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01:30 min | Last month

"batavia illinois" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Am never going to do this. Yeah, Been there, huh? First, though, Let's do the numbers. Dow Industrials up 110. That's 1100.3 10% That's for said closed at 6 35,025, the NASDAQ Down 29 points to 10% finished at 7 14,093, the S and P. 500 added 11 points to 10% 44. It's 79 fresh economic numbers for July showing a slowing economy in China by the by the country's national Bureau of Statistics reported slower growth than expected on measures of industrial activity, domestic consumption and investment. China's unemployment rate rose a bit as always, the caveat. There is a fairly large sized grain of salts, which Chinese economic statistics the German discount supermarket chain. All these says it plans to hire more than 20,000 workers in the United States as it expands and prepares for holiday shopping. All these U. S operations are based in Batavia, Illinois, by the way, just west of Chicago. Bonds rose yield on the 10 year. I just thought you'd like to know right Bonds rose 10 YEAR T No 1.26% You're listening to marketplace marketplace is supported by orcas. Security, detecting and prioritizing cloud security risks for AWS, Microsoft, Azure and Google cloud Without the gaps in coverage, alert, fatigue and aggravation of agents connecting cloud accounts in minutes, not months. Learn more at orca dot security. And by Excel data. The Unified data observe ability platform that uses AI to reduce the complexity of enterprise data operations designed to prevent outages, scale data use and optimized.

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"batavia illinois" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:31 min | Last month

"batavia illinois" Discussed on KCRW

"Coming up. I thought I am never going to do this. Yeah, Been there, huh? First, though, let's do the numbers. Down. Industrials Up 110 Today That's points. Three tents. That's percent 35,006 to 5 for the blue chips and NASDAQ Down 29 points to 10% 7 14,083 s and P 500 was up 11 points 2/10 percent 44 79. Fresh economic numbers for July showing a slowing economy in China by the by the country's National Bureau of Statistics reported slower growth than expected on measures of industrial activity, domestic consumption and investment. China's unemployment rate rose a bit as always the caveat. There is a Fairly large sized grain of salt with Chinese economic statistics, the German discount supermarket chain all the says it plans to hire more than 20,000 workers in the United States as it expands and prayers for holiday shopping. All these U. S operations are based in Batavia, Illinois, by the way, just west of Chicago. Bonds rose yield on the 10 year. I just thought you'd like to know right, Bud Rose 10 YEAR T note. 1.26% You're listening to marketplace marketplace is supported by orca security, detecting and prioritizing cloud security risks for AWS, Microsoft, Azure and Google cloud Without the gaps in coverage, alert, fatigue and aggravation of agents connecting cloud accounts in minutes, not months. Learn more at orca dot security. And by Accel Data. The Unified data observe ability platform that uses AI to reduce the complexity of enterprise data operations.

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"batavia illinois" Discussed on Mo Egger

Mo Egger

08:01 min | Last month

"batavia illinois" Discussed on Mo Egger

"And our next guest A guy that i've had the privilege of talking with many many times But i've always wanted this data. Come as somebody who has long lamented. The fact that the bengals haven't done a ring of honor they have and i've always wanted to talk with ken anderson on the day of his election. That is today. Ken is with us now. Congratulations how are you. I'm doing great how you doing. I'm doing i'm doing well. I gotta think not nearly as well as you knew you were making this right. The bengals are going to have a ring of honor. You kind of went. Yeah i'll i'll be in that inaugural class right. You knew this was coming. You know you never know. I put a long time ago and there are seventeen other great candidates on the ballot. Some of them more current than i am. And you don't know where people's memories go so needless to say. I am so honored and pleased to be the inaugural class. Do do a sort of a dive into that for me. Roll through exactly what. It feels like to get that phone call and the types of emotion that jogs that comes to mind. Well you know. I think number one. Obviously i personally honored. But i'm i'm so happy because you know as you know in the national media the the bengals don't get a lot of respect sometimes and when you go back to the sixties seventies eighties. We were as good as any team in the national football league. And certainly i think you know people remember more about the eighty one super bowl team. But you know when i go back to to the seventies and you know the guys played in the sixties and seventies. We have some great players. Obviously you know kenny riley. Being one of them. But you know. I look back. You know myers. And isaac curtis and bob johnson and by trumping gosh essex johnson as good as any running back and we've ever had you know On the team until he hurt his knee in the playoff game against miami in seventy three. You know my roommate for years. Dave laughing tommy casanovas and i think the list goes on and on and you know to think finally we can go back to that era and they recognize me but i hope that. Remember a lot of these guys. Yeah i would. I would agree with that when when when memories come to mind of of your your finest moments your favorite team teammates and just certain milepost of your career. What memories have have come to mind just over the last couple of days since you found out that you're going to get this honour while you know. I think it's you know surprise. You ask that question. Because i just got back into a family reunion up in batavia illinois and my uncle vary whose like my older brother. Nancy moved from chicago to milwaukee and a retirement apartment aunt. Nancy never threw away anything and at a family reunion. They gave me a large box of stuff. And i spent a week going through that. And those not only newspaper articles from the seventies and on you know game programs tickets that kind of stuff. So you know the take that week and got kind of go back and relive those memories and then of course then get the call from mike brown and elizabeth blackburn. That was special. You have played with or played for all three of the other ring of honor inductees. So the paul brown is. It's remarkable to me. This was said by your former teammate. Chris collins worth in the nfl network special. They did on on paul. I don't know five or six years ago that there's the george halas trophy. There's a vince lombardi trophy. There's a lamar hunt trophy. There's nothing in the national football league named after paul brown which is astounding to me. When when you you played and played quarterback for for such a legendary figure. This is such an obvious question. But what was that like while you know you talk about being all someone when we come from the table and all i in august and college and all of a sudden fear sitting at riverfront stadium across paul at his desk and knowing what he meant to the national football league. You know the the great things. He did a cleveland. And you know i. If everybody's honest the way that the national football league at least operates today you know with the packer schedules with You know having an off season. Paul around started all of that. I mean so i mean he is kind of the founder of modern day football and and just to be around him especially i guess my only wish was i wish it would have been around him when he was a little bit earlier when when he may have been more active in the game planning but he's certainly commanded your respect and you know they say the meeting starts at nine. The meeting started when paul walked in the office and he walked into five. Nine in your in your seat. Then you got fined for being late. Ten riley had sixty five interceptions as as an nfl defensive back which is tied for fifth. All-time if i added on top of that total the number of times he picked you off in practice. How many would you have one hundred and sixty five. Kenny was a great player. And i think you know. Kenny was all about teams. And you know. I think if you talked to collins worth if you talk to isaac curtis and you'd be in training camp and christmas told the story before that you know he's a rookie going up against kenny. And then he would run a pass out and kennywood grab on the way back to the huddle and told him what he did. And what kennesaw. They make chris a better player. He would do that to me early in my career he would pick up one in and practice and then come on kenny. Your eyes gave it away or this. Was heavier shoulders the way it was turned. So you know he was all about team and all about winning and he made all of us better players in one thousand nine hundred. Eighty anthony munoz shows up. What do you remember about that. Well you know i. I was over the hill back then. my career was down They drafted my replacement. Seventy nine with the number one tech and all of a sudden you know anthony comes in anchors the left side of the line and we got max and we got flare bush shimmy got lap them and we got bush knocked. We got mike wilson. I became a good player again. Relation to those guys. It's interesting. I've always wanted to ask you this. So if you look anthony. Caught a couple of touchdown passes later in his career his rookie season the had one catch for minus six yards. Do you remember what happened there. I do not. I know he cut a lot more touched up all right. Well i we might have to go dive into the archival game footage and find out why one catch negative six yards something so something must have gone horribly wrong. I've said this to you publicly. I've i've said this to you privately. I long to have you on the air. And i hope to god. This happens where. I have you on the air and we talk about cam. And you're in. You're in the hall of fame. it's it's deserved. It's painfully overdue. And i said this to ken riley sung. We were talking about his hall of fame. Bona fides and i said to him. You know it's gonna make you feel good to hear and sort of grasp this very very grassroots movement. That bengals fans have been involved in to make that happen to to get your dad's strongly considered for the hall of fame. And hopefully one day inducted from from your standpoint it does have to make you feel good that there are so many people who feel so strongly that not only should you have been celebrated by the bengals long ago. Not only should you have been an are one of the first inductees into the bengals ring of honor but but you should have a commensurate celebration in canton. It does have to make you feel good that so many people feel so strongly about it and so many people. Frankly can that even didn't.

