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"goodyear" Discussed on Longform Podcast
"And this is meghan o'rourke and she said they're looking for an assistant Editorial assistant so and. I just always remember this. I put my resume in the mail because email was like not quite the thing yet so put my resume in the mail and john bennett. Who was really amazing editor at the new yorker. Who was i think maybe thirty years one of the senior editors there He hired me to be his assistant. Along with. I worked for john bennett and liam aitken. And that was the real beginning of my education in narrative nonfiction. Because john lee were very low key editors like they didn't require me to make lunch reservations or pick up dry cleaning or anything like that so john would usually just say. Why don't you just go to the library. And read everything by janet malcolm today or like this week. Talk so i would do that. And i found her shopping columns from the sixties. That were just amazing Just sort of variety of work that someone like did over her many decades at the new yorker i think also is very freeing to realize you can start off doing one thing and the end up doing something completely different so i did a lot of reading and then also started editing a little bit and just even just copying the editors i worked for their proofs onto other proofs and making these master documents. I could see what all the copy editors were suggesting. And why or why. Not editors were accepting those changes and just that was a real education for me and then i went to work for david ramnik as his assistant and obviously to be working in close proximity with david. Ramnik was an incredible opportunity and experience and i started writing but i think the other thing. That's really important is about this part of the story and for people who are listening. Is that the mentoring. That i received was so generous. And i always try to think about how to do that for other people even though i don't work in an office or have any jobs offer but The managing editor of the new yorker at the time was helen chair and she heard me talking about something that i had done and she said you should write that for talk of the town and i really don't think i ever would have pitched something. It would have taken me a long time to pitch something. But she said that thing that you're talking about is a story so you should write it and she helped me f- kind of navigate that process and then i started doing restaurant reviews then. I had an eating budget. That was amazing. Unbelievable unbelievable when i was doing tables for two and but i it was definitely david who said why. Don't you think about a profile. What do you want to do and i. That's just an act of generosity. He did not need another person. Pitching him profiles. But the first profile i wrote was a profile of stanley kunitz so i felt like i could bring appreciation for the world of poetry if not knowledge about at that age and stanley. Was this incredibly old fascinating human. I think he was ninety nine or something. At the time that i started interviewing him and i would go to his apartment Maybe ninety seven his apartment right near washington square park and then henry fender. Who's also an incredible editor. He was my editor for the first few stories and he really helped me come at it. A little more directly. I think my instinct for a liquid is like something that i fight against a lot so i remember the lead. Was this very circuitous. Like the neighbor looking at stanley through his window late at night which may be now. I could make Feel really direct and immediate but at age twenty five or whatever. I couldn't So anyway henry helped me get to the point and Shape that into a profile that worked for the magazine and it just gave me this sense of you know you can learn a lot by writing about the lives of especially the long lives of really accomplished people and as you as you sort of settled into doing more of those do you feel like you gravitate towards a particular type of person in the sense of. I mean it's funny. You mentioned that florian henkel von donner smart. Because i feel like that sort of way of seeing. There's something there. Because i mean that's jonathan gold. He had this particular way of Approaching food writing and then you profile this photographer though the one that really stuck with me and we'll stick with me as this photographer who just goes to the most extreme places and takes a want exposure endures all this danger to take one photograph that basically like never gets displayed anywhere. It's like a lifelong project that he's putting together and then there's like in some ways. James cameron is that he's dislike figure who has particularly strong outlook in the way he sees the world in the way. The world has to be so i feel like there is something there I don't know if i'm strong enough to perceive the exact through line. But i thought maybe you would. I do find people who take risks are artistic and physical or even intellectual risks really interesting. Why is that. I don't know. But i do think that. The headline writers kind of have run out of variations on using the word extreme in the headlines or the titles for my stories. It is interesting to think about people who lay a lot on the line to do their work and especially. When that's work that i find that especially interesting in artists where there is not a strict necessity in a survival necessity sense to make work like that so i think there's also something about people who will james cameron thomas joshua cooper flan von donner's mark There's so many people that i have written about who take a really long time with their projects where they're years or decades.
