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New York's 1st legal marijuana crop sprouts under the sun

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 3 d ago

New York's 1st legal marijuana crop sprouts under the sun

"New York's first legal marijuana crop is sprouting under the sun New York gave 203 hemp growers first shot at cultivating marijuana destined for legal sales Big indoor growers are expected to join later Frank populism is at homestead farms and ranch near Albany We have about a half an acre here And year one will be the max for me And we'll see how it goes Consultants like rich Morris monitor the plants Under three months and these will be ready So it'll be midsummer Makes the drying a lot easier We don't have to worry about high humidity Pampas says he knows there will be demand for legal marijuana He invested in security We got motion detectors We got Lighting that will go off There's alarms Cannabis grown outdoors can often have lower THC than plants grown indoors under lights I'm Ed

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The White House PR Spin to Save the Dems

The Trish Regan Show

01:40 min | Last week

The White House PR Spin to Save the Dems

"Anyway, you can see that there's sort of this whole PR spin that's making the rounds because you have The White House spokesperson on that show on ABC, the view if you can ever stand to watch it. I actually can't. I really like physically just can't. But now they're talking about inflation, which is kind of interesting. It's just kind of funny to hear how they're talking about inflation. Once again, trying to make sure that none of this gets pinned on the Democrats, which I'm sorry guys, you're in office, it's your problem. Here is The White House spokesperson talking to joy behar on the view. False. How do you make the case to voters that his economic policies are working? That it's not his fault that inflation is a worldwide problem that the gas prices are not Joe Biden's fault. How do you do that? Well, you just said it joy, which is what we're seeing with gas prices, what we're seeing with inflation, even the cost of food going up. It is a global challenge. And a lot of that is connected to Russia's war. Of course. It's Russia's fault. Listen, I just want to be very, very Frank and straightforward here. We were looking at upwards of 6% long before anything happened overseas. Okay, 6% inflation on the CPI numbers long before anything happened overseas. Sure that will make it worse, obviously, all the more reason why you guys actually should have been planning, accordingly, knowing that all that energy would be taken offline and knowing that we would have more challenging environment in terms of food sources, but gosh, it was

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James Ackerman: Prison Fellowship Has Been the Highlight of My Career

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:53 sec | Last week

James Ackerman: Prison Fellowship Has Been the Highlight of My Career

"Can you just start by telling us what it must feel like to be the president and CEO of a ministry like prison fellowship that is when we've got so much so many challenges we're facing right now as a country and we see crime in the streets and raging inflation and the divisiveness we're experiencing as a people, it must be gratifying for you to be able to go to work every day and do what you do with prison fellowship. Oh, this has been leading person fellowship has been the highlight of my career to be Frank. I love doing the person I love working with the men and women in prison. And helping people to see that there's a better way. And that they can overcome the brokenness of their past and the stakes of their past. And step into new beginnings and live productive and healthy lives, which results in safer communities.

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

02:00 min | 3 weeks ago

Update on the latest sports

"AP sports on day ferry and the lightning are in the Stanley Cup final for the third straight year after beating the rangers two to one Steven stamkos scored twice including the game winner just 21 seconds after Frank Fernando tied the game for the blue shirts Nikita kucherov says he's proud of his team's finals run It means a lot not many teams have done that before and be one of them and it's huge and we were really happy with the result but we still have more important games ahead Lightning avalanche begins on Wednesday Baseball and the braves won their tenth in a row with an 8 run 7th to beat the pirates ten four Gary McKinley was there After dansby Swanson drove him three runs with a bloop single the braves again loaded the bases and this time Ozzy albie sent one over the right field wall to give Atlanta their biggest inning of the year Albie said winning has been a team effort Pitching in the defense and hitting you gotta just keep going and never give up and you know we keep our focus and our energy height to win games The Giants were three two winners in the return of Los Angeles pitcher Clayton Kershaw Other than losing which is no fun no matter what building block you want but overall you know I feel I feel good about it for the most part and be ready to go for the next one The podracing rock he split a double header Other NL winners were the Phillies cardinals nationals in Marlins The Yankees made it ten wins in 11 games by slamming the cubs 8 zero Aaron judge belted two of the yanks 6 solo homers off Matt swarmer I'm a sucker for a good rally and a nice you know double in the gap with runners and scoring the position but 6 solo shots with one single looks looks pretty nice too Other AL winners were the twins and rangers along with the angels Orioles a's tigers and Mariners Modale won the Belmont stakes ahead of nest and Skippy longstocking Trainer Todd pletcher finished one two and now has four victories in the Belmont Golf and Tony finau and Rory McIlroy are co leaders through three rounds of the Canadian open Female birdied his final hole for a 62 and an 11 under total I'm Dave ferry AP sports

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House Passes Gun Bill to Raise Assault Rifle Purchase Age to 21

Mark Levin

01:09 min | 3 weeks ago

House Passes Gun Bill to Raise Assault Rifle Purchase Age to 21

"While the house just passed a bill not to protect the Supreme Court But as the hill writes Thomas Frank the House passed a sweeping gun bill that would raise the minimum age to purchase an assault rifle That phrase is illegitimate to 21 but it faces long odds in the Senate the bill called the protecting our kids act It's an amazing the party that wants abortion right up to the last second There's the say they're protecting our kids That the party that pushes critical race theory indoctrination Transgender movement indoctrination they want to protect our kids The party that opposes muscling up schools and having armed trained police in the schools they want to protect our kids isn't that strange They are very good at lying with their propaganda What also bar the self large capacity magazines and institute new rules that dictate proper at home gun storage What are they going to do come into your home

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US Markets Head Back to Negative Territory

The Trish Regan Show

02:04 min | 3 weeks ago

US Markets Head Back to Negative Territory

"Com. All right, let's get started on this market because you know what? I told you, I didn't buy the rally that we were seeing. I think it was a very short lived bounce. We got the market back in negative territory. No surprise really, given where we are on oil. I want to highlight that. First and foremost, because you know that I have predicted a $130 a barrel on crude oil, which could translate in some parts of the country to $9 a gallon on gasoline by the height of the summer driving season. Well, we hit one 20 and change today, up 3%. And this is despite the news that OPEC announced it's going to add more than $600,000 of 600,000 barrels a day of oil. The administration was pretty psyched about that one. I explained it all in yesterday's program, but let me tell you, the oil market sure as heck doesn't care. I don't think they really buy it. Maybe they don't really believe it, maybe they know that 600,000 barrels really isn't going to be enough. Maybe they're concerned because it's actually OPEC plus, which includes Russia, so that gets a little sticky, does it not give in the sanctions? Anyway, suffice it to say, we've got higher energy prices still, which is going to lead to more and more inflation. How do you deal with this? At a time when the fed is out there aggressively trying to confront it, I'll tell you that the big problem with this from the beginning is that they didn't recognize the cancer that inflation had started to become, right? They thought it was nothing. And yet it grew and it grew and it grew and we kept hearing from people in the administration and economists Talking Heads that were touting the Biden plan, we kept hearing that this was somehow just transitory. And I've been sitting here and let me just say, I don't have Janet Yellen's pedigrees and economists. Let's be very Frank about that. I'm not too shabby, but this is a woman who is steeped in economics and served as the head of the Federal Reserve. Now our treasury secretary, she missed it. I'm sorry. I don't know how these people could have missed

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Chytil scores twice, Rangers rout Lightning 6-2 in Game 1

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

Chytil scores twice, Rangers rout Lightning 6-2 in Game 1

"The rangers struck like lightning to beat the lightning 6 to two in game one of the Eastern Conference Finals New York's criss-cross score just over a minute into the game for a one zero lead Steven stamkos tied at 6 minutes later for Tampa Bay But New York scored three times in the second period to take a four two lead Philip heidel scored twice Frank fertile had the other It's always fun play with the lead and not trying to crawl back in the games but you know they're a team that could score our goals and bunches also So we know no lead safe against them We still got to do the little things right regardless of the score Our Timmy Panera and Mika's advantage had added third period goals to give the rangers 6 goals Twice as many as the lightning allowed in the previous round versus Florida Igor shishkin stopped 37 of Tampa Bay's 39 shots Tom yare in New York

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Mark Levin's #1 Success Streak Is Thanks to You

Mark Levin

01:27 min | Last month

Mark Levin's #1 Success Streak Is Thanks to You

"Wouldn't it be amazing mister producer of the first hour of this program Was on television People would actually see how passionate I am Not just hear it in my voice Passionate With a number one prime time Sunday Night show in all of cable news Period And it's weak after week after even my rerun last week Beat most The number one book last year 2021 fiction or nonfiction If I don't tell you it nobody's going to tell you The second biggest radio show in America and this show airs For many people Frank laid a very inconvenient time But here we are In a slot the 20 years ago he couldn't sell for a penny We've taken all comers from all competition And have defeated them Over at the blaze we have Levin TV which is widely successful And no it's not because of me it's because of you

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Shareholders Blame Musk and Twitter for Decline in Company Share Price

The Trish Regan Show

01:43 min | Last month

Shareholders Blame Musk and Twitter for Decline in Company Share Price

"First I want to start on Twitter and Elon Musk and this new lawsuit, which was bound to happen. I mean, you've seen the stock price just tank ever since Elon started making all this noise. And I think shareholders may have a point here in terms of the mismanagement of this entire ordeal by the company. As for Elon, well, we'll see. I mean, he is protected under his First Amendment. He's allowed to say certain things, but when you are effectively having such an influence on the stock price, that's when it starts to get a little bit complicated as my friend Carl icahn would always say, you know, I talked to him about stocks he was in for companies, I should say that he was buying or invested in and he was extremely cautious about what could really be said. He said, get my lawyer, get my lawyer. And there's always been a lawyer there to say, okay, can I say this? Can I say this? He'd say, well, Elon never had that sort of gut check to say, hey, can I say this? And never seems to check with his lawyers. And he's very Frank in ways that get him constantly into trouble. Look, I like the guy a ton. I think he's an absolute visionary, a brilliant guy. He's exactly what Twitter can use right now, but as a shareholder, I get it, right? I understand why they're concerned. Because they've just watched the company's value literally plummet, right? In the span of however many weeks, ever since he really started meddling in this anyway, he did announce that he was going to buy it for $54 and 20 cents a share, and then he said, oh, wait a second, you know what? You got all these bots there. You get all these bots and the bots are a problem, and that's not what I signed up

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Kellyanne Conway on Her New Book 'Here's the Deal'

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:20 min | Last month

Kellyanne Conway on Her New Book 'Here's the Deal'

"Welcome back, America. Why am I playing blueberry hill for Kellyanne Conway, whose new memoir here is the deal is the bestseller everywhere in America. I hope you saw her in the view this week. I hope you are reading Kellyanne Conway's here. The deal. She's friends with Frank luntz as I am. So she knows the lunch rule that you've got to save the title of a book 7 times to make the book memorable. So I've said, here's the deal three times Kellyanne. Now I'm going to turn it over to you. I like Kellyanne one stuff. A lot more than Kellyanne two stuff, 'cause I didn't know much of Kellyanne. One stuff, but it's all there and here's the deal. Congratulations. Oh, thank you so much, Hugh. It's been a labor of love to write this memoir. Even though I'm 55, hopefully I have decades of life ahead of me. People are always asking me about the story behind the story. And I think in many ways I've had unique opportunities, crazy wild dramas and traumas, but it's really just everybody's American Dream story raised by a single mom very modestly for Italian women in the household never a political conversation I can recall, but raised to be a conservative because they were all hardworking small business owners believed in faith and family and freedom. We had military and veterans in our family union members in our family, obviously. So it's been a great journey. And you've been a part of that. We started on this radio show in 2000. My goodness, and you would have me on for a weekly segment on polling, which I think is still the grossly misunderstood. Oh, well, that was.

