35 Burst results for "Bend Oregon"

"bend oregon" Discussed on Another Mother Runner

Another Mother Runner

04:54 min | 7 months ago

"bend oregon" Discussed on Another Mother Runner

"Of 6 minutes and 16 seconds and a half a second. So 6, 16.5. Ally is the mom of 9 year old twins and an assistant high school cross country coach in bend Oregon. So welcome Allie nice to have you. Thank you..

Ally bend Oregon Allie
"bend oregon" Discussed on Another Mother Runner

Another Mother Runner

02:39 min | 8 months ago

"bend oregon" Discussed on Another Mother Runner

"It truly, and that is one of one of the top reasons why I exercise is to feel alive. Sure. Oh, for sure. Now do you well this inspire you to sign up for anything else in the I mean, I realize it probably it's kind of the end of race season. Racing season, but next spring, perhaps. Well, so, I mean, I have women run next February. I think that's on the 27th. Yes. At Hilton head, people can sign up for that. Yeah. So I bet I'll do the quarter marathon at that again. Okay. And then and then by then I'll already be starting to train for Missoula marathon. Sure. Okay, so yes. So it does, you know, I don't know what a time goal would be for Missoula. That's a long way to run. Times four of what I ran on Sunday. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, you just think about that in April for me. Yeah. And worry about that yet. Right, right, right, right. Yes. So anyway, well, I know you and I are both delighted with our guest today. It's the least cape who is co author of run fast eat slow cookbooks with renowned marathon or Chilean flanagan. So the dynamic duo has a new book out this month that I know is sitting right next to both of us called rise and run recipes rituals and runs to fuel your day. Elise is a mom of two young kiddos. She's a repeat guest on the pod, Elise was on in September 2016. It's episode two 27. If you want to go back and listen, alas, this time instead of joining me in my basement recording studio, at least it's joining us from her home in bend Oregon, via Zoom. Stay tuned, Elise will join us right after this. We love handful bras and the small team of women who found it and run the brand. All handful products are designed by women who are guided by the stated purpose of supporting women so they can grab life by the handful. Their products.

Missoula Chilean flanagan Elise Hilton bend Oregon
"bend oregon" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

06:14 min | 9 months ago

"bend oregon" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"Twenty eight me. Daveramsey christy wright and george campbell. And we're going to help you set a foundation for your goals and your money. We're going to give you a game plan. I don't know what normal is anymore. Who knows what normal is. I want to get back to normal. I'm not sure. I want to get back to normal. I want things like the old days. I don't want the things like the old days. The old days at out houses and cars didn't have disc brakes and didn't have penicillin. I don't want the old days. You know i i like it the way it is and so life. Life is pretty good but normal as of two years ago. I'd i'd settle for that. But i don't think you're going to see that again. I think we have a different world now. So let's learn to live live and sit on the sidelines and throw grenades so we're going to give you a game plan. September twenty eighth to register for the game plan live stream text game plan to thirty three seven. Eighty nine text game plan all one word to three three seven eight nine open phones at triple eight eight to five five two. Two five marissa is in bend oregon marissa. How can i help. Hi thank you for taking my call. my husband and i we are really frustrated living in oregon right now and so We are wanting to move somewhere that To a state that is more in line with our values and what we want for the future for our children and we are in the middle of Baby steps three and four so just trying to you. Know your advertisement about a game plan so just trying to figure out what would be the best game plan to plan a move like this something. We had not planned on doing At all we both were born and raised in oregon. But it's just it's just too much. We just so heartbreaking the place you were born the place you love. The place you were raised doesn't feel like home anymore now not at all. So what is what are the key. Things that are driving you out of there So a lot of it is just you know. The unrelenting mandate I work for state government. My husband works for indian tribe here. So it just is you know one thing after another or kids or just being bombarded by you know liberal anti-christian views When they're in school we actually live in more of a rural area so we don't have any other schooling options for them So those are the two big things a lot of the politics. Just you know the constant Socialist ideas that are being passed. Down in oregon. So i mean all of it. I originally i ask not trouble but think it is good for elected officials to hear why their citizens are leaving right and it's happening in california new york and mass. It's happening in oregon and washington state. it's happening around some of the major cities where the city is lost control They lost control of their cities and And and people are. They're not you know people who are the producers in our culture who are the peop- the artists who make the art the business people who run the businesses the administrators who administrate the good moms and dads. Who do show up at the pta meetings They've lost their tolerance for the stuff and we're seeing one of the biggest migrations in the history of the united states. Right now is since the time that this country was actually settled. It's it's pretty bizarre. So that's why bring it up. It's kind of a philosophical thing but worth talking about yeah mersal. I'm curious if you could tell. David i What's driving the destination. The most is the where or is it. The what what you guys will need to do. from a professional standpoint just curious well i. I actually work in a prison here in oregon. So you know my career fields. I'm not necessarily anticipating being able to stay and But my husband is a farmer He actually farms Like i said a native american tribe for their tribal governments. So he's very much. I mean he has an act degree from texas. so that's kind of why we're looking at texas he's You know familiar with texas really liked going to school there So he his degree is an economics so he can run any part of a farm from the business end to the manual. And so burgess right now. We're focusing on getting him a job and where where would that be. What would that look like Especially in the mid west. I mean even just Job opportunities for him an oregon the farming community where they're out of water like there so hit his his opportunities regardless of the politics are becoming few and far between so So that's another another thing. That's driving our desire to move as career opportunities as well you. What do you do tactically. Just the function in the prison system will kind of job as administrative in nature. Wouldn't do right now. I run a life skills program so transitioning work so i can do that kind of stuff and a variety of settings And i also have a experience in administration so okay so i wanna more marketable. His you know working for a different type of environment or career field might begin. Correct me if i'm wrong more defined by what you do rather than where i really wouldn't i mean i think it's i i've been running a life skills program i've been in in administration. Oh by the way happened to be in a prison system. I agree so once you guys get where the giggles for the hubs This is a wonderful wonderful job. Market right now and you're going to be very very attractive to a lot of different people so i i just wanted to ask about that so i think dave at this point. It's you know okay. We gotta figure out the place. We've got a wonderful relocation guide. That i wanna make sure kelly gives them at the end of this call. We had a ramsey relocation got. It's free to really helps you. Walk through a checklist of everything from real estate professional Schools packing everything. You could imagine part of the thing. That freaks people out about a.

oregon christy wright marissa bend oregon george campbell texas washington california new york burgess united states David dave kelly
"bend oregon" Discussed on Hearts Unleashed

Hearts Unleashed

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"bend oregon" Discussed on Hearts Unleashed

"I am pumped to have you here for this conversation about soul verses strategy man. I love this conversation and it's actually. It was inspired by the fact that we are launching off the hearts unleashed leadership academy and we have this early bird sale during the month of june. If you're listening whatever year we had this during june twenty twenty one and the six month early bird. Nurturing program includes a soul call and a strategy call two calls each month to hang out with the early birds and really work on what they're joining the program to work on so particularly around emotionally intelligent leadership. This is meant for entrepreneurs it's meant for people with fixed income. It's meant for People with no job or career necessarily maybe that it can look any way because ultimately you know enough about me is that i believe in leadership what i had been saying in our webinar. Is we see a lot of emotionally under developed leadership in the world however hearts unleashed israeli committed to emotionally intelligent leadership. Something else that. I want to say an introduce here is that you might hear some Vehicles driving in the background. That is because now. I am living in my camper with my fiance timothy. We are on the road for the next four months traveling the circumference of the country I think i said that right. The sa- conference the perimeter of the country am currently in bend oregon hanging out with my sister. Emily whom i love so much and some recording in the camper however. I'm about an acre off the road and up again. I guess i have noticed. This in certain areas is that there are lots of vehicles without mufflers. They love really cars. If you're one of those people. I don't get you but i love you whatever anyways i have to remind myself that i love people who drive around with no mufflers because it doesn't make any sense to me anyways. Welcome to solvers strategy. We are going to be nurturing. The early birds with these calls. But i want to bring the idea to you. Because i think it's really important to distinguish soul versus strategy and how to integrate the two of them. I think this is really really important. Because a lot of have been taught to and still by strategy and strategy only And we can achieve a lot of things without any feeling behind it without any passion behind it which what tends to happen from that aspect is that we can arrive. at some. really remarkable achievements with no sense of fulfillment. And i certainly did that. Throughout the first two decades of my life the for nearly three decades of my life is tried to achieve achieve achieve achieve. Be worthy. Look good hit the mark. Check the box and still left. Uninspired unexcited and Mostly letdown..

bend oregon timothy Emily
Man Suspected of 3 Killings in Oregon Town Is Still at Large

KGO Live

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Man Suspected of 3 Killings in Oregon Town Is Still at Large

"A man they have not publicly identified who they believe killed three people in North Bend, Oregon. They say it started in an RV campground, where he killed a man in a trailer and ran over an elderly couple, killing the husband, critically injuring his wife before killing a man and a marijuana dispensary nearby is considered armed and dangerous. Now a

North Bend Oregon
"bend oregon" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:09 min | 1 year ago

