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"fort worth zoo" Discussed on The Mom Voice

The Mom Voice

01:31 min | Last month

"fort worth zoo" Discussed on The Mom Voice

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"fort worth zoo" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:57 min | 2 months ago

"fort worth zoo" Discussed on KTOK

"Want to thank you for taking us all the way to number one. If anybody asks you what radio station you listen to you Tell them the Cliff Davis Show on I heart radio originating from NewsRadio. 1000 Katie OK, Oklahoma City and airing on krm G. 123, Tulsa's News and talk Oklahoma and now airing on Casey, Ky 6 60 A M. The answer. Dallas Fort Worth. When I thank you for taking us all the way to number one. We are the talk of North America National News and whether together at the bottom of the hour, along with national and local station identification. G man is producing Jeff Burnham on the digital side. Thank you all for tuning in and listening to our 9 11 tribute. It was a tough weekend for everybody, but we're past it now and on to better things with us in studio this weekend is the John Wayne family. Anita LaCava Swift, John Wayne's eldest granddaughter. She's with the John Wayne Cancer Foundation and in town for the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum Awards. First, we've got to get to a couple sponsors and pay some bills BK over there at Louie's Grill nationwide. Dr John Bilardo, the advanced laser and cataracts center. Thomas Custom shower doors I G screen printing and graphics sooner stayed home improvements. Joe does no windows Dustin, a discount garage door called 5 to 5 Door, Red carpet Carwash, Twin Peaks, Travis Watkins, Tax resolution and accounting firm and some of our standing supporters. Dallas County Sheriff's Department, Dallas PD, Oklahoma County Sheriff's Department, Tulsa County Sheriff's Department The U. S armed forces. We appreciate you all in our veterans. Tinker Air Force Base, Oklahoma City Fire Department, Tulsa. Our department. And Oklahoma Highway Patrol do Watch your speed. They are some of our founding sponsors carry Kasem Casey Kasem's daughter with the case and cares Foundation, Remington Park, the John Wayne Cancer Foundation, the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas Fort Worth Zoo, Oklahoma City Zoo and the Tulsa Zoo. So our next guest really needs no introduction. Speaking of John Wayne himself if you think he wasn't versatile look at the film, Brannigan. Of course, you got the quiet man with Merino Hera. The searchers with the famous doorway seen Eldorado with Mr Robert Mitchum. James Caan, The Alamo. Anita was in the Alamo. She's going to talk about that. The Cowboys with Roscoe Lee Browne, talk about diversity, Chisholm with force Tucker and, of course, True grit. Oscar winner 1969 doesn't get any better than that. 178 films, movies and TV credits a true patriot and humanitarian, the true essence of an American cowboy and great Western and all around American hero John Wayne and the John Wayne families with us on the Cliff Davis show. Thanks for being here, Anita Always I love your welcomes to me. The intros are fabulous. Love them weather truthful, so happy to be here again in town and beautiful Oklahoma. Well, we were excited about having you on. We're also excited about now being on in Dallas Fort Worth 6 60 am answer relations. That is amazing. It's going to be a neat thing for everybody. Salem Broadcasting. Uh, welcomed us down there, and we're excited to be on in Dallas Fort Worth and really, and we'll get to it soon, but a lot of other places. It's a big stick and a big signal. So awesome, So we appreciate fabulous. It's good stuff. John Wayne, growing up his granddaughter. What a neat deal. Right It was. I was a very lucky girl. Um, you know, he was just my grandfather to me, but To other people it you know, he was more than that. And, uh, but he was he was a He was fabulous, and he loved to spend his time with the kids. You know he If.

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"fort worth zoo" Discussed on Tights and Fights

Tights and Fights

06:16 min | 3 months ago

"fort worth zoo" Discussed on Tights and Fights

"Losing his fifth labor to j. f. in what is not a farewell match probably not problems green. He screamed his way through rampage. First of all like i enjoyed rampage at did watch. I feel like i am the one who is the hardest on eight w of the three of us and i thought it was a fine show. I like kenny. I like all the people i get. What's cool about him. Come out with forty eight belts only two of which i can recognize and neither of them is the w world title like i had the strain to figure out what all the things were around him. I was live texting. When i watched it on a delay to everybody so they had to suffer through me going. Who which one is that so wait. There's a tna ended impact out of course now christian has retired the tna belt. Respectfully i still wish. I knew what i was watching. I really want i want. Let me in tony. Let me add in. let me in. I don't bring more things. I just order. Educate me please. I want to learn. And i'm not going to do my own research. This don't give me. Don't give me this week. It was because i was distraught by rampage last week. So then dynamite. So it fell by the wayside. And i couldn't kind of caught up. I felt lost this week. I was like wait. Is this guy with this person and who has does everyone have a belt. And what does that mean the ladies one so tiny But yet the the lack of co here storytelling. This is not the this is a celebration of the rampage. Was a nice tight. Our it was like wrestling equivalent. A good tight five. They did a really good job. Well done let's see if we can take that over to your other show that is currently a giant sprawling soap opera disaster. I feel like. I've just tuned into the bold and the beautiful after late not having watched it and twenty five years and be like wait. Who is that guy is back this person's still it it. It's it's very confusing. I i will say. Jericho looked a lot better this week than he last week shop shopper much sharper much more engaged And again i don't know if they were playing with the idea that he has been so tired from all of his labors that that was what it is. I don't know what was going on. But this week he definitely felt like he was way more. Like i just engaged in way more With it in the match. So i didn't like hate it. It doesn't feel like a retirement. I guess like if it was there would be more labors. hercules had twelve. If there was there would have been more labor's But it it you know. It's a fun story line. It was a fun story and it you know what a kudos to eighty. W because all of the work they did to get people to learn the lyrics to that fucking song worked part of me kind of wish is that instead of them tipping their hand they would have just let it happen organically. I'm not gonna lie. I also think it would have been really funny to listen to people like judas in my mind like it would've been really funny. I'm not going to lie but you know all the work that they did to like. Put the lyrics up and make sure everyone knew it. I did see. It's funny because like they would zoom in on people's faces while they were singing it and those people did not know the words so the watermelon watermelon juice in my mind. Who's really funny. But they i mean you know. They clearly got the crowd to do the thing. I did see some people reading the lyrics off their phone. But hey i don't blame you for that. I'm the one who stumbled through like two minutes of talking about something that happened to me a week ago because my memory is shot so i also would have been doing that so kudos for that. They made that thing work like that was great and good job. Let's talk about an x t. Take over thirty six or just happening on sunday. Do the big switcheroo summer slam. Now and saturday take over thirty. Six on sunday lindsey. Some interesting thoughts on the current direction of an xt in-between a recording session last week. We're going to ask now to go behind the curtain. Lindsey calc i knew segregate that may or may not return. We're going behind the curtain. We're gonna call this one guerrilla positions do that all right so i don't really race. We're gonna call this section guerrilla gab. Go ahead let's rila we. You should really have a gorilla out for this how this is this. Is paul there all the other room. Dammit dammit yeah. I like to be as professional as possible all the time so i like to give most considered takes all everybody pause. He's going to get a guerilla. Thank you jesus. Thank you gavin gorilla with lindsay. And what's his name name then aimed. This is silver silva lizzy and selva oak aziza. Selma back love. It charged my aunt. Lund's at fort worth zoo was terrifying. Yeah even behind like gonna kill you and you brought this on yourself told you not to stare at it. And she didn't stop with a good time for me not her. So yeah we were talking about eric. St last week and i have been thinking a lot about annex t and i will say before i say what i'm about to say i thought this episode was excellent but i think the past couple of months have been a little more wayward and less structured than i expect for my usual annex and my feelings on that is because there seems to have been less of an obvious leader and i think annexed t works best when it has very very clear direction on a very strong leader. So your adam cole and your undisputed era and your oscar your rear your.

