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"thirty acres" Discussed on Agriculture Today
"One thousand nine hundred seventy one ls opted to enlist in the air force rather than be drafted into the army as the vietnam war was going on then. He remained in the air force until the fall of nineteen seventy seven. At which time he returned to the farm. Rita was raised on diversified farm in dickinson county after graduating from sterling college. She embarked on a career in extension home economics which led her to be eventually assigned to mcpherson county where she met ellis and they. Wed in nineteen eighty-five as ellis steadily took the farming operation over from his father. It grew and gravitated toward innovative crop. Production practices including conservation tillage and more recently cover crop production. The yoder's have become renowned for their advanced crop management approaches. They currently farm fifteen hundred thirty acres focusing on wheat grain sorghum and soybeans in rotation. They're three boys all attended kansas state university. All earning degrees in engineering and son. Kevin has now agreed to take the reins of the farm as ellis and rita ease into retirement. My dad was born and raised here at home. His father actually moved here about nine thousand nine hundred. They built a small home. Here then built a big barn and then built the home that we're living in now. So how many generations would that be of yoder's farming this area. Five generations have owned this land. Our will have shortly and four. Generations have actually lived here. Lsu grew up here. What was the operation. Like your recollection. Well my dad had some livestock some cattle some chickens and pigs and and he he grew mainly wheat and milo alfalfa used a plow mo- board plow so my brothers and i spent the summers plowing we'd stumble. It wasn't until i started in the seventies. When i i got tired of seeing the erosion that was occurring. Wendy rosen watery. Rosen and i got interested in stubble mulch. Farming started using a chisel and the diss versus the plow..
"thirty acres" Discussed on Off The Meatrack Chainz New York Podcast
"Harry is set to receive thirty seven acres adjacent to his tyler perry studios which already up a of occupies two hundred eight thirty acres. Tj real estate ventures group is acquiring the other ninety four acres as noted by deadline in quilt. Today's a good day ungrateful fully opportunity. gives tyler perry students to extend our footprint in atlanta and create more opportunities for the people of south west atlanta with restaurants detained veins in other business opportunities. Perry said in a statement. Oh man was perry in. Td.
"thirty acres" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"No that is still continuing. So i'm glad they have their priorities straight in washington state where this despicable seven year old is trying to profit on on public property which is against the law but the homeless encampment harassing people and is a danger to people. They're not. They're not taking care of that so they got their prior. He's straight that's really good to see the grandmother of the seven year old. Said we've had people come through here swinging weapons you know from the homeless. Something's very wrong with this picture. Just a little girl get a pop up tent. Put it up behind you say no officer. It's cool i'm homeless. This is right. This is my store for my home back or say. This is a bill lemonade. stand off. They wouldn't touch that either. This is no i got. This be eliminated. Yes i like it like. Let's do this Barack obama turning sixty this week. And he's throwing himself a party. I love it. He's hosting his own birthday party and he's doing this in. I was like wait. He's got a martha's vineyard estate as well he's gonna turn sixty wednesday and he has invited dozens and dozens of his friends. Too was thirty acre property. On martha's vineyard it's unclear. Exactly who will be invited. But one source. Says that oprah winfrey and george. Clooney have definitely received invites. It's going to be big according to the the hill what they're gonna do. They're like playing with a ball. Y'all i'm sure they will. Yeah there gotta be wiffle ball plan. I'll bet there's probably some major band or artist that's gonna perform here and all kinds of food and again. It's on a thirty acre property that he purchased for an seven thousand square foot home for about twelve million dollars two years ago. Twelve million dollar mansion in martha's vineyard and he has his washington. Dc mansion which was eight million dollars. Saw mr income equality mr. I'm all about the. Downtrodden is a living large in about the whole charge a super spreader event. Yes right this will be interesting to see if anybody's masked up or if they had to show proof of vaccination before they came in of course you'd have to have proof of vaccination and the mask now but This could be a super spreader event. There's going to be a lot of people there on his fiftieth birthday. He had jay z. Stevie wonder they both performed tom. Hanks comedian chris. Rock were all there. I love it. He's just he's just a regular man of the people know that there's definitely going to be a football game here. Of course be the pitcher. Because he's so good at it as we've learned in the past that you see right there a low not is embarrassing. If seriously if stevie wonder's the batter than it might work out for him..
"thirty acres" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
"Mask mandate. We're talking about the director of the nih going on television saying well. You know just to be prudent. Everybody should should ask up. The people who are not getting vaccinated are assuming a risk themselves. That doesn't require the rest of us to take on the burden of that risk. I mean it really. That shouldn't that be the message here. Is that if you choose risk. That's your choice but the rest of us shouldn't have to reorder our lives to help you deal with that risk. No i think that's exactly right and what we've got here. Is i think political power at full display and it. This is the time now for american people to stay. No i'm very proud of nine. Young women That i just tweeted out. A story about about These young women in a courthouse in new york. I believe the facts in front of me who They're young and they have concerns about the vaccine is some concerns about you know because their childbearing years so now i think that's worthy of debate. I think that's up to them. I don't want to spread any information about giving people concerns about the vaccine. What i want is people to be free. These nine young women told their boss. No and guess what that bosses no longer requiring them to get the vaccine. That's good that's america saying. Hold on no now. What i want them to do. Have a conversation. Want them to be able to go down. Talked to doctors figure out. What's right for them. Make their own decisions. Weigh the risks for them. That's what we do in a free country. And i'm sick and tired of having nancy pelosi and dr foul g and a bunch of tyrants. Tell me what i'm going to do. She was threatening to arrest my staff last week. If my staff dare to walk into complex without a mask if she wants to do that she comes through me. I've had enough. We need to start saying no. We need to stop allowing them to drive this country to ditch. Well people come across our southern border fully exposed and carrying covert endangering our border patrol agents catholic charity shoving hundreds of them into a into a hotel and lawyer texas fully positive with kovin. We know what's going on. This is all a shell game. It's all political power playing and they need to stop it. We're speaking with representative chip roy from texas. And i know we've only got you for a couple more minutes because you're a very busy man. You've got other things going on here. But i did want to ask you about immigration especially in terms of the cupboard. Nineteen mitigation issues. That we're talking about you know at the same time and you just you brought this up. So it's great segue at the same time. We're talking about forcing people to mask up. We're we're we're bringing people across the border and releasing them into the interior while they're infected with kobe. I mean this is talk about counterproductive. Talk about hypocritical but this is sort of an extension of the administration's policy on immigration in total. Anyway now this is exactly right and you know. I just saw yesterday or yeah get late yesterday. My friend henry. Clay are a democrat who represents the value part of it And he tweeted out some pictures actually saying that some similar pictures that i've got sources down at the border showing unbelievable numbers. And you gotta look down at the crazy numbers that we're now seeing We're gonna be spiking in july with numbers we've never seen before Boiling way past a million for this calendar year since vitamins and present our apprehension the amount of bent out eighty five hundred pounds at eighty five hundred pounds of fennel that have come in this fiscal year. Which is multiple enough to kill all americans multiple times over We have sex trafficking human trafficking cartels running our border have human beings at risk endangering our country danger our border patrol agents and it has to stop and glide governor. Abbott is pushing back. I think we're gonna have to go further and you have to go further quicker. We can't wait until the elections of next year. We're going to have to take operational control of our border back This is purposeful by democrats are totally fine. Weakening our country and endangering immigrants or their political games. And it's cynical and it's wrong and we've got to do something about it representative chip away. I know we got to let you go. But people can follow you on twitter at rep chip roy at rep chip roy. Where else can they find you. They can find me on my other twitter at ship roy. Tx they can find me Roy dot house dot gov or chip roy dot com glad to be on You keep five This country i think the veil is being lifted on what's been happening to our schools critical race theory. What's happening our border. American people want their country back. And it's time for an american revival and we're going to get effort. Thank you very much representative chip reid. Thank you so much for being with us. I know you got to move on to to get some other things. I'm gonna talk a little bit about Sort of the elitist hypocrisy that is accompanying some of this stuff. That i was just talking about. We talked a little bit about Marielle bowser who's the mayor of washington. Dc who reimposed. The mass mandate on public public gatherings the night before it went into effect. She had She had a party for her forty six birthday. so happy. Birthday mayor bowser but she timed it so that the mandate went into effect a few hours after her party was over and then the next night she officiated at a wedding where people were were pictured walking around massless indoors mixing in social situation the very type of thing that she is imposing mask mandates on. This is the reason why people are having problems with elites telling them what to do that the elites tell everybody else what to do this gavin newsom at french laundry all over again and now axios reports this morning that brock obama is going to have a sixtieth birthday bash at his at his thirty acre estate. His new thirty acres state. And i don't begrudge him at thirty acre estate. He made a lot of money on his books and He can spend it any way. He likes a party anyway he likes. This is going to be an outdoor party. But four hundred and seventy-five guests are going to be there and they're insisting that they're gonna follow covert protocols now. I don't think that they need to be masked if they're outdoors. I don't think they particularly need to be masked if they're indoors as long as they're all vaccinated they're going to encourage all the guests who are invited to be vaccinated but it will be very interesting to see how much focus is put on this birthday party by the same media that is pushing this sort of relentless. Oh my gosh the delta variant. It's the war has changed. It's it's a risk to everybody. Everybody's got a mask cup. It'll be very interesting to see how they cover this. Barack obama birthday bash That axios describes it sounds great. I'd love to have an invitation. I'm vaccinated so. I'd love to have an invitation to it. I won't get an invitation to it. But i'd love to get an invitation to it. This is on martha's vineyard it will be on it will be. I believe this coming weekend and so this is not too far from province town by the way where this outbreak that that changed. The war took place. Dwayne martha's vineyard martha's vineyard. You mean he's not going to be held in the capital steps in this all dirty. No no no. I mean that's a whole other. That's a whole other thing to write. The squad is camping out in the capital steps. Meanwhile barack obama's going to have four hundred and seventy-five of his closest friends celebrate. Martha's birthday in martha's vineyard. ucla martha's vineyard. Yes and it says. And it says martha's vineyard does not qualify as area of substantially high risk. Who was the target of cdc recommendations. Wanna know why because people have thirty acres states. That's a lot of swanky place. It is a swanky place again. I don't begrudge anybody got the money to buy thirty acres on martha's vineyard god bless you. You should go out and do it up. That's what's gonna make you happy. That's that's free enterprise and that's free choice. I'm glad that he celebrating his sixtieth birthday. I'm just waiting to see how the media is going to celebrate that coming up. Next larry elder checks in ed morrissey of hot air dot com filling it for you. We'll be right. Thank you ed morrissey. I'm not there today. Of course but i want to keep reminding people about the amazing sponsors. I'm lying on a beach. That's where i am and and filling in for me. So i appreciate.
