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How Ear Hustle Went From Winning a Contest to Becoming One of the Most Successful Podcasts of All-Time

Inside Podcasting

02:34 min | 2 months ago

How Ear Hustle Went From Winning a Contest to Becoming One of the Most Successful Podcasts of All-Time

"Hello and welcome to incite podcasting. The show in which creators discussed their craft. I'm your host Sky Pillsbury. You just heard the voices of visual artists. Nigel poor and former prison inmate Alan Woods. They are co host and Co creators of Ear Hustle which tells stories about daily life inside San Quentin prison. The show which came to life after winning a podcast competition was an immediate hit when it launched in two thousand fifteen the show got a ton of press won awards. It seemed to be the podcast that everyone I knew was talking about and then in two thousand eighteen. Something pretty incredible happened then. California Governor Jerry Brown Commuted Orleans prison sentence Brown credited Orleans work on the podcast as a significant factor in his decision after twenty one years earlier on walked out of San Quentin a free man since then early on and Nigel and the rest of the ear hustle team have continued to tell stories about life on the inside but they've also reinvented elements of the show's format and explored new narratives on the outside. I'm going play you a clip from season. Four of the show in it. You'll hear Nigel. An airline speaking with curtis a newly released inmate about something that's been on his mind ever since he got out of prison. So here's the million dollar question man. Are you still a virgin killing me? Why she turned away was GonNa Take Care of yes. I'm still a virgin. Sadly how many days have you been a probably close to seventy okay? So what I know. That guys insider very preoccupied. About how quickly guys are going to have sex when they get out. I am on the side of. What is the rush rush is at many of us like myself have been on the inside for twenty four years with out sex so now we come out. We think that we're going to run right into the arms of some beautiful woman was just happening. So you WANNA have sex. You could just have sex but are you looking for sex or relationship so to ask her problem. Tell us about that clip from a season. Four episode called. I want the fairytale which is about dating after prison. It's one of the many fascinating episode ear. Hustle has reported on from the

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Satire in Strange Times Week

Feedback with EarBuds

03:56 min | 3 months ago

Satire in Strange Times Week

"This week's theme is satire. In strange times. The curator is Becka James. Here's why Becca chose the sleep. She says hello is Becka. James and the theme I chose is Satire Strange Times. I chose this theme because we're living in an exceptionally strange time and satire has the power to help process. What's happening and improve humanity by criticizing. Its Bali's and foibles. It will also allow us a hearty and necessary laugh. Here are the podcasts and episodes chosen by Becca along with short descriptions of each one first up is OPR's very fatal murder podcast. The episode chosen is the first ever of their first season in case you don't follow. Pr closely that acronym stands for onion public radio. It's from the onion. Expect very ridiculous levels of satire. Podcast made me laugh out loud. It is perfect the now times that we are in the next episode comes from a podcast called a woman smile and it's called a woman smile. Stylish it's thirty minutes long. Here's the description of the show. Women's smile is a podcast. Where Pattie Harrison and Laura Ramirez talk about well but especially the gentle and kind nature of a woman smile satire. Women are not gentle or kind. The next episode comes from a radio. Play called Lindsey. And it's called one God damn name. It's a fictional retelling of the story of the making of the parent trap and it is perfect. This first episode is mysterious and serious and will make you feel weird in a good way. Next up is an episode from a podcast. Called this Branchburg episode is called. Everybody wants to see my teeth. This podcast is about the fictional town of Branchburg New Jersey. In this episode. We meet Donald Franson who has a tying business. People come into the shop to have their ties tied each morning. And then what? I'll leave you on that cliffhanger. You must listen to learn the fate of Donald and the last recommendation comes from a podcast called bubble and is called hunters in this show. We meet Morgan. Who's pretty good at killing monsters? The narrator is topic. Evanston an actor and a writer who first came to the cultural consciousness at age twelve which she started a fashion magazine named rookie. The Morgan part satire. The taty stuff Israel. Why didn't you start a fashion magazine at twelve are the podcast and episodes recommended by Becca James this week for our theme Satire Strange Times? Hopefully these episodes will make you laugh a little and take your mind off. Reality Becca does satire. Thanks herself you can find out more and follow her on twitter at record flames. That's W. R. E. C. K. A. Flames each week in our newsletter which you can find and sign up for on our website ear buds podcast collective dot org are curator's have a chance to show off something that they love a project and nonprofit anything. Here's what BECO- wants us to know about. She says if you're looking for more podcast recommendations checkout vultures coverage where I write weekly comedy wrecks and long-form reviews and features also constant listener created by podcast obsessive and writer for the Av Club's pod mass. Ben Cannon is a great place to go for even more suggestions follow along with the discussion of this week's theme by using the Hashtag satire pods. Now it's time for podcast news each week on the show. We share PODCASTS. Industry News from the inside podcasting newsletter which is written by Sky Pillsbury. Here we go. I the inside podcasting. Podcast is back for season two. This is a show hosted by skype. Pillsbury where she interviews podcast creators about their craft in this coming season. Get excited to hear from Cara Swisher of Rico Decode Nigel poor and Alan Woods of ear. Hustle Moon Faces James Kim and so many more amazing creators

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"alan woods" Discussed on The Truth

The Truth

03:32 min | 5 months ago

"alan woods" Discussed on The Truth

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"alan woods" Discussed on Radio Diaries

Radio Diaries

02:35 min | 5 months ago

"alan woods" Discussed on Radio Diaries

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"alan woods" Discussed on Criminal

Criminal

02:21 min | 5 months ago

"alan woods" Discussed on Criminal

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"alan woods" Discussed on Ear Hustle

