18 Burst results for "Canyon City Colorado"
"canyon city colorado" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Do it anymore. Sherry Rogers, her mom. Addressed the Canyon City, Colorado leaders. Week later. Listen, the financial toll. To her was huge. It's my opinion that she's a casualty of covert. She loves sister form. She just couldn't take it anymore. She tried. She tried to try. Take it anymore. So my very last thing is, there's probably people in this room that has said I can't do it anymore. I don't know that I can stand up to this anymore. Business owners who Are at their last dollar. For their last whatever. I just want you to reach out to others. That's what this is about. Cherry wrote an article on Facebook. If you happen to be watching the blaze, she's just a normal person. Mothers is somebody that you see every single day. She wrote. I'm trying tow live life. I thought my daughter in it. It's not possible. I see her everywhere. I'm still not able to articulate how she Completed me as a mom. How every day she was woven into my existence, always a part of my thoughts and plans always wanting more time with her. I used to sing you are my sunshine. Even when she was an adult. She will forever be my sunshine. A gift from God. That blessed me beyond measure. The thriving New business of the year. Vote Barn. Vague ALS is gone. More importantly, Rachel is gone forever. And we can either take her story and fall into despair. Because these stories are not uncommon. And they are happening in our own families. Weaken despair or we can say enough. Enough. And not just standard be mad. But instead decide Manually could have this strength to stand FDR in a wheelchair. He had he could not stand, but he stood in gave speeches, He grabbed onto the podium. And he held himself up. Even when he had. He didn't have the strength to stand. He stood. That's who we are. And who we need to be. I want you to do two things today. I want you just to say enough is enough. Not going any further not doing this. No. Want you if you're a small business person. No, no more. If you are a person that can go and and frequent a small business, do it. And also just listen. And if you have even a dollar $1 I want you to go to glennbeck dot com. Follow the links to the go fund me page. And help these businesses. I ask you to stand with me. Show that even though the government may have abandoned small businessman in the entrepreneur, we know who they are and how valuable they are, and we will not abandon them. Back in one minute..
"canyon city colorado" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Like there was some kind of medical trauma. The caused him to be unresponsive to directional travel. With the power shoot. His parachute appeared to open properly, but he drifted off course before landing Skydive San Diego says he had 40 jumps under his belt, and the cause of death is still under investigation. There may well be AH Haunted Monastery in Canyon City, Colorado, Depending on whom you ask Tyler Evans with ghost hunts, Yusa says he's experienced Ah, whole host of craziness at Abbey Monastery. You could go from one night off a few knocks bags. Kind of like that whole feeling on your body goes cold to actually full blown apparitions. I am being touched hearing things in your ears. He also noted the group doesn't stage anything and lets things just happen. You can get more information it ghost hunt us A dotcom plenty of acorns this spring, and now the Chipmunks are driving people nuts. They're frenetic activities. Khun be entertaining, but in New England, the varmint Varmints are making a nuisance of themselves darting to and throw digging holes in people's gardens tunneling under lawns. A bumper crop of acorns last fall meant there was plenty of food on the ground when the chipmunks emerged from winter and got busy breeding. People shouldn't get too alarmed because Small mammal populations apparently are prone to boom and bust cycles, varmints varmints. I I hearkened back to my Warner Brothers passed. I like that word, you two. It may be weeks or months before school's Open. We chat was San Diego Unified Board Vice President Richard Barrera. Coming up that's on the way with your traffic of your weather in three minutes. Kogo two years time, 807 AM six under KOGO in San Diego County Credit Union stuff The bus is back, Donate online and make a big difference.
"canyon city colorado" Discussed on Homophilia
"How. She looks like a Husky. So. Cute Husky I know. She's like a miniature Husky. He's terrible. I love her for her. I forgive her everything. That's why she gets away with ever she wants she can do whatever she wants because she's ridiculously cute and she knows how to be cute. She knows how to. So she really works us. Yeah. Love it. My Gosh. Okay now my computer is going to live. Sorry about that. Good good. No, it's okay. They're open. At. Trap that can edit stuff. Of course, but this is all love. Of Life Slice I've let it really was Ooh, sorry about that. That's okay, so you. Experience, your early of out. nece were all you were in a relationship for most of that when some of your peers were sort of you know. We. Have our ups and downs. In the early years. There was a lot of. Over the in the first three years, there was that she was always. The bricker upper and I was dumpy. Because, she didn't plan on. Being Gay, she just thought. Like she would back in back in those days there was there was this attitude of like I'm GonNa. Just have my fun, and then of course I'm going to get married to a guy you know that was. That was not an uncommon You know sort of EXC. Modality back in those days, or at least it wasn't uncommon here in Colorado where where I the community that I found myself in. That was sort of a thing people. I guess but For me as soon as I finally got it. I was not going back like for me. I was not going. I was never going to go back But for shelley she had started earlier with her with her other relationships with women and stuff, and always dated men, but always kind of had a girlfriend on the side you know. That sort of thing back in the ninety S. Eighty. So. It just wasn't as accepted it back. Then it just it was not. It wasn't cool yet. It wasn't like. It wasn't it wasn't anything it was still very. It was it was eighty S. it was the nineties, so it was really different But You know. I was always. All in you know always all in as far as you know. Going back to having a boyfriend wasn't even like on the table for me. It was purchased I'm I'm gay for Shelley? Now. But I'm a moderate and for sure. Like? There was all these reasons to be gay like all these political reasons and social reasons like reactionary reasons like Maybe you mended this to you or it's reaction. Of like not man. For me, it was not that it was like going towards something absolutely going towards something, and then like finally once I got in bed with a woman which was showing I was like. This is what I always suspected I was missing and. That that sort of thumb. that. It was just like A. One hundred percent. Yes, for me like yeah, this is it. It wasn't like. You know because I was. People who were trying to make it about something else and I was like now now it's about it's about naked girl. Yes players that yeah. How were you with the cultural aspects? Did you feel when you walked to ask? Like for me, that was an added bonus like you had this like club. You were suddenly and in the sisterhood, and I loved it, and especially up here because we were you know there was there. Was this really really amazing group of just Hardcore Mountain Lesbians up here. That's suddenly I was cool enough to even just sort of be in that room with them and just revered them. They're just like really amazing. Women too strong, fierce, athletic, bad ass! Mountain women appeared that. Are Ed we're all just friends with each other. Because they all dated each other, it was really incestuous at the time I. missed all that because they were older, but You know it was just a really super cool group to suddenly be accepted into that was also part of the allure of it was was the community also you know? And then I went to a pride like sometimes when I would be dumped and single I I got a puppy like I got this puppy once when shelley hit dumped me, and his name is, Harvey and I loved Him Oh my God I love this. He was a white Chihuahua had for years. But one time like when he was a baby, I went to pride with a best friend Maryann. She see, I ended up in college. Having a roommate who ended up being a lesbian, so she she came out first, and I was like Oh. My God, Oh my God! My roommate's a lesbian, but I was like so repressed, even though I had sort of like come out to myself in high school I just couldn't believe my luck of like. Big. You, know suddenly in this in this roommate situation with a girl who just happened to? Have this lesbian past you know, and and she she she had gone to an all girls Catholic school and Creighton. Canyon City Colorado. And had an affair with one of the nuns drought is. I know it was so illicit and so raised. She's wild woman, and and so she was my really good friend, and she's still my best friend Maryann she. So she she started. She was dating men when we met, but then she started like. Not Wanting to tell me, but she started seeing women again. What is going on with you and she was like okay I'm seeing this girl. And then I went to this lesbian. Party with her and I was totally freaked out and. It. It was a long journey like coming out was just a long journey. There was a long long trajectory of me going my God. Oh my God you know gay people I was just raised on a ranch. You know what I mean so like to to be. To be out to myself was just mortifying mortifying it was it wasn't even. It wasn't. A small thing. It was like to sort of come out incrementally to everyone who has ever known me as a child. You know it was just such a big deal because because of where I came from. Holy Cow! That's kind of a fantasy scenario in ways. Stories, yes. I know it's not the point, but I do need an update on the none as she. Oh. She left the order she she didn't for the best. Yes, she. She wasn't actually was a novice. She wasn't a full-on none and. She had had A. Physical relationship with a few of the girls. Athletic Girls School in Canyon City Colorado and Canyon City Colorado. Too small small town really, Catholic. City is. It's like by saliva. Don't. You don't know where but who's from boulder. Who was from Bob was right, maybe was. Producer. Oh, I'm talking to you guys like you know Colorado near Ryan. Brian. Let's show your so yourself. You know where Canyon City is right..