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"fort worth zoo" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

02:04 min | 6 months ago

"fort worth zoo" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

"In person event. How did Covid 19 impact your nonprofit over this past year? Because so many nonprofits had to Go virtual with events. It was difficult to raise awareness. It was difficult to raise funds because the economy had been hurt so bad when we shuttered it down once the pandemic started. How were you all impacted by Covid 19. Well, our chapters specifically definitely saw an impact on fundraising in the pandemic. Your last year we weren't able to achieve our fundraising budget and in part it was really challenging to raise dollars in a virtual world. Especially we saw that especially with our special events when we're used to gathering together. And really raising significant dollars night out through auctions and raffles and things like that, and and we saw a significant impact locally. I will say, though, that the foundation really rose to meet the needs of our community. We had a significant increase in the outreach that patients and professionals we're making to the foundation. Seeking resources on education. Um, support specifically around Covid 19. And the foundation really rose to meet that need and it was it was really impressive. Stress is one of the triggers for a flare up for Crohn's and colitis in IBD. Were you hearing from a lot of patients about their flare ups? During this time? I did hear from folks and, you know, can you imagine going through a flare up and feeling though you can't go to a doctor's office or feeling that you couldn't go to a hospital, and there was a lot of anxiety me in in general, I think we all face you know, increase in anxiety and stress over this past year, And so those were some of the additional resources that We put together to help during the pandemic. The upcoming take Steps walk, which once again will be taking place Sunday, June 27th at the Fort Worth Zoo, and if you want to sign up if you want to be.

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Trinity Metro On-Demand Ride Share expands to serve TCU, Fort Worth Zoo, West 7th corridor

Chris Krok

00:42 sec | 9 months ago

Trinity Metro On-Demand Ride Share expands to serve TCU, Fort Worth Zoo, West 7th corridor

"Is expanding its on demand demand Rideshare Rideshare service service in in Fort Fort Worth, Worth, the the Southside Southside Zib Zib zone zone that that already already provides provides transportation transportation to to the the medical medical district district and and nearby nearby shopping shopping centers. centers. Will now reach the TCU campus before words Ooh and the entertainment district along this is West seventh chord or give them a better way of getting there will be more convenient. You don't have to worry about parking, and when you're ready to go back home, for instance, you could help the wife back again but makes a little bit more convenient. It is like more of a premium service sort of speak without the premium price. Rodney Woods with Trinity Metro says the expansion begins March 14th. They're providing free rides until the end of March. Which right right

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"fort worth zoo" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"fort worth zoo" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Wlw. The radar is all clear in it's mostly sunny and 74 degrees A shooting has left one man in the hospital. The incident happened around 4 30 this morning at Washington Park near the gazebo. He was found with a gunshot wound to the leg and is being treated at the local hospital. At this time. There are no suspects and President Trump attacked a demand for his tax returns by the Manhattan district attorney. Attorneys for President Trump argued in Manhattan grand jury subpoena of his tax records was wildly overbroad issued in bad faith and amounts to harassment of the president. They asked a judge to invalidate the subpoena weeks after the Supreme Court said the Manhattan D. A s office could seek the president's financial records as part of an investigation into hush payments to women. The district attorney's office has said the president is only seeking to delay things in hopes the statute of limitations on any potential crimes. Expires. Aaron Carter SKI ABC NEWS New York The fitness Center for Creative Arts had to postpone its upcoming season of performances, exhibitions and events all until January of 2021. This is, of course, all due to the ongoing Corona virus pandemic. Any performances that were supposed to be taking place September through December will now be rescheduled into the new year, and the Cincinnati Zoo has been voted the second best in the nation in the USA Today's 10 best summer reads pole. Coming in at number one this year, the Fort Worth Zoo on Wall Street, the Dow was down 1 74 NASDAQ's down 74 s and P is down 15. Our next updates at 10. 30 I'm Sarah, least, news Radio 700 wlw. This report is sponsored by experience. Columbus Columbus. You live every.

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"fort worth zoo" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"fort worth zoo" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Shouldn't Cresswell there he founded the Fort Worth chapter of the Global organization told the Fort Worth Star Telegram that among his goals is to focus on where you will get gas and oil and his words following a competitive application process. 43 Fort Worth artists received more than $100,000 in grants. The new Normal Grant initiative is the first of its kind to help local artists amid Cove in 19 1 of the selected winners is going to make some drawings that when they're sold, the money will go straight to the Fort Worth. I think we have another artist who was working on making a film a small, short or documentary about mental health during Kobe, 19 which I think will be very powerful. That is the program director Lauren Child's, he says Any work submitted is meant to reflect the artist's experience during the pandemic Here is really great news. You pulled by Yusa today? Industry experts not just if you know everyday people, people who really know what they're talking about The Fort Worth Zoo Has been named the best zoo in the country. The publication assembled a panel of industry experts who created a list of 20 zoos that Exelon animal care as well. Aziz of animal and Human interactions, people across the country had a vote and ranked the Fort Worth Zoo tops. Ramona Bass, a longtime chairman of the board of directors, said in a press release. Their humbled and thrilled by the honor Kim Lampkin is Kayla knew it really is. An awesome zoo really is and so is the Dallas You were so lucky to have Two world class is zoos in the Metroplex, but the things they've been doing in Fort Worth really remarkable. That's great coming upon KL. I have the latest on the cove in numbers locally and statewide, or Clayton. Neville has all that. But first it's 8 11 Dallas Fort Worth is.

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"fort worth zoo" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"fort worth zoo" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Those businesses and public transit the document does not include recommendations for houses of worship however a separate CDC report this week recommends faith based organizations work with local health officials to determine ways to modify activities to prevent the spread of covert nineteen fox's Jonathan Serrie New York is now testing grocery and pharmacy workers for covert nineteen governor Cuomo also announcing findings that in New York City residents in low income communities test positive at a higher rate twenty seven percent compared to just under twenty percent of the general population Florida senator Marco Rubio says nationwide the question is finding a new normal safely this is what we're dealing with ours are trying to lower the risk meantime efforts underway in both the house and Senate to tweak the rules of the paycheck protection program to give small businesses more time and flexibility to use those loans as quickly as E. pelo see also defending a three trillion dollar relief bill passed last week saying the overriding focus for Democrats is keeping Americans healthy shank at your house you ain't got nothing but the Senate Majority Leader says that bill wasn't a serious effort in winning bipartisan support America is listening to fox your next fox news update in thirty now your top local stories are on Twin Cities news talk dot com Minnesota news network on Scott Peterson governor Tim walls is expected to unveil plans today for the phase three opening of Minnesota bars restaurants and other places of public accommodation the governor had set a goal of June first to reopen the state's hospitality industry which could include hair salons and tattoo parlors some state lawmakers questioned why elective surgeries are being allowed again in Minnesota when the supply of personal protective equipment is still tight and nurses are warning that PP is being rationed house democratic Majority Leader Ryan Winkler to return them to life as usual and elective procedures that may also be the right choice but it should be noted that it is at the sacrifice of the health and safety of healthcare workers very cranky with the Minnesota hospital association response the medical needs of non COPD patients must also be considered what do you have if you have a tumor that needs to be removed we've had patients that didn't get procedures for the last two months and that was the right decision to make but we need to be able to bring some of those procedures back and lawmakers left some unfinished business when the legislative session wrapped up child care advocates are disappointed that legislators failed to pass the bill allocating sixty five million in federal funds to make child care more affordable and accessible for thousands of Minnesotans have been sitting in.