Ear Hustle

04:03 min | 6 months ago

"alan woods" Discussed on Ear Hustle

"What about sorry guys peeing bike? It's not so easy for Women To pee. So is that ever an issue? Believe it or not you're listening to ear hustle from PR XS Radio Tovia. I'm Alan Woods. My co-host just asked a very unusual. I did an important question if your lady truck driver. I'm not a lady truck driver Nigel. Poor and we're doing something very different sedan your hustle. This is not a regular ear hustle episode season five begins on March fourth but in season four we interviewed a woman by the name of Erica. Solano she had done time in prison and we talked to her about a romantic life post prison and also the dating advice. You have people just getting out of prison. We heard her in episode called. I won't the fairytale and since getting out of prison. Erica has become a commercial truck driver and I don't know why but at the end of the interview I was just curious about you know peeing. I mean mail truck. Drivers can just an empty bottle but it's not so easy for US chicks. I don't have a problem. I have a strong bladder and I drink tomato juice so I do have to use the bathroom a lot but I just stop and I use the bathroom wherever I stop but For guys it's Gross. 'cause they don't have strong bladders and they just pee wherever they wanna be but for women There's there's contraptions to use. That's always wondering what are they. Have you ever seen them? No Russia okay but I was at a anyhow. We got to talking to Erica about trucking and it turns out that it's not uncommon for incarcerated people men and women to get into trucking when they get out new guys inside who spent a lot of time reading books trucking. They were getting ready for those tests when he got out. And since I've gotten out I've met a couple of truckers on parole. I mean after being contained in that one little itty bitty area for year. You just want to get out there. Get on those streets and hit the road. I mean even me. I love you loving. If I have to go somewhere calm I know appear prison both shackled in looking at another cars and seeing people free. You just want to be on a row. That was me so I mean if I wasn't doing this podcast I might be on a roll myself. Truckin Oh my God. Indeed I mean isn't slightly. Do that in any case we decided to revisit. That tape of Erica talking about trucking in honor of a brand spanking new podcast launched by radio. Be a you know that network. That was a part of this. Episode is part of a Special Radio Topa wide project welcoming new radio. Toby show into the family. It's called over the road and it tells the story of American long haul truckers changing and culture daily life on the road. You have driven a truck for almost forty years now with some help from the good folks at Radio. Topi overdrive magazine. I'm GonNa take you along for a ride. That's the host of over the Road Paul. Maher offer been driving for something like forty years. I actually talked to Paul while back just when he was getting going on developing this show. We chopped up about podcasting which was an honor. Made me feel like an Paul. He was very passionate and knowledgeable about his truck and going deep into the world of trucking. We're a family to live at Marie. Lead it to hear stories of the past. You need to step away from here strings on the steering loan changing today. It's the freedom of it and that's kind of being taken away. I'm long-haul Paul. And this is over. The road. First Episode Rolls Out February twentieth forever. You find.

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"alan woods" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

17:45 min | 8 months ago

"alan woods" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"Yeah I can't say that the ecosystem is as young as naive as it was when I first joined but I also can't say that it's anywhere close to like an actual competitive cutthroat warlike environment like any other industry as Most code is still being shared freely really And the projects that don't share that code freely are like Asterix's at the bottom of an article geico right like they're basically going to be left behind just because of how fast things are changing. And if you have a limited narrow narrow minded Mike Set of contributors working on something in a closed environment. There's no way you could keep up with the changes changes that are going on around here or even the people that you know other you can look at their code. But it's patented so if you look at their code then you're basically basically opening yourself up to lawsuit risk H bar. Whatever that's called Hendra Hash graph eighteen names there now? Code Asterisk Code is I think the code is open. Yeah the codes open. Just don't then you're opening yourself getting suit right like I. I mean it is absolutely insane like why would you ever look at their code. I mean it's like you like if you're successful the and then they'll sue you eventually like. It's almost almost like A. It's like a patent you know I mean. Pat Is always start off to defensive. Yeah Yeah Yeah but they always start out defensive and then when they think they can you know like when they get sold to the next big company Like because there was the you know the company failed like and then they get purchased by patent all and then they get the big companies get sued you know. Mrs Like the a satellite cycle of like what happens in with IB. Unfortunately I mean the whole system is like a scam. Let's be honest with you but Yeah I don't know I mean sorry I got off on a ran on on that but it's So in the context of the League Alan Woods article. It's essentially that He predicts that people start using Or abusing abusing other platforms as a way to get one up on their competitors and that the current level will of openness and sharing within blockchain projects is doomed in the near to long-term Because essentially people aren't behaving as if they are competitors he might have been talking About himself as if like he wasn't treating it theory as a proper competitor If theorem did start treating them as the proper competitor at a certain point after being called out by several individuals on twitter as like trying to poach talent to a new vision new product and basically pointing out the fact that they're developing their own implementation rather than like building off the two. I kind of have a controversial opinion on this and my opinion is that having a completely legally independent and opinionated implementation of a way to scale blockchain technology. I'm glad lab. They have the funding to try it. I'm glad they have the independence to pursue it and it's interesting that they have like a solid cohesive vision that is. Let's be honest not exactly up for debate As to how they will accomplish this. It's definitely interesting like coming from an engineering perspective. I'm glad they're trying to solve some problems that that I don't see an immediate solution to and basically. That was a nice way to say that I talked to a lot of people that don't think we'll ever work in the Ultima Vision But you know we'll say right but that's a hard problem to actually actually like have like legitimately different chains in like any meaningful consensus is like. Yeah Plus The plus the differences of having ving different consensus mechanisms that coalesce into a central consensus mechanism and that the main chain is actually like the root route authority And any other chain can be Essentially like encoded as a light client and as a two the main chain fascinating the implementation details and the complexity to it are yet unsolved. But like it's Kinda cool that they get to do their own thing you know like maybe there. There will be things that they do really well. Maybe there'll be things. That theory too does better than the original negative assumptions of some of their team members from like four years ago. Oh and it's like one of the things is like were building difficult. Unproven untested assumptions and we essentially have to predict what technology technological advances or going to exist. Like nick two years from now. In order to appropriately be able to accomplish some of the development goals for some of these projects polkadot and eath eighth to both have massive research hurdles That are still unsolved. And it's Kinda cool and it's kind of important that we have projects that are legitimately trying to like solve these problems right. And I can contrast honest to other projects that have a that basically under sell or try to like ignore nor some of the risks inherent to their scaling solutions as opposed to trying inventing something new and like instead I dunno they implement a What's it called? They implemented classical consensus mechanism without civil resistance but but they have some kind of like voting mechanism for example. Okay cool. That's it's not fundamentally interesting. And it has is like structural weaknesses to it that anyone who's tried to build this type of thing can spot instead they just try to cover over for it with like marketing and patents and whatever they can to essentially obfuscate the fact that they're fundamentally not solving a problem and they're just making compromises. That should be unacceptable. But Yeah I think I. I think it's a legitimate attempt and I think it's important that we have other like completely independent Projects Objects implementations. But I hope he's wrong. Not Not in like his idea and vision of what he wants to build the software that I honestly like wholeheartedly hope that he succeeds because having wars I asked yes in the in the actual attitude and approach of these teams and the idea that collaboration can't exist in the idea that because we're all competing businesses. We can't treat this like an academic exercise and share the coolest innovations vacations amongst each other. which was one of the key talking points that he mentioned he said that? Mature companies don't share openly all all of their cool stuff basically saying that like facebook doesn't reveal like the major competitive advantages advantages with their graph database system. Right like they don't open source all of their early graph Q.. L. Work things like that. IOP's drawn as as someone who who has experienced this ecosystem system when People actually do want to accomplish something different. And they don't want to establish a traditional monopolistic stake business venture that just makes enough revenue to be able to create a walled garden and kind of create at a mini monopoly within a new industry I hope he's wrong about that. Part of the Vision for sure as one of his called it real politique of business. It's like rail. Politique was an excuse back in the sixties for us to get involved in Vietnam right. It's in retrospect and in history. Rail politique wasn't that real and it wasn't that useful not at the time and definitely not historically but that's like a different aspect and the idea being like is the rest of the boxing industry forced to just kind of like fight it out like Lord of the flies basically trying to one of each other because there is no cleberation between projects or teams anymore. I don't know yeah and I mean it's interesting because like Gavin Evan. From the Mon of Polkadot his pitch was always like you can go back. And Look it's like and we are declaiming like the end of maximalism. We are the Anti Maxima must and yet like this you know. The article basically sounded like undeclared like the most maximalist philosophy. I can think of you know which you know. I don't know we'll we'll say like you know as you were saying like. How are they pitching themselves? I think every at like in some sense everybody's a competitor to everybody in the space right like I don't like I feel like people that really think that the like like we're all like quote unquote center studying to be a lot of libraries get shared whatnot and so there is a fair amount of collaboration Like you know we'll see who wins and What personally I think? The inertia of the therapy is going to be very difficult to to match We'll see like a lot of projects. I mean cosmos was a big. It was a good good example of like somebody that started off. Trying to be super friendly super cozy up with a theorem. They even announced two years ago. You know now we are going to hard spoon to a theorem and you know like this big marketing to a fan developers and they they pitch that for a while and by the way you know. When the last time I heard somebody mention Cosmos hard spoon to a theorem holders? It was at least eighteen months ago like they haven't done it. I mean day of like become like that. I mean it's been like a ramping up. As they thought they were getting closer they have become more hostile and Morar are you know tribal listrik of their own and like you know. It's it is what it is right. I mean like Bitcoin is I had if they're am because they fear Theorem is like the main competitor to them and everybody else below ethereal also attacks theorem. Because they think that's their best chance of success so it's this weird You know like Theorem has always been attacked from all sides and You know despite spite that like it keeps growing developers. Keep not really seeing fiber alternatives. Frankly like without sacrificing major components through it It's it's also the facts that back in the day the I don't know if it was. It was Negotia Bitcoin Dot Org but anyways is one of the BITCOIN. Base newsletters was a productive and constructive Forum for debate in terms of the technology the trade offs and people honestly debated What the advantages and disadvantages are of implementing certain technologies and because of the large developer base? At a theory research has also become and I've always kind of admire the fact that they were opened to sometimes admit that another project has done something better than they did and also oh like extent olive branch to other groups of people that they respect like this Zeke Ashe Foundation Zuko and Ian Myers and the researchers that are involved there as well People have faulted ethereal for being too inclusive to open win like main stage DEFCON had random. I wouldn't call them competing. 'cause they're not on the same level projects like the the straight up like. There's no way you could say openly bras. It's on the same level. I don't even know like they have developers I but They essentially are competing ideologies and they are different visions different implementations but at at the same time like if they build something cool. Let's be honest there. Developers are going to look at it. They're going to review it but if nothing else like we should at least keep the openness the intellectual honesty to be able to admit when another project it has done something really cool and see if it is something that is worth implementing or taking into account or it's like building and the amount of people working on this Applications and like various layers and different different parts of it theorem. It's highly unlikely that there would be something successfully implemented That theory can't a similar late or used to improve their own protocol unless of course as in the case of Polkadot it is like a fundamentally mentally like top to bottom redesign re imagination and man. I hope they're code. Works like I hope It does what it needs to buy. I I also don't don't want blockchain to essentially become dominated by like the likes of facebook Apple Amazon. You know I don't want a a mono monopolistic organization growing out and I would rather it be an open source community that somehow figures out proper economic incentives for the people doing the work and in which the correct ideas of how to better and improve this ecosystem and the core clients to be honest. Because that's probably the hardest thing to actually fund And and they get rewarded properly in proportions. They're working their contribution their effort. And it's tough like if you're in back in the day there were like okay. Well we don't have to make colored coins on Bitcoin. We can have an entire platform and then no one's going to have to create another network for ICO's because they could build applications right on top up of this generalize -Able Smart Contracting Platform ended up and people instead used theorem smart contract platform to raise money and then they realized that there is no other way to develop a top twenty coin if they didn't have their own the protocol so.

