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"wickers" Discussed on Bourbon Pursuit
"Hours. After i resigned the wine rian and brought me on full-time well good. That's a what a fascinating journey baptism by fire after that. So so yes. I was steve for a couple of years and then lex go purchase them and i was the number two guy so i got. I was fired and thought you were fired because the act selects co purchase. Yeah oh wow. Yeah wasn't you know. I mean if steve is sitting here fair enough right he would say. At least i didn't fire. You just told you you need.
"wickers" Discussed on Bourbon Pursuit
"Everyone. It's episode three hundred and twelve of bourbon. Pursuit the podcast featuring news reviews and interviews with people making the bourbon. Whiskey industry happen. I'm one of you host skinny coleman and before we started he's episode talking to lisa wicker of widow. Jane here's you weekly bourbon news. Update netflix's has a new documentary coming called heist the six episode series chronicles three of the biggest heists in modern american history through interviews and reenactments to the episodes will feature pappy. Gate the story of gilbert toby. Kurt singer the kentucky man who pleaded guilty back in two thousand eighteen to stealing thousands of dollars. Pappy van winkle bottles from buffalo trace distillery where he had worked for twenty six years. The episodes dealing with pappy gate are five and six and they are called the bourbon king. The series will premiere on netflixif on july fourteenth install. A group has announced the addition of john. Rhea as master blender for kentucky owl ria dedicated his career to four roses distillery where he joined as a supervisor and parted as chief operating officer during his long tenure. His responsibilities included quality control and product blending inducted into the kentucky hall of fame. Back in two thousand sixteen ria has received numerous accolades for treatment. To the industry. Having served as a chairman of the kentucky distillers association board real was also honored with his lifetime membership. One of only five such memberships and one hundred and thirty plus year old history and digital convenience retailer. Go puff has acquired liquor barn. A leading independent chain of beer wine and liquor stores based in louisville kentucky from private equity firm blue equity for an undisclosed amount. Go puff will integrate twenty-three liquor barn stores into its network and go puff currently operates more than four hundred and fifty sites. Including two hundred. Seventy five plus micro fulfillment centers and the recently acquired bev mo. That was done for three hundred and fifty million dollars and is delivering to customers now and more than six hundred and fifty cities so moving onto bourbon released news. Love it or hate it. Flavored whiskey is here to stay and jim. Beam is launching. Its newest product called jim. Beam orange. new orange flavor comes in at sixty. Five proof is now available at select retailers. Nationwide for sixteen dollars. Mixtures master distiller. Dan mckee has approved the twenty twenty one release of mixers ten years single barrel kentucky straight rye whiskey which will begin shipping next month in july of two thousand twenty one and mixtures ten ri- has suggested retail price of one hundred and seventy dollars. Chattanooga whiskey has announced their first release of their bottled and bon expression of chattanooga whiskies tennessee. High mold style vintage series spring twenty seventeen a little bit of a mouthful there crafted from a selection of four unique heim bourbon. Mash bills all made within the same distilling season each is composed of at least twenty five percent of specialty multi grains. Since its bottle in bonn it is one hundred proof and has suggested retail price of fifty dollars ole smoky distillery normally known for its range of moon shines recently announced the launch of a new small batch premium whisky brain with its first expression honoring its family ties. Called james ownby reserve tennessee straight bourbon whiskey. This will be available in major markets. And at ole smokey's barrel house distillery in gatlinburg and six. In peabody in nashville. It's followed ninety. Four proof and has a retail price of forty dollars for today's episode. Lisa wicker's should be a household name to really any bourbon enthusiast. You'll get to learn about her pedigree of industry and blending experience in this episode and before ever meeting lisa people in the industry would tell me all the time that she had one of the best pallets around and she's been involved with lots of brands from the very beginning and has played a critical role to their future successes and now she leads widow jane and gives us some tricks on her blending experiences and much more and barrel crafts. Spirits is always setting the bar for some of the best blends on the market using stocks and barrels from around the world. And you can get your hands on some right now without ever leaving your house. Go to barrel bourbon dot com and click the buy now button with that enjoy. Today's episode. And now here's fred mimic with above the char. I'm fred mimic and this is above the char. This week's idea comes from dylan. Do defraigne dylan who. I wonder if he's related to n d do frade. Of course that's the fictional character from shawshank redemption and thus he definitely is not related but seriously isn't shawshank redemption. The best movie ever love that movie. Anyway so dylan's question is With the tightening of the four roses restrictions on implementing bottle alterations specifically the stickers and possible Follow suit by other distilleries. Do you think this will also put an end to other bottle. Modifications such as candles lamps landers ashtrays etc etc The answer to that is yes in. I have actually seen legal letters being sent to people who make who make items and then resell them. They have been telling people that they are against trademark. Now some brands do not care. But there are a couple of distilleries that are very active out there keeping people from making lamps and so pumps and things like that and keeping them from selling them a youtube segments on my thoughts on the four roses one. Because i missed apartment. Round table talked about this. We were in new orleans on are celebrating our anniversary. And i missed the opportunity to kind of chime in but i think it's a wrong move by anybody to have Implement any kind of effort to stop people from doing something to the bottles. I just think it's bad if somebody's reselling the alcohol. That's a different. That's a different thing that has not that has nothing to do with the alteration of the bottle. That's somebody's selling alcohol without a license. If they're selling a a former bottle that's been cut in half and turn into a candle or if they are Doing lamps or or whatever. Then offer that company a a license opportunity but don't stop that upcycle because you know it's good for it's good for the brands because it's continued marketing in my opinion. I think it's a bad move by any distillery to go after an enthusiastic base Around their product especially for something as benign as a dadgum sticker does going to do it for this week's above the char. Hey if you're like dylan and even if you don't have a coup last name like defraigne hit me up on frederick dot com to send me your above the char idea and i will read it on the air and give my opinion. But that's going to do it for this week folks until next week chairs. Welcome everybody to another episode of pervent. Pursuit the official podcast of bourbon. Guinean ryan here today talking to somebody that. We've actually heard about a lot of times in the bourbon industry. She's one of she's known as probably one of the best blenders out there. I've heard that from lots of different master. Distillers a lot of different distilleries out there and we also get to talk about a brand that we have never really showcase or talked about on the show before too which is widow. Jane and i think we had this conversation at some point. And we've been talking about like there's a lot of stuff that's really starting.
The Media's Growing List of Lies Continues With the Wuhan Lab Leak
"There was a piece recently in the tablet. By Laurel left a professor. Who has written an outstanding book. Not just the New York Times, but the Washington Post and how other media basically covered up the Holocaust. Now That's a pretty damnable charge, don't you think? This is one of the reasons as we go through the history of these various corporations, and that's what they are. While you have no faith, faith in them. But the people who work for them There's a good reason for that. Because they're liars and their cover up artists. They have an agenda. There's all kinds of things going on in this world that need coverage. Like what's happening to the Wickers in China. What's happening to the people in North Korea? The object lies that are being told to the American people by the Democrat Party about crime on our streets. The disastrous teachers, unions and what they're doing to our students. Look how the media waited and waited and waited on the issue of the Wuhan lab. Look how the media lied and lied and lied about Russia collusion. The list is so long. I can't even remember everything. But when it comes to massive death And people crying out for life. When you expect the American media to step in You're expecting the wrong thing.
NASCAR Makes Safety Rule Changes
"Made some rule changes just yesterday. The team's gotten new bulletin out on how they have to change the the car with a chassis and also with the new tapered spacer ornate. Kind of walk us through all the changes with the car right. So the tapered spacer change mardi is that they went from fifty seven sixty fourth of an inch to fifty three sixty seven inch so the smaller holes mean that there's less air getting through the engine and smaller roles means less errors means a decrease in speed so speeds will drop by about seven ten miles an hour. Nascar also removed the wicker from the spoiler and a roll bar that had previously been. Optional is now mandatory at daytona and talladega as we just heard and that piece we play with joey logano when he crashed at talladega when airborne running third on the last lap of the opening stage. Skit on its on the car's roof damage the roof and as we heard you say i got roll bar in my head. That is not okay.
