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EXCLUSIVE: Biden mileage rule to exceed Obama climate goal

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 hr ago

EXCLUSIVE: Biden mileage rule to exceed Obama climate goal

"President Biden is proposing tougher vehicle mileage standards to cut greenhouse gases industry and government officials briefed on the plan tell the Associated Press that under the blighted ministration the environmental protection agency and department of transportation are expected to release propose rules that would tighten tail pipe emissions standards rolled back under president trump applying a framework from California the rules would begin with the twenty twenty three car model year and ramp up in twenty twenty five to a bottle error levels above five percent annual increase in the mileage standard they're shooting for forty percent of all new car sales to be electric by twenty thirty the move comes at a time when Americans are buying record numbers of less efficient pickup trucks and SUVs Jennifer king Washington

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Former U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer Robbed in California After Democrats ‘Defund Police’

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:29 min | 5 hrs ago

Former U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer Robbed in California After Democrats ‘Defund Police’

"News. We got to cover lot of lot of stories a lot of things. I want to tackle barbara boxer being mugged. Wow in oakland city. The defunding the police great. What's it gonna take for democrats to open their eyes. Barbara boxer what does she eighty one years old retired. Us senator walking on a street in her in her community of oakland california in broad daylight and is mugged and assaulted and her cell phone taken. Tell me a little cheese. She i saw the quote this morning. She's still insisting well. There's no defending the police going on. Of course she was one of the worst of the worst. Not a very nice lady. You might remember she browbeat. I think it was an admiral. Who called her. Ma'am she was offended. Being called ma'am that's a classic. Barbara boxer moment been delayed. Mammoth the la cpr doing favorite. Could you say senator. Instead of ma'am. I worked so hard to get that title so i'd appreciate in slinky. Yup and i met her once. She's just as arrogant as obnoxious as you expect her to be. But i'm grateful grateful. She wasn't hurt. Thank goodness she wasn't knocked to the ground or stomped. As many elderly people have been in big cities around the

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Mike Enzi, Retired Republican Senator From Wyoming, Dies After Tragic Bicycle Fall

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:37 sec | 5 hrs ago

Mike Enzi, Retired Republican Senator From Wyoming, Dies After Tragic Bicycle Fall

"Tragic news out of wyoming. Mike enzi the former wyoming. Senator died yesterday after he evidently fell off of a bike. He was writing and broke his neck horrible horrible injuries and suffered off. After a terrible bike accident he was seventy seven years old. He was admitted to uc health medical center of the rockies in loveland. His injuries included a broken neck and ribs so so sad to hear about the death of senator. Mike enzi a republican from wyoming.

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US Home Prices Surge 17% in May, Fastest in 17 Years

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 5 hrs ago

US Home Prices Surge 17% in May, Fastest in 17 Years

"Home prices in the U. S. post their biggest increase in seventeen years a surging demand for housing push home prices in may up seventeen percent from a year earlier the biggest increase since August two thousand four that follows a fifteen percent increase in April the supply of homes has been limited with many Americans reluctant to put their properties on the market the hottest markets in may were Phoenix where prices surged nearly twenty six percent from twelve months earlier San Diego up almost twenty five percent in Seattle up twenty three percent from last year my camp in Washington

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Is California Overusing the Flex Alert System?

Morning Edition

01:17 min | 6 hrs ago

Is California Overusing the Flex Alert System?

"As California summers get hotter. State officials are trying to avoid putting a strain on the state's electric did and they're offering issuing flex alerts. But as KCRW's Tara a tree on reports, Californians appear to be getting tired of the heat. And the state's pleased to conserve energy. When temperatures hit the triple digits. Many things can go wrong for the state's energy grid, and that heightens the risk of rolling blackouts for consumers. In the past California was successful at convincing people to voluntarily conserve energy by complying with flex alerts. Consumers are often asked to do things for a short period of time, like keeping the thermostat above 78 degrees, turning off unnecessary lights and holding off on using big appliances for a couple of hours, But there's a growing sense that the state is over using the Flex alert system. The tool was used just around 20 times between 2000 and nine and 2019. But so far this year, the state has already issued flex alerts five times and, according to Politico, Californians are already showing signs of fatigue. Demand for electricity didn't drop at all on July 9th or 10th. Despite to flex alerts, it did dip a little on the 12th when temperatures were slightly cooler. And that bodes poorly for future heatwaves. Experts safe Californians are unable to conserve energy. Higher electricity

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Heather Locklear Makes TV Return With New Lifetime Biopic

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:44 sec | 8 hrs ago

Heather Locklear Makes TV Return With New Lifetime Biopic

"Is making a return for a lifetime movie executive produced by Megan McCain. Heather Locklear is back in action in Lifetime's new original movie. Don't Sweat the small stuff that Christine Carlson's story with Meghan McCain executive producing This is the first project McCain revealed since she announced she was leaving the view at the end of the month. The film will tell the story of Carlson, who is co author of the bestselling book series. Don't Sweat the small stuff with her husband, Dr Richard Carlson. Who finds her world crumbling around her when her husband unexpectedly dies. Faced with unending grief, Christine finds her voice and strength to navigate and rebuild her family in the midst of her loss. The biopic will be filmed in Nashville and premier later this year.

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Transforming From a Service Company to a Product Company

The Schmidt List

01:57 min | 9 hrs ago

Transforming From a Service Company to a Product Company

"Tell me how did you get into technology. Did you trip and fall into it. Like the rest of us Was it the plan always from we child to grow up in build a service and product company someday. Cute story is that my mom takes credit for. She was computer science graduate student at the university of minnesota and we had an old. Ibm tandy. at all. I learn basic there and hung out computer. Labs water for lab mates tommy c. video games. I was a kid. So i just tool around like a guy who is pretending not to be a nerd. Almost building computers and writing. Nothing serious. i didn't ever really grow into a software engineering role primarily. It was mostly still just tooling around with friends. But that's where i got the connections that allowed me to start the company first place okay. So that was a. I've seen it with agencies before that there some are purposefully created in some you you back value back into because you build up a network declined lists and you just you see the demand you need to fill demand where other people are more like okay. We're gonna this is what we're going to do. This is the plan. This is all the things which waited for us we were. We set out to build a product. Miho founder was one of the first engineers on google plus projects and his roommate was the ceo of mixed at all and so he had a very strong desire for building a product company. And very little to no desire for building consulting firm and so just took a lot longer. There's a piece of paper that i keep floating around where viable business plan. That was like custom software agency. Learn a half years and of course it took four and a half years to do all the work that we needed to do to get to where we are and to get to the point where we could switch into product but that was the plan from the

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What Is an Unexpected Calling

The Call with Nancy Sabato

02:10 min | 9 hrs ago

What Is an Unexpected Calling

"Sewer back with melanie red. And she's talking about her calling. And you're calling and what you're doing and melanie you've had a calling on your life in many different ministries and just recently. You've become a health coach with your husband randy. Let's talk about that okay. Well i'll tell you this. Nancy people ask me. How will i tell them. I just get up every morning. I henry black abbey who wrote experiencing god. He said he gets up every day and he says god. What are we doing today. And he wants to live on mission in an adventure with god and so. That's kind of how we see our labs is we're just everyday is an adventure with him. This time. Last year my husband was having some heart issues and he had to have three cents put in his heart. Doctor said if he does not lose weight. I'm going to be cracking him. Open and it scared us and so we started this health journey where we said we gotta lose weight. We've live differently. Not just change a little bit or changed for a couple of months. We need to change our laps and so we went on an adventure. And we've lost together. He's lost about fifty pounds. I lost over thirty and We just changed the way we live. We eat to live. we don't live to eight. We're more active. We feel better. Were taking better care of ourselves because we feel like we wanna live are however many more years god gives us healthy and feeling good and not in a doctor's office is so that's kind of how that came about and then other people started saying what are you doing and so. It's been a lot of fun nancy. Because i didn't set out to do it but we've been able to help over fifty people start to lose weight and feel better so that's really great. That's fine but we were just kind of doing arab thing living life and got added this to our plate. Yeah it's like it's his own ministry you know and that's an even though you start out with what you think you're supposed to be doing. You may end up. God may end up putting you in so many different ways using you in so many different ways right to say i tell my kids that my kids are in their twenties and they're kind of figuring out their futures in their careers i saw. I think it was. Gary banner check said the other day. You don't have to decide what you're doing for the rest of your life. You just have to decide what to do tomorrow.

