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"head gardener" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House
"London. He's got good social network but in lockdown stock next door neighbor with nowhere to go really like all of us. So we've been doing these drinks at the end of the day on a Friday for him so he he sits in his doorstep. Put some chairs a couple of meters away and we have a dream with him and couple of other neighbors of joined in now. And it's I know that that's they're all good things at this time and we had a good neighborhood. But while Sean three and the other thing I like his you know this morning I got up really early. I went to was a little garden centre. Not far from here I saw was opened this morning. I got there about two hours worth of people waiting for the Garden Center opens. I gave up on that mission. I defined a friend of ours. Who writes actually this? Sunday monocle weekend edition who runs the non head gardener? I so he was doing deliveries. I went online of audience. Implants for him. That GONNA come tomorrow. I also just like the fact that London just as greener shaggy window boxes of being watered intended this year people going to martyrs outside their front doors. All sorts of blooming is going on. And that's amazing. I did see a little project which is in Rotterdam where they have a projects going on the summer to add one thousand gardens to the city. And they're like digging up pavement outside people's apartment blocks to put in flowerbeds and places grow edge. So there's the positive thing the while we're locked down. We've we've connected with nature and all sorts of ways and things growing and flourishing and blooming as never before certainly in London and Chris. You mentioned earlier that you went kayaking yesterday. What else is court. You're able to smile to your face during all of this my own personal favorite sports team the Washington nationals from baseball in the United States. They won the World Series last year in Twenty nineteen. It was an incredibly inspiring story because they were down on their down on their luck team. That started the season. You have an amazing number of games for people who don't know in baseball. You play one hundred sixty games over a season and they started the season having won only nineteen and losing thirty and then they went on to sort of get back into the playoffs win this World Series Final Championship. It was an amazingly inspiring story for for a team that was down and they've sort of converted this during coronavirus because one of their key tag lines throughout the season was stay in the fight. This was their idea. We go one game at a time. WanNa know every day as they put it. We stay in the fight. And they've used that tagline through corona virus bit of an inspiring message for people to stay in the fight while they're on lockdown to keep their hopes up and the reason I bring it up now is because yesterday. They actually held a online ceremony where they unveiled. The World Series rings that each player will get as recognition of the accomplishment. This is something that has always done in the US. Every player in baseball American football for that matter gets a ring to to recognize the accomplishments. Normally of course this is done on field in this case. They actually plan to do it online. They plan to simply hand out the ceremony online and handout these rings but the players themselves which I also thought it was quite Nice said No. They actually rejected the rings and they said No. We would rather wait for the time where we are able to all come together again on the field. We will take our rings then. We'll do this online digital ceremony now to unveil the rings but we're going to wait for that moment when we can all be together to celebrate what we achieved last year and I thought that was quite a nice hopeful message for me and just watching this ceremony. Last night was a nice hopeful reminder of staying in the fight were always good to end the program on a note of hope hundred tack and Chris Mac Voices of inspiration as always here on the late edition. Thank you both very much indeed for joining us here today. That is all we have time for. I'm afraid to say for today's Program Studio monitors today in London Steph Chun-goo and some -Ympia big thanks to them has ever. I'm Thomas Lewis here in Toronto. The Late Edition returns at the same time tomorrow. The phenomena. Hope you'll stay well and thank you very much.
"head gardener" Discussed on Giles Coren Has No Idea
"He's taking residence on your Prince. Harry is not you. Try burning decreed cats. You see now this morning on the you go. Also you do on the rise in the front garden and it just smells like bus. Still not that fast. He's chosen a gardener. She's leaving or he's looking for one. He's looking ahead. Charles digs around to replace head gardener. See what they did that he fucked is also yeah. We've been really pleased with the mall. The next headline on your call a wine cash says he's talking about that shines through another shake gone knob now is inside. Movie biolog- Blah Blah Blah. I'm encouraged so I think that that's fine. That's fine. I think we know I'm going to write about him. I have a suspicion. I think it's time to tell people. Just remember no kissing shaking hands. No hugging no going to built up areas. They're going to restaurants because curved jaws car and has no idea we mean foreign any time for talks by Lavina. Want to find out what I wrote about in the end off wherever you can live food Sunday night at seven on talk radio..