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

02:00 min | Last month

Update on the latest sports

"BP sports I'm Josh rowntree in the NHL one eastern semis already over while the other one was evened up Tuesday night Correspondent Mike mancuso with more from New York Andrew Cobb scored a goal and added two assists as the rangers knocked off the hurricanes four to one even the second round playoff series of two wins apiece Frank for Toronto Adam Fox and Mika's advantage at old school to give the rangers a three to nothing lead after two periods Cops 5th of the playoffs iced the game midway through the third and he spoke of the team's effort I feel like today was a good effort again from our team And I think we played a pretty good series so far And we're just trying to build off some of the momentum that we've created in these last two games You go to your search in 30 saves for the win the hurricane is over 5 on the road in the playoffs They will host game 5 on Thursday night In the western semis Edmonton grabbed a three one series lead over Calgary with a 5 three win Ryan nugent Hopkins scored a pair of goals for the oilers including the game winner with under four minutes to go Evander Kane scored his 11th and 12th goals of the postseason for Edmonton as well No sweep in the NBA's western finals Dallas able to stave off elimination with a one 19 one O 9 win over Golden State The Mavs hit 23 pointers and Luka Dončić scored 30 points grabbed 14 rebounds and dished out 9 assists to force a game 5 We got to believe you know I think our difference was way better today and I think we take the paint You know those two things are key And that's what we got to bring to San Francisco On the diamond Toronto took down St. Louis 8 to one as Jay's pitcher Kevin gausman got plenty of run support That's what we are you know That's what we normally are So you know it's been pretty quiet in there lately So you know for us to kind of get our mojo back I guess You know just have that high energy Everybody talking in the dugout It was nice to see And the NFL has expanded the Rooney rule again This time to include quarterbacks coaches in a further effort to diversify the coaching ranks The change was announced Tuesday at the owners meeting in Atlanta I'm Josh Brown tree AP

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Rangers power past Hurricanes 4-1 in Game 4 to even series

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last month

Rangers power past Hurricanes 4-1 in Game 4 to even series

"Andrew Cobb scored a goal and added two assists as the range was knocked off the hurricanes four to one even the second round playoff series of two wins apiece Frank for Toronto Adam Fox and Mika sabana Chad old school have to give the rangers a three to nothing lead after two periods Cops 5th of the playoffs iced the game midway through the third and he spoke of the team's effort I feel like today was a good effort again from our team I think we played a pretty good series so far and we're just trying to build off some of the moments that we've created in these last two games You go out your circ in 30 saves for the win the hurricanes of 5 on the road in the playoffs They will host game 5 on Thursday night Mike manky so

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'Everything You Need to Know About Abortion for Teens'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:07 min | Last month

'Everything You Need to Know About Abortion for Teens'

"This brand new book, everything you need to know about abortion fatigues. Do they want to know? Well, see, they need to know. That's the point. Because why? Planned Parenthood is preying on them in the schools in high schools. They're on college campuses. So like it or not, they need to know about abortion. So what I do in the books is I store it back and I tell them about normal corby. Sandra Cano. I even tell them about doctor Bernard nathanson, who father Frank and I knew. So I showed them how it was all built on lies. Then I introduced them. And this is what's great. In the middle of the book, they let me put in pictures of the unborn child. Like a baby book. Starting at 7 weeks. So you can't buy the lies, the clump assessment. When you see that, it's extremely. And I challenge the young people, you know what? Why don't you ask your parents for your baby picture starting from when you were in the womb? Because as you know, if you want the baby, everyone's showing the pictures. If not, it's a glob of cells. So I show them the truth, and then I tell them what happens in an abortion. Exactly. Comparing that it's not good medicine. And then I show them the voices of the women who bought the lie from silent no more, and the damage.

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Janet Morana Tells Us the Truth About 'Jane Roe'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:00 min | Last month

Janet Morana Tells Us the Truth About 'Jane Roe'

"Janet. As we were coming into the studio, you said you mentioned something that you both know a certain lady who for 49 years has been known as Janet Jane roe. Tell us who she really was and because a lot of misinformation about her attitude to abortion after the decision. So who is Jane roe? Norma mccorvey, who I could say is a personal friend of mine. I stated her home in Dallas. She stayed at my home in New York. Father Frank actually brought her into the Catholic Church. In fact, Norma mccorvey never had an abortion. What? No, never. In fact, she was taken advantage of basically. She was basically homeless. She already had two babies at a wedlock that her family, one was for adoption, her mother was raising one. And over a pizza lunch, she signed for Sarah waiting to know the dotted line. She got will help you take care of your pregnancy. She signs on the dotted line. Do you think she spent one day in court? Not one day. Never heard from Sarah really. And then the day, roe V wade's decided. Do you think your lawyer would pick up the phone and say we won Norma? You know how she found out when she opened her door that morning and picked up the Dallas morning paper. So I don't understand if she hadn't had an abortion, but she wasn't involved in the hearings. What was her utility to the industry of death? Why did they need her? Well, they were looking actually, you know, to find someone like her, not well educated and kind of desperate situation who just would be used like a puppet. And in fact, the companion case that day, the Doe of dovey Bolden, father Frank and I know her too. Both ladies are Sandra kino. Same thing. She was her case was coming up through Georgia, while enormous was coming up through Texas. And Sandra signed on the dotted line thinking, she never two children back out of foster care. It was her mother who wanted her to put this child. And when Sandra found out, she left Georgia to Oklahoma to give birth to that

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Father Frank Pavone Shares His Take on the SCOTUS Abortion Leak

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:51 min | Last month

Father Frank Pavone Shares His Take on the SCOTUS Abortion Leak

"He is the director, the national director for priests for life, father Frank bone, who's brought a special guest with him today, Janet morana. Welcome both of you institute. Thank you. Thank you very much. Yeah, you know I brought behind the scenes from the very beginning of our ministry. She has been leading the way for life, wouldn't be as successful as it is. Well, you know, I'm out there in front all the time. All right, well, we've got to discuss this brand new book that you brought with you. Everything you need to know about abortion for teens, that must be an incredible challenge to talk about that for that demographic, but first have to get your latest update your take father on where we are, the reaction to the leak. I know everybody's praying right now for the decision imminently or maybe in June. I've read I actually read the document, the league document on video on audio. If you want to know what's really in it, you need to go to my Twitter feed by rumble because it's an amazing document. And it's clear. It's bad law. It has to go back to the states. There is no history of being pro abortion in western civilization. Do you have a sense that the justices are going to hold the line father? I'm convinced that they will. When it's some matter so fundamental to the constitution as this is. I don't see them reversing course. Justice Alito in that document doesn't only reverse roe V wade. He obliterates it. And Casey too. And shows how weak the reasoning is how untethered from the constitution and from the history of America, how damaging it's been, it is a masterful job I want to urge everyone to read that document because I'm convinced that substantially going to be the argument that

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The Whitmer Kidnapping Defendant Who Was Trapped by the FBI

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:23 min | Last month

The Whitmer Kidnapping Defendant Who Was Trapped by the FBI

"The indefatigable Julie Kelly has tracked down one of the Whitmer kidnapping defendants. This is the guy who got off. He was exonerated because the jury realized that he had been entrapped by the FBI and Julie has an exclusive interview with this guy. His name is Brandon casar down. But and he's gone through a horrible two year ordeal. Involving losing his job involving incarceration. Of course, the familiar FBI raid, the kind of massive demonstration of power almost a shock and awe type of campaign. So Julie gives a little bit of background. She says that this fellow Brandon cassata was charged along with other defendants, 5 defendants, Adam Fox, Thai garden, Caleb Franks Barry Croft, and a guy named Daniel Harris. These are the people who were charged. Now, what the interview reveals is the sort of naivete of these guys and how they were targets of the FBI from the beginning. And by the beginning, I mean, before the plot was even hatched. That's what's so telling about it. So here's talking now to Julie. And he says, you know, I was kind of locked down under a COVID court. I was stuck in my apartment with most of my family out of state. I was just trying to find people to network with. So this is the COVID frustration and the anger, by the way, at the left and imposing these lockdowns, interestingly, that was a factor here in what got these guys to demonize Whitmer and think, oh yeah, it'd be kind of cool if we so these are big talkers, these are guys who buy and large have difficult lives with not a whole lot going on and they're looking for other like minded people who give them a sense of camaraderie. So what happens is this fellow brand in Casa goes online and in June, a leader of a group called the Wolverine Watchmen, a self styled kind of militia group, basically tells casar that they are inviting him to firearms training in Michigan. Firearm streams. This guy's like, yeah, in lockdown, I wanna get out of the house. Little does he know that this being organized by not a guy named quote big Dan. And guess who big Dan is? An FBI informant. He is in a sense cooking up the plot.

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Fighting the 'My Body, My Choice' Argument With Seth Gruber

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:01 min | Last month

Fighting the 'My Body, My Choice' Argument With Seth Gruber

"Let's talk environment. But people say, this is more of a women's sovereignty argument, right? Right. Which is, I'm a woman. You don't have to tell me what to do. I get to make all my own choices. And how dare you come into my uterus, my body, and I'm the most important thing in the world. Yeah. My body, my choice. So Democrats, Charlie once said that blacks were the property of plantation owners whose land they lived on, and now they say that babies are the property of their mothers whose bodies they live in. But as Frank beckwith, the philosopher says, where one is, has no bearing on who one is. Your value does not change based off of where you find yourself. We'll have people watching this conversation from all around the world. They're not less valuable because they're not in Arizona. Our value does not come from our location. But thanks to American abortion law, Charlie, you can murder a baby through all 9 months of pregnancy for any reason or no reason at all. Why? Because it's in that location because it's in the mother's body. So what happens during the 6 inch journey called birth? Well, I guess the fetus ferry floats up and sprinkles magical personhood conferring fairy dust on the child. And when that last toe leaves the vaginal canal. Oh my gosh, it's a person now, Charlie. This is ridiculous, right? But that is the conclusion of the premises of the pro choice position because you and I don't usually meet pro choicers who defend infanticide. Now, Peter singer does, and I guess every senator except Joe Manchin and the Democrat party actually does because they vetoed The Bourne abortion survivors protection act that Ben sasse sponsored right after Ralph northam said. That's right. If a baby was born alive, we'd make him comfortable, resuscitate them if that's what the mother and then we'd let them talk about what to do with the baby. That's right. And they vetoed an anti infanticide Bill dozens of times. So they actually are foreign fantasize, but most Americans who identify as pro choice are not.

