21 Burst results for "Alachua"

"alachua" Discussed on The Bible Binge

The Bible Binge

02:14 min | 4 months ago

"alachua" Discussed on The Bible Binge

"We sat down and he turned on pornography. Like you turn on a point. And i was like what like i was not ready. This what are you and it was like. I don't retain any of that knowledge memory because it was so abrasive and abrupt And i look at the serpent as someone who is trying to accelerate the knowledge and accelerate that understanding of world. Not like god. God you forgot to keep satan out. You forgot to tell him not to talk to do we. I said i didn't want to is eight. And i feel like you're tricking me out. I know but i feel like that the serpent because my perspective right. I'm coming from the perspective of i think this really options and so i respected that the serpent was good and got allowed. It comes donkey kind of situation. It is being controlled by to a higher power. Sure good higher power because satan is a higher power yeah right. He has powers Which is why we shouldn't be talking about him and search. But i think that this is like this is a good thing. This could have been a serpent. Yes could have been anything. This could have been. The koala was more crafty alachua new to slow man. You gotta watch out the all sexy though. They are pretty crafty. Can i ask you questions at just purely a one. Understand how you compile So in this world view obviously you strive to satan was a was a fallen angel right like at some point between god creating stuff was he like an insane fell in the middle of that and he turned in like he became a serpent in the garden. Like what's the title waste. Oh i do think it happened in creation satan existed before creation. Yeah which is why. God the the sabbath again. A lot of stuff was happening. What's going on so in my mind. It is exists before creation but satan has fallen okay and but with god's knowledge of asher knowing that that was going to happen because he could.

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"alachua" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

02:27 min | 5 months ago

"alachua" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Pr. Someone trusted very much right from the first time i met him. I'll always remember him. Not only as a great gm but as an even better person he always treated everyone like family and he wanted us players to have that same mentality. He was a great example to all of us. Fear was a mentor to me said sack someone. I learned a lot about the business of hockey from we as an organization and myself personally will really really miss him. Alachua step down from his position as gm in two thousand six but remained but the franchise as team president until twenty thirteen. He made several high profile trades for players such as rob late this to help. Keep the team competitive. The avalanche won division titles and each of quals first nine seasons as a general manager. Beer was my agent. Said michel goulet. I hope i'm saying his name correctly. A former nordiques forward and hockey hall of fame inductee. He told the denver post that Pierre was his when he was a player in quebec as well as our leader. I worked for the avalanche for fourteen years. He was an amazing man and friend. He always did things with care and with class he took pride and leading by example and we shared a lot of laughs in his post hockey days. Though he has gone his spirit will live on in those he touched along the way and needle say reaction to applause passing from across the national hockey league poured in on sunday with many many prominent voices expressing their condolences. Dark condolences to the family of pierre. La former avalanche gm who gets to stanley cup winning teams passing away at the age of seventy two six fifteen. Now thirteen ten. Kfi k thirteen ten k. f. k. a. dot com. You know you might be feeling a little bit out of sorts. These days and with all the confusion and uncertainty relative to covid nineteen all the upheaval. Well who could blame you. And if.

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"alachua" Discussed on The Beauty Brains

The Beauty Brains

04:02 min | 5 months ago

"alachua" Discussed on The Beauty Brains

"Patriot on swiss Shirley says hi beauty brands. You have a great podcast. And as a biochemist myself. I really appreciate the science. I have a question about. The stability of retina bought the ordinary one. Percent retinal in squally and grant active retinoids two percent solution before but both have the logo which indicates to us within three months by three months stability. Well after opening right right. However i am not even halfway through the bottle by then seems quite wasteful to just throw it away and buy a new one. I got this crazy idea whether i could alachua into smaller volumes for example. he's a centrifuge in eppendorf tubes which you can get from amazon and then keep them in my home. Negative twenty freeze that way. I can take coming eloquent out. Used for one month or so and then defrost the next one etc. We quite often do something like that in our lab with proteins chemicals. Now i know you're against Not adhering to formula recommendations and this sounds more crazy. The more i think about it but number one really. How long is now stable and most formulas and number two can the emulsion squally mixtures be frozen with reducing their efficacy. While a very clever question. Share shirley i love you. You're awesome well this. She is science. The heck out of these products. I suppose but i will say this..

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Oracle's Jason Witt on the Partnership Between Creative and Code

Delivering by Litmus

04:49 min | 7 months ago

Oracle's Jason Witt on the Partnership Between Creative and Code

"Today I'm joined by another Jason Jason Wet I, who is the senior creative director for four x marketing and Ryder Oracle Jason was senior creative director epsilon. In, both rules, Jason leads teams, designers, and developers, writers, hats had strategists, all those people making him out to help clients, deliver more effective email campaigns to subscribers. So welcome to the PODCAST Jason. Thanks for having me excited about the conversation. Awesome. Yeah. So I always like to start things off by hearing about guests I. I guess your career in the marketing world and how you make your way to where you are right now. So can I tell me a little bit about how certain? Email? Marketing Archaic General. Bad I got to work all yet for sure. So it's kind of a long road but. I've been in marketing for almost twenty years now. So I. Started Out in traditional marketing doing you know not so much offline but mostly print direct mail I worked. I worked for an in house agency for quite a while over ten years and so it was interesting coming out of that in into more the agency world and when I started it up Salon I kind of walked into it into a position that would they scratch their head civil. Why do you want to come in and kind of get your hands in the work and it was because email really was a channel that I had it really dug into. I said to be you know really versed in anything I really wanted to get my hands in the work. So I spent about the first year. So really really fine tuning my skills around creatives and then also making those connections with the technology in the platforms that we use today order to send out email and over time I just developed a a larger team underneath me and it just kind of grew from there and and and had some really great successes were some awesome. had a chance to do everything from not only created strategy, but also developing design systems for our clients to use to create efficiencies within their their creative workflows, and so you know one of my I think one of the philosophies sort of carried me now into working at Oracle is that you know there's so many ways for our teams to help our clients. At. You know a large organization like Oracle in your sort of consulting role I think a lot of times and you're working with a client they might have like an. Agency of record or they'll have an internal creative team. And I think it's important for us to kind of walk in and really be able be able to be put our consultant on. Be. Able to just say, Hey, look, we're an extension of your team. How can we help you and we help our clients in a variety of ways and I find that really rewarding because there's some some clients will dig in and we'll do one or two campaigns There's other clients will help develop. design systems for their email programs and then other folks that we have is retained clients that we work with every all day so. It's been. It's been a fun journey to get here I'm really excited about being at Oracle and supporting the platforms in the services that we have to provide but I've definitely worked with so many great people in the industry for a long time an and that's been really great as well. Yeah Awesome So I'm pedicures way your typical client base looks like at or these days as mostly on the retail side or during the lobby to be. Folks in your across. Yeah. You know it's interesting at Oracle, because we have sort of this mixed, right we have to platform. So we've got responses and then have Alachua and eloquent tends to be more on that beat Abi side and You know it's a little bit more hands off of the L. A. Clients just because the fact that they're they typically, you know are smaller to mid sized companies. So they most likely won't engage in some of the more I would say costly services you know they're really kind of hitter budgets there can be to be, but we do have a fair amount of clients that we work with their You know to support to support their campaigns there, and then on the responses side where it's more beat see, we have everything from retail financial services, hospitality, which has been a tough year. US Battalion we've had we've had some rough times here, but you know financial services technology companies retail has has been interesting over the last. I'd say six months we really been Asia retail as Dave shifted and sort of pivoted their business models to adapt to what's going on in the world So had a fair amount of work and retail.