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Co-Founders of Hivemind CRM Discuss The Future of Marketing and Lead Generation

REI Branded podcast

01:47 min | 11 hrs ago

Co-Founders of Hivemind CRM Discuss The Future of Marketing and Lead Generation

"Anthony you you've been in lead generation for fifteen years How do you see. Have you seen things kind of progressed. And what are the advantages. Now of technology brings you didn't see perhaps fifteen years ago. I think now more than anything is i mean. Think generation in marketing has been the same right whether that's on facebook or google. Any of the the big ones continues to be the same. The cost is going up as a market becomes more saturated so This thing in five or ten years. It's going to be more competitive. Ads are going to be more expensive to run a group on facebook right so with that being said we had to think of a way so that you know in twenty years maybe your marketing costs might not be might be efficient to run these types of ads anymore. How can we make something like this. Eternal with. i've heard these gurus right on these clubhouse in these other types of apps where they get on they'll say hey you know. My marketing budget is a hundred thousand dollars a month or two hundred thousand dollars a month for marketing for them to be able to sustain the real estate company with a hive. Mind of the bigger. Your team gets right because you affiliate program where you add people. Crm and we pay you monthly for it so the big team that you get a and you teach them to do exactly what we're doing and we can teach them as well. Your marketing costs actually go down day by day. So right now i mean. I'm about ready to turn all of my marketing efforts for my own personal self. Just run ads for my team members. Now so not only is my marketing cost plummeting. It's going down to zero. So now i'll be doing jamie deals. Fifty fifty deals with more and more people as time goes on so the more deals that i'm doing. A marketing costs are not going up. They've actually flatlined two zero. So that's kind of where we're headed From where we were to where we're headed now. So without the hive mind just more expensive to do marketing.

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Inflation, Bitcoin, and Monetary Policy With Lyn Alden

The Pomp Podcast

02:19 min | 11 hrs ago

Inflation, Bitcoin, and Monetary Policy With Lyn Alden

"Lynn thank you so much for doing this. Hey thanks for having me absolutely. Let's maybe start with for those that don't know you maybe give a quick thirty seconds on just what you spend all day doing and then kind of your perspective with the research service that you've got which i think is absolutely fantastic and high suggest people go subscribe to but how do you kind of think of your day to day role and what you spend your time focused on mostly research so my background is initially an engineering and i went into engineering management kind of blended into finance and then now i i work fulltime. Doing investment research as independent analysts as most of my time is research books on individual companies as well as physically major sectors and overall what's happening in the macro space so inflation policy that sort of thing got it and so when you look where we are today it feels like the fed is the most important person in the market and kind of their monetary policy decisions. Some of the fiscal policy decisions that are being made as well. How do you kind of create a framework to evaluate what's happening and what the impact of that will be in the future. Is there a specific framework that you use. The closest thing after a framework is the concept of the long-term debt cycle popularized by radio. And so. that's the idea that you know we go through these five. Ten year business cycles With with rising debt. And you have a recession and then you you go into next cycle but if you string a bunch of those together we actually seen is that. Each cycle doesn't reset to the previous one in terms of debt or industry. Since what you get it's higher and higher debt as a percent of gdp over time and you get lower lower interest rates and that that that happens for decades until industry rates run into roughly zero or some cases mildly negative and so they run out of that policy. Ruin up to pull in other types of tools and so the last time we were in this type of virement in most countries was actually back in the nineteen forties. And so you know. We have a lot of analog to that time obviously with different technology at things like that. So that's that's actually my main probably a model framework But then you know more more tactically. I'm just kind of looking at. What are the bottlenecks in the system. policymakers to do something. and so. because we're at the end of a long term death cycle. We're in a very macro heavy environment. And some of things that people expect the past say thirty four years are behaving very differently this environment that that's how i approach

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"Listen to Your Gut, and Dr. Marvin Singh"

Texas Titans Podcast

01:32 min | 11 hrs ago

"Listen to Your Gut, and Dr. Marvin Singh"

"Good morning sir. How are you in morning. How's it going. It's going well. And i gotta tell you i feel so honored and privileged to have you on the show today and thank you for your willingness out on the west coast to get up at such an early hour. I i'm a. I'm a morning guy myself and so to have a have a fellow traveler. Who's willing to do this sort of thing this early. I really appreciate it. No problem the pleasures online. Okay so let's just dive in really quickly. Obviously i will give a full bio in the show notes as well as the intro to the show. Which is quite extensive with you what i would like you to do though just to kind of kick things off for the audience let them know how your practice works because you do have somewhat of a multifaceted practice which i think is really cool. I wanna talk a little bit about that. So just tell people who you are. What your practices like any kind of. Wow you've taken this total wellness approach to medicine that you have. Yeah well I am an integrative gastroenterologist. Which means i have been a board certified in internal medicine gastroenterology and integrative medicine. I did a formal two year training program Under andrew weil at the andrew wile center for integrative medicine and all of these. You know background Education programs education programs. I went through kind of helped me become who i am today You

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Tokyo Hits Record 2,848 Virus Cases Days After Games Begin

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 12 hrs ago

Tokyo Hits Record 2,848 Virus Cases Days After Games Begin

"Tokyo has reported its highest daily number of new coronavirus infections just days off to the Olympics began the Japanese capital counts two thousand eight hundred forty eight you could nineteen cases exceeding the earlier record of two thousand five hundred twenty cases from January seventh he brings Tokyo's total to more than two hundred thousand since the pandemic began last year Tokyo's under its fourth state of emergency that will last through the Olympics and into the Paralympics next month experts have warned the more contagious delta variant could cause a surge during the games which started last Friday I'm Charles de Ledesma

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Social Justice for Young Learners

The Teachers Impact

02:05 min | 12 hrs ago

Social Justice for Young Learners

"I shall be. I'm so happy you're here on the podcast today. I'm so happy that you've reached out so we can learn a little bit more about you. Know your thoughts on social justice and a little bit about your company and Some practical tapes that you might have for teachers so if you wanna just go ahead and introduce yourself to us please. Absolutely i'm so excited to be here and chat with you. Talk about all things social justice and education. My name is shelby kratz. I am the founder of little justice leaders subscription box that helps educators integrate social justice into their curriculum with kids And i'm also phd candidate at ucla Working on my degree in education And i've spent about a decade now working and various roles in education so i really You know love working with teachers. And i'm excited to talk about social justice education today. Wonderful wonderful so you have a very varied background in education very yes. So what experiences made you believe in social justice and social justice teaching. And what made you want to start your company like what were some of the things the catalyst for that. Yeah absolutely so Around the time of the two thousand sixteen election I was spending a lot of times in schools working on my research. And i had just been working In the school for a few years before that so i was hearing a lot from teachers and parents that they didn't quite know how to talk to other students to their kids about what was going on in the media and the news at that time it was a lot of xenophobia. A lot of racism. Sexism sajjan coming up in the in the news all over the media and you know these parents and teachers were just like. I have no idea how to purchase with you know. Let's say kindergartner. Or a third grader. and so a lot of what i heard was okay so i'm just not going to talk about it at all

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What The Heck is Being Death Positive?

Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

04:21 min | 13 hrs ago

What The Heck is Being Death Positive?

"So what exactly is death positivity? You know, death positivity is not too different from dead body positivity or, you know, even sex positivity right. Where if you understand that there's all kinds of different approaches that, you know, it's, it's kind of accepting. Hey, death is a natural part of our Lives, which we all know instinctively, we know that logically. But when I when you start thinking about that, there's also that fear that comes along with it for many of us. And and so it's just starting to understand, okay, well if we look at death and it's just natural part of life, what it really does is it. Is us up to live our lives more fully while we're here. Sounds good. Yeah. After after birth last year we've all lived through a little more than a year. I think we need as much fullness as we can achieve and and I need a little more body positivity in my life, too. I'm not going to last name. I went on a huge weight loss. Journey, more years ago than I can remember. Now, I think it's been a decade now, holy Toledo, she's time flies. And that's that's amazing experience. When you lose a ton of weight cuz what's in your mind, isn't what you're seeing in the mirror and then you have experiences that reinforce that the mirror is correct, if your brain is wrong, and that's, that's just really fascinating. So, I learned a long time ago, I think having been over a hundred pounds overweight, is that our bodies are really pretty fascinating thousand souls for lack of a better term, you know, especially for some of us, you know, we've created an entire life. You know, we've created beautiful things to give to the world or maybe not only beautiful. But maybe technology, that's kept us together in the last, you know, year and 1/2. It's it's that's the way I try to look at. It's like, okay. I physically I might not look like swimsuit model but that's yep. I'm only five foot two. I'm not going to be a swimsuit model, no matter how much I try to change the shape of my body. Yeah. Well and, and I think the whole idea behind body positivity is helping your brain. Understand that you are beautiful in the shape that you are and go live your life, right? And so when we translate that to death positivity, similarly it's hey yes we are all going to die someday and that's okay. And again freeing us up to really live our own lives to the fullest There's seems to be a cultural belief that death is somehow a failure, which is really, you know, it's like I don't know if that's a Reliance on a medical profession or not really sure how we got to fighting death at all costs. Even when you've got somebody, who's not able to live life fully and not be able, you know, somebody with alzheimer's or somebody, that's got end-stage cancer, whatever awfulness, sometimes happens to people and I, I always lived, well, I still live my life, but when, my mom was still around, I did everything I could to give her as much quality and fullness as possible. And I kept telling myself, I will not do anything that extends, this, this dying process of Alzheimer's, and I didn't. And I told my husband and my daughter, if, if the situation arose like, I'd always thought She got pneumonia, I would call Hospice. I said you, you too might have to stand on either side of me and hold me up while we go KO hospice or whatever. Like, do not let me back down because I knew my mom would hate the way she was living and she would, she was terrified of getting Alzheimer's and she did so it's you know, I it's a difficult balance to know off or we just giving up or we accepting that. We all none of us gets out of this life alive, which many listeners have heard me. Say it's what my maternal grandfather always