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"fort worth zoo" Discussed on NoCo Now � 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now � 1310 KFKA

06:11 min | 1 year ago

"fort worth zoo" Discussed on NoCo Now � 1310 KFKA

"Vote Larimer Dot Org if you're county Residents so that's something they're looking ahead at. It is something worth noting. Hit is an election year and cove nineteen is not going to just disappear. We know that. So something that They're already planning for that. Male in voting could come in even more handy this year now more so that ever. This is a little bit of a wacky story. Coming out of the Greeley Tribune by Noel Phillips former Bronco's wide. Receiver Cody Latimer. Fired shots assaulted friend. At Poker Game Affidavit says now this article if you read this. It's just insane working through it. Look we've get it. We've all had those rowdy nights With our friends whether it's poker whatever and maybe have one too many adult beverages. Mistakes happen but not mistakes like what? Cody Latimer did. This is just simply inexcusable. Former broncos receiver from two thousand fourteen to twenty seventeen is accused of firing shots and striking a friend on the head with a handgun after an argument during a poker game according to a Douglas. County sheriff's Office Arrest Affidavit This happened on Saturday He was arrested for investigation of second degree assault menacing illegal discharge of a firearm prohibitive use of weapons and reckless endangerment. The affidavit said he was really Saturday from jail on a twenty five thousand dollar bond. The wide receiver is he was still playing for the Washington. Redskins appeared on court on Monday via video This is the story. This is where it really got crazy. So let's let's lay out the story of what happened here. Lattimore asked his friend to organize a poker game and seven eight people attended which hey they stayed amended under the ten people gathering. So that's important drinking alcohol as they played the affidavit said at some point lattimore got into an argument with another person at the card game which was held at the friend's apartment the host then separated the two and kicked everyone out good job right about thirty minutes later. Latimer return with a black handgun in the pocket of his Hoodie. Latter pulled the gun from his pocket and waved it around threatening to kill. Everyone the affidavit stated he fired two shots near the poker game host and his girlfriend but did not point the gun at them. According to the affidavit. If you haven't got that lattimore briefly calm down and emptied bullets from the guns magazines. But he became angry again and told his friends. He saved two bullets. The friend Pin Latimer against the wall. Which is when latimer allegedly struck him in the head. The French suffered head contusion. Analyzer ration- on his face So we'll see we'll follow that along but man Former Bronco in some trouble this all happening in In Douglas County as well so that coming from the Greeley Tribune. We're in the middle of Today's headlines Different things that have been popping up This next story coming from Fort Collins Colorado do want to let you know we want to hear from you. Call us on the all-female hotline nine seven zero three five three thirteen ten nine seven zero three five three thirteen ten or you can text feed mill text line at three one nine nine six three one nine nine six any new texters. All you have to do to subscribe is text. Kfi To that number now. This is something that I'm excited to talk about because it's good news first of all but it's also gonNA lead us right into our next guest coming larimer. County wants lighter corona virus restrictions And this is something that's coming from sadie Swanson of the Fort Collins Colorado and as I noted now this this sounds like complete opposite of what they've been asking for right because they have been very strict with their guidelines and how they've implemented things but they have seen slower numbers they have not reached a high number of people. So this is. They're going for a and keep in mind to governor police to the beginning of all of this said that you're able to open up with restrictions if you get approval and Weld County made headlines when they said okay. Let's open up to let allow businesses to open up with social distancing guidelines without getting the governor's permission but it is in there that if you've got the governor and the health department's To Go ahead you could reopen. And that's what this is what they're trying to do. This is a quote from Tom. Gonzalez Lamoure County Public Health Director. All the public health measures and sacrifices. We've taken in Larry. County have been successful and flattening the curve by decreasing the number of deaths hospitalizations an ICU utilizations. Unfortunately the curve does not go away. Obviously because we know we're going to be living with us. That was the he ended when he says he does not. It's not going to go away. The health department will continue to collaborate with our hospitals daily to monitor capacity triggers and are pleased that we can slowly reopen business ahead of the statewide safer at home restrictions. So this led obviously to my next question. How is it going to happen? What's IT GONNA look like? And we've seen some of the things with the major league baseball. We talked about that yesterday. No SPITTING NO HUGGING. No licking of the fingers. How are you going to force that? I have no idea but Let's talk about how they're gonNA enforce this public gatherings that was the first one right. We're only allowed ten people or more. This ordinance if is approved they were they put this in Friday for approval from the governor that would allow for public gatherings of more than ten people. Participants can maintain six feet of distance from others. At all times. Gatherings would still not exceed fifty people but up to fifty people which is encouraging face. Coverings would still be required in some sort of registration system would be in place to allow for contact tracing if necessary. This is where I've been hearing a lot of issues of people going to be tracing us. They're just GONNA WANNA know if they can get a hold of you. If there's an outbreak that takes place if you were there they wanna be able to let you know. Malls is something that is looking at opening the one that I'm interested about and you know what I I think we'll save. This is restaurants and bars. And that's an interesting one because we're going to dive into that later on in the program about how things are going to open up and what is GonNa look like when things do open up and what the possibilities are so many different things so we're GONNA get we're GONNA get a little crazy with it. We're GONNA talk of the different scenarios that could be happening before we get to break here..

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"fort worth zoo" Discussed on Here We Are