"bend oregon" Discussed on WGN Radio

"You from Bend, Oregon. Of course, you can always reach me at Peter. Peter Greenberg. Calmly name phone number. Question of problem. We will do this right on the show threat. Every episode of the show that we do always happy to hear from you here in bend. Most of you probably don't really know where bent is, and we've been trying to give you a sense. Took place throughout the show. But there's also some place here in Ben that's becomes somewhat of a tourist attraction. In fact, it's the last remaining one of its kind ever. And I was over there earlier today because I had to see it for myself. In fact, I even bought something there. It's the last remaining blockbuster in the world. Ladies and gentlemen and the manager, Sandy Harding. Sandy, welcome. Well, thank you. And thank you for inviting me to be on your program. So why Blockbuster, and why bend? That's a great question. You know, I think a lot of it has to do with our community. You know, I tell everybody all the Time when the tourists go away and kind people like you call Stop calling me for interviews. It's the local people that keep us open and they are incredibly loyal. You know, bend is always really liked movies and people are just really into the whole shop. Local support local the same thing that we do every day as well. Now I have an admission to make. I said I bought something there. Let me tell you what I bought for $2. Okay. A retrospective. Johnny Carson. Best of Carson V. H s tape to even have a VHS player. I do. I even have a rotary phone. I even my email is on a Oh, well, So you know your stories for me Good deal. But are there VHS machines in bend? There are and you know, it's kind of amazing. We have people that will come in and rent DVDs and they'll buy a VHS and they'll go down to the goodwill or to somewhere else and by a player to take They're staying, and then they re donated the next day. So yes, you can find it is a long way to go to rent something it is. But you know a lot of these families coming here that want their Children to experience something new. And you know, it's always so wonderful. I love it. They want to experience something new and old VHS machine exactly. And it's funnier than heck to see them, like hold on to it and realize how heavy they are and and that, you know, I had one little girl that was probably five or six. It was like But why? But why? And she just could not understand why we'd have this movie on this big, chunky things. Did you give her an answer? I didn't know that her father do it. I didn't chime in, but it was pretty hilarious listening to him now I'm dating myself. When I tell you that in in my office, I still have Betas, Do I? I had some data, Max. We had some donated to the store. Not very long ago. We saw laser discs actually in the store to have a player anything, but we still have some old laser discs. What's the most? Is there such a thing as the most popular VHS tape? I don't? Yeah, I'm sure there is. I don't know what it would be, Um, you know, we get people that donate them to us all the time. We do get an awful lot of star Wars BHS, which is pretty amazing. And some of them pretty fun. We get a lot of Disney, um, donated to the store Me personally, I have the shining and the walk. I don't know if anybody remembers the walk movie, there was a Star wars. Well, I remember the shining here. Here's Johnny. Go goes right along with your Johnny Carson. Um, but I have the VHS in my office. I I watch it all the time. So you say people donate to the store. They do so they, you know, people who can't come visit will make donations. They send us their old VHS and DVD players from all over the country. We've had people send us money. It's It's pretty fun. We get You know, $5 here there, they can't come renting movies, so they're going to send me $5 so that you know they can still donate to the store and help keep it going, And that's all I do is to keep it alive. Yeah, exactly. And so it's wonderful and it's so much fun, But I have to say you you've got merchandising down now, right? There are blockbuster leisure suits. I know, but that's not great. Unbelievable. I could get arrested in one of them. And you're selling all sorts of like other blockbuster ther Mrs and all kinds of stuff And you know if somebody would have told me, you know Five years ago that I'd be doing this, I would probably have laughed at them. In fact, when we had the total eclipse, not a few years back. The total totality was in Madras, which is about 45 minutes north of us, and we had people visiting from all over and they kept coming in saying Oh, my gosh, we have a blockbuster anymore. I wish you guys had T shirts and I'm like we're not going to sell T shirts were a video store. We're still renting movies every day. That was, you know, a few years back, and if I'd only realized then I would have been selling T shirts. How long have you been with Blockbuster For 17 Years. 17 years August 2nd Now, how does it work? Because there are no more blockbusters Know who owns the franchise. So we were a franchise before in Kenan W. Tischer, are they right here and bend and they are the owners. But we, um now Dish network owns the blockbuster name. So when blockbuster in bankruptcy, they're the ones that acquired them and then in lieu of our franchise agreements, we have a licensing agreement. Now that we re sign every year, and that allows us to operate under the name Just letting you do it. Yeah, dishes milling yesterday, and I think originally, I mean, I obviously wasn't in the room, but I think originally the idea was that we had a franchise agreement that they had to find a way to work with when they started closing all the corporate stores, and so they offered us all licensing agreements. And you know we could keep doing it are we had our fourth and final one a year ago. Which kind of was a little But, you know, we had our fourth and final one in dish was so wonderful about renegotiating and re signing it, And I really don't foresee a reason why they wouldn't so you're good to go for a while. We're good to go till November. That's not a long time. No, but you know again, I don't foresee dish saying no, As long as we're following the rules, and especially with our popularity now, I I don't foresee that there are rules. There are rules. So you have to utilize the blockbuster ticket properly. Uh, And if you don't, then Yeah, you could lose your license agreement. So when are you going to open up an annex that just sells VHS machines. You know, I'm not sure that we could possibly do that. They're pretty expensive. If you go on online you're going to find they're pretty expensive nowadays. Okay, Well, listen, I hope you go through November. Oh, yeah, Well, it was so much fun to go over there today. Yeah, it really was. You know, it's so much fun. I tell people short of working at Disneyland. I know where else you could go to work that everybody comes in with a smile on their face. And you know no more. Are those grumpy people coming in with late fees anymore. Now people are Kevin and going. Oh, I'd love to pay my late fees. Let's keep you going. Um, so everybody comes with a smile on their face. They tell me wonderful stories about their families.

Johnny Carson Sandy Harding Peter Greenberg $5 $2 Disney 17 Years Sandy five six Madras Ben Peter November 17 years Star wars Kevin yesterday Blockbuster star Wars
Interview With Pilots Craig Beles and Truman O'Brien

There I Was...

01:26 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Pilots Craig Beles and Truman O'Brien

"Creek truman. Welcome to the there. It was podcast. Thank you thank you very much. Gentlemen you have quite an interesting story in an interesting background craig. Especially you at seventy years old deciding. This was the right time in your life. Things finally lined up where you had the time and the money together to go flying and flying with your cfi truman. Who with a lot of experience but then kinda went doormat when he retired from the airlines for dozen years or so came back to be a cfi and help you learn to fly help. His nephew learned to fly and So here you are in. Imc conditions flying from from bend oregon to To vashon island. Do you mind picking up the story from there. Yeah it was quite the Quite the experience. I hadn't planned on this unexpected stop that we made on the side of mount saint. Helen's we now refer to this as the miracle on mount saint. Helen's at least. I do. But i couldn't have done it with a better A better pilot. Truman of course has many many hours. on i think over nineteen thousand but As he's told me before he's never had a crash before so. This was a new experience for the both of us but we were coming back from band. Everything was fine. I had flown the plane from vashon down to bend oregon We turned around a couple of hours. Later started our way back and Truman was flying the plane. Control the plane

Creek Truman Bend Oregon Mount Saint Vashon Island Craig Helen Truman Vashon
Oregon High School Clinic Draws Anti-Vaccine Protesters

News, Traffic and Weather

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Oregon High School Clinic Draws Anti-Vaccine Protesters

"Up inside a bend, Oregon High school attracted anti vaccine protesters who heckled teenagers as they entered the site. Bend. The Pine School board is offering the vaccine at six different clinics at Central Oregon High schools between now and June 3rd in hopes of stemming and outbreak that is second at least 95 students and staff in the district. Student showing up for the shots this week were heckled by protesters and the school board has received hate mail over the decision to hold the clinics on pandemic to

Oregon High School Pine School Board Central Oregon High Schools
Streaming Services Killed the Last Video Store Chain

Business Wars Daily

02:56 min | 1 year ago

Streaming Services Killed the Last Video Store Chain

"Before streaming services. Let you cue up whatever you wanted to watch on your smart tv. There were video stores. Remember those if you wanted to watch a movie you drop by and pick up the latest action flick for yourself and maybe a classic disney movie or a video game for the kids. The number of video stores has been steadily decreasing since netflix's launched in nineteen ninety-seven. But now it's time to mark the end of an era after forty years in the business family video. The last of the national video store chains is closing its doors family video outlasted most of its competitors and had roughly five hundred stores at the beginning of two thousand twenty but the last video rental chain standing ended the year with roughly half that number according to retail dive. Dad insult to injury before family video. Shut its doors briefly in march. It enjoyed its best weekend. In recent memory as people grabbed a few videos to enjoy during the pandemic initial shutdown but ultimately a trifecta of both was more than the chain could withstand the wall street journal reports. I there was the business. Impact of covid nineteen shutdowns. Then more people opted for streaming services netflix hulu and company increase their combined subscriber base by fifty percent by the end of last year. Three out of four us households now subscribe to at least one streaming service and finally. There's the ongoing delay of new releases on the big screen which meant that. There was nothing new coming out on video. While a smattering of independent stores remained around the country. Video store chains mostly went the way of the dinosaur a decade ago. That's when the big players in the space including certain blockbuster closed most of their stores. Today blockbuster has one remaining store in bend oregon. In addition to video reynolds that location survives as a tourist attraction which sells its own maiden oregon merchandise according to a report in vice. While you're there you can pick up a laminated replica of a blockbuster membership card and a distress t shirt. That says i survived along with the last blockbuster. The stores reopened with safety and social distancing guidelines in place. So how did family video lasted decade longer than it's much bigger. Competitors and a dying industry two words real estate the chain owned most of its locations so it could shrink store footage and sublet the remaining space to stay profitable according to retail dive chain like blockbuster and hollywood video and other competitor were mostly leased which offered them little flexibility in controlling costs and because family video is well family owned the hoogland family could call the shots instead of answering to shareholders. Many of us love our streaming services and the ability to get the shows and movies. We want when we want them still. There's always a touch of nostalgia when something goes away. Future generations will never know that thrill of finding the last copy of a hot new release on the shelves or the stress of racking up. A stomach churning amount of late charges because you forgot to return the movie on time