"goodyear" Discussed on Longform Podcast
"Evan personal booth. Oh yeah. I got this little thing to Improve a sound here at my desk and he listeners can let us know how that went doing the boring thing where it talk about things. People can't say who's on the show this week. Listen to this week. I spoke to dana. Goodyear who is a longtime staff writer for the new yorker magazine in los angeles. And i have for many years loved reading her profiles of all things west coast hollywood food arts. You name it. And she currently has a podcast out. That's a little bit different from a lot of her pass. Work called lost hills. And it's kind of rolling out week by week. I think episodes six has just dropped and it's about a random and very tragic murder that took place in a park in malibu and a series of sort of unsolved serial shootings that preceded it a lot of bumbling police work and her own investigation which took place over several years of trying to figure out what's going on the shows are great. Listen and we talked about what went into reporting it was different from her new yorker work. We also talked about her new yorker work and it was great conversation at some point. I feel like maybe we just need to do a whole episode. That's about going from writing long for magazine features to doing podcast. I feel like so many of the guests. We have on our like magazine. Writers turned narrative podcast makers and at some point. Maybe we should just dedicate a whole episode to that transition. Yeah it's a thing. We should do a super cut i have. I had this on the top of mike. You i do. I do agree. I feel like i've had a very high batting adverage with a new yorker writers lapsing into podcasts. So far is a listener so excited for this one. It's the police to be and another thing. I'm excited about is mail chimp and their incredible newsletter service which plugs into all of the different platforms. You already used and does all kinds of reporting so you can understand your audience better than anywhere else on the web. Do with malcolm they bring the show to you every week. Thank you to malcolm and now. Here's evan with dana goodyear. Welcome to the long-term podcast. Thank you so much very nice to have you i The excuse for this is that you have this show out right now. Which seems to be a big hit. So congratulations on that. And i also been really enjoying it. But it's interesting. Because i think of you as a profiler not only profiles you've written about all sorts of things but i particularly always remember these profiles that you've done some of which are about pretty highbrow folks in some cases you're able to capture these people and the show came out which i did not know was coming. I had not heard anything about. And you're kind of like Your grubbing around in the underworld of malibu in with the cops and investigating a murder and it seemed like something different for you and in this show you kind of describe it as something different so i kinda wanted to start with a show and we'll get back to some of your other writing in a little bit and just find out. How did this start so a few years ago in two thousand seventeen. I reported a story in malibu about the mountain lion population out there and i knew the area a little bit just from hiking but I didn't have a sense of this sort of very different. Malibu which is a little bit more you know you see really strange things. When you're spending time in those hills you see groups of teenagers. In camouflage walking around in the hills there are old now defunct sort of youth detention centers up there. There are all kinds of stories about mysterious goings on and and getting into the mountain lion research. This sort of shadier. Malibu started to emerge in my imagination. And what i was learning about. And then you know. When i heard about this murder that happened in malibu creek state park which was an area had been with wildlife biologists exploring and getting that kind of chivalry creepy feeling that there were lots of things happening here. That really weren't ever kind of connecting to the popular idea of what malibu is and and not always interests me when there's a seam between what appears to be an what is and so. This murder was so awful and it was so inexplicable. The person that it happened to the victim trust imboden was utterly relatable character. You know this dad who was camping with his young children and so right away. I just thought. I want to figure out how this happened. There you know the one thing anybody thinks about malibu is that it's one of the safest places to live in this county and you don't really hear about violent crime there and you definitely really don't hear about random violent crime there so it seemed like there was definitely more to that story than what was an and also very little is available at first so i just right away started going out there and trying to figure out what had happened and is this something that if you live in l. a. It was in the news a lot. It was on the news all time it was. I never i didn't hear it. Like i never heard of it and i have that sort of distant view of malibu a ritzy place in such as such there and but was this something that everyone