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"batavia illinois" Discussed on Little News Ears

Little News Ears

05:17 min | 2 months ago

"batavia illinois" Discussed on Little News Ears

"On mu on Do that's that's something. Yes so there's news about if you didn't know him you on sub atomic particle sometimes a fat electron all like it's similar to the electricity powers batteries and flashlights. And stuff like that. Yes but it's like a lot. Heavier has more masses like two hundred and seven times more mass or yes is also called leptons right. How did you knew that. So the really unstable right dealing last night a tiny tiny tiny fraction of a second but the is really cool science saudis experiment recently illinois rate batavia illinois at the fermilab or the national celebration lab. Basically they shot all these. These tiny particles into a really intense magnetic field wall was what happened what basically it did not behave as predicted. What does that mean. Well you know physicist it. I'm not a physicist either offense. They discovered that basically like me ones are doing these really really weird things but we know of their kind of strange rate for people like chris. Paul who's one of the scientists. He's saying this might be like the higgs. Boson discovery in two thousand. Twelve all stirred. Yes oh so scientists think the maybe is is gonna explain dark matter oe dark matter. That's that one. Fourth of the universe right. that's unexplained cage one fourth of the mass of the universe rating. Yes it's pretty cool us. Two weeks ago we talked about mark linn trains all. Yes from germany. Those model train. That was really cool. Yes yes so. I was thinking maybe go into our backyard. We get some maple trees. Br ama- we don't we don't have any trees do the science center remember inside the science center. He was trees maple trees. I don't think we should do that. But it's like the neatest thing. I don't know if you know this but because of the pandemic everyone is getting maple. I'm not wearing yes. People are doing at home. They're still quarantined. So people are buying at home. Evaporaters and other making maple syrup the going online going to websites trade publications their trade publications for maple sugaring. Yes isn't that crazy. Yes okay. So for example. There's facebook cut-back your maple syrup makers the basically doubled their membership in a short period of time one of the cooling making maple serve. You know a great activity for kids right. Yes educational you get sticky stuff everywhere. We're out of time. So i wanted to everybody about our little trip to goodwill okay a goodwill guys my dad. We got a good real lot. Like i know. It's kinda weird but they've all these cool things about goodwill. It's all about serendipity goal. Sarah deputy could you explain. You don't know what you're expect. You just find these crazy things for example on my dad and i went to could will be found. This game was game like maybe in the nineteen eighties. It was really fun and now it doesn't exist anymore. I don't know it's called sequence for kids all sequence kids. Oh yes yes. I played a few times is basically connect four but you can get a unicorn guard tried yes we also got this weird thing that bram lights and i've never seen before at balls up. Shoot with a gun yes. It's so amazing. Only but i also want to talk about the trip so we went to this place called grounds for sculpture in hamilton. New jersey is really really cool yes. He's weird sculptures their giants bather their various trees just and so one of the bram like this is very inappropriate. Scope jury by seward johnson as many many of the sculptures. There are from this artist. And it's called. Has anyone seen larry. And if you're watching us in our cartoon videos.