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"alachua" Discussed on H-sana

H-sana

06:00 min | 8 months ago

"alachua" Discussed on H-sana

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"alachua" Discussed on FoundMyFitness

FoundMyFitness

05:03 min | 9 months ago

"alachua" Discussed on FoundMyFitness

"Can you tell us some of the things that you did to optimize your son's health or development since he was born I'm a new mom and I would love to know how you approach diet supplements routines. . ETC thank you. . And there are also some tag along questions here. . That have to do with what the common deficiencies are in in toddlers. . So I think Andrew Ask that question. . So I'm going to talk about that right now I would say <hes>. . One of the main main things that I have done is Omega Three Dha high. . Dha Supplementation. . Both during breastfeeding during pregnancy, , we'll starting in during pregnancy but pregnancy breastfeeding and then. . Getting, , preformed Dha, , to my son. . and. . The Way I do that is I take one of my High Dha capsules and I cut it open and I put it in his oatmeal with lots of butter and he just. . So, , whereas during fetal growth, , calories can help promote. . You know growth they're not sufficient for brain development. . <hes> brain development appropriate development requires a sufficient intake of protein zinc, , iron, , choline, , full iodine, , and the omega three fatty acids. . As, , well as vitamins ad B six and B twelve, , and if you failure to provide those key nutrients during that critical period can actually result in long-term brain deficits. . <hes>, , so the common. . Toddler nutritional deficiencies. . Omega three. . So consumption of. . EPA from foods contributes you know so. . Mostly those are found in marine sources. . <hes> it's a very small amount. . You know children children are only getting about forty milligrams of the preformed <hes>. . Dha and EPA. . And two, , thousand, , fifteen. . There was a really big study about that. . You know showed <hes> eating fish. . Actually even fish. . The fish that has particularly for high mega three and low in mercury. . Still even protected against toxic effects of Mercury in a developing fetus, , which is the most sensitive sensitive to mercury. . And there was another study that was published. . Huge huge Meta study looked at looked at not only. . Prospective Studies. . which are associated associated can't really establish causation, , but they also looked at randomized controlled trials in children. . So the studies looked at pregnant women and also young children and that that were either given fish or eating having a high intake of fish. . Or not and it was found not the the mothers and children even randomized control trials that were given fish. . I had improved intelligence scores like significantly improved even up to like nine points. . And these children also had higher levels of Mercury as well. . But they had higher levels of Dha which superseded whatever you know. . Minor effects the mercury hat again, , we talked about earlier conversation there a fish that are high mega three and lower number mercury at you can be you know things like Salmon <hes>. . While Alaskan salmon or like I mentioned the the farmed Atlantic at least that's the only one I know of that's farmed. . Salmon. . Sardines. . Herring. . Mackerel of this fish that are fatty <hes> also behind Omega, , three and those ones are lower in mercury smaller Fisher mercury. . So I try to give him I try to get my son to eat salmon in some form or another, , and he'll eat little little amounts of it. . And like I said, , I also supplemented with fish oil. . I was also taking. . Drum, breastfeeding. , . I was I was taking three grams a day of of Dha and that you know is is was being delivered him in breast milk I'll get to that in just a minute though. . Iron <hes> is another another one <hes> particularly infants between six six and eleven months they they have a low about ten percent of those infants have low intake of iron. . <hes>, , of course, , irons high in in in meets <hes>. . You know fish is another one that you can find iron in. . I was actually giving my son when he was doing <hes> solid foods like when I when he was when I introduce solid foods at around six months. . I would blend up some salmon cooked salmon blended up with either <hes> Cooked Cherries blueberries, , and I would blended altogether. . So it kind of gave the Sam sweet taste and <hes> really liked that. . When he was young. .

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"alachua" Discussed on FoundMyFitness

FoundMyFitness

02:00 min | 9 months ago

"alachua" Discussed on FoundMyFitness

"Hello friends. Today, we're excited to launch a new members only podcast the alachua. In Alachua is a sample taken from a larger hole that captures the essence of the entirety. Borrowing a term from the lab bench, that sample or Alachua is often going to be a personal allotment of agent that's being used potentially across multiple experiments, and for that reason kept near at hand are Alachua. However are members only podcast focused on single topics curated and remixed from the best of foundmyfitness. Some episodes are edited excerpts, highlights and informative moments taken from full interviews in the foundmyfitness podcast usually with just a little more context for me. Other episodes are mashups of highlights from my regular members only QNA's curated around themes and popular topics like pregnancy, sauna, fasting, and more. This. First alachua episode is a very special mash up highlight edition. It features a compilation of pregnancy and child development related topics taken from several QNA episodes. The last couple of years this episode covers a lot of topics including my prepregnancy regimen, including diet exercise vitamins in sleep. Omega three during pregnancy, fish consumption and mercury concerns which fish to avoid during pregnancy. Algae derived versus marine derived omega three fatty acids, extra precautions that I took during pregnancy coaling and the developing brain. My perspective on nutrition for a baby and toddler that may maximize brain development and growth the Diet and supplements I took or in some cases avoided during pregnancy and breastfeeding. Duration of breastfeeding and the impact on mothers and child health. The introduction of solid foods,.