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"alan woods" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:54 min | 8 months ago

"alan woods" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Kristin Johannsen KYW news radio police continue to investigate a deadly shootout in Jersey city yesterday that's coming up after traffic and weather on the news here's the race we got some slow traffic came on ninety five south bound is not nearly as bad as it did near Allegheny there is a broken down truck there had been in the center lane but we're moving a lot better than we were so now we go to a bridge issue where things are looking better here too they just got rid of the accident on the eastbound Platt bridge so right as you're getting off on it I just north of the airport and getting on the up side that's where it's still a little bit slow because traffic just finally getting through better there are lanes blocked now so the eastbound Platt bridge into south Philly we're doing okay another bridge issue were watching delay on the Commodore Barry bridge westbound on this is probably construction that they're setting up is just popped up I usually only let one lane by there I'm not seeing any big problems on the eastbound governor berry we're in pretty good shape all the other bridges looking just fine at twenty by Meyer ridge has that normal construction on it looking fine on the Schuylkill expressway east and west no major issues blue route for seventy six north bound watch out for a work crew that's just north of the Schuylkill expressway in the right lane they're working on the guard rail things are moving along okay on the PA turnpike and on the northeast extension two oh two in both directions this is just north of seventy three skip back quite we got some more going on there we've got a ridge pike and Alan wood road construction crew and then an accident in lower Providence ridge pike is closed between Evans were Evans Berg and Eagleville New Jersey forty two where okay fifty five to ninety five all those main roads of to be in really good shape right now and we're not seeing any main issues with any big issues on the main lines with mass transit in the A. Y. W. twenty four hour traffic center I'm Steve now the eyewitness weather five day forecast with CVS three meteorologist Matt Petersen clouds will slowly clear out as we go through the afternoon hours.