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Dating Coach, Damona Hoffman on Online Dating & Finding Love

With Whit

02:38 min | 14 hrs ago

Dating Coach, Damona Hoffman on Online Dating & Finding Love

"Online dating provides you an opportunity to access a wide pool of dating of daters and to screen through people. Before you get to the date. Now of course with that comes a bunch of challenges. Which i'm sure your your listeners have written about but the us with more with more opportunity comes more difficulty with making all the decisions and falling through all the steps that you need to to get to love so totally titled that if it's so like in going through this whole experience and being in this industry for so long. What is the best dating advice. You feel like you ever received you pass along or what do you feel. Even if you didn't receive it. Something that you feel is is the best dating advice that you have. The best dating advice is really to be authentic. I think what we say is the worst dating advice that i received. Was you know you have to dress a certain way. You have to look a certain way to be attractive. And i really fell into that line of thinking of you know. The standard of beauty is one way. And and you know all admit like i spent a lot of years feeling unattractive feeling rushed rated like going out to bars and like all. My friends are getting for their numbers. And i'm like what's going on and now lies when i started online dating. There were a lot of men that were interested in me that were suitable partners from me but they weren't necessarily the same guys that i would be meeting in bar so people like to say. Oh i don't want. I don't want only dating to be my story. I don't i don't like online dating. And they like to cut out in one entire method of meeting people. But it's like. I didn't stop going to bars and parties because i had met my match there and saying like oh i hate mars parties because There are there are no guys who like me i will. Yeah and in my dating dating pool. I think it's important to realize that the world is a large place and there's so many interesting wonderful people that don't happen to be in our backyard. That aren't at our corner bar aren't at the place aren't at the places we go to all the time where we're exposed to meeting new people and so the obviously we live in a time where we have modern technology and we should use it to our advantage in order to meet the person that is like the. I wouldn't say perfect for us. Because i do think that we do have a lot of soul mates out. There agree

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No More Ransom Saves Almost €1 Billion in Ransomware Payments in 5 Years

Cyber Security Headlines

01:51 min | 14 hrs ago

No More Ransom Saves Almost €1 Billion in Ransomware Payments in 5 Years

"No more ransom project. Five years in the project was launched in two thousand sixteen as a public private partnership between european law enforcement and security industry leaders mcafee and kaspersky five years into the project now boast one hundred seventy members and claims to have helped six million ransomware victims saving over one billion euros in ransom payments. The project currently offers one hundred and twenty-one free tools able to decrypt one hundred and fifty one ransomware families with a crypto. Sheriff tool that attempts to match uploaded encrypted files to match descriptors. Google cloud commits to api's whether consumer products or commercial api's google has obtained a reputation for abruptly killing services to combat. This image as an enterprise vendor. The company announced. It will now designate a subset of. Api's across the company as google enterprise. Api's which will be subject to strict guidelines about how any change to them would impact consumer software built around them. This will include api's from google workplace. Google maps and a majority of google cloud according to google cloud. Vp kripa christian. The program is built on the principle that no feature may be removed or changed in a way that is backwards incompatible for as long as customers are actively using it. What's app. Ceo details twenty nineteen pegasus spyware attack. Ceo will cathcart said that the recently disclosed list of phone numbers allegedly targeted for spyware by nso. Group clients mirrored a similar incident. Whatsapp defended against in twenty nineteen back. Then the platform found pegasus. Spyware used to target fourteen hundred. What's app users including senior government officials journalists and human rights activists over a two week period. What's that brought a lawsuit against. Nso group in two thousand nineteen four the attack. That is still ongoing. The underlying facts in the case are not in dispute rather if nso or its sovereign customers are to blame for the use of its spyware

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Amazon Announce APL Widgets

Voice in Canada

01:13 min | 14 hrs ago

Amazon Announce APL Widgets

"Keeping with some of the highlights from Amazon, a l e x, a live last week, I want to bring your attention a couple of the other features and will be doing this over the next week or so some of the interesting features. So this is something that we're going to be seeing more and more of going forward and this refers to a PL, widgets m, a p l stands for the like c a l e x, a present, a presentation language and what these widgets are. They are available to customers later on this year and it's a way for us customers or consumers to interact with content from the home screen of the echo devices. Obviously with screens so that means that we will be able to visit a widget gallery to find an ad widget to the favorites panel, on the home screen. And as of now, with developers can start to build these features into their skills wage So, look for that. It's going to be a great way. I think for us as consumers to discover other features about skills and other levels of functionality, that can be brought to the devices wage through the developers. So that's the APO widgets and that is something that Amazon just announced. I'm excited to see where this goes.

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Our Kids Are Still Dealing With the Traumas of COVID

Zen Parenting Radio

02:15 min | 15 hrs ago

Our Kids Are Still Dealing With the Traumas of COVID

"I kind of feel like. We're looking at this the wrong way in that. We need to focus on our children's mental wellness right now and not expect them to get back to where we were in two thousand nineteen and that in no way am. I saying we shouldn't focus on school and education. Of course we should but we need to get our priorities. Reorganized and our kids are still dealing still with the traumas of cova. It's not gone. Everybody like i was just telling out. I was listening to a podcast this morning about you know the unvaccinated and the delta variant and everything and this is still a thing us that Chicago public schools are requiring masks. Right and that. We may need to wear masks again in even outside functions and my point is is. It's not to say whether that's good bad right wrong. It's that we want our kids to like push past all of this and we're still in a ray area and why that me why that relates to this article and our kids being lonely as they still don't know how much to invest in going back to school. Will i have to go back online. Sport will get canceled again. We'll this travel team really workout or is it not going to work out. Should i even attempt to go lollapalooza or is it going to get cancelled like and are my friends. Still my friends. I haven't really spent any time with them because of cova d- You know our who's you know. They may tell you. Like john says in this article that oh yeah. I'm snap chatting with friends or i'm connecting with friends. But are they really. Yeah i was going to say. I think that most kids including some you know we have. Three daughters are rebuilding relationships with their friends. You know think about it. Any relationship of You know i travel for work. And i'm gone a few days. We have to re connect right. Covert was basically a year. Where you didn't see your friend cracked like real time in person with your friends. So it's i think as an adult where like. Oh yeah just go just jump back in where you left off right and it doesn't work that way.