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"alachua" Discussed on FoundMyFitness

FoundMyFitness

02:27 min | 9 months ago

"alachua" Discussed on FoundMyFitness

"Hello Friends I'm very excited to share today's episode with you as a mother. It covers a topic that is very near and dear to my heart a topic that has to do with infant and child development. That topic is the biology of breast milk and the enormous health benefits breastfeeding has for both the infant and mother. We're going to dive deep into science of breast milk on this one including breast milk, composition and production. How Human Milk Lusaka writes in breast milk established the infant gut microbiome and protect from bacterial infection. how will mega three fatty acids that find their way into breast milk as a result of the mother's Diet and supplementation may boost brain development which vitamins and minerals are robustly passed to the infant through breast milk and others that are poorly transferred. How breast milk contains stem cells that can help with infant development and may even integrate into intact organ systems in the infant's body. How harmful substances can be transferred to the infant breastmilk How breastfeeding improves the infants passive and active immune system and even forms a competent Tori immune system where infant infection generates a response that beneficially alters the mother's breast milk arming the infant to fight infection. How breastmilk improves infant brain development with special. Relevance to infants born prematurely how breastfeeding benefits mothers by reducing the risk of Ovarian and breast cancer and so much more. But before we get started I want to quickly mention a couple of things. I Co. released with this episode today is a sample of a brand new episode format we are calling Alachua. What is in? Alachua. You may ask allocates our special curated segments prepared and distributed to premium members via the premium members podcast feed. Alachua quads in ascends are all about curation where excited about allocates as just one more great benefit that we can bring to members while ultimately creating a useful format that is to the benefit of the public and supports the free content we produce like today's episode. With, that said our co released preview of the very first Alachua is in many ways extension of today's episode. It is focused on the many and I mean.

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"alachua" Discussed on Plastic Surgeon

Plastic Surgeon

06:55 min | 10 months ago

"alachua" Discussed on Plastic Surgeon

"You know have it done again? Yes it happens every procedure, but it's really less than than. Eight percent, five percent of of individuals. So what you have one lift usually, you're not going to get a second one or or want a second one, but but there is a small Alachua to patients that say, Hey, yes, let's let's do some some more because they just they won't get get that. That tiny back again. So it sounds to me like you're setting the clock back. Ten years something like that. But then the clock keeps ticking is that Right. Right. Right. Right and You know we we. We're not going to. We don't aspire to be seventy years old and looked forty but we do aspire to be seventy and look fifty, five sixty and that that's that's a reasonable desire to expectation and we see all the time. And in in so often I'll see patients. That I haven't seen in a year or so they come in and I walk into the room when you look at it and asked myself how old is this individual in generally when when you when you? You inspect it gets generally is at least ten years younger than you might thing. just just looking at their appearance. When you face lifts under local aside from the risks, are there any extra risks for the procedure itself yet? So there's always risks with all surgeries as we know and the things the way I break breaking down is that certainly we have the common rest that the just you know happen the swelling bruising discomfort and that sort of thing, and in occasionally, we'll have some bleeding problems that we have to remedy increasingly will have. An infection that we have to remedy or bumps and lumps, and so forth. So these are. Common Remedy them in short order but after a week or two. These things have take care of themselves. I know everyone's different. Everybody has risk factors but on average, how often do little complications will bums come up when you get a facelift done so I think of it is common you know in in in that's okay. As long as it's temporary temporary, the realm of one week two weeks, three weeks and and and no more than a month and so that's that's just part of the ball game but we sort of tolerate that. So I always tell my patients to if they can just be patient or we ten days that these things will will smooth themselves out and that's that's a better way looking at it. If. You want perfection after day or two that's that's a real challenge. The real thing in terms of real bad permanent, the complications, those really rare and. They're there those are things we just have to mention. It's like driving. A car that the odds of you driving home and having a bad accident is really low and same thing with a permanent band problems with with facial surgery. So really just focus on these minor things. Temporary things temporary temporary they happen. We deal with them, and in in short of they're they're taking care of. How long has it recovery from a face that you do? Yeah. So we'll main things we look at. that. Patients will ask is win. Can I get back to my social situation? When can go back to work when it can I? Go to the store. When can I just present myself? I don't WanNa stay indoors forever and the day that the the number we always give us about ten ten days. We shouldn't be over ninety percent of individuals shouldn't be presentable, not completely hill but presentable where in the where where you're not noticed where you're not sort of you know Where somebody can see that you've had something done, so intimidation should be able to get out maybe with your hair in front of your ears, maybe with a little bit of of makeup on but you should be presentable at that time. But before then on occasion you you know you had a patient that was looking great at four days but generally you need about ten days but in terms of completely healing takes implying for two completely hill. and. We can be patient with that because it's not something that really we notice but. You know he feels some firmness in the face and neck afterwards. So that takes a while to recover. Those aren't things that we really have a good deal of worry about the thing we really look at is, when can we get out when we be social? When can we get back to to live for? No stay indoors forever in in the majority of patients it's ten days. Have you seen more faceless requested now that we've had the shutdowns and lock. INS. Yet. So one of the things that pay people said recently with his Co. at thing is I want to get it done now because I could wear the mask just hide everything. So but I I think that you know more and more people force are working from home and they're able to take care of themselves at home. To wear the masks they they've got the time, and so we certainly see a lot of that today for sure. Sure. You've seen a wide. Range of results and complications from yourself and other doctors. B-share a complication that you've seen that has been. Pretty dramatic either one day you had yourself or he saw from someone else while tell you when when interesting may be crazy stories of physician in another state that I was overseeing he. Did a procedure on a patient and then gave gave a patient lots of the normal instructions. In the patient was sort of out of town in the local hotel and was dropped off header caregiver take care of so forth. But she was inspired that evening instead while you know I I, think it can drive home and so got caught in the car and tried to drive home. But was pulled over and because she had. Medications on board. was arrested so. Keno meant to jail with the fresh faceless. Yeah. But you know it doesn't matter the reason if you're driving, you know under the influence and that's a that's recently to to. Be Arrested. The thing is we have very, very important and detailed instructions afterwards. Obviously, let's take care of herself. Obviously don't drive the same day. And so WE DO GET IN TROUBLE On an occasion when those? Instructions aren't abided by I have one patient who who was a avid golfer and so three four days after the facelift went out and golf, and so forth and came in and the fifth day with with lots and lots of swelling. As you'd.