"thirty acres" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"I wish you would try and slap rick kittles mama's face he would clown you all ll some great baseball stories going on. I talked about Keeley do of the tigers yesterday. What a debut for bodu especially against his is all team that left him available from rule five as well We also have the case of Jonathan india the way he's got started for the reds about the red scoring twenty five runs and twenty four hours. That's pretty amazing. They call this kid. Jonathan india with a name like that. You'll always remember him indiana jones. I'm sure people call him but johnson india's three for three with four rb is pretty good. Debut young nate low Who the rangers got from the rays over the winter. He already has three home runs batting over three hundred This is zack. Mckinstry of the dodgers playing it at the second base. And you think about jock. Peterson who finally got a hit. A home run for the cubs gave him a waffle iron but they let him walk. They let g kika hernandez walk. And so this guy mckinstry. It's like the hell out. He started three games So far and guess six hits and six. Rbi your mean mercedes. Twenty eight year old rookie. The first player in modern history to begin the season with eight consecutive hits and He didn't come out of nowhere as you might imagine. He's twenty eight years old but you think about a long rate on a reward a lot of stories so far in baseball and the as one game. Even though they're closing rosenthal might be out for half the season but also a couple of days ago forbes release their valuations for all thirty teams. And this was something that a lot of people were curious to see up because of the pandemic how many teams really lost money. How many teams not. How much is their valuation plummeted. You know how many teams have their evaluations plummet. None of them. In fact twenty nine all but the tampa bay rays who stayed level gained value the tampa bay rays by the way who are the lowest valuated team one point oh five. Five billion so every big league team is now worth at least billion. That's what they were worth. And twenty twenty and now in two thousand and twenty one ford says that tampa bay has held exactly the same place. Every other team is worth more. Now you could say rick What's that got to do with the price of apples. That's like saying well my home game value but my home gained value. But i have less revenue coming into the coffers. The only way to cash in on that would be to sell the team. And i do get that point but on the other hand is not the fact that your team is worth more money. The new york yankees continue to be the most valuable franchise at five billion dollars once again. The yankees at five billion dollars takes into equation. They're building second. The top five roundout is dodgers red sox cubs schantz the giants before this century. Were always in the bottom half of these type of lists because they played a candlestick park now it. They own their own ballpark. A ballpark that has hosted an all star game. It has hosted several bowl games. Xfl concerts and owen s four world series as well one they lost and then they wanted x. three that is part of evaluation. So if you're a team out there thinking you know what would a new building do for me. Why don't you ask the giants on a new building. does for that Now rob mahdi of the associated press said in november that the phillies lost one hundred and forty five million dollars which the phillies want to jump up and down and say oh we lost money. Lost money lost money. Forbes says that the phillies have now broken the two billion dollar mark so it just depends who you wanna listen to. How many churches have you sold right. That type of thing by the way speaking of the giants. If you want to go to the game tomorrow you have to pass a co that test and you have to show proof that you passed and the giants are only one of two teams. That are doing that right now. You cannot just walk up and walk in at ain't going to happen. That's not how we do it anymore. So say what you want about that. And the whole vaccine passport idea. Let's american they're certainly. What's an american about just proving. You don't have it as either. I don't know i don't really see that. But anyway the whole co that thing to get into giants game you have to have proof within seventy two hours. That's pretty white gap by the way you can go out and do something dumb and seventy two hours but just to reiterate these teams who say you know we've lost money we've lost money forbes says well you've gained now code nineteen and how it affects sports. It was announced today At the french open will be postponed one week. And it'll be scheduled to start now on may thirtieth and go till mid june france. If you didn't know is in. Its third nationwide lockdown and the president. Emma walmart crawl says that the lockdown should end middle of may and he says That the best solution to get more fans into roland garros would be to push it back a week. The president of the french tennis association yields more at tall. He said quote. I am delighted that the discussions with public authorities the governing bodies of international tennis our partners and broadcasters and the ongoing work with the wto wti atp have made it possible for us to postpone. Twenty twenty one roland garros tournament. By a week it will give the health situation. More time to improve should optimize our chances of welcoming spectators at roland garros. In to our newly transformed stadium that now covers more than thirty acres for the fans. The players in the atmosphere. The presence of spectators is vital for tournament the springs most important international sporting event. Well i know about that. But i always love the french open playing on the clay sliding around on the clay. Your socks you have to throw them away when they get so caked with clay. The ball bounces just a little bit lower roland. Garros by the way was a fighter pilot in world war one who was shot down near the end of the war. They named the stadium after him. I was in paris in thousand hundred five at the end of may during the french open and i played high school tennis and my friend.
"thirty acres" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Is quite extraordinary. Let's hear think we've got a call from graham. It'll be close all the way now to ten o'clock grim and nobody go ahead. Graham hollow charge. Study much for a hobby. You back on your excellent show. I never saw a shoe. Thank you thank you. Last time. i was forty nine. Julian assange this type. I'm forty and a completely that topic. I'm forty where the government has. Their player is right in the vaccination program. George fifty six. I'm semi followed am i. I'm walking in aberdeenshire. Only working one day. At the moment. My i look out the thirty acres make. The guns are closed to the public because cool it. I'm in contact with no one live on my own i. I haven't had my first job. Yeah i'm tied the letter. But i would have no qualm a younger qihua such as a health worker. The most of them are done by not enough of firemen supermarket. Workers policemen and women post as oil and construction workers food processing workers at high risk and each student who were key workers as well. I'd have had a far greater risk for me. I would help no complaints at their job before me even if only even twenty years younger and he thought george is an interesting question because it has come up this week. The police were complaining for example the they are not to be given the job until the age. Strata is reach. Saw a sixty year. Old police officer will already have been jogged. A fourteen year old police officer or a fifty euro police officer will not the question being therefore should we job people strictly according to age or now that we've done most of the vulnerable most vulnerable sections. Should we know. Do it segmented into professions rather than merely on age is a very good question grandma. I'm not an expert. But i'm sympathetic to the view that the police federation expressed that people who are up close and personal with members of the public in a way that you have very gallantly conceded that you are not that they deserve shoud question of deserve that they should be dealt with i. I think i'm sympathetic to that view. Grant what's your view. One hundred percent with your george on the i. That's no pathak thing. Just we cannot dr ranji broad question. You'll be listening you'll be listen we will. I promise you we'll come back to that. You're next week graham your gentleman. I've got to go to florida wouldn't you. Jim is in florida. Go ahead jim. Hi george hi so nice to be able to talk with you there. Someone whose opinion. I have greatly respected for a number of years. But i've always been lurking. Thank you jim. I just has it. I just I just would love to hear your observations. If i if i may Obviously there. In scotland you've been dealing with apparently some considerable scandals of your own. Yeah here in america Probably the biggest one that we've encountered this week is Joe biden choosing to The money to bomb syria but he still can't figure out how to get any aid to people of the united states. My personal response. Now oude. i'll try to be you know. Full disclosure i. I'm an old hippie. And you don't get to be an old hippie by being foolish foolish foolish already But i this whole situation has pretty much radicalized to me. I've i've gotten to the point where i say with Another of my heroes malcolm x. He said well the solution. The only option left to us is revolution by any means necessary. Now obviously most of saint people obviously wouldn't want to resort to Particularly violent solution but as you point out here in america it is indeed city burning city. I'd love to hear your observation. Well thanks jim. The hour is late. i can't do such vast and important question. Justice certainly not in favor of violence for mass politics for the political accumulation aggregation oven unvanquished number of people behind the necessarily limited set of propositions for democratic change and in the united states. I'm perfectly persuaded. The same thing will never happen under the geopolitically of the republican and so called democratic parties and you just summed up joe biden. He hasn't been able to get the checks that said would be out the door as soon as he came in the door. He hasn't been able to get them in the post but he's been able to get the missiles into the air to launch another devastating attack on syria ravaged by more than a decade door war. I'm sure we'll come back to that. David shortage jim in florida. But next up is david. He's in alaska from florida to alaska. We are really troubling. Go ahead david very good. Thank you george. Yes i i just wanted to pass on that And interesting little news. Tidbit popped up on. Cbc the canadian broadcasting corporation. This week i listened to it frequently and it was describing former aide director. James woolsey having written a biography. Where and he mentioned that. There is new evidence that Was actually responsible for kennedy assassinations. The kennedy assassination in nineteen sixty three and it was just on the face and then so patently absurd and part and parcel of this ongoing russia. Demonizing that i just couldn't let it go by more. People heard about it and also understand that dismissed or wealthy is also a principal in genie energy. The same company. Israeli that dick. Cheney rupert murdoch murdoch belong to and are girling for oil in the golan heights illegally. So anyway it's just. This is hell far now. Older willing to go david. The last time. I saw mr wolsey. He was in his vest and underpants trying to force his way into my hotel room in almaty kazakhstan. He later explained that he had been sleepwalking and had thought that he was trying to gain to his own bedroom which was some considerable distance from mine. Didn't make as much as i might have. Because i didn't want to humiliate mr wolsey. My wife was literally standing on the bed in her nightdress screaming as i pushed and shoved my hotel room door with a former head of the cia trying to force his way in his underwear into my hotel room. I was going to bother some by describing that to you know that you have told me. According to the same mr rusi it was the russians. What done it to jack kennedy. Well i think he's open season. Don't you thanks very much. Indeed david for that will joe biden stock more wars than trump eighteen nine percent. Fewer wars trump eleven percent. Now as those of you who follow me on patron already know. I have a secret. Persona is a music show presenter. Call gold bars so called because it deals with music from fifty years or more ago and you will not believe some of the music from nine hundred seventy and how it has stood the.
