17 Burst results for "F. M. B. C."

"fmb  c." Discussed on The La Jolla Cosmetic Podcast

The La Jolla Cosmetic Podcast

05:27 min | 2 months ago

"fmb c." Discussed on The La Jolla Cosmetic Podcast

"I'm your host his Monique Ramsey and today on the podcast is a special guest that you might already know her voice, Corey Dillon from big FM 100.7 back in the day for some of us older San diegans. You remember, B 100. That's what they called her. A.m. FMB 100. I don't know. It was fun. Yeah. The legendary frequency and I feel really lucky to be here in San Diego. Yeah. So tell us a little bit about yourself, how you got to San Diego, you know, my sister has lived here for almost 30 years and moved down here from the LA area. We grew up in the Pacific Northwest, but she moved down from the LA with her husband who is a doctor in Chula Vista. He's an anesthesiologist at one of the big big hospitals down there. And somebody I had worked with in the Pacific Northwest called me the day after the election and said, hey, remember me, we used to work in the same building together. And to be honest with you, I didn't remember because it was 20 years ago. And they had mentioned that they had just purchased this radio station, and they were in the process of putting some DJs on when the pandemic hit, then they didn't put any DJs on, but it was time. And so they hired me, brought me out here from Atlanta and the south. East where I lived for almost 20 years or about 20 years. And it's been amazing. So I've been out here for about a year and a half. I lived in Southern California 20 something years ago for a brief stint in Bakersfield, but I can tell you San Diego is a big improvement. And I love everyone's so nice and friendly and the weather is beautiful and it's the place you never want to leave. Yeah, it really is. It really is. So course here to tell us about a treatment that she just had in it's called ol therapy and how many days ago was that? Not quite a week or was it exactly a week? Was it Friday? Or Thursday? What data we do? I think it was Wednesday and Thursday. Okay. And it's been so bad a week ago. Yeah, but you know, it was fantastic. I didn't really know what to expect. I've never had any kind of surgery. I'm very lucky. I'll tell you guys that I just, I'm about to turn 51 this summer. And I make it a priority to take care of my skin. I try very hard, you know, living in the south for so many years and now in California, you have to protect your skin, right? But still, it has a way of either falling on you or I'm very light skinned of Irish descent and so I have to take every measure possible and I still have sun damage or a loss of collagen because we're just getting older. That's just what happens. Yeah, and so, you know, I use the treatment planner at glam fam dot com and I offered up a few different options of things I could do and I really liked full therapy and you guys just kind of confirmed like, yeah, that would be probably the best thing for you. You don't want surgery. It's not for everybody. It's not invasive. Nobody can really tell right now that I've had anything done, but I can. I can feel, honestly, feel tighter, it feels a little, I don't even think numb is the right word. To use, but it feels a little numb or like it's been bruised, but there is no bruise. Oh. It feels a little tender, not that it hurts.

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"fmb  c." Discussed on NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane

NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane

05:04 min | 5 months ago

"fmb c." Discussed on NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane

"So with envied out, like there's no obvious player that they turn to off their bench to suddenly make things better or to really give themselves a shot here. So I just don't see it. I mean, I've got, I've got Miami and four. And B doesn't play. I still think Miami takes it, even if MB does play, but if he doesn't, and that's the way it looks like this is trending, I don't see the sixers getting the game here. Man, so you went further than I did. So I will say, I'm gonna go with Miami and 5. I mean, though it's not actually come like, wow, Trevor, you're on a crazy island there. It's not that far. But yeah, I've got Miami and 5 FMB. Either camp player he's not embiid. If he gets back, he plays in like game three and just isn't himself. Miami 5. If embiid can play and be himself, let's say starting in game two or three, then if he's himself, I think Philly can push this to stab it. They could, because he's that good. But I would still pick Miami in 7 at that point. But yeah, if he can't go and I'm none of these reports are green. No, right? Because it took a long time to even start getting them. But you know, nobody knows. Maybe he won't miss time, like that. Those came out way, way after. The initial reporting of he's got the broken orbital bone. So yeah, I'm going to lean, he doesn't play, and if he does, he's not himself Miami and 5. So I think what's going to be which it does, it does. And part of the reason why I'm saying in four is because I don't trust James Harden to be MVP caliber James Harden to do what he needs to do in order to get them through with a out or diminished embiid. If you get the James Harden that we saw in the raptor series and I think that is more likely, particularly when you look at Miami's defense, I think they're going to be able to lock in even more on him..