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The Demoscovery

Daily Sales Tips

05:36 min | 1 year ago

The Demoscovery

"In yesterday's tip from pornography Hindu Burnell called me out for not having featured any tips related to demos on the podcast. He was right and he did something about it by sharing his own tip which was fantastic. I thought I'd continue on the theme and turn this into a bit of a demo weekend and share one of my personal philosophies around on demos and a strategy that used to work really well for me now to be fair. I haven't really done demos the last few years as I've been working in the professional services space but before that when working with Alachua and then in the event technology space as much as possible I did my own Demos Mos- I always wanted to show my prospects that the solution was easy and intuitive enough for the sales guy to us because I always worried that bringing in some technical expert to run the demo just implied that it was difficult or complicated. It also put me in a position to control everything everything. I didn't have to stress so much about having a perfect mind meld with my sales engineer. Who May or may not take people down a path that I thought would be the most relevant what I really WanNa talk about. Though is a process. I developed called the demos discovery. This was driven by the idea that so often Vinh. Your potential new client just wants to see a demo. They WanNa get a sense of the solution. See what it's actually about and make a determination for themselves around around whether or not it might help them solve a particular problem or business issue instead of doing that demo for them. We of course want to do a bunch of discovery. We want to try to understand their needs. Their pain points how much that gap in their business might be costing them all of that so instead of doing what the customer Marwan's we try to force them into a discovery process. That for them is a time commitment that they often can't even tell is going to be worth it or not because we haven't showed them anything it creates friction and really goes against what the customer wants. So I put the two together I.. I built a demo. That was all about give and take and allowed me to run a really good discovery process while also demonstrating the solution and now. I totally get that. This might not even be possible for some solutions but where I did it. Most effectively was in that event technology. Space he's one of the primary things that my future clients wanted to see was a walk through a of the event registration process both the front end and the back end. Fortunately for me the software was easy to use and super customizable so I built a demo event whereas we walked through that registration example example I had embedded all the things I wanted to know some elements. I would have pre filled based on the research in prep had done for the call so at its most most basic have their name email address. Company and title prevailed this. Let me show off some of the marketing capabilities and demonstrate how we could set things up to show things that we already knew about their ten dis. Once they clicked or registration link in an email from there I could talk to. Ah them about the events they ran. How many what type. How complex were they. How many people attended all those kinds of things while they're telling me this. I'm actually chilly capturing the details inside the demo then I could start asking about different functionality. They might need. Would they need to manage hotel. Registrations distractions where they want a mobile APP all those types of details. This is what drove the rest of the demo. I wouldn't show them anything that wasn't relevant if they don't need to worry about hotel registrations why on Earth would I show that to them if they told me. A particular capability was really important. I could go into more depth and also learned from them why that specific capability was so important was done and after using the option to register multiple. Attendees Simultaneously Ashley. If there were multiple people on the call I would show them the confirmation email capabilities here. I was able to send them that email confirmation with with all the details that I had just captured throughout the process. It was the ultimate leave behind. Follow up and it just happened in real time and of course that confirmation email came from my email address and included my contact details. Then as we transitioned into the back end I was able to show them their own data. How it was used. And what else we could do with it. Based on additional discussion around how they were hoping to make use of all this information mation to drive sales deliver better experiences or whatever else was important now. I wanted to give the specifics of this example to make it more real. Oh and show that. This isn't just some theory. Sure had about the perfect product. Her run this demo discovery process inside of. But I've been able to do versions Asians of this with other solutions. The point is this. Try to find ways that you can do your demo earlier turn it into a conversation instead of having a one way discovery conversation where you're trying to get everything you need and then doing a demo where you're providing a one way pitch. Try to combine the two and have a conversation.

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"alachua" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"alachua" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

"That's my. That's my suggestion. No no it's. It's a good suggestion any any listeners. Out there one onto take that on as a research project to find out. Yeah because Because I don't know for sure whether or not the promise was made but I mean you know if if the answer was no the answer that not only I won't put all the onus on trump but but you have I have to look at the whole picture meaning Congress right so if they said no why right see that that's never followed up by the media the F. all the why give me a justification because they don't like to give a justification because it can be picked apart of which left to do. Yeah all right our last article here. comes from native news online dot net another other great resource for you guys which is also on our media resources page on our website. title reads How how one tribe handled impeachment of chief Joe Bunch Remains on sorry. I'm reading this wrong. I think brother says how one tribe handled impeachment of chief job bunch remains chief will receive reprimand punctuation and they're all spot. aww Okay Brittany Bennett is the author of this Who writes out of a telephone Oklahoma or dot com again? It'd been Alachua has been a central theme this this episode for some reason this this is From the the key to abandon the Chair keyword thank you. Thank you both for the key. To a band of haircare Indians tribal. All Council voted to approve to impeach chief. Joe Bunch on five counts but not remove him from office during a hearing held Tuesday January seventh under the definition of.

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"alachua" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