"head gardener" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Phone limited to new customers of one per line it'll restrictions apply for details your weather outlook early this evening mostly cloudy with a chance of rain or snow shower and then turning partly cloudy lo dropping down to thirty six tomorrow clouds and sun the high forty two but the real feel because of the wind will be in the upper twenties and lower thirties right now it's cloudy relative humidity seventy two the winds are calm it's thirty nine we're going down to thirty five in the town good evening hi Matt Walsh was do start with the told a thirty good evening I'm Laurie met and it's time to light up the big tree at Rockefeller Center tonight for more on the annual tree lighting a let's go live to ten time winter Porter L. Jones out moments during the winter and the holidays your rock center head gardener posing spotted this big seventies a spruce on the door nobody in this the Carol told me that she had submitted the tree back in twenty ten so between that and no no it's looking good when I was looking at a new head upon the rock yeah looks looks big in this area looking.
"head gardener" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"It should be on everyone's bucket list. This is the second time I've been to Ireland in every single time it blows my mind. And of course, I'm going over territory places that I have not seen the. Four right. So one of the things that happened on on the day in the hill is we've got this constant back and forth about healthcare and eight Republicans decided to stand with Democrats to condemn Donald Trump opening up that can of worms on health care strategy and the president vowed to make healthcare top twenty twenty campaign issue. We talked about that the other day he said on Tuesday that the campaign arm of the House Republicans said this to them that the party would get clobbered if they didn't do something about the Affordable Care Act. They didn't take care of ObamaCare and and digit dump it, so what you have is these Republicans I think who are running for the hills because they don't want to touch the healthcare situation. They don't want to try to come up with with something that's going to that's going to what change what they're. Situates think and even house speaker Nancy Pelosi this is like red meat throwing red meat to her. She said once again House Republicans have shown that they are full accomplices in President Trump's campaign to destroy protections for people with preexisting conditions and take away Americans healthcare and see this is an easy pounds. So you have congressman Greg Walden there. Some of you listening to us in Oregon Republican from Oregon who said it's like every week. There has to be a resolution on the floor to condemn the president something he said or did not a policy proposal that will actually solve the nation's problems. Now, you know what I grew them. When do we solve the nation's problems? This is the same old sad. Tune. However that we've been singing over and over and over again, and this really could come back to bite the Republicans, and they know it, and I think that's why. Republicans who are running and who do not have a solution, and who may agree on the board. We'll healthcare is not affordable or needs to go or etc. Whatever, but that is like like sticking a knife in the heart of some of their campaigns. There's no question about that. Okay. So something else that I wanted to jump to really really quick is that this staying on the hill. The Mitch McConnell, basically is saying let's blow up the Senate rule to speed up the Trump nominees. So what does that mean we see that? There's these these positions and on the show. I talk about it once in a while, you're talk about vacancies, so McConnell employed, the nuclear option to give some of the president's nominees speedier confirmation, the procedural step is an escalation in of course, all. All the partisan tensions that are flying around like goblins on Halloween and the third time in six years. The senate's majority has eliminated the long held FILA best rules requiring a sixty vote threshold in favor of a simple majority. Those oh, forty seven Democrats joined by Republican senators Susan Collins from Maine, Mike Lee from Utah oppose cutting the time between ending debate and a final confirmation vote from thirty hours to two. So the change will break a blockade on dozens of lower level, for example, judicial and sub cabinet nominees that you just forget about because you're thinking you're thinking of the bigger stuff. Use that word liberally stuff, you know, digger positions. In other words are coming up. We've got the mail bag. And then I'm going to introduce you to a woman whose job is to be the head gardener at an incredible place called Kyla more abbey easy for me to say. But really, it's incredible. His Victorian walled garden that the Benedictine nuns. Now have to not have to take care of. They do take care of own and what was at the state and what's going on at the state. I mean, frankly is absolutely mind blowing and thousands of people make the trek to see it. And I'm proud to say that I had a chance to see up close and personal what's happening there on the grounds of those gardens. Absolutely incredible. Hang through Melbourne. Coming up on the flip side. Know someone was drinking or drug problem. Learn how to get sober after we share these stories.