Netflix Bend Oregon Disney The Wall Street Journal Blockbuster Hulu Reynolds Oregon Hollywood
"bend oregon" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"bend oregon" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Point, a new blockbuster opened every at its height, every 17 hours. Wow. Yeah. Oh, yeah. And its height, a new blockbuster store opened every 17 hours. And then now we're down to one in Bend, Oregon, and I want to go. Yeah. Serious flashbacks I used to live in the Ken would when I was single 22nd Gerard and I'd walk over the liquor. Lyle's in the afternoon. Get my stumble on. Stumbled down Hannah pins down to Blockbuster, Continue stumbling down to a grocery store and then stumble home and it was just the most wonderful circular stumble road you could ever possibly have videos. Yeah. Yeah, And I never bought any actual food to cook. I just want to get out of the deli turkey sandwiches, you know, and chips and stuff today. Well, what a difference. That's right. Yeah, Goodness, it is 7 49 to make a choice. Time Jason and Alexis present, Would you rather holiday dessert? We didn't have the budget to get a whole new open, so I have to improvise. Yeah. Rocco's. Unfortunately, poor guy has toe deal with the 3 to 6 show every day now, OK, this is Would you rather Christmas edition for Dawn and Kenny and all of you at home? Please play with us underneath, you will find the delightful to niche of the actual Kmart Christmas soundtrack. From the seventies and eighties. Okay, Here we go. Um Would you rather get food poisoning? So you can't eat on Christmas day or accidentally give everyone else. Food poisoning on Christmas Day? Oh, a zoo baker in someone who cooks now I don't want to give other people food poisoning out all get it myself. No big deal. Wow. That is very unselfish of you. Because I am giving food poisoning. That is my gift to you, boy. Have fun on the Turl it. Yeah. You rather get exactly what you want, but have to wait until the new year to use it. More get lots of okay. Too bad presence that you can use immediately. So normal, uh, e would wear I would wait. I'd like the way I'd wait for the good one. Yeah. And by the way, those air the president's I usually get for myself, right. I'm gonna wait. I have no patience. But if I know something nice is coming. Oh, yeah. I don't want me out. I don't want socks. No. Would you rather Be responsible for burning and ruining the entire Christmas meal or accidentally break a stunning gift of a relative. Oh, no burn. I would rack Yeah. Burn stuff. Uh, yeah. I don't want to break like what if someone got like a vase or something? You know, it's like, Oh, my God. I love this and then You went to stand up to get a Pepsi and you knocked it over. No, no, no like that at all, Because we could always turn the food thing into fund, You know, Let's make a run and get some chicken fingers at the gas station. All right, have fun. Which, by the way at the top of a we're gonna listen to don eating some chicken fingers in her car again way. Just have to, uh okay. I love I absolutely love this next.

Blockbuster Bend Oregon Kmart Lyle Gerard Rocco Hannah Pepsi president don Jason Alexis Dawn Kenny
"bend oregon" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

07:35 min | 1 year ago

"bend oregon" Discussed on Pantheon

"All right go back back to hannukah. I'm going back. I'm going to another hannukah song. Please do. because you're going to be a hannukah experts other. These didn't come to me as we were talking about. There are many fewer hanukkah songs. Sent me off. The top of my head actually looked really dug for some some that i liked. Not just any random hannukah song. Do you know much as yahoo shot. Who matia who has a song called miracle okay. It was it was a it was a holiday single but it wasn't from an album. I guess just party. Time with utmost respect for tradition as just living in the miracle. Candles are my vehicle. Eight nights gonna shine invincible. Kicks off the tune on the kosher tip and all of it delivered in dancehall rap style since much was once dubbed. The hasidic reggae superstar. I totally you know a lot about him. No but i do remember him. I remember i saying he was on a lot of a couple talk shows. And that was kind of unique seeing this jew. Doing legit dance raleigh. Because it's not just. I mean it's not. It's not a shortage there. I mean he is a hasidic jew and he is totally talented. I love every time. Here's something new new from him or something that i've dug for may totally dig it so his i learn. Actually when i was researching this particular song. I found out. You know even more about him for people who don't know he was. He was from new york dropped out of high school. He followed fish on tour and started doing drugs and he ended up finishing high school in bend oregon in in ninety five he rediscovered his jewish identity while he was attending school in israel when he was nineteen he he not converted but adopted orthodox orthodox judaism and he took the name mattis yahoo which is matthew in english because matthew was his given name i i. I'm fascinated by him. He's really he's as being a white reggae singer. Posed challenges White people have always done traditionally black music. But there's something about it when someone from one culture connects connects with music from another culture and able to create something to me that what it shows is that music is something that's connected tied up with all with emotions and soul and spirits and yeah. I can't wait. I this obviously. This is going to go on her playlist. But it's it's it's really good. It's a fun song have you. You do not listen to it. I will definitely will. There was never any pushback from ray community or he was always accepted. There wasn't the him appropriating there so you know to his benefit but i guess you know he. He created his own style or retire. When you do something when you do something well it's yeah it was. It was legit. Yeah through legistor. Quit so highly. Recommend much as yahoo going batch christmas. I feel like we should get some hannukah song. We're i'm gonna put you today. We'll just do that. One folk song for this part or this christmas song just more hanukkah's just kind of setting the table for what's coming up because yeah just hearing that now. I'm excited teaser. Now i'm excited about christmas juicy talking about it just playing that stuff but it is hannukah time so we need to talk about the songs. Okay i only have one more hannukah song so we'll do one more. Okay all right. Well then how do you. How do you spell hanukkah by the way i spell hanukkah and i never from this. I spoke on c. H. a. n. Uk h had you spelling. I believe i do buy might use to ks. Maybe do spell it with an age because usually when you see the two ks. It's usually just with the h. H. a. u. n. k. k. eight. That might be how i felt because you know without even thinking. I don't think i would put in there now that mature you're a girl that's funny how everybody has their preference. I get. there's no well there's no well there is a correct way. It's in hebrew. There's no incorrect way to spell it inning. In with the and do you do celebrate hannukah during those eight days or when it's convenient for you like some people their holidays to a weekend. Maybe some families do that now. Maybe maybe we do once in a while but well we every year especially this year. I mean people are outta town so like all right. We're going to wait until we have some some family. We have the other way. We'll you see we celebrate. We celebrate every night. We light the candles. We do gifts with the kids. And yeah but we don't do like a hanukkah hannukah traditionally wasn't a celebration like christmas. Get together with family back in the you know in the dark ages. It's not a big holiday religious holiday. Yeah i think they just kinda created hannukah's reaction to christmas. I think so they had. What do we got. Refresher shannon was during december around that. How then we would be giving gifts during that exactly because there were no there was no gift giving during the story of it was just a an eight day miracle. That's all so no do so. We don't have a hanukkah party you know where we moved the date and get together with family. We just let our candles for eight days for eight crazy nights. All right very good you do. We have on our. We moved around all the time. But we will. We'll light the candles and we will. We'll We'll have some sort of celebration. I don't know we haven't talked about how we're going to do it this year but i probably just just one night of just here having gifts. Here's eight gifts. Here's some cashiers. Some socks and underwear joy. Okay do you know the maccabi dhs all right. Please tell me about the mac. Beats gimme a beat maccabi. The mac and beats were founded in two thousand seven at yeshiva university in new york but they they adapted their leads the sports teams at at yeshiva university. Which who knew they even had any. are the maccabees. Okay you sheva maccabi as well right. And wonder how well they do. I wonder what it's the alabama crimson tide against your sheva maccabi. I don't think they play in the same conference. Okay that's too bad. I'd love to see that football game. There also are very interesting You know they do a lot of holiday songs and a lot of them are parodies. So this song this on them highlighting. I'll tell you a little bit. More about the mac beats what this song that i've chosen by the maccabi is there hanukkah song. It's called candlelight. Everything every hanukkah song do with candles right every holiday every single holiday. Light the candles. You pray short prayer and you eat you. Pray over the candles over..

matia yahoo bend oregon matthew raleigh new york israel yeshiva university Uk shannon alabama crimson maccabi football
Take a trip to 'The Last Blockbuster' with an exclusive AR experience and new documentary

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Take a trip to 'The Last Blockbuster' with an exclusive AR experience and new documentary

"Know if you still have AH, Video late fees from Blockbuster. A new documentary can tell you about the last place you can go pay them, so I'm sure you'll be racing right out. We're video stores have all but disappeared. The last Blockbuster is a documentary that details the very last blockbuster video store run by Sandy Harding for the past 16 years and Bend, Oregon. The doc follows Harding as she struggles to keep it afloat. The retailers fall from grace and its bankruptcy. Did you know that Blockbuster had a chance to buy night flicks? But they didn't Now that me is great, which was helped along by the rise of Netflix and streaming video on demand. It features interviews with Kevin Smith. Comedian Jamie Kennedy and, ironically, is available on video on

Blockbuster Sandy Harding Harding Bend Oregon Grace Netflix Kevin Smith Jamie Kennedy
Becoming the Director of Your Life - with Fritz Brumder & Jerry Colonna