"canyon city colorado" Discussed on Mahdavi Motorsports
"Kennesaw hey bud. Hey, how Ya doing today. But great hope you what's going on. Well. I have an interesting story about my two thousand. Dodds. Ram and keeping low low beam headlight. So for a while I've been trying to. figure out how to get this facts and 'cause everybody love. It's like you've got to replace it. This and you got to replace the spots. And of course the dealership won't give you any other option they won't. Even look at anything but saying Oh, you need to chip in until. I was at the place I get my challenges 'cause they always do the work on my chocolate you. And I told the guy you know getting something done with my my brake lights. Headlights and fix this headline. Got All tools outy checked everything. Put a new ball when Mary put the ball from the other side and that we're could pick everything I don't know why the things not work. Shall be right back for fifty minutes. He comes back from the daffy takes summer, computer and boom like come on. Up, meetings I guess my question is this. Why did the dealers? Maybe you don't know? Why would they not just tell you that's? The fact that all she really need of time. It's just a coke. 'cause I'm interesting. Story about a lady had a two thousand six dog car. And tend to pain like twelve hundred off. And it was one of those people where they get the news involved in you a little. Story about and try to figure out what's going on. And I just got thinking. I wonder how many millions of people paid millions of dollars to replace that box. When it might spend off. They needed with the type code. You're absolutely right. A lot of people don't know because it's such. Car Out there where you have to physically go in and reactivate the search. Because when the ball fail, it'll turn off the circuit and it's random. It's it's not just one maker model car for forest in at the five hundred the transit it Dodge does it so. You know but. The. Good friend of mine had he had a headache a lot in his Ford afford five hundred, which is basically a Volvo car. They renamed it Tatars Anyway. He's pretty handy. Guide Baldwin out didn't think anyone this. Autoparts got himself about plugged it in. It still wouldn't come on became came to me, and I was kidding, not using volt meter, and I started checking it, and they had. Three hundred volts at the headlights which had battery voltage and I said wow. I couldn't figure it out and I checked everything I could check. I sat down and I started reading. I Don I didn't haven't myself. At basically what he's saying is that the he's having connection issue, but the same same thing. He couldn't figure it out. It wasn't so that particular five hundred Sam found out that you have to reactivate the circus I. Do this topic volume and we've. We have to find out the hard way just from curiosity. You know what I mean. It felt like the information is really anywhere in the PSG or even in the shop manual. Maybe it's something that will want technicians to know but. But just a curiosity you go in grab, you're standing. Do you know what I mean? Or maybe? Somebody heard something through the grapevine. What's you're right the tip usually when it fails, things go haywire. 'cause won't run Yeah Rear Tail. Light circuit completely goes out the flashes won't work. The fuel pump circuit dies all that solid state inside inside the tip of margin always says is basically. Deactivate circuit through relay. That's all it is based. Band refused blocker. By it that answered you question and Yeah, at least out there and. Kudos to the guys that did a good job by okay. Thank you very much. They love you. Thanks for the call. Thanks for Lebanon show. All right, let's see what time it is. It is thirty six minutes after the hour. Salmon Tom Right here at Sam's garage toll free at eight, hundred, three, five, five, three, five, nine, seven. We'll talk to Dave and Canyon City Colorado with his two thousand five caravan overheating welcome to the show Dave. Morning. You've got to talk to you again. Same here. What's going on? Well you know. I my my fan I have double fan, but cools down. My radiator. An quit working. and I tested the fans with the twelve volt. They worked fine. And I mean body. Weight the Fan. Why replaced it and It's still not working and so. I'm not sure how to tested without messing it up before it takes back if they're weird. Tesla. Relate other problems. There's a module on the pasture, aside headlight area next to the core support. You'll probably have to remove the inner offended liner, and that's the module.