"head gardener" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"Used to run through glasses and on two different settings. Once it was running to Sawyer to heat up the soil. For example, on and the other and heated up the air through special events, the Heathrow's which was very clever in through likely. So there was a big line in limestone was burned was produced. But also the heat will live glasses. Was produced through Fisher boy central. Who and then and water the water through the pipes to be pulled. Because the water was rising fish to the woods was really really clever and having having. Yeah. That is funny talking about design, and he took us through the gardens for people listening of agile that is beautiful roses freezing cold here today and kind of are where we are. But you talk about that as this is being built and renovated h-. You wanna keep it at Victorian times as far as what's being grown, here, etc. What the guards you're like right yet restoration the guidelines. We had to stick to the old heritage practice or Jalan varieties and being Victoria died in nineteen eighty one. So there's a guideline cutoff point all gruel propagated in our class would be before nineteen one. We're going have to ninety percents of these old heritage varieties of dotted all the summa spring Betty going to perennial by Trump's fees vegetables. The all the variety thing if the pot and keeping these vertical while and the three you personally, how many years the head gardener? How many others work with you? And how many tourists come through now or will be coming through as you get back into the high season and everything completely reopened including fifty. We from God. No. And then we run a student who they as Mundi of five students students from Germany flux under the after all the countryside..
"head gardener" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats
"And don't get it. At least our coach has some balls. So that mess with their heads so much. All right. So all fans one is really I think on top of that it it. It's a microcosm of hope all fans one is to have hope just have a shot. Just give me a shower or give me a promise of a future of something. Like give me. There's been so much balls talk on this on this conversation. Fifty ACA the hand to read Gardner back of the head gardener all the way to this. We'll no. But I mean, it is a sport of like laying out there. And I think people really love that. All right question. Who who do you think I was hearing some talk on Detroit because we listen to you know, sports talk radio about the Michigan APPA Tricia dropped f-bomb dropped in f bomb, but people are not on the radio people are not happy with Matt Patricia in Detroit at all. There's like some talk about like, let's get. Let's get Harbaugh, sir. Over to not Jim Harba John Harbaugh. Let's try and lure. Let's learn from Baltimore and get the Harbaugh's in the same state together and put him there and a lot of people like that would be amazing. I think of the job that he's doing in Baltimore transitioning. Basically, he's transitioning from a man into a woman, he's like frus- ks. I think for this giant Frankenstein quarterback has got great arm strength. But literally he. He probably runs a six eight forty right? That's what I would say. Joe flacco. He's like worse than rich Eisen. Okay. So that's flacco to Lamar Jackson who in my opinion is the future. Unbelievable. The what this kid is doing. Are. You like amazed at at Lamar Jackson's growth so quickly. Yeah, I'm trying to I'm trying to think in my head. If there's ever been to teammates that are more different on Laco in Lamar what if they listened to the exact same Zakho and Lamar does sound like a cop show on TBS..