Mississippi Group Honors Fictional Man in Song 'Ode to Billy Joe'
"The death of Billy Joe McAllister in rural Mississippi was a fictional event in the nineteen sixties hit song but Billy Joe now has a real tombstone in Mississippi Hey Joe McAllister jumped off the Tallahatchie ode to Billie Joe was written and recorded by Bobbie gentry the sad tale about a young man who ended his life June third jumping off that Tallahatchie bridge in the gossip that followed a group of locals in Greenwood Mississippi gathered this week to honor Billy Joe McAllister and give him a proper resting place U. S. senator Roger wicker among them mourners told tales as if they knew Billy Joe and then unveiled the tombstone at the Tallahatchie flats that reads he loved the river even unto death Billy Joe McAllister isn't real but he was portrayed by actor Robbie Benson in the nineteen seventy six movie based on the song I'm Jackie Quinn
"wickers" Discussed on The Swearwolves
"That's he was gross. There's like lots of like. Oh yeah like weird squishy like yeah lesson. Just take wet. Sounds like listening to me. Talk but yet thrown away in the trash and he's still alive. Yes dwayne senses. That he's still alive and he wakes up in the middle of the night after surgery and everything twins like a. yeah he can move around mobile scan. Go down there. And he. He rescues below on trash bag to which then they proceed to set up. Blake fucking rube goldberg trapping for the father. Elaborate it's like On a skateboard they have a big circular saw. And so the dick something out of a cartoon. Yeah yeah wylie. Coyote put this together. Yeah it makes it like pee. Wee's big adventure sal. Breakfast machine whatever but The dad comes downstairs. And he's like what's going on and he stands in front of it trips. Oh slices and right now. It was pretty. It was pretty cool. We don't see it slice but we see like the legs fall apart yet different places and then the aunt Arrives and she covers for them and she basically loves all three of them and belie- loves her and she loves the blobby below below. I don't know they never explain why they named him. But lyle yeah like i said terrible name rule again even keith. Dwayne this is my brother keith. they'll is ugly. He's getting an ugly man. we call them. Google ool call them. Ugly bits mean. Yeah no com. So that's the story. And then the aunt dies..
"wickers" Discussed on The Swearwolves
"This movie by the way is described as british folk horror musical film It's an interesting way to describe this movie. I guess it's kind of accurate David nineteen seventy-three on december six. What was the number one phil. What do you think the number one film in america was in nineteen december sixth american graffiti on seventy three. I don't know but you're wrong dammit. You could have guessed that. Because i said i don't know if it came out and seventy three that you weren't right because if you remember right i would guess did the way we were never seen it. The way we were Scattered picture of all mouth. That's my barbra streisand nation. It's really good. She wasn't the movie The number one tv show in nineteen seventy-three in america. I got nothing all in the family. Wow i know that shows that old i know i thought the same thing. The late seventies. Yeah i think it was just on for a long day. Yes show that would not be new able to be released nowadays and the number one song is december sixth nineteen seventy-three. Nothing couldn't even give you a hint Top of the world by the carpenters On top of the okay down on creation and neat. Don't ask me how. I know that carpenters in the house and i was growing up building stuff exactly very loud everybody wondering that god damn it. It's five in the morning. My stepdad would listen to the fucking carpenters all the time like he loved. I think he was in love with karen carpenter r.i.p. This movie was written by. Anthony inspired by the novel ritual by david pinner. Have you ever seen David pinner pinner. Lead singer for soul asylum. I don't know david perner okay. Sorry runaway train soul asylum. I only a couple of the songs that was that was it. Misery stray frustrating part of that song to kids on a playground be allowed plaque. Old talking about though feel the tank. Let's go around. There's still around. He scored some. Did he do the score for chasing amy. I think he did the score for chasing amy. Very nice yeah so there. You go the writer anthony. Shaffer have you ever seen frenzy the hitchcock movie no. I haven't seen wrote the screenplay. Oh that's cool. That's why i've thought about doing this. Show yeah yeah hitchcock. Now and once gain a gatty yalo yalo feel we. We've abandoned the giancarlo. What our third host la. I say i think that's a movie would like i like frenzy. I have nothing against jolla films. If they're good and rarely are they gonna say a little something again. I don't have anything against that. You have everything against bad movies. I'm thinking against movies. Little like the things their breaks. I did like that. I'd like ten abry. And i liked the other one about the bugs. Yeah with the black belly I like that one but like the one that other gentle fill a phenomena. Yeah yeah something. Like phenomena at the moment. And i like the movie with john. Travolta the cure sedgwick fulfill actually. Don't remember very well. He gets a brain tumor and then he and you can speak portuguese..
Absurd Spoken Word: A Unmedicated Journey of Self-Expression
"I will now begin an entirely unscripted unmedicated journey of self expression through song of spoken word. Ma is shining vessel of truth. I look to the mall. I how can you how with me. Oh guy jody's they run. Are they having fun. Is anyone candles. The flames they burned they flick the elderly couple loving but they bicker the outdoor furniture. Is it wicker rain rain. Go away com again. Some other day for. I don't need any hydration. The tears provide the moisture in neabry clouds like pillows in the sky. I lay my head trying to cry but the well run dry the birds they chirp the whales. They say we wait for the bell of abundance to ring on the see saw of life we rise and we fall. Lance armstrong did the tour de france with only one ball. She flows with the wins and sleeps with the stars jan. Sing in the mist. Dodging birds and car I and is she me connecting both to and sea Hang gwynn's hustles surf and turf. Life can't always just be herff
Icelandic Hot Dog Stand and Signing Your Name 250,000 Times
"In the summer of two thousand eight. My wife sarah. And i traveled to europe with another couple. Our friends laura and ryan. I like laura and ryan a lot but one thing you need to know is that they are the sort of people who really try to suck the marrow out of life and make the most of their brief flicker of consciousness and all that stuff. This is very different from my style of traveling wherein i most of the day psyching myself up to do one thing visit a museum perhaps and the rest of the day recovering from the only event on my itinerary. The trip took us from denmark. Sweden and then on to iceland a small and mostly rocky island nation in the north atlantic. That attracts tourists primarily by offering free stopovers to anyone who flies iceland's national airline. Iceland air. I was interested in visiting iceland partly because i have a longstanding fascination with tiny nations and partly because my publisher jewish strauss gable had told me she loved this one hot dog stand in iceland called bayern's be to answer the trips to sweden and denmark had been lovely there were smorgasbords and museums but the highlight had been an evening spent with ryan's swedish relatives. Who lived on the shores of some vast lake in the swedish wilderness. They welcomed us to their home and proceeded to get us blisteringly unprecedentedly. Drunk on sweden's national wicker bronfman. I do not often drink to excess. Because i have an intense fear of hangovers but i made an exception. That evening ryan's relatives taught us swedish drinking songs. And they taught us how to eat pickled herring and my glass kept getting filled with bronwyn until it lasts the eighty year. Old patriarch of the family stood up and spoke his his first english words of the evening and now the sauna
GOP Senators Unveil $568 Billion Infrastructure Plan
"By President Biden, who calls his Ah jobs plan with broader priorities. What is infrastructure Its highways, bridges. It's water and wastewater, its ports and rail airports. And certainly we're all agreed that broadband is part of Mississippi Senator Roger Wicker says the GOP plan calls for $568 billion over five years without needing additional taxes to pay for it. The president has said he's prepared to compromise but won't accept. In action I hearing on policing in the U. S Senate but focusing on how
Protests Flare After Police Kill Black Man During a Trafic Stop
"But Chris Foster protests in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota outside Minneapolis or the police shooting death of a 20 year old black man during a traffic stop. We saw rocks and other objects thrown at the police department. There were reports of shots fired in the area of the police department, State Public Safety Commissioner John Harrington. Police say the suspect had a warrant out for his arrest and was shot getting back in the car to drive off. President Biden meets with members of Congress today from both parties about his $2 trillion infrastructure plan. Mississippi Republican Senator Roger Wicker balked at the price tag on ABC is this week way to have for me, Transportation Secretary P Buddha judge said on Fox News Sunday. We don't have a lot of work to do to persuade the American people that U. S infrastructure needs major improvement. The White House has really state by state numbers outlining the dire shape of roads, bridges, the power grid and affordable housing boxes. Time to J powers. Americans listening to Fox News. Going gorgeous. Yes, Tom. So you deal when
Biden's big infrastructure plan hits GOP blockade
"Biden's plan to improve America's infrastructure is being criticized by Republicans in Congress for its cost. Mississippi GOP Senator Roger Wicker calls the president $2 trillion plan a tax increase that Hurts Americans instead of an infrastructure bill. A lot of people making $100,000.50,000 dollars. They're gonna lose their jobs because of the extra burden. This plan would put on job Creator Transportation Secretary Pete Buddha Judge says Americans support the plan because it won't let companies skate by on taxes because we've seen corporations paying zero We're just asking corporations to pay their fair share.