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'Hollywood Heroes' Author Frank Turek Dissects 'Batman'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:28 min | Last month

'Hollywood Heroes' Author Frank Turek Dissects 'Batman'

"Why don't we take a look at Batman for a second because Batman is a mover, series of movies that I think puts forth a better than any other movie, the real condition of human beings. In other words, that human beings are depraved. Unlike other superheroes, Eric, when you look at Batman, Batman is spending all his time trying to lock up bad guys in Gotham, but he can never take a night off. Why? Because no matter how many bad guys he locks up, he's not going to turn Gotham into a utopia because human beings are depraved. They can't, if he locks up one guy, the next night there's going to be another guy. He can never take a break. He never wins. And this ultimately wears on him to wear Batman actually becomes sort of cruel himself in some of these later versions of the movies, but this really demonstrates, I think, better than any other of the series we look at. And as I say, we look at a lot of the different series of movies in here in the book Hollywood heroes. How human beings are depraved. And this is why we're not going to create a utopia. This is why the conservative viewpoint on human nature is correct that we're bent toward evil. It's easy to be bad. It's hard to be good. And the folks out there who are trying to say, oh, let's defund the police. And it's nonsense. It actually shows you this movie Batman shows you where these movies Batman show you the true nature of human

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"franks" Discussed on New Media Show

New Media Show

07:18 min | 4 months ago

"franks" Discussed on New Media Show

"Talking about mister Danny boy. Dan Franks. We're talking about Dan Franks. Yeah, baby. So what? Yeah, welcome. Welcome to the show, Dan. Yeah, it's actually funny because obviously that song originally is about baseball and baseball just got canceled at least the beginning of the season. So I guess it's that propose that we cut baseball out of the song and put something else in there. So here I am. Yeah, welcome. So I tell you what I'm going to do. I've got an annoying ratchet going on in my ear. Rob, I'll let you start talking to Dan and I'm going to go turn a pot once or twice and I'll be right back. But go ahead. All right. Well, Dan, thanks for jumping on the Skype line and joining us. We wanted to, this is like an annual thing that we do with you. When there's a podcast movement event, I know over the last couple of years it really hasn't been that many of them. So this is a rare occurrence. And I think it is a little bit of a coming out and we're coming back. However you want to say it. This particular event, I think, is going to be really the first event that's of scale that's coming back from the pandemic, and hopefully people won't have to wear masks, but that may be a possibility still, but yeah, are you excited to get back in the game with the with the evolutions event? I know it's been a few years now. Yeah, I'm super excited for all the reasons you just mentioned, obviously our bread and butter at podcast movement are the events and it's been two or three years now so it feels like since we've been able to do it like we wanted to and hopefully this is the first year back where we're able to really put our best foot forward with an event. We did have a Nashville p.m. 21 with everything going on. I think it went really well. We had over 2000 people there in person, which kind of still in the heart of things being crazy. It was good, but like you said, hopefully with some mask mandates going down and people feeling more comfortable traveling and I know I can speak for several organizations and companies in the podcast space who now have lifted their travel restrictions. So that's going to kind of flood the event with some of those folks as well. So yeah, all signs are pointing to evolutions here in three weeks from today, actually. Being a really good one. And you know, I've noticed something that has to be mentioned. You've got a beard. Okay, so the question, I can't remember if because we did do one of these shows before Nashville. And I can't remember if we had that, maybe it wasn't groomed as much. But yeah, it definitely started as a pandemic beard in 2020. And the true story is I had a daughter born right when the pandemic was starting. So she's nearly two years old now. And she's never known me without it. So at this point, I think if I were to, if I were to lose it, then she might not recognize dad anymore. Well, you don't want to lose that connection. No, exactly, exactly. And my older daughter, she's four, and I asked her, do you want me to get rid of it? And she doesn't remember me without it at this point, either. So both of them vote for me to keep it. Yeah, and I grew one too over the last couple of months. It's been something that I've been I've been trying to actually I was challenged by Todd and James cridlin to grow this beard. You got to so you got to at least see them both in person with the beard, right? James will be in Los Angeles, so we got to prove it to him that it's not just drawn on for Skype. That's right. I keep mine pretty thin, so I'm not letting it get to Shaggy like you're so of course it's a difference between 20 years of age difference too, you know? You don't have to worry about the gray hair yet. Not yet. But hey, Dan, it's glad to have you on and I know you guys are busy and I've been seeing lots of announcements. It looks to me and of course rob and I have been gone for two weeks, so we're going to have to talk about some other stuff today too, but we'll get the evolution stuff out of the way. Number one, podcast Hall of Fame announcement. 8 people inducting. Yeah, we're super excited to bring that back. It felt like the last few times I was on here. That was obviously a point of conversation is when that was going to come back and super pumped for libsyn to step up and partner with us to bring that back awesome Hall of Famers coming in. And one of our concerns obviously with things going on was were we going to be able to get 8 people there in person to accept. And save for one, they'll all be there in person and it's a really great class and we're super excited to bring that back from our side from a production standpoint. It's a fun event to put on. But then also just for honoring those in the space who deserve to be honored, being able to do that once again. Awesome. And you've scored a comedian. Is he going to be a comedian or is he going to be talking about his podcast? Yeah, so TBD. So yeah, Will Ferrell is I guess from the podcast space what he's done the most of is his own podcast, the Ron burgundy show, which is the spin off to the anchorman movie. But within iHeartRadio, he's got his own network, his own podcast network, which they've done for several other kind of celebrities. They've spun up little networks underneath the iHeart umbrella in big money players is what his is called and they've got a stable of comedy podcasts. So I believe a lot of the conversation is going to be about that and kind of the network within the network and things like that. And obviously, it'll be cool to have someone like Will Ferrell on stage as one of the keynote speakers of that first day. And then today we just announced that latif Nasser, who is the new host of radio lab, the longtime radio host radiolab host jad stepped down several months ago in latif has been on the team for years and is now one of the host of that show and obviously one of the largest podcasts in the world, radio lab is. So we're excited to have him there. And he's actually doing a solo talk presentation, which usually when you get bigger names to do. Keynote talks, you kind of have to do it as a panel or do it as a fireside chat just for the lift to be a little less for those folks. But yeah, he's going to be doing an original talk and presentation. So kind of excited for that as well. Yeah, I've got a confession to make, though. I have not listened to a single episode of radiolab. Yeah. That's okay, right? That's why we love podcasts. And it shows that you don't listen to. And it's not that and I don't know why. I understand it's a fantastic show, but I don't know why I've never subscribed to us. I probably should at least listen to at least one episode before evolutions to get a feel. Highly produced program that's very interesting, I think, that I've listened to a few episodes over the years. And I think we can do a terrific job. So this change in hosts should be interesting. Check it out again. Are you here in rob okay, Dan? I am here in rob O cat. I don't know if the audience is. It sounds like.

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"franks" Discussed on The Developer Tribe

The Developer Tribe

07:42 min | 1 year ago

"franks" Discussed on The Developer Tribe

"My guest. Today is a lecturer in applied coaching science oxford university on a phd such christ university with is published investigating quiet. I an ecological dynamics frameworks his block. Progress towards beauity explains the process of this work far better than i could attempt to hear more recently. What caught my eye is a course that my guest is delivering the emergence platform on rethinking soccer. What an ecological dynamics framework could offer skill learning development. Needless to say there's a lot worth getting into today a big welcome to my guest ben. Franks pleasure to be shy. Of course what's going on today. A nice quiet day of mocking the past eight hours problem having a having engaged in mocking before understand some of the pains that convey vignette can also offer us a on So look before we get into what you can tell us about the calls Very necessary explanations of ecological dynamics to me. Tell us a little bit about your journey and where you find just off now in your career. I've had a a imagine any really i. I went to uni. Because i didn't read today. Which is a real turning point. I was just a very average goalkeeper played for a very average. No league Academy program kind of messed around Minutes has never argued kind of bryant all interested in Kind of just to see what happens. It's baseball. coaching property. Look towards getting into community catch teaching kind of very quickly fed apo- and stumbled into academia End of my budget masters Quite interested stuff. At mazdas annetta members stop left to the competent so i covered a few inches for a few weeks. Attendance was smith added to another semester. And then i'll kind of the bug cave. Associate lecturer bricks Fortunately wasn't able to secure a permanent position that has left and went to ucs baby less camps business which is a wonderful place that got the most incredible coaching team that On that question degrees busted effort pitched games from the left this country crosscheck chech- to take on instructor row or slash gauged row sedate nineteen months that and then joel brooks Backup tickets get set to apply for can affirm makes thank people appointed that one literally last week site at pretty rapid johnny. I think i've ever expected anyone on into contracts and really well yes by accident but you know we have to tighten these opportunities when they arrive and it sounds like you've you've grabbed onto them by hand. Soak the your your. Your work is embedded with ecological dynamics principles. We sat. And i'll hold my hands up now and say that i you know i simply don't know enough about the framework Though i've always enjoyed reading about its possibilities it's appropriate comment on its utility dot stuff's not for me to do so prior to getting into those principles themselves. I'm interested in the terminology for your costs in. It says what it could offer was not deliberate. I was really deliberate. Because i think i say we as a collective term for people that like the fight i think we have a tendency to perhaps a stretch some of the ideas dynamics because it is relatively new Adam opposed to something like ecological psychology is really needed starfish jenny. Anybody dates back to probably the tattletale the century. Maybe nine hundred ninety seven a pet by a hamster which i propose this ecological component sport Says is new. And i think we're a bit quick too excited with some of the ideas and some of the medical research. The coach the saying that the ban will be on an and. I'm quite clear to say as an overarching framework to ground at practices. That are involved are concerned with skill. Development opposed to it being a bigger coaching approach to think that's to multifaceted pin down with one critical dynamics being this coaching departments. More of a as you said a theoretical framework here without putting you on the spot considering. I not look appreciate what you are about to being. you know. relatively neophyte fight. This is not the level of academic history. That perhaps other frameworks. Ha's however there's still a lot out an without in mind would like to explain a bit more about what ecological dynamics is what the framework is in the knowledge that a we cannot possibly expected to summarize it in minutes. I'd say because as a really nice told to explain leading movement and skill in complex environments. I think that that was bust intention. I think that's why we still need to fight this broadly. We see that as being some kind of combination of principles ecological psychology which related to dr exception and perceiving fulham season rejecting the needs to make some kind of mental inference. In order to have some might to scale action the flies and then looking at some islamic systems theory stuff where we start to look at everything is being more interrelated. Everything's changing over time changing. His state cited spoke team sports. Both environments athlete's life trajectory throughout life coast Are really complex. Dynamic systems provides a nice lens to view how is complex interact so makapa Would be geico scored dynamics and basically just a theoretical framework that we can use to position ourselves and then full how we engage with the practice environment when we can send with skilled elemen- with with practice structures opposed to i. I think pugs to those other coaching aspects. Yeah great description but give us give us some examples of what you mean by those other coaching aspects. And i think this year. I've found lately has been used extra school ecological dynamics as coaching approach. When it isn't one it doesn't really address much times of the use of.