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"years" Discussed on The Vineyard Years Podcast

The Vineyard Years Podcast

04:51 min | Last week

"years" Discussed on The Vineyard Years Podcast

"That goes makes. It reminded me of an idea. I had a while ago about how wine is made in turkey and georgia. I think it was on the other way. Round the observer reviewed what they call orange wines reviewed the end product very favorably. Assuming you like a taste of origin. Your wine set me thinking if our wine. If and when made a little thin lacking in fruit than we might legitimately are different kinds of i wrote down at the time orange pips spice cherries notes. Pez in this way. I would be distinctive. I do realize that the would distinctive can mean many things good and bad but still it was an idea and he came back to me after the first period of thinking. Should we wasted our time be creative. I thought i even thought about making the one in amphorae buried in the ground. As i remember they did enjoy. You visited there until i looked at the price and also contemplated how big the vessel laws and how small our amount of grape juice. So maybe not this finally and again trying for the good news front. I started checking on the internet from local. That is what was the lowest sugar level. They would recommend picking rondo again reasonably encouraging the figure of seventeen on the brick scale was mentioned and this is significantly below the twenty four point five to be exact suggested by a us. Jim not that far off the figure of nearly fifteen some of aggravates registering and we had another three or four weeks if the weather stayed good before we needed to pick them so far now. Nearly the end of september the weather even up at the top end of nitto has been kind to us a relative term. You understand on the less good front. We have hens and chickens. If you were thinking as a non buying grow you might say oh. That's an ice. He's taking up keeping livestock because he's grapes on growing. If you are fine row you will know that. I'm talking about great variability in size and rhyming. The grades i big ones. Little ones in abundance does not help picking on the winemaking process toll. It's not impossible but it probably does me picking out all the on rhyme small graves before trying to make wine with what's left so that's not great but hopefully not insuperable if that his word the other thing we've done this month is to get the soil analyzed again at fourteen pounds of sample and sake samples. This is not something to be undertaken. Likely i decided to do it. Because some of the leaves were showing some classic signs of mineral deficiency. We doing okay. On the potassium phosphorus and magnesium front but there are important elements work here again more reading on the internet about what might be happening and sites talking about the problem with the carbon nitrogen bonds back to our first comprehensive soil analysis to read about the need for boron and zinc application saw quite anxiety provoking and is probably not the right time of year to be applying any additional chemicals easy to put on the backburner until next year. Assuming there isn't actually so there. We have it. September progress report about bits. You'll never make any wine quite a bit by bit and your soil needs treating and the good bit says well while we're keeping on with the dream we have three or four weeks for the weather to remain good and our grapes to ripen at hence for us to make some wine of some sort retirement so many opportunities to trusting the vineyard written and recorded by peter galvin produced and edited by w.

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The Vineyard Years Podcast

03:43 min | Last week

"years" Discussed on The Vineyard Years Podcast

"Jumped eighteen september. Two thousand and fourteen as charles dickens wrote. It was the best of times. It was the worst of times sums of this month quite well. Although perhaps the best of times was bit underplayed. Let me start with bits. And see if i can end on a positive note. Visit a couple of weeks ago from an osce. A knowledgeable man already mentioned with his own vineyard in western australia. He told us he makes four thousand liters a year just above hobby status. He suggested but to it was quite impressive as he is when he talks about the winemaking process he undoubtedly knows his stuff which is why what he had to say about. Our video was really quite depressing in a nutshell. He looked at alvin yard. Says you want to make wine than by some grapes. Because you're not going to get across of any so from what you've got here. We were quite devastated while we knew what we were doing. A risky business. Not business dole. Just a hobby. Nevertheless we had hoped that grapes. We had on our rondo. Vons we do have a fair number. Would right in the next four weeks when we could at least have a go at making your own wine which meant the bits and bobs equipment. We have been buying the last couple of months. Crooked east emma fermenting booklets press refractory to high-drama to not to mention the winery shed star of last month's blog et cetera. Actor would be money well spent but here we were feeling the whole thing had been a complete waste of time effort and money a very odd moment it left me disinclined to buy any further equipment like demi johnson buffalo's. I suppose what was clear. Was the good news in a perverse. Oh to hawaii nothing to be done on. We could only go on maybe onwards down. What's on woods nonetheless. There's no turning bike and that is what we have done in the last couple of weeks. Since obviously since left the first thing i did was take a measure of what level of sugar we had inaugurated choosing the aforementioned refractory to this was my first time of using this piece of equipment and it was some relief to get a reading of any sort mentally some way below the ideal. Well a long way below the figure my trillion showman suggested we needed twenty four on the brick scale. We had twelve point five so not go but as i say at least you're on the blasted scale. I also started googling what to do with unripe. Grapes make vinegar was a common suggestion. French court as you vege- use green juice. Not what we wanted. I don't agree. But something. At least and i specifically asked google whether it was possible to make wine from unripe grapes tentative very tentative yes by following a recipe for making gooseberries wine so again a ray of hope when we look this up. It didn't seem particularly complicated. It suggested adding a few gripes..

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"years" Discussed on The Vineyard Years Podcast

The Vineyard Years Podcast

07:01 min | Last month

"years" Discussed on The Vineyard Years Podcast

"Sixty. We really do grapes new july. Two thousand fourteen so on my ongoing vine related retirement adventures. The first thing to say right up front. I've been talking rubbish while this might come as no surprise to you. It has to me simply. Because i was absolutely convinced that this was our third year of the vignon. And i've been telling everybody yes. This is our third year so we might get some grapes this year. It turns out that this is only our second year even writing it now. I don't believe it. So firmly fixed in my head was the idea that we're into our third year and has taken mississippi houses record of the vineyard early days and then confirmation in my own daughter diaries to give indisputable proof that what cima half still it was in fact true yes. I thought that was three years at gumbo very quickly but to be honest the whole of fill phil ignace so. This was no guide. I was going to ride this july blog about fight that we had finally had what seemed to be grapes. I got distracted by three two year debate but now back to the original theme after a few false starts with us thinking. The buds were grapes. I think whisper that we do now have actual gripes small but beautifully formed. These are the rondo vines. The technically minded. I think our last year that we had sixteen grapes and all in the tubes but this year the second year of the vignon. We've got lots to any account. My euphoria and i don't think that is too strong. A word in the context was only slightly down but when we discovered that some grapes while hiding in the tubes admittedly in the most exposed rover the vines. These gripes will consider bigger huge in fight. Compared with those out of the tubes. He'll have to take my word for it so often the case with life my emotions were mixed on one hand. These grapes demonstrated to me. At least we have healthy plants capable of producing good gripes on the other hand on less good such grapes only materialize if the grape stay in the tube in some ways it feels no better than growing up vines in poly tunnels the only achievement here would be keeping such tunnels from disappearing down the dale transported by strong winds. I have mentioned the wind. I think these grapes had tanked one look and decided thanks. We'll just stay here. It's nice and cozy so yes mixed feelings. Finally let me tell you about my winery. In my long term plan for the venue when i began to realize we might actually have some gripes. Tonight one with. I started to think about suitable winery buildings. You can't make a world class wine in your garden. Shed you'll be pleased to know that high of put in motion. Such friends have a winery. I have chosen my reasonably priced building a mass historian itself. It costs seven hundred and forty seven pounds whereas for a short period of madness. I was contemplating paying five. Thousand lots of money for venture still with. I calculate only a fifty fifty chance of success. It all happened fifty thousand version because lofthouse with vinny awed is located is very small village and people in the village know what other people in the village are up to so when one of my neighbors down in the valley built himself a handsome shirt. I wanted to my other neighbor. You also been the venue where he had got it from. Hearing i was interested in his shed remind this job calls me up and tells me he built it himself from timber from the local grindley mill. I thought was great until he told me that. The timber alone had cost him. Four thousand pounds this without his labor. Although i would not require a shed morehouse extension. Really this big. I could see with him building it for me which he offered to do. Even with my help figure approaching five thousand pounds for a short moment. I was tempted. It was a very fine shed but then commonsense to cold. I still might have no grapes suitable to make wine with so having a bloody big shot not to wine who seem a little extravagant hence my shed off the lot woodland's timber. I went to view it on the lot. Is it my imagination. Or was this won't cleaning or is that me and the good news is that i asked my neighbor to clear a space to put down concrete base ready for my shed which i will order as soon as my neighbor tells me the basis ready. He has a digger. He's a good man to know. I still feel a little foolish if we don't get any gripes but hey nothing ventured etc as my neighbor with the big shot said. Sometimes you have to take a gamble. Retirement seems like a perfect time to take a gamble not is time doing. please keep on growing. Thank you for listening to this episode of the vineyard years. If you enjoyed this one there are plenty dekum on this podcast and of course you can read every episode on my blog. The half. she is all. If you'd like ole seventy in the same place does might e book and paperback available from and titled. You've guessed it. The vineyard is the vignon written and recorded by pete galvin produced by the house. She is available on all good. Cast director apple stitcher..