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"alan woods" Discussed on Without Fail

Without Fail

08:19 min | 9 months ago

"alan woods" Discussed on Without Fail

"Without fail conversation with Alan Woods when ear has launched it was a hit so so much so that your hustle and Sir making headlines The audio series ear hustle the first podcast to be produced entirely inside a prison has steadily league grown in popularity within a few months. It was at the top of the I tunes podcast charts and to date. Episodes have been downloaded more than six million times times their voices now stretching far beyond this prisons barbed wire covered walls and so a friend of airlines volunteer. The prison had an idea with the spotlight light on his work and having served now two decades of his thirty one to life sentence earl launch should put in for a commutation can official appeal to the governor to set him free. Just like putting a commutation. You know 'cause you doing all the good work you know you're you're you're you're rehabilitative work and you know you. Also you know basically teaching the world with a podcast in you know giving him to individuals in Cypher Information. And so you know you think of people get commuted. His people won't Devereaux. You not even really trip like that so I feel. I got the paperwork I went through it. Filled it out to the best of my ability and I actually got an interview with the It was like a parole agent three. They interviewed me and for my processing eligible to be eligible for commutation. Have your sentence commuted into be released from prison exactly exactly so. My process took loan because it took about a year because I had to go through The California Supreme Court and they'd have to agree with it so I went through through this whole process and a year ago The day before Thanksgiving I got the call from governor. Brown's office described that phone call. What what what would commend where you were so nobody really? Is this place in prison. Called the captain port. This is where all the administration people be. So you don't go. What is play you? Don't go in there and not unless you prisoner worker. You work in there So when they called me to the captain's porch how they do a guard incomes. So so what happened. Was You know in the media center is a phone and the media center in. Somebody's like a man. They got a phone call you and I got there and they were like The governor's office is on the phone and the ladies. In the governor's office. They broke the news down to me saying that. The governor owner is commuting. Your sentence To Be Released immediately on parole and I was listening to smile and say do immediate mean like right now I can go. Oh and he was like no no no. We got a process the paperwork but within the next five business days you go and I was like okay and this was the day. Hey before Thanksgiving meaning the next four days is not business days. I'm like It it's very appropriate time in one way because like thankful for right but on the other hand you gotTa hold this information for like nine days but it was the most beautiful feelings I was able to call my mom's and you know she was very elated. That like I'm the have a man home. You know my brother we've we've we pretty much been incarcerated you know a lot in our lives or long periods of time so It was a good thing you know and it was. It was like it was almost like the whole prison system up until that point was was like on my back like just whammy down like just with a life sentence. You don't know you. You just stuck. He just incapacitated basically and when they said that it just lifted up off me you know and it was. I started to to float. It wasn't even like walking no more. It was like just it's just it was it was unreal. It was the governor actually commuted. The sentence out of I don't know how many people in this prison system and and and and I really. I don't take it for granted at all because I it was another guy in a car with us. That's still in prison to twenty twenty-eight right you know Oh that was one of my co defendant. So I look at him like I know you know that could be me. I could still be in there. You know so November thirtieth two thousand eighteen Orlan Woods was released from prison on parole. There was an official letter from California's then governor Jerry Brown announcing his commutation governor. The Brown writes. Mr Woods has clearly shown that he has no longer than he was when he committed this crime and as evidence that the governor goes on to say quote he has set a positive example for his peers and through his podcast has shared meaningful stories from those inside prison. For All of these reasons I believe that Mr Woods is ready. Eight to be released on parole when you look back on your whole experience like how do you. What destroyed you? Tell yourself about that. Of course I have to look back I have to blame myself for Getting out there you know getting into The criminal activities But I think it was just me Doing what was being done in my neighborhood and not having the discipline to not go into that into that trade or not. Go that route but it was. It was it was heavily accessible. I mean I mean everything from drugs. weapons everything was accessible in the neighborhood. You know a lot of my friends. I ran into in prison. You know right it was like it wasn't a bad thing growing up like it was more like asks. What's up man you know got you know straight up art? You know it's it's almost it's like a badge of it. Sounds like it's almost like a scene of assigns accent is a badge of honor badges success But just to even think like that you know what what I'm saying like you know a lot of us got Our first felonies when we were like fourteen years. Oh you know in that pretty much takes you out the whole system like you know when you have a felony Unisys. This is the limits you In the future like limited jobs limits. Everything So we need to come up with you know. How do we stop this cycle? You went from an era where it was tough on crime superpredators in this any other now is like o-double-i-o-double-h hold up as a story behind all this how we can you can change. Change changed his story men. Hopefully you know through what we do. We're able to open people's minds up to something beyond a headline or something beyond that to where you know it's a it's a story of how people got here good or bad. It's the story when Earl and got out of prison. He had a job waiting for him on the outside as a full time producer working on Air Hustle. The fourth season of your hustle is out now now in it tells stories of reentry from the outside and Nigel poor joined by a new CO host. To tell stories from inside Saint Quentin. Your hustle is part of the radio. Topiary podcast chests network from PR X.. Available wherever you listen to podcasts without fail is hosted by me and produced by Molly Mesic Rob Zip going about our body. It is edited by me. Devin Taylor mixing by Keegan's Emma Music by Bobby Lord. If you'd like without fail follow the show. You can get every episode for free through spotify wherever you get your podcasts. Thanks for listening. Hey before we go so we have a favorite ask we love. It took just a few minutes to answer some survey questions for us. It would really help us out. Good without fail dot show slash survey seem small but it really does help us sponsors. Who support the show? One more time without fail dot show slash survey. Thanks to our sponsor linked in Lincoln jobs screens candidates with the right hard and soft skills for your business so you can hire the right person fast for fifty dollars off your first job. I Post a good lincoln dot com slash W. 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"alan woods" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer

Whine Down with Jana Kramer

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"alan woods" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer