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"fmb  c." Discussed on Monocle 24: The Urbanist

Monocle 24: The Urbanist

07:51 min | 8 months ago

"fmb c." Discussed on Monocle 24: The Urbanist

"We're sitting in Barry yards now and as I look out of the window in front of me, I can see a sight that has been the same maybe for a hundred years. I can see the borough market in front of us, the fresh produce the people buying and selling. But then you pass through a little alleyway, and there's a new world. Tell us about this development. So essentially we brought back to life a very vibrant space from the Middle Ages that over the last decades under the railway tracks basically became a no go area for people, but right next to borough market. And so we decided to reopen it up again to the public for people to work for people to have food to have dinner to have entertainment. And basically recreating the original streetscape. And I was here about a week ago and the gate to this area underneath the arch was shut. But when people walk through it, give us a sense of this scale of this development that you've taken on and what it takes in as I look out I see in every man's cinema, I can see office spaces, but how big is this kind of undiscovered area in quite a discovered part of London? I mean, the area is very large, not only, I think, in terms of flora area, so I think we're we have roughly 70,000 ft² of office space, 70,000 ft² of FMB retail space. But it's also the volumes because these railway arches, they're all somewhere between 9 and 11 meters tall. So they're very voluminous spaces, which I think changes the perception for people as well. What people won't get in their sense from the audio is the amazing materials that have been used here. Some of which have been kept from the old railway arches from Thames house, this building in front of us. There's amazing texture over time of these kind of Victorian edifices. But there's some new bits as well. How did you manage that kind of dance between the old and the new and keeping that sense of authenticity in the medieval streets capers you say? The biggest challenge I think was choosing the right brick. So obviously there was a lot of existing brick already in terms house, which was very historical, which we restored. But then we also had to bring the new break in, which had to really, really match that historical break. And I think our architect spark based in London and I've done a lot of very impressive projects. They nailed it exactly with the brakes not only with the exact right materiality and color of the bricks, but also the way they've played around with the texture. And as a developer, I need to ask you a little bit about the bottom line. We've had a turbulent few months as we conduct this interview. There's some uncertainty about rule changes in London to do with hospitality. And hasn't it been a torrid time for retail as well? How do you feel embarking on the soft opening of certain parts of this project? What's the confidence like from the tenants and from you as the developer? So I think retail more than ever is a long-term play. It's not something where you can build something maximize the rents and then try to make a profit. So I think everything takes time to kind of mature. And this scheme post COVID will probably take at least 12 to 18 months to fully lease up and to reach a level of stability where I think you've got customers coming in where retailers are starting to do a good trade, where FMB operators are starting to make good money. And it will probably take three to four years for this scheme to come to full stabilization. And obviously inevitably in every scheme in every retail scheme you'll have retailers that at the end of the day don't make it. Those initial years of stabilization will determine who will be here to stay and also who we can bring as a potentially better tenant to come in as other ones maybe four by the wayside. And when we look through I saw a big mix of units, there are some extremely large ones in some extremely small ones. What was the thinking behind that is kind of an incentive to give smaller businesses a bit of a leg up there or is it just about giving people a range of options? I think a bit of both I mean, the big railway arches, obviously, they're so large in terms of floor to ceiling height in terms of width. It's difficult to cut them up into smaller spaces. So our bigger spaces are definitely concentrated in those arches. And therefore, we have to create, for instance, that arcade that you saw earlier on, which has a lot of small units, which really caters to smaller, independent retailers, let's say, but you could think of a flower shop, a bakery, for example, candle shop. Things that maybe in your perception could have been here already when this was originally existing in the 16th century. Whenever I walk through borough markets just across the way, I'm always struck a little bit inspired by the nice range of niche businesses that are honest, they're independent, they're small often some of them started here and then grew into restaurant chains that went around London. How are you thinking about getting that mix right? And if you said no to anyone yet. Well, we have a lot of demand for the FMB units so for the restaurant units. And so we have to say no to some people because we had three, four offers for each unit. So there it was really a selection of who we felt was the best fit for this area, right next to borough market. And also in the context of some of the other restaurants that we'd already selected. I think one of the very positive things about all of the challenging changes in retail is that the balance sheet, let's say, the creditworthiness of the retailer is probably less important than it ever was. And it's more important what the concept of the retailer is. And what they bring to the table and how they add to the mix. And so I think that's a really good thing because it means you don't focus as much as people used to do on getting a very big brand with as many outlets as possible in your new space, but you ideally want to go for that independent retailer like you said. And even if that retailer has a very small number or only one unit, that might actually be a better value add for your space than somebody with a significant number of outlets across the UK. And as we sit in the light bathed fully windowed showroom at the front, I can see a trickle of people finding their way already through the yards. They're being kind of drawn inexorably by that. Maybe a little bit of a sense of curiosity about a new space opening up. How important is it to you that this area also connects people that it's also a thoroughfare, and how important is that to the experience? Because I think a lot of us have got used to the idea of malls I've been in the UAE recently and I got up to four 8 for this. This is all ground level. It is all in the fresh air in the sometimes inclement British weather at times. How do you feel about this kind of layout? And is there a future for this? Maybe compared to a big shiny glance and steel number. I mean, I think people want authenticity in everything and it goes with the whole trend towards sustainability and recycling and reuse and all those kinds of things. And I think just like secondhand sales of luxury goods are booming like crazy because people don't feel like it makes sense to buy the new product all the time at full price and all the production issues that are associated with it. I think it's the same with retail and leisure and FMB. I think being in an authentic space that's already existed. I think people genuinely feel they feel more authenticity and so that's why they want to be. I think the other thing that borough yards specifically offers is sort of an oasis of calm in a really busy bustling area. So if you walk through borough market, it's really difficult to find a quiet corner. I mean, unless you go into a restaurant and you sit somewhere in the back. But other than that, it's basically standing shoulder to shoulder with people everywhere. And I think part of the reason why people wonder in here as well is because it kind of feels like that oasis of calm and it's always very attractive to look at compared to all of the chaos that's around it. And I think that that's another reason for people to come in here. And I've been lucky to have a sneak peek and to be shown around by you and have the benefit of your experiencing the site develop and evolve since you acquired it in 2016. But when can the rest of the world begin to see it and what's the kind of opening up plan? So all of the FMB operators and some of the retailers that basically secured their spaces are doing their fit out. The first ones will open somewhere around February March. So I think by the time this sort of a more significant.