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"years" Discussed on The Vineyard Years Podcast

The Vineyard Years Podcast

06:06 min | 3 months ago

"years" Discussed on The Vineyard Years Podcast

"Chatree left the should february two thousand and fourteen. I suppose it. Say something about our ambitions for our vineyard. When i tell you that the only building to the vineyard concept so far is shared. This was last winter. This is not in any way to denigrate. My shed hinted that elsewhere person these shadow something similar either virtual or actual in my case mind is admittedly a rather flimsy shed. Tony costs three hundred pounds. Not like some house of the title which is a solid thing showed look nice and pert on the lot. The same house. Rest snugly in the back garden protected and safe online the shed not only. Is it a bit on the light. So but being in the vineyard on as you will know from previous vineyard blogs is todd exposed in the blog. That was a photograph of what the sheds luke like when i placed on the land. I love mississippi. He painfully skills to protect the shed against elements. Little it it now when it left being q. what a life. It was heading for probably thought he was going to be. Somebody's potting shed maybe with a capital and mugs and a neat suburban guard with some old guy listening to radio for rum. I place my shed. The one i had always wanted. Contrary to the sensible advice of my foam a neighbor at the bottom of the vineyard. He said i needed to place it behind the bomb where it would be protected but i knew better of course. What did he know that up into detail. He only lived in foam there for forty plus years so placed the shed where i thought it looks nice where the view was best so that when i sat in my writing cabin composing great works and imagining avenue. In years ago. I would be able to stay idly out of the window without any need for explanation. So the idea is a writing. Cabin was its initial use. I mean just look you can see right down. The valley and i have a telescope for that purpose. I have bolted chair. Cut down a found table. Put one of my favorite books on that table and plan. Were to hang my maps of the world. I also bought a rod and natty kabul radio from leeds art gallery show up. I thought it very cool but not as cool as it was about to be bought. The radio i listen to radio four while wiling away the animals in my very own shed and then last winter the snow cave. The snow covered the shed way down by the snow the shad assumed a boy or trapeze him. Searching might longo knowledge of joe mature here kind of shape the perspex windows shattered the roof and part of the shad flew off. I was found in the next failed. Cozy writing cabin place to plant. Vineyards strategies did not look so flash. I felt a little foolish. Ask him asking my neighbor if he would reconstruct my potential winemaking in house but my neighbor kindly did reconstructed in the rest of the venue. The plastic tubes very in the parents so just sticking out of the snow and some sticking out a tool but where the snow had drifted completely. Buried them still live. Incidentally as i've said all this happened about this time last we had a couple of worrying months. Oh wondering what is late. Blizzard might have done to our vines. This winter was at the end. Of every i some very wet one. You'll recall so they haven't had the best out. There is book on. We go which is a bit more than the radio did. It was buried under several feet of snow in the wreckage. Shed what had seemed like a cool thing to put in the shed ten national road foolish a more than a little misshapen. I tried to open it out of it restore it to its original pristine condition. It doesn't look too bad when photographed can tell you. I was pretty chastened. Lives a bit crackly. But then he always was bit on the fragile side. Sound wise even when unblemished by several feet of snow. So we've given it a more. Domesticated homework can be more like the radio. It wanted to be like the neon itself. The radio does live on. We await the coming of a second spring to see how many of our vines have survived. The things you do in retirement. Thank you for listening to this episode of the lake. venue ideas. If you enjoyed this one there plenty more to come on this podcast and of course you can read every episode a my blog. The semi house is all. If you'd like old seventy in the same place does my e book and paperback available from.

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"years" Discussed on The Vineyard Years Podcast

The Vineyard Years Podcast

02:45 min | 4 months ago

"years" Discussed on The Vineyard Years Podcast

"We miss them yet. Yesterday morning. i could cheerfully strangle them now. They said overnight. Stay said before while said it again. This retirement business thrown wyche his. Just some predictable. Finally by way of another digression. I had one conversation with a female female. A i shall coa about in. What's his name. The bardo barnsley. Who writes a column in the saturday. Yoshua post since i've started blogging on a regular basis. I have grown to admire those radio columnists who pretty some kind of story every week. I quite liked ends column on the rare occasions. We by the ocean pose but mike companion did not being the bottom bones. Likud no is with her. Never tells you anything. She said he meets. Somebody in shop never tells you anymore about now normally conversational this would be simply light chatting. But in this case aramark reminded me of my own modest writing efforts admittedly. I don't expect to receive money from efforts but there is no doubt that so many of my books definitely flimsy. I fully admit that this was in my mind. The evening with my new colleagues would produce for me abroad in my vineyard series blocked. Hannity's would be flimsy judge for yourself incidentally and definitely finally. I have not put names to this report. Not because i intend to anything unpleasant about my colleagues but just because it gives me more license to embellish the events of the night we writers need to be able to embellish as it turns out. I haven't needed to thank you for listening to this episode of the vineyard years. If you enjoyed this one plenty more to come on this podcast and of course you can read every episode online blog. The somehow she is or if you'd like old seventy in the same place. There's my e-p-o-c-h in paperback available from amazon entitled. You've guessed it. The vineyard the vineyard is written and recorded on peter galvin produced an edited by p w summer house. She is production available. On all good podcast directories apple google stitcher and blueberry..

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"years" Discussed on The Vineyard Years Podcast

The Vineyard Years Podcast

08:10 min | 4 months ago

"years" Discussed on The Vineyard Years Podcast

"Vineyard. Welcome to the year. Two thousand and fourteen curate's egg. It was good in thoughts but mostly it was just challenging. It started with us. Buying and planting more vines on then continued with us. Buying and planting two hundred willows as wind breaks media we erect to the second shed on optimistically named it our winery. We follow this up with some equipment to go in it. Croatia de stem a great press. Which was my favorite bit of kit. Made me feel like a real pro. Probably about the only time that i did. And the grip la. You'll have to look Says we get grapes raw. The birds eight eight two percent of them boo this like to at first attempt at blending we what was left interesting but not wildly successful. We finish the year with learning how to prune so yes a year uh definitely had its ups and down but it did at least give us unofficial mission statement which was from adversity kim's quality. While we have not chapter ten a night at the hotel but no opera january two thousand fourteen. You might say this was an historic meeting. The first one was time anyway. A powerful force of yorkshire fitness gathered together to plan our strategy for will domination mel. Not quite in a number of ways. The first problem was me. The thing is that there is a part of my soul. That does believe i do not believe i am not a believer. I do not in my heart of hearts believe that we will ever get grapes. Ever make our own wine which is kind of okay we always. Oh the project has experimental that it makes meeting with yorkshire vincent colleague slightly oakwood a bit of another experience in fact allies of changed in the last few months retirement. Dogs though the things that we fail were on shifting sounds and it seems to me a very fine line between shifting sands in quicksand and i do. I like this one only adds to the feeling of. We're not in kansas anymore. Toto but also as i've written before in these vigna blogs i feel a fraud all of us except one of us if i may use that. Ona have much bigger acreage than we do. Making wine or at least seem to have a fair prospect to doing so. Well i'd say nice but my room didn't have sky sports. Even though that ubiquitous item the guess directory said we did. Apparently you only got it in a superior room. But i digress. So he we were on a sunday evening. Ten of us all united under the common heading of vine grows so much was discussed still though none of it related to vignettes as one colleague. Put it. you'd think we didn't like vignon. It's any inclination to discuss. Yorkshire vignon strategy was negligible. The thing is this is the second issue we're over a different big and small vignettes ten thousand to two hundred long established at least in uk terms to very recently planted professional hard-nosed business people to amateurs lycos will have quite different talkie patients with. Oh there is a strong theme of self employed business people my good self excluded that is probably more divided by differences than united by any common interests. This would explain why the compensation range to cross topics as varied as gulf holidays. Blogging teaching willow growing psychology management starts dogs and so forth. There is abundant support. These people would have helped us but you need to chore it. Predictably on this strange evening wine was drummed but other than an argentinian malbak now the winds were acclaimed american mellow the chew valley bala cello or rubbished much. Black sheep was drunk are in yorkshire after all the ball. Bill as you would expect was law much about two hundred and fifty pounds. Calculate the evening ended at least as far as we were concerned with activity. That might broadly. Be described. As luke i watched was like an ongoing seen from some surrealist film and titled endless night till end this pain or endless balls will some such some bowls very few pocketed but when they were they were not the killer or in the right bucket. Awful the team. You might have predicted the balls. Were confusing combination of poland. Snuggles that were to pink in two yellows but one of them is red. It was explained which run i asked. Doubt defends came. This won't slid reply tips. Missing from cues choosing was wri gamesmanship was a given. Both were moved into more or less for tourists positions depending on who is doing. The moving by language flowed seamlessly from the lips of the pliers. Fortunately the only witness to the scene of indescribable mayhem with me. And i stayed only to be able to compile this revolt after half an hour of this chaos. I left and headed for the same trick of the room. Skysports out we surprisingly met at breakfast and the tool. Turn to the meeting we would meet at yorkshire harm. That's fine. The topic would be pruning very sensible. Is it needs doing now. I must admit being somewhat taken aback by the day to the next week next sunday. Bloody how anyone would think we li- teacher we do. Of course and as i say pruning needs to happen very soon hence the immediate of the meeting. One of the thing about this rather bizarre thing. It would be remiss of me not to mention that. This was the first night away from the pope's since we got them late. September has looked would have it. I had left them feeling extremely cross with them because of their behavior in the park. That morning design worked. Well because it meant. I didn't have any qualms about leaving them. In fact i felt they deserve to be left now not left on their own. Of course number one soon is looking after them. So this morning there have been no wild leaping and voting on the bed as the dogs. While i try to drink my tea now attendant fascination when i blow my nose not tiptoeing around. When they're asleep on the bed you might say avoid allies yes..