The Reboot Podcast

05:21 min | 1 year ago

Becoming the Director of Your Life - with Fritz Brumder & Jerry Colonna

"A. Fritz. Each. You could mean, she was jerry thanks for coming on the show before we get started. Wanted you just take a minute him introduce yourself. Sure my name is I her I am the CO founder and CEO of a company called brand lives. We are based in Portland Oregon and I've recently exited the business in now I've moved my family to bend, Oregon and things are going really well right now. But. Wasn't necessarily always that way. So we'll get into kind of Janta Printer Journey of brainless. Was the. CEO. Wasn't the. Would it be helpful to talk a little bit about the was the CEO Journey? Yeah I think what's most helpful for me I. A now out of the company that I started it was. Over a seven year process, but we are really in a hard for seven years. had one co founder in the company, but he was just really on board more. Of the initial co-founder Story a little bit more but. I am in a period where I'm still kind of decompressing from that process. It ended well on a minute. Really good spot right now. Have some breathing room and have time to think and be creative and and working onto passion projects and hopefully launched my next company. But as a result of some of the like. The turmoil I experienced as a result of starting in next thing, my company. There's a little bit of fear in that process of. One in my ready to. Jump. Back on the hamster wheel knowing that the energy and effort that it takes to start a company from Ground Zero just to give you a little bit of an idea of scale, we raised around five million in capital. Peaked at about fifty employees and contractors and. Had Global operations throughout the world live video delivery tool. So basically create communication and collaboration for product companies or customers were. People like Nike Levis go crow. So it was Super Fun ride for the vast majority of it, but also pain along the way. So. Maybe before we SORTA die being. Where you are now. And some that fear, and maybe we can spend a little bit of time sort of plotting out a little bit of a path forward. I think for context it won't be helpful to talk a little bit about. The transition out and what the last few months were like. Yeah. So my first question is, why did you leave? Well it's it goes back to about a year ago. So the company. was doing really well, we navigate a number of things that mentioned have one co founder and we we were a spin out company so. You know from the early company creation process, we navigated some pretty tough decisions very very well, and then we grew in that process was insanely rewarding fantastic management team culture, the company momentum of becoming the May. Top four hundred of Inc. five hundred list of I two to three years in business that we were growing well over one hundred percent those first couple years. On, and then just as the numbers got better know even though we're adding over a million in a are. The percentage growth rate was telfer and I started to notice some issues with my own in particular. I was just we weren't seeing eye-to-eye in. Too. Many situations. And started to become a problem out as we are trying to make sense of. Why is the company not growing over one hundred percent anymore Even, though we were making solid progress, it was. Challenging to make sense of that. I had one one venture capitalist one angel investor, my co-founder, an independent on board. So I was I mentioned been to rebuild circles and I was looking back at my journal entries from a lot of those sessions. There were times where I realized. I don't think I have the right border I'm not really managing my board the right way. and. I tried a number of different things to sort of realign redirect. But, ultimately, it led to me trying to make some changes on board. And then I walked into a board meeting. Only, two board members were there. Now, that kind of meeting goes and that was February two, thousand eighteen. And so they said, now's the time to hire a new CEO identify contest job for but. We want to his company next level we feel like it should be growing over one

CEO Co Founder Co-Founder Oregon A. Fritz Portland Jerry Of Inc. Ground Zero
1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

06:20 min | 1 year ago

1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens

"So my episode today. is about the nineteen eighty Mount Saint Helens eruption. So now, we weren't alive then even though we were not alive, then it was you know years until Jillian. Many years. Until we were born. We are in our. Mid Twenty. S. So we're very youthful. Yeah. We say what's a CD or whatever I don't know anything I couldn't even pretend to be a teenager because I have no idea went technology. Don T TIKTOK ON THE TIKTOK You know on the TIKTOK so. Nineteen Eighty Mount Saint Helens eruption has a lot of parallels to what's going on in the world today, but it's an interesting story. So to to start with for our non US friends and Non West Coast friends, I didn't know the details about this when I started researching it but Mount Saint Helen's which is known as a lot lot to the indigenous lets people and Lou wit. Luella cloud to the click a tat is an active stretch of Okano located in. Skamania. County. Washington in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States I. Apologize to the Washingtonians. If I pronounced Skamania county your Skamania county incorrectly. I'm sure I will get an email about this. Fifty miles eighty kilometers northeast of Portland Oregon Ninety, six miles or one hundred and fifty four kilometers south of Seattle Washington. So to get a sense of where Mount Saint Helen's is. If you're thinking of both Washington state and Oregon is roughly like. Square ish rectangular ish in shape with Washington, in the north and Oregon just below. Mount Saint Helen's is in the lower left quadrant of Washington state near the border of Oregon. and. She's roughly halfway between Portland, and the Portland Oregon and Olympia Washington, which is the Washington state capital. Okay. also relevant northeast of Mount. Saint Helen's is what's called Spirit Lake. And there's a bunch of little rivers and creeks in that area just due to like the geology of the area but almost directly north of the mountain is the north fork toodle river. River toodle or Poudel T. O. U. T.. L. E. Title River. So. Also? Mount Saint. Helen's takes its English name from the British diplomats. Lowered Saint Helen's is a friend of explorer George Vancouver who made a survey of the area in the late eighteenth century The volcano is located in the cascade range is part of the cascade volcanic arc, which is a segment of the Pacific Ring of fire that includes over one hundred and sixty active volcanoes and for the record before the explosion mount. Saint, Helen's stood at nine, thousand, six, hundred and eighty feet high. So. They knew it was part of the ring of the ring of Fire Okay Yeah Yeah So. They knew as part of the ring of fire. It had experienced some activity throughout recorded history but it. It remained dormant basically from its last period of activity in the eighteen, Forty S and eighteen fifties. So by one thousand, nine hundred had been more than one hundred years before there was any like really significant activity that includes ash like little burps and like any kind of flow or anything like that. So. At this point people were pretty complacent thinking nothing's going to happen anytime soon it's fine like it's a dormant volcano for all intents and purposes until we get to the spring of nineteen eighty. Okay. So, there were several small earthquakes beginning on March fifteenth of that year indicating that magma may have begun moving below the volcano also just as an f. y. we talked about natural disasters on episode sixty one which was called here I am rock. You like a hurricane I talked a little bit about that about volcanoes in that episode. So if you want to refresh your memory about the basics of what's in a volcano check that out episode sixty one, it's very good. Thank you. So on March Twentieth Three Forty Five PM Pacific Standard Time, which everything will be NPS T. Shallow magnitude four point two earthquake centered below the volcano's north flank signal the volcanoes return from one hundred, twenty three years of hibernation. A gradually building earthquake swarm saturated area seismographs, and started to climax at about noon on March twenty fifth reaching peak levels in the next two days including an earthquake registering five point one on the Richter scale. A total of one hundred and seventy four shocks of magnitude. Two point six greater were recorded during those two days. That's a lot. Yeah. So geologists in that area are like look is no not a great sign. Initially. There was no direct sign of eruption but small earthquake induced avalanches of snow and ice were reported from aerial observations. So this mountain is shaking and you know stuff is falling off. It's not it's not nothing. At twelve thirty, six PM on March twenty seventh phreatic eruptions which are explosions of steam caused by magma suddenly heating groundwater. So that's like a quick like spur. Of, like Ash and Steam K ejected and smashed rock from within the old summit crater. Excavating a new crater, two, hundred and fifty feet wide. And sending an ass column about seven thousand feet into the air. So you yeah, knock. Great. So by this date along, east trending fracture system had also developed across the summit area. So there's cracks forming in the summit. This was followed by more earthquake swarms in a series of explosions that said ash even higher above there. And most of this ash fell between three and twelve miles from its fendt. But some was carried hundred fifty miles south to bend Oregon or two hundred and eighty five miles east to spokane Washington. So the ash went pretty far and those who were like what the What is happening here? So? then. A second new crater and a blue flame were observed on March twenty ninth.

Mount Saint Helen Mount Saint Helens Eruption Saint Helen Washington Oregon Portland ASH Mount Saint United States Skamania County Mount North Fork Toodle River Jillian Pacific Northwest Don T Poudel T. O. U. T Tiktok Luella Cloud Olympia Washington
"bend oregon" Discussed on Hearts Unleashed

Hearts Unleashed

07:20 min | 2 years ago

"bend oregon" Discussed on Hearts Unleashed

"You could probably tell, this is another episode of the log traction series I'm loving sharing breaking down all of this information and. You also noticed a little bit different sounding audio today I am up in Bend Oregon, visiting my sister and my mom and my couple of best friends and having a good old time and I'm sitting in the closet. We got a little echo here. So not the normal setup, but we'll be back in San Clemente tomorrow back in my space. I have had two weeks of adventures and it's a lot of fun got to spend some time up in Yosemite hosting. Facilitating ceremony and hike and all the fun stuff, and then also coming over here to Ben to celebrate some August birthdays that we have, which there are about ten here in my family. August. So then on the road ready to get back and then this season is we are, I don't want to say the quarantine is over because certainly is not there's a lot of things to be careful about and be respectful of and yet travel season is certainly picking up. So if you don't follow me on instagram yet, I'd love to invite you to head over and asked me on Instagram instagram. Share a lot of my story about the different adventures that I have and I also want to let you know that is exactly eleven eleven. Am I'm recording this in band and I going to bring you some information about the lava traction and gratitude. Now, for those of you who do know me, you've been following me you know gratitude is my jam-e-jam. With me on facebook either my name's just ABC Gauguin I'm facebook. But I have a facebook community called growing gratitude and they have since two thousand sixteen as this. Group is about four years older coming up on four years old. We have a handful of people in there probably about I think we're up towards twenty, three hundred members and just people hennion sharing gratitude sharing what there is to love about the world and love about life and the miracle of life, and so I would love to invite you to jump in and join us in growing gratitude I. often share probably weekly Nowadays Used to share daily, however, life is happening very fast. What I invite you to do is jump in and share gratitude posts, things that you're grateful for things that bring new joy, whatever that might be, and then participating in other people's posts. It's a beautiful community that I like to call the space on the Internet because I am very specific about coming in there to just share love and joy in appreciation even if that's from. Moment in your life, my what I like to encourage his how to find gratitude in any and everything and I will very likely share more gratitude. This odes as as the podcast involves in growth goes on however I wanted share today specifically about how gratitude plays an enormous role in the law of attraction. So I have three major points that I want to make the first one. I. Want to start with the status of times throughout this episode nothing comes to an ungrateful heart. So if you are trying to attract something you and you are not grateful for what you've already got, you can't receive more the universe God and says late, will they don't even appreciate what they have now? WHY WOULD Why would we give them more? That would overload them? That would be too much for them and so if you're spending time being ungrateful your heating, your car, your heating, your house or space like where you live your heating, your job or your relationship, you can't possibly attract something new improved or better if you are simply just thinking about what you have is not good enough yet right? That is not how momentum of the law of attraction works the more you have the more you get to have the more can handle the more you get to handle the more. You're grateful for the more you get to be grateful for, and so things it works in a magnetic type of way, I want you to think about someone who lives really high. You like to be over that person or if you are that person, you notice that people like to be around you because you have good vibes right or that person has good vibes. So you want to spend more time around them if someone's cranky or nasty or judgmental or. Whatever critical. You don't want to be around them, and so you're critical of what you have in your critical about the way that your life is going good things aren't going to want to be around you. It operates the same way even if you see them as an inanimate object that they couldn't judge subjectively what they want to be around, you're mistaken because everything is. Energy and energy attracts good energy bad energy attracts bad energy and so you have to become more aware and responsible for yourself and the way you're being because nothing comes to an ungrateful heart and I'm going to kind of basically spend most of this episode like panning that out I want to start by referencing episode one, sixty, the five steps to the law of attraction. The five steps are notice a contrast you make an ask. It is given. You practice receiving you receive bright the set fours receiving, and then the set five is you cycle back to contrast. So when you notice the contrast, you naturally make the ask this is very specific in the realm of gratitude. There's like such a fine line between a contrast and saying I don't like this this is. And Oh, I have achieved everything I want and I would love more and I would love now I learned this is a great way to acknowledge contrast in the form of gratitude in receiving everything I wanted I now understand a more fine tuned perspective of what it is I'd want. Right. So let's say let's just use a car. Maybe, we could do career to first you're gonNA beater and it dies all the time. The battery dies you gotTa take shop a lot. You're like I would love functional reliable vehicle and you start to attract the right career where you can afford car payments and you gain you have insurance and all that. So now you have a great a reliable car and insurance and it's functional. Gets you where you need to go. You don't have to have an stress about car then you start to say, okay, I have this card now would actually really like love to choose my car I would love a a luxury vehicle and so you have to love what you've got I noticed this and I actually use this example a little while back in these episodes of the Law of attraction series is my jeep right I would love a jeep wrangler I would love it and I love my jeep compass when I I decided I wanted to wrangler my company started seem old or it had to go to the shop ones because I was I hadn't changed the brakes in Reuters and stuff and it was because I was relating to it is outdated and. I was like I don't.

