope will celebrate holy mass in the cities of bogota medellin and cart the hayna he will also travel to the city of the of asencio to hold a national prayer meeting that event will bring together warwidows as well as former marxist guerrillas in an effort to promote harmony and national reconciliation after decades of conflict.

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