"head gardener" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Be restrictions apply. One degrees. Cloudy skies in midtown. Good evening. I'm Paul James wins. News time at the tone nine thirty. People getting into the Christmas spirit with the big event at Rockefeller Center. The big event being the lighting of the tree which is going to be happening just moments from now, let's go to ten ten wins new span, Al Jones out. Oh, yeah. Paul and now after a few hours here, it's starting to get close to the time of the seventy two foot tall star of the show made the commute seventy miles from wallkill, New York. And now getting ready to usher in the season. There a thousand LED lights on the bows. Five miles of wire strobes will be popping from inside and on top. There's this nine half put across nine hundred pound with some three million crystals. Now, the tree from the backyard of surely Figueroa and Lizzy Gutierrez, head gardener inherit Posey tells me that he drove by several times near wallkill New York man before finally coming back and knocking on their door was an ice windstorm just a few weeks before the tree was brought here. And of course, that gave him in a lot of boats. A few restless moments spotlight snowflakes are turning slowly on the sides of the buildings that ring the ice here at Rockefeller Center. And in the windows, March groups of people pressed up against the glass, they have their phones up ready to capture the moment now on the streets. He's the real hearty, folks, forty ninth and fiftieth streets. These folks have been here since two o'clock at four o'clock, they allow dirt were allowed to come up and take their place on the rail, folks. Like Elisa who came here all the way from Italy just to share this magical moment only see on TV. So I wanted to do it. For me. Yes. But he's not a beautiful. Or not as special coming from near and far Martine. She's local. She just wanted to see it in person witness it on TV because I love this, man. And this is like the start of Christmas like officially I thought. I thought why not? I like. We came here. Like, two o'clock. Just the way we have to. You only have to wait a few more moments. Martine right now, the rock cats are doing the last number ahead of the tree lighting performing in front of me. Got a nice mix. These old they're wearing gold. A little cooler than his and on this chilly match. You don't want a little bit more. But again by the tree getting ready to take over this evening. And you know, what it is one of those New York moments when the street lights up usher in the season. Yeah. Black Friday's already common. Thanksgiving starts the beginning of the Christmas season. But when this tree lights up something special, everybody will tell you folks feel a little different because all of a sudden it feels and looks a lot like Christmas day. We got the mayor now down on the stage. He's got his hand near the button. Presumably wait till they give them the signal. But they're getting ready now to light it up the tree. Real star show..
"head gardener" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Glenn in queens. We got thirty seconds. Go ahead. Good morning. Frank. Timothy McVeigh the Oklahoma bomber was interviewed before he was executed. He expressed remorse about as a soldier in Iraq killing Iraqi soldiers, he regarded American babies in Oklahoma City blown up as collateral damage. Would you say he was indoctrinated on his tour of duty in Iraq? I have no idea Glenn. Hey, everyone else. That's calling callback at eight. Oh five. We'll get you to be continued. Opinion, passion, this is AM nine seventy the answer. Skies thirty four on the way to forty five. Good morning. What's going on had the answer? Staten islanders were gathering ahead of Veterans Day, which is today to honor those who serve in the military with a flag-raising ceremony. Many of the vets who attended served in World War Two and the Korean war tells me people care, and that is important people get out they they can't they can't forget the vets the vets say, they're are very happy to see that they're being honored for their service. But they say more needs to be done to help those who come back from war. Police on the hunt for the suspect who allegedly pushed a man onto the subway. Tracks of the Brooklyn Bridge station on Friday morning, Staten Island, father floors, recovering from oral surgery for cuts to his mouth after being pushed onto the subway. Tracks ahead of an approaching train at the Brooklyn Bridge station early Friday police say the suspect appeared out of nowhere and shoved fifty five year old Edwin bean as he was rescued by quick thinking straphangers helped him back onto the platform. The suspect is. Described as a black man in his late twenties to early thirties about six feet tall last seen wearing grey sweater and carrying a book bag, Terry McCreevy, NBC, News Radio New York. Well, it is that time of year just about the Rockefeller Center. Christmas tree is in place. Seventy two foot tall. Norway spruce transported into midtown aboard. A flatbed truck it came from the backyard of Shirley, Figueroa, and LifeZette, Gutierrez is home up wallkill. They were asked if they wanted to donate it. And they both quickly said, yeah. The head gardener from Rockefeller.