Here We Are

06:55 min | 2 years ago

"fort worth zoo" Discussed on Here We Are

"Into the intermittent fat at fasting is that is that a fad. Add going around this. It's taken off in human culture and the ideas you know actually evolved oft often. We weren't eating every day so your body was actually used to sometimes going with that. was there anything in so. That's like a counter intuitive. Whether whether or not it is good for us But the point I'm trying to make. Is there anything that's happened along the way that was just very surprising to you. Some counterintuitive thing that you would never thought that ended up being really good for some species issues. I'm not sure about that but when you talk about the intermittent fasting I mean certainly a lot of our big carnivores would eat large prey and the knotty for several days. The so sometimes you'll get well. Let's give them a fast day and it's like well that's not really letting them do what they would naturally do so definitely. We have another zoos have to well we haven't working in that direction is offering more of these large carcasses and so then that would replace days. They would go several days without eating if that's what we're going to feed so let's trying to get back to more of their natural ecology But it's not always easy to get a source of these carcasses and maybe there are other biases with how animals should look like dumbo Oh should be fats. End Chunky Fund is is that true or sometimes they actually in the wild are kind of slender and look different way seasonally. It can change so if you saw a picture of a free ranging lactating elephant in mind almost like a skeleton but I mean that's kind of what happens to them so we don't go that far here here but definitely there is a preconception with a lot of the public that the animals looking rounders more natural when that really isn't the case so that's definitely a challenge And we talked a little bit of a body condition scoring and again. That's like he can apply to cross every single animal because they have different body structures so like our Jaguars are are stockier cat than say the Tigers. So when you're scoring them you have to keep in mind their body shape and not just go. Well this is how tire she looks. This Jaguar why are you know is too skinny or something like that. You actually have to know know your animals you be end up developing an individual scale for each species if that takes time so we do a lot of those don't exist but they make great projects for interns in Things so it. But we all of our fellow nutritionist. We all help each other out. We have a website where we can share these resources of. Hey I developed a scale over this scale for them we can trade and there's a lot of We we we definitely rely on colleagues like ants mentioned earlier. One of us has an expert in everything so some of US depending where background background was from like we have one of Tricia sets. Her background was in Avian Science. I may turn to her with like. Hey there's this different poultry. There's different bird food. Can you help me. You know. We'll figure out what the energy content of this would be. If it's not easy for me to figure out so we can turn to each other for different things that we know our colleagues specializing Well I want to make sure. We plugged the heck out of the zoo. This has been an absolutely amazing day. I can't wait to record record the rest and please make sure to go to Fort Worth Zoo dot Org and thank you Anne on Ward and Adam report for joining us today. Thank you so you're doing a wonderful up co hosting and thank you listeners. For being such wonderful curious. Yes people will dock with the next week next podcast. Sarah Gabriel in Buffalo in New York and talking about TV certainly be watching. This stuff is TV. Dangerous are all addicted to wooded ruining our lives is a bettering our lives really interesting Takes especially for those of you that are are like me and and enjoy some TV from time to time and and maybe beat yourself up about it a little too much you might. You might hear some Some relieving and studies so maybe you don't have to front as much really cool interesting takes cool conversation nation. superfund guest make sure and check that out again. Go to Shane. Mosley dot com for all sorts of tour dates coming up and you can always go to join my email put in your zip code and we'll know when we're in your area we can send you an email so so you don't need to keep checking back as often. He can check me out on patriotic. I haven't put much stuff up on there awhile but if you're just looking to contribute to what I'm doing I've been adding a whole bunch more wondering what what the Patriots goes to supporting. I just recently hired a Social media consultant and Someone who's going and helping fill some of the shows better increase my online presence and that sort of thing. I've been reluctantly only getting back into the social media stuff I I took kind of a couple years off from posting things and and now trying to get back into the instagram damn back into into for the first time and all that so you can check out my instagram Shane Moss comedy. And if you're you're into audio books Libro Dot F. M. is a great way of supporting your indie bookstore all of the audio audio books for the same price any other company. But they get downloaded through your local independent bookstore and the prophets. GET SPLIT with them. audiobooks books are fantastic. You're basically The majority of the Reading that I do these days because I spent so much time in in a car which I which I absolutely love just like a nice couple hour drive listening to an audio book and making some voice notes it helps me. 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"fort worth zoo" Discussed on Here We Are

Here We Are

06:55 min | 2 years ago

"fort worth zoo" Discussed on Here We Are

"Into the intermittent fat at fasting is that is that a fad. Add going around this. It's taken off in human culture and the ideas you know actually evolved oft often. We weren't eating every day so your body was actually used to sometimes going with that. was there anything in so. That's like a counter intuitive. Whether whether or not it is good for us But the point I'm trying to make. Is there anything that's happened along the way that was just very surprising to you. Some counterintuitive thing that you would never thought that ended up being really good for some species issues. I'm not sure about that but when you talk about the intermittent fasting I mean certainly a lot of our big carnivores would eat large prey and the knotty for several days. The so sometimes you'll get well. Let's give them a fast day and it's like well that's not really letting them do what they would naturally do so definitely. We have another zoos have to well we haven't working in that direction is offering more of these large carcasses and so then that would replace days. They would go several days without eating if that's what we're going to feed so let's trying to get back to more of their natural ecology But it's not always easy to get a source of these carcasses and maybe there are other biases with how animals should look like dumbo Oh should be fats. End Chunky Fund is is that true or sometimes they actually in the wild are kind of slender and look different way seasonally. It can change so if you saw a picture of a free ranging lactating elephant in mind almost like a skeleton but I mean that's kind of what happens to them so we don't go that far here here but definitely there is a preconception with a lot of the public that the animals looking rounders more natural when that really isn't the case so that's definitely a challenge And we talked a little bit of a body condition scoring and again. That's like he can apply to cross every single animal because they have different body structures so like our Jaguars are are stockier cat than say the Tigers. So when you're scoring them you have to keep in mind their body shape and not just go. Well this is how tire she looks. This Jaguar why are you know is too skinny or something like that. You actually have to know know your animals you be end up developing an individual scale for each species if that takes time so we do a lot of those don't exist but they make great projects for interns in Things so it. But we all of our fellow nutritionist. We all help each other out. We have a website where we can share these resources of. Hey I developed a scale over this scale for them we can trade and there's a lot of We we we definitely rely on colleagues like ants mentioned earlier. One of us has an expert in everything so some of US depending where background background was from like we have one of Tricia sets. Her background was in Avian Science. I may turn to her with like. Hey there's this different poultry. There's different bird food. Can you help me. You know. We'll figure out what the energy content of this would be. If it's not easy for me to figure out so we can turn to each other for different things that we know our colleagues specializing Well I want to make sure. We plugged the heck out of the zoo. This has been an absolutely amazing day. I can't wait to record record the rest and please make sure to go to Fort Worth Zoo dot Org and thank you Anne on Ward and Adam report for joining us today. Thank you so you're doing a wonderful up co hosting and thank you listeners. For being such wonderful curious. Yes people will dock with the next week next podcast. Sarah Gabriel in Buffalo in New York and talking about TV certainly be watching. This stuff is TV. 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"fort worth zoo" Discussed on Here We Are