facebook Bend Oregon Yosemite San Clemente wrangler Ben Reuters
"bend oregon" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"bend oregon" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"I'm glad I don't know. Released video chatting tools for its platforms. Three hided the Corona virus when they shut down the public places like restaurants. Bars forces singles to start dating with dating chatty from home. So, anyhow, there you go. It's a dating site for everyone. I don't know how that's working, though. On dating sites right now, I got dating. So well. Yeah, I guess you could be creative, right? Can't say Let's meet this rest. Well, I guess some of them are serving outside any up. So there you go. Now back to things I want to grape about can't help it. I don't know if you saw this last night. This one was grinding my gears too up in Bend, Oregon. We're talking about porno. But how about Bend, Oregon activist blocking Nice. And their bus, prompting federal response. Federal agents and Bend, Oregon, clashing With hundreds of protesters, okay? This was last night after hours long standoff sparked the arrest by the arrest of two men by U S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers. U S immigration and Customs ice. These. Apparently these folks were These two individuals were a threat to the public. Ben's episode, which is about 3.5 hour drive from Portland was the latest intentions among protesters. You know, I would. I drove through been recently and I really thought I was a nice little town. Now. Must do something about it. Not so nice little town. Radio. I have never been so disgusted by my government and so proud of my community, said the chutes County D. A. John Hommel. Think about that. Hey, said this is the chutes County D a John home All says I've never been so disgusted by my government. And so proud of my community as they held the ice members blocking them at their bus. Are you kidding me? You have never been so my yacht. That is absolutely pathetic. And Tom Home.

Bend Oregon Customs Enforcement D. A. John Hommel Tom Home Portland Ben
"bend oregon" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

06:55 min | 2 years ago

"bend oregon" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"The Mayor of Bend, Oregon was cheering his fellow citizens as they blocked ice agents last night. The local district attorney there in Oregon was cheering them, They said. We are a sanctuary City and Oregon should be a sanctuary state. The people were blocking ices. They tried, Teo moved out to illegal immigrants who were facing felony criminal charges. Tom Holman is the former director of ice, and he's angry at the people who were blocking the ice agents trying to do their job. The men and women look their American Patriots. These men and women lead this 18 security their home every day, Put a gun under him and put a Kevlar vest protect people. We'll never meet people. They don't know even the people that despise them. So these men and women I could be bullied are doing their job. They're going to stay up and keep doing their job between older doing the right thing for this country and they're making the community safe. They got so tense that I said to pull in 50 additional agents and use tear gas. On the local bend, Oregon residents. It's just crazy to me. I read somewhere in these sanctuary cities where they continue to allow these criminals back out on the street, 80% of the time they re offend. So sanctuary from what? It's not from crime. You're just inviting more crime into your city. And I guess if you're okay with that, then Yeah. Go block a bus. But I don't know why you would be okay with saying we're all right with having these criminals on our street and even when you catch them, we want you to release them back on our streets again to inflict more harm on innocent citizens. In many cases, women and Children, Rick is in Cedar Park with a comment about the first day of school and how the online learning is going. Hey, Rick. Good morning. Good morning. Yeah, I got two kids in elementary school up here, and it's not going very well. I got my wife says she wants to cry. And my third grader is crime coming. The teacher On the zoom things on the screen, right? You can see every single one of the kids in the class the only but you can't see is the teacher. Her screen is completely blacked out, and she doesn't know how to work the camera to get it turned on. So all the kids I can get it to work. But the teacher who's supposed to be teaching them doesn't know how to work the camera on her laptop, so the training for these teachers has obviously been horrid. While prepared to do what they're doing. Can Can they hear her? Is her mic working on her laptop? Yes, they they can hear her, but they can't see her and she's trying to teach him how to do to turn in this assignment. And they can't They don't know how to what to do it on, too, so they can then turn it in and howto because they can't see what she's doing, and she knows That they can't see. It seems time to accommodate the fact that they can't see And so she's just kind of tell him everything and it's not working. Wow. Has it hasn't been that way since the very first start of the day? Yes. I mean, it took a while to get logged in. But once they see it is I mean, you couldn't see her. You could hear her. But you couldn't think where you could see all the kids. You just didn't see the teacher and Then you know they're asking questions on, you know, we can't see you and she's trying to figure it out. And then while she's trying to figure it out, she's trying to teach them a lesson. You know, Welcome to the thing and it and it took a while for them to communicate to her that they couldn't see her. So I mean, it's just a lot of chaos. Rick. The good news is is your half voice through the school day. We'll make the one that Liu Li is crying. Is it that you know as he's crying? He's saying I want Regular school to go back on it. It was like, you know, I hear your buddy E can do about it right now. How many kids are AH, are in there and attendants ready to go. I look like there was about I would say 12 to 15. It looked like kids on the screen can actually counting, but it looked like a like a three by four. Kind of row or something like that now require. Y'all told with going virtual that classes would be that they were intending to make them smaller for this, or were they going to go with what a normal classroom would be filled with? From what I understand at this point, these are the these are the plan classes? I don't know if they're smaller. I mean, I I just know You know they've been, you know, I got one in third grade one in fifth grade. So they've been going to this every year. And it seems like this is about the same size of class that they've always had. Okay. I just don't know if they were limiting the number of kids per student teaching virtually or not. All right. Not that I'm aware of. Not that I'm aware of now. They're I mean, they're maybe kids that are specifically in the school that have some special arrangements. Y M c A or something? I don't know. But the classes in terms of the virtual class, it looked like anywhere from around. It doesn't maybe 15 kids in their and that's like the normal size class. That is. That they've been in. OK, Thank you, Rick. Good luck. Thanks for checking in with that firsthand report. Now. Tony also has Ah, third and fifth graders in the Cedar Park area, Tony Good morning. You're on with Marc and Melinda. How are things going for you and your Children? In the morning. Not bad, not Tamika plane. They are visible on the kids, and the scores are class visible. They're getting breaks like that read the smaller ones. They're getting breaks regularly, like Gimme a break lady, so they're not preoccupied with other things. Demonstrator logged and everything is good. Well, that's good to hear. So it sounds as though Rick has an isolated type of an issue. It sounds like a mixed bag because I'm seeing some text in that are that are kind of this is going horribly and then some that are like we're not having any problems, so it seems like a mixed bag. The marrow out of AA. What do you have that more than the others are? I don't think you really didn't want to do that. Never Yeah. All right, Tony, Thanks so much. Glad to hear. It's going well for you and your kids. They're in Cedar Park 51283605 Niner. You can call. You can text us Barbara's in dripping Springs. Hey, Barbara. Good morning. Welcome to K. L. B. J..

Rick Oregon Tony Good Cedar Park American Patriots Teo Tom Holman Barbara director Liu Li dripping Springs K. L. B. J Marc Melinda
Crowd surrounds buses holding two ICE detainees

Mark and Melynda

00:58 sec | 2 years ago

Crowd surrounds buses holding two ICE detainees

"There's also a story in Oregon. Where it's being reported that in Bend, Oregon last night, the local residents surrounded ice agents. The residents got wind that ice agents were picking up two illegal aliens. Who were charged with felonies who are wanted by ice ice is they have both have violent criminal past past, so they were being picked up. And the residents of the town blocked the ice agents bus so they couldn't leave. These residents were right. They're making a human shield trying to block these ice buses from leaving. And I said to call in more agents and used tear gas to disperse the crowd so their agents could get out safely and move out with these illegal immigrants who are charged with violent felonies.