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"franks" Discussed on The Words on Fire Podcast

The Words on Fire Podcast

06:57 min | 1 year ago

"franks" Discussed on The Words on Fire Podcast

"Can't lose ryan over the code gentiles. Like you guys get sick. I don't get mind helping. You said you taste like pussy. It's awesome candy. It's like candy brown sugar but then you know what you're missing. I don't like the smell yourself. Sucessor sex to me. That's it you're out of bacon. Infused whiskeys which can you take them. Thinking about money. eats import. Can i just ask for forgiveness forgiving. You eat some pork. Actually you should get in trouble for. Isn't that a converse thing about religion as this. You'll be okay so beautiful. I forget to sin goodness on forgiveness shit and my wife unforgivable sin. I guess it's suicide yourself. You're okay ray. According to the bible trying to smash you're trying to kill her that's what they want. That's how you stay married. Stop having that killer instinct. Single relations reminding six. I can't look in the mirror. I'm ashamed to work out all of us. Not having sex with him up her. She seen on your when i turned into. I'm sorry yeah it's okay. Ask once getting you the little hat were. They say you eat something. They bleed for months and people bro. She's leading up to have big data is trying to do. I'm glad i'm not that will undoubtedly don't want to say no to me when it comes that little thing right. That's what is fresh senior turds. I can put this thing in there. He's a corn bigger than us. Oh shit so our gasol before we go before we wrap this up the spirits texas. Spirit your your whiskies. Your your. What does is that. We got your whiskey the tobacco and rum. I what is based on everything. Just fucking touch on the the names and how you came up with the twenty right. So i'm trying to keep everything right. Everything's spanish so My room is ronchi that comes from like a rican body. Can you can you. Can you translate for the white guys that are listening. Maybe challenge chill the fuck out. The words it's settled down spa- the use it. Right in rome traditionally comes from the caribbean. A lot of puerto ricans. There's a lot of puerto rican brands cards from brooklyn on york virginia man in virginia. It's like a melting pot of latinos. Three hundred. I was the only mexican there. Shallow mexican the highest immigration popular. Just for fun. Fact is is actually el salvadorian. In south korea is the largest. And then they'll salvadorians the next highest population area in the seven cities in virginia beach. Folks portsmouth man. They throw me over there with a puerto ricans. Were like you mexican you close. O'ryan do don't make talk and butte nagas everywhere. Just remember just almost beautiful women hall right. I'm right under six foot right. Got big old cock. Like i'm a bit like like off. We're on radio you can't. You're jewish mike. Mike i have colored eye right like i listen to have a little bit colored you got brown colored colored. We don't look when i would go down there and party on grammy street and all that kind of stuff the ecuadorians and all this all the hot chicks on the models walking around just regular chicks right. They as soon as i tell them a mexican right all my god. Don't tell my brothers. don't my cousin will you. Don't excuse mexicans look when you when you. I heard that plenty of times. Where like a mexican. they're like. Little executes heard fuck grow off like mexicans. Oh you're talking about the dicky's on where's your wife to be. I turned challa. When i'm having sex jokes walk. See walking. put the second seconds of her life little more. Like we're not darling not apocalyptic you don't look like a midget from the rainforest fucking hate him but anyways spirits. Yeah forget racist so the other in my gin is called in cuban dialect that literally translates to assortment of stinky monkeys in jin carrillo farts fucking monkeys stinky chicken chicken is an assortment of different botanical. 's tastes so it lends itself to a civil never that word before before today. That's the only reason gets lady and you won't offend her challenge. It's.

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"franks" Discussed on The Words on Fire Podcast

The Words on Fire Podcast

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"franks" Discussed on The Words on Fire Podcast

"Podcast government jewels. Here you julie This week we got a special special special. Actually we got blessed with two guests. We got an end ryan from the sun. City distillery here in paso Maker of many different spirits ryan was going on with you. He's been drinking bit a little bit and then we got a daddy from Multiple ventures here in in the sun city commonly known as red bear in the sheets. Excuse skeet skeet owner operator of the videon france and many other joints was going on guys. How's your day to day. Great how you site welcome. Welcome loving the liquor you guys brought. You guys brought today. You're drinking data. yeah we do. Yeah we got lucky enough to go to a ryan's Place in check out. Give us a walk-through give us an education gave us a basically is what distillery wanna one fucking rocked my world. I didn't know what the fight was going. he was using all kinds. Fucking long sex. You gotta chris. So so you're spot is thirty nine sixty nine texas right. Thirteen thousand five tales closed st street near beverly hills nine. Oh two one. Mexico located here in texas street and almost in the heart of downtown getting into downtown. Where all the historical buildings are next door to a wet and wild. No no no no no another strip next door. The what club. So how'd you get into distillery dude. Like what made you decide. You know what fucking this is. How i'm gonna go in. Start this shit. Yeah that's a long story. let me see. we've got alcohol did you. Md twenty twenty like-minded the purple. The purple asu thunderbird thunderbird cisco cisco drank them. Purchase twenty twenty. You ain't getting covert. That's what gives shit. You probably don't have a job either but you do have a baby's mama. They at least one nine. I guarantee you don't see that baby. She won't let me to get edgy. Ryan talked a little bit of like what does that put you over the threat the threshold get into that shit. It's a long journey. But i've been doing petrochemical engineering. A longtime right. I've been in The scary black like you back in the boat on the good old days take orders. I've been doing refineries like Refining oil making gasoline jet fuel diesel stuff for a little over twelve years. Okay do that process you kind of learn right at the same time was brewing in my house like everybody usually does beer or bruins beer. Beer making stoute's making all the stuff that you want like now craft beers everywhere right you don't have to stick to like the plain jane miller lite they there Each one of them have their teeny. Take place there avenue right. Yeah if you have two dollars in your pocket you know you're going to get a grand central station and you don't want to spend a lot of money so you're like you know what i'm gonna make my own beer doubts cookie. Stoute's my marshmallows to all these weird things So i did that for a long time. I was in the refinery world for a long time. Right yeah all automation engineering. And all that kind of stuff and after brewing you kind of your like what's next right So the natural progression is you're gonna go into refining or or stealing which is the same exact thing as refining taking oil and boiling it and making separating gas diesel fuel metro. That's all those things. Yeah your lights in your heavies. You're just doing that with So you still make your beer. But you're separated into alcohol from the flavored water okay. It was a natural progression. Everything about it is the same thing that i did forever. On the refining world. Yeah it's just you know. Have more fun making now. You're your own boss. I said you invest part would man. Yeah i can't talk shit about the talks to create your old boss. 401k plan four bottles motherfucking. It's weird transition and you know you can do something like whether you make t shirts or you may cookies or whatever you do right transition from going from this and birla right on making six figures. Don't making great money right weekends off all the stuff right. I'm you're you climbed that mountain you'd like doing. I'm doing something great but in the side inside your fuck. I don't wanna do this man. I wanna do my own thing. That's a hard leap. Yeah once you make the leap. Who's swim swim. it's hard. Yeah thank god. We have people like danny and all these Local bars who help you out. Br does total wines. All these people that are you know they grew up here so they're like a portrait. I know what you're doing. I know what you're going through. I've been there. It's rough when they opened up when he opened up when it was hard. It's nothing's easy about it especially now especially now with the shines in the bushes and everybody's trying to get their own fucking money's everybody who is in local you know everybody's trying to get the fuck over the business owners here which is complete bullshit Which is one of the reasons. We like to have on our local people. You know what. I mean because you guys are doing amazing things whether it's been you know providing distilleries or just providing spirits for people to enjoy to get over this fucking craziness with their at home. And then danny providing jobs the people providing people with ability to feed their kids are fucking the keep the roof over their head Then even right now is it was 'electricity which is fucking unheard of in fucking the rest of texas accent. Oh passive because of all the snowstorms.

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"franks" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"franks" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Franks is proud to be the official hot dog of the Cincinnati Bengals. Next time you're at Paul Brown Stadium, Treat yourself to a delicious Eisenberg Black Angus Sirloin Beef Hot dog. Hey, Who day fans. It's Anthony Munoz. The day after any game, in which the Bangles records to Q B Sachs, you'll save five bucks off the ultimate wash it all Mike's car wash location plus mikes will donate a dollar to the Anthony Munoz Foundation for every ultimate washed sold. If you think you are beaten, you are If you think they're not You don't think you'd like the win. It's almost a suit. Life's battle doesn't always go To the stronger, faster man. But sooner or later, the person who wins is the one who thinks he can Bangles Ravens Sunday 1 P.m.. This is dishes every day. Take a break from my numbing housework with the newest 12 and $5 scratch offs from the Ohio Lottery, With games like winner winner Chicken dinner, Three Stooges and lots of 500. You could win. Top prizes between $151,000 Take O Break with Ohio Lottery scratch offs. Lottery players or subject. Ohio Lawson Commission regulations police responsibly We're cruising tonight. A Monday night on Biggles line three hours every week, Right here. Me, Dave Lapham and all things Bengals and the Bengals radio Network at 700 wlw..

"franks" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"franks" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Eggplant Michael Franks rose, where including, before that singing a song well associated with her mentor, being Crosby swinging on a star. And Frank Sinatra with one that was a huge movie hit around the time that he and the Count Basie Orchestra did their sophomore album together, it might as well be swing. The directive for this second go around simply. Maur. And the greatest love the world has no, this's the love I give to you. More than the simple words you say. I only live to love you more. More than you'll ever know my long to hold you so my life will be in your way can sleeve left? We've Longer than all always is a long, long time but far beyond forever. You're gonna love you. I know I never live to be far and my heart is very sure could Than you'll ever know. They long to hold you so my life We'll be in your wake and sleep on a laugh on way longer than always, is a long time. But forever. You know, I never lived before. Very good, love you more..

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"franks" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

Business Wars Daily

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"franks" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