"Clever buddy and welcome to the here. We are podcast. I'm having a fantastic tastic day today. Me and my special guest co host for the day anthropologist. Sophia Rockland we we just had a what did we did say. Saturated with information we spent the day at Fort Worth Zoo. And we've had an amazing behind the scenes look at the ecology of the zoo staff and nutritionists and every day I just I. It's been the most amazing day of my life boring creatures. It's been amazing Has Been a wonderful day And we are so excited guys. We're you're going to have We're going to have a bunch of fun episodes coming up for you. And this is the very first episode at the Fort Worth Zoo named named listed Regularly listed in the top five zoos in the US. And today we are interviewing Adam. Ruppert who has staff staff nutritionist. Here in an ward who is the director of nutrition. Thank you an- and Adam for joining us. So we just I got a whole tour And it it just pretend none of that just happened. The listeners weren't there and it all of it was so fascinating so few and I were both a wildly writing down notes. We have so much to talk about but before we get into our questions. And why don't you guys get just a little bit of a overview a little introduction into what it's like dumb being nutritionist at the zoo what that job entails goals and Yeah I have to say for me I. It's like I'm still in Grad school so I'm still learning stuff every day. 'cause there's so much that we don't know So I find it very a challenging and exciting I mean every day is different The animals are changing every day. I mean it's hard to believe some people say well. Why do you have more than one diet? Well well we had one thousand eight hundred forty seven diet changes this year people how people say. Why do you have more than one? Like you make a diet for an animal and then it has the same diet. What are you guys really do? When they don't understand I thought there's people out there that thought all animals just just like there's just one bag that says zoo and that's what you feed them but that that is actually very interesting? Why UAE are these diets in say a given species changing so frequently animals are growing reproducing lactating acting Animals are shifting exhibits shifting a different zoos and then it's our responsibility to keep up on the scientists coming out so as more information comes out on and how we can better feed these animals. You know then it's our job to apply it so but we just got the tour in the first thing that we saw was a big A huge kitchen kitchen. I never worked in a restaurant or anything but as a big industrial kitchen and does it work the same way that a a restaurant would is there. Are you like the master chef and then are there like line. Shafts and someone's job is just a slice the carrots and Assan and and And someone in you kind of oversee the the main recipe how. How was the dynamic? How does all that work so the staff we have Berbon preparing the diets? Each day They there's not sort of a top down hierarchy. There would be like an killer someone's barking orders all day but each our staff F- Have rotating schedule so they get to. I don't know there's ten to twenty different tasks that they would rotate through throughout the week take And so they would have a number of tasks each day that make up a full day's worth of work they're mostly working independently so that they'll be different stations depending what your task is So once they're fully trained. They're they're all sort of You know Different cogs in the wheel that that all come together to make all the diets finished the end of the day so they they're working side by side but at some of the diets are the sets will overlap with each other so they'll each other out But mostly they're designed to be an attendant hat independent task mostly so that they can work And and we can kind of move things around if we need to so. It's not wholly dependent on people but they the we and I are designed the diets the top so that there is there is some structure in terms. Of how how they get to where they what they're doing we designed the diets Formulate them based on the needs of the animal and then then we To implement those diets we have a label system which is a very fancy excel program that we put things into and it spits things out based on Um The animals What it is? It's name it's delivery location. The day of the week the amount of the food item. We weigh everything out by weight so that executives can be and then those keepers keepers we call them keepers or staff. They'll print those labels out every day and then they have a set of labels per task and they will just proceed with implementing filling those diets. And how many animals are you feeding again. I think we're feeling collection of over six thousand animals And the individual packages that are coming out of the building is over eight hundred and so some of those eight hundred little pieces come together to make one diet so it's not like we're making eight hundred diets every day. But they're doing eight hundred things have to come together And they're extremely efficient down there so they have their categories of somebody's doing all the diets. Somebody's doing all the fish diets. Somebody's he's doing all the dry diets and then they come together and even within that the manager down there has stuff organized so if some diets are chopped and sometimes our whole food you know. Saint person has all the chop diets. The same person's all the whole food. So you know you're not stopping and having to chop everytime make diet so it's really kind of pretty tight process down there that has to be very efficient fishing to make that number of items. How much does it cost to feed seven thousand critters in a zoo the funds for food alone in our budget? It is a little over nine hundred eighty thousand dollars so almost a million dollars nine dollars. That's that's not including the the staffer that's correct just to the food. That's just if it. Wow and now I'm curious. What are you guys? Don't have Koala bears anymore and not anymore because there was a there a big pain in the butt to feed that one because I did I did a Sydney Zoo tour in. I'm I doubt I'm recalling this correctly. But it was something like they're they're saying there's like some twenty thousand species of eucalyptus they can only this but there's only like twenty eh twenty species of the Eucalyptus that the Koala bears will eat because there's such finicky eaters and they just WanNa eat the tender top leaves a whole branch so no Koala bears at that makes your job easier anyway but what is what's the finicky. The thing that you got here was the biggest pain in the butt to feed. Oh Jeez I kind of change. They all kind of take turns Depends ends on their status to so if we have a sick animal they can be picky. Wow we had a goose a Hawaiian goose. This one was more cases last year. came into quarantine from a number. What do came from somebody who was in like a large aviary handrails so with all like oh it's goose no big deal and that bird was and instill is many times the air? It's so far. Seems to be a seasonal thing. We can't figure out but it it is the pickiest We know how different produce items ended up going for. Bugs is a lot but then the bugs became boring. And then it was grapes and blueberries and.

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07:59 min | 2 years ago

"fort worth zoo" Discussed on Here We Are

"Clever buddy and welcome to the here. We are podcast. I'm having a fantastic tastic day today. Me and my special guest co host for the day anthropologist. Sophia Rockland we we just had a what did we did say. Saturated with information we spent the day at Fort Worth Zoo. And we've had an amazing behind the scenes look at the ecology of the zoo staff and nutritionists and every day I just I. It's been the most amazing day of my life boring creatures. It's been amazing Has Been a wonderful day And we are so excited guys. We're you're going to have We're going to have a bunch of fun episodes coming up for you. And this is the very first episode at the Fort Worth Zoo named named listed Regularly listed in the top five zoos in the US. And today we are interviewing Adam. Ruppert who has staff staff nutritionist. Here in an ward who is the director of nutrition. Thank you an- and Adam for joining us. So we just I got a whole tour And it it just pretend none of that just happened. The listeners weren't there and it all of it was so fascinating so few and I were both a wildly writing down notes. We have so much to talk about but before we get into our questions. And why don't you guys get just a little bit of a overview a little introduction into what it's like dumb being nutritionist at the zoo what that job entails goals and Yeah I have to say for me I. It's like I'm still in Grad school so I'm still learning stuff every day. 'cause there's so much that we don't know So I find it very a challenging and exciting I mean every day is different The animals are changing every day. I mean it's hard to believe some people say well. Why do you have more than one diet? Well well we had one thousand eight hundred forty seven diet changes this year people how people say. Why do you have more than one? Like you make a diet for an animal and then it has the same diet. What are you guys really do? When they don't understand I thought there's people out there that thought all animals just just like there's just one bag that says zoo and that's what you feed them but that that is actually very interesting? Why UAE are these diets in say a given species changing so frequently animals are growing reproducing lactating acting Animals are shifting exhibits shifting a different zoos and then it's our responsibility to keep up on the scientists coming out so as more information comes out on and how we can better feed these animals. You know then it's our job to apply it so but we just got the tour in the first thing that we saw was a big A huge kitchen kitchen. I never worked in a restaurant or anything but as a big industrial kitchen and does it work the same way that a a restaurant would is there. Are you like the master chef and then are there like line. Shafts and someone's job is just a slice the carrots and Assan and and And someone in you kind of oversee the the main recipe how. How was the dynamic? How does all that work so the staff we have Berbon preparing the diets? Each day They there's not sort of a top down hierarchy. There would be like an killer someone's barking orders all day but each our staff F- Have rotating schedule so they get to. I don't know there's ten to twenty different tasks that they would rotate through throughout the week take And so they would have a number of tasks each day that make up a full day's worth of work they're mostly working independently so that they'll be different stations depending what your task is So once they're fully trained. They're they're all sort of You know Different cogs in the wheel that that all come together to make all the diets finished the end of the day so they they're working side by side but at some of the diets are the sets will overlap with each other so they'll each other out But mostly they're designed to be an attendant hat independent task mostly so that they can work And and we can kind of move things around if we need to so. It's not wholly dependent on people but they the we and I are designed the diets the top so that there is there is some structure in terms. Of how how they get to where they what they're doing we designed the diets Formulate them based on the needs of the animal and then then we To implement those diets we have a label system which is a very fancy excel program that we put things into and it spits things out based on Um The animals What it is? It's name it's delivery location. The day of the week the amount of the food item. We weigh everything out by weight so that executives can be and then those keepers keepers we call them keepers or staff. They'll print those labels out every day and then they have a set of labels per task and they will just proceed with implementing filling those diets. And how many animals are you feeding again. I think we're feeling collection of over six thousand animals And the individual packages that are coming out of the building is over eight hundred and so some of those eight hundred little pieces come together to make one diet so it's not like we're making eight hundred diets every day. But they're doing eight hundred things have to come together And they're extremely efficient down there so they have their categories of somebody's doing all the diets. Somebody's doing all the fish diets. Somebody's he's doing all the dry diets and then they come together and even within that the manager down there has stuff organized so if some diets are chopped and sometimes our whole food you know. Saint person has all the chop diets. The same person's all the whole food. So you know you're not stopping and having to chop everytime make diet so it's really kind of pretty tight process down there that has to be very efficient fishing to make that number of items. How much does it cost to feed seven thousand critters in a zoo the funds for food alone in our budget? It is a little over nine hundred eighty thousand dollars so almost a million dollars nine dollars. That's that's not including the the staffer that's correct just to the food. That's just if it. Wow and now I'm curious. What are you guys? Don't have Koala bears anymore and not anymore because there was a there a big pain in the butt to feed that one because I did I did a Sydney Zoo tour in. I'm I doubt I'm recalling this correctly. But it was something like they're they're saying there's like some twenty thousand species of eucalyptus they can only this but there's only like twenty eh twenty species of the Eucalyptus that the Koala bears will eat because there's such finicky eaters and they just WanNa eat the tender top leaves a whole branch so no Koala bears at that makes your job easier anyway but what is what's the finicky. The thing that you got here was the biggest pain in the butt to feed. Oh Jeez I kind of change. They all kind of take turns Depends ends on their status to so if we have a sick animal they can be picky. Wow we had a goose a Hawaiian goose. This one was more cases last year. came into quarantine from a number. What do came from somebody who was in like a large aviary handrails so with all like oh it's goose no big deal and that bird was and instill is many times the air? It's so far. Seems to be a seasonal thing. We can't figure out but it it is the pickiest We know how different produce items ended up going for. Bugs is a lot but then the bugs became boring. And then it was grapes and blueberries and.