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"fmb  c." Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

Beach Talk Radio

05:23 min | 2 years ago

"fmb c." Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

"Sorry, you're going to have to use his full name. It's going to be his full name Will. Got it there in a big hand for Jewel everybody Jewel bilges and we had John. Hi, Miss. Not the right answer Chad because you're trying to be funny and you're locked down stayed up there. I know so long so is the Michigan guy? Yeah. Yeah. We had a bunch of great prizes. You are so awesome for coming down and that you have no you guys so I have no idea who won those gifts. So we have a copy of what yeah. Well, yeah toy, I don't know what that means. Somebody was trying to right right quick. But and and well well well make sure they get to the right people and I saw a couple of comments about something else so we'll we'll get it all straightened out. Yeah, so thank you for calling down again about okay, so we have awesome mermaid Festival their wage And there are kind of a nice thing about this with mermaid festivals. Yeah, we do have an art and craft show, which is amazing cuz it's unknown for my hand cradled crafted artists not buy sell stuff. It's all handmade unique different things. But we have a lot of not-for-profits we're working with the PTO will be they're selling their masks. We've got the Fort Myers Beach women Club will be out there with their pound. We are FMB shirts for sale Renee from Fort Myers Beach yoga and cyber movement will be there. We Fox company as well right have free reef safe sunscreen for anybody. So if you show up and you don't have your sunscreen on stop by their booth and go ahead and you know, leave yourself off with some re safe protect the waters. There's just we have Girl Scout. I forgot all about them Girl Scouts of Lee County will be out there with wonders of water. It's their whole program about educating young girls about save and protect our waterways. Well, they have cookies. They will not have cookies. However, they will have a recycled Beach trash art project that you can do so you can go to the beach pick up a bunch of them. Crash and bring it back and they will teach you how to do it or they'll have to be there for you as well. And remember that the girl scouts or something. So they're actually going to teach you how to make something creative or the beach debris and remember folks. It's free to get in. Percent free. So when you get to the gate, usually you have to pay to get in my events are always free nice. I believe the public needs to get out there and support local artists and crafters and this moment. I totally going to have I believe we have 57 vendors right now. Some of them are not for profits of course and we have two food vendors, but we have everything from folk art paintings to tile Arts. I mean, we have some artists that have like $3,000 Pieces by your home there. We've got Appalachian white oak furniture, which if you're not familiar with that basically you can't kill it. It's good for you know, twenty-five thirty years out near your house what we need. All right. All right..

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"fmb  c." Discussed on CincyBrewcast

CincyBrewcast

05:18 min | 2 years ago

"fmb c." Discussed on CincyBrewcast

"And you know that for us the interest in getting a you know, a brewery Seltzer was not very high on our list. It does suck. It didn't seem to me to be something that we would really have a competitive Advantage with what what do you think it says about the industry the fact that Seltzer has become so popular song. Well, I mean, it's it's not happening in I mean filter is incredibly popular outside of the craft beer segment. I mean, it's everywhere so I mean and it's eating into everyone's stuff. So it's not like I mean wines taking it are getting a chunk of it like beer is getting a humongous chunk of it. I mean everyone, you know, you know fmb's are doing okay I imagine but I'm also taking a massive hit from south. I mean it's taking an easier one, but November so that's like your Mike's Hard Lemonade kind of stuff. Yeah, the Smirnoff Ice Storm. All of that things that yeah, it just I can't I just can't I still can't figure it out of why wage it's happening the way it is. And I mean, I'm I don't know. I mean, it's just it is I think there's Health stuff. There's I mean, it is a flavor profile or lack of flavor profile a day if people are looking for and I mean again, the reason why it's saying I think in craft beer is I mean a lot of people are looking for a competitive advantage and they think that fighting a piece of this pretty you know, what what always hear from people was like, well, you know, like the the segments like, you know, this many walk-ins of dollars if we can just get like 1% of that, that'd be good. Like well, I don't to me. I don't see that happening for most people. I think you can maybe you know home I don't know. guess I'm I'm like a shelter skeptic when it comes to to craft beer and I get why people have it and I don't I'm not like shiting on why people are doing it. Like I definitely get the business off of it, but I don't know you could you could pull a little segment of a very big Market if you put Bud Light On Tap next to your beers and your Taproom. Oh, yeah. Yeah people aren't okay with doing that..