"wickers" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Um, it's not about that. It's about a evil regime. That murders its own people. Like the Wiegert. An ethnic minority that Joe Biden says you can treat him any way you want. That's your thing. It's a cultural difference. He said that on stage, he said that publicly Donald Trump had the Wickers into the Oval Office. And listen to them. Listen to what they were saying. About the atrocities that have been inflicted upon them. But the corrupt fake media they've chosen their devil, and it's Donald Trump everything that happened under his watch evil and corrupt. And Joe Biden is their savior. Some of them are recognizing by the way. That While they probably still believe that ideologically, I think they genuinely Despised Donald Trump. They were willing to believe the worst about him, and they were willing to believe the lies and they lie to themselves. I gotta tell you, and I know this. For a fact Me. The mainstream media universe depended on Donald Trump to a point that well. Their ratings are down 50% Now what happens after every election? It does. It happens after every election. It's like right after the Super Bowl, who's going to sit around and watch ESPN football show? No, you he is in a little while it will be baseball's turn and you know, you'll warm up to that. And Ratings will be really high for baseball. What? September October, although I don't watch baseball anymore. It's just gotten too slow day. I I love that is a kid. And then I just grew out of it. I don't know what the Actually, I do know what happened. I got a good talking to when I cried that the Yankees lost. I was 12 years old and I cried when the Yankees lost and a prominent member of my family discovered me crying and said Hey, smarten up. You think these guys care about you? And you know what it made Total sense. As Jerry Seinfeld once said, you know, basically you're rooting for the clothes. You're just rooting for the clothes. These guys come from all over. They're not New Yorkers. They're not or maybe they might be. But that's just a coincidence. You know, it's uh, It's a silly thing to get too wrapped up in emotionally. You're Your favorite sports team. All right. Where is that? Donald Trump? Huh? Listen to this. Where is that? This is remember. This is the racist. Donald Trump. Okay, This is what they tell you all the time. 1987. He's already a internationally successful Businessman brand, You know, he's a mega celebrity, and he writes the art of the deal. This is 1987. All right. He's at the zenith of his power. He's only 1980 seventies 42 or 43 years old, maybe 41. I think it was born in 46. Anyway, this book becomes a mega bestseller. It's still around. I Recommend buying it and downloading it or buying the hard copy Whatever and checking it out. There's some great stuff in here and a lot of you kind of miss the president. I get it. Me too. I like to watch the rallies. I'd like T O follow his every move. We can't watch him on Twitter. But there are statements that are issued every now and then. Now listen to this. This is, uh from art of the deal, and he's talking about the trump Tower and selling apartments in Trump Tower. All right, let's see here from day one. We set out to sell Trump Tower not just as a beautiful building in a great location, but as an event. We positioned positioned ourselves is the only place For a certain kind of wealthy person to live the hottest ticket in town. We were selling fantasy, All right, that all makes sense, right? He's a He's a mega brand. Expert. Now listen to this part. The one market. We did not go after Was old money New Yorkers who generally want to live in older buildings. Anyway. On the other hand, we could appeal to several other categories of wealthy people Talks about how People in this and show business. We're very interested in his properties because they were very glamorous. He also writes this For foreigner Massari, Foreigners were another big market Europeans, South Americans, Arabs and Asians. Practically speaking, we offer them an advantage. Um, the advantage being, you know, Deluxe and all you needed was the purchase price. Ah, yes, Here's the thing. Um, talks about how Co op boards, they have a license to discriminate. Ah, these foreigners could come in and buy a building. All they needed was the money but to buy into a co op, he writes, which is what most buildings in New York were at the time you need approval from the sport of directors who have ridiculous, arbitrary powers, including the right to demand all kinds of financial data. Social references and personal interviews. They can reject you for any reason they choose without explanation. It's a license to discriminate. Isn't that interesting? Donald Trump is not a racist, easy opposite of a racist is not a xenophobe is the opposite. He is a man very comfortable with people and with the world. And now this narrative, this phony, fake, corrupt narrative designed to enhance the Power of Democrats, they will try to tarnish the legacy of Donald Trump. And the latest episode they're exploiting is what happened in that massage establishment. Down in Atlanta, Uh, that I just find it disgusting. What they're doing. Let's take some calls real quick. We've got Gail from Westchester. Gail. I remember you. I think you're from Harrison. Is that right? Hartsdale, Cortland Manor. No, My plane's what invited Silver Lake Harris. Brother. Are you sorry about that? I'm so glad you came. Then. I mean, it's just refreshing to hear from The leaders down Now I'm gonna go research stats and plus I was a trump supporter, So I mean, I don't know. It's like everything is going crazy things that need like about the news Now when you came in You hear all that of the stuff for? You heard that was this person attacking the Asian person so now because I'm trying to wean myself off TV, So now I've got to like Get all the info and that's why you could make it informed decision about things, not just hearing these little snippets. About the you know to use your phrase. Yeah. Gail, listen in. The great thing is, we're all in a position to get all of the information. Now you can watch you can watch a News show that will give you seven seconds of what an official said. Unfortunately, what I'm going to recommend here is very time consuming. Thanks a lot. Gail for calling. It's very time consuming. You can watch that entire press conference on YouTube. Um and see all of the nuances all of the things that the media skip because they're looking for Something that will excite them something that they can exploit. And racial polarization is something they can exploit, and they do exploit. Regular people, especially working class. People know how tow live and work together. We like each other. You It doesn't matter. Especially here in New York. Um, but these elites with their agendas and these these think tanks and s so called non profits and Everybody have an agenda, and it usually entails. Getting Democrats into office and keeping them there so you can go to the raw data. You can watch these events unfold in real time. It can watch him on your phone, eh? I want to point out though I'm not calling on CNN to be Canceled or anything like that. Who are I don't want anybody deep platforms. I wouldn't mind them dying. Quite frankly, the folks at CNN a slow death. If everybody just stopped watching over time, that would I would not cry about that. I'm not going to call for the cable companies to ban them, even though some of their rhetoric has deeply damaged this country like last year when they overstated the threat. Posed by police officers towards people of color not only overstated, they hyped it beyond belief, total exaggeration and that put men and women in uniform. Many men and women of color By the way at great risk. It really did demonizing them and normalizing violence. Remember that? All those protests and riots. They were beautiful things. Remember that? Not job reporter from MSNBC, who was in front of a burning building and a riot and said it was all mostly peaceful. Joe Biden could not get himself to condemn the horrific scene in Minneapolis and people were losing. Business is a lifetime of work, just evaporating going up in flames because he did not want to antagonize the far left wing of his party because he Never bargains he had to make tube. Get installed as the nominee. Whatever they are very complex and convoluted, I'm sure But he made all kinds of deals. And there he is. I wonder if it's worth it. I I watched him and I don't think he's having a good time. He looks like.
"wickers" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"So you don't care about the Wickers. No, she doesn't into the wire. That was very, very, very straight is another thing. Don't ever walk out of CVS with a carton of milk. You will lose her. And if you ever walk out of warm water with a pair of pants like have corduroy pants for $8 on the rack and the front Don't even bigger loser Look. Oh, my God. There's a warm or pity, actually cold. Yeah, It's even worse. You know, my first job out of rehab in Delray Beach was I folded clothing at Marshall's, which is the same thing. Yes, I made $48 a week and I had to walk two miles a day just to get to that morning. Delray Beach. I'm gonna play a violin for ways, right? Yeah, well, it's all part of the great comeback story while it was snowing up. Oh, no. With Florida Remember? All right, Well, we got a lot more to do. All the right down is coming up in about 30 minutes. It's been fun already. Bernie and sit on the product Sundays with Sinatra with your host Joe Piscopo this Sunday night starting at six. That's life. That's what all the people say. Switch cry yet on to get a kick out of you. It's Ramsey. Mazda's Sundays with Sinatra is Sunday night. Starting. It's safe with me, Joe Piscopo. Del anyway, ABC traffic in Transit South Down West Shore Expressway and Korean War veterans How we Ramp to the Outerbridge Crossing is closed. There's an overturned over the road, garbage hauler and giant garbage.