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"years" Discussed on The Vineyard Years Podcast

The Vineyard Years Podcast

05:21 min | 5 months ago

"years" Discussed on The Vineyard Years Podcast

"Predictably on this strange evening wine with room but other than an argentinian mullebeck now. The winds were acclaimed american. Mellow the chew valley volley cello or rubbished much. Black sheep was drunk when yorkshire after all the ball. Bill as you would expect was large about two hundred and fifty pounds. I calculate the evening ended at least as far as we were concerned with an activity. That might broadly be described as super. I think i blackout participants. In the blog photo to take guilty. I watched was like an ongoing seen from samsung surrealist film titled endless. Naito end this pain or endless balls. Will some such some bowls very few pocketed but they were. Were not the killer or in the right bucket. Awful the team. You might have predicted the balls. Were confusing combination of pool and superbowls that were to pinks and two yellows but one of them is already explained which one i asked. Don't know it depends came. the somewhat slower reply. Tips were missing. from cues. cheating was wri. Gamesmanship was a given also moved into more or less fortuitous positions depending on who was moving doing the moving depending on who was doing. The moving bad language flowed seamlessly from the lips of the players. Fortunately the only witness to this scene of indescribable mayhem with me. And i stayed only to be able to compile this report after half an hour or so of this chaos. I left and headed for the site of bedroom skysports out. We surprisingly met at breakfast and the talk turned to the next meeting. We would meet at yorkshire harm. That's fine. The topic would be pruning sensible. It needs doing now. I must admit being somewhat taken aback by the data the next meeting next sunday. Bloody hell anyone think we liked each other. We do of course. And as i say pruning needs to happen very soon hence the immediate date of the meeting. One of the thing about this rather bizarre. It would be remiss of me not to mention that. This was the first night away from the pope's since we got them late. September look would have it. I had left them feeling extremely cross. I had left them feeling extremely cross with them because of their behavior in the part that morning. This work well because it meant. I didn't have any qualms about leaving them. In fact i felt like he deserved to be left now. Not left on their own of was newborn son is looking after them. So this morning there have been no wild leaping and on the bed. The dogs while i try to drink my tea now attendant fascination when blow my nose. No tiptoeing around. When they're asleep on the bed you might say there's a void in allies..

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"years" Discussed on The Vineyard Years Podcast

The Vineyard Years Podcast

04:25 min | 5 months ago

"years" Discussed on The Vineyard Years Podcast

"Chapter ten a night out the hotel but no opera january two thousand and fourteen. You might say this was an historic meaty. The first one was time anyway. A powerful force. Yorkshire vintners gathered together to plan our strategy for world domination. Quite in a number of ways. First problem was me. The thing is that there is a part of my soul. That does not believe. I do not believe i am not the believer i do not in my heart of hearts believe that we will ever get grapes or ever make our own wine which is kind of okay will always hold. The project has experimental but it makes meeting with yorkshire vietna- colleagues slightly oakwood a bit of experience. In fact lies have been so changed in the last few months retirement. Dogs the things that we feel. We're on shifting. Sounds and seems to me. It's a very fine line between shifting sands in quicksand. I do. I like this one only adds to the feeling of. We're not in kansas anymore. Toyoto but also as i've written before these win yard blogs i feel a fraud all except one of us. If i may use that pronoun. Have much bigger acreage than we do. We'll making wine or at least seem to have a fair prospect of doing all of us except one of if i may use that pro. Have much bigger acreage than we do. Making wine or at least seemed to have a fair prospect of doing so. So who would have thought we'd be spending an evening in an ice hotel as a group of actual or prospective venice. Well i say. Now i put. My room didn't have skies sports. Even though that ubiquitous term the guests directory said we did say nice. But my room didn't have sky sports even though that ubiquitous is the guest director said we did. Apparently you only got it in a superior room. But i digress here. We were on a sunday evening. Ten of us all united under the heading of vine grows so tough much was discussed although none of it related to avignon as one colleague put it. You'd think we didn't like vineyards any inclination to discuss. Yorkshire vignon strategy was negligible. The thing is this is the second issue. We're over very different. Big and small vineyards ten thousand to two hundred long established at least.

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The Experiment

05:26 min | 5 months ago

"years" Discussed on The Experiment

"I'm julie longoria this experiment. A show about our unfinished country.

"years" Discussed on The Vineyard Years Podcast

The Vineyard Years Podcast

08:04 min | 8 months ago

"years" Discussed on The Vineyard Years Podcast

"Chapter nine review of the year. Two thousand thirty in the last block of this year. I thought i would ride quick summary of this year for us and fewer bits and bobs. It's been a year off in work in half in retirement. Vignon was always designed as a retirement project. So was going well in that planning sense finish. This is vinnie blogs by referring to the wind society news. I've being a member of the wine society for about thirty is and although i spread my wine buying around for moldy majestic local wine shops accenture still by on a semi regular basis from the society. They haven't tended to sell much from english. Vineyards in the past. This is changing the front page of the december new sheet society news has the headlines two thousand and thirteen looking. Good for you cave-in yards. They feel the love. The picture of a need serene even vignon review in the downs. I'll have to say that any resemblance to avenue all these purely coincidental. The weather is predictably. The main focus of the article quote warm temperatures continued well into october. The long winter of two thousand and twelve thousand thirteen was actually a benefit to the vines as it delayed but bus unless the period we were at risk from ross said molly arabas of retrea half for when may arrived without any side of a boat. I began to fit worst. Those light on this council year little face. The article concludes only know. Two thousand and thirteen looks very promising for english wine. And we look forward to tasting the first of these when they arrive next summer and finally slightly damning with faint praise. We know the obvious has been excellent promising. Look forward to tasting suggests that the still possibility of english winters screwing the quality of the one in the winemaking process. The maybe that's just me. Just my paranoia on. That's not something ruse to worry about. Just yet we have had a good year in our own modest wi with the good weather even the dial where we are. Vines have grown. Well as i wrote earlier we have had our own harvest humble but if large oak trees grow from tiny echoes. While who knows what you'll be dead before then yep vines have grown well. We've lost a few along the way and as we brace ourselves for yet storm of the century we hope for the best on are exposed side through this coming winter in my next blog i will publish a couple of photos of the snow. We had last year on the affected On my shed. We went up to the vigna both spayed and more plastic ties. The action talks in some the show that in the woods garrison kada it doesn't sell it. You probably don't need it. I have the vague intention of levelling out. Some of the newly ploughed rafer nexias additional planting on tying mccain's but so bloody cold. We went inside litter. Read the papers. The pups were happy enough to rise around outside. When i did venture out. I went to the outside building under the bits of toddy. Somali thing to do when it's cold outside in the process of tidying-up are found hundreds and hundreds of plastic ties. The must have come with the canes. As i said before i don't remember ordering them but though they were laughing at the wasted money. We don't like wasting money and yorkshire. That i had swarmed on buying new ties when i had literally hundreds in my house as a token gesture are two of them. Just the thousand to go before retiring inside. Finally i'd like to know that my name has been cemented in the dial one of the residents foamy the other day to ask if i will be prepared to organize a wine tasting. Apparently my farmer neighbor the one who helps me. I recommend to as a wine expert to shop who wanted to organize a wine tasting evening in february when quote it's a bit miserable appear of drunk plenty of one in my time but never been regarded as an expert capable planning out wine tasting evening. It's a bit scary really. But i couldn't say no and i was secretly flattered might get the blog out of it. Couldn't pasted my email response to this request. If any our readers have any thoughts i would be delighted to say the least to receive them. My email side. We need to make it fun as well as challenging but not too difficult not for the experts. Just normal people. I suggest we have about ten rounds with the prize at the end of the best school. Perhaps the quiz could start. He's gets a bit more difficult. We can the multiple choice which is easier august straight answers so number one. We could start with a blindfold test a read a wide at rosa people. Guess which is which the time temperature so now that number two i shall deny on a southern yellow brown which is which this is fairly. Easy number three beaujolais on the sure. Is that very different so again. Easy number foale a give it strumming an unusual wine for most people. The cheap one more expensive wool which which five same great from different countries says soviet-bloc fronts unwound from new zealand. Number six account around and another red coat road usually has a peppery thais county spotted seven riesling and something else can they spalte. The petrol taste number right guests. The country wife from say australia chile france again. No nine guests. The country read from italy germany et cetera number ten and lastly a cheaper psycho on abacha sparkling wine can people tell which is which whether or work on now but the things we agree to when we retired and have all this time on. Thank you for listening to this episode the vineyard years if you enjoyed this one there plenty more to come on this podcast and of course you can read every episode online blog. The somehow his all if you'd like old seventy in the same place. There's my e book and paperback available from entitled. You've guessed it vineyard. The vineyard is written and recorded by peter galvin produced an edited by vw. Summer house years production. Available on all good podcast directories apple google stitcher and blueberry..