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"fmb  c." Discussed on CincyBrewcast

CincyBrewcast

05:09 min | 2 years ago

"fmb c." Discussed on CincyBrewcast

"I I've seen wage themselves, but I don't know if I haven't seen it and seen anyone post it yet, but they they got some really neat stuff. They've gotten there was one kind of peril that I really wanted them to to get and they got it and and that. Gomes Phenomenal, I'm still sitting on some of the the tequila Barrel goes. I still I've just got it sitting in my fridge. I haven't drank. Yeah, because I'm heading for that right in a complaint about that one coming out too early. The only thing that I see that I have not seen yet is Kentucky Tweed the bourbon barrel-aged English mild is also coming out. Yeah. I had seen that one off of that. I'd that might be coming out very soon. Actually. I think we should be getting that very very soon. There's a couple there's a couple of other stuff that's going to be the only things that I've seen I won't we in a way we spent? Yeah, if anyone hasn't listened to the wooden Cask episode where we talked about all the stuff they're going to do and how Randy's experience with the the barrel aging. I think that's definitely something someone should check out. Yeah. Well back to the episode where does it show note if I remember do we want to talk about this new world of Seltzer and Club? Or easy drinking things that people are doing I know that everybody's coming is probably groaning in their car right now suggest talking about shelter again, but I mean, it's I think it's interesting. It's interesting how well it's interesting and in my complete lack of interest and I guess I just I but everybody says that but yet if you look at the numbers, it seems like everybody's drinking it like if oh, yeah, it's clearly a thing yet. Nobody that I know really wants to talk about the fact that they are, you know, sitting by the pool and pounding white Claus or walk or whatever you're drinking. I mean, I really I really don't drink a lot of it at all part of it's because most of what I drink is just what we carry and we don't carry a Seltzer outside of this one. I got right here. I will try later. But I mean we looked and I mean like two years when we first started we were like, well we should see if there's like a craft shelter out there and just there really isn't dead. And you know that for us the interest in getting a you know, a brewery Seltzer was not very high on our list. It does suck. It didn't seem to me to be something that we would really have a competitive Advantage with what what do you think it says about the industry the fact that Seltzer has become so popular song. Well, I mean, it's it's not happening in I mean filter is incredibly popular outside of the craft beer segment. I mean, it's everywhere so I mean and it's eating into everyone's stuff. So it's not like I mean wines taking it are getting a chunk of it like beer is getting a humongous chunk of it. I mean everyone, you know, you know fmb's are doing okay I imagine but I'm also taking a massive hit from south. I mean it's taking an easier one, but November so that's like your your Mike's Hard Lemonade kind of stuff. Yeah, the Smirnoff Ice Storm..

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"fmb  c." Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

Beach Talk Radio

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"fmb c." Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

"If you want to go out where a mask wear a mask if your research I mean, I know it's it's hard because there's there's people on both sides of it that have a lot of Education that are saying the exact opposite of each other. Yeah. It says there's ten presidential contenders. Wow, who the hell knew that nobody. There's nobody like the old Ross Perot nobody that's really going to be a third candidate like the old Ross Perot guy. All right everybody. So the council meeting is on Monday will be carrying that live on the Facebook and we'll be back again next week with another fascinating like this one was and we appreciate you all and all the blah blah blahs and we'll see you soon. And don't forget next Saturday is our get together. So after the show, we're going to be at mangoritas for a living wage. Not only embarrassed me cuz last time we had a good crowd and if it's just the two of us sitting like next door drinking beer by herself that really sucked. Well, so and if we really sad cuz it's just birthday am gonna be in englis the double nickels. That's right. So yeah, please join us know gifts. Yes. Yeah you throw, you know throw rocks and garbage at us and waved to be honest. If you wanted to give a gift you could make a donation to the hashtag. We are FMB or to our personal fund and I'm just kidding. All right, We appreciate everything you do and you know, you're all great Americans so by Barn home page.