"I posted and everything here is like this isn't that good every one of them honestly every we wanna be a part of it just because i'm so i'm so critical and i really want. I really want everything to be great. You know these movies are made for specific customers and i want it so important horton for them to be happy because if they're happy it means they're ordering more right but i'm always just so every single. One of them like that didn't really work or and it's just i'm. I'm sure you build it up to be like in your head. You just have these expectations and then probably nothing really meets matches your excitement going into going back to the house and all analogy but it's it's like it's like <hes> your bill calling you saying hey your your house is done. We stop a couple tweaks but come on out and you get out there and it's like the slab and the frame and you're like oh well. How am i supposed to live. It's like it's like it's not really the finished product you know but <hes> it's always good to kind of see it evolve typically by the third cut you you know it's it's looking good and then you lay the music in and then you do the sound mix and you know. I think that a friend of mine onset tonight he just having his family came into being extra tre and he knows nothing about the business. He's never been on a movie set and he's like how in the world the y'all pull this off like. We watch movies and you have no idea and it's insane. Ninety ninety percent of making a movie has nothing to do with a camera in an actor. It's like literally nothing. It's like. There's so much that goes into it. I mean i've got a guy right now. Who's like canvassing the streets looking for you know places that we can secure it apart one hundred extras that are going to be coming into the small town. It's like it's a tiny area. So where do you park one hundred people and then how do you get those hundred people from the parking lot to the area that they're going to be checking and changing and then where you feeding them. It's it's like as soon as the thinks about that. You know what i mean like. None of us think about that but that's like your job to think about that which i will kudos to you. Not only you not gotten know each other last couple of years. You're fantastic person honestly genuinely mean that and the fact that you're able to take because you guys get different crews no matter where you shooting right. You're bringing the same light eight people saying this the same that you are people. Still you still have new crews on certain things working with the fact that you're able to take those new people those new you personalities mold them. What the ones that you have around you and turn out. A successful project is fascinating very i mean i don't know a lot of people that could do that so occurs to you and what you do man i appreciate it. <hes> happy to come on and chat with you guys. It's been fun you know we're we're right in the middle of our final final day a week. One so congratulations it's going to be was a christmas on the river. No no no surprise here so you know christmas. Mississippi was jannah's china's last movie. I think we're onto something here. This one's christmas in louisiana so stop off to stay. Let's i do it yeah so we'll do christmas in tennessee next year christmas in hawaii alright start writing the script also. They're all three weeks for that one and this'll be out at the holiday season on lifetime. Yes it will all right all the other one shot. It's called a christmas. Wish christmas wish starring a few of janez is a former stars of one tree hill hillary burton tyler hilton lee norris barbara alan woods all sorts of three hiller. Listen to podcasts naturally sir colin fikus girl might sits a it's a star studded cast so <hes> that one and this one here. Did you guys announce. Who's in this this film or the what else it's <hes> you know so jana kramer percy daggs the third from veronica mars <hes>..

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"alan woods" Discussed on BiggerPockets Business Podcast

BiggerPockets Business Podcast

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"alan woods" Discussed on BiggerPockets Business Podcast

"A customer, every feedback. It's all learning experience. Jay sounds like it was quite an expensive learning experience. Which I think is why we went back to that saying, right? The beginning fail fast fail cheap if I'm so wrong. Let's get it done. Quick. Let's get the learning inside a month. And let's do it without going into debt as quickly as we can because I don't businesses all the time. And I still don't get it right. And it doesn't matter how good you get your still gonna fail is still going to go wrong, do it quickly cheaply. The are both big fans of of saying failures good thing. It's not a bad. They celebrate we absolutely celebrate failures. That's right. That's right. Okay, allen. This has been absolutely fantastic. And if it's okay with you. I'd love to jump into the segment of our show that we call four more. And this is where we ask you for questions. And then we end by letting you tell us more about how our listeners can find out more about you, and more about what you, do you ready for that. I'm ready. I'm gonna take the first one hundred okay in these rapid fire style. So don't over think, to sell the first thing that comes to your mind. Okay, allen. I one what was your first or your worst job in what lessons did you learn from it? I think my Strobe was. You are used to get strimmer, which is a machine cuts edges across and countless states. And the worst part about that job was you would occasionally catch doc poop. Make it up in face and up your nose does the most disgusting job. I've ever had. What did I learn from it? Don't do that. That's a, that's a good learning. Very good learning. Okay. I'll take the second question. So Alan woods in opportunity, that you said, no to either in your personal life where your professional life and looking back was the right decision. So I think I said, no to a whole load of opportunities back in twenty fourteen after I got married, my wife and I decided to take a mini retirement where we had six months off for honeymoon winning traveling, and that six months off Honey room, when I go back I had an Email from British Airways asking for training Kohl's, but it was too late. The opportunity was gone. And I said, no to a whole host of opportunities. But I had life experiences. And I went out and had an incredible time. And I wouldn't change it for anything. So I think that does come a stage when experiences opportunities being with your family is more important than cash. Love it. Awesome. Okay. So you've given us a couple bits of that. But I love to hear your very worst advice that you've ever been given the very very worst advice. You've been given. And what did you do with it? The very worst advice on being given. This is so much bad advice. It's hard to pick one sorry to on ain't bad advice in the business. Spill. I think. Start with the business plan. I think is dreadful advice. I think start with sales. I think you need to talk about funding and finance, but literally going through the advice my own advice from the British government was get your finance and your funding straight. And you look how to start a business and in England when he such that the fourth one is they start up letting company, which is a company trying to lend you money. And they've managed to SEO themselves up that and I think there is some responsibility, quick Papa Google, our loved to go, but Google come on your people. Our SEO ING bad advice to the top of your searches and you'll proliferating these beliefs that it takes money to make money to go. You'll disservice to the people, and there's so much more. A bad advice for my accountant cost me ten grand variously on. I'm so glad I have a new accountant and you've got a double and triple check your advice. Ice. And find out where it comes from one thing I would love to say your audience is just when you're getting business advice, be coke Nissen's of what the other person gets out of offering it to you to the website of the filial links. If it's a solicitor giving you advice on how a lawyer giving you advice on.

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"alan woods" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