"The weirdest baseball season in history started last night. The Twenty Twenty Major League baseball season debuted with a clash between the Washington nationals in the New York Yankees, nationals park in the country's capital was packed with. Virtual fans, that's right, the fans you may have seen on TV. Were just images manufactured for the cameras by Fox Sports? In reality, the teams play to an empty stadium because of covid nineteen. This season teams will play only sixty games down from the typical one hundred sixty two right now. There's no intention to have many live fans at any of them just TV cameras. We won't get into the debate about why Fox decided to manifest virtual fans complete with recorded sounds of cheering applause, and the like the TV audience know. Today, we're interested in one of those things that like baseball. Itself has always seemed timeless the stadium hotdog. Too, many of us me included a hot dog goes with the baseball game. The way hot fudge goes with vanilla ice cream. They just belong together, but not this year. Needless to say virtual fans don't order francs with mustard and onions, nor do they reach out and snack a beer from a wandering vendor that's leaving entire industry, high and dry stadium vendors are out of work. That's giving Ballpark Franks the nation's number one. One brand of hot dogs and opportunity to look philanthropic, while also promoting their dogs to fans, watching Games on the small screen on Wednesday, which not coincidentally was national hotdog, day Ballpark Franks and it is donating one hundred thousand dollars to unemployed stadium vendors through a baseball charity in campaign. They're calling frank it forward. They're also asking fans to tweet their favorite baseball memories along with the Frank. It forward Hashtag of course. For every tweet that fans post ballpark will donate an extra dollar up to fifty thousand dollars within a day. Fans had begun complying. Some tweets were clearly planted by Tyson foods. ballpark Franks owner to get the Frankfurt Frenzy on fast forward, but some were genuinely sweet like a tweet from Ban Molly, Heidrick, she finally recalled attending the thousand fifteen world series game with her dad, telling her for the entire five hours that she would be Zombie the next day at school. She said she almost caught a foul ball and yes, she couldn't stay awake in math class. Her HASHTAG, no regrets. The promotion gives a sheen of sweetness and philanthropy to the ballpark francs, which happens to be America's biggest seller of the process. Meet parent. Tyson foods of course is struggling with its image these days between having covert outbreaks at many of its meat, processing plants, and being under investigation by the Justice, Department for alleged poultry price-fixing, but on a summer night. We need to dwell on the bigger picture. Maybe. What's worth spending time on? Is The marketing rivalry between BALLPARK Franks in America's second largest brand Oscar Mayer that brand owned by Kraft, was revived three years ago when its parent put ten million dollars into removing chemicals like nitrates nitrites from its dogs, the attempt to cater to the clean eating tastes of millennials. It helped nowadays craft hines has been doing well selling its enormous variety of grocery store staples to our newly stay at home nation, but how will it compete at the? No, Fan Ballpark. Hopefully not with a repeat of its attempt from twenty nineteen, a hotdog ice cream sandwich. It was made with. Get this candied hotdog, bits, hotdogs, sweet, cream, spicy, dijon, Gelato, and a cookie Bun, according to writer Michael Clare and a Major League baseball publication called cut four last August. Clare's take on what was clearly a desperate attempt to get the upper hand in the Weiner wars. This hot dog mustard ice cream. Monstrosity needs to return to whatever hell it came from. So. Far Oscar Mayer hasn't made any announcements that one this year may be given covid nineteen craft hines got a little more sensitive about the queasiness factor when it comes to the economics of the Frankfurter fight between Tyson and craft Heinz. The ballpark matters in two thousand sixteen Americans spent twenty million dollars buying hotdogs at ball games, so says the national hot dog and Sausage Council. Council apparently, that's the last time they gathered this debt. So the biggest question this year will be. Will fans watching at home still by hotdogs, or will they just eat? Whatever happens to be for? Dinner served on a real plate, not in a little cardboard dog holding. If that happens, the frank forward campaign is unlikely to give much of an advantage to Ballpark, Franks and hopefully. WHO's out of work? hotdog vendors have already found a way to turn their talents to something more lucrative. And perhaps less greasy.

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"franks" Discussed on FasCat Cycling Training Tips Podcast

FasCat Cycling Training Tips Podcast

07:12 min | 2 years ago

"franks" Discussed on FasCat Cycling Training Tips Podcast

"As you develop that CTO go one thing I want to. Emphasize don't just build the biggest base ever at some point, draw a line in the sand and start intentionally decreasing your hours and use the performance manager chart to set a T- sp goal your form, because the big base in a training load is worthless unless you try to leverage. It was some kind of form in. That's what the performance manager chart. How she? You visualize plan ahead that TSB training stress ballots and then to do so. It's super easy. Easy you just start resting more decreasing your total weekly volume you recover more you. Peak is one hundred percent worth your while and time and effort to go through an overload taper, and a peak before the riding season is over to test it out. You're going to learn a lot to see how you respond to the overload, and honestly it's probably going to be the most fun you've ever had. Because all of a sudden. You know three hundred watts. To effort. You know three months ago now. Maybe like easy threshold and you're going to be able to see how fast you're able to ride. You'RE GONNA be motivated for that, and that's going to carry you into the off season, and then you're going to use that knowledge to apply for whatever your goals are in twenty twenty one. So! It's really important to set a date for when you WanNa have your best form ever. Maybe your forms just gradually increasing all the way through the summer, but use your performance manager chart in training peaks to hit that Pete Form Super Super Important in for us here in Colorado. We already mentioned the steamboat gravel, but I'm a used. That is my example. That's my carrot that I am chasing until August sixteenth, and that means for me I'm going to ramp up my CTO for another three weeks. Approximately for the rest of July July eleventh for for reference, and then around August I initiated to taper. I'm going to rest in CR training, tip and podcast on tapering. I'M GONNA. Pay attention to Mitee spam an intentionally decrease my chronic training. Load my CTO, and then on August sixteenth I'm GonNa. Go for it. I'm a treated just like race I'm I`Ma have fun. I'M GONNA make sure I'm doing that with other folks because to do a diabolical event like that by yourself. I don't know if I could do it. I need I need other people to help me that extra motivation. An no matter what you do I. Think you'RE GONNA learn a lot about your potential what you can do better for next year. What you want to repeat? Consider the rest of the summer like a dry run in a dress rehearsal for twenty twenty one. And you can do this whether you're gravel racer, a road racer, mountain, bike, fondue, and even even cycle cross. So speaking of Cross. You want to plan as it crosses. An is still happening, because even though the season doesn't start till this fall in there's already some cancellations, but I know the cross community in if I know them I know they're gonNA come up with some creative solutions in Avenues of opportunity to have fun to to still salvage the the cross. He's an I. Don't know what they are yet. But incidentally I did see any Johnson the president of BRAC Colorado's governing body today did the crusher challenge and he was San when I asked him about cross. Something is going to happen, and they're working on it so for everyone out there in Colorado. There is hope and for everyone else in the rest of the land. Don't know, don't. Cry River just yet I think something's going to happen for Cross and I. You know I'm not sure whether this could happen or not, but I could totally see cyclocross time trials happening. Five laps start in one minute intervals. In race race for time you won't have the mass shoulder to shoulder start, but once you get going. You know five laps as fast as you can go yeah, I can see that happening in a socially distanced responsible way. Whether the municipalities will allow that You, know remains to be seen. It's going to be specific for each regional area. But there there you know it it i. think it can happen, and then if anyone for the the hardcore crossers. Did you all see G. C. N. N.'s. Guess video of Van. Der Pol Reysen till niece. Really cool I think they did like a head to head on one lap and think till got him. There was also like a sand pit hill-climb climb challenge much like the motorcycle. Folks do where they. They put like this giant Sandpit Hill and they put like distance markers Kinda like a discus courson in track and Vander Pool in niece hit it. You know full full gas just as hard as they can, and then because the sand so deep it just they get slower and slower, and they try to go as far as they can and. That was that was Kinda. Cool to watch. I think you're going to see something like that on the amateur level. You may not see that every single weekend, but something will will will happen, so you know first and foremost. You want to continue to prepare as if the season were happening. Really for two reasons number one. For your across development from a skills perspective. That ten thousand hours, and then number two from a power development standpoint and all the work you do this year will make you better for for next year. You'RE NOT GONNA ten thousand hours this year, but you can chip away at a in when when we talk about the skills practice we're talking about race starts. Cornering dismounts re mounts in. Bunny hops just to name a few the bike handling obviously and When when you are working on your skills, sack across skills training this summer by all means make it fine. Come up with a fun way. Take a take a bunny hop challenge to teach yourself how? And then get your reps in practicing. Just rap straps. It's like putts on a putting green. You know, go into the the driving range and golf. The taking batting practice as a baseball player. Get your reps in as a as a cyclist as a cycle Kassir coach. Brandon has a wonderful great. How to bunny hop video on our youtube. Channel, if you've never even tried in and guess what? This is this this summer? And this fall is your chance to learn how to bunny hop? No excuses. You don't have races that are pressing that you have to do. Take time away. You have time to learn how to bunny hop in the next.

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"franks" Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

06:21 min | 2 years ago

"franks" Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

"Blonde is going to be quick rapid fire brick rapid fire questions rapid fire answers all right greg what's the first concert everyone to first concert i conscious sir cool yeah yeah it we're not cool you have to understand i'm mennonite we weren't allowed to go to concert lease what i mean we might have to hold on dirty breaking oh you restart the whole interview he got to go back to scratch you rebecca square one right now i know you're trying to get out of your jody but really be here awhile awhile i want to hear about this lifestyle you came up in my my grandmother had me saved twice because obviously the first time at work you know i- hardcore mennonite it's hard core mennonites yeah still minute i know i know two minute i just kidding no i uh-huh over blood you got that yeah i guess the first concert server would honestly say would be the grateful dead i know well once you start dropping acid grateful dead's pretty awesome so listen to these these these folks from your i mean they'll drop facet of it was really good okay the government patties in their barbells people don't talk enough about the york ask and by the way i sold it and it was talking to me it was amazing sold eric back in the day no actually he was one town over red line i was in york food yet hilariously not we went to the same underage place big city back in the day trouble you were at imprint brushing that you're like oh you know unfortunately my parents didn't like each other i ran away twice as yeah yeah the whole thing the whole life in a way where i just was able to you know do my own thing and i am now what's the favorite place you've ever traveled symbol wow okay yeah yeah no hands down breath y history of the world constantinople i mean come on what's not to love about the market of in so many different things where people are just making and selling spice smells beautiful the call to prayer prayer like every six hours which drive you nuts but with beautiful i love it worse job you've ever had worse job i ever had was in york pennsylvania trying to sell up frozen meats on the phone i broke down and cried i i tried to it for two days and the woman next to me was selling meats laughter and right and i was like i can't do by called in sick i was like how i kit sued yes yeah it was i was right downtown york gina's like oh we you walked in he had like this little cubicle your your phone you had your little thing and it's like judy you need some yeah i need some i ah neighbor that you slows in east yeah you live in your county we're meat fresh on a daily basis i'm trying to sell you rosen right no yeah no has down the worst job ever what's your at bat music at bat music it's really seasonal aw right now on all onto billie holiday because i'm going into the you know the season i go back to billie holiday go back to you know at a janesville holiday is my my winning okay yeah yeah i know i know when it comes to like dancing music you know it's the LCD when i go out dancing it's where do you go to answer awesome i do some expertise i'm turning up big time what does that mean what i'm corny i'm aruba total room count you ru halloween one no i didn't i unfortunately not talk to me here i have not the experiment all right that exactly are just massive impact just like a house party or basement ten thousand people major warehouse fire breeders awesome asking all right plus other than thirty francs give me something beautiful about philadelphia i have to say it's interesting thirty francs has kept me here come the golden handcuffs but within that is the people it's really i and i i hate to be so like if you consider lane but the people are amazing that i've met through this far through in different or like organizations in this neighborhood and businesses and they're amazing i i have to say the best part tired of philadelphia is people as much as we get like this bad rap now sorry has out filthadelphia is the best ask ron i'm getting there yeah perfect jodi thank you for having us come here to celebrate frank's fred greg greg i want to go somewhere where we just get drunk and hang out and this was like this is absolutely perfect for the episode we were looking for shots now alan i love you thanks for hanging.