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"batavia illinois" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:43 min | 3 months ago

"batavia illinois" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm Kai Risdon. It is Thursday. Today the 17th Day June Good as always to have you long, everybody. It has been tough. We know to have heard Oh, so very much about inflation these past couple of months here there and everywhere. The economic news is about prices going up What Jay Powell has to say about it and whether it's going to last or me to quote our illustrious Fed chair transitory. You know, we haven't heard from much, though. In all of this. You and what you're thinking about and expecting since inflation expectations are a big part of whether inflation actually shows up here's marketplaces, Mitchell Hartman to get us going. Go to the gas station. The price of the pump is more than 50% higher than last spring used cars up 30% major appliances up 12% Claudia Som, who spent a decade as an economist at the Fed, says price spikes so far are mostly concentrated in things like vehicles and appliances and travel tied to the reopening of the economy and, frankly, over decades. We have seen a very moderate pace of inflation, and the Federal Reserve is convinced that it is going to come back down, and that's what most consumers think, too, according to new survey data from morning consult, says economist John Lear. Consumers believe the prices of certain goods and pandemic hit sectors. Are likely to increase more rapidly than other goods. So right now, consumers expect trips and vacations and cars and home repairs to go way up in price, but not items like furniture or groceries or rent. John Burnam is 55, an automotive engineer in Batavia, Illinois, with one kid in college and another heading there next year. He's trying to make sense of all the inflation news. I'm very good at spending money, but my wife is even better and budgeting. I'm aware of the inflationary fears that some people might have. Yeah, there might be inflation. No, I don't think it's gonna be like the seventies. The family's been saving for a new dryer and a new car, he says. But with prices up so much right now, if our minivan holds out for another year, we may have to push that. Put yourself Expectations of higher inflation might actually worry higher income folks more than those who spend most of what they earn every month, says Claudia Som, Inflation hurts the wealthy. It makes their savings less valuable, and it actually helps those who have debts. She says. As long as wages keep rising with inflation, the money is not worth as much when you pay it back. I'm Mitchell Hartman for Marketplace A very quick calendar Note here, especially for employees of the federal government and companies that follow the government's holidays Schedule. President Biden Made Juneteenth a federal holiday today. So federal workers says the Office of Personnel Management get tomorrow off most of them since Juneteenth the 19th of June falls on Saturday. This year. Friday will be the holiday if you work for a company that uses the federal holiday calendar, which I think I do. Best to call HR Before you decide not to come in. I'll be calling Wall Street today. A split decision for the major indices will have the details when we do the numbers Okay? Here is today's Wait, What economic moment. As.

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"batavia illinois" Discussed on Ghostly

Ghostly

04:48 min | 11 months ago

"batavia illinois" Discussed on Ghostly

"She probably wouldn't have been put into a sanitarium or today internet's just able to just you know. Oh mary so i. I just wanted to say that. I think that mary has gotten a bad rep in us history. I think she's often been seen as this crazy woman. One in actuality. It's just her. Grief was just too much for any person to deal with on on her own. I mean and you know. Even when abe was alive they didn't grieve the same way She would oftentimes be off in her room and he would be. You know going to The gravesite to mourn and stuff or they just they just grief differently. I think the timing of the spiritualist movement and the started the sanitariums popularity in the us played a major in. How people saw her so. Mary spent the next four years traveling through europe and took up residence in france for a little while but during this time her health really started to decline she suffered from severe cataracts that left her eyesight largely diminished which caused her to fall off and in eighteen seventy nine. She suffered a spinal cord injury from a fall from a step ladder. She successfully petitioned congress for an increase in her in her pension and also got a one time bonus. Yeah yeah she did really well. She was really good with politics and Especially you know. The republican party was Just starting off with abe lincoln so You she made a lot of connections so in the early eighteen eighties. She was forced to return to springfield into live out her final days with her sister. Her health kept her from doing anything else besides just living she needed around the clock. Care july fifteenth eighteen eighty two. Exactly eleven years after tad died to the day she collapsed. She lapsed into a coma and died the next morning of a stroke. At the age of sixty three her funeral service was held at first presbyterian church in springfield illinois. Wow what an interesting story. Yeah we didn't even cover you know so. Many of the political intrigues. And all the things i'm sure she was involved with but just What an amazing woman. I mean was yeah. Tragic very much but Obviously you know was able to to accomplish too. And she was well known in her day to even even after a pastime. Sure i'm sure Constantly in the paper you know probably for not great things but you know she was. She was definitely a A pop figure. Yeah those days interesting all right. So do you have anything to add to the history. I don't think we you man. You did a good job. And i tried to add in a few little things there so i think we're good. Yeah i've passed by The bellevue right. Yes me too. Yeah actually. I will mention this as well. is that So batavia illinois is real close to us and that's where we're that wheelhouse are sorry. The home was But i also in my research found out that there is a hotel or what used to be a hotel in saint charles illinois which is also close to us where abe in. Mary would often visit some of their friends that owned this hotel or the end. They would stay there while visiting. Colonel phoebe bian. Who's our big famous person around here. was was friends with them and they claim the there's one article i read that there were potentially stances that happened in this. How a hotel in saint charles But i really couldn't find a whole lot of details about it so we're not gonna go talk any more about it but i just thought that was such an interesting you know chicago connection and local illinois connection..

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"batavia illinois" Discussed on Ghostly

Ghostly

03:18 min | 11 months ago

"batavia illinois" Discussed on Ghostly

"Ted said this is dead. I can hardly believe that. I shall never see him again. I must learn to take care of myself now. Yes pas dad in only tad lincoln now little tad like other little boys. I am not a president son now. I won't have many presents anymore. Well i will try and be a good boy. And we'll hope to go someday. To pa and brother willy and heaven. Oh yeah the death of her son tad in july eighteen seventy one following the death to other sons in her husband brought on an overpowering grief and depression her surviving son robert. Rising young chicago lawyer was alarmed. At his mother's increasingly erratic behavior robert initiated proceedings to have mary institutionalized on may twentieth eighteen seventy five following a trial a jury committed her to a private asylum in batavia illinois named bellevue place after the trial. Mary tried to commit suicide. She went to several different pharmacies and ordered eighteen. Stor made up made with enough Pm to do the job and luckily a pharmacist gave her a placebo. Instead after three months she devised an escape plan. She wrote letters to her lawyer and personal friend and to the chicago sun-times to avoid a bigger scandal. She was released to her sister. Elizabeth again in springfield go. She got herself out so then made me think about some stuff One of the things that we've talked about a lot previous ghostly episodes was the spiritualist movement in the united states. I took place between the eighteen forties in the nineteen twenties and It really popularized things like seances and Other forms of give nation and speaking with the dad so this was definitely something that was becoming popular. I'm sure mary helped make it more popular But another thing that i really started thinking about. Is you know we did. Our dr white. Sanitarium sewed And during that we started talking about how sanitariums became popular in the united states. And that was around this time. It was like ten years after mary was put in a sanitarium interesting Bellevue place where mary todd. Lincoln state was open sometime around eighteen. Sixty seven by dr. richard peterson and it was considered a private rest home but also served as sanitarium for women and So yeah yeah. That's interesting though to think about that issue was again. I love all of our stuff matches up. I guess your gets connections. Yeah when you look at the time frame of these things. It seems pretty obvious that You know if this had happened prior to that it she might you know. Prior to eighteen sixty seven..