This Land Is Whose Land?
"Simon winchester joins us now from the berkshires. His latest book is called land. How the hunger for ownership shaped the modern world simon. So good to have you here. Well lovely to be a thank. You bye here. We mean of course a little bit far. The last time i think you were on this podcast it was in person but perhaps it is fitting that you are on your own piece of land for this conversation. How'd you come to want to write a book about land and land ownership by used to live in hong kong and came back in ninety seven had passed back into the hands of chinese coast. Should have done then decided largely on the advice of old enough. See then new york times correspondent in hong kong. That i should perhaps move to new england and so rather than go to london. I came to the new world. I'd be correspondent here in the seventies the eighties for the guardian and bought a little cottage town code west. Saic about one hundred ten miles. North of new york in duchess county has had few acres of garden and stuff around it but there was a a plumber from the bronx code. Caesar luria who owned a fairly tracts surrounding the house needs to come there and hunt and he was very nice man and he would off to hunting each season he would leave me a cooler with venison doorways a bottle of cognac which was particularly nice then after three or four years. He said to me that he was tired of paying the taxes on this land would i like to buy it and he named price and mice but guess why not okay so i bought the land and it was pretty useless. I have to say smith scale the north face of mountainside so. It wasn't good for raising animals. Now this fake fantasy. But one day i might but it was sort of beautiful in were couple of little streams lots of trees some of them quite magnificent they oak and hickory and of course north florida pine cherry and ash of animals. We bob cat. Once there were dare of course apply. Gm rabbits and i liked it but it was not particularly useful and eventually with this sort of fantasy. I had maybe one day. Having animals i came up here to the batches. I so that sam the house done death but kept the land and then there was this sort of major shift in my attitude towards it. When in twenty eleven i became a citizen of this country. Suddenly i realized the by owning these one hundred and thirty acres down in duchess county. I was actually invested in the country. To which is not become a citizen so then became rather interested more interested in the land itself and in history so i started digging around realized overstated. I aborted from this mr aaron. He had deep fried to that body from someone else and so the chain went back until it stopped in about the late seventeenth century. There was paperwork all the way back to then. Then i know strode duchess county in poughkeepsie. They've got all the papers but then he came to a shuddering halt because it was at that time that the documents were mainly written in dutch. Where henry hudson's explores who had come up the river. That is his name but he was working there. Being for instance she was working as an agent for the dutch. And he had first acquired land from the original settlers by non who were the mckeekan indians. But they didn't have the concept of ownership say hunted and they gathered and they settled and all the rest of it superintendent but didn't own and then i began to think well the difference between their attitude land. They're feeling was that you can never own land than you could. Own the breeze with the ocean. To maya too is. This is mind. Shoo everybody away. You start at the right to do so. That was an interesting development. And i thought maybe there would be a book and so i put it to my editor and she said yes. That would be an admirable idea. But don't keep the united states only have a look at where this originated and how it's because around the world and so that was not traveling and wondering about oh beginning in duchess county.
Growing Food And Community: Urban Farming Institute, Boston
"Describe how you came to be President and CEO of the Urban Farming Institute and how long You have been there before we get into its history and mission. Well, I was actually the first employed. There was a grant that the board had put together to to get the first director in that, and that was me and. I don't know it certainly was not actually because of my gardening abilities. So that came accurate to friends of mine that were on the board they were looking for someone that for all intensive purposes was a jack-of-all-trades I think could do fundraising marketing presentations, little bit of everything, and that was me, and so that is what this particular job did need So that's actually how I came on board. In the beginning and what year was that March, Fourth of two thousand fourteen, right so give us the history of urban farming institute. Where is it? Why is it urban farming institute? Really an admission then the mission today is really the same is to develop and promote urban farming to engage individuals neighbors in growing food and building a healthier community, but also within that mission is to teach. Adults to become urban farmers. So that's really a key component of our mission as well, and we do that by running a full fought farm operation in in the in the urban farming institute. So where is that exactly and what do the physical facilities and and site? Consists of and look like. The Urban Farming Institute is growing on approximately six farm sites in there really micro farm sites in Boston we're talking about ten twelve, thirteen, thousand square feet so so we do very intensive farming and there's a certain skill set that that must be learned to do this type of farming. You've got to do all crop rotation each year irrigation systems are a little bit different. It's a different entity when you're doing this inside a city we also two years ago in April two, thousand, eighteen with wonderful partners historic Boston Inc we were able to restore. A beautiful farm site, it was a farm. Two hundred years ago it was three hundred, thirty, acre farm, in Boston. So back in the day. So the original house dates back to seventeen, eighty, six, the barn. Dates back to eighteen, thirty seven. So we were able to. Completely restore this wonderful facility. It has become our headquarters and has basically we call it the hub of urban farming. In Boston and Boston itself the city has been wonderful to us many of the thought leaders of our organization and this goes back to two thousand eleven two, thousand ten worked with the city of Boston to develop a program to basically legalize urban farming in Boston for us. It's called article eighty nine, and now people can legally far. We were the test case. The city of Boston allow us to work on Similan to see you know this urban farming thing real can it really be done and since then we've had a wonderful relationship are farm. The garrison trotter farm was actually the first legal farm under article eighty nine. So our board, our staff is extremely diverse. The majority people of Color on as well as our board and we're all working on a mission to build a healthier community to create economic opportunity becoming becoming far entrepreneurs. To provide training so that folks leave us are able to work in other food related businesses and then just creating a culture throughout our city a culture of eating a healthy manner. And also in our area as we, we often lack a key supermarkets. So this is another way through our farm stands that we can really feed folks really good nutritious food no chemicals no pesticides all done freshly. So. As these neighborhoods became residential as the city grew and developed out, it was a zoning issue that would have made. A business of farming Rog illegal. Okay. I'm with you tell us any history you can of how the original board formed around this idea that they saw as a gap in these these neighborhoods well, it all actually, there wasn't distinct starting point here the story we often tell one of our board members who Had a wonderful business called city fresh foods. was always concerned about a folks eating a healthy meal and having healthy vegetables and good food, and how can we get get that two people? So they do a lot of work with. Kind of meals on wheels, food elders of Institutional meals, etc, and the bottom line was as he was walking to work one day in Roxbury. He was actually going through many vacant lots on his way to work and the idea went through his head. Why do I have to order MIC Salad Greens from California Why can't why can't I just use these vacant lots in actually grow food for the business. You know and and clean up the lots and it's a better thing for the environment and that's kind of that's a piece of the impetus that started all of this and so he and many other thought leaders certainly got together and you know work with our state legislature etc and that's how article eighty nine came about and again as I said. The city was able to Allow us at that time to work on a couple of vacant lots just to see if this experiment would work and yes.
Ana Forrest & Jose Calarco - Forging Your Own Path
"Hello Joe. It's Jose Calico and Anna Forest Tia on all CA silent USA. And just by what you see what's going on in the mainland in the US I. And we're I a Saif. He only island in a Beautiful Anna's house thirty acres in lush forest with owls and eagles, and deason vouchers. Would really enjoying actually the lockdown. After five or six years of non stop touring thirty five CDs and countries a year. With had the chance to settle down and? We do have still very, very busy with our online channel and running out business each day we do a nice lengthy yoga practice. I'm a vegan chefs are cooking more than ever. Where actually very, very healthy. And so much has changed joke. Since we last spoke the world has gone absolutely crazy. And the US is one of those places where just off the mainland here. And not too far from here there's riots and shooting and racial tensions. All sorts of crazy crazy stuff going on a lot of it is a countdown to the election. Coming up here in the US I. There's a lot of manipulation lots of lies. Very hard to trust many people right now. So. Much. Going on. But We a happy to announce that old during this lockdown. We've had the opportunity to finally record all online yoga music ceremony shamanism philosophy Joe Prayers, go out to Victoria and all Ustralia Week here how harsh the lockdown is over there and I just lucky that we were able to do the lockdown thirty Acre forest. However, we seem to allow best wishes to Victoria and Australia, and we pray that our freedoms come back again. Go, and Jose. Thank you so much for speaking with us today all the way over in New Zealand the beautiful. Put Her. Could. We stop heads of your connections to first nations culture. Would you like to share how you live and work within indigenous communities and Foams what you share today? Absolutely. Well. I have been director all descendants aboriginal and Torres Strait Island Dance Company for twenty. Five years. People can see that descendants dot com you. We've traveled to the four corners of the planet we have done the world's biggest events over forty countries were visited. And this is where I got my background. In, aboriginal culture and my aboriginal Mahba spiritual mother Imelda Willis came from the dingy. Kanju clans Al-Faw North Queensland. She is now deceased. And we still descendants still together. And this just gave us the idea I had already. Doing first nations work in forest job. But I took it a couple of steps further by doing. Exchange all over the world while wearing Australia, we do Australian aboriginal stuff while we're in the US CY cultural exchange with the Americans. All first nations people in Mexico in Canada. Everywhere we go. We liked to do cultural exchange because first nations have spirituality was is beautiful and untouched by white middle class sort of new age is symptoms. So, with the aboriginal culture, it's the world's all this culture. It goes well over fifty thousand years and it was well before yoga and a lot of people site what has first nation. Philosophy principles and culture got to do with Yoga. And it actually has a lot to do with Yoga when we look at Yoga in the broader perspective as a place learning and healing.