08:00 min | 1 year ago

"alan woods" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The rain potentially comes as they try to chase the rain. I would imagine wins going to be a bit of an issue. And obviously just the idea of you're playing again, you're trying to pay your play trying to keep things rolling knowing. What's coming? The folks at CBS do not want a Monday finish for this suggest a little heads up. That's probably what's coming. What is coming though is great theater like spectacular theater? With feet, Alan woods and Molinari playing in a threesome. This is the first threesome the Tigers hadn't a while on a Sunday. And this is going to be spectacular theater and Poulter and Simpson KEPCO. In another threesome. This is good stuff. This these these are the names you wanted to see on the leaderboard. These are guys who know what it takes to win a championship. These are guys that can captivate a television audience, and it's awesome. Absolutely awesome. Now, what are my colleagues here at CBS sports radio? And you might love him. You should love him because he's awesome from the DA show. Sean marash notice Meraz. Had arguably the stupidest takes. That I've ever read on social media regarding the masters, but I think he got what he wanted in attention. So in that way, I would say Bravo Meraz, I will punch holes into every single thing that he had to say coming up a little bit later on in the show. He has no clue and that's not the first time. I've said that about Meraz he's got buddies a real good, dude. But I will totally make him look like a fool a little bit later on in the show. So don't miss it. The NBA playoffs begin yesterday. And teams battle and they go all year long. Setting themselves up to be able to say, hey, we got home court advantage. What you need homecourt advantage. Homecourt advantage is important. Well, what we learn yesterday three out of the four road teams one. So after you battle through an eighty two game regular season, which is incessant and many times horribly boring. Just to let in teams that are forty two and forty into the postseason. The nets in the magic to teams that are forty two and forty after the regular season managed to beat the fifty eight win raptors and the fifty one win. Sixers stop me. If you've heard it before that the Toronto Raptors came up really small in a big game situation. It's their DNA. That's what they've done. The Sixers another story. And to me, it's something where I would say the Sixers. They talk about the process. And remember, this is an organization that felt the only way they could get better. The only way they were going to do it. Was to be a total. Dumpster fire purposefully set. For season's upon seasons. And then given the opportunity to take advantage of top draft picks. They didn't even necessarily draft that well half the time. And now, then they go, oh, we got to make some moves here to bring in a guy like Jimmy Butler because we're feeling the pressure. The process was supposed to build a championship club. What the process did was they gave the keys to Brett Brown. And Brett Brown was the perfect coach in Philadelphia for a team that had zero expectations. When when they were a team that was expected to lose fifty five and sixty games a year Brett Brown could cozy up to the Philly media. Be affable be nice be kind be friendly. And what he did. Is he cultivated a culture there whereby the median Philly for the most part has become Brett Brown lapdogs? And this is my hometown. And some of the people doing it are people that I greatly respect. And they have become pussycats. Sitting in Brett Brown's lap where they fall all over themselves to make excuses for Brett Brown because Brown's a nice guy and Brett Brown addresses them by name and and squeezes their shoulder sometimes and gives them an atom, maybe a fist pump. When I left Philly in the nineties, it was it was the toughest like roughest media in the country. And I loved it. I grew up on it. And I aspire to be part of it. What do we have? Now, it's lapdog central for many, many of the media members in the big tough media town of Philly with Brett Brown and for Ben Simmons who complained yesterday after the Sixers got embarrassed. I mean, they got pants. The nets won eleven one to win doesn't in any way dictate. What that game was about by the end of the first quarter. It was absolutely clear that the nets were the better team yesterday. Doesn't mean they're going to win the series doesn't mean. But yesterday, they were the better team. And then Simmons doesn't like getting booed. And he says if you're a Sixers fan, and you're doing will then to stay on that side. Hey, Ben, grow up. I know you'd like to rather be keeping up with the Kardashians. And I know that big games or something that you don't have a history of playing. You don't have any history of having games where there's ever been pressure on you. None. Postseasons pressure. For the raptors postseasons pressure. They tend to wilt under it will it be different this time around. I still think they win the series eventually, but yes, they're hoping to change their DNA out. And what does? Gregg Popovich in the San Antonio Spurs. Do they just go out and take care of a fifty four win nuggets team at beat them on their home court and steal homecourt advantage for their series? Again. I'm not sure they win the series but three out of four road teams winning inexcusable for the home team's inexcusable to come out somewhat fat flat. Inexcusable to be swallowed up by the moment. To pull a Ben Simmons is I will now call it. He don't want to give booed. You. Don't wanna get booed. Don't suck at home. How about it? And what are the warriors do ho- home go out and just plug in the clippers on national TV? It's going to be a fantastic day at the masters. It is a second day of the NBA playoffs with four more series getting underway. 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"alan woods" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