"canyon city colorado" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock
"Least there's a there's a bit outside of of their own head. That society wants support. Stamina is willing to accept them and wants to help them through their their trauma I mean I've been I've been impressed by the. The amount of of socialization that has happened in popular culture with the normalization of PTSD for soldiers, understanding that they experience that trauma, and like and embracing that in accepting that for that for people who've been incarcerated in solitary. There's nothing but like stigma and disdain for those people, so not only are they kind of struggling with the loss of dignity, shame that they have internally, but externally as a society. If people are even aware of this at all, their their reaction is usually wind revolt revolted and discussed so the. Kind of shame, just magnesite. From both the external and internal factors. Shame and immoral injury. We've been hearing more and more about moral injury. I think it'd be interesting to talk more about the conditions. What it's like in Solitaire and I know from reading your book that there is variation that it can be really different. In different facilities I was wondering though since the stories in your book are so powerful if you could give just maybe one example of the kinds of conditions that you've learned about through. A bit of a summary of one of stories that you've heard Schorr. Lemme, tell people kind of wet. The big scope isn't. Down I think to Time Fatten story in New York, my client in the lawsuit person I knew quite well and also a place where I got to see personally. What though solitary cells cells look like so as you mentioned? Debbie Solitary look like a lot of different things throughout. Various parts of the country it can be everything from your conception of like Dungeon. There are solitary confinement units in Missouri for example that are dark floors with nothing but a continent in its in the basement. Of of the prison units, there's literally no sunlight there all the way to the facilities that we have here in in Canyon City Colorado, the federal facilities which were purpose built just a couple of decades ago for solitary confinement, so they're shiny, new cinder block buildings with remote control operated doors. And they're. They're the kind of modern manifestation of this form of torture and Between, but the common defining feature guardless of how the solitary cell looks or feels, is the near total deprivation of meaningful human interaction. In, New York what the solitary confinement unit that Tanya. was held in is part of a cookie cutter set of units that York built in the nineteen nineties in response to kind of tough on crime. Push call the shoe. Two hundred is called issue two hundred because there are two hundred. Two hundred people can be held in this unit. Anyone's high and they bill I think. Maybe around a dozen of these shoe to hundreds at various prison facilities Arrived York state on the campus of existing facilities. Tanya was incarcerated at in Bedford Correctional Facility, which is just about an hour and half train ride north from new. York, city. And Her shoe two hundred unit. If you're walking down the hallway of these units, you would see a wide cell door. With a very small six by three window in a solid steel door, thick, reinforced solid steel, and there's a food tray. Probably about waist height of that of that cell, and then you open up the cell and you step inside and New York. Cells are bit bigger than your average halter. Confinement cell and I'll say more about that in second, but they have a bunk that's built into the wall. They have a toilet and sink combination that's built into the corner, so the the where the water tank of normal household toilet would be where the sink is. The toilet is beneath sad, and there is a small desk in the back of the cell. There's another door you open that door. It would take you out to a small country cage that on the. Exterior side of it has thick wire Mesh that leads to the outside, so it's like a little a patio that's about a quarter of the size of the solitary so. So on average day Tania. If she's in that cell, she would be allowed Three books I believe at that time a news a daily newspaper if another prisoner had taken it. And that is it. NO RADIO NO TV no access to any other type of stimulation. She would have the lights. Go on an herself probably around five in the morning. Her first food tray would come up around six o'clock. And you're getting food that is served by correctional officers who opened that food trade or end just pushed the food tray through at Nance, slamming close and one feature solitary confinement that is nearly universally is certainly a part of Chinese experiences. Is that correctional officers use food or the deprivation of food? To taunt prisoners to retaliate against damn sometimes, they're just lazy. So whether that food comes through the the trade or at six, whether even trust that hasn't been like spit on or tampered with is something that's constantly in your mind when you're when you're getting that food trae. For the next five six hours. You're just alone. With nothing to do, and and no one to talk to. Maybe just a few books are or a newspaper to occupy your time and in your mind. than around two PM in tiniest case she would get her one hour of recreation, and what that means in New York. Is that the cell door that faces the Patio? The recreation cage would pop open. It's automatically operated by guards in control. Booze would pop open and she could go outside for an hour to be in a smaller concrete cage that has some exposure to fresh air, and whether it's one hundred and twenty degrees, or whether it's negative, ten degrees, which in upstate. New York is is actually real saying in the wintertime. Doesn't change the clothing that she gets. At all, and there's nothing to do in this box. There's not a pull up bar. There should not allow basketball. There's there's literally nothing to do in the box except get some exposure to fresh air in depending on the time of day in the time of year. What cell you're in maybe some sunlight. Through through that metal great and then after an hour. You are over the Intercom you get buzz to come back in as you walk from your patio back into the small cell, and the door closes at locks behind you and.
"canyon city colorado" Discussed on Mahdavi Motorsports
"Here at Sam's garage. I'm Sam with Ms Emma Davi. We're talking to Richard about a fifty nine rambler retired. Let me let me make it a little easier for you on that generator. Polarity of the battery generator an alternator together. There's another easy way to do it. A friend of mine just texted me this and he thought he does it all the time. The key off the with the key often the engine not running a wire and go from the Amish terminal on the generator battery positive. I'd go to the battery positive. I put an alligator clip on that. Take you just touched the amateur channel on the generator there might be a small arc. That's why you want to do it at the generate or not at the top of the battery and then that will polarize it and if it doesn't run then you gotta probably got a bad regulator. Okay I I would be. That'd be support. I guess yeah just another way to match the polarity of the two. But you know what I was GonNa say we got to the top the break one of the things that I hate it on that. Rambo was changing the oil filter in front of the engine upside down on this areas filter. Oh you don't have. The Dow is an option by the way I do believe but that was an option. It was mounted on a steel plate on the driver's side of the valve cover at the very front of the head and it had a little copper tube that went down into the oil gallery and it had a spin on filter. And you had to hold the not underneath or when you turn the filter. If it was stuck it would twist the copper line. You break the line. You don't have an oil filter on. There wasn't oil filter option on that car. That was a spin on felted. That's pretty interesting. You don't have one but it's a great little card front seats recline all the way. You could sleep in that car. O out where where where Putting the headline ran right now boy. That's been a a job and a half but Where we got that done yesterday. It looks pretty decent for a bunch of Hicks like putting them in but the bows the bow that slide through the little loops that are stitched into the head last. Yes we had to pull them down and split them so you could pull it tight OOFTA. Anyway it's a job. Yeah but you'll however windows. Yes it's been fun but we're a wave The owners where it's a birthday present and the owners wanted three months early so We're we're pushing for pushing ourselves pretty hard on this thing but we're gonNA have done for having to the person that before you give it to the person's going to drive it. Make sure in the front and you check the check. The trend they had trauma with the break in the wheel would fall off those. I did a lot of those so take a look at those trying to make sure they're tight. Oh well now. We went through the whole front. And that's all for Hindu. We were able to put new yards for all of that Oakland. He wants to turn key. And that's what we're working for. Let me know when you're finished? I got a couple of cars shipped here. You can finish Palm House. That could've sixty six. We gotta sixty six or three ninety automatic that we got big plans for the next one. Okay Oh Listen. Thanks for the call. Good luck with your project and we'll talk to you again longtime listener. Sam Thank you very much. Thank you. Bye-bye Cedeno audio man knew about all those things he didn't that oil felt that was an option back. Then did you know that I knew options and stuff? I just didn't know when you know. Even your Chevrolet Stove Bolt Sixes. Some of them didn't have oil filters and and some of them had this big canister fell to that they put you bolts through the manifold intake. Manifold was bolted to the side of the intake mantle and then the line went down and picked up a fitting on the oil gallery. It Fed the filter in and you know back in the day. They used to use rolls of toilet paper in there for filter. That's crazy wondering why you'll record your cars every week. Well Oil was good for a thousand miles. You really and truly people don't understand if they haven't been around a long time like I have. Your maintenance was thousand miles. You got an oil change and if you had a healthy a change that and then you know we had points in the points rubbing block used to wear the points would burn when the rub in block wear and the points would get closer the dwell would change and that also affected the timing which is why when you did a tune up. The carranza much better had retarded time in one plugs. Bad caught bad spot. She put a point set of points in the condenser in it. Kaplan and or if it needed a new set of plugs set the time and right make sure vacuum incentive look advance worked just a carburetor usually one screw one vacuum line and away. You went but you did that. Every twelve thousand miles. Yeah but you guys. Don't drive off in like Dr Today. You know they won't yeah. They didn't and I grew up in a city. So you didn't go anyway. You know all right. Let's go to Canyon City Colorado and talk to randy about a fuel system added Randy Good morning on and welcome to the show. Thanks very much for both. The of what was that and we help with the start of your first hour more. Was that Fuel system that you mentioned you remember very each welcome to what does that again. Baron B. Twelve chem to go be Barumun right just like the word buried like strawberry or blueberry or blackberry Berryman.