How Absentee Landowners Keep Farmers From Protecting Water And Soil
"Some of our biggest environmental problems like water, pollution and endangered wildlife caused by large scale farming, which means farmers are in a position to reduce environmental damage or at least mitigate it. Why don't they one reason? They often don't own much of the lands that they farm here's. NPR's Dan Charles Lisa Solti more loves nature. I reached her while she was visiting. The forests of northern Minnesota I can only describe it as healing. All the stress of our world, and said she just forget about it when you're in one of these beautiful old growth, for as she teaches ecology at Iowa State University, but when she moved to Iowa seventeen years ago, she struggled a little. She didn't have that same feeling standing in vast fields of corn. She wasn't hearing any birds or seeing many bugs all I can here are the leaves of the rustling corn around me and not one other. Biological Noise at all right. It's you know they call it the Green Desert and there is a lot of land like this this year. Corn and soybeans covered land. That's equal in size to all the East Coast States from New York to Georgia. But solti more says it doesn't have to be a green desert. She's been studying what she calls. Prairie Strips stretches of land, running through fields of corner soybeans. We're farmers of set-aside may be percent of the land for tall, stemmed grasses and wildflowers. It's a different world there. She says birds singing their bees buzzing. They were crickets chirping. There was stuff hopping around. These bits of prairie also protect soil and water capture carbon dioxide from the air. For this to happen. Though farmers have to be willing to give this land back to nature and many experts on farmland say it can make economic sense. One of them is Steve Brewer President of People's company in Des Moines Iowa who buys sells and manages farmland across the country. One of the first things that we do and we do this on every farm that we managed as we run, these profitability maps. His company creates a detailed map of the. The farm what they spend and what they earn on every acre, and they're finding consistently that some of that land loses money. It's amazing about ten to fifteen percent of all the acres in Iowa. aren't profitable. They're those hillsides with eroded soil spots where water collects in a big puddle after every rain. That is where they advise farmers to cut their losses may be bring back the prairie. Some farmers are doing this kinda thing most are not. And one reason the farm experts say is an under appreciated fact about America's farmland farmers only owned about half their land the rest of it. They rent year-by-year from a collection of landlords. Linda pro copy from Purdue University has studied those landowners. There are very diverse group of people much more diverse than farmers. Many are elderly retired farmers now renting the land to the next generation, some inherited it from grandparents. You have younger urban people who co owned a piece of land with cousins. Don't know anything about farming so when it comes to managing that Land Steve Brewer from People's company says it often plays out like this. Let's say somebody owns one hundred sixty acres. Thirty of those acres are lousy for growing crops, but they'll rent out. The whole thing is a landowner you want. Those thirty acres farmed because you're trying to get rental revenue on every acre that you can get, and the farmer will go along because he or she really wants one hundred thirty good acres. Sarah? Carlson longtime environmental advocate with the group. Practical farmers of Iowa gets annoyed by landowners who just want their rent check? We need to start calling landlord, slum lords and a lot of cases. They're just as guilty she says consider something else. Cover crops vegetation that farmers can plant in the off season to protect and enrich the soil. It's great for the environment and for your crops in the long run, but it costs money upfront, so tenant farmers who may not be there in the long run are reluctant to spend that money. Carson says some landlords do care enough that they'll spend the money to protect the Environment Bill. Does prairie strips pay for cover crops? But they're the exceptions. I mean even my mom wasn't that kind of landlord and I'm her daughter like I'm like what do you mean we're not going to do? Cover crops was wrong with you Steve. Brewer land. Brooker says he does see. Signs of things are changing. There's a new kind of landowner showing up people who didn't inherit the farmland, but decided to buy it. Some of them because they care about how foods produced and the environment, others are purely investors for them. The land is a financial asset, but they understand that this asset can't increase in value if they protected Dan Charles NPR
Absentee Landlords Interfere With Farmers Protecting Water, Soil
"Some of our biggest environmental problems like water, pollution and endangered wildlife caused by large scale farming, which means farmers are in a position to reduce environmental damage or at least mitigate it. Why don't they one reason? They often don't own much of the lands that they farm. Here's NPR's Dan Charles. Lisa Solti more loves nature I. Reached Her while she was visiting the forests of northern Minnesota I can only describe it as healing. All the stress of our world, and said she just forget about it when you're in one of these beautiful old growth for as she teaches ecology. At University, but when she moved to Iowa seventeen years ago, she struggled a little. She didn't have that same feeling standing in vast fields of corn. She wasn't hearing any birds or seeing many bugs all. I can here are the leaves of the rustling corn around me and not one other. Biological Noise at all right? It's you know they call it the green. Desert and there is a lot of land like this this year. Corn and soybeans covered land. That's equal in size to all the East Coast States from New York to Georgia. But solti more says it doesn't have to be a green desert. She's been studying what she calls. Prairie Strips stretches of land, running through fields of corner soybeans. We're farmers of set-aside may be percent of the land for tall, stemmed grasses and wildflowers. It's a different world there. She says birds singing their bees buzzing. They were crickets chirping. There was stuff hopping around. These bits of prairie also protect soil and water capture carbon dioxide from the air. For this to happen, though farmers have to be willing to give this land back to nature and many experts on farmland say it can make economic sense. One of them is Steve. Brewer President of People's company in Des Moines Iowa who buys sells and manages farmland across the country. One of the first things that we do and we do this on every farm that we managed as we run, these profitability maps. His company creates a detailed map of the. The farm what they spend and what they earn on every acre, and they're finding consistently that some of that land loses money. It's amazing about ten to fifteen percent of all the acres in Iowa aren't profitable. They're those hillsides with eroded soil spots where water collects in a big puddle after every rain. That is where they advise farmers to cut their losses may be bring back the prairie. Some farmers are doing this Kinda. Thing most are not. And one reason the farm experts say is an under appreciated fact about America's farmland farmers only owned about half their land the rest of it. They rent year-by-year from a collection of landlords. Linda pro copy from Purdue University has studied those landowners. There are very diverse group of people much more diverse than farmers. Many are elderly retired farmers now renting the land to the next generation, some inherited it from grandparents. You have younger urban people who co owned a piece of land with. Don't know anything about farming so when it comes to managing that Land Steve. Brewer from People's company says it often plays out like this. Let's say somebody owns one hundred sixty acres. Thirty of those acres are lousy for growing crops, but they'll rent out. The whole thing is a landowner you want. Those thirty acres farmed because you're trying to get rental revenue on every acre that you can get, and the farmer will go along because he or she really wants one hundred thirty good acres. Sarah Carlson longtime environmental advocate with the group practical farmers of Iowa gets annoyed by landowners who just want their rent check? We need to start calling landlord, slum lords and a lot of cases. They're just as guilty she says consider something else. Cover crops vegetation that farmers can plant in the season to protect and enrich the soil. It's great for the environment and for your crops in the long run, but it costs money upfront, so tenant farmers who may not be there in the long run are reluctant to spend that money. Carson says some landlords do care enough that they'll spend the money to protect the Environment Bill. Does prairie strips pay for cover crops? But they're the exceptions I mean. Even my mom wasn't that kind of landlord and I'm her daughter like I'm like. What do you mean we're not going to do? Cover crops was wrong with you Steve, brewer? Land Brooker says he does see signs of things are changing. There's a new kind of landowner showing up people who didn't inherit the farmland, but decided to buy it. Some of them because they care about how foods produced and the environment, others are purely investors for them. The land is a financial asset, but they understand that this asset can't increase in value if they protected. Dan Charles NPR
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"Sean Hannity show news radio six hundred cocoa breaking news of the companies have a clue about her here and update on that brush fire in the humble area east of el Cajon a lot of smoke could be seen now and felt actual looking at the east county as a result of this fire the spell growed up at least thirty acres of brush fire breaking out about twelve fifteen this afternoon your loss of valley east of a mole it's reportedly five percent contained but firefighters on the ground and in the sky with four helicopters assisting in the fight against this fire there are some of actuation that were ordered a short time ago along skyline truck trail that's where the fire broke out about twelve fifteen the evacuation orders are between the fifteen thousand six hundred block and the seventeen thousand seven hundred block of skyline truck trail one of the facilities out there in that area is an hour of the campground all right there in that evacuation area will keep you posted another update coming up at the bottom of the hour news radio six hundred cocoa so Karen we've been talking with you for a while now about Lone Star transfer your family business and how you and your team legally and ethically release people of the financial burden of a time share so why is it important to you that Lone Star transfer is successful what is really important to us Larry is when a time sure owner comes to a time in their life when they realize that their time Cher just is not working for them that they have a company that they can turn to a company that they can trust to get them out of their time share legally and ethically and in a guaranteed time frame which is really important speaking of taking care of your customers can you tell us about how you and your family do that I mean I know Tyler.
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"Before digging a thirty acre event the spread of viruses with Michael and sons germicidal UV C. go to Michael and son dot com traffic and weather on the aids and when it breaks in Virginia prince William county once again tonight the works on set up on ninety five north bound before Dale city near the truck rest area and getting my single file tonight you're getting my single file to the right past the work zone there and north on the travel lanes are very slow coming up from trial go get and through Dumfries getting up to this works on southbound lanes are open sixty six west bound leave the setting up of blocking the left lane now before two thirty four prince William parkway on sixty six west in the works on there and around the beltway for Tyson's Annandale and for spring field in Alexandria there were no delays three ninety five is pretty quiet so far both ways and six nineteen near Quantico just west of ninety five that continues to be closed in both directions because of downed wires in Maryland on seventy east bound to route thirty to believe the crash is out of the roadway but at last report thirty two west bound of one await an answer the head had traffic diverted on to wanna wait from west bound thirty two ninety five Baltimore Washington parkway each without the light as is to seventy which runs well between the beltway and interstate seventy clear sailing on fifty out of the bay bridge struggling with setting up telework for your employees there are incentives and technical assistance available for Fairfax county employers visit Fairfax county dot gov search employer services bobbin with WTOP traffic winds continue to gust anywhere from forty to fifty miles per hour this evening coming down overnight but tonight a freeze warning goes into effect it's going to get cold chilly in some spots around the DC metro area.