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"fmb  c." Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

Beach Talk Radio

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"fmb c." Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

"Yeah. It says there's ten presidential contenders. Wow, who the hell knew that nobody. There's nobody like the old Ross Perot nobody that's really going to be a third candidate like the old Ross Perot guy. All right everybody. So the council meeting is on Monday will be carrying that live on the Facebook and we'll be back again next week with another fascinating like this one was and we appreciate you all and all the blah blahs and we'll see you soon. And don't forget next Saturday is our get together. So after the show, we're going to be at mangoritas for a living wage. Not only embarrassed me cuz last time we had a good crowd and if it's just the two of us sitting like next door drinking beer by herself that really sucked. Well, so and if we really sad cuz it's just birthday am gonna be in englis the double nickels. That's right. So yeah, please join us know gifts. Yes. Yeah you throw, you know throw rocks and garbage at us and waved to be honest. If you wanted to give a gift you could make a donation to the hashtag. We are FMB or to our personal fund and I'm just kidding. All right, We appreciate everything you do and you know, you're all great Americans so by Barn home page.

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"fmb  c." Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

Beach Talk Radio

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"fmb c." Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

"You know, if you have ginger. I'm 3 months if you're pretty healthy every six months. I didn't mean to Sidetrack you there so I don't give the specials. No toothbrush that helps keep them cleaner. So when you come for those cleanings every three four six months, they're easier, which must be so if you say only use soft why they're why did the supermarket sell em because people like you and others like the feel. Yes. Thank you, like the feel of the heart and the mean I don't like the feel of it. I don't know for some reason. I think it works better. I don't know exactly right. Wow. Wow, go back to the card into the reason why you're here. I'm here for whatever. So the cars are still $50 still go to public schools. Yes still for public right and employers need to get a hold of you guys. Right and they kind of nominate people who are no people going out and if they know someone and they can reach us our email is we are FMB 2020 @gmail. Do you know offhand how many shirts and and hats have been sold? Really? I'm sorry. No, it's dead. Yes, there was so many I mean over fifty thousand dollars left. Yeah, it's a good number. Yeah, given most of that away Cheryl home and actually went through him. Okay, Cheryl home is our Treasurer. She's a really good Treasurer. Oh my gosh the numbers it kind of made me cross-eyed and she goes now. This tab is all the shirts and I went wow and yeah and I remember shooting telling us at the beginning that wage the phone. I don't know if it's a different manufacturer for the shirts now recipe, but they were really doing a great job helping out. So the margin the margins are nice for you, we called them now because everybody's working right now. He's busier and he's like Sergeant that's what a great day at beach where they are. They on the beach right over on San Carlos St. Pete's everybody for your t-shirts where they sell over there anything else, you know, he does all just the printing nice and so you have the regular t-shirts and then you have children smell like a little children's one, but yep. You have tank tops is and that's the children's one back there. Okay, and we're going out and we're we're going to well Jan Fleming's trying to get bandana. Thanks for dogs. Oh cool. Yeah dogs..

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"fmb  c." Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

Beach Talk Radio

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"fmb c." Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

"Need is we have a lot of people come and and present their stuff at one of our meetings and then we try to Thursday. We try to accommodate anybody who comes we do a lot with act we do an event where we get together a couple of times year and pack bags of toiletries and stuff and take them up to the abuse. I'm still to the ladies that are are there. So we have we quite a few activities going on. How many how many members do you guys have? How big is the organization many 7 a.m. And the beach people are very giving yes. They are. I notice that whenever something's going on. You can draw a crowd of people that want to give to the community. Yeah. We're quite fortunate Choice Nancy. Did you want to say anything today or come on going to talk about the I can talk about expert? Yes. We are. I just moved to the island of August on the island. She bought a hairstylist. I met her at this location at the foundation. So foundation is actually fun. Well get a lot of friends mostly why when we were emailing back and forth you get your signature says Smiles sure. I thought you were just a nice person or trying to trying to make me a nice person. So I got you. You're a dentist. Where's your eyes Santini off? Plaza right by the 7-Eleven across from Santini now for I don't mean to throw you off a little bit, but am interested Delight the people still are they a little worried to come the dentist because you know think and here's a tangent, but I just had a patient who has cancer and her dentist became afraid to treat her prior to covid-19. The walls if I dare to touch a wall, so I'm like you do. Oh, we follow you. So everything is more than whites down there. Why did you decide to start a practice on Fort Myers Beach? It was I moved down the Naples. I couldn't find anything down here in Naples Fort Myers and I just like it was there and honestly, I think God gave it to me because I just moved to the island and I love it here. I just I love the community and that's what we are amphibians showed me like nowhere else could to win I said way through I mean, just everything the foundation and what we do as friends and as what get make we make money to give it away like really but the we are FMB two women said when everything was shut off Let's help people where else could anybody sell that many shirts in in am I know we're we're can do that when you're talking about the two women Anita and Janine trying to engineer and you know, they had many they had a like a team handful of team that you know, crusty Pete's and Janet Fleming who just still wears her shirt everywhere. Yep, Kelly Smith. Tribute, it was just an amazing thing and it was so neat that they came to the foundation and said, can you help us?.