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"years" Discussed on The News Junkie

The News Junkie

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"years" Discussed on The News Junkie

"As your number two Sabrina, just okay, all of it from being backstage at hard rock and get into play, such a cool venue like that to hanging out with coolio where he was telling ceiling to back Washington's bottling me. Else Three sounds like. You're not being coolio right every year. That has some glorious moments from me. What was your number one? My number one was honestly just the opportunity to be here with you all. It has been some great times. My number one is the voice changer that can't Terry. And I miss it so much, but really it's been who all the listeners are incredible. We are literally doing what we love. It's not even though we have introduced songs. We get to talk crap and get to play a fart sound and. The next day, so thank you warriors thing. Your number one definitely going to a head shop with coolio. heartbeat. I live and then after when he was getting ready to do gangster's paradise. The two of you going, we'll never have this opportunity again in that asshole did not brand drummer. We paid for it. Get on stage. Let's do this. Let's take a quick break. We'll come back with our worst, and then we'll do the seven year. Cheers, everybody's piling in starting to see a lot of face and don't leave you guys. Please stay right there. Stick around, everybody. Take a shot to facebook dot com slash the news, junkie and takers shots with us, so you could find all the information there and when we come back, we'll do the seven year. Cheers don't go anywhere and jump onto that zoom meeting with all of us to get your face on the show. You Look Beautiful. Trust me do. I'll facebook dot com slash the news. Junkie will wrap it up next day there. It's the news junkie on real radio. Good. Please throw seven, nine, one, six, one one real radio, one four point one..

"years" Discussed on The News Junkie

The News Junkie

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"years" Discussed on The News Junkie

"Seven years. When we come back, so Serena's posting this now. Look for excuse me at facebook dot com slash the news junkie that is next the news junkie on real radio how. Sean. The game of magnets.

"years" Discussed on The News Junkie

The News Junkie

07:14 min | 1 year ago

"years" Discussed on The News Junkie

"CanNot believe. It's been seven years right for the current iteration of this show. where all three of us have been together and doing a billion shows and just having fun I mean good times bad times, everything in between and having an unbelievable amount of success. Thanks to you. Just to be able to do this, every single day is a pleasure. So what I thought we'd do is go through our our seven best, and maybe one worst moment of the show in these I, seven years and I asked everybody last night I was like put together list as put together list of your seven favorite moments. Then all you gotta do is just have one worse moment and I'm sure you have more worst moments to choose from than just one. But I'M GONNA. Start off here. Okay. I'll go first, and then we'll just go go around between everybody I am sorry for being late to the beginning of this. It's fine. I thought maybe you just. You didn't have any good moments. Didn't have to pay and I was looking in the mirror. It's like. You can do this talkers. Pride, I see our. No, I, WanNa, say kicking it off as like. Congratulations and thank you to both of you for doing this together. Well, thanks, thanks everybody a heck of a ride and. We're doing what we love as I'm doing what I love and I'm happy to be doing this with both of you. Cheers to you as well. As your way, or should we? Haven't been tired handled next to me on Kurt. This is the two genders have been telling about which thank you to everybody who's listened? Almost not available total wine. If you're going to buy it out by me. Bottle. Cheers! Cheers, everybody, seven more years. Maybe wow seven years down. Do, they sign that ahead of time seven years. Hey, that's good. What's that called again? Two genders baby to gingers whiskey. That's good. That's a good way to celebrate seventy years on this show, seventy or success, seven years of of mopping the floor with the competition at seven years of having fun and having a whole bunch of drama in between so I'll start real quick and I wanted to start out with my. Favorite thing from the history of this show, we'll just fly around and everybody say whatever's on their mind number seven for me was at the very beginning of the show. I think we couldn't have been more than two or three months in. Moment number seven was when Chris Campfire busted into the studio. Gosh, that was a good one to tell us that we jumping up and down that we hit number one in the ratings. Just three months in I think maybe even less than that could've been quicker than that, but the the show had Ben seventh-place eight plays whatever it was, and then we started and very quickly. We're able to take the show to number one in the ratings and he like cut garage chance. So excited. I would just like a regular show and I. Remember in the middle of I was like yeah. I was in the control room at that point and I could feel like the. Something was like an unusual. Either here sealing jamming out on the guitar or Sean with vocal warm ups when I looked up, Mike Ken Myers jumping. He looks excited. What's happening callback? And then we did the impossible good God. Yeah, number one. That was a great one. What's number seven for us to bring another seven, and if you could turn my hang up? Go ahead. Number Seven And really they have no. Ranking was supposed to do a top seven Lisburn. Things I didn't mind either. Down and I have sub categories. But I will start with. The first thing that comes to mind because we talked to him recently I. Love Moses Dewitt He has been here since day one as dealt with the very last minute I mean by the hour and or minute calls to be like hey, can. Sponsors and this real quick. But on top of it the took us under wing as friends who went to hope town with him. Last he's a good person. And I appreciate the friendship that has come out of it. For him being part of the show and the success of this ship, how about UCLA number seven I mean I guess if I have to rank them I could push this one down to the bottom because this is sort of A. Is Not going to sound like one of the best moments, but I think for me just fascinating. I was a big fan in highschool of Pablo Francisco. And I was like where we landed him for the interview I was like Oh. That's super cool, a big fan of him and he's a big fan of cocaine. Allegedly allegedly how that works and Then! As I grew up I. Still you know. He was coming to town and it's thinking. Oh, man, how cool would it be to tell highschool me that you're going to be on the radio? Interviewing that Guy Window world and Dan. We talked to him and his seven different. In one minute absolutely out of control and that's one best of that. I've never ever played. Number six for me was the battle with bill cosby that was so surreal that whole thing. Yeah, when Bill Cosby was starting to gain heat, and we kind of picked a fight with them and became a big news story radio station in Florida offers one thousand dollars for a protester. Comedy show and and Bill Cosby did an interview beforehand where they asked him about it, and he called us. They're just a bunch of Frat Bros over. There is opening monologue at the center. Oh, you did then, too, but they did. There was an interview with him before where he was like that that station that that show. It's just a bunch of Frat Bros.. So that has been the name of our group text ever since that moment. I thought that was pretty cool. It's your number. Six Supreme I would have to say Jasmine try devil and the entire debacle of that. The beginning of where we were, but think given a reddit post, or maybe the youtube video in which it was started with Chris Angel Session with it but then she comes out with the announcement that she has gotten the surgery done in which three boobs had been implanted. We get her on the air. Time passes you to get into fight via social media Moran. You put her phone number up her phone number up You guys fight back and forth you started receiving a lot of penis picture I got a lot of dawn photos because how you shaped it on social media is like this tried levels number. have she shaped like I got a new number. Tell all my kinky daddy's out there. Send me their depicts, and there was fast forward even more convinced to go to just okay if she could slap. Slap you three times. Video recently found still available already, but not say for radio, and then I saw her at a kink.