Sally Fox: The Mother of Organic Cotton
"There. Sally Fox who is considered by many in the industry to be the mother mother of modern organic cotton throughout her career. Fox has fought the good fight. She reminds me kind of like the fashion version of Jane Goodall. She kind of looks like her too but she's had middling success in this fight. Conventional cotton farmers in the American southwest did their best to quash endeavors. I mean when she told me the stories in she lives in a trailer and when she told me Over T in her trailer about what. The farmers did to run her Outta town. Bakersville or field and in in Arizona. Crazy Levi's I applauded and encouraged and even contracted her to supply the company with her organic cotton and she was wearing jeans made of if it when I met her but then after a management shakeup in the nineties the company abruptly cut her loose and that led to her bankruptcy eh yet. She's never given up now on Vera. Dita's farm her one hundred and thirty Acre stead north west of Sacramento. She still breeds and nurtures cotton as well as raises sheep for wool and she farms crops to sequester carbon and build topsoil for her. This is the only way forward right now. She said the climate goal for the Paris accord is point four percent carpet sick with station per acre per year we have to get the carbon out of the atmosphere before there's no return.
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"thirty acres" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Join bend bowline an old brown as they dive into some of the stories from across the span of humanity this is the ridiculous history podcast first things first everyone no matter who you are from a king to a Popper everyone starts not the part would be not only medically fascinating but will probably be dangerous on the average day most people are passing more than a leader of gas per day spread out over like thirteen to twenty one incidence is near a book about this everybody farts they should be absent truthfully there is nothing that oops everybody poops is the children's book where everybody far to be great follow what she surely there should be one and I should be a series a series that we could write knoll that's you a man in your band and as apparently you also fart yes yes even our super producer cation Pedro this is just a medical fact that people do this however the vast majority of human beings do it purely as a favor of one's really is a a thing that happens in the human body as sort of a regulatory process right to keep your out your systems and check your guns and all that right yeah most of us are amateur farmers however there are very very small number of people who've managed to become professional flatulence it's true Ben it's true in this dates back much farther than you might think or maybe I don't know maybe it's exactly as far as you might think maybe it's even less far than you would think but we're we're gonna start today story is in the medieval times like the restaurant you know where you go and you get a Turkey leg and they got the horses and left the show I can the cable guy learn a new cheer for whichever team you're assigned to yeah it turns out that restaurant concept based on an actual historical period thank you yeah right it's not the medium level of evil the way that some people might assume yeah I thought that for a long time to spell really funny too M. E. D. I. it's it's one of those words I can never properly spell but I with a grass I do at least ten tell us about artistry in medieval times I'm glad you asked you'll travel with those folks to the reign of king Henry the second there's a great lying about king Henry the second from historic UK dot com the very first sentence of the poor guy's biography every two seems to struggle to make an impact upon popular history that's the first sentence and that is also printed on his gravestone ouch that's not true but that be funny that would be funny and sad so king Henry two who range from the December of eleven fifty four to eleven eighty nine was known for several different hugely important things in the course of the history of the United Kingdom but did you know fellow ridiculous historians that he also had a new toward easily popular jester that's right and we're gonna we're gonna invoke a word here that every time I see it printed I think it's a different word the word that it actually is this flatulence to the word I always think it is when I see it on papers flautist both do involve making sounds by expelling air from their bodies but the flatulence is a little bit different it is as we've alluded to a professional out farther but what's really cool about this is it it requires a pretty specific set of skills doesn't it that's right so this guy knoll was known as Roland the forwarder he had several other nicknames they are in French at this point I'd like to ask for some help from you Casey could you help us out with some of rolling the foreigners French nicknames yes so that would be Roland let's start there Roland the fart here in Roland Lipitor is but off the record while the court is not in session a couple more questions cation could you translate some of these for us into a into English so role in the far tear for tear pretty self explanatory right there fart ruler pick two or two are derived from today which is the French verb to fart has gas SO P. E. T. E. R. is the verb form and then patch or is just that kind of personified and then the last one Roland list source there comes from old French and I'm getting this from a book called on farting language and laughter in the Middle Ages by Z. Allen and in that book they write that it's a very ation star say a variation on sorry to serve alternately sarsi a means to darn also source there could simply just be a slip of the pen and they meant to right source there which is from RCA you just want to make fun of well you know they do say you heard somebody say something was tight as a sieve yeah maybe they're talking about you know also leaks like a sieve now now okay yeah maybe no ins as tight as it was started today yeah I think so well you know because it's still just lets certain things pass through maybe you know it's about the to the action of passing because the the passing of the gas I have a question for you Ben and I think you have an answer for me with this jester being a British Chester English tester why you got all these French nicknames great question you see although Henry too was king of England he never learned the English language himself because his family came over from Normandy in ten sixty six which means that they spoke Norman French no Henry was intelligent he spoke Latin as well which was the language of the lead at the time just as French was so his court would have a lot of business conducted on from say ISIS pop into this Latin section here there is a book a document a collection of ledger's call the English lever fuel door which translates roughly to the book of fees and this is where we get the information that we know about Roland because it was an account of all the payments that went to various members of the court but unfortunately didn't have any dates and just had person now and what they were paid and you know what their particular skill wise or the action that they were paid for right for Roland the language is as such numb salt term at the police home at whom bungalow executed simultaneously on that translates in English to one jump one whistle and one fort in this happens every Christmas every Christmas because they had a big old Shindig soiree thing and what does he get in return for this very specific physical stunt yeah Henry the second must have been a huge fan of of this guy because he was awarded with like lands like an a and an estate right yes he was granted a the manor house Hemming stone in softly and depending on which source you read either thirty acres of land or a hundred which is a heck of a variation yeah but I was in keep take really good records back in those days so you know yeah and we do know that all the Roland the harder really did exist in really did carry out this very specific act of a jump a whistle and a fart once a year execute the same time we know that he's story gets very murky very quickly there's actually very little verifiable information about the guy other than the book of fees and later biographers loved this story so much that if you look back at the time line all told it sounds as if she has been doing he was doing this for more than a hundred years which is clearly not true now there's no way and it was just like his big finish the jumper Melissa on the far was this you know yeah it it sounds like he was sort of a member of a particular type of performer it would have had a variety of skills not just being able to jump was known for simultaneously but this was his particular kind of like signature move yeah pull off in the fact that he was credited like that in a legal document and speaks volumes well that was the only thing that he legally had to do but surely there was a bit of showmanship there was a bit of lead game to it you know probably a couple of politically sensitive hot take kind of jokes because jesters occupies such a unique and powerful role in a court we also know that ruling was not the only professional flatulence a we know that there are practices fullscreen do these pictures to you of Japan and the Edo period okay I'm just going to show this to you know that's a whole leg genre of art I've seen like these prints these Japanese would cut prince of like dudes just you know with crazy explosive fart lines coming out of there usually bear behind right there's this artistic troop of in Japan of depicting farts booth asked satire and as weapons of battle is the word for will be she'd Gosen H. P. dash G. A. S. S. E. N. there were also the brigade door or forwarders of Ireland and there were several other ritualistically important or professionally paid flatulence throughout history and fortunately we do know a lot about one of the most famous I would say the most famous of flatulence in history time I look at online yes yes the pathway as ray Lepanto may K. A. Joseph Peugeot who was a young French men from Mars sign a believe that rumor se laisser Marseille yeah that's been Casey on the case party hard to we've got a third one coming up don't don't you don't you works and I was in eighteen fifty seven by the way that that he was born yeah he was he was the son of a Baker and baking becomes another one of his passions throughout his life but he there's a really great story about young crucial when he was a young man he was swimming in the sea and realize that he was actually taking in water up his is a lose lose he would analysts analysts I was gonna say Australia from his employer or his **** you can just go into the scientific terms to mine yeah in this happened as he was inhaling there's a great depiction of this off damn interesting dot com written by Alan bellows he returned to shore and he freaked out understandably feeling this water in the wrong place or not expected place and he immediately goes back to shore where he is astonished to see quote a great deal of sea water pouring from his backside luckily a doctor said that this was not something he needed to be gravely concerned about and Joseph in a way similar to like a Marvel super hero discovers that he has an extraordinary ability yeah you can actually do this with with air in addition to water which makes sense but you know how cool is it to be able to realize something you control and not just a fluke because I'm sure he was kind of you know understandably freaked out by it and all of a sudden it became like empowering I can do this you know for fun yeah and and and and what's funny hat yeah he found that he could deliberately suck water in through this area of his body in the project it back out even creating us bout that went on for several meters he thought you know this is cool but let's see if I can do the same thing with air and in addition to discovering that he could do the same thing with air he also learned that with the right contortion rhythm she could reproduce some songs and again he's a young person at this point still in school this is a hit in his class you can only imagine can only imagine about the teachers loved him so they might have they probably laughed about it outside of.
"thirty acres" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"You can it commit them and maybe get from the help they want perhaps they will continue that seems like we say ten to eleven AM and two to three PM on news radio kale BJ okay B. J. I'm Eric like of topping Austin's news this message also in Texas but he's also said something about the American economy you say you know what I would say there's really nobody as president trump moments ago after his tour of the apple campus in northwest Austin Melinda will have an update on the president's motorcade in traffic shortly construction has begun on apple's new Austin campus which is slated for opening sometime in twenty twenty two governor Greg Abbott among the numerous city county state leaders are praised apple for its decision to call Austin home million dollar capital investment that will add up to fifteen thousand new jobs located on prime one hundred and thirty acres of Texas of property apple CEO Tim cook says the assembly line for the new mac pro computers which are being built in Austin is already up and running Congress is taking a second look at potentially legalizing marijuana vote to federally licensed marijuana will take place today in the congressional Judiciary Committee and aposs deal with Texans for responsible marijuana policy says it's important that the issue be addressed at the federal level instead of state by state over the years we've seen tremendous changes in public opinion on marijuana policies and we're finally seeing Congress taking action if successful the vote will remove marijuana from the controlled substances act would also expunge the records of those with prior cannabis convictions John cooling newsradio kale BJ your tail be generate our weather watch partly sunny eighty in Bastrop now get Austin news on demand it newsradio kale B. J. dot com traffic.