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"franks" Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

07:16 min | 2 years ago

"franks" Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

"It's my go-to man i hear the friends bring you hear family no i hear i hear it was a long long time ago i'm here tonight because my kids at school and going to blow was it slacker that brought you in or was it before slacker a little bit before slacker lights are all these are all the bike messengers back in the day yeah this is ninety-one these guys are like lauder hard-core or bike messengers and they live it read it and still keep it strong whoa tell me a little bit about that lifestyle like what's your what's your day look like as a bike messenger you work on day you make money for me for my daughter make sure she got booed overhead and lived downtown like which is awesome girl second projects norville data blah blah blah so honestly my life goal as a young long as was the come down here instead of being norfield's so did that and this place stuck with me like outta place from the mark thirty where's that is all i got to say right right right so you you've been a regular here since the nineties or you hear a couple times angelique recently i don't want somebody to i used to be here like sh- every night command over there we used to house those only reason why they can't go oh erica's word accounting go yellow spots man i'm so glad honestly honestly honestly i'm so glad displeased displeased is open and still available like is just so much love in here so much love bites ice sheila jody guy is just so much love nights right right right so so you're doing the bike messaging i'm guessing that's changed quite a bit in the internet age i'm guessing a lot more people are sending those things by email now what what kind of what kind of things do you deliver these days if you're going from one side of down to the blah honestly right now the game strong like i started i started doing documents of the nursing so be wary yeah i don't wanna see fighter cheetah coming i know i know it's troubling amish rate messenger man i'll deliver food like what whatever you need liver whatever i'm and i'm saying it was that was that a big move internal was like when you because obviously the like i said the internet with google docs and so forth i'm sure a lot and that stuff can just be sent online i guess everybody just slid right over to the ubereats and all caviar and all that kind of stuff yeah yeah the ball as as far as much as originally court documents and blueprints and everything and it's good that they still exist like absolutely but pool game is so strong wrong you make so much money with like i started in ninety one i started choice currier us those who gain and with with the absence of adds definitely definitely have made me more money and more actually didn't say sustainable because it's not sustainable it hasn't been sustainable over the past few years since you ask the question about that but you know but you can't it can't back or you can't email a burger sodas what's right sure do you know anyone in the messenger world i know people who there's like marijuana carriers and delivery through text messaging and stuff you know anyone in that circle and not a you would ever do that i plead the fifth bitcoin not cool enough circle you heard about it and it's recorded yoyo ah yeah yo you know my roommate back when i first moved here had the one where the guys would call obvious and then they would show up with the or doing this but the suitcase and then those guys got boston two thousand because it was like you would call from a payphone and he would leave 'em paper she would leave like a number and then they would like know your address and like i'd be sitting there and be like holy shit this guy's like a suitcase filled with all these now everybody's relaxed about it like it's not a big deal two thousand through real rap like it's alabama's in ninety one i never got involved with that because scooby at like yeah i'll say why your your cell phone brushing but they do exist and it's kind of legal nowadays i mean they had the centuries and everything so i'm pretty sure to follow suit messengers and things like yes but the food you're doing well with food who game strive roy you've been doing this since ninety one i mean you must be one of the fastest bikers out there but you must give them point a point in just zero time flag hi my name is peter i'm number one do your it is you got twenty thousand deliveries for caviar under four years you do the math so three hundred sixty five days a year divide that about what's money over four years twenty thousand deliveries in four years now and and dirty francs the euro support sheila support sheila that's all right yeah so what do you think we let's try these combos give jodi the blunt you wanna hang out for a bit more your joy this is and this is bonus content if we ever want to get out by the way do you guys lane thing to drink yeah i am a bartender at take another paola i mean i don't want to offend the host right right so whatever you by the way there's no host there's host descent male regret they don't yeah it's true i might have i might have to here's a weird story related to this i got out of college the job i thought i was getting i didn't get so i started cooking at hooters on the river ice and then every four or five months i moved on found someone else like a year later i got a check in the mail for twelve hundred dollars three guys tried to be servers at hooters owners and they wouldn't let them leave a real to wear the uniform the mayor is a big class action suit whoever gets integra thousand dollars for a class action suit the twelve hundred bucks perfectly every guy that ever worked at hooters you insane.

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"franks" Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

05:29 min | 2 years ago

"franks" Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

"Think is the most poignant part of -able full of a local bar is it's it's horrible excuse me oral history ready no because when you're telling stories that have happened before you and other people have experienced and somebody else who's been here make my bendon there that night you're you're giving oral history that's what makes this place so so incredibly beautiful can't believe this story here i got a good day for you guys a lot we love the numbers of becoming air for out even anna how long when i when i start working nears day which has been since ninety two man people are just freaking awesome like all the all the brigade's come in there is having a great time they love this place that been coming here for ever and they just they love being part of what it is that you they they they've created here way before me and i was so lucky to meet like the captains and and they bring you gifts and they're just like so gracious they're so happy to be here and that's what made me fall in love with franks is the people an as like why would you leave something who is eight loves you back like do the froggy car umbrella looking at us ray bird dogging yeah no i have froggy car socks socks i have i have yeah and the wars wars is which i think are worthy ores from dad actually goes back to the j. mcconnell days where the oarsmen from the school bill there was a there was a there was an event and they were part hard of the dirty francs crowd and they won and they brought in their sticks and i asked jay to put him up there so so they're up there and that's what we hang everything from how far how far becker we going with that you know unfortunately j. passed away and i don't know how far back those go they just know they were there in his early inception which was thirty seven years ago okay yeah so you know everything has what's in here that is kind of you know that we should know about but most people come in here and wouldn't necessarily the hubcaps okay so that's really funny cats backed by dr i found out from jon segal though that why would happen is that people would make a serious turn and their hubcaps would roll off right in front of dirty franks thanks so people would just bring them in and john je started collecting so it's not like something that we intended to do john just did because he's like what am i supposed to do with it now just we everybody's on the same page here he he took over this bar win jon segal was the previous owner to james mcconnell j mcconnell bought it thirty seven years ago when plus seven so forty four years ago john sequel had it for thirty years before jay so i mean there's only been own that's wild thirties this place opened right after prohibition yeah i'm the chaff and the first woman really has a small neighborhood if you're in a small south philly streep eh you're doing something near house or work on your car everyone comes out to see every regular who passes by tapping you guys like what are you guys doing a podcast what's happening here what's going on yeah now everybody wants to know your business disciplines you like happy hour to the same are you how many days a week are you here after work or can you stop by every day you know comprehend we talked about like the word lush earlier if i become a lush i don't know i see you're you're a regular yeah but also like lake all you know hook up with my friends today known for so many years right so you know what it is like a family family here's damn straight solid yeah time we get his mail on certain all right very strong deterrence james son of who else eric you've seen anybody else here that we need to talk to what are you getting bored of me area pass off ooh boy he's quick with a hook here talking about spots i'm i'm very jergen tequila book and for certain thanks luck and bumped up guys komo where's my residual check in the mail freight we'll be coming here yeah you guys are awesome.

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"franks" Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

11:19 min | 2 years ago

"franks" Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

"Hey this is greg the philly blunt this episodes a little different than our previous ones because our guest is actually a place we've been surprised that none of our guests have picked the bar dirty frances as a location being a dirty franson institution in town that's been open since just after prohibition so we figured let's honor and celebrate dirty phrase with an episode focused on the bar itself we sat down to the corner set up shop and talked with jody the owner the doorman in some interesting regulars to find out what is made francs survive over eighty years and what makes it one of the best bars in town town it's a funny insightful while interview that we think you'll enjoy rave reviews ascribe if you haven't already what are you waiting for tell your friends about what we're doing if you think they'll enjoy our attempts to celebrate right the people places and things that make philly special j. sat on twitter instagram facebook all as the philly blunt and we hope you enjoy turn can i ask before all this begins what are we doing here so we do ourselves at every day we do a podcast called the philly blunt we interview interesting people throughout philadelphia so this place is you know kind of iconic as a bar so we that'd be fun to talk to the owner of the bar and and and then we thought maybe we'd ask a couple couple regulars to are we are we rolling wok what yeah we're on okay welcome to philly blunt folks i'm johnny goodtime this is greg i'm furry standing for reef the lost causes recessed nut reap the las casa is just reef the lost yeah yeah he said just wife just had their third child so he's he's quite lost indeed in three weeks here we are here we are surprised i'm actually have been disappointed none of our guests we usually record at the bar of their choice and no one one in thirty two episodes has picked here so i'm glad we're just making a stand point come on people dan go voices amazing thank you i was just saying he caroused earlier during a few ill and move on and so jodi you are part owner of this place part the owner of this iconic a bar in philadelphia started working back in nineteen ninety-two was brought in and j mcconnell raised me as as as other daughter that he never had now are you from philly or own hail no i'm from outside of lancaster county york pennsylvania view view every time i say york people like oh new york no so say like caterpillar harley davidson plant near your oh they are in your yup yep yep yep barbell york peppermint patty until it went to wrap my very first job was that york bon taen potato chip factory i put one hundred little bags into a big box that i later found out went to airlines so how'd how'd you find yourself in philadelphia fucking i got the hell out of dodge jeez louise i ran away as soon as i twice how old older you and you read the first time sixteen oh second time i was eighteen never went back to philly both times oh no first time appalachian elision trail when all the way up to maine and then yeah yeah yeah and came back and whatever and the second time guest to philadelphia but first before that one to new york to go to school back then it's a long story would you studying i wants to FIT fashion technology analogy i got my degree and started doing all kinds of stuff here in philadelphia i i had a whole line of clothing that i sold right on south street i think we're on south street get a boutique or no so check it out there is this this crazy leather guy that lived lived right below the the -partment that we lived on right next to the society hill pawnshop did we all know that there used to be this awesome some weather place we had the two floors it was three girls we were up there and we did amazing up some of us were artists summers drunkard summa's most were whatever we had a great time for like three or four years and i sold myself in the leather shop leather leather fashion shen or was it like what kind of stuff shirks chaps pants with kind of fashion we crinoline and boost TA's okay first word was yeah i didn't either kremlin might look it up in the encyclopedia britannica which is just to my left well that's the resource center that you're living right next to that by the way i i've had to fight to keep here which is you know i know now gone trying to throw it out i found it on this side of the street over an old city a year ago picks it up in my wagoneer brought it here this is our resource center people will use this stuff like we can resolve l. issues without having to user four right info unfortunately they've stolen cr we would you say the word what's crinoline crinoline oh come on to choose crinoline got through like that that man why couldn't you have just said mesh FIT degree hey thanks doing this era pad city do you live i'm in south philly i live below learn pat's and gino's load in their basement almost yeah half a block south it's live above leather store not not lives below right underground tomo allen laterally by the way the lateral nerve but at least i have a better landlord myself perfect so so you can't come on here in ninety two what was your first impression of this bar the first time he came when i started coming here in eighty seven and two and the end of i i moved to philadelphia airbnb maybe seven i end a few weeks later i ended up living carlisle street right behind pierce junior college university arts i lived basically halfway between midland cheese dirty franks and and then i got a job in midland cheese and then we have to fly to many people in them i won't come over here and then all here hanging out see you took an over or sorry started working here in ninety two and you've seen the change from a bar being a place where people hang out and have drinks and now you're seeing more and more people go ars and hang out on their cell phones and so forth what's you know do you feel like there's something that's been lost well i think i think frigging and i are kind of on the same page in a sense of like our customers don't bring their phones out the only bring their phones out maybe perhaps when they're having like some sort of debate normally they come into our bars because they want to communicate with other people and that's why we how how these local neighborhood bars so as far as technology is concerned this is not the premise of the bar never has has gone so i have to runaway john i got to babysit tonight for i am actually babysitting i just had one beer in case the family you're listening the complicated they're not aligning nobody's listening nobody's listening all our fire everybody thanks a biker guy greg johnny jody massage you're you're welcome reef the lost cause reef the lost c. a baby radio show let everyone know when your radio show it's it's called crack radio CRA ic- radio every thursday five to seven pm on one or six point five the FM locally in philadelphia on the world wide web philly com dot ORG slash listen i mean we've been well what are we three four times the great music college for like five years interest podcast lot's stop other the long we got the crack we got all sorts of loved reference to cocaine radio monday hey guys thanks thank you and you know i love dirty thanks arjun the name dirty franks so my from what i was told from j mcconnell owner it before me which is only the fourth earner is at the original owner was his name was frank okay and he apparently lee was the dirtiest motherfucker in town he was running a some sort of solid bar bodega kind of thing because you have to understand dirty frank's as it is now was on half of that in sixty four was when it became a u. shape far yeah yeah yeah the other door over on the side was only utilized by women who are blacks only white males were allowed to enter into the crackdown almost the exact same bar on both sides to report on the other side yeah yeah it's a mirror of it so people who don't no no like what is the cuisine here thirty francs we got snacks shoulders peanuts combos we combos got three different kinds of combos was and by the way the blue cheese is so's combo yet try something so good so i wouldn't i wouldn't didn't syria iraq yeah i'm sold i don't know greg greg sato bon bons mega here now tell on actually because when in your factories shut down went to new york by the way so we have a we have pretzels and peanuts and cashews ashes and then on the other side we got all kinds of zesty little potato chip factories gone yes jalapeno chips it's good amount of salt like a.