"wickers" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Follow this program, please, as well at town Hall review. From the crackdown on Hong Kong of the pandemic We battled last year, the Chinese government remains a troublesome superpower cloaked in secrecy and lies. We now have plenty of evidence on their genocidal campaign against the Wickers. At the communist regime was granted the privilege of hosting the 2022 Winter Olympics long ago. Florida Congressman Michael Waltz has now called upon the United States not to participate. He joined me on the Hugh Hewitt show. You would like the United States to boycott the Winter Olympics in 2022 in China? How's the reaction? Been to that proposal? Why did you make it? I want to be clear. We're actually asking the IOC the International Olympic Committee to move the Games out of China. Actually, Senator Rick Scott has been asking that for over a year. Speaker Newt Gingrich mentioned it a about a year ago. But since they have refused, the international Olympic community is not abiding by its own moral and ethical standards. We are calling for a boycott. I cannot see how after the Chinese Communist Party is at least the Corona virus on the world and covered it up. Arrested, journalists arrested doctors Obvious, skated an investigation by the W. H O and now is actively committing genocide, forced rape, forced sterilization, slave labor and concentration camps. Literally as we speak. How do we then have the American flag flying in Beijing? How do we bestow the honor of hosting the Olympics on such a brutal authoritarian dictatorship? And how do we give them? Give Z and his cronies in Beijing the platform of the Olympics to espouse their form of government. You you've covered this a lot. You know that she is actively working to replace the American dream with the China dream around the world and the Olympics. Just the stones on him Legitimacy. For his authoritarian regime. We need Tonto Biden administration needs to walk the walk when it comes to human rights, and when it comes to holding China accountable enough is enough. We need to pour athletes back unless the IOC moves the games to another country Now Congressman Waltz. I asked David Drucker, Byron York and Admiral Staff Reedys about the waltz option. The boycott. Caption and all Three of them instantly went to 1980 They correctly remember you're too young, but I remember we were so disappointed. The athletes were so screwed. They all three went right immediately back to 1980. I am different situation, different world and our economies are differently. Structured right now, Have you heard a lot of that since you introduced the resolution that the waltz option will unfairly punish athletes who trained all their life? Yeah, sure. You know, a lot of people go back to that. And that's you know, somewhat understandable, but a very different dynamic. I think one you don't have a didn't have unnecessarily an act of genocide going on. We are literally talking about millions of people in concentration camps, images that have leaked out of China of the week Gers on their knees, blindfolded, being loaded into rail cars loaded into trains. On then being stripped of all of their personal belongings and their heads shaved as they enter these concentration camps for re education, to be followed by forced sterilization. And forced rate. Esso. I think America needs to wake up and I would encourage Admiral separate us who have a lot of respect for on others to understand the gravity of what's going on. Not to mention over two million people that are dead around the world for what Beijing has released and then covered up, So I think there's a there's a magnitude of difference here. On. I just can't see then rewarding them literally 11 months from now with an Olympic Games, and then separately, you let's talk about the financial benefits that the billions that will pour into Beijing. And all of the multinational companies NBC, Adidas Nike Apple that the sponsors that stand to make billions off the backs of the slave labor and all for the backs of this genocide. So you know enough talk. It's time to walk the walk. Social justice doesn't just apply to, you know U S borders. All of these companies talk about responsible social governance. Well, let's see them step up and let's see him make us tough stand when it comes to their bottom line. To be clear. Admiral Stavridis is not opposed to it necessarily, he said. Try and get an alliance to move. The Olympics is the preferred option. I said, Well, I've been trying to do it. But here here's the follow up. You're right. The Democrats have have Talk to human rights line and secretary fake, Blinken said. The genocide is real, so they're kind of on the record. What about the cancel culture that operates in the United States audit not to operate with it? Lisa's much force against the sponsors of the Olympics. Get them out of the business of Happy face China advertising when genocide is underway. Yeah, I would just add 180. That's a huge number. 180 international human rights organizations have also called for the games to be moved, and I want to be clear. That is absolutely the pervert option. I want our athletes and the world's athletes to be able to compete. But I just don't see how many of these athletes themselves many of them who have called for social justice can do so literally in a country where.
"wickers" Discussed on Well Made
"Alden wicker welcome back. Thank you for having me again. Fan favorite back on the show people. If they haven't listened to our first episode. It was gosh. I think april or may of last year and we're just kind of you know understanding what the whole pandemic was going to do. It's been a little while now almost a year so it's really nice to catch up. I've been following up on your your stories in various places and it seems like you invested a lot in in your website. Echo called over the past six to twelve months is what's been keeping you busy. Yeah that's a good question. And thank you for noticing. There's a lot of contributors now. It's not just you. It seems like there's all kinds of people working on it. Yeah it will that. It was started by i had. I had one person who's doing everything. And then she sent me into a panic last spring because she said oh. I don't wanna make content anymore I thought oh no okay all right. So i'm gonna. I'm gonna need to find a person to write my content but then i got so many amazing applications that i ended up building out an entire contributor stable And it was really cool. Because i i have contributors who who really represent a diversity of viewpoints like we have someone who is chinese. We have someone who is of south asian descent. We have someone who is dominican. So it's it's been really good to have all of their different viewpoints and languages and experience brought onto the team now. You have always been kind of more freelance writing for a lot of different publications. Yeah yes. I've always been balancing growing the website with a freelancing you know up until the pandemic it was getting really hard to balance both of them. I was like most people who are entrepreneurs where i was just doing too much. They're also starting to interfere with each other a little bit in terms of lake goals and audiences and ethics even so i was already thinking before the pandemic started Something's gotta give..
Trump's Lawyer Bruce Castor Cites First Amendment in Impeachment Defense
"President Trump's impeachment lawyers just finished for the moment. At least they're a rebuttal in the second Senate trial, saying Mr Trump is out of office and it's unconstitutional. Try to deny Americans opportunity to again vote for him. An impeachment trial by the Senate of a private citizen violates Article one. Section nine of the U. S. United States Constitution. Trump Attorney David shown They've made clear in public statements that what they really want to accomplish here in the name of the Constitution. Is the bar Donald Trump from ever running for political office again. But this is an affront to the Constitution. No matter who they target today, Maybe she's Katherine Faulder says. It's clear that shown is the attack dog of Trump's legal team, and he commands attention on both sides. Several Democrats scowled, as shown spoke Bring a break. Earlier, Senator Roger Wicker, Mississippi Republican, said that after Democratic House managers made their opening arguments, he admitted they set a better team this time. With continuing coverage, the impeachment trial. Chuck's Iverson, ABC
What To Expect at Trump's Second Impeachment Trial
"Second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump starts tomorrow in the Senate. Trump will not testify. A conviction would require 67 votes in the 100 member Senate Republican Senator Roger Wicker doesn't think the Senate will vote to convict should he be convicted in an impeachment trial in the answer is no based on the fact that the Constitution does not anticipate The impeachment trial of a former president, senator from Mississippi, cheered with a bee sees this week. The trial won't prove that Trump incited an insurrection last month at the Capitol.