was talking about her was kind of fleeting thing and you just grabbed it. It was such a shocking event. That anyone at all local probably heard about it so meaning you know people in la county heard about. It was also a national headline. And i think briefly an international headline that simply to do with the dateline malibu aspect of it because it is true that things that happen. They're gonna more attention. I mean it's kind of weirdly a consumer product. The idea of malibu. So and i think that contradiction of you know wait. This happened in malibu. Bad stuff doesn't happen. Malibu which is of course something that victims and their families were told repeatedly in the aftermath of these violent events. The this kind of thing doesn't happen here. Well it just did happen here. So what does it mean that. There's this persistent titian of the almost like a mantra of bad. Things don't happen here. It's actually incredibly unsettling creepy to have officials and law enforcement figures saying that to victims and their families. And so when you say you started going out there do you. I call up an editor. And say hey. I'm thinking about doing this or you start going out there before you even know what the story is. The very very first thing that happened. Is that a of mine who lives in the. There's a a little neighborhood right across from the park. And she said you know this is in the summer of two thousand eighteen. When after the murderer of tristan baudat the story of earlier victims started to come out and those had all been kind of kept quiet by law enforcement but those stories bubbled up and my friend who lives there was calling me and saying i've called nine one one multiple times or shots in the night. Every you know so often and so she and i had a long kind of download coffee and that's the first thing that happened to and i was like okay. Tell me everything. And then i called my editor and my editor at the new yorker is nick trautwein. Who's just absolutely wonderful editor. And we talked about how to do a story for the new yorker when everything is unresolved..
"goodyear" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Goodyear hotline. But yes, Katie George, your hand is up already for this last hour. I want to redeem myself. I thought of one. Remember when Texas A and M and Alice, you went to seven overtimes in 2018? I think your five hours Yeah. Five hours. It was so long that it changed the rules of overtime. So that's your favorite overtime game. No, I'm just coming up with one. So, Yeah, you could redeem yourself. Luke. Luke Hancock are USB in basketball analyst on over with the A C C network. We were discussing this. And when the guess what Minnesota Duluth and had a five overtime hockey game last night against North Soda on so best overtime game you've ever seen personally have been a part of Ooh, I will say this did not end well for me. So I came to believe I'm bringing up these nightmare memories here. But Notre Dame six Notre Day I always say my last time in South Bend might be my last time in South Bend. We We played Notre Dame and rustic Eolas must've been point shaving or something like that, because he was trying to keep Notre Dame in the game. They took us the five overtimes. I played 2.5 times. My season average and minutes played like 56 minutes of a 40 minute game, and it ended at like 1 30 in the morning, and I just remember my mom put up a post on Facebook or something like that after the first overtime. He said. I need a drink after the second overtime I need to after the third overtime. I think she was getting a little tipsy or something like that. Because it was. It was a late night to say the least. But a wild game. I remember watching that game Luke with my parents, and we actually had our hotel rooms booked for spring break up in New York City. Go watch You guys play in the Big East Tournament, the last one that was played in Madison Square Garden. When you guys lost and six overtimes, my dad said it's not worth it. We're not going all the way up to New York the money So we cancel the trip You got after they lost Pete to Notre Dame. They didn't lose another game because they won the Big East tournament and then went on to win the national title. Your dad shipped out simply because Luke Hancock could not seal the deal in South Korea. We were there every step of the way for the incidental a tournament I will say, But we we did not witness what happened then. Since your garden which is very, very sad. Said. You have to give Mr George some grief on that when you got that was the one that that was the catalyst for us after we had that lost her like that. We can't feel this anymore and it turned our season around 51 17 18 straight after that, I mean, you're right. You're skating hot at the right time. And because you look at this, there's no reason why I look. When we start looking at the games last night, you're thinking all right. What's going to happen with Oregon State who was picked last in the Pac 12? Now they've had six top. Their last six games is literally Winner Go home. They win the Pac 12 tournament. They go on and win and beat loyalty last night, But ultimately what have you seen so far? That may be