09:55 min | 2 years ago

"alachua" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"That Santana in polo. Here's well, glad to have you along for the ride. So you see the story, just his story, I guess, the Obama administration said get all these speeches off the website. What? Yeah, I and this is even start reading it. No, no. Let's look, first of all, whatever's on, you might make it up. Eight nine four one pags joepags dot com. Big our coming your way bottom of the hour. It's going to be a doctor who has written a book about the role of males in our society in males have been beaten up. We've been treated like crap. We've been minimized, and he says. Dr Warren Farrell. He's got a book called the boy crisis that's at the bottom of this hour. Mccheese the ground, I want to start the store you gave you earlier with Rick to Santa's, the governor of Florida making a decision that is the polar opposite of Gavin Newsom did in California. About sanctuary cities. And then I wanna move into what the Obama administration, it's Devon reveal the Obama administration deleted a bunch of very important information and speeches from the ice website, Gration customs enforcement website right before the inauguration of President Trump's. Let's start with the with the sanctuary city thing, if you don't mind, okay? From the blaze Florida governor Ron to Santa say, Republicans signed a Bill Friday, basic Richardson is Ron, okay. Go ahead. Rick signed a Bill Friday, banning sanctuary cities in a state, according to the center for immigration studies. They're currently no sanctuary cities in state of Florida. But alachua county has declared itself to be a sanctuary county, Saint Petersburg, mayor Rick Christmas said the February two thousand seventeen blog post, he would have no hesitation in declaring Saint Petersburg, a sanctuary from harmful federal immigration laws, and, but a spokesman clarified a few days later, that he had meant only that it was a sanctuary in spirit at the sheriff of Pinellas county, which includes Saint Petersburg added. The county was not, and will not be a sanctuary county for people who commit crimes regardless of statements made for political purposes on Friday sent to sign the Bill, that would require state entities, local government entities and law enforcement agencies to use best efforts to support the enforcement of federal immigration law. Also specifically calls out unlawful sanctuary policies at a Santa said the law was the interest of public safety, adding that without the Bill illegal immigrants could commit crimes, and then just walk out the door and continue to do it. This was something that the Santa's had promised during his campaign and estimated. Two hundred thousand illegal immigrants live in the state of Florida. You wouldn't know this not criticizing just helping it. So let ya okay. So descente says, we're not having that here. And for those who don't know a sanctuary city or county or state in California is proud to be a sanctuary state for some reason that just means that they're not gonna work with federal authorities. It assisting the capture of those who are criminally entering the country. They're literally going to cut off ties with federal authorities who are trying to uphold our laws of this land, and keeping us safe at the motor. If you stop somebody in California, you can't ask if they're here they're citizens. You can ask if they're here legally, you can ask where they're from. You can't ask anything and available speak a lick of English. And there, there's somebody who clearly is not from this country because they're going to be getting at all. You're not from here. You're not allowed to ask anything. You're not allowed to exhibit any, they don't have driver's license that what you're gonna do. I've heard many stories at a so-called sanctuary areas where people don't have licenses. They don't have insurance and because they can't even. Verify who they are the police, their hands are tied. They just let them go. Have a nice one. You take care now when they should be hold off the jail. A very small amount of investigation would in fact show that many of these people are here illegally. Now, I thought I carry willing to be wrong about this one, I'm wrong about anything else, but willing to be wrong about this one. Even less than an hour to you. Vacation can you take this the snark off, please? You be nice for for. The cameras on me and say my expression. Oh, yes. Okay. Recording it. When it comes to what people can or can't do they pull somebody over. I it's, it's nuts to me. They literally, they just they shut off the ability, and I thought that all police agencies. Police officers were sworn in on the constitution. Aren't they? They're not. I thought they were. And if they are that, that means that they're swearing in to uphold the laws of the land, and not just the county or the city or the state, but the land now again, I have never been sworn in as a police officer. I wanted to be wrong. Maybe there's an individual's swearing in for for different police agencies. But if you're a police officer in California, you're sworn into the constitution of the United States. You swear to uphold that comes the tuition. What are we talking about here? Why is there a separation of? Law enforcement nationally. And locally. There shouldn't be right. It's the weirdest thing it's the strangest thing I've seen. And yes, there are different dynamics like in Texas. If you get caught with a very small amount of marijuana, it's a felony. In some states like California and Colorado. You can have it for recreational use, and it's not a problem at all. So there are different laws. I get that. But the constitution doesn't cover drug user or levels of, of illegality or legality of drugs. So that is up to local municipalities. The is clear on immigration, and naturalization at if you're sworn in on the constitution, you are agreeing to uphold those laws yet. California is proud to turn a blind eye. Well, Florida now, I think makes run to scientists makes the right move. And he says, you know what we have to do this, because I know there are some counties that are knowing the laws, and they're not working with law enforcement. Interesting move for me. But again, it's one of those that I don't think it should be necessary. Now, let's, let's go from that story to one that Brian sent a while ago, which is about with the Obama administration. I guess this this website says it has proof that the Obama administration like wiped the website before it left helping hundred sources from fast company in the last hour of the Obama administration's time in office staffers at immigration and customs enforcement removed hundreds of speeches and testimonies dating back to two thousand four from the agency's website, according to a watchdog group at the transcripts contain prepared remarks submitted a congressional committees often controversial topics like the standard of medical treatment for detainees at treatment, unaccompanied, children sanctuary cities, drug trafficking, and e-verify. That's according to the sunlight foundations, a web integrity project at the groups that they were removed between the early afternoon of January eighteenth and late evening of January nineteenth in two thousand seventeen mere hours before the inauguration of Donald Trump, quote with a couple of clicks of a mouse access to a federal government web. Resource containing twelve years of primary source materials on ISIS history was lost the group in a blog post. I given the heated coverage of the immigration crisis the Mexican border. It's notable that the script speeches included. Testimony from Thomas Homan than executive assistant director of enforcement and removal operations. It was appointed acting director of ice by President Trump's soon after his inauguration in February two thousand sixteen statement to the Senate Judiciary committee, about the unaccompanied children crisis home described how the agency used contractors to effectuation the transportation of UC unaccompanied children, Andy tell the important steps. The Obama administration had taken to deter legal immigration in another transcript from the sign home, described how local jurisdictions that chose to limit or decline cooperation with ice, put the public at risk as the web integrity project notes considering the partisan wrangling over the immigration crisis. It's not inconceivable that outgoing democratic administration might one of preserving these public stances for future scrutiny. But it remains unclear why those transcripts were removed. I rep for ice did not return a request for comment, some, the transcripts were available elsewhere online, such as the government publishing office and the department of homeland security, but others were not. And this unlike foundation found that quote, we were unable to track down a large number of the speeches detailing efforts in this spreadsheet and emphasizing the importance of web archiving by outgoing administrations. So if I'm to understand the correctly again. I'm all for you. Correct me if I'm wrong. It sounds like Obama on his way out knew that what he had done, and I guess George W Bush done for him because he said back two thousand four right? He knew that there was an alignment on left and right. Democrat and Republican on how important it wasn't secure the border. It sounds like there was agreed on how we should treat unaccompanied children. Now how you treat people violating the law by coming across. It sounds to me like they were afraid and again, please, I'm not being sarcastic. Tell me from wrong. It sounds like they agree. They being the Obama administration and the Democrats and the left with what this president is saying, but if they're seeing through these speeches and through these documents online to have agreed that they have no leverage, and calling him a racist or whatever. My hearing you, right? Right. Right. Describe how local jurisdictions that chose to limit or decline cooperation with ice, put the public at risk, and that was the Obama administration. Wow. The Obama administration, basically according to this report. Said sanctuary cities were bed. That it was actually hurtful to their communities by not cooperating with ice. My hearing it right? Yes. I mean bet that is a, it's a landmine that's, that's a blockbuster's with that is that's huge. Eight eight nine four one pags, edit eight nine four one seven two four seven. Do you have a better understanding of what a sanctuary city is? And what are your thoughts when you hear that the Obama administration on the way out allegedly wiped clean the speeches? That would have proven that there was an alignment between left and right. When it came to our borders and immigration ended, eight nine four one pags, joepags dot com..

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Most of 12 confirmed cases of mumps in Alachua County involve UF students

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00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Most of 12 confirmed cases of mumps in Alachua County involve UF students