Oregon Bend
Crowd Surrounds Buses Holding Two ICE Detainees in Bend, Oregon

WBZ Midday News

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Crowd Surrounds Buses Holding Two ICE Detainees in Bend, Oregon

"Gas elsewhere in Oregon, federal agents bringing to bend After protesters blocked a bus carrying people detained by ice. Ben Police say they were notified ice agents were in their town but were not given any details. Federal agents have sense left and the protesters have

Ben Police Oregon
You Can Rent The Last Blockbuster Store In The U.S. On Airbnb

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:16 sec | 2 years ago

You Can Rent The Last Blockbuster Store In The U.S. On Airbnb

"The newest is the last standing blockbuster video store in the US, It's in Bend, Oregon, and it's still open. We'll rent out two guests. A limited number of knights, a sofa bed and VCR included Jeff label

Bend United States Oregon Jeff
Final Blockbuster to open for summer sleepover

Tim Conway Jr.

00:46 sec | 2 years ago

Final Blockbuster to open for summer sleepover

"The last blockbuster in the world is in Oregon, and they turned it into an air B and B boy. Find out what's going on there. So you may call it a blockbuster Get away the world's last remaining blockbuster video store. Inserting into an Airbnb. But just for three nights, the store in Bend, Oregon, will only allow residents of the community to stay there. For one of those three nights, one added perk Guest can indulge in all the videos that they could binge watch during their short stay the cost. Just $4 a night. And that's just a penny more than the store charges for a three night rental on a brand new release. Not seeing the hot tamales. They're on their store shelf there, so no, I'm not gonna go, go, go, go.

Oregon Bend Airbnb
World's last Blockbuster transforms into '90s-themed Airbnb

Michael Brown

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

World's last Blockbuster transforms into '90s-themed Airbnb

"Remaining blockbuster video store's opening its doors as a vacation rental. You might not remember Blockbuster Video was a place where you could go in and actually rent physical copies of movie one time in at over 9000 stores. Now there's just one bend, Oregon and in honor of the store's 20 Anniversary it's being offered up is an Airbnb rental for three nights next month, where the lucky renters could have the movie night's sleepover of their 19 nineties. Teenage dreams, complete with Raisinets and popcorn for only four bucks tonight, But you have to live in a county. The store starts taking reservations next month, Jason

Blockbuster Jason Oregon Raisinets Airbnb
Airbnb offering $4 video-themed sleepovers at world's last Blockbuster

Curtis Sliwa

00:12 sec | 2 years ago

Airbnb offering $4 video-themed sleepovers at world's last Blockbuster

"The last blockbuster store is turning into a $4 night. Airbnb. It's out in Bend, Oregon. Guess we'll stay in a makeshift living room, complete with pullout couch, big screen and all the rentals you could ever

Bend Oregon Airbnb
What would a payroll tax holiday look like?

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:48 min | 2 years ago

What would a payroll tax holiday look like?

"Begin this work week with business owners and accountants and economists and people who are working in this economy trying to figure out what exactly president trump did to this economy this weekend. You some things one executive order and three memoranda after negotiations on another. Plan on Capitol Hill collapsed that much. You know whether the president can actually do most of what he did depends on who you talk to. So rather than engage in that particular back and forth, we'll focus today here on the thing he did that he can do deferring collection of payroll taxes specifically putting on hold the collection of taxes on the employee portion of social security taxes six point two percent per paycheck if you're curious. Starts September. The first ends at New Year's only for people making less than about one hundred, thousand dollars a year that much is what we know. Now. What's IT GONNA mean. Here's marketplace's Mitchell Hartman. The committee for a Responsible Federal Budget Wades through complicated tax proposals and regulations all the time but President Miami McGuinness says the White House's memorandum on deferring payroll tax obligations leaves her with West Mark Mar starting with this one happens come January when employee payroll taxes that weren't collected come do nobody knows how the repayment part will have to restructure it's going to. Complicate the life of employers. Tremendously. If they have to be responsible for making sure that money gets paid back and small business tax advisor Barbara Weltman says this payroll tax holiday could change. So right now we're talking about deferral meaning you don't pay now you pay later the president has instructed the Treasury. Secretary to explore options including legislation to forgive those payroll taxes altogether. Pete Iceberg at payroll processor ADP says, it's going to be really complicated for employers to alter payroll tax collection media year for only some employees based on a salary threshold cramming changes of this magnitude normally require like six months to do. So it can be done sort of an emergency basis but maybe problematic he says employers could be liable for not withholding enough tax and underpaying the Treasury Randy dellwo owns a business that makes scientific instruments in Bend Oregon he talked to his ten employees at Zoom meeting this morning and. The consensus among our employees is that everyone would rather not defer their payroll taxes. For one thing, they would need to save the money so that they'd have it available to pay back at the end of the year the committee for a responsible federal budget estimates temporary payroll tax deferment could leave us workers with as much as one hundred, billion dollars of extra pay through December. But if a lot of businesses and employees followed the lead of Randy Woes Company, the impact will be more muted.

President Trump Donald Trump Randy Woes Company Pete Iceberg Randy Dellwo Miami Mcguinness Executive United States Mitchell Hartman Treasury Barbara Weltman ADP Bend Oregon Secretary Advisor White House
"bend oregon" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"bend oregon" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Was found in the head I feel bad all right you take care thank you for your call let's continue Eric bend Oregon the great K. B. N. dago Hey mark you're doing a great job and kudos today doctor you just had their contacts I'm a physician here in Oregon yeah and I will die will leapfrog right off the what she said that hospital consolidation the big hospitals if they kept the small ones open turn the mall into basically first aid stations and in addition almost all the hospitals basically kicked out and forced out their usual medical staff there community positions and higher hospitalist because the hospital is theoretically were more efficient could see more patients maybe were a little bit quicker and all of a sudden we have all those same hospital systems sending out emails to us now please please sign up we need extra positions will let you in on the merchant C. basis will give you all those privileges back that we wrestled away from you a decade ago please wear short staffed well what the heck to do think was gonna happen all right Sir I appreciate your call you learn a lot Arjun I am Mike independence Missouri the great KC MO go your own brother yes Sir market yes Sir I like yeah I without my wife works at a hospital that she had a first step in this area about twelve days ago today in in within a day or so across the state line here in independence Missouri this matter shut everything down make proposal the school set the kids with the grandparents grades grows the other kids junior high high school I don't know run the streets anything could happen to him and to me that's total insanity it is all that you said about it I felt the same way I was all about that let's protect both I would argue about that ago local radio now get about that meant I was ignored it all bottled this since December I wrote this studies I know what's going on in these people my whole point was this is the media panic dammit I don't know the media is not helping there's a lot of a lot of weird forces at play here the media's been disgraceful in these press conference with the present United States and they're certain individuals in the media clearly we're not really focused on the evidence or not really productive not really passing the news on and they're pushing these hyperbolic agendas but I I'd look my my argument now is we've got to get the economy going I'm agreeing a hundred percent of the present benefit no brag just fact I've been talking about this for over a week we got to get the economy going you don't abandon the science you use the science what's the signs telling you it's telling you not everybody is going to be a severely affected by this okay well who is well this group and this group in this area in that area well hit that group and hit that group and hit that area hit that area does that mean the virus might squeeze out in the other areas of course it does but you don't kill the patient that is the economy in order to deal with this in a rational way I'll be right back then now your afternoons are.

Eric bend Oregon
Woman buys elderly couple groceries during coronavirus

KIRO Nights

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Woman buys elderly couple groceries during coronavirus

"The impact of the coronavirus meanwhile continues to grow here CBS's mola lanky grocery stores nationwide were flooded with extra shoppers hoping to stock up on toilet paper thermometers and canned goods I live in a live but many left disappointed a shelves sat empty Samer too scared to shop in bend Oregon one woman tweeted that she found an elderly couple in their car in tears because they were afraid to go into the store really does not like that no brainer thing to do in the moment across the country families are preparing for weeks at home it's nearly twenty two thousand schools are closed we're scheduled to close affecting more than fifteen million

CBS Samer Oregon
"bend oregon" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"bend oregon" Discussed on KCRW

"Emily Cureton in bend Oregon you're listening to All Things Considered from NPR news hi I. man let join me tomorrow on morning becomes eclectic I'll have new music from four LA artists were painting mostly sunny Chicano Batman and Jensen McRae plus I'll have your shot at tickets to check out shopping and recently guests automatic live at seventeen twenty in downtown Los Angeles and will share a brand new track off type those new album simulcast due out this Friday morning becomes eclectic weekdays at nine on KCRW support comes from the LA Phil ticket packages are on sale now for the summer season at the Hollywood Bowl it's a summer full of stars with performances from Andrew bird Britney Howard flying lotus Brandi Carlile and commodity Washington plus James Blake Maxwell polo and pan thundercat Calexico iron and wine and many more subscriptions and more information about the season available at Hollywood Bowl dot com the Hollywood Bowl we're summer play you are listening to case your W. it.