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"franks" Discussed on Bad In The Boondocks

Bad In The Boondocks

10:43 min | 3 years ago

"franks" Discussed on Bad In The Boondocks

"Person who autopsied in the last episodes or the one before i can't yeah he confirmed from the age victim died as a result of wing gunshot wound to the back of the head and reported that he recovered to thirty eight caliber slugs which he turned over to the oregon state police crime labs for study does point thirty eight. Yes they are. He said that the victims victims had been dead for a relatively short time when their bodies were discovered while reconcile it ain't been better day or so yes about twenty four hours now <hes> which he arrived at that conclusion by observing the extent of the changes that have been occurred since the death and the rookie mortis hadn't hadn't been in a severe severe stage yet so he said yeah he said that the victims had suffered no others significant injuries news of the tragic deaths traveled a very quickly and france relatives of the allen family were deeply shocked shocked. Their former baby sitter expressed her feelings publicly quote. She was always always happy and cheerful said diana students and you do a quote you're on with. It's hard to believe it when you know someone so well and happens right. They're practically in front of your eyes so will you don't even say hey when money okay. You're good neighbors in quote. Meanwhile concerned citizens began forming neighborhood protection groups in an attempt to increase public awareness about the seriousness of the increased violence in portland particularly since the alan score murdered meanwhile police continue their investigation into the double execution style murders of marianne alman and her assan but there were no results what ain't having a lower no. They're theorized that the mother and son were abducted from their home between one thirty freddie and two p._m. By unknown gunmen and then we're driven to an area known as lava but where they were murdered at approximately five pm in an unexpected turn of offense after reading news reports of the two murders to oregon state police officers. There's reported they did stop white sports car for speeding heading on south on u._s. Ninety seven near guilt christ in in central oregon at seven twenty pm on the evening of the murders pro triple layer. We'll get there the driver donovan winding franks forty five was cited and released as he was not won't about police officers didn't know he was driving a stolen vehicle because because they had been sent out yet that inject license plate saguenay who registered to now well the owls obviously non but they did discover that that he indeed was driving it <hes> the almonds stolen car now that they had francs as a likely suspect portland detectors were notified by the franks was a possible suspect and checking him out through the department of motor vehicles. They discovered that he lived in the twenty. Seven hundred block along of southeast seventy nine avenue basically two blocks from the almonds detectives thing contacted frank's neighbors penny sue almonds <hes> pity samorn who told the cops that he she had been in a recent auto accident. She said she often saw him exercise by walking down the street with an aide of kenny o. She also informed the woman that he lived with his mother. Oh shit. That's not really any help. Really i mean if you talk to the mother but the that's the main conclusion meanwhile back in southern oregon state police trooper brad smith stopped a white sports car in klamath falls and ordered the driver out of the vehicle as he attempted to arrest the driver for drunken driving. Being the man pointed a handgun at the officer. He'll be out yet. Smith tried to talk to the man try to reason awesome with him but he didn't have any luck with that and when he saw his chance he won djed at him pushing him to the ground shootin they struggled violently with with each other and smith eventually did disarm the man by knocking the gun from his hand as he struggled he did eventually gain controls dawn. Was this dominant yeah. He should have been able to knock him to the ground quite easily mccain yeah yeah but he had a gun in his face well sort of interface but he did manage to gain control over the a crazy man smith attempted to flag down numerous pat passing motorists for help but they continue to pass right on by a normal but don't you are able slow down a little more male ep. Normally people don't stop but i in case there's situation situation. They just don't style slowdown cold up traffic of course the struggle went on for a little bit of time with smith apparently cane and beat him unable to to subdue him singly right god. I saturday's fortunately for smith <hes> for a while in about ten minutes basically klamath county sheriff's deputy did arrive after being called and helped swift arrest the drunken suspect so the main cripple old andrew and he couldn't subdue no short time later they identified the drunk man jonathan dean francs and confirmed that he had in fact been driving the almond soul and sports car frank was then charged with attempted murder of over trooper smith as well as unauthorized usa murder vehicle and drunk driving and was held in district on an on klamath county jail with bail set at one hundred and thirty five thousand three hundred ten dollars three desk on there but according according to <unk> scoundrels district attorney louis asleep no charges were filed against frank for the deaths of marian almond and our son on frank's weapon was identified as a point thirty eight caliber pistol the same type of bullets detect is found in the two victims at the oregon state police crime lab in portland attest bullet was fired from franks pistol into a large piece of wax which you know so that went damaged the bullets or they can to through war anyway you know that when a gun made rifling tolls you know using the manufacturing leave little marks basically in scars on the bullet let dogs so then they can match so then whenever they manage and the tests were conclusive and they both matched so this proved that the the gum bullets that were found in the victims matched the gun that owned to donovan dean frank franks yeah and he was charged and shoots county circuit court i don't know to say it with dual accounts of intentional murder felony murder and kidnapping in the abduction and deaths that will be never known or you it keeps. You don't even know there. Wasn't oh my god. It wasn't no motive. He just grabbed them and drove. Your wasn't emotive. Talk about it until we go no motive. This is a crap story. There was a movie that you just did ours just ridden when the abduction in deaths of mary and alman am ryan lee album franks entered a plea deal of no contest knowing that he could get the maximum sentence he told the judge he just wanted to get it over with judge copen aver then sentence franks franks on two consecutive life terms on the to charges of intentional murder imposing a five year minimum sentence of the death of mrs alman. That's s. nothing <hes> because of the use of a gun in the murder a ten year minimum sentence was imposed in the death of ryan lee alman because the boys aged aged elect of remorse on the part of the holt in years. It's like it's like they're saying oh my gosh she got all this time and because of the boys young age and lack of remorse that is so stupid however actual time served will be determined by the state eight parole board. That super store sucked 'cause the ending gear. You've got basically beginning. I wouldn't even list the basically because he didn't have a motive. He had one he sent saying yeah in twenty years not saying motive why don't go and tell the motive just say something. Well sucky ending thank you you know it's like a movie that you watch for two hours. It doesn't matter anyway as always i happen. Stand and i'm always drew. Go get those writing team. Our views put up. Please and we'll see you next time down in these boondocks baby will lower..

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"franks" Discussed on Bad In The Boondocks