"head gardener" Discussed on The Feast
"Welcome to the Tober edition of the east. I'm Laura Carlson this month, we're bringing you another story about the past. But also the future of the craft brewing scene in the state once known as the birthplace of prohibition main. Now, if you've listened to our episode from August, you'll remember the great story behind Heather sand board and rising tide brewery in Portland. Heather has been a longtime advocate for the craft brewing industry in the state, and she's helped reshape legislation to help other smaller breweries open their doors today, we're bringing you a story about one of those Burris odd ale wise farm brewery, which is less than a year old and located in the small town of Walter borough just off route one on Maine's coast. Odd alewife opened in two thousand eighteen now owners, John and Sarah macneil along with their trustee. Burri cat rocket head purchased twenty two acres of what used to be in L Paca farm with the hopes of turning the garden and buildings into an honest to goodness farm to cask burry working with old lawman closures not to mention nineteenth century barn buildings and outhouses. They have spent the last year turning it into one of Maine's newest craft breweries. Co owner John comes from a bit of a brewing background. He's worked at a number of all over the east coast while his wife and business partner. Sarah is a little renaissance woman having taught art and art history at the college level. She is now head gardener and burry supplier for audio lives. Her hops lilacs, pumpkins maple syrup all harvested or forged on their property. Frequently pop up as key ingredients in their seasonal brews. Now in our previous episode on rising tide wicks blurred a little of Mainz interesting history and relationship with beer once considered the birthplace of prohibition. The state now has a booming craft beer industry home to over one hundred different craft breweries no mean feat when you consider that Maine's population is only slightly more than that of Rhode Island, but main ranks fifth in the US as far as amount of breweries per capita. So as far as beer tourism goes Maine is the place to be. And Surin John's business is a great example of how Maine's changing beer and business laws. Have let new blood into the Bruin game. These new laws that Sarah and John don't have to worry about rivaling the supply of bigger breweries. They also don't have to worry about becoming restaurant hers old beer laws, for example, found throughout the US often required breweries to serve food more or less forcing would be craft brewers to become chefs as well, but those laws only in the last few years have finally been lifted at least in Maine now Seren jock and focus on what they do. Best making great beer. These changes to Maine's Burri laws, maybe only very recent history, but Sarah in John's business hearkens back to an even older tradition of brewing, a tradition embedded in their very name. Now, if you know your theology, you'll know that an ill wife as in odd. Alewife Sperry is a common type of fish. It's actually kind of herring. And it's one that's found throughout the waters of North America. But an even older use of the word alewife doesn't refer to fish at all it actually not surprisingly refers to the women who were once heavily involved in Europe's beer trade. The term itself May Day to his earliest fifteenth century in L wife was literally a woman usually married. One who helped out in the tavern public house that is place known for brewing and serving beer..
"head gardener" Discussed on National Trust Podcast
"We're standing in the car park outside the main entrance to Glenda Oregon garden, and it's always very exciting. Standing on the precipice of anti garden, but you really feel it in a garden like lend, Oregon, we're looking at Treescape, and we're elevated above it. So we're kind halfway up some of the trees in the distance, and you can see some conifers towering this garden for me is all about the relationship between the plants the climate the sea and the garden who created it. And I'm making Ned Lomax assistant, head gardener Glenn Dardenne to show me around his garden. Hi, how you doing? I see really looking forward to this. Show you around. Yeah. Give you my spin on the place. So coming out of the visit to welcome building. We step into the engine shoot. And this is the main visit to route into the garden, and we are from earlier of woodland valley gardens. We didn't have a lot of opportunities to play with the flowers and Perennials basis points. So this sunnier of the garden is our chance to do that. And we've got all every maritime gun. So we by the sea where in the far south west of Cornwall. So we're already much woman the rest of the country, but the sea and the movement of the air around the helps keep the frost away. But then we're also situation sheltered valley. So as you get down to the valley, even the a windy day. You can be in the base value with the sun on the feel temperature. Change says really that kind of protection from the elements of long with the Sierra which keeps the frost away means that we can get away with growing all sorts of different answer. Maybe even just five miles away in land. You wouldn't able to grow? What Sony behind us Globes? Isn't it? It's it's a really nice of bright structural plant a beautiful color, real treat to see it prepares you for what you're about to see later. I think is collection of plants here. It's really nice. The origins of garden live with folks who were local dynasty of businessmen. They had interests in mining in Timbo fishing, but I made business was ship agents based in. So they had access to ships coming from all over the world was growing this point who was history, really, vibrant place. And so they had contact with captains coming from Australia Tasmania Zealand, South Africa, and that was to commission people bring them back. Sometimes they didn't a great deal, but they do have access to new clubs entered the country. And we're better to join them than beautiful sheltered valley. Just a few miles away from the self. Alfred along with the rest of his family were members of the Saudi of Frenzel Quakers. I better known Quakers as a part of the Christian church with conformance, and whom was a place where they could practice open. They're not be persecuted. Very much themselves as stewards of the land in that short period on the earth. Very much grew out of. Religious beliefs that the way they live their lives and had a great respect for nature and stewardship of land. So they didn't come to Doug, and and set out to impose themselves on the landscape and create a garden the rubble he wanted an escape from the busy lives and foulness..