"canyon city colorado" Discussed on WDRC
"A misinterpretation of highway dogs take on the personality of the people they live with you know that right move no one more question for you I have a court could he is thirty three years old well I've raised my kids have been him in all sure he's down on the chair of the internship and he composed at Oxford and Birmingham and the former managers to give up we can go from water would you have to extend the life remains one you know I wish there were ways we can extend every living things like I'm a big fan of cockatiels I just love cocktails I've had them for many years of my own here's what I'm gonna recommend are you giving him any vitamins are all okay what I would do is I'll go to the pet store or your veterinarian and ask about vitamins or something I believe it's called Abidjan and what you do is as we get older you know we we don't absorb the nutrients we normally absorb so having him the only thing I'm gonna recommend for for longevity at this point is thirty two years old knock on what you're doing something right what I would recommend is number one try to keep him as mentally stimulated you possibly can by talking playing but also I think at this point the best thing you can do is try to speak to your dad or someone who's really qualified not just anyone at the pastor but someone has been around for years and really understands birth you might even want to contact a local Audubon society they might be able to recommend a vitamin but the vitamin I recommend for you it's called average on there are several on the market but that should be a good shot and that's that's the only thing you can do with that display protected sites he feeding him properly and giving him rectal stimulation let's put damper on hold and we're gonna send Debra for her dog you know let's say endeavor that tend to be some hugs and kisses supplements in canyon city Colorado for her dog the phone number here eight seven seven seven two five eight two five five eight seven seven seven two five eighty two fifty five a quick break without marking Iowa David in America we'll get right to you know for a while now you heard me talking about the benefits of Lucy platforms right have you just heard me in the first hour talking to laurel her shots are incredible famous starship credentials unbelievable and now he featured the singer made a difference and feeding his dogs Lucy platforms I pay for and that's because it has a unique pre biotic balance.
"canyon city colorado" Discussed on Environment: NPR
"As the decade comes to a close we can now report that in fact you can mix apples and oranges well kind of in the western. United States Apple. Well an thr- apologists are excited about the rediscovery of an apple variety that was believed to be extinct. It's called the Colorado Orange Apple Jud Shannon Meyer of the Montezuma Orchard Restoration Project in South Western Colorado. Helped track down the Orange Apple. We asked him what makes it so special so the Colorado oranges a mix of sweet and tart being a winter apple. The flavor opens up over time so winner apples like the Colorado orange. You wouldn't even think of starting to eat until Christmas. You'd go through all your summer apples all your fall apples. You'd have these in the root cellar. And then starting Christmas. You'd start to pull these out and month by month. The flavor would open up a little bit of the suite would go a little bit of the. Tang might but they were still going to be very flavorful. They have some of the most complex flavors of any apples. You'll ever have. They said culinary have some of the most complex flavors you'll ever have anything. The Colorado Orange was popular in the late eighteen hundreds but around the nineteen forties. It started to disappear the biggest thing it had going against. It was a yellowish wish. Orangish glow apple at a time when America was going into monoculture where shiny red apples were considered the only apples worth buying. It wasn't because it was bad quality or didn't grow. Well it lost out like so many of the thousands and thousands of apple varieties that have gone extinct. It lost out because it wasn't the Shiny Red Apple Shanta Shanta Myer says locals around Canyon City Colorado cherished the Orange Apple. They knew it was a really high quality apple winner Apple. Good Keeping Apple in in Canyon. City of the memory of it was kept alive for a long time in the old timers. Like Oh yeah. I used to have a tree at died but we kept thinking there was still going to be one around we. We felt like we could still find one and so he and his wife. ADDIE started combing the state two years ago. We were in Canyon City in this orchard in December. And this person Mr Diana said. Hey I've got a tree also and he took us to a tree my wife. Addie and I looked at it and Lo and behold on the ground underneath the tree and the duff there were. These orange blushed apples apples and then on the tree. There were some of the apple still hanging and it had that really good sub acid flavorful. Taste that you'd expect from a winner apple so yeah it was a it was a a big moment for us. But the Shannon Myers have been careful and taking their time. They did cutting edge. DNA testing and compared their find to some archival wax apple full replicas at Colorado State University. They wanted to make sure they'd found the actual orange apple of memory because it's considered extinct. There's probably never in absolute but we've got his close to an absolute as we can between this newest new DNA technology the historical purvey of the orchard itself in and the waxed apple to compare it to. That's an extraordinary amount of information that most people would never be able to have to compare anything and so in a couple of years once the a young trees get going. Keep Your Eyes Open in the produce section for something new and please restrain yourself from asking. Ju- Shanta Meyer about mixing apples apples and oranges. Yeah people when they hear of the Colorado Orange. They definitely wonder what we're talking about. That's for sure..
The Rediscovery Of The Colorado Orange Apple
"As the decade comes to a close we can now report that in fact you can mix apples and oranges well kind of in the western. United States Apple. Well an thr- apologists are excited about the rediscovery of an apple variety that was believed to be extinct. It's called the Colorado Orange Apple Jud Shannon Meyer of the Montezuma Orchard Restoration Project in South Western Colorado. Helped track down the Orange Apple. We asked him what makes it so special so the Colorado oranges a mix of sweet and tart being a winter apple. The flavor opens up over time so winner apples like the Colorado orange. You wouldn't even think of starting to eat until Christmas. You'd go through all your summer apples all your fall apples. You'd have these in the root cellar. And then starting Christmas. You'd start to pull these out and month by month. The flavor would open up a little bit of the suite would go a little bit of the. Tang might but they were still going to be very flavorful. They have some of the most complex flavors of any apples. You'll ever have. They said culinary have some of the most complex flavors you'll ever have anything. The Colorado Orange was popular in the late eighteen hundreds but around the nineteen forties. It started to disappear the biggest thing it had going against. It was a yellowish wish. Orangish glow apple at a time when America was going into monoculture where shiny red apples were considered the only apples worth buying. It wasn't because it was bad quality or didn't grow. Well it lost out like so many of the thousands and thousands of apple varieties that have gone extinct. It lost out because it wasn't the Shiny Red Apple Shanta Shanta Myer says locals around Canyon City Colorado cherished the Orange Apple. They knew it was a really high quality apple winner Apple. Good Keeping Apple in in Canyon. City of the memory of it was kept alive for a long time in the old timers. Like Oh yeah. I used to have a tree at died but we kept thinking there was still going to be one around we. We felt like we could still find one and so he and his wife. ADDIE started combing the state two years ago. We were in Canyon City in this orchard in December. And this person Mr Diana said. Hey I've got a tree also and he took us to a tree my wife. Addie and I looked at it and Lo and behold on the ground underneath the tree and the duff there were. These orange blushed apples apples and then on the tree. There were some of the apple still hanging and it had that really good sub acid flavorful. Taste that you'd expect from a winner apple so yeah it was a it was a a big moment for us. But the Shannon Myers have been careful and taking their time. They did cutting edge. DNA testing and compared their find to some archival wax apple full replicas at Colorado State University. They wanted to make sure they'd found the actual orange apple of memory because it's considered extinct. There's probably never in absolute but we've got his close to an absolute as we can between this newest new DNA technology the historical purvey of the orchard itself in and the waxed apple to compare it to. That's an extraordinary amount of information that most people would never be able to have to compare anything and so in a couple of years once the a young trees get going. Keep Your Eyes Open in the produce section for something new and please restrain yourself from asking. Ju- Shanta Meyer about mixing apples apples and oranges. Yeah people when they hear of the Colorado Orange. They definitely wonder what we're talking about. That's for