Biden struggles to get Republican support for his $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief plan
"In Congress continue to push forward another cove in 19 stimulus plan without Republican support. Biden administration says it's open to a deal with Republicans but not at the expense of slowing down the urgent relief. It says Americans need Transportation Secretary Pete Buddha judge on ABC this week could have four million fewer jobs if we don't act now. Republican Senator Roger Wicker says The Biden administration's plan is too big and says Republican proposals are being denied. Really Maura Maura, the White House staff than the president. Absolutely. Rejected any of their proposals. Marco Malard
Biden gives Calif. woman pep talk in weekly address revival
"The debate over the covert nineteen relief bill continues former presidential candidate Pete booted judge now the transportation secretary says struggling Americans could use these funds I think it's really important that we are taking care of working families that's obviously something that is being discussed in in in this process going back and forth with Congress and and there needs to be robust support as for the Republican senator Roger wicker says the bill is too high given the outlook from the Congressional Budget Office the economic projections from this bipartisan group argue against something the the size of a one point nine trillion dollar package both wicker and booted judge appeared on ABC's this week Shelley Adler Washington
Why 10 Super Bowl Appearances Won't Satisfy Tom Brady
"Hey thanks for joining me man. Good to be here. Seth wicker sham is a senior writer at espn and he's covered. Tom brady since his rookie year in the nfl. Words with you. Seth you are. Espn's resident. tom. Brady you've been covering brady for nearly twenty years. I believe at this point. You're the first person to report. That brady was looking for a way out of new england back when that was on thinkable and honestly kind of dangerous to suggest in the boston area. But your piece out. Today ahead of. Tom brady's tenth super bowl in tampa bay with the buccaneers. It actually begins a decade ago back in new england. What happened a couple years ago. I was in tom. Brady's house and we were in his living room and he was telling a funny story about bill belichick. It was a saturday morning meeting before a game against new york. Jets and bella. Check was watching film of mark sanchez. Running out of the pocket rolling to his right players it is heels and he had a wide open receiver about sixty yards downfield on the opposite hash. So that's an almost impossible. Throw to attempt. I mean few quarterbacks ever would try that throw even fewer would complete it and the way that brady told it to me. That ballot check was just watching the play unfold and he was like just throw it. He's wide open. Why isn't sanchez. Throwing the ball and brady's little thought bubble was hilarious because he was thinking. I would never even attempt that throw. Do you have any idea how i would look in. Tried to throw that ball. And meanwhile checks just like can't get even more open. He can't get more open. Just throw it in. The way that brady explained to me later was very interesting because he said i see each play within my limits at the time. I didn't really see the significance in that statement. But when you watch. Tom brady now aged forty three years old and the entire sporting world asking how. He's done it how he's been able to get another team to the super bowl. I looked back at that statement. And i found a lot of answers in it was brady frustrated with ballot check. Invalid check suggested as much. I wanna get deeper into. Brady's thought bubble there. I think he thought it was hilarious. He he saw it as a defensive coach who had no bearing on the reality of how difficulties throw that ball. He wasn't frustrated with ballot check. He was like a little amazed that bella check thought that that type of pass would be so easy i mean. That's that's a john elway throw. That's josh allen throw mahomes through. There's very few people who could ever even try that and here. Ballot check was talking about mark sanchez. Saying he's not going to get more open than that. Just throw the ball. As kind of an indictment on the quarterback where brady saw it as you know something that was hard to believe. Couldn't believe that that his coach thought that a throw like that with that easy. And when you look at tom brady look at the arc of his career. He's someone who's kind of always understood his limits and by understanding them so well he's found a way to transcend them so those limits that he has this keen understanding of and that being this superpower. It is something that we can. Plainly see in contrast to josh allen and john elway and patrick mahomes and lamar jackson. These absurd physical talents. And that's been clear set ever since we saw brady with shirt off to be honest at the combine in two thousand but because he is also the greatest of all time without real serious dispute at this point playing more super bowls than anyone ever by far at to ask if you fully buy his explanation that that superpower is in fact and understanding of his own limitations. At first i didn't. And i remember. I was once in his house in two thousand thirteen back when we thought he was getting old. 'cause he was going to be thirty seven when the season started. And you know he can't play forever and he said something really interesting. He said there's nothing that will be able to replace football. And hopefully it gets to appoint where there is when i retire in nine ten years and he said it so offhandedly and so smooth that it was it went right over my head. It was a shot across the bow. Here was a declaration to play until he was aged forty five and he someone who has made a mockery of conventional wisdom. And so i thought there is no way when he said that that he was someone who learned how to play football within the scope of his own limitations. But as you watch him play you actually see it on the field. And i think that it helps define him as a football player because he can't do what aaron rodgers does. He can't do it. Patrick mahomes does these sort of amazing acrobatic throws but what he can do and what he's always been able to do is pick apart a defense and bleed teams to death. And i think that that's what he was getting at when he talks about playing within his own limits because he's so deadly an accurate when he throws short.
Personal data stolen from Dutch coronavirus track-and-trace programme
"Chummy chums. There is a fellow working at a company in the netherlands. Okay i'm in shaved for awhile sam. He's he's wearing upper the same and he has an interest in the dark web. Okay that's where we diverge. But he's no malicious hacker. He is daniel velarde who is a cybercrime reporter at the dutch tv service l. news he's the guy who loves to dig up facts about what's going on on the dark web and -mongst cybercriminals all the hackers and he's a cool technology guy and it's his job to dig up details. What the bad guys are up to and uncover cyber goofs. Okay this is. This is what he does for a living basically. Yes oh yeah okay. For instance last november. He gained a little notoriety because he gate crashed a european union. Defense ministers video conference court. This was after the dutch defence minister accidentally posted the logan details on twitter so yes of frayed is still happening so you want to show. He was hard at work so he took a screen shot and he posted up about to join this video conference call with the other defense ministers of the and that our man decided to join the conference. Well well to to the credit of the minister. He didn't reveal all of the pin code. Only some of the digits. So i think they're about to missing and so this inventive young germans to twenty tries gotta clean. Well that gained him some notoriety but he's is now in the pipe is again because he has uncovered what appears to be a serious security breach which has been happening in the netherlands. He found that someone for months has been gone onto snapchat. Onto telegram onto weaker with wicker. Weaker is a encrypted a messaging service a bit like signal telegram yet. Weaker is particularly beloved of drug uses bluetooth. Only one or my i. No no no. You'll think you're thinking of different. Yes wicker isn't just for local. Contacts can be anywhere. But we're wicky you don't have to a phone number so you can super-secret anyway. You want to buy your jazz cigarettes do that okay. Good to know right now and found is that someone has been advertising a month. Something their their access to sensitive data from the dutch health. Service smith civically. These people have access to databases of people who've taken corona virus tests in the netherlands are have been documented in the testing tracing system so their home addresses that email addresses the telephone numbers dates of birth and their b s n. The bsn is the dutch equivalent to social security number. Okay so someone has been advertising this Boy so you can pay between thirty and fifty euros. And say hey. Can you tell me the home address. Phone number email address and social security number of this person wetness wicker telegram if you contact the hacker via the ad. Wow that's a good rate so you can get those details. Jeez and you kind of course request details about more than just one or two people. You can say well. Could you give me all the information you have about everyone who lives in amsterdam aged over. It's like do you know database. Well is it shown a sequel query. Now why why. What do you mean why for funsies. Why would anyone want this. Yeah why would anyone want this information. say i've had four coronavirus tests or i've had done who cares well because matching wanted to scam somebody. You can send the message or an sms. Say no no you that you took your test on this date and we've now got the results for you or can you pay this amount of money to get now. We decided we're going to give you some treatment. Go to this site and shook pretty cuttittas but more that you also get their social security number and you can begin to do all kinds of fraud with that all and this is a bit scary okay. They discovered that the private data of celebrities was also sale and even crime jones. There is a chap in the netherlands. Code you have to excuse my accent because it's very very good. Jan van den. He sure everyone's going to recognize her. Well our friends probably will he in the netherland. that's yesterday. He is famous because he is a crime journalist. A former police chief he receives the same kind of full-time police protection. Which is afforded to the dutch. Royal family super the squadron of bicycles for threat. Seriously because he's considered so much for target to his work in the past assisted in the capture of criminal sneaking. Read all about him on. Wikipedia is being upset so he goes around town with like a dozen people him yes. He's got bodyguards. He's got the police looking after him and so he doesn't want his personal dress. How tall is this guy. Jesus he's going to be quite. So i say that about a lot of people how y'all so yes so he puts put seeming danger because of course he's a person of interest to criminals and these are criminals. Can you tell me where he lives. News phone number and is social security number you can imagine. He's not terribly pleased about this. So this journalist daniel a etc He got the prior consent of individuals. A number of people a few hundred people and he did a request he said i would like information about these. Hundreds of people approached the scammers. And said how you thinking of making a purchase just as a little test can me details about these people and he confirmed the authenticity of information. It should been offered for sale and it was correct so this is the legitimate information. They even posted screen shots of the computers with access to the databases now the dutch health service. They say they haven't found any evidence that they'd been hacked. But he screenshots. Suggest in thi- job it exactly. Yeah they're twenty six thousand workers and cool central employees working inside the dutch health service hoover access to this information and many of them have course at the moment where they working at home you pitch and that makes it easier. I would argue for them to pulse on the dates criminals or even just photograph their screens. Or you can't put your screen in the office can be people might not really giving any would've noticed anyone. Royd camera out brave. Do
"wickers" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"That despite Real Madrid losing Athletic Bilbao last week in the Spanish super cop As well as falling to third division Alcoyano in the Copa del Rey around 32 yesterday. Manager Zinedine Zidane will not be sacked. Sources say that Dan's future will be determined in the off season with the club still in the hunt for La Liga and Champions League title. Let's not forget. He won three straight Champions League his first three years at the helm of Real Madrid. He's also obviously a Football legend in France Liverpool missing an opportunity to get within three points the top spot in the Premier League table after a shocking one mil home loss at Anfield. The Burnley on a nationally Barnes penalty in the 83rd minute loss also snaps the Red 68 match unbeaten home streak, which dates back to 2000. And 17. Elsewhere in Europe. Let's start out Italy Lot CEO heads to the semi finals the Copa Italia with a 2 to 1 win over Parma on an own goal in the 90th minute, while Barcelona advances to the quarterfinals of the Copa del Rey of two. No one ever. Cornell oh as Barsa scores twice an extra time after missing two penalties in regulation. Let's get to some NBA just two teams in action. They happen to be facing each other 10 P.m. Eastern time tonight. The New York Knicks on the road at the Golden State Warriors. NFL News of Philadelphia Eagles have hired Indianapolis Colts offensive coordinator Nick Syriani as their next head coach, replacing Doug Peterson. Meanwhile, former Washington quarterback Dwayne Haskins agreeing to a reserve future contract with the Pittsburgh Steelers. In the NHL. The Washington Capitals will be forced to play at least their next four games that stars Alex Ovechkin Afghani Coast itself. Hell yes. Samsonov and Dmitry Orlov due to the group violating lead covert protocols, the four players rod masked in the hope you know the hotel room together on the road with a positive test amongst them, which is also led to the team being fined $100,000. NHL scoreboard 3 40 to go in the first period Philadelphia at Boston scoreless 1 17 to go on the first calendars with a one Nothing lead over the devil's I'm Dan Schwartzman Metro. Bloomberg World Sports Update Juliet. Thank you so much. Dan Coming up. We're gonna chat to Kurt Wagner Bloomberg Tech reporter to discuss the steps that Twitter has taken in recent weeks to enforce its policies. Twitter locking out the Chinese Embassy in the US over a post on Wickers. Also checking out what is happening here in markets on.