"head gardener" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"I'm surprised you're not working in this i'm surprised you didn't do this about partway through the holly side degree i said to my parents i'm like you know i think i'm going to leave that degree and go switch into plant sciences and my dad's like no no no don't do it you'll you'll find so much value in political science and history just stay true and it'll all be good so it's funny that we both have that are personal history let's pause there we're talking about the pool of plants on the conversation with two women who quite ran the field they are head gardener's at popular gardens in canada and barbados sandra pella is head of the toronto botanical gardens and sharon cook is head of the botanic gardens in barbados so historically women have started their and gardens and has given them a sense of freedom around the world but why do you think women find gardening empowering sandra when it comes to being outdoors i myself feel a personal connection to the ground to the land to the plants growing raising something as you would a child i suppose i think of many of the great gardens even that wonderful great garden i went to great dick stir it was christopher lloyd's mother who started that garden and he picked it up and ran with it and made it what it is today but i have to say that i think women are natural leaders to begin with it just makes sense that we could just being the matriarch really of the garden and give direction to the people that wanna participated work with us sharon empowering is empowering.
"head gardener" Discussed on CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley
"Betty nice little look we have here and when having tea with within aficionado london's langham hotel seemed to good choice they've been outed for about one hundred fifty years they along always love this t that not many people when they discover it they all blown away they really love it gene pettigrew consulted on the t service year as written books on the topic and had her own teahouse you would never put milk in this i wouldn't but don't call this high tea she explains that was a big working class supper we're tea was served this is after noon t regionally meant to fill the long gap between meals for the upper classes and it really has been pretty much like this since at the end of the victorian period eighteen eighty nine when it was really set as a as an event britain thanks to its east india company had become the center of the tea trade by the late sixteen hundreds when t awry it was completely new have not parts we have not cops and so everything had to be acquired along with teeth in china and the word china at that time came to me not just the country but porcelain this is t here this is right here yes t after all doesn't grow so weld in central london when we're drinking tea were drinking what we owe drinking these little head gardener nil jones explains how chauncey physic gordon played a role in history in eighteen forty the curator of this garden when to china commits maybe the first incidence of agricultural espionage out of cultural sp.
"head gardener" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"To chatsworth house in the peak district of england you've come because you wanna see its lavish interiors its old master paintings or because you have an affinity for jane austen's pride and prejudice this is of course where elizabeth bennett visits with her family before she goes on to pump really to see mr darcy but i've come here on a very different mission i want to see the cab industry banana that's grown in the greenhouses here it's thought to be the direct descendant from the first ever cabin nash which was grown in the eighteen 40s uh this is the display her us with housing albashir and this is where we grow the coverage manama cleveland's i unbeaten steve porter is the head gardener at chatsworth house it is so an ace and more of an here bird from outsiders would i asked him how a banana which requires fourteen months of continuous frost free weather to flourish ended up here and frankly freezing derbishire josie paxton who was had gold it's on the six duke of devonshire he heads read about the banana knew about the banana industry died in epson in salary take two clogs we believe came in from china through malicious so paxson headed down and he managed to bollywood who pretend in the eighteen 30s and he very quickly call it to flourish he called its flour equally to fruit how does this vanana that we're looking at and this has get from here tip pretty much every faith the catherine's well few years later on a mission rejoin williams chance with and he was collecting plummeted and the bone was one of the things he took he was taken out to the south pacific to the new companies to help them sustain themselves but oversea and as time passed all they saw to seldom and trade them and it became a commercial on it which as it is today now there is a frantic race to recreate pakistan's maczek from over a hundred in fifty years ago noone has yet been any all to create a better replacement for the cabin dash so the focus is now on how to kill the fungus what is that is that fungus that is the puncos that is that the.