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"batavia illinois" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

06:53 min | 1 year ago

"batavia illinois" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"Eighteen sixty one. Abraham Lincoln became the sixteenth president of the United States during her years is the first lady. Mary faced a number of personal difficulties. Stemming from the nation's political divisions Lincoln was considered the country's first western President having grown up in Illinois Mary meanwhile was from a Border State. Her family had owned slaves. Several of her half brothers fought and died for the confederacy. Despite her staunch support of emancipation Mary was considered by many critics to be course and pretentious. She struggled to navigate the social responsibilities and high national intrigue that surrounded the White House during the civil war. Mary was also often ill. She suffered from severe headaches. Depression fatigue and mood swings. She became known for her fierce temper. Public outbursts prompting Lincoln's personal secretary to famously nickname. Her the Hell Cat Mary symptoms coupled with her bouts of excessive spending have led some historians to suggest she may have suffered from bipolar disorder. Others have floated pernicious anemia as the cause. Regardless daily life was not easy for Mary. Eighteen sixty two. Marys FAVORITE SON. Willie suddenly fell ill and died at the age of eleven. Mary was bedridden with grief for weeks. She couldn't bring herself to ever enter the room in which Willie died again. The president's grief took a different route every Tuesday at the height of the civil war. He sequestered himself inside that same room. On April Fifteenth. Eighteen sixty five Abraham and. Mary attended the comic play. Our American cousin at Ford's theatre just a few days before the civil war had essentially ended. Spirits were high during the Third Abe and Mary moved closer to one another holding hands. What will Miss Harris think of by hanging onto you so whispered Mary? She won't think anything about it? Replied Abe smiling minutes later. President Lincoln was shot in the back of the head by John Wilkes booth. Mary accompanied her husband across the street to the Peterson. House where he was brought into a back room. President Lincoln remained in a coma for nine hours before dying the next morning just after seven. Am Mary was allowed into the room to say goodbye. As one witness described she again seated herself by the president kissing him and calling him every enduring name now a widow. Mary moved to Chicago with her two remaining sons Robert and tad eighteen seventy the US. Congress gave Mary a life pension of three thousand dollars a year at the time it was unprecedented for the Widows of presidents to receive such financial support but. Mary had argued fiercely for it. She insisted she deserved a pension. Just like any other widow of a soldier. As her husband was a fallen commander in eighteen seventy one. Mary's youngest son Tad died unexpectedly at the age of eighteen this loss coupled with the deaths of her husband and two other sons through Mary into an overpowering depression she became obsessed with the health of her surviving child who was now well into adulthood her surviving son. Robert was a rise in Chicago lawyer. Alarmed. At his mother's increasingly turbulent behavior Robert began proceedings to have Mary institutionalized after a trial she was committed to a private institution in Batavia Illinois in eighteen seventy five following the proceedings. Mary attempted suicide three months into her time at Bellevue Place. Mary began planning her escape. She smuggled letters to her lawyer and his wife a feminist lawyer in her own right she wrote to the editor of the Chicago Sun Times. Mary Son Robert Now. Facing the threat of public embarrassment and scrutiny relented. Mary was released into the custody of her sister who still lived in Springfield Illinois in eighteen. Seventy six. Mary was declared competent and was allowed to manage her own affairs. Mary spent the next four years of her life. Travelling around Europe ultimately settling in France but now nearing sixty Mary suffered from severe cataracts leaving her nearly blind in eighteen seventy nine. She fell from a step ladder and sustained injuries to her spinal cord. Mary returned to the US to lobby for an increased pension in eighteen eighty one despite negative press surrounding her spending habits and criticism for handling of personal finances. Mary once again won her case she returned to Springfield where she died. A few months later in eighteen eighty two at the age of sixty three this week of encyclopaedia will manica is brought to you by Madison Reed. Many Mavericks and legends throughout history are remembered for the color of their locks changing. My hair can get me new energy. Have you been creeping change to before I felt like coloring? 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"batavia illinois" Discussed on Rework