Bad In The Boondocks

16:00 min | 3 years ago

"franks" Discussed on Bad In The Boondocks

"Thursday december the eighth nineteen ninety four span bauer pleaded no contest to charges guilty of the remaining sixteen charges. I i don't mean to be a spoiler but mine pleaded. No contest to s weird isn't it. That's like one out of five. He was found guilty for first degree intentional homicide and the drones and escaped it murders glenis way well. Where's the word at right here e._s._e. H. s. t. e. d. take yes. It's really difficult okay. It's really difficult. The sentencing came on december twentieth. The courtroom courtroom was pat to see what fate span bauer would receive the county courthouse was full of the families the core grenell trudy and also the families span our two previous rape rape victims. It was standing room. Only in part of the audience was sent out of the courtroom to watch the verdict on television circuit. Judge james bay organ was a far different judge. George bardwell back in nineteen seventy two there was leading it and there was no speculation any inmate innate goodness that might be left and coached out of spam bauer. It was the end of the road for him. The judge bay organ said the from what cesspool of hill use them from and odd can't send you back that could be worth is supposed to be like from around wisconsin right way no just yes. They were okay. What was what we're supposed to be saying. Okay well. I'll just tell you this okay. He said i don't know from what cesspool inhale oh you slither and dwayne. He's that it couldn't be possible. Double for the god they believed in would let a piece of shit like you walk this earth who him quote wow hey took into account the life expectancies of core jones nail intruding to calculate the time he deserved to be imprisoned and span bauer was handed handed three life terms plus the maximum consecutive sentences on the other crimes a total of four hundred and three years this person and the earliest possible time span bauer could be a free man would be december twentieth one nine one. Oh wow yeah well however he would not make that far because he died in prison. Spam bauer died on monday july twenty nine two thousand two at dodge correctional institution. He was pronounced dead at four twenty five <hes> p._m. In the prison hospital an all top sued was performed revealed that the final stages of liver disease and coronary heart disease worthy worthy causes of his death spanned out spam bauer previously instructed the daughters that he should not be resuscitate. If you flatland that's david spam really gonna do donovan franks but let me look at this last wasn't put on death row or something which can didn't have decimals but and then he likes to live by because you know what a lot of people a lot of killers and stuff they are already reclusive. They don't live company so i'm going to heaven except for that. Don't kill oh. I mean they live by their sell through is and then dial natural causes his name ms donna mundane francs am sausage france yet again we had backend oregon portland oregon to be exact where murderers have swept through its cities throughout <hes> the years but on heartache and sorrow feels the lives of so many there who's lost loved ones but particularly in this case will be talking about mary. Ann alman aged thirty two in her cute five year old son ryan lee all both the story began at the almond residents is located in the twenty four hundred block of southeast seventy nine avenue. That's a mouthful. It was tuesday june second nineteen eighty-one right near my poor. Marian ryan disappeared in they were last seen by neighbor around one pm standing in front of the house about to start washing the families white sports car. Sadly this chore could not not be completed. Suspicions of foul play did not rise until later that tuesday evening however when mary and husband has been arrived home from work in found the garage door open the white sports car was missing in the front door of the home was swat oakland once inside the hell c- made a frantic search every room calling out his wife insulin's insulin's name but there were no answers and there was a note saying that there wasn't a note saying that they will return turn shortly. He didn't really expect to find a note. He reason that if his wife and son had lived at least they would walk up the house. He called on the portland police bureau. Andy reported if swipe inside missing you and normally a person would have to be missing for seventy two hours but because of these circumstances on the <hes> the police did except on the report and officers were dispatched to the alman home the distraught husband told the officers that he called home about noon and talked with his wife and that he was his wife's in that he with the hair yeah in that he called back in our later <unk> but received no answer and this was in the eighties. Yeah i'll kill skipping a free lawn. I don't know does that ever happen but this was no cell phones and stuff so this has to be landline call yeah he told the cops that tuesday was his wife. Stay off at a a southwest portland safeway food store where she worked as a clerk and planned to use the day to catch up on some chores around the house but when he arrived home the wife and son that he loved were nowhere and his statements were being taken other officers began contacting every known friend mary had but apparently no one had seen her or or her boy roy. Moore was the vehicle n._p._r. Knows gone then they contacted almonds baby sitter however were they were informed that mrs almond and her son were in front of their house at approximately one thirty pm and quote she she was out near her car said diana stevenson the babysitter. It looked like she was getting ready to wash it. Which is what the other another neighbor said later the same afternoon. Diana told police that she drove by the house and saw the garage door was open as well as the front door house. It's not like her to leave the house open and a sketchy as it was officers to down formation about the missing mother and her son and marking the beginning of an intensive. It's of hard-driving investigation but i also think it's sketchy that that babysitter did amos speak hello tour yeah i mean she's he's busby keeping a job. You don't you see her. You don't say hey or latin child here with me or anything like that and she saw wise amaechi robot a house twice elena sense that's true but <hes> this this will lead the police nato messed me up that will lead police from the state's northern border to its southernmost line following the missing person report the night passed fair slowly for mrs almonds husband as he may capless attempts to find his wife and so on but his efforts ended in failure in frustration despite his very very high hopes that he would found that he would find his child and wife alive and he went under suspicion in this town he i think he was but on i would think so in the meantime crime experts remained at the elman home late in in the night looking for clues but of course you know it turned out to be nothing earlier in the evening and all points bulletin was out concerning the missing white sports car but again the investigators obtained no results is slight the the woman and child just vanished into thin air early the next morning lieutenant paul lovejoy the oregon state a police officer in been being reported that a state trooper who only just learned of the disappearance he stopped a wight sports car part off u s highway ninety seven about a mile or so south of lava boot on the lower boot. We're not in france them font lava bbut at five p._m. The day before nearly a hundred fifty miles south east of portland that was a one hundred fifty miles from where she lived okay. This is the same day say neither of them. Yeah well. The next day ohka as a result police launched a massive search of of the area that same morning covering thick brush you to rain by foot as the hunt continued every patch of ground was was gone over over and over again but there was no hope ours pass with no results and the the starch was impact beginning to copeland's the store. I didn't mean to put what is that supposed to be searched like what <hes> but just with four or the search was about to be caught off at eleven a._m. To volunteers storm what over the bodies of a woman and a little boy lying face down near your paula brush and thorns shocked and horrified neither of the men touch their bodies why you got joe chow out there. Which searching searching did you say it was a china. Oh said to volunteer. I thought you said one was child. I'll know yet. They still got the norman. I got added mithras but they ran off to go get assistance. It was such a gruesome sight. <hes> officer speculated in it was presumed that the victims pleaded for their lives after being made to lie life face down in front of their killer only moments before being shot in the back of their heads and this was that that hundred fifty mile wipe place yeah <hes> the misery of waiting and the anguish created by not knowing the fate of his son and wife was finally over for the distraught husband and portland only sorrow in greenfield field his lonely mind when law enforcement officials told him that the victims found shot to death at lava boot lava but were marianne in ryan leeann in search of clues <hes> they searched the ground near the bodies an- items for look for items <hes> of like hairs or bits of clothing fire fiber father's yes although such items were not present the crimin- criminalist did find after after much searching to to spent bullet cartridges which they believed one housed thirty eight caliber slugs thus prompting them to theorize that the victims were in d. Cruella killed at the spot where their bodies were found near the area where the bodies were found the police found an interesting set of footprints and basically it looked like the person was crippled because they found imprint of a walking cane. Oh my god four stick were still so could their killer be crippled could he. Oh without finding any other evidence that make plans came was also a gun. That'd be pretty cool. Actually anyways they decided that nothing else could be done there so they removed mariam ryan from the brush and sent them to van that was waiting. The bodies were taken to portland where the autopsies would be performed. I'm ok well. They got kidnapped football. The police then went door to door to the almonds neighbors trying to find useful leads in the case but what it did that before i don't know i i don't know of course this provided very little information that went nowhere following the completion of the autopsy dr lumine which that.

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"franks" Discussed on Steeven Orr Else

Steeven Orr Else

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"franks" Discussed on Steeven Orr Else

"Meanwhile at the Franks and beans Comic Bookstore Good Morning Virgil O.`Hurley Chuck wouldn't expect you back so soon you get your eggs. I did thank you well. That's great you all know the mission for your wife why yes virgil in fact I hi am. It's my nephew's birthday tomorrow. Little Tyke is turning eight and my wife said before to procure for him. Some sort of gift and I couldn't help noticing the last time I was here. The two sold action figures. Yes we do in the car. Make him out. No no no now not today. Chuck never again what you out of my store. I don't understand if I'd done something to offend you abner or what the heck he's a murderer virgil he killed that letter carrier said so himself last week you know what now that you mentioned and I do recall him. I'm saying something about shooting a letter care and bearing him under his house. Well Chuck what he had to say for yourself well to tell the truth gents Gosh. This is rather embarrassing. Spit it out well to be honest high made the whole thing up. You made needed up you mean you ain't never killed nobody of course not then. Why did you say I said it because I wanted the two of you to think I was cool? That's pretty messed up joke yes. I know I'm sorry jets. It's just well. I have what doctors referred for two as crippling social issues. I never know how to act around people and well. You both seem to be such swell fellas that I wanted to impress. You scared the crap Fatima Chuck. That's what you did funny. You didn't seem scared at the time <unk> abner deals with fear by being rude. Yes I suppose that makes sense. You look for anything in particular checkers this just a social call well as I was telling Virgil I'm in the market to purchase one of your action figures great. You got your eyes on any specific diffic- wants in fact I do my nephew has always been rather partial to the old cut tune about that monthly gent tough guy you know it. Are you kidding. He's tough. He's a guy he stepped down. Yes indeed that's that's the one we'll urine. Look not only do we have a tough guy in stock but all of our action figures are on sale a sale how far to artists what shopkeeper Virgil. I'M GONNA leave you to it now. I need to make a run to the bank. See Around Chuck yes you to Abner. I will see you around the places in which social people congregate so you're now back to at Virgil. Tell me.

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"franks" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

06:28 min | 3 years ago

"franks" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The telephones Franks on the phone he called in from Lawrence Massachusetts Frank you're on the air welcome to the show thanks for thanks for having me on the show I really appreciate a long time listener here well thank you very much you're more than welcome to join also how can I help you my my question pertains to investing in either a raw for one K. or traditional four oh one K. this is this is the first time in my career that I've had the opportunity to choose which one you invest in right I'm sixty two years young so I can invest the maximum which I believe is about what twenty four thousand five hundred and it's it's a it's confusing to me because if I can invest post tax in the raw persist in the pre tax it seems to me that post tax investment is actually more dollars so would make more sense to invest in the raw then in the traditional for one K. so can you shed some light on that for me sure additionally when you have a four one K. it your employer those contributions generally have been pre tax meaning you get a tax deduction for the money you put into the four one K. plan now a days many employers are offering a Roth option within the plan which says that when you put money in the plan there's no tax deduction for the contribution but later in retirement the withdrawals are tax free at least under current tax law so it raises the question which should you do should you put money in and get a tax deduction now or should you get a tax deduction later it doesn't matter another words investing ten dollars now and paying the taxes later war investing eight dollars now and not paying taxes later it's the same math doesn't make any difference and that is why Congress allows you to do either one because it's not natural from a tax perspective now we're assuming that there's no change in tax rates between now and the future if that changes then so will the math but when the assumption that the today's tax rate is the same as the future tax rate it doesn't make any difference with the pay the tax now or what do you pay the tax later the net value of your account is going to be remaining unchanged okay okay very good well I appreciate you bring clarity to the to the question so here's the way you answer it then do you believe that your tax rate in the future will be lower than your tax rate today based on the current situation I think tax rates will probably be a little bit higher in the future if that's true then you would much rather pay the tax today at today's lower rates that are used for the duck double account not the rough okay notice I'm not saying whether I agree or disagree with you I'm simply saying based on what you said that's what you should do right right okay well again I appreciate it it's been very helpful my pleasure thanks so much for calling Frank a really appreciate it thank you very much Rick take have a good day you too you can do it Frank didn't call us to triple H. planned Rick if you can call while we're doing the show no problem you can just send me your audio clip use your smartphone to record your voice and send it via email to ask Rick at reccomend a calm that's what did here's his question hello Rick my name's herb and thank you for taking this question recently you said that social security should be no more than thirty to forty percent of someone's expenses in retirement I am now retired in my social security is about forty five percent of our expenses when my wife retires within about two years our combined social security will be about seventy percent of our expenses seems to me that the more that social security covers our expenses the list we need to draw from our investments please clarify thank you yes we're talking about two different things there's a difference between how much of your expenses social security will cover and how much of your expenses you are dependent on for social security to be able to allow you to pay for there's a difference there so yeah it's great that you don't have to touch your investments because you're getting income from social security that's very different from saying without social security wouldn't be able to afford it in other words you're the poster child you have a lot of money in investments it sounds like I am a relatively small amount of Mead lifestyle wise you're doing a good job at not spending a lot of money relative to your investments that's great so the fact that your expenses are largely being covered by social security is fine but that's not the way it is meant to be for most folks Miller's what we discover is that according to the national statistics for more than sixty percent of American retirees they get most of their money from social security meaning without social security they would be in poverty that's what you want to avoid so you're doing it correctly and die wish everybody else was as well so look at your own situation you know how much money you need on a monthly basis to support your lifestyle where is that money going to come from now prior to retirement the money comes from your job board jobs so that paycheck were all the paychecks that you're collecting between you and your spouse is what you use to pay your bills what happens when the paychecks stop how we use them pay your bills we are going to turn to three other sources one is a pension you're probably not getting a pension only seventeen percent of companies offer them these days so unless you're working for a state or local or federal government you're not going to qualify for a pension most likely social security which pretty much everybody is qualifying for and that provides a certain amount of income the very most is around twenty five hundred a month for the average check is fourteen hundred a month.

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"franks" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"franks" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"But I also like, holy Helena. I've been sort of waiting to see you know, kind of that breakthrough race. She's obviously, a classy filly, and she's pointing greatest stakes company. But I just always felt like there was a little something more. And that if we ever thought, she might be, you know, head and shoulders above the rest. She gets a little worked up sometimes. So I'm kind of going to look at her in the paddock due to see what our composure is. But I do like her quite a bit. And of course, Jimmy jerkins four Frank Stronach. And you gotta expect the the Jimmy and Jose Corrales are doing everything in their power to make sure that the the horses wearing those Dina jackets will will run. Well, Frank Franks, usually good for a trip to the winter circle on these kinds of days, whether it's Pimlico or at Santa needed that he has an uncanny knack of getting down to the winner circle. You know, we should mention John service has taken over tricky escape and. Jyrki escape a very nice race mare. Lynn Ashby that a wonderful job with this daughter of hat trick. And John services had her for now for a couple of months, and a makes us to see the reports on her Mike Welsh will join us later, and we'll be looking forward as well to the. Report. On the clock information. So tricky escape always I always look at her three times in any of these spots. The hurricane birdie seven eighths for the Phillies in mayors, and here is the newly crowned champion, sprinting female shamrock rose..

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