"thirty acres" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"President to the right the president speaking before heading to Texas to tour an apple facility today somnolence testimony is continuing meantime it's debate night for ten of the Democrats running for president fox is seven brown is live in Atlanta at least at tonight's debate here will feature Joe Biden at center stage having shown both high polling numbers and committed individual donors Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders will flank him the rest of the podiums will be filled by people to judge Kamel Harris Tulsi Gabbard Andri Yang Cory Booker any club which are Tom star here not present will be former hud secretary Holly on Castro or former Massachusetts governor Deval Patrick who entered the race last week please Evan thanks America is listening to five news radio kale BJ I'm Patrick Osborne and topping Austin's news construction has begun on apple's new Austin campus which is slated for opening sometime in twenty twenty two governor Greg Abbott is among the numerous city county and state leaders who praised apple for its decision to call Austin home billion dollar capital investment that will add up to fifteen thousand new jobs located on prime one hundred and thirty acres of Texas of property apple CEO Tim cook says the assembly line for the new mac pro computers which are being built here in Austin is already up and running the president trump will be meeting today with Tim cook as he tours that facility pumping out those macros here in Austin the president slated to touch down at Austin's airport at one twenty PM and rolling road closures will accompany his motorcade the Austin area once again one of the fastest growing tech market to North America commercial real estate firm CVR res tech thirty report shows Austin accumulating more tech businesses CBRE is calling yes coach she explains so over the last I would say four years that Austin is grown by little over twenty percent annually in terms of growing the amount of tech jobs by the numbers yes because she says in the last ten years the Austin market has doubled in size growing office rents by ten percent and reasons a lot of the demand is coming from San Francisco Bay tech firms expanding east John calling his radio kale BJ Hayes county commissioners and the nature Conservancy are teaming up to buy more than five hundred thirty acres of pristine land in the devil's backbone area along the Blanco river used to be the el Rancho seem a boy scout camp by after thirteen million Bucks when will be preserved as an endangered golden cheeked warbler habitat it could become a restricted access park area and now let's get you look at your news.
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"Bass when you spend just four ninety nine it's the best deal of the season David Struff Pelino WBZ traffic on the three five fourteen the four day WBZ accu weather forecast meteorologist Frank strike calling for partly cloudy skies tonight with a low of forty two degrees for Monday times of clouds and sun high fifty four Monday night cloudy little forty five Tuesday cloudy periods of rain which will change to wet snow hi forty six in the morning but then temperatures falling into the mid thirties Tuesday night clearing blustery low of nineteen but real feels in the single digits and then Wednesday it'll be when the sunny and a high of thirty one degrees right now we just dropped a couple degrees down to fifteen degrees in Boston this is WBZ news radio ten thirty with the news watch never stop good evening everyone I'm drowning Sherman there were five things that you need to know at five fifteen Republicans say president trump have legitimate concerns about dispatching military aid to Ukraine one of the over reaching the themes of the house impeachment inquiry a bronze plaque to water Massachusetts native warrant the medal of honor for his heroic actions in Afghanistan was unveiled earlier today old air moving in from the side the area into the U. S. good set record low temperatures from Texas to New England and today a very special day it's the two hundred and forty fourth birthday of the United States Marine Corps now getting back to that weather temperatures in the U. S. gonna drop spanning from Texas to New England in that cold air originally coming from Siberia is headed to the upper Midwest today is Brian Hurley with the National Weather Service over a three day Monday Tuesday Wednesday we are expecting a hundred and eighty two hi breaking low maximum temperature in other words kind of the coldest daytime temperature which is pretty credible but some of those sites are going to be repetitive Chicago is one of them their forecast high for Monday at twenty eight degrees which would be a new record out on Tuesday twenty three degree which would be a new record for the lowest maximum temperature here in Massachusetts this week seasonal temperatures are to return this afternoon and continue Monday until strong cold front passes through on Tuesday with that rain and maybe a little bit of snow as we've been telling you about WBZ sherry small set out to see how prepared people are for the upcoming snow snow in the forecast is a are you ready that's not good I don't close the door in my face ready or not here it comes snow is in the forecast maintenance crews could be seen working holiday weekend sweeping up leaves in the public garden likely in anticipation of the snow but not everyone is as diligent are you prepared do you have the snow boots out do you have believe serrate no I don't do that stuff we're not ready yet the shovel on hand the shovel okay we have a shovel how about the big puffy coats you got one because yeah yeah yeah have we learned it in so that you are ready for that but mentally maybe not there yet no not here yet we just finished Halloween from Boston common sherry small WBZ Boston's newsradio are minor earthquake in southern California's Coachella Valley did not result in injuries or significant damage this morning it was a three point five magnitude quake according to the U. S. Geological Survey and happened along the San Andreas fault meanwhile the new brush fires sparked yesterday in Los Angeles cost flames as high as six feet smoke covered parts of downtown Los Angeles as well as the Hollywood sign a barn fire burning more than thirty acres in the heart of Hollywood late raging just across the street from the Warner brothers studio lot it's a production companies in film crews evacuating the fire spreading into Griffith park plumes of.
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"Brings the major showcase to the sprawling complex built on a former Confederate army base women from more than ninety countries compete for the crowd of Miss Universe during a live three hour show happening this separate Steve Harvey will host for the fifty year and it'll be broadcast on fox and Telemundo the show will end with reigning champion country only gray of the Philippines crowning her successor Perry opened his three hundred thirty acre studio in October which features twelve soundstages each named after influential black actors and actresses trump and conspiracy I'm Tim acquired an AP news minute in his first rally since the vote on the next phase of the impeachment enquiring president trump tells supporters in tupelo Mississippi that he's the victim of a conspiracy the Democrats the media and the deep state are desperate to stop us trump also again labels inquire re a witch hunt in Iowa democratic check candidates for president speaking to fellow party members at a key campaign gathering former vice president Joe Biden tells a crowd they face what is likely the most important election in their lifetime third character of America is on the ballot next November the very character of the country Donald Trump is a genuine threat that from KCCI one candidate who is not speaking former Texas congressman Beto o'rourke dropping out earlier today he failed to build on this momentum from as narrow lost Republican Ted Cruz in twenty eighteen I'm Tim.
"thirty acres" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"For their water another fire burning in case status for at least twenty acres that's threatening many homes at least six there have burned north five disclosed that has the canyon road as far as a animal evaluations with canyon country large animal evacuation centers set up at Pierce college Woodland Hills small animals go to because they animal care center and a fire in this pulled a basin that started a couple hours ago near the near Burbank Boulevard in the fall five that's burned at least thirty acres now at twenty percent contained check the weather and check on this fire closures next California's pay the highest taxes in the country so why the politicians want to raise taxes even higher this is John to Paul of the Howard Jarvis taxpayers association for over forty years we've defended proposition thirteen the initiative that is saved millions of Californians from being forced out of their homes by big increases in property taxes but there's more work to do California already has the nation's highest income tax hi is state sales tax highest gas tax and highest vehicle taxes and now politicians and special interest want even more of our money there to destroy proposition thirteen and increase your property taxes you can help stop this insanity to learn more about the threats to California taxpayers and prop thirteen go to HA TA dot org enjoying the Howard Jarvis taxpayers association HA TA is your insurance against higher property taxes this message is brought to you by the Howard Jarvis taxpayers association visit our website at H. J. T. A. dot ordered in an accident call your guys the accident guys the accident guys are attorneys that actually answer your call and we'll get you the help you need not some assistance the actual attorneys call your guys the accident guys at eight seven seven eight eight eight die clear and windy through the night lows around sixty degrees clear hot and windy again tomorrow the cooler on Saturday not much just a couple degrees the more of.
"thirty acres" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Bill Seward live from the twenty four hour care find news from Pacific gas and electric has begun to cut power to customers in parts of seventeen counties because of strong gusty winds and hot weather the outages in northern California are expected to affect about four hundred fifty thousand people PGA any says the shops are needed to prevent wildfires and will last about forty eight hours the public safety power shut offs are mostly in the Sierra foothills and in parts of the northern part above actually the San Francisco Bay Area firefighters battling a wind driven brush fire that burned at least thirty acres along highway eighteen that section of highway eighteen between fortieth street and highway one thirty eight is closed cal state San Bernardino's cancelled today's classes and business operations because of fire threatening weather the National Weather Service has issued a high wind warning that will be in effect from early this morning until Friday afternoon socal Edison as also warned it may carry out a planned electricity outage in the San Bernardino area to reduce the possibility of a brush fire the sample Nino city school district says it will decide later this morning whether to keep the schools open for the day an ACLU rally against the judge's decision to allow Huntington beach to opt out of the sanctuary law has been blasted by trump supporters the press conference outside the appeals court in Santa Ana one man shouted through a bullhorn in the face of another man who pushed against the bull horn with a sign that reads all immigrants welcome the man with the bullhorn says the sanctuary laws unconstitutional we want our borders secure.