shocked. You're surprised you the most out of the games yesterday. Well, what shocked me The most was Syracuse. I didn't think they brought their best game last night. I figured after a week of preparation for Houston that they would have been ready to go. The only scored 46 points. A lot of the games last night were kind of ugly and you would think with with a week to press that they would have figured out how to get some better opportunities. I guess the whole week was spent on on defense and offensive rebounding, which obviously favored Houston Cougars pretty hard in that Syracuse game. But there were a lot of 20 point haves and struggling offense is out there. That really shocked me after a week and when you get to this point in the tournament Like you said teams usually playing their best basketball and you saw you saw some rough ones. You saw defense wins. And that doesn't care you to a national championship. Always. You know, you gotta bring the offensive punch. You gotta be able to put the ball in the basket. And I think teams with glaring weaknesses get exposed. Once you get to this point, I think today is gonna be a awesome slate of games. I think there are some really good matchups today. Which one are you looking most forward Two of the four today I think Florida State in Michigan. I think both those teams have a ton of talent for the state's been incredible on the defensive end to the point I just made their their first weekend was often they only had one half of basketball. We're a team scored more than 30 points, and that was Colorado and they were blowing them out in the second half of that game. Michigan You know you don't get to be a number one seed in this tournament unless you've been playing elite basketball consistently. For a long time. They did have some stumbled down the stretch they got blasted by Illinois. They got beat up by Michigan State and then lost to Ohio State in the Big 10 tournament, have turned around and lost the 2 15 games. Orel Roberts. So there are some weaknesses there for Michigan for the state deep. They're very athletic. They were the best three point shooting team in the A. C. C. The first two games did not shoot it well over nine in the first game, actually against UNC Greensboro, So I'm hoping the week off for them. Just let them settle down a little.
MLB announces revised 2021 Spring Training schedule
"Major league baseball announcing this afternoon. A revised two thousand twenty one spring training schedule with times. Cactus league teams like the reds are gonna play twenty. Eight came across thirty days with two off days and grapefruit. League clubs will play a regionalized scheduled. To mitigate travel afford the reds. They will start now. A day later than was originally planned reds playing the indians in goodyear on february the twenty eighth. We are sixteen days away from that. They'll have a day off on saturday march. Sixth on monday march twenty second. Finish up the cactus league on monday. March twenty ninth. They'll have to off days and then open the season in cincinnati against the saint. Louis cardinals a lot of these games we are. I think used for the most part spring training games taking place during the day and they've had more games at night in recent years certainly the last decade since they moved to arizona. I as a sarasota and before then plant city. The number of night games was typically pretty small. And there's been a few more. In recent years there are more for instance that first week of games. They played two games during the day and then four games at six o'clock mountain time. Eight o'clock here and then after that one two three four five six seven eight nine ten eleven twelve thirteen fifteen games in spring training which is not usual in fact. I'm looking here at their home games during the week pretty much. All of their home games are going to be at night. They have three saturday home games and then they have to. One o'clock games that are played during the day. And my guess here is. Maybe and i haven't looked at this. Because i'm kind of doing this on the is you could probably tell his night games against the indians to this year facility with but i wonder if that's in part because they want the indians to go and not travel as much so they're gonna play day games. I don't know but nonetheless more night games than usual but the date you care about. First game is against cleveland in goodyear february. The twenty eighth twenty. Cactus league games and thirty days there remains the possibility that cactus league games at least in the early going are gonna be five innings or seven innings. Just because there's not going to be as many guys in camp. At least at the outset we will see we will see sixteen days between now and and
Indians won't have fans at spring training workouts
"Cleveland Indians have announced that their spring Tink training complex in Goodyear will not be open to fans. For spring training due to the covert 19 pandemic. The fan policy for games at Goodyear Ballpark still under consideration, as is the start time for the Cactus League schedule again, the Cleveland Indians, announcing no fans will be permitted for spring training due to the covert 19 pandemic.