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09:34 min | 2 years ago

"fort worth zoo" Discussed on Here We Are

"Get to talk to some of the the best in some of my favorite artists. We have some amazing guests coming up Dane Cook and we have lasy Lonzo. Coming up. Stephen Dorf did that Christina. Rod Hello from whiskey sixty eight late George from animal kingdom we have a whole roster of people coming up for you to listen to Peruse and hopefully we get you the regular person coming on board all the time the Cliff Dorfman Show Ladies and gentlemen. Hello everybody we have the first of four episodes at the Fort Worth Zoo. I'm going to space them out. Probably put them out every other week. Bend a little bit Sporadic with some of my releases lately just because of the holidays and I have been trying to finish a deadline deadline. I'm contributing to a book that will be telling you all about in coming episodes and doing a lot of different collaborations and this year. One of which Sophia Rocklin has agreed to join for more head talks dates. So we can do more of those shows doing a bunch of shows in February About two weeks worth kind of around the Bible Belt and then it doing Stuff through the Midwest heading From Minnesota over to the west coast in May A. and still doing stand up science All of the time much more regularly head taxes kind of limited cities. He's doing it trying to book more and do it as much as possible but Sophie as The the best guest for it and it's been I'm going really well with having a book signing with her as well and then also getting other people in various areas to collaborate so I have her co hosting listing a couple episodes. And I'm digging it so far. I'm also going to try experimenting with one doing this. A little bit more having having comic Hammock. Friends and other people Sometimes Co host some shows I think Three or four heads in the room is sometimes a Nice Change Jeff Pace and takes a lot of pressure off me in and makes it fun Also trying to Sometimes Book Multiple Multiple Guests on an episode for those same reasons and Doing the gas for five years now been looking to mix it up a a little bit so I hope you enjoy it I will Keep on experimenting. I've been adding more people to the team. Recently late to to collaborate more with universities and other groups and so yeah exciting times And speaking of collaborations I am still working with the great courses plus organization. If you haven't checked out it's it's the main part of how I educate myself Recently and come up with all sorts of fun interesting things to talk about on other people's podcasts. I guys I was just on Dunkin truffles. Amazing podcast One of my favorite podcast be a guest on and I had a lot of people writing me because because I mentioned a course that I had taken and in in the course of making a few points about some of the subject matter career talking about you're talking about personality differences and I mentioned That I had taken course personality from the great courses plus and I had a lot of people writing since then wondering what that course was so. Maybe if you're new to the podcast or you haven't heard me talking about this one in particular before four. It's one of my favorite courses that I've ever taken. I've taken a lot of online courses. It's it's human personality. Why you are who you are investigations investigations into human personality? And so yeah I. I am really enjoyed that course and I'm just starting a brand nuke course if you're looking for suggestions or maybe you already checked that one out. redefining reality the intellectual implications nations of modern science. And it's really interesting. Look at things like free. Will and technology allergy and exploring whether our actions are really result of of personal choice when we have things computers and big data that can now predict what people will do in many situations. So if you start today you'll be starting Kinda right along with me. I think it's going to be a really cool courses. I don't wait go to the great courses plus dot com slash. Here we are today and you'll get Offer for for the listeners to an all access free trial to the entire library again go to the great courses plus dot com slash slash. Here we are today and you can always go to the here. WE ARE PODCAST DOT COM website to get more information on people title that I've partnered with Including Michael Meditations which I'll be doing another retreat. October second through ninth. Now that I'm doing the head talks. Thanks to her and have a good opportunity to promote Gone to Jamaica for more retreats. So doing that as a fun offering for the people so those of you that missed out this time. There's still one more chance this year to do that and as well as there's a I just really like encourage you guys to check out the list of cities that I have coming up this year. Yeah I'm booked out. I'm still working on putting together a lot of March dates but I have most of the half at least through June kind of mapped out. And so so you can check that out. I'm about to as we're talking. Make my way to Florida GonNa be spending little time in Jamaica and then after that back in Florida doing standup science Sarasota Tampa Coral Gables Florida before starting head talks up again in Savannah Charleston Asheville L. Char Charlotte and. Then there's some places like Ashville in Nashville that I'm doing both head talks and stand up science. I'M GONNA I'm trying to put together New version of standup science called mating season which is just amazing version of stand up science and trying to debut that in Nashville Nashville on Valentine's Day of this year and I thought it might be a nice way of kind of differentiating? Some of the things things that I do and and getting more people thought it'd be a fun date night show and maybe get get some people in. That don't necessarily know that they would be into do the kind of subject matter that we talk about on this podcast and having dating and mating behavior kind of being a fun gateway into into the world of science so like I said doing a lot of New projects inexperienced experimentation this year. That I'm really excited about but Anyway Charlotte Athens Atlanta Chattanooga Fayetteville Arkansas also coming up for February our one more date being added really soon In she could see I have so much to keep track of that. I can't even keep it all straight at Fort. Smith breath being added soon and doing Oklahoma City again going through Austin with both the return of head talks and stand up. Science there Both had talks and stand up science which I did an Austin recently both sold out at the spider room. I'm one of my favorite new venues in the country super cool vibe and then heading making my way west to California hadn't through to Glendale Arizona may be finding some other stuff on the way than a big California tour and then starting up in May starting in the mid mid West And heading west and there's a lot more dates as well as we. We put We put in some cities that that have yet to be Completely confirmed but we we are in talks with just so you guys can get a better sense of how some of the routing is going to be and even even looking into booking August so Around California so it's GonNa be a busy year. Things have been going well and I hope all of you guys are having a great start your year and talk with you on the back end of this first zoo episode. Where are we here? Why are we here not entirely? It actually.