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News in Brief 1 May 2019

UN News

02:54 min | 2 years ago

News in Brief 1 May 2019

"This is news in brief from the United Nations. The UN agency mandated with protecting sexual and reproductive health or UNFPA turned fifty these weeks celebrating its role saving millions of women's lives in protecting their futures in a video message to Mark this milestone secretary General Antonio tales congratulated UNFPA on its work improving the wellbeing of people around the world warning that today the world needs UNFPA more than ever your efforts have been particularly instrumental in enabling women and couples to access the sexual and reproductive health care, they need he said in in preventing gender-based violence, tackling female genital mutilation in child marriage practices. UNFPA supports reproductive health care for women in use in more than one hundred fifty countries home to more than eighty percent of the world's population briefing, the UN Security Council the UN peacekeeping chief said on Tuesday that United Nations Security force for ABI known by the acronym. Unicef remains essential. To stability into disputed border region between Sudan and south Sudan JEM alachua proposed. The creation of civilian unit to support progress towards a political resolution and requested a six months extension of UNICEF as mandate this modest shift in the missions role is necessary to match the reality on the ground. He added explaining that a civilian competent with enable the mission to support the party's the African Union high level implemention panel in the African Union Commission to provide daily solutions stressing that while the situation generally remains calm amid efforts by the Dinka in Missouri communities to preserve peace through dialogue, Sudan, south Sudan. If made no progress on the issue of ABI, actor and director, Ben Stiller, testified on humanitarian impact of the eight year war in Syria on Capitol Hill in Washington DC on Wednesday. The brutal conflict has displaced over five point six million people since two thousand eleven the Hollywood star. Appeared before the United States Senate foreign relations committee in his capacity as goodwill ambassador for the UN refugee agency or UNHCR highlighting the desperate circumstances faced by Syrian families. He had met in refugee camps. You reminded US politicians that behind the numbers. There are real stories in real people. Mr. Steeler shared the story of Syrian twins resin and yet Zan who left Syria when they were four months old eight years later has an works selling vegetables in Lebanon to help his family make ends meet. We all want the same things to see how children grew up and achieve their dreams. He added Syria accounts for the world's largest number of forcibly displaced people. According to NHCD are Mrs Stihler has traveled on mission to Guatemala, Germany, and Jordan to meet with refugees who have fled their war-torn homes and a carbon UN news.

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"alachua" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"alachua" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Made in nineteen seventy five. Oh, yeah. I remember when it first came out. I was in DC at that time. And I remember watching it. I mean, I went to a theater and saw it man that was a scary movie. And it started out scary and got scarier, but it was a great to have such few scenes that could scare the wits out of you. Yeah. I mean, there's only like one or two but lasted the whole movie and every time you heard that musing. I mean, even if you lived in Mississippi were like you went to the beach. You look out there like. I don't think I'm gonna go see any out here. I've seen him out in the bay from the condo before dark. How do you know on a dolphin in? Well, it could be a dolphin. But because you do see dolphins very often. Almost daily you find them out there. Hey, this is just outrageous. And we're going to have to do something about it. Pasco man is in jail after he hit his girlfriend with a burrito. Peter alachua forty-one arrested in connection was something that happened last week he arguing with his girlfriend and at some point they say shoved her into a chair and through his burrito etter hitter on the left side of her face. And the first deputy saw the contents of the burrito on the victim's face, neck shoulder and chest area. Wouldn't it? Be condiments not contents. No. Here in Lockwood left the scene after the incident, a call to let them know. And I g refused cooperation. So he was making a run for the border after he threw his burrito lettera. Yeah. They were able to eventually find him and arrest him for domestic battery. But now there are a lot of people calling for. A lot of people calling for burrito control. Yes. Five day. Wait every time. You order a burrito. You gotta wait five days. So they can check your background and make sure you're not gonna do something dangerous with it. What caliber burrito was it? I think it was a small caliber. Yeah. The weirdest thing is this happened like two weeks ago with another guy in Florida who was accused of smashing Taco Bell burritos in his wife's face during an argument. So this is in two weeks. We've had a burrito incident. Burrito control. Maybe it's a mood phase. There's got to be a background check on their burritos. We agree with Jacqueline. Stop wasting burritos. Everyone six fifty cents sauce was an AM Tampa Bay..

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"alachua" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

08:16 min | 2 years ago

"alachua" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"Dot Com all right. Let's pick it back up with Matt and the second part of his interview well radio. Thanks so much joining us today. I feel like we could go for an awful long time talking today to our guest today outshooting and he is the C._e._o.. Of warfronts he has run many companies he was the president of Alachua leading through the acquisition by Oracle he has been on the board of numerous companies and is now <hes> not Zeo from also the author author of the new book done right before the Break Asher hockey does exercise workflow and there's so many great servants holes in here. I feel like even if people don't take the entire tool kit and workflow. There's components that are really really important. One of the very end workflow you call the done right value pyramid. Can you talk a little bit about what that is and how people put that into practice where we actually do at the very end is is each chapter is a building block basically in terms terms of building a work plan that allows you to be to be successful in executing work and so starting from the very beginning of are you able to explain to people why you're doing the tasks..