"canyon city colorado" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Stage I intentionally did not research this at all so I could be surprise listeners I promise I did not spoil him I kept the secret twelve thirty and I call it is half hour hour one on the show NPR news you're listening to weekend edition from NPR news as the decade comes to a close we can now report that in fact you can mix apples and oranges well kind of in the western United States apple anthropologists are excited about the rediscovery of an apple variety that was believed to be extinct it's called the Colorado orange apple juice Shana Meyer of the Montezuma orchard restoration project in southwestern Colorado help to track down the orange apple we asked him what makes it so special so the code orange is a mix of sweet and tart being a winter apple the flavor opens up over time so winter apples like the color to warrant you wouldn't even think of starting to eat until Christmas you go through all your summer apples all your fall apples you have these in the root cellar and then starting Christmas you'd start to pull these out and month by month the flavor would open up a little bit of the sweet would go a little bit of the Tang night but they were still going to be very flavorful they have some of the most complex flavors of any apples you'll ever have they sensed culinary wise if some of the most complex flavors you'll ever have in anything the Colorado orange was popular in the late eighteen hundreds but around the nineteen forties it started to disappear the biggest thing it had going against it was services a yellowish orange juice glowed apple at a time when America was going into mono culture where shiny red apples were considered the only apples worth buying it wasn't because it was bad quality or didn't grow well it lost out like so many of the thousands and thousands of apple varieties that have gone extinct it lost out because it wasn't the shiny red apple shadow Myers has locals around canyon city Colorado cherished the orange apple they knew it was a really high quality apple winner apple good keeping apple in canyon city of the memory of it was kept alive for a long time and the old timers like oh yeah I used to have a tree it died but we kept thinking there was still going to be one around we we felt like we could still find one and so he and his wife Addie started combing the state two years ago we were in canyon city in this orchard in December and this person Mr Diana said day I've got a tree also when he took us to a tree my wife Audi and I looked at it and lo and behold on the ground underneath the tree in the Duff there were these orange blushed apples and then on the tree there were some of the apple still hanging in it had that really good sub acid flavorful taste that you'd expect from a winter apple so yeah it was a it was a big moment for us but the shadow Myers have been careful and taking their time they did cutting edge DNA testing and compared their find to some archival wax apple replicas at Colorado State University they wanted to make sure they'd found the actual orange apple of memory because it's considered extinct there's probably never an absolute but we've got as close to an absolute as we can between this newest new DNA technology the historical provisions of the orchard itself in the wax sample to compare it to that's an extraordinary amount of information that most people would never be able to have to compare anything and so in a couple of years once the young trees get going keep your eyes open in the produce section for something new and please restrain yourself from asking June Shannon Meyer about mixing apples and oranges yeah.
"canyon city colorado" Discussed on WDRC
"That patch dot com lots of great information lots of my Facebook post my Twitter post and some great everyday stories check out the picture dot com let me get back to the phones that's gonna canyon city Colorado and Deborah Hey Deborah welcome to the pet show hello how you doing well are you I'm doing fine and yourself could not be better all right I talked to and he's thirty two years old and I would like him to me you will watch bird how you certified the window Hey let me know when someone here and all but killing to ring bells hearings as bells and so you're your cockatiel is thirty two years old I moved here from order over two years ago and broiling manually it'll kick it god bless you listen to me carefully Dever first of all I'm a big fan of cocktails I had many cockatiels in my lifetime however I want you to understand do you have plans for the bird if something were to happen to you all my daughter will okay that's important because you know sometimes these power not someone to cockatiels but some of the larger part commit live to be sixty seventy even eighty years old the most important thing thank you hi did you did the listener did there's no halo of my head I don't know Deborah but listen to me carefully if you're feeding him the same food you been feeding and he's eating properly he's pooping properly the most important thing that you can do is keep his mind busy cockatiels are incredibly bright I used to have Spanky that whistle Jackie doodle dandy on roller skates okay so it's important to keep them mentally stimulated the worst thing that happens with our pets as they get older they become bored with boredom sometimes depression said saying and that's not a good thing so what I'm going to recommend that you do I don't have great bird twice what to recommend you do teach him something new always constantly teach him something new put new items in there every day and I hope he's around for another thirty two years but I got to tell you thirty two years is a pretty good spent I got to move our government put you on hold we're gonna send you a T. shirt that says none of my friends walk upright you know a lot of people don't understand that they go to a pet store and they get themselves a hot an Amazon parrot or they get themselves a cockatoo or or some other type of birds they don't realize that some of these big birds do you need to do more cars coming to be seventy eighty years old so if you get one eight fifty or forty or even thirty it's so critical and that's why it's so important I support a lot of power at risk is big parrot rescue on Long Island and I used to support in New York before I moved to the west coast because so many birds are left when their people when when the owners are guardians crossed the rainbow bridge something if you're thinking about a bird you might want to check out some of the great bird rescues there are some great birds up for adoption but you're doing the right thing keep that bird mentally stimulated hell of a lot longer thirty two years prescient doing something right eight seven seven seven two five eight two five five let me take a quick break we come back we got Kristen Pennsylvania and we got windy in Maui but right now I want to listen carefully it's so important if we want to keep all of our dogs and cats living longer it's so critical that we know about the nutritional needs you've heard me talk about Lucy pet for much for my for awhile now and what makes them so different I want you to listen carefully it's the only pet food on the market with a prebiotic balanced fiber and prebiotic balance fiber is optimized nutrition for got house listen me really really close this is why good health is critical all dogs all cats have good and bad bacteria in their bellies in there got to their stomach just like we do Lucy pet food with their prebiotic balance fiber actually support and feed the growth of that probiotic bacteria which is so important and actually by supporting that good probiotic bacteria the prebiotics will help prevent disease improve your pets digestion absorption of nutrients and really really really stretching your dog or cat immune system and gosh we know how critical nowadays every minute of every day your parents are really challenged in your homes let's face it no matter how clean your home is there's a virus if you bring in bacteria pathogens and toxins with Lucy performance by pet food and that's so important prebiotic balance fiber your dogs and cats will have that healthy guide and that digestion that will keep them happy healthy pets begin with healthy food it's that.