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"fmb  c." Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

Beach Talk Radio

05:06 min | 2 years ago

"fmb c." Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

"Dot-com and signing up by clicking on the newsletter and hopefully the sounds okay. So we appreciate you guys tuning in this morning. We know you have much better things to do with your lives every day than to sit around in your living room and pop us up on the big screen, which I'm probably sure everybody likes to do somebody somebody actually sent me a picture of us on the big screen once and I went that because you all right. I'm I wouldn't be talking last night with at our at our other interview and she was talking about having what are the billboard and I was like, I could not imagine driving a billboard. Yeah with your face on it would be curious. I think so, let's introduce our guests enough about us because all we do is talk about us off. Let's see and Susie are from the Fort Myers Beach Community Foundation. Thank you so much for coming on and we appreciate you guys coming in and telling us about the Community Foundation and off. On uniform and you got a big crowd behind you even got shirts hanging up everywhere. So by the way, if you want to come down and support the Community Foundation and the way our FMB wage campaign, you can come down and there's t-shirts and what else you have pets children's shirts. All right. So Nancy's first of all tell us about the Community Foundation will let Susie do that very often. Okay, actually the Community Foundation started ten years ago on the beach yet was originally the pilot Club International and the girls here decided they wanted to do something more local office. So ten years ago. The Community Foundation was formulated. And since then we are a real philanthropic group. So we have given away more than $160,000 to Charities here on the beach. We try to keep all of our money's here on the beach and in the surrounding communities, but we had I have seen notes here. All right, we have given away over $62,000 in scholarships to students here on the beach or anybody who wants to further their education now part of manners. I don't mean to interrupt but I forgot to ask you before so I apologize. Would you like a beer right? You're sure oh, okay. Okay. I'm sorry to interrupt. Go ahead. Don't throw you. I just trying to relax always surprising if we say yes one person or two people did then I was quite shocked by that along with that was given about $25,000 to the Fort Myers Beach Elementary School to help with their stem program and the summer camps for the students here on the beach and what else am now about $65,000 in other various charities in this area. So we're really a real philanthropic group. We have quite a few months events during the year to raise that money..

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"fmb  c." Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

Beach Talk Radio

05:05 min | 2 years ago

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"Dot-com and signing up by clicking on the newsletter and hopefully the sounds okay. So we appreciate you guys tuning in this morning. We know you have much better things to do with your lives every day than to sit around in your living room and pop us up on the big screen, which I'm probably sure everybody likes to do somebody somebody actually sent me a picture of us on the big screen once and I went that because you all right. I'm I wouldn't be talking last night with at our at our other interview and she was talking about having what are the the billboard and I was like, I could not imagine driving a billboard. Yeah with your face on it would be curious. I think so, let's introduce our guests enough about us because all we do is talk about us off. Let's see and Susie are from the Fort Myers Beach Community Foundation. Thank you so much for coming on and we appreciate you guys coming in and telling us about the Community Foundation and off. On uniform and you got a big crowd behind you even got shirts hanging up everywhere. So by the way, if you want to come down and support the Community Foundation and the way our FMB wage campaign, you can come down and there's t-shirts and what else you have pets children's shirts. All right. So Nancy's first of all tell us about the Community Foundation will let Susie do that very often. Okay, actually the Community Foundation started ten years ago on the beach yet was originally the pilot Club International and the girls here decided they wanted to do something more local office. So ten years ago. The Community Foundation was formulated. And since then we are a real philanthropic group. So we have given away more than $160,000 to Charities here on the beach. We try to keep all of our money's here on the beach and in the surrounding communities, but we had I have seen notes here. All right, we have given away over $62,000 in scholarships to students here on the beach or anybody who wants to further their education now part of manners. I don't mean to interrupt but I forgot to ask you before so I apologize. Would you like a beer right? You're sure oh, okay. Okay. I'm sorry to interrupt. Go ahead. Don't throw you. I just trying to relax always surprising if we say yes one person or two people did then I was quite shocked by that along with that was given about $25,000 to the Fort Myers Beach Elementary School to help with their stem program and and the summer camps for the students here on the beach and what else am now about $65,000 in other various charities in this area. So we're really a real philanthropic group. We have quite a few months events during the year to raise that money..