Wildfire threatens homes, prompts evacuations in Pacific Palisades, California
"Local it's two o'clock unless mortar the evacuations continue with that wildfire burns buy homes in Pacific palisades now we are live with K. A. B. C. news correspondent Kevin trip Kevin what's the latest the battle for the Pacific palisades continues I'm standing here on star Mel high up in the palisades we continue to evacuate residents fire crews a hundred and fifty or more continue to battle the flames from the ground and the sky a fire truck driving past me right now just a few minutes we'll mass of false check fire retardant drops from one of the super scooper dropping on top of the ridge line here in Pacific palisades no word yet on if any structures were lost the fire fight continues over thirty acres have burned in this is a long ways from over reporting live from Pacific palisades Kevin trip KABC
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"Security and emergency management Pat Williams says there are currently only three people tracking fair this will be a response to a lot of our concerns from writers asking for more presence on the system the end user inspectors have gone for three weeks of training and I am now getting on the job training from the current inspectors a woman from Portland is accused of cheating on the Chicago marathon twenty eight year old Emily Clark finish the October thirteenth race with a time of three hours fifty nine minutes under the average marathon finish time for a woman in the U. S. a blog that investigates runners as parts pace change the spacious labor halfway point like was previously disqualified from the peace health apple tree half marathon in Vancouver for allegedly riding a bike for part of the race she has confessed to cheating in five previous races including the Chicago marathon in twenty thirteen new video shows missing university important freshman when playing or walking toward the St John's neighborhood and not Lombard Boulevard which is what police originally believed players mother Mary tells Kate to this gives police a new area to Japanese are going to be asking more businesses and neighbors in that area to keep their eyes open and look back at their video player went missing October six police say prior to his disappearance he watch videos about hopping freight trains in the movie into the wild his cell phone is not been on since he left fire crews were attacking a fast moving fire in southern California the palisades park fire broke out just before eleven o'clock this morning and it's quickly grown to thirty acres our fighters are now on the ground in battling the flames with water and from helicopters well the National Weather Service measures the strength of the tornado that hit Dallas Texas ABC's Jim Ryan says clean up is underway considering how widespread and extensive the damage is it's remarkable that no one was seriously hurt Johnny all of our insurance a massage therapy business here in north west Dallas a lot of roof damage a lot of front damage the glass is just right I was mostly cleaning a one will be too bad six sixteen is repeating itself across the city as.
Tyler Perry christens new studio with help of Oprah, others
"And the stars came out and it led to last night for the black tie opening of movie maker Tyler Perry's new three hundred thirty acre studio Perry is best known for his mid day a franchise stars at last night's gala included actress Halle berry she tells channel two action news here and we're going nowhere and you don't remember us a hundred
Could Maggots End World Hunger?
"Are that you like me have spent the better part of your sentient life assuming that maggots are gross and a lot of them are due to their intolerable habit of eating rotting flesh and feces but have you considered that maggots might be what saves saves you all of us in the end. Not maggots are created equal of course no one. That's going to save you is not the flesh-eating screw were Maggot of the Florida keys. He's not the larva that Invest Sardinia's infamous end legal delicacy Casa Mars Zoo or mega cheese. There's only one maggot currently known to science that that could possibly save humanity and that's the larva of the black soldier fly and they're still kinda gross thousands of them will feast on a single food source at once creating reading a writhing living fountain of Maggots but sometimes you just have to set aside discussed in the interest of survival. It's arriving Living Fountain of Beneficent Earth Saving Leaving Maggots Common in much of the Western Hemisphere and Australia. You may not have remembered noticing a black soldier fly before the adults are about one inch long around two and a half centimeters and can be mistaken for wasps. Only they're extremely slow and lack a stinger they often issue flight and spend their fourteen days or so of adulthood Mosey around on the ground but what black soldier flies look like as adults hardly matters as they spend very little time in their grown up bodies in fact thus have no mouth parts or digestive organs because once they become flies it's sort of a hit it and quit situation they can meet within a couple of days of hatching and they don't live if more than a week or two after that so it's the larva that have sustainability researchers salivating literally if their plans come to fruition we will all be eating black soldier fly larva which are referred to as BS. NFL in the Biz this is because BS NFL contain about forty three percent protein in addition to who some calcium and amino acids which is astronomical compared to every other plant and animal based food on the planet and they taste like peanuts or Fritos depending on who you ask according to a two thousand thirteen United Nations report insects already made up parts of the diets around two billion people worldwide and as Earth's human population grows meat like beef and chicken will be a protein option for fewer and fewer people it only takes one acre of BS NFL to grow the same amount of protein S. three thousand acres of cattle or one hundred thirty acres of soybeans. The larger themselves can be dried and turned into flour pressed for their oils or roasted and sprinkled over over a salad for a little extra crunch. The Sky's the limit with these little buddies not only that BS F l make great trash processors. They're capable of eating a wide variety of organic waste nearly anything you can throw at them from food scraps and rotting carcasses to poop and toxic algae although they reportedly had a difficult time managing in hair bones and pineapple rhines so farming with them would leave us with a smaller carbon footprint and a whole lot of compost a group of researchers at Texas am and has even figured out how to put. Bs fell to sleep for long periods of time and then wake them up when it's time to put them to work eating waste a few different companies. These are currently trying to make this BS F. L. being happen but can we get over a revulsion in the interest of survival. Keep
U.S. Farmers Have Multiple Concerns When It Comes To Trade Talks
"US and Chinese negotiators will meet in Washington for talks about the trade war. Now, the stakes are high for everyone. But especially for farmers government data shows that income levels for farmers. Have recently been dropping Republican Senator Chuck Grassley represents Iowa that's a state. That's deeply dependent on agriculture. Grassley himself is from a farming family that grows sway beans and corn. I asked him if his constituents are worried, and he said, the farmers that he's talking to are worried about things beyond just their bottom lines. You don't want to think of farmers only thinking about their own products being sold to China. Farmers know that China's stealing our intellectual property. Our trade says grits, if you want to do business in China, you gotta do it the way they want you to do it. And that's give them or your technology. The farmers know that they're manipulating their currency. As Senator we've spoken to many farmers on morning edition who have told us that their bottom line is being hit hard by the trade war that they are losing tens of thousands hundreds of thousands of dollars. Their concern isn't intellectual property at this point their concern. He's making a living. What do you say to them? Their concern is intellectual property because there's an awful lot of intellectual property goes into the creation of the surplus that we do the government, though has acknowledged that this trade war is hurting farmers. In fact, last year, the government offered farmers bailout money to the tune of twelve billion dollars you as you said you'd apply for it. Did you end up applying? Yeah, I got it on a thirty acres. Soybeans. But I don't know how much money I got. But you're entitled to know if you wanna find out that means that you are far must have been at risk. You must have felt that you were losing money because of the trade war, otherwise you wouldn't have applied for federal bailout money, no participate in every government program. That's available because it's been considered in my generation. Remember, I'm eighty five years old that farmers stick together and participating in the farm program is one way of showing your in the same boat as everybody else's. We talked to a soybean farmer in Ohio, Chris Gibbs about the bailout program. He took the money as well. Here's what he had to say about it twelve billion dollars pumped in agriculture. That's great. But that's only a one time fix early tax payers not going to continue to do that. Why would they for a policy? That's inflicted pain. Byron government onto agriculture NASA. Tariffs he is not that impressed by. This bailout. What do you say to a guy like Chris cubes are Warren impressed by it? And I sat in meetings with ten or twelve other senators a couple of times over the course of the last eighteen months, and we told the president. We don't want aid. We want markets, and we want trade not aid and so- farmers feel the same way that person from Ohio fields. But on the other hand, I can tell you a lot of farmers that said to me, it's hurting us temporarily, but the president's doing the right thing because you lay can't let the Chinese screw us on international trade where we have six hundred billion dollar deficit. It seemed as if the United States and China were really making progress on these trade talks, and then President Trump tweeted this weekend that he plans to impose new high tariffs on Chinese goods. He is affected. -ly upping the ante right now ahead of trade talks that a y. Is move a based upon what I have found out from the executive branch of government from two different sources when our team went to China, we could go they got over there, and they found out that the Chinese had negotiated to a certain level. They got the tex- for that negotiation. And it went way back from where they thought we had brought them to the we can't make the same mistake with China. This time that we made in twenty eleven when we thought we had an agreement with Chinese and they didn't carry it out. So it's time I think to strike a very strong enforceable deal. So that farmers even non-farmers can get the certainty that they need. What is your message for each side here? And what do you think is it stake? If these talks break down what I would say is everybody benefits from. Freer trade. I'd say to China you joined the WTO, and you're in your into an organization that has to live by the rules of trade. Yarn living by him by not enforcing. Let's say intellectual property. I'd say to the United States we ought to be set in the pattern for the rest of the world on trade because that's what we have done since World War Two and Senator to the farmer who says, look, I don't care about intellectual property. I've got a small farm relatively small farm. I just need to make a living. I need to eat. I need to not lose money. Would you tell them? Hold on very definitely if this is all successful. And I know today that's a big if but if this is all successful, not only is that farmer going to be better off. But the entire world is going to be better off because free trade has proven itself with the reduction of. Global poverty with the enhancement of the middle class worldwide. And if this is not successful, if it's not successful will continue to go on and try to accomplish what we can in ways other than China. Senator Chuck Grassley of Iowa. Thank you so much for being with us. Thank you, very much goodbye. All right NPR's chief economics. Correspondent Scott Horsely? Was listening into the senators interview, Scott what stood out to you there? Noel, I was just in Senator Grassi's home state of Iowa over the weekend and farmers. There have really suffered a series of gut punches not only low crop prices, and then the trade war. But now they're dealing with historic flooding. Farmers are resilient and like a lot of Americans. They do want to see changes in China's behavior, but they are carrying a heavy load in this trade fight. Chris Gibbs who spoke with earlier this week talked about soybean prices dropping by three dollars a bushel that twelve billion dollar government aid package pays at most a dollar sixty five. A bushel. And that's for farmers who qualify a lot of crops get less than that and Noel, it's not just China in this trade war Trump's withdrawal. From a big Asia. Pacific trade deal is hurting beef farmers who are trying to do business in Japan, dairy, farmers in Wisconsin. And elsewhere in the midwest are hurting because Mexico is not buying as much of our cheese anymore. Senator Grassley himself has complained about the president's tariffs on steel and aluminum America has the world's most productive agriculture. But the president's trade policies have given farmers a tough row to hoe. NPR's chief economics correspondent, Scott Horsely. Thanks got. You're welcome.