"wickers" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"And they get one. That was Zach Maraj is and on the clear they'll get some fresh legs out there, and the power play is also winding down under five seconds to go, as must picks it up deep in his own end for Mercier skates in power play is over. We're back to five aside, 11 minutes left in the second period. It's 21 Air Force with the lead and the puck right here. Falcons come in. This is Bowery Bowery, Giving it to Marty Marty shot is wide and the rebound picked up by the Lakers. With that? Here's Wickers Wickers comes in. He'll dump it in from the blue line. They scrapped for it behind the Air Force net. And Falcons will come away with a pocket Blake bride. Things that ahead and in Johnson leaves the net and plays it for the Lakers gets it to mass ers and here comes mass ers through the neutral zone stick handles all the way in to the air Force and finally sends it in behind the net. Watching over shoulder. Zach LaRock first left shoulder now the right shoulder. Now it's in the corner to Iraq's right. Reverse to the other side and skated down by cook. Their cook comes out from behind the net. With the puck finds a man Weigel Weigel gives it ahead to Adam's returns it to Weigel Michaels skates in Bevilaqua follows him into the corner and the Lakers converge and take the puck away. Mercyhurst in the green and white, the white tops green bottoms Air Force, where in the all blue road uniforms with the white silver and great trip. Fuck is in the air Force end right now in the corner to the right of Zach LaRock. There's some hidden going on down there. Comes loose, pitched into the air lands in the Laker end Lakers. Quickly send it the other way, and cook will catch up to it deep for air Force cooked turns and Tries to bring it up. The near side turns the puck over Lakers with to take away an opportunity and a shot on the rock from the mid slot area that's redirected wide. Back out to center ice. It comes sent right back in by the Lakers taken away by Air Force. Shipped back out and Owen Norton will grab it for Mercyhurst Martin trying to find a man that's right from Burger Life in Burger carries it in to the air Force and skates into the corner with it. Falcons meet him defensively. 8 45 to go in the puck back out to the blue Line Drifting is Norton Firing away Is Norton Pad save made there by LaRock Rebound shot another save made by Zach LaRock. Rebound loosened played here by the Lakers a little push here by Mercyhurst. They got two good shots away, and they keep the puck in and the pressure on right now. They'll get some fresh legs on the ice to as the puck comes back out to the neutral zone, where it's not down by Wickers. Wickers looks up and finds federal law who skates in drops it behind. Wickers has it in the slot. Dumps it into the far corner out of the corner. It comes taken away by Air Force. Falcons turn and go. With the pockets bride winding up to take the shot. His stick got tied up. It ends up in the circle and firing away from there is Bowery. His drive is knocked away by Hank Johnson, the goalie. Dug out of the corner by the Lakers. They turn and go bringing it up. There's Bender, who scored their only goal about five minutes ago, a collision In the air Force end far away as we could see along the back wall, and it looks like a penalty coming up here on there. It's going to be an interference. Call J against Blake Bride. That's a tough call that goes against Air Force in that one that stops play also 7 39 to go in the second period. Lakers going back on the power play. We come back after this on the Air Force Sports Network. From Louisville, My MG college presented by Yusa..
Chicago Officials Shut Down 300-Person Party in Wicker Park for Violating COVID-19 Restrictions
"Aimed at slowing spread of of the the Corona Corona virus. virus. We're We're getting getting our our first first look look at at the the numbers. numbers. It's It's been been a a month month since since indoor indoor dining dining and and drinking drinking was was banned banned in in Chicago. Chicago. Since Since then, then, the the city's city's conducted conducted a a total total of of 877 877 investigations. investigations. It's issued 54 notices to correct at bars, restaurants and businesses and 20 other citations. Every Thanksgiving holiday alone. There were nearly 100 investigations, resulting in 14 citations for large gatherings. The city identifies as agree. GIs violators Chicago Sports complex on the Southwest Side and wild berry pancake in Streeterville Victor on WGN news. Over the weekend, Chicago police shut down a party in Wicker Park. They had more than 300 attendees with no social distancing or face mask. Governor. Pritzker says current covered 19
Carjackings soar in Chicago, but few face arrest
"In Chicago this year with the latest yesterday at a busy intersection in Wicker Park. The victim was stopped at the light on north where it meets Damon in Milwaukee, when armed men jumped out of a silver jeep stopped ahead of him and stole his 2019 Audie, a five It's been a similar experience for many Chicagoans this year, police data reveals. There's been more than 1100 Carjackings in the city through November. 20th. That's a 124% increase over last year. He got arrested in
Senate panel moves to compel 3 social media CEOs to testify
"A Senate committee's authorize subpoenas to compel testimony about hate speech and misinformation from the top executives of Facebook Google and Twitter the Senate commerce committee chairman Republican Roger wicker says the CEOs of the top tech giants need to reveal the extent of influence their companies have over American speech during a critical time in the democratic process this is the start of a new bipartisan initiative against Facebook Google and Twitter Republicans claim social media platforms are deliberately suppressing conservative views while Democrats have criticized the big tech C. E. O.'s for not policing content including calls to perpetuate hate crimes and promote white nationalism Facebook just widened its ban on false reporting including claims of widespread voter fraud pushed by president trump Jackie Quinn Washington
Nature's Tasty Secrets
"Turned off the canal towpath now, down, quite a narrow twisty turny path into a wooded area. And I can hear water in front of me. So let's see where it takes us. The so many different planets. Different flowers is really beautiful. And he's a man armed with two beautiful wicker basket. So I believe your call Fred the far eject where does that nickname come from a run business called the wild side of life and I spent most of my time teaching people how to forage for medicinal and edible plants. Now I've already seen some blackberries and they are looking really juicy. Can you take me to place whether even more bountiful to my best but I think we need to get out into maybe a move sunny spot. So why is this a place state you think is good to come and pick up raise this perhaps a mile and a half of country park where anyone's allowed to go and their blackberry bushes all over the place. It's a free market absolutely for that and many other things to. This looks like a black free books to me. But Bruce quite distinctive but there are a number of other lobe fruits that you could mistake it for. So there are things like the debris who's tends to be much smaller and more compact. Let's the RASBERRY and if you're up in the mountainous areas perhaps up in Scotland, you might find the cloud berry another free of a similar shape, the colors completely different. So what your top tips for picking and store blackberries when you pick them, run your hands gently over the cluster of varies and just with your fingertips, roll them slightly around each vary because the ones that are ripe were literally just SORTA popoff. Don't use a carry a bag, it will get quite machine bashed. shelf-life is dramatically reduced. So try to use an open container of some sort if not done wealth about brees I'm afraid and look around here I can see nettles but apart from that, I can't see anything else here that I would not to pick tweet. So today I'm going to introduce you to some of the unsung heroes of the plant world. which he may have pulled out of your gardens, weeds trump would over. Let's go find out. Things, you need to remember. We have this kind of notional idea of what I call the doc we say. And try not to pick things on the edge of footpaths and lesser at least two or three feet above the ground. It's gorgeous out today apple cheese around look at the sun on the kind of the Ashley. Oh Time. Before He in the one that looks like a big Benaroya. This is nothing like that. This is greater planting common-law. Wait you would cook it as a spinach like affects people take a look at these seat heads pulled backwards and the seed comes off your hand I use plantation seeds an ingredient