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"alachua" Discussed on V103

V103

13:11 min | 2 years ago

"alachua" Discussed on V103

"Back time. Check for you right now. Six seventeen we are joined on the line this morning by Jamie Kelvin of the invisible institute as well as Turney cannon Lambert trying to get closure on what is probably the close of the long trial of Jason Van Dyke for the murder of lukewarm McDonald. As Jamie mentioned before we headed into break there. It all began, of course in twenty fourteen when Van Dyke fired sixteen shots into alachua McDonald as he was walking away from police. And so then all of it came to a head in probably conclusion this past Thursday when Cook County associate judge Dominica Stevenson decided to acquit three Chicago police officers. Why do you think she arrived at that decision cannon? And in many cases, she said that the case that was presented to her required to come up with that judgment. I think your question is one that's going to ring in the years of of of many of us for very long time. There's not a real solid answer. Frankly, I did seem that she was almost pointing that be prosecutors suggesting that there was something short that they didn't do. But it strikes me as odd given that it's pretty clear that the representations made by the officers were different than what was captured on video. And when you've got that it seems to me that it's pretty clear that they misrepresented on a on a on a on a document that was supposed to have been something can be relied upon. I think it underscores sort of the frustrations that we have that even in the face of clear indication misrepresentations lies being told covers up cover-ups being engaged in. But still we we don't see Justice looking at it through different lenses and coming up with peril, Alexa, views and reality. And jamie. You covering this trial for so long here. How did you feel when that decision was handed down by judge Stevenson? You know, I was not surprised having sat in the courtroom and seen the direction of things during the trial. Yeah. I think her her ruling if you if you read through it, actually reads like closing argument of chance. You know, she was so aligned she was so aligned with the the defendants in this. You know, she we know this about. The court system. This is I think what the major takeaway from from that ruling. I think there too. I is that judge's function as a certain judges as an integral part of the machinery of what we're calling the code of silence. You know in accepting what code of silence is in some ways, not the most helpful turn. Because what we're talking about as official lying. We're talking about about qualification of reality by government officials, and and the judges have so readily accepted testimony from officers who may know or are what they say twenty six in California test testifying. The second thing though, which I think is a is an equally important point to see is, you know, we talk about the code of silence as a kind of pervasive culture in the department. And I think one of the things that was all by this case, putting aside the judge and putting aside some of the issues about how the prosecution went forward. To the extent Dakota silence. Pervasive culture throughout the department. It becomes elusive for legal categories to capture. So this was a conspiracy case if everybody kind of assumes it's their job to lean in on this false narratives, you don't need to have a formal conspiracy in the sense of people, you know, agreeing to of course of action is just assume everybody's de facto job description to to build a narrative that justifies what happened. Well, so, you know, their major takeaways from that case quickly. And what would be those major turquoise committed to their. Well, I think those two you know, that you we see how judges implicated in this larger machinery. Apartheid Justice that keeps producing results. But also that the code of silence. Really? I mean, we need the criminal laws among the tools. It's we we need leadership in the department. We need, you know, really strong rigorous administrative sanctions for this kind of behavior. If we rely on the backstop of the criminal law, and in fact, Marvin hunter said that you know, it's gonna take legislation out. No, William Callaway was encouraging people to vote when to go to the phone lines right now, we're going to begin with somebody that definitely has perspective on code of silence, and what you may consider to be police overreach, and that is Antonio rare who is the father of Quintanilla Greer Antonio your common to question. Go ahead. I'm telling you. Antonio you're on. Yeah. You comment a question. Good go right to it, man. Just say the fact that nothing ever really changed with blue wall. No matter how many different definitions we put on it. I don't know how we gonna fix this problem. But we need to stand up more. Public officials and things like that. About living in first hand. I see why. A lot of people are quiet. Throwing a lot of money in these politicians. They out the way on Carnegie members until we problem we've got to continue down the same thing. We're having. Follow people such as the judges, the lawyers the state's attorney all of that. So afraid of the system because it's overruled by people who are totally corrupt. So whether it's true or not they can accuse you of anything and take your career away, and they are gonna lose out on their careers. So they along with the status quo feel like about living this myself personally. And I know there's probably speed. Also staying. Love the judge just was afraid afraid of what someone makes eight. For inland. Career. They come out and do what the right thing. Just man accountable for what he has done. And I feel that at the end of the day, Mr. Calvin and others as long as we keep pushing forward and the man in the people that have been hiding come out of Santa quiet mouth. The laws they keep having the money wanna keep following the status quo. So I think that Calvin and everyone else is great valiant effort in what they have done is bigger than we are. And it was just beginning. Oh, no, correct way to do it because we have so much for us. There is always there. I wanna I just want to correct you there. There is always a correct way to do it. And you know, we opened up our comments this morning, actually, the show mentioning the words of Dr Martin Luther King when he said, let us realize the arc of the moral universes long, but had bins towards Justice. You got it always want to do the right thing. That's only thing. I wanna say Antonio, okay. Okay. As lands news, FOX, she's turning. She should be out there and outrage about this. And she wasn't about Kelly. NFL guilty. Don't get me wrong. The end of the day. Why did your hands stick out for certain cases? But other cases. Okay. Eight that's legitimate. That's legitimate concern that you have as well as question, but I got to try to get to as many phone calls as I possibly can. Okay. Because the lines are completely lit up. And as always man, I appreciate your comments. Okay. Thank you for your time. So I appreciate you and everyone else. Thanks guys doing a great job down. Let's keep fighting that good fight everyone. There you go. Moving on right now. We're going to go over the brother hall brother hall, calling from Chicago, you're on with Jamie Kelvin and cannon Lambert you come to question this morning. Thank you so much. Good morning, Daryl and just for the record. I totally agree with last call all, but what you corrected them on deal because you're right. We can make this thing. Work a good morning to you and your guests. You got to just to add some historical perspective on. No. That Jamie knows about this indefinitely can in does when you look at. It was Justice says that were pointed by conservative. Dwight Eisenhower that actually ended up being the justices that helped bring about some of the most dramatic civil rights changes for the positive for this country. It was Johnson. It was Johnson. Johnson Earl Warren Warren, right, right? And Warren was an appointee. If I'm not mistaken cannon by you know, Eisenhower, no question. I was just going to elaborate on the legislation has gone over rights it with Johnson. Yeah. Of course, put Kennedy candidates. But it was all Johnson. Right. But let me let me go on because you'll have a lot. I think we were playing. I think we'll play about politicians. I think we played by the system because I'm concerned. I was there for the beginning of this there at the end, I was there when the three policemen were let go, and I was there along with a different others for the decision on the quantum McDonald? And he just say for me, the cold, the sinus was on trial. And I don't think that we prepared. We should have demanded a dream team. We should have a. And and that's nothing to take away from sister home. I think he was trying to do a good job, but we should have prepared for that. We should have had Lambert or grant as an outreach to her to help her a pair for this the, and I think we we, you know, we always come at the end of it and say, well, we all well, we maybe we looked at it a different way Roach too late now in terms of that. But for me. Look one Donal was I in the teal, and I think at this point. All of us all of us. And I didn't just say black anybody that understand that Justice for all key. Then we all need to put in and say, this was an injustice. If you talk with your attorney there, he would clearly probably agree with me that it best. There was a conflict of interest with him particularly with the three that was let go. We. Where is LeRoy Martin? We need to hear some real answers about how the ball drop. And I thank you so much rubber Calvin. I thank you attorney Lambert. This morning to Canada expected because we're we're told up from the bottom up from this now. And I think I thank you Dale and be one two three for giving us a platform to be able to discuss it. And that's basically what I wanted to say. In those comments definitely cannon quickly. Chime in there in terms of what brother hall add to set. Yeah. I think he's right. I think we are all very very hurt. I know at the beginning we were talking about how this is a different city. I'm not sure that I would go so far as to say, this is a different city. What I would say though, is is it people are different. We are beginning to remind ourselves of the power that we have. Because when you do look at the fact that we had an impact in terms of Anita Alvarez, and now FOX being her replacement when you look at the fact that. During McCarthy was no longer, and he's no longer the police the top cop in Chicago. It shows you that we have power you look at one of your guests is doing a half Calloway..

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"alachua" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"alachua" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Right now, it's only like twenty by fifty. Yeah. But that's that's huge to me. That's that's all that. That'll yeah. I have three quarters acre in folks. Vacation used to sell the Chinese restaurants. I going with the BOK Choy and the Dicon snow peas. Join the ecstasy's. Well, you know, that's the great thing about vegetables, you can do a lot in a relatively small area many years ago. Oh on my national show. I had a I had a regular guest. I believe they were out of Pasadena. They were out of Pasadena, California, and they had a regular size lot in a regular neighborhood. It was just a small line wasn't big. And they made a living off of that. And they did what you did. They sold to the different they all organically, and they were one hundred percent vegetarian their family, and they had plenty of food for themselves, and they did canning and all of this all on one line. It was in other words, it was what the definition now is of sustainability, and they were literally living off of the land. It was pretty amazing. We're talking about the deer proof landscape. I was thinking to myself. I'm not a vegetarian that sounds like Bambi burgers to me. Well, I'll tell you one thing they can do a lot of damage and the deer population. They're multiplying like rabbits in so. I'll go down the streets of alachua in the subdivision here, and they'll just stand on the street. Oh, like a gang. You just said it I patiently wait, and sometimes they don't want to move. They just stay right there. But anyway, listen, it was wonderful talking to you. Cindy, thank you. And I'm glad you brought up a major point about the winter vegetables. I if I may I wanted to tell you about this plant that I'd had for thirty eight years. I want to hear about it. Stay on the line. And we'll talk to you after the break. Just hold on..