Prosecutors reviewing rape claim against Backstreet Boy Nick Carter
"AM six forty more stimulating. Talk Amy, king with the new firefighters in corona have saved houses from brushfire, they got dangerously close mandatory. Evacuations were ordered for more, than a dozen. Neighborhood streets yesterday. Those orders have all. Been lifted, the fire burned about thirty acres crews contained it with help from three helicopters in two air tankers containment, was last measured at twenty five percent one of the backstreet boys has been accused of sex Assault the DA's office has confirmed its reviewing a case against Nick Carter presented by the Santa Monica police department on, Tuesday now, back in February singer Melissa Schuman filed a police report saying she had been sexually assaulted, in the early two thousands by Carter at an apartment in Santa Monica Shuman, was eighteen at the time in a member. Of the, pop group dream now it's not clear if this. Is the case. Being reviewed by the DA's office. Carter denied the accusation saying everything. Was consensual Kris Ankarlo KFI news department of defense agency has begun trying to identify Korean war soldiers in the remains returned from North Korea the agency's leader Kelly McCague spoke yesterday at a. Pentagon briefing understandably reactions, from the families of the seventy seven hundred still missing from the. Korean war is palpable because this is an opportunity for more of them, to get long-sought answers it's expected to take months or even. Years to complete forensic analysis China has announced. Another sixty billion dollars in possible tariffs on American products Chinese officials. Said yesterday America should be level headed and correct its attitude. On tariffs US announced this week it's considering putting tariffs on China at twenty five percent instead of ten percent if. The, US follows through China, says it will respond with sixty billion in new tariffs on American goods like coffee Honey and industrial chemicals a dolphin stampede has been spotted. Off the Orange County coast a stampede happens when a large group of fast. Moving dolphins leaps out of the water some whale watchers spotted the part of several hundred dolphins yesterday near Dana point southern California has the greatest density of dolphins per-square mile in the world traffic from your helpful socal Honda traffic center crash in Arcadia on. The to ten on the t ten westbound coming up on the, two Linda has one of the middle lanes blocked there that stretch to the Teton backed up from mountain checking out the socal Honda traffic cameras through their less feel. Is five southbound stop and go conditions from Las villas boulevard off. Into downtown LA the northbound side really heavy as well from the tens Split. All the way up to Los villas downtown LA the ten westbound Santa Monica freeway it's heavy on. In pockets from the five all the way, through mid city LA eastbound side just a little bit slowing through their k. find the, sky helps get you there faster Rosie return after an accident people are emotional and. Confused so what happens when people call attorney sweet James bergener John James t. Will always pick up the phone even if it's two AM a lot of times people are hurt and in pain, and, they don't know. What to do so even if it's a.
Scott Baio took 5 polygraph tests to refute Nicole Eggert's claims of sexual assault
"Of the stories we're watching in the KFI twenty four hour newsroom. Firefighters in corona have, saved houses from brushfire they got dangerously close mandatory evacuations were ordered for more than. A dozen different streets in one. Particular neighborhood now they say that they will. They got this guy under control pretty quickly it only burned about thirty acres crews did help contain. It with three helicopters in two air tankers. Containment was twenty five percent at last check the weather is taking a. Tough turn for the firefighters in, northern California there's a red flag warning today like they need that through tomorrow night for Shasta county where that fire tore through. Reading and destroyed more than a thousand homes the fire. Near reading is now thirty seven percent contained it's one hundred twenty six thousand acres and is. The sixth most destructive fire in state history an actor Scott Bao's been fighting claims by his former co star Nicole Eggert and says he wants, a restraining order now against her Eggert claims that Bao's sexually assaulted her while they were working together on Charles. In. Charge in the eighties the. LA county DA's office couldn't prosecute due to the statute of limitations but Bao's says Eggert won't stop disparaging him he's also filed a police. Report with the LAPD, and says he took five polygraph tests to prove his innocence five thirty five it's. Our business buzz with CNBC's guy. Dummy when your value reaches a trillion dollars. What's your next trick where do you go from that plateau will find out what Apple's plans neck. Or apples playing next move is and the. Papa John's listening tour what is that and we'll at work and then. At six five it's handle on, the news Wayne is in for handle again this morning but right now let's say Hello to ABC's Aaron Katersky so Aaron Harvey. Weinstein's attorney plans to ask judge in Manhattan to dismiss. The most serious sex assault charge that's been filed against him what is it and why would. They think that he could get this one thrown out it's rape and he's accused of raping a woman that Harvey Weinstein will claim He had. A consensual. Relationship with he, says that there are about, forty emails. That he, has from an old work account back when the Weinstein company was the Weinstein company that will prove the woman he is. Accused of raping was no victim but actually a consensual partner and so he asked a? Bankruptcy court, judge because remember the Weinstein company has been going through a bankruptcy He asked the bankruptcy court judge. To give. Him access to his Email, and and, he wants to now use that Email as part of his as his defense in the. Criminal, case and he'll argue that prosecutors knew about these emails they just didn't show them to the grand jury that indicted him okay but even if you have a consensual relationship with somebody it's not like one night can't go terribly wrong that's true, it's not always a defense. You know and that's not to say you. Can't rape somebody with whom you're. In a consensual relationship however the defense is seems to be arguing here that the emails prove that this could have been some culpability material and and and the DA's. Office failed to fail to to to to, present itself could be a. Violation that the defense will say merits the charge being dismissed so simple violation could get more than technical Than than than an affirmative defense but a but nonetheless. You get a sense of where Harvey Weinstein may try to go as he as he will. Seek to dismantle the accounts of the three women that are involved with, his criminal charges I'm sure you've talked to you legal experts or been watching them what are they saying do. They think that Harvey's team has a chance I. Think Harvey's team is doing what they're gonna do you know and. And. Whether the emails are truly exculpatory nature I think we'll, have to wait and see exactly what they say. And and. And we haven't been able, to see. Them as yet so we can't make a judgement if they are you know if they. Come, out and say hey what you did last night was great well then maybe that's that's a different story but you know short of that it'll be up to the judge to decide whether they really are exculpatory in nature don't you feel like, this is just indicative of. How this entire trial is going to go Like spaghetti at the wall it's going to be a mess for the victims and that's why these cases are often so difficult because the victims have to be. Really resilient against the onslaught that's going to come from from a. Criminal defense attorney and? And Harvey Weinstein will do anything that he can? Do to to to avoid being found guilty in prison time for, this and so the you know they're only really, two defenses for rape either you didn't do it or it was consensual and he says he's never had nonconsensual sexual activity that does. This specific scenario that a lot of victims say. They don't, come forward because they're afraid that, all, of a sudden they're going to be. The, guy who's put on the stand and. Not their alleged, rapist that's part of the reason why I think you saw after these charges were announced in Harvey. Weinstein's case both the police and the prosecutor's office hailing the bravery of the victims they know That they are going to, get put through, the ringer during trial and they really need to make sure they can they can withstand that kind of pressure all right Aaron thanks for the update today I'm sure we'll be talking with you again because we'll want to find out what happened in. Court are Jennifer thanks all right thanks that's ABC's Aaron Katersky so we'll follow up on that one which, is happening a little bit later today I mean doesn't that just drive, you crazy You know I'm still saying alleged because the news person in, me says you. Have to so here's Harvey Weinstein on these. Alleged, charges however I mean attack McAliskey like. That That the? Prosecution didn't present that who cares who cares, if those emails are out there who cares if you had a consensual relationship with, somebody doesn't mean that one. Night something terrible couldn't have happened I mean come, on prosecution don't make mistakes I have to. Say well the dodgers let's. Talk about that this is awesome and amazing the dodgers scored more runs last night than in their previous games combined twenty one to five route that. Had Milwaukee send position players, to the mound starting in the seventh inning the game, featured? Seven dodger. Home runs,.
Woman run over by SUV on SR-94 in Jamul area dies
"Charring over, two hundred thirty acres there's been. No structural damage in the fire is moving to the east so. Safari park which is in that area appear safe at this time A search is underway for the driver of an SUV that. Hit and killed a woman who had been in the, vehicle moments before it happened early this morning and Hamal on the ninety four near Steele canyon road news h Shannon handy has the latest now this is a busy intersection happened around three thirty this morning. There were several winners who told investigators the victim was inside the man's. Car before suicides, we believe she at some point out of the vehicle Started walking along the solar going back the. Opposite direction or they were coming from so backwards westbound A, which point we believe he started backing up next, to her alongside of her and at some point the, collision occurred where he actually backed over police say the man. Remained on the scene for several minutes but then fled before officers arrived when, it comes to accents what, sounds best CBS news Deborah Rodriguez finds out I new study from yougov finds most Americans, eighteen percent prefer southeastern drawl like Scarlets over from Texas that, comes in second with twelve percent the least attractive Chicago's dead last with just two percent of, the votes Deborah Rodriguez CBS news come on now. Here's Bill Holland he, has the latest from, Wall Street stocks narrowly mixed in. Light trading so, far, today consumer sentiment hedges higher second, quarter GDP, at four your hi, four point one, percent as expected, but no surprise, second quarter profits so far up, surprising twenty two. Percent on average Amazon a blowout. Two billion dollar profit a new record high Intel down seven percent.
New wildfire in northern California kills one, spurs evacuation
"The daily summer averages about forty three hundred megawatts and officials say they can handle unanticipated power to ban of about six thousand megawatts over the next couple of days but it is a small margin dwp's record peak demand was more than sixty five hundred megawatts on august thirty first of just last year michael krozier kfi new brushfire in the irwin del area has burned nearly thirty acres close to the miller coors brewery the fire was first spotted yesterday afternoon in the santa fe dam recreation area the flames started moving closer to a storage area at the brewery within a couple of hours firefighters said they had a good handle on the blaze wildfire in northern california's for some closures of the five all the way up to the border the fire started yesterday near the town of horn some evacuations have been ordered the fires burned five thousand acres the wildfires that started in yellow county near sacramento is burned eight thousand eight thousand acres and not ones just set thirty three percent contained the wildfire started nearly a week ago some mandatory evacuations are still in effect the fires destroyed at least nine buildings more than sixty wildfires are burning across the western u s two been especially destructive east of salt lake city the dollar ridge fire has destroyed ninety homes in southern colorado fire allegedly started by an illegal immigrant arsonist from denmark has destroyed more than a hundred homes police in la say they're trying to figure out why a mom abandoned her son at union station the woman was arrested yesterday for child endangerment lapd captain brian pratt says the boy was found wandering alone wednesday night hundreds of thousands of people through here every day walking.