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"fort worth zoo" Discussed on Here We Are

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09:34 min | 2 years ago

"fort worth zoo" Discussed on Here We Are

"Get to talk to some of the the best in some of my favorite artists. We have some amazing guests coming up Dane Cook and we have lasy Lonzo. Coming up. Stephen Dorf did that Christina. Rod Hello from whiskey sixty eight late George from animal kingdom we have a whole roster of people coming up for you to listen to Peruse and hopefully we get you the regular person coming on board all the time the Cliff Dorfman Show Ladies and gentlemen. Hello everybody we have the first of four episodes at the Fort Worth Zoo. I'm going to space them out. Probably put them out every other week. Bend a little bit Sporadic with some of my releases lately just because of the holidays and I have been trying to finish a deadline deadline. I'm contributing to a book that will be telling you all about in coming episodes and doing a lot of different collaborations and this year. One of which Sophia Rocklin has agreed to join for more head talks dates. So we can do more of those shows doing a bunch of shows in February About two weeks worth kind of around the Bible Belt and then it doing Stuff through the Midwest heading From Minnesota over to the west coast in May A. and still doing stand up science All of the time much more regularly head taxes kind of limited cities. He's doing it trying to book more and do it as much as possible but Sophie as The the best guest for it and it's been I'm going really well with having a book signing with her as well and then also getting other people in various areas to collaborate so I have her co hosting listing a couple episodes. And I'm digging it so far. I'm also going to try experimenting with one doing this. A little bit more having having comic Hammock. Friends and other people Sometimes Co host some shows I think Three or four heads in the room is sometimes a Nice Change Jeff Pace and takes a lot of pressure off me in and makes it fun Also trying to Sometimes Book Multiple Multiple Guests on an episode for those same reasons and Doing the gas for five years now been looking to mix it up a a little bit so I hope you enjoy it I will Keep on experimenting. I've been adding more people to the team. Recently late to to collaborate more with universities and other groups and so yeah exciting times And speaking of collaborations I am still working with the great courses plus organization. If you haven't checked out it's it's the main part of how I educate myself Recently and come up with all sorts of fun interesting things to talk about on other people's podcasts. I guys I was just on Dunkin truffles. Amazing podcast One of my favorite podcast be a guest on and I had a lot of people writing me because because I mentioned a course that I had taken and in in the course of making a few points about some of the subject matter career talking about you're talking about personality differences and I mentioned That I had taken course personality from the great courses plus and I had a lot of people writing since then wondering what that course was so. Maybe if you're new to the podcast or you haven't heard me talking about this one in particular before four. It's one of my favorite courses that I've ever taken. I've taken a lot of online courses. It's it's human personality. Why you are who you are investigations investigations into human personality? And so yeah I. I am really enjoyed that course and I'm just starting a brand nuke course if you're looking for suggestions or maybe you already checked that one out. redefining reality the intellectual implications nations of modern science. And it's really interesting. Look at things like free. Will and technology allergy and exploring whether our actions are really result of of personal choice when we have things computers and big data that can now predict what people will do in many situations. So if you start today you'll be starting Kinda right along with me. I think it's going to be a really cool courses. I don't wait go to the great courses plus dot com slash. Here we are today and you'll get Offer for for the listeners to an all access free trial to the entire library again go to the great courses plus dot com slash slash. Here we are today and you can always go to the here. WE ARE PODCAST DOT COM website to get more information on people title that I've partnered with Including Michael Meditations which I'll be doing another retreat. October second through ninth. Now that I'm doing the head talks. Thanks to her and have a good opportunity to promote Gone to Jamaica for more retreats. So doing that as a fun offering for the people so those of you that missed out this time. There's still one more chance this year to do that and as well as there's a I just really like encourage you guys to check out the list of cities that I have coming up this year. Yeah I'm booked out. I'm still working on putting together a lot of March dates but I have most of the half at least through June kind of mapped out. And so so you can check that out. I'm about to as we're talking. Make my way to Florida GonNa be spending little time in Jamaica and then after that back in Florida doing standup science Sarasota Tampa Coral Gables Florida before starting head talks up again in Savannah Charleston Asheville L. Char Charlotte and. Then there's some places like Ashville in Nashville that I'm doing both head talks and stand up science. I'M GONNA I'm trying to put together New version of standup science called mating season which is just amazing version of stand up science and trying to debut that in Nashville Nashville on Valentine's Day of this year and I thought it might be a nice way of kind of differentiating? Some of the things things that I do and and getting more people thought it'd be a fun date night show and maybe get get some people in. That don't necessarily know that they would be into do the kind of subject matter that we talk about on this podcast and having dating and mating behavior kind of being a fun gateway into into the world of science so like I said doing a lot of New projects inexperienced experimentation this year. That I'm really excited about but Anyway Charlotte Athens Atlanta Chattanooga Fayetteville Arkansas also coming up for February our one more date being added really soon In she could see I have so much to keep track of that. I can't even keep it all straight at Fort. Smith breath being added soon and doing Oklahoma City again going through Austin with both the return of head talks and stand up. Science there Both had talks and stand up science which I did an Austin recently both sold out at the spider room. I'm one of my favorite new venues in the country super cool vibe and then heading making my way west to California hadn't through to Glendale Arizona may be finding some other stuff on the way than a big California tour and then starting up in May starting in the mid mid West And heading west and there's a lot more dates as well as we. We put We put in some cities that that have yet to be Completely confirmed but we we are in talks with just so you guys can get a better sense of how some of the routing is going to be and even even looking into booking August so Around California so it's GonNa be a busy year. Things have been going well and I hope all of you guys are having a great start your year and talk with you on the back end of this first zoo episode. Where are we here? Why are we here not entirely? It actually.