"canyon city colorado" Discussed on WDRC
"American Canice personally real pet psychology behavior training of course Pat lifestyle show pets a part of the family they're part of our life and I'm gonna have issues we have to deal with them that's what I'm here to help you cope with a more than likely help your pets cope with living with you let's face it not easy living with people on the phone number here at the pet joke eight seven seven seven two five eight two five five let's go to my friend Marie at them a glint in NYC and Alicia and Gilbert right now it's Maria in canyon city Colorado Hey Maria welcome to the pet show thank you I have a nine year old and she's nine years and three months old German shepherd and she's good or she can't control her bladder you have our remaining for that yeah let me ask you a couple of questions first of all the dog is only nine months old online no no nine years yeah nine years reminds when did this problem start also known not six months but she's getting worse now I let me ask you a water okay I'm not taking the water away is not going to resolve the problem another with a dog has been housebroken for pretty much nine years right now all of a sudden they started so for a situation like this to start there has to be something physiologically occasionally could be psychological but it sounds to me after nine years and three months for the doctor let's say he started six months ago for the dog to start having a having that the loss of bladder control I think it's really something you need to have a sit down with your veterinarian about their some amazing things on the market now you know I deal with this all the time people call me up or email me during the week and my dogs losing control or or this and some of the new medications on the market are really beneficial so it's not a matter of cutting back the dog's water because it might be something internally that's creating a situation I with the dark cast appear feels like it has to be so could be a bladder infection kidney problem could be any number of things so I think at this point a trip to the vet is in order and may cost a few Bucks but it's going to save you a lot of carpeting and the door was only nine years old you've got a couple years I had ever made more than a couple years ahead of her so I think at this point I would check that out what I'd like to do is send you I I some kids and pets staining order mover coupon something that at least you can clean up any of the areas where the dog is gone but it's really really important for people to understand the concept that if you have a dog it's getting older you know sometimes they lose a little bit of controlling their bladder just like you know when they can get all that the product on the market a lot of older men use out flomax to help them I'm not go as much at night to help with their prostate there are things on the market that you can do but I think you need to have that conversation with your vet Maria to decide specifically which way to go because I'm sure you love the dog I'm sure the dog loves you and just as as much as a bond issue I'm sure the dogs embarrassed by having the accent as well some of this change the kids and pets staining removed but I definitely want you to have a conversation with your vet because it's definitely something that can be brought under control that help you out a bit there Maria yes thank you thank you and put you on hold we're gonna send you out we're going to send you a a coupon thank your Q. part the kids and pets Dana remover and I really do appreciate that phone call eight seven seven seven two five eighty two fifty five the phone number eight seven seven seven two five eighty two fifty five let me go to a NYC in Delaware Hey Nick in Delaware welcome to the picture hello Nick do we lose that the NYC disappear on us all right Nick disappeared on us anyway let me do this I would be taking a break in a minute to we come back Alicia Michigan you'll be my first call Gail in Delaware you'll be my second call choice in council bluffs Iowa you'll be my third call council lesson from my wife not too far away from that he's going to a big Irish waiting in Omaha as we speak the phone number here at the picture eight seven seven seven two five eighty two fifty five let me do this take a break and we'll come back and get all your phone calls I want to talk to you a little better he struck speaking about council bluffs Iowa speaking about the Midwest my wife called me yesterday and said boy is it hot in Omaha so here is some symptoms that you need to know about to figure out whether your dog or cat is in distress over the heat if you notice your dog or cat is painting excessively vomiting maybe even some diarrhea you feel them and they have an elevated body temperature their skin feels hot and dry their lips and gums are pale they may collapse or even go into a coma if you said suspect your pet is suffering from heat stroke you need to take immediate action here's what you need to do first of are removed the stricken Pat from the hot environment to shady cool place low your pet's body temperature with cool not cold water but room temperature water if at all possible place him in front of a fan to speed up the cooling process and also gently massage his legs and his body and if your pet is currently she can let him drink small amounts of water washes math with cool water help the cooling process and get your dog or a cat to the veterinarian right away that's a point but his something you need to really really really understand okay is that dogs do not sweat cats don't sweat so what happens when you don't use panting he's letting out hot air around and what he's doing is trying to call all those blood vessels on his tongue if it's hot outside please keep your pets inside we know the signs of heat stroke and know what to do by the way to go to my website that picture dot com and just type in the word he strode you can print out the 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"canyon city colorado" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"Y'all want youngest follow me on my twitter my instagram both of those are the Youngun underscore C. H.. or You can follow me on Facebook <hes> my <hes> athlete the Athletic Beijing Fall and just give the like page. <hes> alike is the young gun Chandler Hopkins. I would say you could add me regular on facebook but facebook going allows five thousand friends so I'm maximum sorry the cool all right well once again <hes> Timur. I really appreciate you coming onto the show this time I appreciate you having me on. Thank you very much and look forward to sit down with you this next week. Okay cool all right. Thanks and once again a big thank you to the young gun Chandler Hopkins for coming onto this episode and introducing himself to all the listeners a is becoming one of my newest newest favorite rustler's to come into the Colorado area and <hes> rocky mountain pro over the last few months and stuff like that so I'm glad that he is coming again and I get to witness his wrestling in in person so like I had mentioned and you guys are probably wondering hey you just did an episode just a few days ago well. I thought I'd get this out a little early little Easter present to all the listeners but let's get into the rewind while I only have one <hes> show to talk about and that was the rocky mountain pro ignition and charged taping and T._v.. Airings for right now TV <hes> they continued with they're semi finals of the ignition championship to crown the first ignition champion and they set up a lot of stuff for supercharged four never broken coming up this Thursday at the Rocky Mountain of pro- <hes> t._v. tapings and <hes> twitch streams there at <hes> the Jefferson County fairgrounds at the quarry and so speaking of that. Let's talk about what's coming up this this week what we have on tap and we have the Rocky Mountain pro- <hes> supercharged four never broken going to crown ignition champion and like I mentioned there's the one matches I'm looking forward to amardeep calling it. That's GONNA be Curtis. Coal versus a Tiba versus Chandler Hopkins and a Mardi calling it like I said that may be the match the night so I apologize to all the other wrestlers that may be listening to this but after seeing <hes> curtis and Chandler the last time and adding a Tiba into the mix for a three way dance <hes> you know it's just it's going to be some crazy stuff. I can just imagine but that doesn't put away any of the other matches that's happening <hes> as well so and then rocky mountain pros. This is being the last Friday of the month. You're GonNa have the rocky mountain pro experience at the Rack House. <hes> in downtown Denver on Friday and then on Saturday recommend pro also is having their <hes> Romero shore show with the being the last Saturday of the month there Romero's canine club and it's the Halloween Wean so just up as your favorite wrestler or other costume and have some fun you WanNa get tickets to any the rocky mountain pro- <hes> shows. It's as simple as going to our M._p.. Wrestling Dot Com and and then also on Saturday we have <hes> the redemption championship wrestling and there will be a <hes> interview with them. <hes> coming up debris released after this <hes> episode as well <hes> they are going to be there. I show so if you are in the Canyon City Colorado area or WANNA travel up to their or anything like that they would probably greatly really appreciate anybody that would come to their first show and if you WANNA get tickets as sounded like a to get going to be basically just show up at the door and purchase tickets with them being a one of the newest promotions in the <unk> area <hes> they don't have all that quite set up at yet but please support them support independent wrestling as well and then also on Saturday Iron Hills Championship championship wrestling is having their next show and that's <hes> at the peak thirty one union station in Colorado Springs Wrestling and that's their international warfare they're going to have it looks like a lot lot of great matches and a bell time is at.