The recession that wasnt (yet)

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

05:27 min | 2 years ago

The recession that wasnt (yet)

"We begin today with the word a word we were hearing a lot of say five maybe six months ago now not so much recession. The recession warning signals economy goes into a recession the recession back in August when recession prognostications these were all the rage. We Got Neil Irwin from the New York Times on the phone to Chat Sunia. Listen let me let me start with a question that I get all the time. I'm sure you do too. When's when's the recession going to start? Maybe never maybe Maybe maybe we already in one. That's the thing about recessions you you don't know in real time with any great certainty that intercession so that was August. We called Neil back this morning with recession prognostications now very much faded to ask what's changed so the biggest. I single trigger to that. Entire flurry of recession fears was what's called an inverted yield curve. We've talked about this before you and the idea that longer term bond yields interest rates had had fallen below short-term interest rates that's called an inverted yield curve in the important thing. Is it for a lot of economy watchers. A lot of them by which I mean almost just all of them in a yield curve inversion means a recession is common eventually to that side of one item to reminded us this morning was the actual economic doc news back then we had a global manufacturing slowdown. We had the trade wars escalating we had brexit hanging over everything. And so you had this world where it looked like the world economy might be slipping slipping into recession and that seemed to be what financial markets were signaling hence recession that word now though not August but November so it looks like we dodged a bullet. Well it looks like that did not materialize do not seem to be in recession the US economy seems to be growing at a nice steady rate. Yes sure there are some problems in the factory sector in the. US really did enter contraction. It may still be there. But manufacturing's a small piece of the overall economy only about twelve percent of total employment. So if we focus too much on what's happening in manufacturing and don't realize that you know the service economy is chugging along pretty well also chugging along the American labor market job growth is mostly steady consumers. Rumors are still spending. Oh yeah a guy by the name of j Powell and his merry band at the Federal Reserve. I do think it's an interaction between monetary monetary policy and trade policy. That's terrorists in Clare. She's at George Washington University There's this sense that With lower interest rates rates from the Fed there might be more room for the economy to accommodate that trade policy and a trade war and the economic stresses presses. The trade war has brought to be fair. There is news a trade deal could be on the rise in. Maybe I don't mean to be funded out it but it is true that I haven't checked twitter in the last five minutes and therefore I might not know what's going to happen next with trade policy which is fair recessions not the word of the economic moment anymore because the economy is chugging chugging along just not as fast as it had been terracing Claire One more time the numbers that we're seeing they do look like a slowdown that is not bad. News in the cyclical sentence. Like this isn't suggesting that we're seeing a clear. Recession so those are the recession indicators. That have changed the past six months. The context if you will and that's all well and good save for this fact it's people who make this economy go round people and businesses who have to figure out what what decisions they are gonNa make based on what the indicators are marketplace's Mitchell Hartman checked in with some business owners and consumers that he's been keeping up with lately to see what their personal recession gauges ages are telling them right. Now here's an economic signal that doesn't sound anything like a recession is upon us or coming soon. New Construction Randy Delo is a small business owner from Bend Oregon and when he travels for his company selling scientific instruments he hears the same thing almost every city. I go you see cranes and building and neighborhoods popping up all over overall. The economy. I think is holding fairly steady. dellwo is worried about the ongoing going trade war. When I spoke to him back in August he was losing export sales because of Chinese tariffs? I called him today with news of possible progress us. And we've seen this pattern for some time where there's They're supposedly progress on the trade war and then nothing happens or maybe it escalates. Were trying to grow. But it's I difficult to do with these headwinds of losing a portion of your sales. Tim Reynolds runs in Ohio software company that serves manufacturing customers. We're I'm having a good year. Not Quite as good as last year but even with signs of manufacturing slowdown nationwide. He's not worried what is slowing down. News portrayed in catastrophic terms when to slowdown in growth not necessarily a recession consumers have been getting a little more positive about the the Economy Sam Lundberg and his wife or government workers in New Mexico and when I talked to him last spring he was feeling nervous lately. Though I've had a couple of minor pay bums we're starting to buy furniture starting to talk to a real chore. Look at houses feeling. Okay about dropping money here and there for something. We're going to be able to hold onto. Of course the economy economy could still fall apart and deliver up a recession next year. Just saying it's the future full of unknown unknowns. I'm Mitchell Hartman for

Neil Irwin Mitchell Hartman Federal Reserve New York Times United States Twitter Clare George Washington University Tim Reynolds Randy Delo J Powell Sam Lundberg Bend Oregon Business Owner New Mexico Ohio
"bend oregon" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"bend oregon" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"He's like they and I will stop to stop this from this in your good dessert I will use them chainsaw although the way let me digress one second let me digress once again there is a couple pruning a look like they were hired to do a job couples a prune together stating that's what I've heard that so so they took all this all all this foliage and branches and some of them were kind of thick branches of the guy was chains on he put everything in the back of his pickup truck and so he would have to pick it up he was chain sawing stuff in the back of his pickup truck standing in the bottom like what if you sleep it's called like on some you drop the chain saw your foot's gone Lauren Ehrlich is good at it I wanna hear this county screams back to main trouble by so so he pulls it off the pull that Mike man I could just cut this leave it alone good look like he's going to put everything off and I thought okay it looks like it's still attached so we're gonna go on vacation to bend Oregon were banned and Weston old this call this a ghost that because the trouble find fell it would be the trouble vine fell you the fell it is it is came detached from the house and now it is covering the entire walkway to the house it was just a mess at them like a you got to be kidding me so thank goodness anyway long story short we found someone at one of our neighbors is a gardener that a gardener she's demo button is something like that but the landscaping is what she does so she has a gardener that she hired to do certain jobs he came over and clean everything up but we came home gone they've been a house twenty years gone John you may stay on the sale it put it on the trail is fine and now it's grown back so that story is cut your own damn fine that's rings or each yeah having them do work around your house probably not a good idea that's why I get a moan down there by my troubled mind the chrome back in I want to keep it this time just a follow up D..

"bend oregon" Discussed on Biz4Good Show

Biz4Good Show

04:45 min | 2 years ago

"bend oregon" Discussed on Biz4Good Show

"Is super bowl and the great thing about that is so obviously bitcoins very volatile asset right it goes up and it goes down so what we'll do we'll do a seventy percent thousand at one time I don't now holds some back for collateral margin right so for that volatility risk will hold back some of that thirty percent for volatility risk what if that bitcoin appreciate some value to your bitcoins you gotta get that appreciation you just pay it back and they still have the same amount of Bitcoin that they did no matter what was up and down Super Cool I love it that is so cool to be here it for those of you are those people out of this I don't know crypto currencies bad it's GonNa it's probably not gonNA make it I don't trust it what are you going to say about it let's go around the room I want to get from everybody in this room because I hear will there like this crypto currency thing it's like the Rubik's cube eventually people are gonNA quit playing with it what do you think I think bitcoin is a way to hedge against some of these other different currencies that are out there. US dollar the peso the euro the Chinese one bitcoin is completely decentralized there is literally a mining farm in every single city of every single country around the world it's all over my basement and and and it's it's so ingrained in every part of the world it's too big to fail the same it's not going anywhere might as well start learning about it that's why we're here yeah it's it's just not going anywhere it's like it's like the days I wanna say I think I mentioned this last time Napster and the whole thing with sharing music and he's like that we're just we're all seating and it's not going away so yeah aura napster yep exactly so might as well start learn about it and join us I just want to add really quick we're gonNA talk about this but so we do have okay we're GONNA TALK ABOUT RADIO UTAH. Bitcoin community joined the meet up so cake doc my name's Tron so bitcoin is not tron yes my name my real name's Tron look the movie I preach predate the movie but my name's Tron so bitcoin it's not a fad technology that was introduced on January January third of two thousand nine that was the day that the world changed money or value now moves like email and one way to think about this a this kind of shift is kind of the transition from blockbuster over to net flicks you had the you had high fees you had to go get it it did so fast you had to get off off your cell phone go to the store and pick it up that was a Netflix came along now now moves quickly easily at streaming and flick's went to blockbuster and tried to make a deal blockbuster turned him down those when they had nine thousand stores now one blockbuster left in Bend Oregon you can visited as a curiosity and Netflix Netflix has replaced it and crypto currency and Bitcoin and all of the crypto currencies sort of the same thing so in keeping an eye on it two cents to that so are you saying that the banks are Kinda like blockbuster I have an entire presentation on that go watch it just go the EU Raven coin meet up I describe this whole thing banks compared bitcoin or like a blockbuster compared to net flicks he actually said it right what do you got man woodland here I would I say this not investment advice but bitcoin is virtually the only non correlated asymmetric asset in the market it is completely anti fragile in fact I would say epitome of anti fragility it is not going anywhere in fact I would actually say we're probably in the one thousand nine hundred five one thousand nine eighty six of the Internet in Bitcoin whether you decide to buy some or not it's totally up to you but it's not going anywhere and we're going to see this being built for years in years to come Mr Len Cockburn what do you think Mr Kim Berna I think a lot that's what I think I'm GonNa tell you book I've recently.

Bitcoin UTAH Napster Netflix Bend Oregon Mr Len Cockburn Mr Kim Berna seventy percent thirty percent
Giving Back To The Design Community