14:15 min | 2 years ago

"alan woods" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Anyway for Allen. I was impressed. They were way behind so it's a little bit too much like a preseason game. Just like last week was. But you know, he does not have a lot of good players around him. I think and I thought he did all right next week at Minnesota. We'll talk then we'll talk for a while now. And then again, then I, you know, there there is gonna probably be for a lot of people me included the go week to week struggle with how to because you just said you just set for a preseason game. If you're not investing in what the results are going to be alternately. If the if the object of your season is how does the quarterback look does he show some promise? Is there something to work with is there once they get to work this off season. I know they're still fourteen of these games. What do I have something to build around here in him? The struggle is in sort of staying on there because this team is maybe in a crisis on defense. The head coach took over the play calling volunteer. Davis quitted halftime. And they got rolled over in the first half of this came like an alien if he's going to have a chance in a game. Like today, I need my defense to make some stops in the first part of this game. Sure it helps that the offense can carry some weight too. But you know, we're expecting that to be a work in progress. And they invested a lot of money this off season on that defense the invested draft picks and the defense, and I mean, they just they had no answers in that first half of that game. So like, I'm I want to be all about alien. And that's what matters the most. But man for for a while watching this game, it was really really tough to stomach. I mean, they they got run over Melvin Gordon walked in twice. Yeah. I'm distance. So I wanna I wanna least. We say that a few times here on this show because I don't know how fans are feeling leaving. If you're focusing on Allen, maybe you feel right? But I don't know the stadium was half full or or less for the second half. A lot of the second avenue by the time. He threw the touchdown pass. Nobody been thirty thousand people in here. So like, I don't know how good people feel about his performance. This game was over at halftime. Let's go to Mike here. Hi, mike. First of all love your show. I had a couple of thoughts on the game. Just got a tweet that day that three close the second. Secondhand. I think that's ridiculous. But I want to go to my original point. Josh shallan three snap is he doing enough to read the defense and he holds. I mean, what did you guys? See me throw me a lifeline here. I thought he did. Well, like we've been saying since we got on the air pretty much. I thought he did. Well, what his reads were is not something I could tell you. But it looked competent which is a which is better. That's progress from last week. Thank you, Mike. Here's Earl next alot. Warsaw. Good. You're on the air. Go ahead, please. Okay. Thanks. I I thought I again, I I'm with you. I thought Alan woods was impressive. I I started. I what concerns me though, is I see chains giving us absolutely nothing right now. Whether he's not finding a whole or he is to get no yard when he does getting bounce it outside. But my question to you guys. I guess on another line this year with McDermott taking over the calls in the second half. Leslie Frazier job in jeopardy. I'll hang up and listen. How would I know we know? Well, we'll see what depths they feel. They are at on that side of the ball. I mean, I just I just said a few minutes ago. They might be in crisis on that side of the ball. They got a cornerback. They were counting on to be a credible starter who bailed on them at halftime and the head coach took the play calling from the defensive coordinator, very experienced vested veteran coach in this league. It's interesting. I don't care at all who calls the place on defense. Somebody's going to. They're both qualified. Sure, maybe they're in certain ways, a really smart experienced fan will be able to pick up. I couldn't do that for you right now watching the game from the press box like other after that like I don't care who calls the plan. I don't know why it matters. I mean, it's interesting. When you're getting crushed like that. I like to think that the coach is going to try something like that. I like, the if you will the courage to do that that's interesting, but you know, really? That's that's probably the most. I have to say about it. Yeah. Let's go to Luke next, Luke. Hey, how's it going? Call Mike Natick. You made a comment. You said that anybody dot. That game. And that was his first time as a pretty mediocre performance, in my opinion. I wanna talk about an by me or by Josh Allen. No by Josh Allen. Okay. Good. I think he was more impressive in the preseason. I think he showed more in the preseason to be honest. Well, the preseason easier. That's true. That's true on offense. Kelvin Benjamin very only has two real catches this year. I don't understand why we're not targeting get more guy towers over secondary's. We put the ball in a place where you can get it even if you've got to tell them where to line up. I mean, I think you can go out and make plays defense are tackling. I think we look soft. I work. We're hugging guys or grabbing. But we're not you want. We don't have that cutthroat mentality that I think we need. I think we all want to win. But we got a really really wanted to win this process is I don't know, man. I'm starting to feel like I usually do that. Here we go feeling week four five, but I'm feeling it a week to I don't know about you guys feel better than I did a week ago. And we probably all should. I don't like settling for this kind of commentary. But there was a lot seemingly a lot more energy. And maybe belief on the field in the second half the pressure. Maybe was off the game was as you put it over already in pretty much. But I'd like to think that. This is also really not my style. But I'm thinking it. So here you go if this team overall can get a sense from Josh Allen that he might not be terrible that maybe they have someone good here. Then I want to think that that boosts the overall some belief in that Kelvin Benjamin seems kinda grouchy, and I don't know, I don't know him personally. I don't know how into the she is. But if if he or anybody comes to the belief that this quarterback can do well for them. Well, then maybe they have more to give that can be during the week that can be beating guy on the field on Sunday in a game. Whatever that is. I I don't think Kelvin Benjamin necessarily deserves more balls more targets, but you know, maybe there's a level higher level out there here for the for these guys on both sides of the ball. I mean, really what what they were last week was was pitiful. And. And if I were on the team, I don't we hate this from players and players are very careful not to admit it. If I was on the team, I would have been completely demoralized, especially if I was on defense. I would have spent well doesn't matter. They were about to would have been completely demoralized about this. Yeah. What kind of year is going to be? What are we doing here? And so today, I don't know. I feel better. I definitely feel better. This did not end up at a doomsday scenario where Allen is overwhelmed, and we're just left here with just wreckage. And what do you do? Now. He's not ready the he he looked ready enough. So that's the good news. They've given up seventy eight points in two weeks. I mean, it's lopsided by the forty seventy thirty one today. Defense is right now just brutal who gave up points today. Pittsburgh. Forty two thirty seven Kansas City wins in Pittsburgh, Patrick Mahomes. So Philip rivers had three touchdown passes and four incompletions Mahomes had five incompletions and six touchdown passes. Twenty-three for twenty eight three twenty six and six at the Steelers. Okay. Okay. We update you all on the construction of Patrick Mahomes. Fear bunker. Won't do wallpaper going up, right? I mean, we're we're deciding what? How how how plus we want to make it? We are. I am. I may be spending. A lotta time in there. Allen was encouraging today somewhat. Six the NFL record is seven. Patrick, Mahomes and his second. Okay. Me third start of his career second this year. Six touchdowns pretty impressive. That's impressive at the steel. That's good. That's good. See now if I watched that game with you. And then say is it interesting to you that I thought behold, you'd better say, no. You'd better say, no. Larry is with us alot. Larry. Hey, guys. I was waiting for the fear bunker on Mahomes, come out, I figured I'd have to wait for Jeremy. But I'm I'm glad you probably set it. Oh, man. I'm I'm all in. Everybody's got these bunkers. Yeah. What did that start when the bills passed on Patrick Mahomes? Okay. Yeah. They did it with watching a couple of years. It's just kind of funny. But anyway, I was nervous because the guy was playing against today had Gordon, but I had homes and Kelsey. So I'm doing okay right now. Good for you and Rothenberger, but I- benched Rawson burger from homes. Roth was spluttered. I was I'm with you, Mike, I'm hopeful I'm hopeful with this kid. I mean, obviously the negatives were the first half defense. It was putrid as as our offense line and God Minnesota might set a record for Saxon game next week if we don't do something differently. But man, that's third quarter defense and the way that he stood in the pocket and delivered that far. It's the first time. I've seen a quarterback do that really since probably Kelly do it with some type of confidence now. Yes, he held the ball along. And there was plays out there that he did make which I'm sure the coaching staff will sit in the film room and that, but I'm hopeful I really am especially with that second half performance. Okay. Thank you. Larry. Here is Joan AC with us alot. Hey, guys. Thanks for taking my call. Do. I have the name, right? Yeah. That's Jonet from above guy. Yeah. You gotta play thanks for taking my fault. And just a couple of months number one. I'm leaving the game and I'm sober. But I feel like maybe you got a little bit of operation as town because I don't feel like cash Allen is this good. Good. Holding onto the ball. The second too long. I don't feel like you. Are you guys having to watch however, raise? Okay. Yeah. Yeah, I'm hammered. I also think get someone disagrees with me that there probably drunk. I get rip roaring loaded. Every one of these games. I've been doing this for twenty two years. I mean, how do you think? Get throwing. Yeah. I'm drunk. How this goes? Name is that. Aiden below. Hello. I'll talk about like how early are defensive especially in the first half. Why why? Why would you like to talk about this? What about the what about the idea of talking about this appeals to you Aiden? Why is this is this something you choose to do rely on our defense, right? Yeah. Well. Sorry for trying to be. Defense. Right. And it looks good. We have players there. We have trae white. We have a first round pick. We have Edmonds. Hide we have joint power, but like the employer. I'm sorry. Yes. Torres up the for tougher nuts. Insane. Yeah. Well, I don't know. He's good. And that's four guys. They have eleven it's sports. Sometimes it's hard to predict. What do you want to do about it when it cut? What do you want to do about it? I dunno. Observation they were terrible. I've said it ten times already in an hour and a half. So thanks Aiden. Yeah. It was bad. It was bad. Any anybody who was hoping you were going to have a year here where they could win games. They won games last year, which was take the ball away like crazy, especially when they got off to the hot start. And like, so they basically lends itself to I'm winning with defense when really I'm winning with takeaways, right? But still like, okay. You know, the chiefs game last year, I'm gonna low score. I'll just get a couple of plays. I'm gonna run and effectively. How's that going by the way, the running effectively Josh Allen had thirty two yards rushing McCoy at thirty nine? It's not that's not happening..