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"alachua" Discussed on Nerdificent

Nerdificent

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"alachua" Discussed on Nerdificent

"Alachua on dot com. Hugh, U N G if you want to see the fo I'll put it in the footnotes. So if you Google search Gucci mane. That's probably a hundred percent hours at complex Khan. And this is a gal who painted like a giant like ten foot wide like oil painting of it. Oh, wow. Yeah. It's it's really incredible. And it was one of those moments where I was like, you know, everyone is out to your photo. I was like, no, that's where painting. I'm not taking away because like something that was just a couple of clicks it took while to build the set, but like is known oil painting. And she knew who you were right. Yes. I it was it was really cool moment. Like, she I walked into her booth to look at it. And then she looked at me. She's like, oh my God. It's you and I was just like. And it was really funny because she thought I was going to be bombed or whatever have never like she put in so much hard work in like G knew what it looked like kind of funny because you know, photographer. Yeah. Yeah. Honestly, one of my biggest fears of me doing my death Jaguar toy because it's really made is this companion piece to the m one go jet Jaguar toy which is like a really celebrated Safavi toy company from Japan and so- qualms become friends with the creators of that brand. And I remember I gifted him my toy and so giving it to the the guy that had the inspiration to it. I was worried I was like this guy's getting get mad. You took my stuff, and he was just so thankful. He actually gifted me. A jet Jaguar piece. I was missing from my collection. Oh, gave me this glow in the dark one that I'd never had. And so it was really a beautiful. And this is actually a good moment to talk about 'em one because they're a vinyl. Toy company they in a way, they kind of fit that designer vinyl thing they're part of the inspiration. Like a lot of people definitely like by their stuff and. Vibe with it. Because what it is. Is there done to look like toys that would fit in line with the original toys from like the seventies? Yeah. But they're modern takes on of characters in the things that you wouldn't have originally received back in back in the seventies. Because you're taking as you, you know, you lay out a toy line, you pick the most popular characters, and then you make toys of them. And what you g and meet you would do is. They would take the c list characters like, obviously over the years growing up watching a film and being like, they never made one of, you know, the twins of from autho, and they would make those toys that would fit as a companion to peace to fit fill the hole that you had as a collector in Eugene like when you use the term super collector or somebody who's like it. He embodies that like, you know, anybody that pretty much collects anything excited for side for maybe four stalker men. Is like you're like a duplicate of this guy because this is a guy who will go in. He will collect every version of everything down to movie props. You know, like signatures from actors. I it's like molds from movies. Like, you're like, oh, here's a mold from gremlin arm. He's like, oh, I have that man. And it's pretty incredible that he has taken that sort of fan dome. And then he has like this toy company, and there's there's actually a really great story that he uses because he was the first guy from what I understand to create a one to one replica of the of the Terminator. Wow. And I believe of STAN Winston that that that created we can factor. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So what was that movie never have a full-scale prop or you just replicated? Well, he he created the model kit that you could buy of the of the of the end of skeleton head, and he had put some little things in it..

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"alachua" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"alachua" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"We're on free speech TV let's go to Bob from Oklahoma? Bob how do you pronounce the town that you are. Calling from Alachua Taloqan was going. To go to lock well I'm, glad. I asked of course I still got it wrong go ahead Cherokee word I. Appreciate it What does it mean to you know now after it was moved so abruptly, from the east My comment today has to do with. It frivolousness of the hacky sack sort of political hacky sack played in. The major media alad he's been addressed already today on the show at the dress every day Talk radio, talk TV but it's not really when you say. We're going to start a movement yeah Trump gets way too much attention fascist that. Support Trump even those who would say without a blink of the eye I'm not a. Fashion with the sashes corporate fascist the underlying sort of libertarian would be Terry and people in your community needs to be pinpoint in the community in the city, you live in wherever you can also have impact. The human the human costs for instance Human tragedy Going on in Yemen that I heard on NPR today a. Little, bit yeah You know they got it. All, twisted up they say the human suffering is caused by the economic problem no the economic problems are caused by the human. Suffering And until we get the economy in a state of regenerates Shivaji in sustainability we will not be experiencing democracy anywhere on. This planet and I think we need to, get, busy, with. The, movement of, pinpointing fascists. In your community that are, supporting Trump and continuing political hacky sack. Great every, election every election every election next. Election black, Dada da yeah we vote we're active we've had. Our, tires slashed we've had read all kinds of stuff And we're getting sick and tired Focus on, your own communities what I heard including. The fascists in your own community so I studied totalitarian regimes doing some I. Did a stint at UCLA and and And one of the learnings was that when, the precursors to the Nazis and Hitler himself and I am not wanting to draw a direct parallel to be very clear between this president and I'll filler when Adolf, Hitler and the early precursors to the Nazis began their rallies began their speeches began their movement building One of the, key reasons they kept going and it kept growing the kept focusing on, European jewellery was. Because that's what got the cheers Know Hillary didn't just start that fire he kindled it he Help. A weakened.

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"alachua" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"alachua" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The break slept the car roll down the hill and crash course hand somehow i can't help feeling eating what i don't know this horrible house everything about it just plain evil all alachua don't you give it all up his obsession of yours you started writing a book doing cycle research to prove there were no such things as apparitions or ghosts i found out that i was wrong well what would you say if i told you that i'd already seen one apparition here that i was expecting to see another one oh no yes the first evening i came here i saw calhoun i talked to him he showed me around the house and later on i discovered that he has died the day before i waited for him to come back again but he never did i finally realized why he couldn't come back because he hadn't died here died at the sanitarium now i'm waiting for sanders to come back standards but but he didn't die here either he died i i don't like it here i'm afraid i'm going you can help me come on in here under the pilot come on gene later i'll tell you very interesting story about this room about something that happened here a long time ago all right yeah gene i've just realized i've been very stupid calhoun couldn't come back again because he didn't die did die here but he wasn't very good now i'm beginning to think that his spirit can only materialized in the place where it's buddy what's that got to do with me yeah has anyone know that you came here tonight why why good do you mean and what are you doing with that cave.

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