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03:48 min | 2 years ago

"fmb c." Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"The president in his opening remarks in India they're calling it the namaste trump rally and that was live from India a trade deal they're hoping to work out while he is there in India here is your forecast cloudy conditions and rainfall for the central part of the country start the work week for Missouri Illinois portions of Indiana Kentucky and Tennessee unfortunately more wet weather in store for the south and especially in the Ohio and Tennessee valley where this rain will eventually continue to dump down into the south where the rivers and streams are already at capacity rains will continue throughout today but heavier tomorrow in the south we're gonna pick up showers today in Missouri portions of Illinois Indiana and especially western Kentucky it's somewhat of a slow moving system the rain showers will be delivered into the northeast and mid Atlantic for Tuesday and Wednesday and in the west beginning as rain on the coast but breaking office some energy moving over the Rockies we'll see more snow for the northern tier states over the course of the day your national forecast from red eye radio I'm meteorologist John trout your forecast is brought to you by the truck smart mobile lab from travel centers of America download trucks more today when you need it yeah KFMB what if I told you a five minute phone call could help save you three hundred dollars four dollars even five hundred dollars a month every month but property values are open and the thirty year mortgage rates are way down in the threes to start lowering your monthly payments and freeing up some extra cash for putting your home to work for you did you discover friend Kevin Lyons president of anchor funding Kevin how are you brother her just helps most of the refinance twenty one days later the same money that's right Mike we paid if they're just a line of credit the credit card debt we put them all into one low payment and now they're saving over two hundred and fifty dollars a month it's over three thousand dollars a year they say and I also got an extra eight thousand dollars cash back card Caroline's I did one hundred three three three fifty one fifty seven one out of three three three fifty one fifty seven anchor funny dot net equal housing lender not all applicants qualify Dearie numbers are one two seven six zero eight seven loans made or arranged pursuant to the department of business oversight California finance lenders law in MLS number two three six four one nine and three one nine four zero eight advertorials by Fannie Mae call for details crash investigation continues the California highway patrol continues to investigate Saturday's charter bus crash in north county that left three women dead and eighteen injured it appears the driver lost control and heavy rain Christopher Williams was behind the bus when it started flipping all the rain that was really bad really happy the ones that were hurt they could walk up the hill I carried him up the hill at least three women were killed eighteen others injured including a five year old boy who is in critical condition swimmers and surfers are being advised to avoid ocean waters at the county's beaches due to contamination caused by urban runoff following the rain and sensing is scheduled for later today for William Prickett a federal agent who was involved in off duty road rage incident which he pulled a gun on another driver weather mostly clear fifty degrees at Lindbergh field John gamble M. seven sixty K. FMB talk have breaking news CBS news update coming off is when an automatic carcasses and before that in the New Hampshire primary well known senator Bernie Sanders has been campaigning in Texas one of the big states holding primaries on.

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Beach Talk Radio

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"fmb c." Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

"I'm not a fan of candle. If i can tell you i will never promote real handle so we really would like how you to avoid handle though i think that is some folks go to when the power goes out but we would really encourage you to have some <hes> l._e._d. Battery powered stuff and a boy goes candles. <hes> candles of course are a tremendous fire hazard and we have folks to fall asleep or the candlelit or something like that and that certainly compounds the problem tremendously when our lines down encouraged to stay away from power line. You never know if they're auditor dead. If they're a cable line to power line they want to be very cognisant of that and be patient with our partners at pl they are extremely good at what they do and they have proven to have a systematic approach to getting our back on every time we get impatient with them and we get a response. We understand that there's no doubt they are doing everything within their power so just being patient with that understand that if your power goes <music> out you're not gonna have a._c. So it's gonna get hot. It's going to get humid drink lots of water. I'm sure there's people drink a lot of things out there. Drink lots of water in addition to those other things because when you don't have the a._c._a. That you're used to your body reacts reacts differently and then consider things as simple as something like insect talent and things like that that you're gonna wanna have your windows open when the power's hours out and they'll be ready with just those little creature comforts so you can endure that long period of time that it may take but again in our power folks because they are attacking. It's just like the fire. Department is very semantically very strategic well chief. Thanks so much for your time and thanks for what you do and what everybody on the fire. Department does the entire team in there. We really do appreciate everything and we appreciate your coming on when we ask and have a great holiday weekend. Thank you and i sincerely appreciate you inviting john. If i could just close with one quick comment at storms like this get us all wanna tizzy and wound up but it is also a superior opportunity to kinda show at the community community we are and to support her neighbors and love our community and take care of each other and really just come together and help that person across the street that negro little interest and so this is the time to shine is a community and i look forward to watching a community do that again just like they did laugh on. Thank you ed well said thank you very much for that and we'll talk to you soon..

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Beach Talk Radio

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"fmb c." Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

"But if you don't especially when you're running generator have a battery operated carbon monoxide detector so you know if there's a problem there's elite never feel those those generators in their hot or running or set the critical fire hazard a lot of folks have found ways to plug the generator enter into the x. chair of the house into their electrical panel to power their home but only make sure that's done by a license electrical contractor. We don't want to bypass any other safety standards. When we're doing electrical work for the home that could be both a fire hazard as well as the safety hazards so those are some quick tips but the biggest thing for me would be you know the fumes and making sure generators. Stay away from your home and your neighbors don't run by your your neighbor's window by any means well and we know when the power is out. We we don't have our a._c. And some things like that folks have their windows open and things like that we wanna be respectful neighbors and and keeping those things are going. We do have some stuff on our website. We'll be putting out from social media blasts generator safety <hes> when highlight there's a publication out there that ten years beaches and he's hurricane guide talking a little bit about generator tapie but nothing to be taken lightly because it would be terrible to have a lock knock community do something like that after great information appreciate that very much gotcha and the last question chief and all and we'll let you go is what advice do you have for residents when their power does go out. <hes> you know everybody gets impatient. Sometimes they're calling pl l. and everybody's working their hardest to try and get the power back on but any advice for folks when they do lose their power well the f._b._i. Is heroes just as much as the fire and the ethnic law enforcement it my first thought would be you know expect anticipate them localized power outages and we don't need to the freak out when it happens we should expect that to happen and be ready with our lanterns and our batteries and he's been a refrigerator full enclosed <hes> encourage you to do the simple things like charge everything up before the storm had that battery powered radio i am..

