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Control Me By Michelle Heard


I stood in a line and heard story after story of your colleagues that's been deployed for most of their time as servicemembers; their stories of bravery, how they left their families, how they dealt with fire, how they continued to recover -- and each and every one of them are ready to do more. So I'm in awe of the courage, the patriotism and the commitment to excellence that our men and women in uniform display every single day.




Control Me by Michelle Heard



And that is certainly the case here at Eglin and at Hurlburt. I've heard those stories. You all are involved in everything from Relay to Life, to the Boy Scouts, to Toys-for-Tots. You're volunteering in your local churches and your schools, and even more.


At a national summit the bi-partisan coalition of mayors adopted their federal legislative agenda, heard from gun policy experts, and discussed common-sense policies to keep guns out of the hands of criminals.


MARTIN: After two years with full control of Congress and the White House, Republicans face a referendum on their performance. President Trump says he's made good on what he said on election night 2016.


LIASSON: Well, I think that the woman that you just heard from completely crystallizes Democratic nightmares. If they can't get high turnout among Hispanics and young voters - they don't need it everywhere, but they definitely need it in places like Texas and Arizona and Nevada. If they can't do that, then they have failed to convince women like that as to why voting is connected to making her life better.


McSWEENEY: Yes so data science is more research and super cool super interesting. Data engineering is a lot of cleaning and preparing the data to build algorithms with. So I get to ask fewer questions but I get to work with languages like Thai and Vietnamese and Arabic to prepare all of that data to build like sentiment classifiers which is you know unheard of in a job. So even though this is a cool data engineering job I would prefer to be more on the like research side.


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Our fight for a public inquiry took two and a half years. Giving our evidence was hurtful - going back to those dark days - but hearing evidence from nurses was even harder. We had always recognised there had been failings in care, but to hear that our loved ones had developed pressure sores, that their fluid balance charts had not been filled in, that some of the patients, including my mother-in-law, were still given laxatives even though they had C. diff diarrhoea - I think it is a huge credit to the families to have heard that evidence and still say, "We do not want to blame anyone."


I have been searching all over for an explanation of why the landscaping plants that surround the entire perimeter of my property is being effected by witches broom in one form or another. I have been to the county extension and they said I, or a neighbor was using too much ground clear. Not the case from what we can see. We are not using anything on the yard because of our dogs. I've sprayed weedkiller in the cracks of the road so the city wouldn't do it in the heat of the day. Anything applied to yard has been sparingly and sparse. Mostly because of the animals. 2 years ago plants started to show up with the witches broom. Random plants, all different varieties including trees, some right next to healthy. Now it's still happening, but only to us. No one in neighborhood is having this happen. Have you ever heard of this? Please offer a suggestion.


Blue land crabs can be harvested November through the end of June. They can only be harvested by hand or with a landing or dip net. There are no chemicals registered for control of blue land crabs and it is illegal to use traps, bleach or any other chemical solutions. -land-crabs/. The only way to try to keep them from burrowing in your yard is to use some type of barrier (fence) to keep them out.


The link to the Whitefly article on this page is no longer valid. Since we are now seeing activity at the Golf Club in Key West we would appreciate an update to that link as people are again asking for a way to control them. Please contact me and I will put it on our website.


Hi Pat,Thank you for your comment. We are big proponents of integrated pest management (IPM), and one of the principles of IPM is starting with more environmentally friendly options when the decision is made to control a pest. However, in this scenario, this is the best and quickest way to control this pest. Diatomaceous earth is made from the fossilized remains of tiny, aquatic organisms called diatoms and with its abrasive sharp edges, causes insects to dry out and die by absorbing the oils and fats from the cuticle of the insect's exoskeleton. Unfortunately, it will also absorb water and moisture from the air, rendering it ineffective from a pest management perspective in the landscape with our high humidity. Additionally, Bacillus thurengiensis (Bt) is a stomach toxin that would need to be ingested by the caterpillar to be effective. Another option you could try is Spinosad, which is a natural substance made by a soil bacterium, you may have to reapply a several times for complete control. Also, there has been some negative consequences with the use of the horticultural glue in trying to control gypsy moth in a similar way. The sticky substance ended up killing the tree cambium, resulting in tree death. Please keep me posted on the method of control you use and its effectiveness.


I heard in the Cayman Islands according to the Sun Sentinel that they captured over 166,000 green iguanas in 2014 and the population grew to over 400,000 in 2 years. It was crazy explosive growth. We have to do a better job managing the green iguana population.- Kris Reynolds - Nuisance Wildlife Rangers


Is the 2013 hurricane season supposed to be worse than normal? I've heard that climate experts are predicting more hurricanes in the Gulf this year, but I don't know how credible the sources are. If it's true, we better begin preparations asap!


Saw a green or blue crab, bigger than two adult hands wide, in Miramar, Fl. Do they hangout in canals and lakes too. Too dark for pictures. I thought it was a beach crab, had never heard of land crabs.


I can't control how jokes are interpreted. I always try my material out in front of a bunch of people before the final product is heard and I wouldn't keep telling jokes If the audience wasn't laughing at them. I'm not in the business of defending anything I say, I'm just in the business of writing and performing. 041b061a72


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