Rework

08:58 min | 1 year ago

"batavia illinois" Discussed on Rework

"We purposely kept the store portion at the front small so we can have like a constantly changing stock of different items because we know our customer bases thankfully. They're wonderful. They return like week after week. So we always try to keep new and exciting things in there for them. Anne Scholla's the owner of than hammered general store in Batavia Illinois. A town about forty miles outside of Chicago. The brand has its origins in a vintage store. A line of literary themes candles than any still makes and distributes to bookstores and gift shops around the country and October Twenty nineteen when Harden Hammer opened its physical storefront literally in Batavia Main Street. There was a line of customers waiting in the rain to shop in the inside. The front portion is the general store where we Haveli soaps and candles in books and playing cards in apothecary the also like a Penny Candy section and then the back area we have like a lounge or people can stand rate. Cards will mail for them for free. also an area where kids can play while their parents shop and then in the very back we have our candle studio so we make were candles. There on site Walden Woods is our best seller in it's a cedar fern pine scent. You know some people are like it. Sounds like Christmas to me. And other people are like I'm so happy it's available year. Round hearth and hammer is usually open Friday through Monday. Any uses the other days to make candles and take care of her daughter. She happened to be open on a rare Thursday Justice Illinois was starting to shut down and it only took a weekend to decide what to do. We had people just coming in that. Were clearly coming to just buy things to be kind like. It was not things that they needed. They're like you know I really need a candle or like do you like it was really nice work with a local forest. She was like our salon flowers. Like yeah because everybody could use flowers Got Some caves in so many people came in. We sold out of the flowers like an hour and a half or something and during all of this on Thursday and Friday. We just started disinfecting after every single customer. That came in the door. Be Disinfecting anything that they touched including likes samples as this might be overkill but I cannot tell people that they can be safe in the store and not fall through so we were dissecting everything Washington hands so much it was insane and then Sunday was kind of the day when I was like I think the sestriere last year were opened. We're not gonNA tell people they were open to the public. So they don't want like a rush you know. I wanted to make sure that I wasn't encouraging people to leave their homes to come shop. I really believe that self isolating and stay in. Our homes will flatten the curve. So it felt very against like all the scientific data to tell people like come out and support us in you know. Come in store and so on Monday. We just said you know. We're close to the public or open doors are wide open online. That's kind of where we started. So we we put ourselves in lockdown without foot traffic. Any did what a lot of retail store owners are doing which is going online offering. Local pickup and delivery shipping out orders but as a brick and mortar shop. She didn't have a website ready to go with photos of inventory and everything online customer would expect so any started doing a personal shopping service time consuming but important stopgap measure. I just would have instagram clive. Stories where I would invite people into the space and show them around and show them different things than answer their questions. You know people be like. Oh my anniversary's coming up. I need like copper wool related goods on. Can you show me what you have in the store? It's Nice 'cause I'm learning customers names because I'm faced what gets like. Oh that's who you are but it's also been pretty crazy because it's a lot of work. It's a lot of extra footwork and so while I son maybe an hour to like answering people's questions helping them facilitate in order than there's another three to four hours on the other side of that pulling everything together making invoices tacking everything up so our goal this weekend and through next week is to really try to get. Some kind of website stood up. Because it's a lot. My brain feels very tired. I have friends and family. That are wonderful. But they're sending me text messages and I'm like Oh my gosh. My brain might explode before opening heart than Hammer. Any had experience running a vintage store on at sea. She isn't the only brick and mortar store returning to their roots metaphorical or otherwise Meghan. George Cain is the owner of the then succulent and Raleigh Durham North Carolina. I was that student that had planted my dorm room. After graduating. I thought to myself okay. I'm in the nine to five job. I would love to do something as a side hustle because that was in two thousand eleven. Two thousand twelve. We're side hustles. Became a thing I discovered the and I thought what is something that I know well and then I'm not seeing online or on this platform and it was selling living greenery but in a low maintenance way so terrariums. I put a terrarium online. I did not know how to ship it. I did not know anything in regards to the actual logistics. All of a sudden started to on. It started off. Maybe selling an order a week in that may be thirty dollars terrarium to as we continued on for the next four years on having a stream of income that was in the six digits in her mom at sea shop together their success led to Megan writing a book about terrariums in. Twenty fifteen and leaving her day job to run. The Zen succulent full-time. She opened a physical store in downtown. Durham than another one. In Raleigh. We can do business in a four hundred square foot space and make a pretty good about income. Author that people go into Lows or those large box stores and they think Oh man. A garden store needs to be like that in reality what you might be interested in. What my specific customer is interested in. You can have in a small location because we're having specific plants. That are low maintenance. We're having specific greenery that she'll do for table top gardens. We don't need the large hoses in the hammers. And all of those other things to make your items beautiful in a lot of states. Large hardware store chains with garden centers like Lowe's and Home Depot are deemed essential businesses and allowed to stay open. The succulent had to close. Its two stores in April. Megan's able to keep working on site. We do have living inventory that still has to be maintained. So we're able to go in not only take care of the greenery but also to do a variety of different plant orders that we might have online since we again. We had everything already online. We just decided to refresh our website as soon as we saw kind of things happening in the news so we added a variety of different installations on our website. We added collaborations with our lovely Jordan. Grace Owens. She created a variety of different pots for us to have the painted vases that we didn't debut yet and we decided to move up that time on so that allowed us to be able to package up those type of orders. Something specific that people can't get anywhere other than us into out of could it on that online platform. We also have another artwork kind of insulation for unclear. Daniels who has created some bubbly pieces for us again. All of these things that we have been doing were in the pipeline. We decided to instead of having them sold in person to make them available online not allowed us to not only have a purchase but people from all over we sent some up to New York we also sent one out to Arizona so these are large kind of pots where. I'm so glad that they all safe and sound. You know it's just a different way of doing business. So is it just a ton of bubble wrap? Yes Oh my gosh. Tons OF BUBBLE WRAP IN A lot of prayers at hearth hammer and you shall store. It's also been a flurry of packing and shipping. She's been putting together gift boxes that come with products like coffee homemade soap and her candles. Were really fortunate because we've always focused on trying to get as many local goods in there as we can and also sourcing everything that we can from the United States so a lot of our supply. Sheen's are unaffected and we have thankfully because this is our slow season. We had a lot of candles in stock.

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"batavia illinois" Discussed on The HT Guys