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Beach Talk Radio

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"fmb c." Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

"Sometimes when you see the fuel station close there is the possibility that there is an emergency reserve kelvin burt emergency services perfect perfect now. I think one of the most important questions is generator candle safety because when the power goes out you know people try to start up generators and yet the candles go on the flash <unk> is going. So what do you wanna tell folks about how to be safe when they're turning on the generators and lighting the candles. Well thank you for that. This is a kind kind of subject near and dear to our hearts right after irma <hes> we have folks using generators prevalent lii and we could hear the generators we knew they they were out there and we didn't have a way to communicate the state safety of generators reproach and impact on fire inspectors cited driving down streets listening for generators when they found one they make contact those folks and make sure they were used safely and there was a couple durkan's panthers where there's no doubt in my mind lives were saved because they they came across somebody using generator incorrectly and they were able to quickly change back and really what it comes down to. Is you know generators factor life when we're dealing with hurricanes tame but the fumes carbon monoxide that comes off the generator you and putting that near area that it can go right back into your home is critically dangerous carbon monoxide. We can't smell it. We can't pay that we can't see it and it can overcome us very quickly running a car in a garage and so we recommend generators stay as far away from the home as possible <hes> at least ten feet away from home not to use them on nine and breeze ways where you think well this out outfight and protected because likely those fumes are coming right out of that generator and going back into your ventilation system. <hes> we also encourage you if you don't and we always want you to have a carbon monoxide detector in your home.

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Beach Talk Radio

03:22 min | 3 years ago

"fmb c." Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

"Infrastructure piece we may ogre prepare even more than somebody else would and it's just because we want to maintain services for as long as awful and try and keep those services <hes> what what you're used to from day to day so an example would be we made prep fire stations. We may shudder fire stations and things like that even earlier <hes> certainly not to alarm anyone one but we want to protect that critical infrastructure and at the end of the day our taxpayers funded that you know they gave us the facility so i want to do the best i can to take good care of them and make sure they're ready ready to go just for any type of scenario other than that. We have a phased approach to continuing services. <hes> we know that once we get over forty clown our sustained wind but we don't like those trucks going over the bridge too much so we have a plan for that we use the clinton thoroughly in irma and it was actually a great time to revitalize ah plan update the plan to make sure we had some best practices but we do a lot of prep just like everyone in our community. Does we try to practice what we preach. We've got a lot of water and we've got a lot food and we're ready for anything we do have some different locations we can cut our staff and to keep them safe and they come back and protect the community and <hes> we kind of upper staffing level from things like that so nothing dramatically different than what we would want our community to do <hes> just want you to know that we're kind of doing the same thing and if you have questions we wanna be a resource to you on how to get resources and how to prepare now you guys were getting the sand bags ready nice and early. I saw a picture of that. I think on facebook or in the newspaper <hes> so you're out there early getting ready for if anyone wanted sandbags you had you had everybody for hearing for that. I am incredibly incredibly impressed with the town this year. The town was on top of the dog issue and the need <hes> for the town of court. Myrtle beach had stand delivered. I'm sure you know bags themselves. Through start running low so folks killed a need up. Some of your own bags can but the ten founded a great job of having that hand <hes> <hes> distributed pretty early and that is back behind townhall. 'cause anybody needs san. There is <hes> a map on our website how to get that but right behind town hall and again. Thank give it a town for being proactive in getting ready. You know one of the things i was thinking about was with all this gas running out early the do you do. You guys have some kind of backup situation for vehicles. It goes through the emergency vehicles <hes> when when you know the guests seems to seem to run out real quick this time of especially at the seven eleven. It just seemed like it was people were. We're getting prepared for sure but the gas has gone. So how do you guys prepare for that great question you know they truck certainly run on diesel fuel as you along with their generators and so forth so <hes> wael well before hurricane season we have all the facilities fuel to their peak <hes> to maintain generator performance as far as the trucks go <hes> we don't run you know to other gaslight. I'm don by any our trucks wanted to blow about a quarter tanker throwing them back up just so they can keep going so all of our trucks are always popped up. We have some agreements with both the county and surrounding areas to where it gas runs out there emergency reserve available specifically for emergency vehicles so they can get and owns is where they need to go and things like that so we're blessed to have that backup plan in place so sometimes.

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