in my mixed seeds mixture I gather every years. Path now is a lot more open than way where before in the fight closed in woodland space, it's much more majer. We feel it feels very sumarine because wall the flowers and all the insects. Let's get down here. Look. This is waterman like plasma breaking out in a plasma boil. When you inhale it's real deeply relaxing and it makes very calming. Hazel not. Having actually got not. Find our teeth can stand up to it. Always little sheep but don't know how much they liked neck. It's a bit of an unsung hero, isn't it? Natalie's aloof a lot you can do with it. It's hard to exhaust the number of uses you can put it to the top of the stinging nettle. Rick Out Vicki bear hangs. How're you doing that without getting Stoughton show you nettle stems are covered in lots of tiny stinging hairs and at the base of every one of those hairs is soft land full of venom if you rub to plant in this direction. All of the. Fold upwards and you don't get stung but if you're up the plant in this direction. They leave jagged edge which digs into your skin. It's almost like pulling a pint of beer. You know you're working the needle backwards it's pumping the venom sac into you. So the nettle does not stink. You Stink Yourself. You must fit firmly in a section with new leaves on. Hand must be already traveling in an upwards direction. As you grip few grip I then travelers, you'll be sons fancy. Okay. I'm. The young ten to tops are very good green vegetable. They're very rich in iron and they're very high in protein that make a wonderful T- and even lightly cooked they no longer stay. One of our local pastimes in the wilds of wheelchair is rolled metal eating competitions. Of course, the trick is they know how to destroy nettles really quickly. So if you roll it up, you stick it on a molar teeth chomped down hard to release the. Final secret is that the juice of the nettle is the antidote to the thing is pretty cool
"wickers" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"One lifted high into the air Deep left field going back and goodbye. Wickers got two home runs on the day. And he will make this a five. Nothing. Reds lead in the nightcap. Reds blank, the Brewers six nil. Wade, Miley Lucas Simms Rice. L. Iglesias combined for Cynthiana one hitter. A YOU radio swore has provided some of the offense pitch Suarez and he socks this one to left and deep and way back there. And it is gone. A two run home run for a U A neo Suarez. It is six nothing Reds. War is with Hiss Sixth home run of the year are be eyes 11 and 12 Ranger Back home tonight, first afore up against the central Division leading Cubs, 700 w. Barnaby's coverage. 6 10 with sports Talk and Yarnell Carrier Sensei Pitch Kelsey Chevrolet. Extra Innings show. After the game Bangles update more workouts today for the Bengals a training camp the hold a big scrimmage on Sunday. You'll hear that action right here on 700 wlw. A. J. Green looks to play, but he's high on quarterback Joe Burrow. We're coming in with him, and is this you know he's Been a part of a championship The way you carry yourself in the hotel was presence snap count. Just as a president, but he didn't really say that much. But you know, when you walk in the room, he's the leader and I think that's what separates him from a lot of these other guys is, you know he's still young as a rookie, but you know, it's president is not like a rookie. Highschool football. The season begins tonight in Ohio, Kentucky. More action Also in Indiana, one of the main games of Skyline Chili, Crosstown Shootout with elder of Against LaSalle More tonight on the high School football Tonight show presented by a Cincinnati Children's sports, medicine and orthopedics at six, ESPN 15 30, Fox Sports 13 60 Soccer FC Simpson any back in action tomorrow night hosting the Columbus Crew N BA After postponing games yesterday, players resume tonight With three games on the schedule..
"wickers" Discussed on The Darren Smith Show
"Well we're. We've got the ball back in town. Working chain to do work outside. Yeah early before it gets too hot. Kids are happy to be back. We're happy to have them back allows us to. You know we're paying for their housing. We're paying to feed them. they have ready access to you know doctors and our athletic trainers, so we feel like we've got them in the best position to be successful and to stay healthy They're happy to be around their teammates again. So we're you know we're working through that voluntary period we get to you know the first mandated period I. Believe Is July thirteenth or fourteenth. There were allowed to start doing a little more with our other sports. Men's soccer. We're actually backing them up a little bit because they play in the PAC twelve, so they're season probably won't start to mid to late. September now so. We're kind of backing them up to bring them. In women's soccer and volleyball. Starting to come in is their seasons with start mid August. If we start on time, so we're It's nice to see some kids back and get some workouts in, and they're happy to be back. Jd wicker. We appreciate it. Thank you again i. know some of this. I can only imagine the the. Frustration of trying to piece this together. and it ain't easy. We appreciate you taking the time to join us today. Best of luck to you. Guys and we hope this all works out for the best. Appreciate the time and you and Marty Gem. Stay healthy, and I look forward to talking to. Jd wicker, athletic director, sending state. Thank you on that. Yeah, and I think about PAC twelve for men's soccer, and what that means, and that's being backed up just a little bit as well. So. It's it's a lot to lot to deal with when you're sort of figuring out who all you can have even on campus, and how this looks and how this works when we come back your text messages seven, zero, four, seven zero first word of the tax X. X T R A that's coming up next on extra..
"wickers" Discussed on The Darren Smith Show
"Which basically the big ten has now done going to an eight or nine games scheduled the SEC. The big twelve in the ACC. Basically said they're going GONNA wait till the end of July to figure out what they're doing. so yeah I think. Anybody would feel that way. Just based on the news across the country I, mean everybody you know different states or shattering records for a number of positive tests. YOU KNOW I! Look at it, hospitalizations and I see us being impacted I mean that's a bigger issue. How's your health community handling all of that, so we'll just. Keep watching what's happening nationally will keep discussing athletic directors amongst the Mountain West Conference Com. Commissioner Thompson having regular conversations with commissioners across the country. and we'll see what happens. It's interesting because what makes college sports so unique and one of the things that I really love about college sports is that you get these different conferences, which is a totally different structure? Let's say the NBA. We were talking about the NBA earlier today that all the NBA teams thirty of them they go into a bubble united soccer league major league baseball right like there's a governing body commissioner, but at a time like this. Jd, what is it like seeing that different conferences? Different Leagues Make Different decisions. I would think that that's. What would it be better if there was one person speaking on behalf of the entire sport, or do you think that this system right now? Given the circumstances that you know the big ten out of the Midwest. Perhaps out of the South PAC twelve. You all as the mountain West Conference. How is it? How hard is it just to see this thing operating on different schedules and with different decisions? But I mean that is one of the challenges and I was having this discussion with. Our President's chief of staff the other day being a membership organization You know if you think about all three divisions over a thousand institutions at the. Division One level there's three hundred and sixty different, some odd institutions so getting everybody to come together and have. The same the same idea of how you want to move forward, I mean that's been something that's been discussed. You think about an Il cost of attendance all these other pieces. It's really hard to get that group together when there's not. A commissioner that is Kinda helping lead that or dictate that it's very hard for a President Ammar to do something like that, so and you've got the conferences and NCWA football is unique in that you know the. The structure of NCW football is not necessarily inside the CW like a basketball is where the basketball tournament, and all that or controlled by the NCAA Double A. The College Football playoff controls the. Controls, the playoff system, and the conferences control the TV contracts, and those types of things, so it's it's a very unique system..