The HT Guys

12:56 min | 1 year ago

"batavia illinois" Discussed on The HT Guys

"If you buy the large size the CAF POW you get a shout out on the show and we got three of those this week all of which came with emails we will get to in a second but they came from Glenn Veran Craig Olson and Levi Qingchen Berg so Glen Craig and Levi. Thank you very much for your cap. Has anyone else who bought us a cup of coffee? We appreciate that as well. Hey before we move on I wanNA make sure I got Levi's name right 'cause I typed it in and I'm wondering if it's if I didn't type I made a mistake my apologies. I forgot the L. Klingenberg so Levi my apologies to you now. Glenn has been with the show for a long time. He's in South Africa and I'll never forget when there was a World Cup on and it was on. Espn we actually escaped with each other. Talk about the video quality because he was watching an event live in. I think he's in Johannesburg. And of course me here. In Mission Viejo Lake Forest area and my daughter was listening. Because you know the South Africans have an accent it's I guess I'd call similar to Australian but not really Australian anyway. She's going down. Where was that guy from South Africa? How do you know him? And I was explaining to her about the podcast and everything and she was just amazed by it and it just great Glenn is still with the show and we'll get to his email here in a second. Do you remember how much it tripped us out. When we first got our first email from Glenn in South Africa and realized that there were people in South Africa listening to this show. Just the two of us in in southern California. Podcast together will the very first Overseas email we got was from a guy in Canberra Australia. I don't remember his name but you and I were in my office and I said to our. They're hearing our voices in Australia. We were just so blown away by So but before we get onto all the emails This is the episode that we're going to announce the winners of contests so we've got to devices to prizes. That are being given away and is from mono price and they are supporting us with the Monoprix. Sb One hundred. It's a two dot one thirty six inch suffer with a built in sound bar with a built in sub. Woofer and we are also giving away the Blackbird Four K. Hdmi switch so we will be announcing the winners here. In a couple of seconds or I so drum roll please. The winner of the HDMI switch is Alvin. Coal from top via Batavia Illinois. And thank you Alvin. Four entering and congrats on the HDMI switch and the sound bar is Dennis Trasco or Tresco from Mount Carmel Pennsylvania. And congratulations to you on the sound bar so these are pretty cool gifts. Let me tell you if you're looking for a sound bar. I'm really excited about this. One it being is pretty long so if you it'll probably fit on whatever table that you've got you've got your television mounted to or you could mounted to the wall underneath your television. And because it's got the supple for built-in you can get some deep bass out of it In that Will becoming your way here. Shortly in the in the Blackbird Four K four point one HD my switch. That's a cool gift to but I understand. That's one of those prizes that a lot of people may not have a use for because if you're using your receiver to do you're switching but I'm sure you could probably find something to do with that We you'll be getting an email from us here shortly and Just reply back with your shipping address and we will get that out to you right away and if you didn't win hit up mono price because they have these and a bunch of other great products that you can get for yourself there well and just like us. Brayden mono price was basically known for Cheap Cape. I shouldn't say cheap inexpensive cables because they worked every bit as good as the expensive ones. I've never bought a mono price cable. That didn't work so They have grown to doing this kind of stuff. I remember one other device that I bought from them was an HDMI splitter. So this is a switch but It was a splitter where you one HDMI into Hdmi out. And I thought that was pretty trippy because at the time. I don't know that you were there. Was many people doing that kind of stuff and they were saying. Oh it couldn't be done but monoprix had it and So they billed speakers or sorry they sell speakers they probably have them source for them. But there's all kinds of good stuff you can get. There is kind of like the Amazon of Home Theater stuff. You know it just. It's a Cool Company. Very and their local Well I know one of the warehouses is out here in southern California. I think not too far from where we live actually. Yeah they've had an awesome growth path as well going from like you said that kind of the the bang for the buck a best value cables that you could get all the way to where they have their own branded gear So anything that you need if you want to get something and you don't want to spend a lot for but you want to get high quality mono prices somewhere you should check before you check anywhere else. Yeah check out. Their sub woofers actually pretty good deals on those all right enough of US gushing about mono price Let's get on to Glens email so brain is a little bit long. So why don't we just kind of go back and forth on it so no one gets tired of hearing either one of us all right so first up is Glenn I don't know how many times I'm going to repeat that says hi are in. Here's a long overdue. Kath how to you guys fifteen years on and I cannot thank you enough for making sure that my weekend starts off on a high note as I drive home in traffic listening to you guys if I recall correctly the HDTV the home theater podcast started in March of two thousand. Fifteen two thousand five. I can't read two thousand five so he continues to says last year around Black Friday. I got to the point where I needed a set of bookshelf speakers as needed. Get my stereo setup going. I already had a yamaha x four seventy amp which I've been using to drive a set of outside speakers located within my thatched entertainment area and I even had my old technics turntable repaired with my echo dot connected to the amp. It was time to get a set of speakers that myself like Ara can sit down and enjoy music. Which is something I have missed doing for so long. I had a tight budget. So the clips fifth are fifty one m bookshelves were on my short Brandon raves about clips. And so many others. So I couldn't go wrong before I pulled the trigger. It is then that I discovered Bentley. Acoustics. I've been a member of our local AV forum for years but somehow missed this company unfold in front of my very own eyes for the last three years. I just WANNA give a shout out to von Bentley and crossover designer Rudi Marla who together produce the most unbelievable range of speakers proudly designed and hand built here in South Africa for the same price that you'd pay for a known brand you'll get a speaker from Bentley Acoustics. That beats it hands down in terms of sound quality and by saying this. I'm not giving them nearly enough credit as email would be way too long. They have an unbelievable sound stage and the repercussion. The reproduction of base mids and highs are second to none the reviews on their website and discussions on our local. Ab Forum. Say at all all right so taking a leap of faith as one has to do. Nowadays when purchasing speakers as one doesn't really have an opportunity to go to a hi-fi shop and audition the speakers and going based on reviews discussions. I got my hands on a pair of the F. R. One hundred bookshelf speakers speakers for my stereo setup when I heard the F. R. One hundred dollars for the first time I had goosebumps and it reminded me of the days of my youth when I was exposed to many high FIS as well as great sound. I love them so much that this year. I'll be replacing my aging mission speakers and a my lounge with a pair of the F. s. One Twenties Floor Sanders. On back on my. I'm back in my happy place and I've been enjoying just sitting down and relaxing and listening to music again recalling all those great tracks that I remember that would make these speakers sing. I subjected them to many genres of music and they held up like no other are embracing. I wish you guys could have the opportunity to listen to them. I know you'll be blown away. Only thing is that you can only purchase these in South Africa. When you buy Bentley Acoustics you become part of the family. I'm able to contact von directly via WHATSAPP with any questions etc. He such a great guy and both him and rudy are well respected in. Av circles as their tagline states. Just listen I'm not getting paid for this. It's a brand that has and still is developing a strong following as they've come up with a superb product that I know will do well and well are now that you've traveled to Australia. It's high time that you consider a trip down to Cape Town no excuses United Airlines flies direct from New York to Cape Down. Well there's my problems united I have to fly delta. Just kidding Thanks again for all your hard work putting the show together every week all of us a dedicated listeners. Appreciate it very much. And he gives us a link to their website. I'll put that on the website and you know I would love to come down. South Africa I don't know that I'm GonNa do that anytime in the very near future but I am. I do have it on my list of places to go visit so Glenn. Hopefully before the twenty year anniversary show. I'll get down there and then we can hang out and listen to your speakers. Yeah that'd be Rad. I have a cousin that lives in South Africa and she says I should go visit to but man. It's a long flight it is. It is now I flew to Australia so it. It can't be much longer than that. I guess you gotTA fight in New York for us and then fly down there So couple things. That's a great point. There's a lot of small speaker companies that make these speakers and a lot of them. They don't actually have to make the drivers. I don't know that a Bentley does or doesn't they can source drivers from other companies and then design a crossover and design the cabinet. And do all that kind of stuff and so it. You know. Companies like clips. They'll do their own drivers or Maybe on their lower end gear they'll source them but on their high ends up. They'll they'll design their own drivers and crossovers and whatnot so look around on the Internet. You could probably find somebody that's relatively close to you and You can help. A local company would Would your speaker purchase and you might find is not as expensive as you would think and you'll probably get some extremely high quality speakers all right one other thing. Sorry I have on my calendar. I believe it is the twenty seventh of March. I am going to go and record video Person you remember Keith. The person we sold those the equipment to one of the first people we sold speakers to yeah he has gone way deep into high end audio and he was describing some of the stuff that he has an how much money that he was. has put into these speakers and I asked him. Would you mind if I came and just record it and you could just walk us through it? Not For the audio purpose just for him to describe what the speakers are and why he bought it. So we're going to kind of go through. What an audio file and I. I would put Keith in that audio file. Category he's not a millionaire or anything like that but he spends more money than the average person would more than I do even on audio equipment and so I so it's not beyond the scope of What's worth it? But it would be great to get his perspective and he says he's GonNa play some stuff for me on vinyl. That will blow me away so I go in open minded and willing to have him play something that will blow me away Nice. That's awesome all right so our next email is from Craig. Craig also gave us a CAF POW. So this is e mail shoutout so thank you Craig for the Calf Powell. He says my pal was a long time coming. I'm not sure when I started listening somewhere in the one hundred to two hundred episodes stretch. I owe you more and you help me out with receiver. Purchase a few years back. I just wanted.