"head gardener" Discussed on KOIL
"The news media a hates because they're probritain and they're not flat earth davos crowd people she believes in god and britain and you know the left hates that they head gardener hit britain so they're here britain's going marching around in britain carrying a cross and muslims come out an insult the and assault them on and said hey welcome to britain and there is many is very upset about this video of moslems attacking and destroying a statue of the virgin mary no really is no problem nigger we should have open borders it's better that way i think i love the cnn boycott um and the fact that it's not even a boycott that their boycott as a fake boycott because they're white house people are going anyway and they should be mocked for that at the briefing today by sarah huckabee sanders mocked ridiculed whoa whoa whoa yes it is and president trump as i mentioned in a tweet said check out andy lacks past head of nbc news who fired matt lauer and the president continued so now the matt lauer has gone one world of fake news practitioners at nbc beat terminating the contract of filled griffin his big president guy the company two and one will they terminate low ratings joe scarborough based on the unsolved mystery that took place in florida years ago investigate this is hilarious are you're familiar with this is a staffer for joe scarborough a young woman i i don't have all the details are just from memory mysterious circumstances turned up dead uh and here is president trump throwing some gasoline on the fire here for nbc going after andy lack going after phil griffin fill griffin's that of msnbc and going after joe scarborough based on the unsolved mystery he puts that in quotes unsolved mystery that took place in florida years ago investigate he says chesler hilarious and then he in seamlessly from going after the phony corrupt news media to going back to news and he tweeted just spoke to president gene gene of china concerning me proactive actions of north korea are provocative actions of north korea rather additional major's sanctions will be imposed on north korea today the situation will be handled and that's what the president.
"head gardener" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"A cumulus station ooh cbs news senior on it's a day of tears in emotion in southern springs texas hundreds are expected to up bend remember the victims of the church massacre a week ago knsd tv reporter henry ramos sydney methods from first baptist congregations is they want everyone to calm ready to pray john is actually going to be held that the community center but that was recently changed screws right now are hard at work drop the service at the baseball yet known pure frank pomeroy will actually lead the service i was told that he will be in attendance year old daughter was killed in the massacre uh today the church will be dragged members inside twenty empty chairs representing those who died last sunday morning president trump in today at the summit of some vague dan east asian countries a last stop on his fivenation trip nascent i'll go detect a of the philippines is hosting the leaders neatly on the laws uh uh uh uh the world leaders gathered here is deliberate love fifty is a nevada city of asean earlier several hundred protesters clashed with riot police some distance a knee from new medicaid placards with words dump trump banned down with us imperialism us ships are taking part in the game dong signed the south korean navy read the us navy's biggest warships led a flotilla of destroyers into waters off south korea neighourhoods show of force timed to coincide with president trump's visits to asian capitals the carriers ronald reagan chester nimitz and open benitez it's the first time three us conducted exercises together need years reporter kirk in seoul us senator robert evidence of the next few days that he claimed question tube surrounding the sexual misconduct allegations against in the washington post gene four made a campaign appearance abg birmingham lauren more reminder yacht orders made the senate race in alabama could have farreaching implications in upcoming contests in 2018 in may were very will determine the future of our country bob homing is eleven points behind that came out just days before this article came out their desperate moore said the obama will gone through this charade more officials democrats today crews repairing the rockefeller center christmas tree in new york city john aldridge slovenia head gardener eric is of keeping the tree green through the.
"head gardener" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?
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