The Futur

09:28 min | 2 years ago

Giving Back To The Design Community

"I'm Martha Murray and I'm an interior the designer living in Bend Oregon my name is heather crank emotion designer and graphic designer and what's your relationship up to the Ben Design Conference and Scale House I am the CO chair of Scale House and Co producer Ben Design and heather is on our programming committee okay so you're coacher scale houses the organization that produces the Ben Design conference correct are there other things have scale house that you guys do yes we have some year round programming currently we have a series called scale house voices where we bring artists and designers and creators in from out of the area to talk with talk about what they do in their work and how they do it and we do it at the local university here so there's a big student population that comes to this and we do other things throughout we are we we partner with Ben Film on the Ben filmed scramble which is a filmmaking exercise for people it's seventy two hours to make a short film on on any given subject and we just do we do other programming throughout the collaborate with other organizations here are you still running an interior design practice I am so how'd he divided up your time because it sounds like it takes up a lot of your time that's a really good question I probably don't do it as well as I could but I have learned over the years that I really have to compartmentalize the time so I said you know when I go to the office to work on my interior design I have to completely put scale house and Ben Design out of my mind It will take over so I just can't even let myself look at that until I've done what I need to do for the day and then I can turn to those entities and say okay what what do I need to do here a lot of its evenings and weekends a sound like you're very very passionate about this Martha that that's almost like your play time and why are you so passionate about this 'cause you have your job in your practice the thing that puts food on your table and this this passionate is love to contribute to the community why why do you feel well I just I love being around creative people and so if I can create avenues for myself to do that I selfishly will do that I also love bend is a small community so I like bringing the greater world to us many people who live here have come from urban areas myself included and so we miss a lot of this arts and culture that we're not getting here so it's this is an effort to bring some of that here were creating what we want to see so why why did you move to to Ben what drew you that you're the first place I needed to leave the traffic of the bay area I was living myself as I was living my life around traffic patterns in that just seemed really really silly it's a big waste of time okay but there must be other places where there's not the same kind of congestion e yes this is true but Benda's for for a place of this size bend especially when I moved here it's an more so now but when I moved here sixteen years ago it had a lot level of sophistication that a lot of places of that size did not have an as an interior designer I needed a certain population in order to make a living and I saw it here where I didn't see it in other places so sixteen years later any regrets no no my family's still in the bay area and when I go down that's like how do you live here own Shade on Bay area but we're just saying different strokes for different folks all we're saying it's Kinda gotten ridiculous as it has it really has so visit sometimes and then I'm not in it right so people who are in the tech startup space in the whole Silicon Valley culture. I think there's no better place for you but it that's not your jam there's a lot of other places on an alternative so what I'm hearing from us you needed to escape some of the congestion and not giving up part of your life sitting on Rhode commuting and living a different kind of lifestyle but the thing that you missed the most was actually some of that intensity the culture the mash up of ideas and people oh and inspirational things happening so very well said so you're living in a smaller dense lower density population so I guess is or just reaching out to the wider world and then pulling people in for many times during the years so that that same cultural exchange information exchange can still happen it's outrageous that's that's exactly right okay at this point I love to bring heather into the conversation I'm still unsure of what it is that you do and how you do it windscale house and then design conference Oh can you enlighten me I can yes so I worked on the Programming Committee with Ben Design in then I also do some of the exhibit design and a kind of work on getting films and the entertainment and have the same feelings Martha does where when I moved here from Denver and I grew up Kim Bend I really wanted to bring some of the culture here when I found out about Ben Design I really stocked Martha and Rene the and I was pretty relentless because they had just started Ben Design and they were bringing such amazing speakers so I wanted jump on board with what they were doing okay so also same question do you want do you get out of doing this 'cause I've been part of a volunteer a group before and it's a lot of work not a lot of things and it's like so something must be burning you inside that fire that keeps you doing is because i out after a little while Oh yeah yeah I'm I'm really passionate about creativity and community and when I see the people who are coming in it really drives me and excites me to think that I'm GONNA be able to spend time with them and share the experience of these people with a larger audience artistically I really feed off other people so it's really important that this comes in and it's true it's a ton of work with you know the the how can I say this the the reward is the itself so if I'm creating a really good experience basically I get you know I give well I have to ask you this question because I experienced this myself as people were deeply involved in organizing events yes you're the one to enjoy it I think the lease because you're running around making sure everybody's got what they need a fire being put out it's like your own wedding it's fun having a great time right so there's I go again is your goals like yes we we got all these inspirational people together but I have to run to the next event and I'm shepherding this person and there's a crisis happening in hallway or whatever so how'd you guys is all that you know I I love it even when I'm stressed out because I I don't lose a perspective I'm like my God look at what's happening look at all this stuff and then I have to get deal with something and and then get pulled back into something amazing I'm seeing a snippet of a speaker or some conference goer comes up to me and shares they had this life changing moment and that's that's it that's all I need and I'm the same way and also you know Chris you've been here so interacting with people like you and talking about your experience and so it's for me it's really the audience members as much as I would like to go to the conference and experience it myself often be talking to the audience and talking to people like you who have been here on presented about your experiences is really rewarding for me I'm starting to get something here so actually initially I thought it was about bringing these people so you can learn soak in their creative juice and replenish your have soul but it sounds to me like the most important thing is to community the feedback that you're getting the true making a difference impacting somebody else's life that gives you the greatest fulfillment did I get that right yes yes I mean I would love to be able to spend more time with the the people that we bring in but I do WHO get even though I may not be sitting less listening to their presentations are attending their workshops I'm I'm talking to people throughout the year before they come and I really get to know them and get a sense of them and then you finally get here and we meet face to face and we have great conversations so I feel like I get both uh-huh just a in a slightly different way than someone who's sitting in the

Bend Oregon Martha Murray Heather Sixteen Years Seventy Two Hours
"bend oregon" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

The Bobby Bones Show

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"bend oregon" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

"Your podcasts or searching on iheartradio. Official bend Oregon has the very last blockbuster on earth. Oh, that's it. Yeah. There was one other one in Australia. They closed it down. So bend Oregon has the last blockbuster. What a blockbuster as Morgan since twenty-five. It's this building. Right. And you go into it and used to get well, first of all is beach S's. Did Did you go you ever to? go to blockbuster really really little though like? More years until you the memories that be kind rewind. Yeah. Like, I I remember I remember the VHS is about I was really young like I really was like four or five. We'll turn DVD's. Going to get a DVD even tried a laserdisc at one point the thing. So, but that to you isn't really thing where you go in a movie at a store like a walk into the door. Is it in you, go? Hey, oh, gosh. Yeah. Doctor Doolittle in and they're like, no sorry, and you would stare at the return vox hoping. Can check that. Yeah. Fag. My mom for whatever candy was like there at the checkout single bags of popcorn that you pop in the microwave. So the company filed bankruptcy in two thousand ten closed all its corporate owned stores, but anyone that had one themselves kept it open. And so this is the last one the bend Oregon blockbuster. So good times so recipes. Yeah. To blockbuster what those are coming back VHS is coming back like minal stop. I told y'all urban. But here's the thing. Then it's not enough to keep store opened. There's on a vinyl store. That's open loop like you can get online. So it's not really the same argument. You saying you can't keep it open was just saying h has become back. Okay. It's not. There's nothing vinyl has a sound too. That's very old school. You like, oh, this is very there's nothing special. Not like, so amazing. Okay. I'm not saying hold onto a might be worth the money. Trying to be a hater. The top two movies. A blockbuster of all time. Oh school. Are you ready number five who framed Roger rabbit, a good one? You know? Why? Wait. No. I'm thinking I'm thinking, Honey, I shrunk the kids how to little mini Roger moving in front of it. Story number four The Lion King. Yeah. Solid. Number three. Mrs Doubtfire good while skit family time, number two. Aladdin? And the number one movie rented a blockbuster is how Malone for Iskoe. Morgan. Three..

Oregon Morgan Roger rabbit Australia Mrs Doubtfire Doctor Doolittle Official Malone Iskoe
"bend oregon" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"bend oregon" Discussed on KQED Radio

"For K Q comes from bend. Oregon home of mount bachelor with forty three hundred Skiba Lakers sunshine and winter activities for the whole family whenever occasion planning at. Visit Ben dot com and El Camino hospital redefining what it means to be a community hospital with forward thinking cancer care and heart and vascular care online at El Camino hospital dot org. Hi, my name is Stephanie I live in Tiburon, and I donated pay QE we because we need to have the truth we need to come back fake news. So we can protect the air. We breathe the water and the environment. Thank you so much preciado. You right. Hey, stephanie. Thanks for your kind words, and your understanding of what we're attempting to do here. I hope you're listening right now to this marvelous interview that just concluded with congressman John Lewis, a true American hero. Brought to you by the people that put together the New Yorker radio hour, just one of the great hours of broadcasting. You can find here on public radio right now on the last Saturday of our big winter drive. We encourage your support because we are way behind where we want to be. And we need your help. If you haven't gotten around to doing it, please make that gift of support right now. Either by going to K Q E, D dot org slash donate or finding your way over to the phone and dialing one eight hundred nine three seven eight eight five zero we've conjured up some great ways to thank you if you'll just do your part right now five hundred dollar dollar for Dollar Challenge..

El Camino hospital dot org El Camino hospital Stephanie I Skiba Lakers Oregon Tiburon congressman John Lewis five hundred dollar
"bend oregon" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"bend oregon" Discussed on KCRW

"Garcia navarro. Good morning. The president puts the fate of hundreds of thousands of immigrants on the negotiating table. We'll have reaction from the so-called dreamers and from congress winter storms are causing damage this season. And it's expected to only get worse already in apparent tornado has damaged an historic southern town. We'll also talk to author Dr male who traveled the world to get a sense of how climate change is changing our planet in his book the end of ice plus federal workers affected by the shutdown and mental health, and we'll get some Latin infusion with all Latino and a musical mystery quiz. It's Sunday January. Twentieth. News is coming up next. Live from NPR news in Washington on Giles Snyder Democrats are calling President Trump's proposal to end the partial government shutdown a starter. They're insisting that the president reopen. The government before beginning any new negotiations. Trump is proposing to extend temporary protections for certain emigrants in exchange for more than five billion dollars in border wall funding, Oregon, congressman Greg Walden is one of fewer Republicans have voted to be opened some government agencies sent his Oregon public broadcasting. Similarly, Cureton reports he was questioned by voters in his district after President Trump laid out. His proposal was on the stage of a high school auditorium in bend, Oregon, right after Trump's speech and looking at about four hundred voters and his largely rural district, he denounced the administration's immigration policies nurse. From their parents, then a voter asked.

President Trump president Oregon Garcia navarro Cureton congress NPR Greg Walden Giles Snyder Washington congressman five billion dollars
Blockbuster creates a beer with 'hints of nostalgia' to honor its last store

Donna and Steve

00:36 sec | 4 years ago

Blockbuster creates a beer with 'hints of nostalgia' to honor its last store

"Show page you can Email. The show right there All right the last blockbusters store Is getting something named after. It you're getting their own beer so the last blockbuster that you can find on the, planet evidently is in bend Oregon and there's a, brewery in Ben called ten barrel and they teamed up with this last standing. Blockbuster to make a new beer, it is called. The last blockbuster I love. It I kind of love that this is funny because it describes it, as a dark ale. With

Netflix United States Donna Blockbuster Oregon Steve We Steve Tana Hulu Nintendo Appel Andro Steve He Iraq Fifty Million Dollars Fifty Five Inches Fifty Five Inch Four Months Ten Barrel One Day Four K