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"batavia illinois" Discussed on The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"batavia illinois" Discussed on The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

"Two I looked at the loss on on the website and also you have presented in front of me something. That's just come out of a bow. Okay so non-carbonated yet and correct and ready for prime time or correct is literally the first time anybody's tasted those beers. I love these barrels. Also it's just to see how they're progressing and make sure there isn't any blaring blaring nostrils nasties yet. So yeah very I tasted it and I don't know if you WanNa talk about those now Leslie Fry law segment when I want to also say that Nick you saw also a podcast so come on man give us a vis a plug for the sure. Yeah I mean a couple of buddies started a little golf. PODCAST called the no laying up podcast and it's kind of about the plight of the Midwest West Golfer especially during wintertime and we cover all things golf from latest news the tournament recap in sports gambling or golf gambling. DFS stuff and try to have fun with it and you know we have. We have some sponsorships with tour edge. which is another local company? Here in Batavia Illinois and doing a out. When when you're when you'RE GONNA release this probably Friday or Saturday all right so scoring on I if somebody happens to listen to this Friday and a golfer and wants to come out to the PJ superstar in Downers Grove Saturday? We're doing a live recording there. been doing some giveaways and contests and should be good so yeah we're pretty new. We recorded our tenth APP this past weekend and you know having fun with it then goes all right. That's good stuff fellow. Poke Castles Razak loss. PODCAST stood in beautiful Gulf. Where you actually play? I mean I don't have one on single.

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"batavia illinois" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"batavia illinois" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Fix do it yourself projects, this as the fix it show with Mr. fix it. Tom things on WTMJ it is final segment for Saturday June eighth. I'm Danny Clayton. Tom, please, Mr. fix it here. Eric Brown citing and limited. And let's go as the crow flies eighty-five miles down the road. There's advantage of fifty thousand watts Gregson Batavia Illinois. Hey greg. Good morning. Wisconsin. Oh, wait. What? Where's that? It's north. Right. Spy, novels seven miles northwest randomly, I apologize. I through. And the chargers get real upset when they show up in there in the wrong. But Greg's a good man. Anyways, I've got a ranch home from the mid vinyl siding on it. No Berg facial, and I've got a varmint problem. I get rats sort of comedy. We poisoned up. I've got some neighbors that got some pretty a lot of crap laying on. What do you suggest putting on? 'cause I poison they keep coming in on a face there from the block. Is there something I can pack in there? Mortar and often plug it against the top of the facial played or what? I think like best new will come out and they, they use that, that copper Meshi like it looks like a brillo pad type stuff and all about its copper copper, and then they just they shove that above the foundation because the critters don't like the copper, they do something like that. When we when we recite a house, we actually bend aluminum. That down just to cover the bottom of the wall, and it goes to the foundation, so that it's so critters are. So the woods not expose behind the siding that they can get up there and squeeze in there. That's what we do on a recite. But I think some of those pest management companies will shove copper, it's like a it's like a brillo pad, copper copper, and they shove that, and then the, the mice aren't supposed to like that, Greg. You're not that Greg watching go to sock field go to that. The humane society get cat. What you need killer can't and it's already. Good. Good can he's got a tiger. Barn. Small. Cats are killing machines. Mean if you really study them, they're pretty. Yeah. They just don't talk to you, anyway. You got try to close up all those openings cannon, and there's not I don't know of a simple way to put a piece of trim in there to close it up. No, no. We do it on, on re when we reside, because we can go up behind the siding and seal it all off that way. And use the the aluminum as deterrent. Because the pests don't want to mess with that. We only got about a minute. So we did have a question you workmanship. How do you guys cover that is their, their period of is? It looked like five years, yachting unlimited. Yeah. We, we have a five year labor warranty with for workmanship with with all of our stuff. And then on top of that, you get all your all the product warranties and the product warranties. Very LP smart side is, is fifty years. A lot of our shingle, manufacturers certain teeth and stuff are our lifetime warranty so different different things. But none of that matters if it doesn't get put on, right? I mean how many times Tom phase have you said it's what ninety percent of the things you've seen have been because guys put it on the didn't know what they were doing. There's lots of really good product out there. You've got install it, right. So octa citing unlimited. Okay..