"canyon city colorado" Discussed on WDRC
"He'd be playing street hockey constantly tones people drive by in shove. But west never gave up well until one day when somebody car you're going to work because west was a forty three old accountant and he commuted with that guy downtown so west never played in the NHL, but he did hear how gyco proud partner of NHL could save money on car insurance. So he switched and saved and made his other dream come true. Jumping on the bed. No more. Hey, we are back on the patch on let me get right back to the busy phone lines here right now it's Doug in canyon city, Colorado. Hey dog welcome to the show. Thank you very much. Thanks for taking my call. Hey, it's my pleasure. What's up? I've got a three year old lab, and I would say about six or eight months ago, he started digging holes in the lawn. He only digs them on the west side of the house and on the south side of the house. And he last year I had to replace our about this last summer I had replace about three roles Assad. That's how much he dug up in different areas. I listened to. Yeah. It's very easy to resolve. But you need to understand this. You cannot teach dog not to dig. But you can teach him where to dig. So what I'm going to recommend that you do is in the areas where the dogs seems to be digging. I want you to go out to eat at Home Depot. Lowe's. One of those stores by a couple of kiddie pools. They're like ten bucks take the kiddie pools put them in the area where the dog is most apt to dig fill those with some dirt some sand. Whatever you want to put in there, actually, get some of the dog's favorite toys put them in there as well. And I want you to go in there and kind of get down off worse. Make like you're digging. Let the dog see you. What happens if you can change the toys in there every day this way the dog will have his own place to dig. Dogs dig for many, different reasons. Number one when you're anxious number two if there's other animals in your yard, which is a possibility what they can do is dig the put their sent down. So the reason I'm recommending you do what I suggest is. We don't want to stop the dog from digging that's like stopping a human from using your hands. But if we take the dog, and we make the backyard more interesting and giving him places of his own today by putting toys narrow letting him see you in there. He will get the idea, which means that you don't have to buy more Saad, you donkey digging the backyard, it's kind of like a doggy sandbox. I've used this many many different times even with my own dogs. Lots of them came with digging problems rescues and that order resolve t- the fancy a question. Doug. It does. Now one other question. So I put him where I want put the polls were in an area where he can dig not on the grass is that. Correct. Well, no, you can put them in the area where he's digging right now. I wanna replace where he's digging with the pools, and then you can gradually move. The bulls to wherever you want to move them. Okay. Okay. Then I listened dot com. Anyway, I'm gonna put your you got a great looking dog. Great has it snowing in Colorado right now. No, actually canyon cities the climate capital of Colorado. And it's about fifty degrees right now. It's beautiful blockade take your jacket off. And I'm gonna put you on hold on. I'm gonna send you for your dog. I'm gonna saying, you know, what I'm gonna send you some different food. I'm gonna send you Lucy pet form of sly petfood make change gradually. Add some of the Lucy pet food best pet food on the market. I want you to add some of the pet food there. And then what I want you is gradually take away some of the food that you're giving him and add more of the Lucy pet.
"canyon city colorado" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Twenty the answer in Cleveland, Ohio. Bob, France, sitting in for Hugh Hewitt, and yes, we're talking about the shutdown which is now in day six it's only a partial shutdown as we know it's a quarter of the federal government three quarters of it remains operational, which of course, is good. But the question is how long is this going to laugh people say there is no end in sight. I'm struggling and looking for an end in sight. Truthfully. The only end is going to be with somebody blinks, obviously, I don't think there's going to be an equal parts compromised where Trump comes away with his saying, okay. We got three billion for the wall and Schumer says we gave them three billion for the wall. I think they'll give him not a nickel for the wall. So if it ends somebody's going to have to change your mind break who's going to break, I eight hundred five zero one two three four Saint Paul Minnesota is where we're going now. And we're gonna talk to Floyd. On the Hugh Hewitt program. And I'm having a hard time bringing Florida up there for can you hear me, sir. Yes, sir. How can you? Can you hear me? I hear you just fine, sir. Thank you. Go ahead. I want I want to make three points first off. I don't think the Democrats are gonna blink. And the reason for it is because the Schumer doesn't really care. He knows it all of the employees that are furloughed about ninety four percent of them are going to get aid. When they go back to work for all the time they had off. So all this is a big vacation for them. Yes. They will struggle during the time. If it goes more in about two weeks second point is that Trump will probably blink because he's compassionate. He doesn't want these people to be if it runs a long period of time to be without money. And and I understand that. No. I tend to I tend to agree. I think the pressure is going to be more on him, especially because of twenty twenty coming. You know, what I mean, here's a here's an thank you for the phone call. Here's the problem. Obviously for the president you either stay stand fast and say I am not bending on. This national security is important. I will not sell out the security of the American people, thus alienating hundreds of thousands of families who are part of the furlough, you know, people who are not going to get paid or are going to get paid much later. And they're going to struggle as you point out to meet their monthly bills to take care of their own necessities on a timely basis. So you're gonna make them come twenty twenty. If you hold them out too long, or you're gonna come back, and let them come back to work, and even your alienate your base that has said build that wall build that wall. What do you do if you're the president? I think the Democrats will have all the leverage here. And that's a shame because they should not Seattle Washington. Will you're on the Hugh Hewitt program with Bob France, sitting and go ahead. Well, hey, Bob. Thanks for having us. Americans happy new year to you all out there. Thank you as well. Okay. And there's four point your quick question. Okay. So number one, I think we got rename that frigging boundary or whatever boundary processing center. Okay. He's got to be some kind of processing center. I don't care if it takes twenty years to process them, but Neiman gave boundary processing center. Okay. Okay. Habits satellite militarized zone in each sector. You know what? I mean. There's satellite did not a full military but habit there, so that's the visible. Okay. Number three. Why does why do we have to get permission from? Schumer and bluesy. I don't you know what I mean? Why don't we just as a United States vote on the frigging thing? Okay. Let's just vote on it and double supersede anything. Well, we are where things whereas, you know, where a Representative Republic they we did vote on them. We voted in elected Pam to make our vote for us in congress. We we can't we're not a straight democracy where the American people vote on. Dim rules. So antiquated is is really dragging us. Okay. Keep it. Simple stupid. That's what I'm telling you guys. Okay. It doesn't take a rocket. Scientist. All right. Let me run this. Fritzy show, right? Well, Phil will bigger part. Well, here's the here's the thing. Thanks for the call. Here's the thing. We can't we can't just have the American people vote on everything. Okay. Which means we'd be going to oppose every week. Every Tuesday we'd have to go in and vote on whether or not we want to fund this or we want to find that the whole point of our government. And the whole point of the way we were founded constitutionally is we elect people to go out there and speak for us to cast those votes for us. And if they don't cast the votes the way we like them, then we replaced them if their next elections. I mean that that's the thing. You know that that's why people call this democracy are mistaken. We are a Representative constitutional Republic, we hire representatives to go and speak for us. And the sad. Truth is the Democrats more Democrats voted for more Democrats to speak for them and bus all of us in the house. Now, they one that show. And while Schumer does not have the majority in the in the United States Senate. The constitution requires a sixty vote majority in order to get these this legislation passed. Now, they went nuclear because of Harry Reid when it came to confirmation of judges. We only need a simple majority of fifty one and Mitch McConnell is refusing to do that. So part of this is on Mitch McConnell to me. If I if I had my way if I could council Mitch McConnell, I would say do it immediately. Because I promise you the moment. The Democrats take back the Senate whenever that happens if it's in two years or four years or whatever it is. They will absolutely do that to ram their legislation through canyon city. Colorado, Barbara, you're on the Hugh Hewitt Show with Bob France. Go ahead, Barbara, oh, well, outta just going to say another program. I heard somebody saying that they've read as quite a few thousands of dollars from people volunteering, and I would ball and tear to donate to fill the wall to me that that would be better for Trump, and anyone because heavy just needed maybe the million Democrats wanted or.