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"alan woods" Discussed on Ear Hustle

Ear Hustle

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"alan woods" Discussed on Ear Hustle

"Nailed it right there. We can't say this often enough San Quentin is a prison that people actually want to transfer to, and we need to be clear about this with our listeners. What happens here is not necessarily what it's like every American prison though, saying Queen got his issues. I've been through a number of prisons and if I had to be in any prison, I'd rather be here. Most prisoners aren't lighters most prisons simply don't give you the opportunities that we got here. Yeah, it's not like they're making it possible to produce podcasts at most other prisons, speaking of pot, this is the first episode of season number three. Yes, we are back and we want to welcome back our very patient listeners. You guys still there. You now tuned in to San Quinn's ear hustle from PR axis, radio Topi. I'm Alan woods. I've been incarcerated for twenty one years, and I'm currently housed here at San Quentin state prison in California. I'm Nitra poor a visual artist and now podcast her. I've been working with the guys here at San Quentin pro about seven years. Yep. Simeone at seven in we and together we're going to take you inside. Hey, amazing listeners. We got a quick favorite acts of you just a little, it's time for annual audience survey..

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"alan woods" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"alan woods" Discussed on WDRC

"And customs enforcement said for miller's office that they had no immediate comment on what arrangements are in place for vander swans departure from the country a lawyer for vander swan williams shoot declined to comment yesterday banda's swans attorneys had requested that he be spared prison but urged that if he was sentenced to time in custody he served at the allenwood low security facility part of a complex that also includes a medium security center and a high security penitentiary so this is the first arrest the first arrest in the big investigation of donald trump a dutch attorney is the first one to to serve some time so robert mueller and let me just say i don't know how many of you have followed robert mueller's career but he he is tough guy and he was an excellent federal bureau of investigation a person one of the best in years and he doesn't pull any punches so what is going to be next we don't know a consultant for white collar convicts facing prison john webster said someone serving a short sentence would normally be sent to a federal prison camp however the dutch attorney is an eligible for the that sort of a minimum security facility which has few physical op sta calls to help 'em mates from walking away he is not a us citizen so he cannot go to a camp the consultant said the other prisoners at two alan woods low security facility were likely to give vander swan any trouble or pay much attention to him at all they've probably wouldn't and it's not a bad place according to some of the folks who who worked there so whether or not there are gonna be samore arrests and prison sentences remain to be seen but this is the first one and robert mueller has a reputation and doesn't doesn't back down it's going to be very very interesting to see just how just how he does just how he does with mr trump that should be interesting twenty six minutes after the hour of eight o'clock oh by the way.

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"alan woods" Discussed on Ear Hustle

Ear Hustle

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"alan woods" Discussed on Ear Hustle

"There's the throat the following podcasts contains language and content that may not be appropriate for all listener's discretion advised when you were growing up what was some advice your dad gave you well that's the problem but my my dad left when i was for it only vice i got my dad west to be still and take this aspen like man he used to show me what what fork to use the crab fork and we had all these instruments of civil way out on the table took me awhile to get the hang of that oh did not dad give me any advice nobody lead by example of what not to do what forth do you use for salad it's the third one from the right my dad never gave me any of ice i think he did but i don't recall did your dad ever give you any advice my dad was gone by the time i was two and they're by time i was twelve to go to school staying college did you listen to him i did not listen did your dad ever give you any advice he says smoke on the weekends you're now tuned in to san clinton's ear housing from pr x radio topa i'm alan woods i'm incarcerated here san quentin state prison in california i'm naito poor of visual artists who've volunteers at the prison and together we're going to take you inside today on the podcast we're going to hear about being day from prison.

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"alan woods" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"alan woods" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Yeah what do you think we should do yeah i mean we ought to pulling is four three he gives it a first they are like looking at the phone all right right then a little yellow dot moved over there another new dot and i was like oh no oh no but then strikeout strikeout popup fly boom game is over sober but dodgers get back to five hundred they win two out of three they lose the one that i went to on friday kershaw hood is worse outing of the year getting smacking break alan woods streak as well with your presence last season no you were in present you said something he said he's gonna go undefeated the rest of the season right and then he didn't win another start oh what don't make another bo prediction what happened to their win three the next three against the marlins marlins going to hang out with somebody i don't know any other real miami supported in to go i'm not allow colors i'm not really i'm the state though for miami just go just to go sit there george allow colors on the fans in miami there's a lot of the yeah they're all over the place down there you know that right yeah it's like the six you now thank you yeah wasn't it they don't have should be able to sweep this to sweep they shouldn't look past now you're right you know it is just baseball remember it's baseball fares brewers on the mile walker.

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"alan woods" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"alan woods" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"That same restricted number and did not leave a message at any of those those opportunities i can't block a number that's restricted because i can't see it to be able to block it on my phone and of course all of the questions in my head was that a crank call so some guy just randomly called up a number he knows he's protected because his number is restricted and so he's just taken the opportunity to dial some random number and be a complete lunatic or is it someone who found my number who now maybe thinks he he's got access to me and and yes so it was a little bit creepy don't you worry even when i'm in the house whatever time of day is my doors are always locked and i do have a dog who doesn't generally bark but when someone knocks on the door opens the door or there's know there's any kind of of annoys that gives access to the outside like opening a window anything like that door even if sometimes i'd knock on the table or dropped something and it sounds it's just a loud noise she reacts to any type of knocking on doors opening and she's got one of those pretty terrifying barks it's really deep when she does bark so she is my backup plan there i also have a golf club that i keep the door i don't know if that's helpful or not my macy's in my car because i keep it in my car when i drive into work every night but yes there's a golf club right near the door just in case i need to to pull alan woods type of situation backup mace might be might be a good another another mace does that a little bit obsessive to have to macy's now i think it's fair especially if you're getting phone calls like that i mean it's so upsetting because obvious logic problem is if you really have if he really loves you that much then he wouldn't want terrify you with an obviously terrifying phone call.

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"alan woods" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"alan woods" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Red line and they'll dump it in loaded down into the corner it's tasni trying to shield and get some space it at the hash marks grant will go over to the far side with it in the park going off of santini around to the nearsighted not a zone portraying gelo gotta back and he brings it in loses it as it's checked off the his stick good shoulder by terasenko keeps it alive so volker fires a shot santini blocked it this one's clear the central it out doll he's in on his forehand at a shadow honoree bowed save by alan woods covington ears side is schenn at at knocked away a done will get onto the puk done just as to have his stick on the ice there and that puk wouldn't have got through it all break away parcells shed soothing and schneider ebola make this save is ten one step ahead of the defence and fired it before more caught up to well i'll tell you what brady has been looking a lot to pass that pop this season because he's got two gifted players with how many shoulder jackson ghana looks the see if tarasenko scum and with them before it gets that shot unfortunately that doesn't beat schnyder i just wonder if he would have taken one more step out of the whole a great it a little bit more room forum a sub one by shin gunners in not aboard twos wrist shot through the legs of given out front the in behind than it touched by mule a pence went around in the near point at bounced on board tuesday twice and got out of his own lose recovered war to'sell over the gunners than on.

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