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"batavia illinois" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"batavia illinois" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"The HALE and zoo interchange, we are at about a five minute right there with traffic and weather together on the tents. I'm Debbie Lazaga. WTMJ W, I dot com timesaver traffic. WTMJ five day forecast this morning, maybe a little patchy fog, but get ready for a nice warm. Spring day today, mostly sunny, high temperature around sixty eight degrees. We'll have some lower seventies inland for tonight. Partly cloudy, a chance of a brief shower or storm this evening. Low temperature forty five Tuesday, partly cloudy, still nice, fifty six Wednesday, some rain and snow moves in in the afternoon. A high temperature forty degrees for Thursday, rain likely. Maybe some snow mixing in north a high of forty six Friday, some snow showers in a high temperature forty four I'm meteorologist Brian is this team forecast? WTMJ Edison, fifty one Green Bay forty seven Waukesha fifty. It's fifty six Milwaukee, WTMJ and shy. You're listening to Wisconsin morning news with gene Millard, Jane Matenaer and Doug Russell on sports now by from annex wealth management studios at Radio City. Here's gene Miller. Bring this spring new situation in Batavia, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago, where police report responding to reports of an unknown male with a rifle entering the high school. They tweeted it at six thirty this morning confirming police response, I'm watching a Chicago TV stations right now that as a chopper over the building it's a sprawling huge. I'd say it's the size like Nicolay high school. It's just a massive building Batavia.

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"batavia illinois" Discussed on Radiolab

Radiolab

05:21 min | 2 years ago

"batavia illinois" Discussed on Radiolab

"This is Joanna from Batavia Illinois radio lab is supported by linked in learning Lincoln learning has over thirteen thousand courses to help you clinch any career moment. Like getting promoted or nailing. Your next presentation. Visit Lincoln learning dot com slash career to keep learning in the moments that matter to you. Hey radio lab producers Simon Adler here. And before we get to the show. And here we got a quick word from us any McEwen hair. This is Kelly prime radio lab step. This is Walters here here and the technical pretty production manager producer editor here radio lab on slightly self conscious embarrassed by the fact of speaking my phone, okay? So again, we reached out to you guys to our listeners, and we asked that four thousand of us core radio four thousand you did you did you did you totally came through incredible. In fact, more than games. And so from the staff your radio lab, the people you pay to keep on the air. Wanna thank every one of you became a member during that drive to thank you so much. Thank you. Thanks. Thank you so much. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you so much. And if you didn't pledge yet. Don't worry not too late. We welcome. Our support year round at radio app dot one Brady lab. Work radio lab dot org. Thanks. Okay. Onto the show. Wait. You're. Listening to radio radio. WNYC? So I guess our first question is like what what conceivable set of circumstances led to you doing? What you did? I just thought it would be a weird thing to do. Yeah. Well, that would be we we don't know if it's funny, but we try it out. So is it going to be weird? We'll do it. Yeah. Is it going to alienate half the audience? Yeah. Do. Okay. We just to send things up, and you'd better goes to people you just heard show and curt Brown, they are comedians, and we first heard about the bit you're about to hear from Jesse thorn, host of the sound of Young America. Great show. Are you rolling over there? Jesse? No record you. Okay. Check own. Okay. Yeah. I'm really. So you say when Kurt and Kristen walk onstage. What happened? Well, there's a couple of jokes up top. They joke about this this TV show that they hosted in the seventies bench. Finally. I'd courthouse it explained the American judicial system using a courthouse. Made completely of animal cancelled immediately. In. So the audience is kind of laughing at the jokes thanking like, oh, this is going to be a regular comedy sketch sketch from that tonight. All right. Hey herring. I'm ready. Okay. And then they go into this song. Does this maniacal seeing clapping? Christian is doing this horsey, Dan. Just. Could you do this? Four in Lincoln y. Titian Jad where we do it. We got the after the third repetition. People laugh, maybe they get it. Like, oh, they're just gonna do that over and over and then somewhere around like four around the fourth time, then it's not. I'm done with them done. I don't wanna watch this anymore. Why are they still doing? And then and then that changes tach will hatred, and they're like, you stupid people you too stupid people. But somewhere between nine and eleven. And then they're like.

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"batavia illinois" Discussed on Science Friday

Science Friday

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"batavia illinois" Discussed on Science Friday

"Your picks, and here's one my name is Jeff Krant from Batavia Illinois in my book recommendation for twenty eighteen is the rise and fall dinosaurs. By Steve precisely Dr precisely rates in a eloquent way that is easy for everybody to understand and he sheds new light on dinosaur. Evolution it is a must read for all of you Dino buffs out there. Being one of them is one of my favorite books of the year. When we had this one also from Julie g in New Jersey origin story by David Christian gives you the big history of everything just like it says, it's really informative, and I'm still picking up the pieces of my mind that it blew while reading. It definitely deserves a second raid. Now, we've gathered a panel of readers here with us to guide us through year the year in books, we wanna know what they thought about him. Stephanie Sendaula send dollar like New York dollar. Dollars and associated library journal reviews here in New York. She's with us here in New York studios. Welcome. Thank you. Thank you for having me IRA. You welcome never blonde director of the Knight science journalism program at MIT and author of the poison squad a solid pick as we'll be talking about it. Welcome back. Debra. Thank you. It's great to be back back. Eric Topol I- cardiologists and executive vice president and professor at scripts research in LA Hoya, California. Good to have you back. Eric, thanks. I record to be way the full list of our panel's recommendations and some of mine, you can see them all at science Friday dot com slash.

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"batavia illinois" Discussed on Wow In the World

Wow In the World

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"batavia illinois" Discussed on Wow In the World

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"batavia illinois" Discussed on The Alien Adventures of Finn Caspian

The Alien Adventures of Finn Caspian

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"batavia illinois" Discussed on The Alien Adventures of Finn Caspian

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