"canyon city colorado" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Two zero one two three four Saint Paul Minnesota is where we're going now, and we're gonna talk to Floyd on the Hugh Hewitt program. And I'm having a hard time bringing. Florida up there four. Can you hear me, sir? Yes, sir. How you can. You hear me? I hear you just fine, sir. Thank you. Go ahead. I want I want to make three points first off. I don't think the Democrats are gonna blink. And the reason for it is because the Schumer doesn't really care. He knows it all of the employees that are furloughed about ninety four percent of them are going to get aid. When they go back to work for all the time they had off. So all this is a big vacation for them. Yes. They will struggle during the time. If it goes more in about two weeks second point is that Trump will probably blink because he's compassionate. He doesn't want these people to be if it runs a long period of time to be without money. And and I understand that you know. I tend to I tend to agree. I think the pressure is going to be more on him, especially because of twenty twenty coming. You know, I mean, here's a here's the and thank you for the phone call. Here's the problem. Obviously for the president you either stand fast and say I am not bending on. This national security is too important. I will not sell out the security of the American people, thus alienating hundreds of thousands of families who are a part of the furlough people who are not going to get paid or are going to get paid much later. And they're going to struggle as you point out to meet their monthly bills to take care of their own necessities on a timely basis. So you're gonna let them come twenty twenty. If you hold him out too long or you're gonna come back and let them come back to work, and you're going to blink your daily nature base. That said build that wall build that wall. What do you do if you're the president? I think the Democrats have all the leverage here. And that's a shame because they should not Seattle Washington. Will you're on the Hugh Hewitt program with Bob France, sitting and go ahead will hey, Bob. Thanks for having us Americans happen to your all out there. Thank you as well. Okay. And there's four point zero quick. And then one question. Okay. For number one. I think we got to rename that frigging laundry or whatever Mon reprocessing centre. Okay. He's gotta be some kind of processing center. I don't care if it takes twenty years to process them. But Neiman, okay. Boundary processing center. Okay. Okay. Number have a satellite militarized zone sector. You know what? I mean, you're shot alight. They're not a full military but habit there. So that you okay. Number three. Why does why do we have to get permission from? Humor in bluesy. I don't you know what I mean? Why don't we just as a United States vote on the frigging thing? Okay. Let's just vote on it. And that will supersede anything while we are. Well, here's the thing is whereas you know, where a Representative Republic they we did vote on them. We voted in elected to make our votes for us in congress. We know we can't we're not a straight democracy where the American people vote on. Jim rules because those are so antiquated is is really dragging us. Okay. Keep it. Simple stupid. That's what I'm telling you guys. Okay. It doesn't take rocket scientist to figure all this. All right. Let me run this frigging show. Right. Well, we'll bigger part. Well, here's the here's the thing. Thanks for the call. Here's the thing. We we can't. We can't just have the American people vote on everything. Okay. Which means we'd be going to the polls every week every Tuesday, we'd have to go in and vote on whether or not we want to fund this. Or are we wanna find that the whole point of our government and the whole point of the way we were founded constitutionally is we elect people to go out there and speak for us to cast votes for us. And if they don't cast the votes the way we like them, then we replaced them at their next elections. I mean, that's the thing you know, that. That's why people call this. A democracy are mistaken. We are a Representative constitutional Republic, we hire representatives to go and speak for us. And the sad. Truth is the Democrats more Democrats voted for more Democrats to speak for them. And thus all of us in the house. Now, they run that show. And while Schumer does not have the majority in the in the United States Senate. The constitution requires a sixty vote majority in order to get these this legislation passed. Now, they went nuclear because of Harry Reid when it came to confirmation of judges where you only need a simple majority of fifty one and Mitch McConnell is refusing to do that. So part of this is on Mitch McConnell to me, if I if I had my way, and if I could council Mitch McConnell, I would say do it immediately. Because I promise you the moment the Democrats take back the Senate whenever that happens if it's in two years or four years or whatever it is. They will absolutely do that to ram their legislation through canyon city. Colorado, Barbara, you're on the Hugh Hewitt Show with Bob France go, Barbara, oh, well, I'm just going to say another program. I heard somebody saying that they've read has risen as a few thousands of dollars from people volunteering, and I would volunteer to donate to fill the wall to me that that would be better for Trump than anyone because heavy just stated maybe the million that the Democrats wanted or maybe they can collect. Yeah,.
"canyon city colorado" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The company was selling go cheese made from milk supplied by a goat farm inside a prison whole foods stopped selling that cheese and peers dan charles decided to look at what got that cheese company in trouble and at what's happened since when haystack melton was just a tiny startup company in colorado before it had any connection to prisons the companies found dirt jim shot was trying to get grocery stores to sell as gaucci's many wouldn't but whole foods dead from a very big day they wanted to taste the cheese and they wanted to know the story where the chase came from who was making at where was mad jim shot had a great story to tell how he gave up a universe city job in his fifties to raise goats on five acres of land i wanted a life where the work i did the people i saw the family that i had that that was all of one piece and that it was connected to the earth and to to real facts whole foods his cheese this company grew and changed haystack mountain started buying milk from a farm in a prison i'll get to the reasons for that later in any case shot believed it was a good thing not a bad thing but in 2015 a prison reform activists named michael alan set electorate to the ceo of whole foods allen demanded that whole foods stopped selling cheese made in part by prisoners earning pennies per hour taking advantage of these helpless our lewis individuals to assure game for corporations to make money offer and i just told him that we wanted him to get out of their business and whole foods did in a statement the company said some of its custom amorous weren't comfortable with products made by prisoners so it would no longer those products now i never heard of a goat farm in a prison so i went for a visit the growth areas inside a prison complex near canyon city colorado but the farm itself is a five minute drive from the cellblocks pens of goats were set on the side of a hill and when you're here he can almost forget your present you can see irrigated cornfields below you the arkansas river in the distance and baron who hillsides on the.
"canyon city colorado" Discussed on WGTK
"Time now for phone of the world with larry and kurt you know to play where to talk about the russians involved in our like they're going to bring just go forward big all the lead is really election worry gauged your feet holders try to to be that you know who i think we all the talk about that more than anything else or whatever they for you know the russians we should bringer of a bummer palm for you empty net okay triple eight nineteen one s agee of course we brought it up you're on the larry o the short that we talked about today kirk you know there's no way up in or do california okay you talk throughout that they discovered goal beneath the beneath list no way but when you know the spanish word for gold is orel as an oral deal and apparently don't up there when when when when we taken off we had a very open you know the still way of our game take it doesn't with may have alright kirk is now time for us to play slow to bro we have scott in canyon city colorado we have set in columbus ohio by the way to the new rule you only do phone a bro two two consecutive time you can't keep going you can do one and you can do another one until you do two in one given segment with me that the support we have scott from kenyon city colorado we have staff from columbus ohio let's go with got first okay oh pass up at the main alright scott you are are contest in for phone of row family member of the kirk baker tell you don't i'm doing good come on us with look kirk first tell scott and seth with the rules are okay world are very simple read is gonna play five found ways for this week show large know you've been listening and i have to do is get leaky and if you can't get too big and then you get the but also i will give you wanna marleau prevent him are you ready scott yesterday so my number one and ryan is looking down right now you know that he's very happy because i think you just broken record but as president trump soundbite never too if there's anyone years and stan and or the la or new york times if you work for anything with the word.