"wickers" Discussed on The Darren Smith Show
"And when you say that would be able to explain to us how the protocols work because I think as I've said last week on the radio. One of the things I think that adds to confusion. Jd is you get a lot of sports? Reporters people who are in sports media who might be very very well sourced inside of sports, but these decisions are coming from university chancellors, school presidents, etc, so so, how are these decisions? Being made here moving forward with specific regard to the future of sports, the immediate future of sports. Yeah, mapping on it starts at the very top, and that's going to be. The governor of California is going to weigh in on. You know what we're GONNA do. It comes down to the specific county that you're in. It's also going to be what you know your president. wants to do your board of trustees, especially as you start talking about yeah repopulation protocols, but then once you get into competitive season There's GONNA be a testing protocol that's required for any in in season sport, and that'll be something that you know. We'll have to talk to our opponents, or are you going? Going to follow this, you know minimum testing guidelines, and if they're not gonNa, you know, follow that then that becomes a problem with US potentially playing that game You know pieces like that, so and you know again it's not we're not going to rush to a decision today when you know, we can't wait a couple of weeks to make a more informed decision. Jd wicker joining us so when you say it that way when you say we're not going to rush to any sort of decisions last week, the big ten did make a decision that was followed Friday by a decision out of the pack twelve. What was your thought? And what's your reaction specifically on the PAC? Twelve cents that impacts you. UCLA was scheduled to come down on September nineteenth and play. It S TCU stadium. What were your thoughts when you saw what was happening in different parts of the country with different leagues? Well, we you know had heard rumblings at the PAC. Twelve was probably headed that way. The big ten deciding when they did that was a surprise was surprise to everyone. No one knew they were going to announce that when they did. Again, we heard the PAC. Twelve was headed that way I mean I understand You know one of the conversations that you know. Someone else shared with me that they had had with the PAC. TIN representative. Is They just? They wanted to be able to control. All of the testing protocols and all of the different pieces that would go into being able to compete. and. Knowing that, you know they have non conference competition across the gamut of all the different conferences. It just didn't make sense to piecemeal that into so disappointing. Because I think our testing protocol would have probably been the same at UCLA but we'll continue to work with Ucla and what that looks like I mean. If fall gets delayed, the spring there might be an opportunity to play that game then or you know we. We bump it out into future years. We've already got at least one home at home with UCLA in the future, so we'll have that conversation with Martin German the new ad there and we'll. We'll figure something out..
"wickers" Discussed on The Darren Smith Show
"And as everybody is dealing with the impacts of Cova, did professionally and personally athletic directors right now. Wow, what a position to be in the athletic director at San Diego State is jd wicker. He's joining us on this Monday afternoon. Jd, Darren thank you very much for taking the time. Absolutely, happy to dion and hope all is well with Darren Smith and Mari jamming and everybody else. We appreciate that I know that. At least I want to start by asking one world. Piece of news. Jd in that would be about a timeline. We heard of in mission. Valley sounds like early less than a month's time. Are we serious like in a less than a month's time? We might see a fence up around the mission valley locations. Stadium. Yeah, we're We're ready to go as soon as we get the keys, the contractor is. Ready to get started, we've got all the pieces in place. We just need the keys and we will begin construction. Outside citing is that even given the circumstances here in some of the stuff that we're about to talk about which who knows. But how exciting is that just to think about? After this long process here that you guys will start putting up fencing here in less than a month's time, fingers crossed. Yeah I mean. It's been a long three and a half year process to get where we are and it is. Exciting to to think about things on the horizon, and a stadium and fall of twenty twenty two. That will open and. You know hopefully by that time we're through all of the the fog of Tova nineteen that we're dealing with right now. We're GONNA open up a phenomenal building. That's going to be great for the entire community, and it's really going to be good for San Diego State football. Well JD obviously the governor today had further announcements about different types of industries and operations that had to take a temporary pause some of this. We've already heard of throughout the afternoon. I wonder. How are you feeling right now as we're just chatting on this Monday? How are you feeling about college athletics in the fall? You know obviously things have changed a lot in the last couple of weeks for you know four weeks ago, probably much more positive about the opportunity to play this fall obviously. The numbers are not trending in a good direction. We're GONNA continue planning for the process of playing in the fall and then the next couple of weeks. We'll obviously have to make some decisions because you know. We're getting to that point where it's a go no go. On all the things you need to do to get ready for seat..
"wickers" Discussed on The Poetry Magazine Podcast
"Of our fear and history and marcus dives into like. What are we really afraid of here? A large part of the fear is about power and about more than money. We'll that these things get sort of turned into the something like exhibitionist about it and the fake TV geniality and and just like that all this ultimately turns into entertainment in some way. I mean it's almost like entertainment is the language that we speak. And there's something democratizing about it to like in real life we treat each other terribly but on tv we can all have like a laugh and say things that we all agree agree are sort of amusing and true is eerie to have our lives narrated so constantly in that register and what I love about these poems is. I don't know that anybody else's quite hit on that before like to take that voice that sort of droning owning on all the time and sort of put it in the poems to address the serious issue. But there's a lot of deeply observant stuff here so that the result is the poet is very well informed in spite of all this static and it reminds you like you can take stuff in but then at some point point he step away and you have to decide what you think about it. And you have to decide why you have to decide like if it's a wedge issue maybe the only reason you're called upon to decide something the thing is because that's been put in front of you and it is a distraction from anything else that's like much more difficult Marcus wicker is the author of silencer and may be the saddest thing. You can read reparations. Redefinition bond and another poem by Wicker the November Twenty nineteen issue of poetry magazine or online at Poetry magazine Dot Org. We'll have another episode for you next week. Or you can get all November episodes all at once in the full length. PODCAST on soundcloud. Let us know what you thought of this program please rate and review apple podcasts. Or if you listen another way email us at podcast at Poetry Foundation Dot Org. We'd love to hear your thoughts. Are you thinking of buying someone on a book for the holidays. Have you considered giving them one book every month for an entire year we've got you covered for a limited time. Buy One subscription to poetry magazine gene and Gift One free that's to subscriptions for the price of one. Give the gift of poetry today. Poetry magazine Dot Org Slash podcast holiday holiday. That's poetry magazine Dot Org Slash podcast holiday the poetry magazine podcast recorded by Ed Herman and produced by Rachel. James the theme music comes from the Claudia Quintet. I'm Lindsay Garbutt. I'm Christina PUGH and I'm gone share. Thanks for listening..
"wickers" Discussed on We Hate Movies
"Pet cemetery trucking route in the middle of this fucking highway not only that it's like a ghost truck because you watch that scene. It's just like what l. truck. Come first and last self driving truck. They're like we're going to try it out. It's gonna be great. We're gonna cut the truckers throats financially ono killed a man woman or did it or or conversely or did it. I guess we'll find out notice aaron eckhart at the beginning of this movie for no the reason he's just sitting at the truck. Stop bar. Having coffee leaves immediately. He texted me like hey man. You want to get copies it. Yeah yeah sure you get your coffee and he's like oh fuck of mine a movie no and that's the thing i think they filmed him quitting. He was like oh wait. Fuck bucket this. It's two thousand six batman twos right around the corner but like he has the cop friend. The guy was like oh man this letter. Other seems messed up make that aaron eckhart as opposed to no one. I bet you'll still onto put him on the poster and aaron eckhart as there's diner patron. Come on air and just do it for me. Come on i got a disaster on my answer well. He was in that other abhorrent movie. Where in the man yeah your friends and neighbors good poster bad movie poster that movie look really important but it's not does does this movie count as good good poster bad mood posters awful. This looks like rob zombie album and similar to the thirteen ghosts remai- have reface remember that one onishi lou bennett he's writing tickets and this girl throws a doll out and he picks it up and he's like hey lady picks it up like mad max on the highway one arm off this. It's a risky he didn't need. Let me take my life into my own hands for litter but this is after he's picked up a tony tony robinson dave o'brien by a guy who looks like paul giamati shave says everything's okay a shaved off that beard i look like an anti and my own audiobook cover to love yourself first. You have to love yourself. I try to take my own fucking advice and the lady over and he's like hey you dropped this unlike the girls oh thanks and throws it out again and i know this girl is like three seconds away from exploding again. I think that that's wrong or is she. But is that bad. I don't know i just is what bad role exploding sheep might deserve it. This is two times in a row. I totally agree yeah. Throws it out the second time she's like. I threw it out for a fucking reason and the mother says they're moving living and it's like you're just being bad. Movers come on role that window. Yes like this. This little girl will be fucking terror at applebee's. You know what i mean. Oh <hes> we get stuck right next door to sorry. That's what waiters do pick it up. You know that kind of a thing and they are working for tips and then truck goes through the applebee's his ghost truck it hits them and he's like almost going to get them out and then it explodes and he becomes ghost writer and we'll you know something's up for a second because that doesn't even tried to get out of the car yeah. She's like three inches away from him and he's like you food and she's like to me now. Am i crazy. They appear at the end of the film during the wicker ringing and dude spoilers man moved moved saw the movie so it's just like how did they get outs are they. Are the magic yeah. David copperfield is part of the whole thing. There's a lot of mirrors yeah..