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"years" Discussed on The News Junkie

The News Junkie

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"years" Discussed on The News Junkie

"Parents went after his insurance company and dragged on forever, but when you get into an accident Lotta Times, thing could be sorted out pretty quickly. You know you call one eight hundred dewitt law. You start working on the process. You can even send over I. Think you'd like e mail the papers for them to to jump on board as a client with you. Oh Yeah, yeah, most of electronic. Come to office, then you. You could jump on zoom call. You figure out what the cases like. Issues out there that people a little bit on edge and wanting to stay safe that don't make that a reason why you don't call an attorney if you've been in an accident of course. Absolutely I mean accents are still going to happen. You Still WanNa. Make sure you're getting the treatment that you need giving state and care of properly out of course utilizing social distancing, but. Yeah, we can help you walk through all those stuff if I set up a bar in my garage at home where the home studio is and I begin to have patrons in here and socially distanced him. Hey, profiting and I'm selling liquor for just extraordinarily high rates. Am I going to go to jail? We are serving food, too because I kind of like an invite. We'll get some food. Some some finger foods and stuff all socially distance finger foods get this. Jails just good finger. Thank always good to have you around Moses. The new sponsor of John's finger foods. We might as well have some foods drinks because all hell is breaking loose said we're maneuvering ourselves through this together. If you get into an accident, one eight hundred dewitt law motorcycle car accident whatever it is Moses there and ready for you. We appreciate you. Thank you Moses. Guys Seven years off. Thank you for. Making! US, continue main. If it wasn't for Moses to win the dewitt law firm I I. Don't know if we'd be here right now. There's been plenty of opportunities for him to stop sponsoring the show. Because of various things that we've done and yet here he is that we. Built still here for summer. One eight hundred dewitt law, we appreciate Moses, and we appreciate all of you for these seven years. You can join us next for our. Favorite moments in. One worst moment of the show in the last seven years, we'll talk about that next plus we're gonNA, try to have a giant. Cheers on zoom. If we could figure this out before the end of the show, you got this under control. Yeah and I think it'll be. It'll be fun of. We could pull this off so if you've got zoom, keep it handy. Maybe you can join us. We'll do that in a moment. It's the news junkie on real radio. Live from the personal injury law firm of Kaufman and Lynch Studio.

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"years" Discussed on The News Junkie

The News Junkie

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"years" Discussed on The News Junkie

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"years" Discussed on The News Junkie

The News Junkie

07:26 min | 1 year ago

"years" Discussed on The News Junkie

"They are right now in the state of Florida. He's using NASA's. Could. You GotTa? Jack knows just it's a nasal steroid. Just ripped knows right now. Here's Special Jay. Wow, seven years -gratulations, joke is. I can't believe it's been seven years since I was flipping through the radio and ran up. On you guys are looking for a show to because. Were the show that was on. Before you. Guys came on I can stand it. Wasn't something I like to listen to. I'm happy hour on. May Not have caught on your. A I'm not. Obviously you listen to it because I want to be here. Screw UC lane and then guide dispatching. Finish. But. I caught you the first week. Our on and I've been. And I appreciate you. And all the news and Everything bring. Recap thank you. Special J. are seven favourite and won worst thing about the seven years that we've just passed on this show it a little bit, so do not miss it. Couple more real quick here is dirty. Cuban bars are closing down as of immediately. Snap Oh snap says dirty Cuban. Thank you. I'm just worried about getting according to the liquor store and I won't do in order to actually. Why do you say to? Because I did not announce radio as soon as that breaking news came through that I ordered although. Dairy it was like during the next break has. Solely. Cow! Might as well. You've got to be careful of David. Run all this stuff. Here's infinite options so I'll prefer to go to winn-dixie just because. I could probably say a little bit more at my rewards there, and you can get a lot of different things like two for ones or ten for ten. That's good deals with. We've got a public or Walmart. You pretty much or just looking for a serious stuff imposes a little bit overpriced, but I prefer winn-dixie honestly. Thank you. infinite options was now I will say something about public and I. Maybe do not cross with an when Dixie or other very rich places. BOGO Bogo all day at Publix and they have clearance either I all or section that a whole while some places. If it's big enough, let I've gotten I mean for breeze tampons for like months work because it's slash prices, so if you have public's Bogo clearance and you might be. Here's the thing I was trying to think of when I was flashing back to my childhood, and I said we were a win Dixie family public family. What was what I guess still is? What's the winn-dixie Generic Brand Zanga remember? 'cause it's like even worse than the public's generic brand and they have to now green wise green lies is kind of good, realizes the like the organic more expensive stuff that one's not bad at public like that, but the winn-dixie one was always real bootleg s e grocers now now like they are dead sodas and stuff all the knockoff sodas. Now I think I will know it when I hear it, but. They revamped in twenty-seven. That's true. It could totally changed it, and maybe they don't have any anymore. I just remember all the the knockoff sodas and the knockoff cereals at label. Maybe who knows I don't but Check Cola is that. Is that when Dixie brand check colon? Check Colour. was that a brand that it was a yeah, it was it was just a Oh. My Gosh I already know what their new names going to be I. Don't know why this wasn't brought up before because the. Were last name when last name love it, uh-huh winning love when love. Easily do together unless love and being a huge. You're screwed completely done for maybe when just wants to put it on his shoulders. Yeah, just the wind market or God only knows if you've known this stuff for so long, and that it all changes right in front of you. I'll check soda. I remember that was the only soda we can have at the house other than my mom's diet. Coke was always keep your hands off. The she'll, she'll hit you get nearer diet. Coke I went to Camp Without Mountain dew Dr Pepper See. That's what I always wanted I liked. Mountain dew Dr. pepper like all those things. The only thing my dad would get first of all I drank more ice tea than any other human being on planet earth and his. Father Yeah. He was to my dad. Would just jug stays on the dinner table? Yo Yeah, he always had a big jug of it in there, and that he would get like those things you put out in the sun that spin around, and like brewed the tea, or whatever, and that's rich stuff. Oh, like five bucks, the thing, a little plastic concoction and he would get only one kind of soda. And go drake, that it's just like mountain, dew and I want to curse in his face so bad I still do to this day dead or not. He would get mellow yellow Oh. Mellow yellow is not bad. Mellow yellow is garbage now. It's like sprite mixed with mountain dew, and it's like what the hell is this kimmy one or the other FRESCA now that I can deal with squirt squirt. I can deal with. Weird Mellow. Yellow God get it out of my refrigerator. I'm sorry. Where were we? Here's team man with a dispatch. Cats update Maksimir doing great. Maxwell was found in. One of those poisoned rat traps meal was my tree. They Post. Both been fixed Max hanging out on his tower today me is hanging out in the window. Just give me a heads up, okay. Update, thank you for rescuing them. It's very sweet Let's go over to one more Arkansas redneck use some of which you took my man in the parking lot I will find you and I will get it back. Good job. Good Luck, Sir! Gay Magnets Rolls on that. What is this game? A magnets you here? If you're new to the show, if you see a news junkie magnet, and they're like these rounded corner. Squared off magnets, and that sounds strange square magnet with rounded corners, and it says the news junkie is a logo. The game of magnets came about on its own in a viral way, and nobody owns them you just you have them. Some people hide them, but if you put it on your car, it's play and somebody might just snag it from you. Sometimes people replace it with another one or whatever it gets creative, but just know that's happening when you get one of these magnets from the show and we'll get to more your dispatches in. In just a moment when we come back, the next step is always with Sabrina. What's coming up on the next episode? Awesome, sad news in the hip hop, world or those to shake their asks the song back in high school or maybe even Middle School NBC Thirty Rock, and it's nothing to do with black face Mama Mia, also I have some news on it because we didn't need it, but well. It's something other than Covid nineteen all right? It's coming up in just a moment, so stay right there. The News Junkie on real radio..

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"years" Discussed on The News Junkie

The News Junkie

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"years" Discussed on The News Junkie

"Twitter I always I. Don't I. Don't do twitter I always in moments like this picture, the teetotaller side of our audience, however large that is the nondrinkers and I always picture them hearing. Talk about this and go I don't understand why it's such a big deal. Depends, it's different. It's folks that just never really got into drinking, or it's folks that had to stop drinking and they're probably saying this is what I used to do before. I went off the edge. Fun had to go to Rehab it listen. It's been seven years. I think the people that are offended by how much we talk about. This have already just said Sayonara. Farewell. We'll. You know we'll talk again soon maybe I. Don't know all right. There's a lot happening today. Don't miss any of it when we come back because everybody ready with their list or do you need more time? I think I'm just GONNA. Win It. You're GONNA wing it. But. We push back a little bit. Tom Today. Let's push back to like one fifteen after this week in Florida, we're going to go over our our seven favorite moments in the history seven year history of this show I, cannot I. I don't know where to go like I'll number seven. Sabrina goes number seven. You number, so we'll go round robin on each number, and then we'll get to a after our seventy number three with. Her seven favorite moments of the show in seven years. And then our one least favorite moment like the worship, not going I for that as well although I, I don't mind I knew you had it prepared. I did seven of those two I. Know, it's going to be fun. It'll be interesting and we'll see how that goes to quick. Break back in a moment. It's the news junkie on real radio..

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