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04:34 min | 2 years ago

"fort worth zoo" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Time is eight oh six a man has been arrested after leading police on a multi city police chase down. I thirty this morning. The chase began and Weatherford when the man stole a car. He then took that car roughly forty miles east crossing through Fort Worth and stopping in Arlington around fielder road. The man jumped out of the car after his tires respect and tried running across the freeway and into a wooded area. But police did catch up with. Them. He was taken to the hospital. No word on his condition in Arlington. Scott said way, KLIF news. We're sitting manager is approved twenty two recommendations from the race and culture task force to try to fix race relations in that city recommendations include a nine member citizens review board and a police monitor what the strong law enforcement background to oversee trends and police investigations assistant city manager for Nando Costa's says this is to increase the public's trust in the police department. Trust had been damaged by some police incidents over the years, and we're working now to restore that trust. There are view board will go into effect early twenty twenty cabin Zaire KLIF news. The city of Fort Worth is planning some safety and mobility improvements for an area near the Fort Worth zoo. But they want to hear from you first facials planning meeting on Wednesday March twentieth at the Fort Worth zoo education, building, it will take place at six pm police in Carrollton using the recent arrest of a middle schooler. Discourage all North Texas kids from making threats on social media. Young people can affect your lives right away and for the long term. So it's not a joke. It's never a joke. Don't make threats on social media departments. Joe devito says a post made this week that threatened a school shooting was a hoax, but the student was charged with a felony Carrollton. Police department made a social media post of their own following the arrest featuring a video that explains the dangers of online hoax is an eighteen year old Arlington man who ditched his aggravated robbery trial and was arrested days later will now spend forty five years in prison. Police say Brian Ariaca was meeting someone to buy video game console through an app in November of two thousand seventeen. But instead rob the seller and shot him twice during jury selection of his trial back in February is cut his ankle monitor off during a break and left the courtroom Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports he was arrested four days later. He went to trial on Monday was convicted on Tuesday. Nearly three years after a hit and run death of a Baylor sophomore student anonymous letter has led to an arrest Waco police said Tuesday, fifty rolled Tammy Blankenship Harlan was taken into custody for the two thousand sixteen death of David grat Berg who was nineteen at the time. The Waco Tribune herald reports that Berg died after a vehicle struck in. Molly was riding his bike lycee anonymous tipster claimed Harlan had been drinking and speeding when she allegedly hit. The teen also found evidence that she filed an insurance claim for damage to her vehicle shortly after the accident and former Dallas police officer who was fired two years ago for inappropriate use of force and turning off. A police camera says it took the department until this week to ask for his gear back just foreigner tells WFAN TV since he was fired no one ever asked him to return, his uniform gun vest, taser and several other police items he called it a threat to society that no one ever collected. The gear department told the station it needed more time before responding to any questions, a catastrophe situation left hand doesn't know. Right. Hand's doing. He called it a threat to society that no one ever collected. The gear department told the station as I said it needed more time before responding to any questions and north Richland hills. Police sergeant planning to walk over one hundred and forty miles to honor officers who died in the line of duty sergeant Brent right is training for his walk of reflection. Taking him from the Metroplex to the peace officers memorial and Austin his journey begins April twenty eight I'm excited. I'm nervous. You know, it I know that I'm gonna be able to push through its what kind of toll. It's gonna take a body the after effects that I'll be okay, I'd I've been training hard for right is also raising money for charities concerns of police survivors and alliance for kids Tarrant county likes donate or find out more. You can visit KLIF dot com. Coming up on K L I F. Well, Mark Zuckerberg laying out a new Facebook a little different than his current business model, and we'll check in with Jim Roope on that. Also a latest on the big announcement from. Alex trebek's that he has cancer. It is eight ten message and data rates may apply. When did it become ok.

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"fort worth zoo" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"fort worth zoo" Discussed on KTOK

"And afternoons major delays. Eastbound I forty west of I forty four rapid up north and southbound I forty four twenty third row king Tuttle traveling right mild tonight, a low in the low forty s we're going to start off around fifty as a high tomorrow. And then those temperatures are going to drop in a high only in the low thirties on Wednesday by a vote of eleven to four the Senate, health and human services committee this afternoon approved Senate, president pro tem Greg treats Bill to ban abortions in Oklahoma. If the US supreme court overturns Roe v. Wade or the law is amended. That's the so-called trigger Bill and now goes to the full Senate. Treat says there are several lawsuits challenging Roe v. Wade and other federal cases legalizing abortion currently in the federal court system. The verdict is guilty for a ceremony accused of trying to detonate a truck bomb outside in Oklahoma City, Bank, Twenty-four-year-old, Jerry L has been convicted in Oklahoma City federal court of attempted use of an explosive device and attempted use of a weapon of mass destruction. The FBI got wind. Of what he was planning was able to thwart his attack defense attorneys say that he was entrapped. His parents though, say that he suffered a mental illness and famous fiddle player. Byron Berlin says he does plan to reopen. Eventually his music store that was destroyed Saturday in that huge fire in downtown Guthrie. He was on vacation in Mexico at the time of the fire. He says all his musical instruments or recordings and memorabilia were destroyed. There was also a flower shop destroyed in that fire. The cause of that fire is still under investigation and argument leads to a fatal shooting in southwest. Oklahoma City police say forty four year olds Shane Bond. It's gone into an argument yesterday was sixty eight year old Gerald, Glenn and bonnets was shot and killed this all happened in the thirty five hundred block of south. Western Glenn was booked into jail on a weapons charge and two Indian rhinos have arrived at the Oklahoma City zoo there from the Fort Worth zoo, which is about to undergo an extensive renovation project. The two. Rhinos are elderly for rhinos their ages twenty nine and thirty two and are now living in the Oklahoma City zoo's sanctuary Asia.

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"fort worth zoo" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"fort worth zoo" Discussed on KTOK

"Thousand eighty okay? K x x y FM ninety six point one HD two. Oh, all is dating. L fatal shooting and southwest. Oklahoma city. I'm Beth Myers. Newsradio one thousand KT. Okay. Newscenter. Two men got into a heated argument last night in the thirty five hundred block of south. Western one was shot dead and today, Oklahoma City police identified that victim he was forty four year old Shane bonnets. Sixty eight year old Gerald Gwen was interviewed and then arrested on a weapons charge. The Oklahoma county DA's office will determine if any other charges will be filed the federal trial of a ceremony accused of trying to blow up in Oklahoma City Bank. With a truck bomb continues in Oklahoma City federal court. Prosecutors have rested their case and now attorneys for twenty four year old Jerry VAR. Now, we'll have their chance to convince a jury that Burnell is not guilty of attempted use of a weapon of mass destruction. His family says Burnell suffers a mental illness has attorney has claimed that he was entrapped and the city of jank's in morning after the weekend death of a police officer. According to a social media post sergeant Brian. Ryan crane died of a heart attack on Saturday famous fiddle player. Byron Berlin says he does plan to reopen his famous music shop that was destroyed Saturday and that large buyer in downtown Guthrie, he was on vacation in Mexico at the time of the fire. He says all of his musical instruments recordings and memorabilia were destroyed a flower shop also burned in the fire. The cause of that fire is under investigation lawmakers talking about another gun Bill today as we hear from K T okays Calvin right after the organizers of a pro-gun rally, which was held in Tulsa last year wanted clarification on who can carry a concealed firearm, and where a Bill moving through the state house is seeking to clear the confusion. This is language that was requested by Oklahoma City and agreed on that was requested by an agreed on that also agreed on by the NRA and okay to correct. That's correct. That's representatives. John Eccles, and Gary mice speaking committee meeting earlier today, the Bill allowing people to carry concealed firearms in any municipal zoo or park that is owned leased operated or managed by public trust or nonprofit entity Bill Moos onto the house floor before lawmakers could require that insurance companies cover particular health situation under a Bill authored by state Senator Marty Quinn of Claire more. They would I have to be advised. The additional cost of that coverage and the benefits were constantly getting asking and even to some degree pressured to mandate. Certain coverage is one of the most recent ones would be the in vitro fertilization. There's been many others have been highly publicized in the past. It's Bill passed out of the Senate retirement and insurance committee this morning, and now goes to the full Senate for consideration. Since it started accepting apple. Locations last August, the Oklahoma medical marijuana. Authorities said today that it has received nearly seventy thousand license applications. It's approved about fifty eight thousand including fifty four thousand two hundred patient licenses the rest surfer dispensaries, growers processors and caregivers and to new arrivals at the Oklahoma City zoo there to Indian rhinos and they're from the Fort Worth zoo as that facility prepares for an extensive renovation.

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