WNBA players celebrate Warnock's projected win over Loeffler
"Right. Before the insurrection at the capital there was two senate runoff elections that the country had their is on in one of them. The reverend raphael warnock defeated the incumbent. Appointed senator kelly leffler in georgia. Kelly leffler for about ten years has been a partial owner of the atlanta dream of the wnba. She's now the majority owner but she's been around the team for now ten or eleven years and you may have heard her own players and much of the wnba is diametrically opposed to everything that leffler stands force. It was a very interesting situation to see everything develop earlier this week. And then how it works in the team dynamic for more on that. Let's welcome and renee. Montgomery actually a guard for the atlanta dream. She joins us this morning. She's actually rejoining us this morning a second time. She's been on with this. Good morning to you so i guess the first thing i gotta ask you is being a member of the team and understanding everything. That's going on on the floor in off the floor. What's the reaction of you and your teammates to misled losing this election. So i'm just gonna speak for myself and the reaction is. It's not even just her losing. Its rafael worn off. One and i wanna make sure that the messaging stays clear because there's some things that happened on january six is trying to take away from the fact that a black man is going to send it a jewish man from georgia's going to send it and we won the presidential race so i would say for me. It's a sweep. it's a three no sleep. So the the the feeling is happy. Rene speaking of january six. What are your thoughts on everything that occurred that day. Yeah you know. It's kinda like we all felt something was gonna happen. I was worried after november. Third ominously like when when the number started tied and we could see that joe biden. Really my win this thing you know. We all started to get a little nervous even here in georgia the aquarium shutdown coach color. They all boarded up their their buildings because we were all expecting some type of reaction and not a good one so then to see what happened on january six and see the lack of policing that was there it was it was disappointing and most call a spade a spade. It was terrorism. Domestic terrorism is the term that we should use for that renee montgomery innately. Sorry thanksgiving i was going to say what is say about the platform that the wnba has like you guys like even a month before. Colin kaepernick took a knee in two thousand sixteen. The wnba pre-game conference about police brutality. You guys were black. Lives matters t shirts before it was even a thing. Guys always been the leader at the forefront say about the platform that you guys have in the work that you guys have been doing you know. I hope people start to licking because a lot of brands. A lot of sponsors. They don't see the value in in women would say 'cause you know. I think i saw a tweet. From china robinson that said of sponsorship for women athletics how chow especially now knowing the impact that a women's league not just so a player but a whole week and have i don't understand why there's no interest but i do hope that just seeing how things transpired and how everyone to see what's going on. I hope that there is some value added to women now. Renee montgomery of the atlanta dream is joining us. This morning on keyshawn jay williams zubin were presented by progressive. Insurance and rene is with us on the goodyear hotline to robinson by the way. Espn women's college basketball analyst shaina. Yes shoutout. I want to ask you this because people may not want to go back to leffler because i think this is just so fascinating with how clear she's been in how clear you guys have been She used to be for people. That aren't aware that maybe don't follow the dream on everyday basis. She used to be a constant present. at games. a practice you'd be a team functions. He was always be sitting in the front row. She was very active owner. Obviously things have changed when she went to the senate got other responsibilities. I just wonder what your relationship is with her. The team's relationship with her you know even before the senator race i would just fear before the games. We've been to her house. Where team function. But i mean any of the players know you're not usually best friends with owner in general you know you typically would talk more to your g Even when it comes to contracts and stuff so we did see her there and we would wait and she was you know. I know that she released herself. From you. know day to day duties as she became a senator but she was president and the wnba. I know probably the letter was her trying to distance herself. Thing is how she's republican and the wnba. Is you know highly majority. Lgbt in black and brown community. So i can understand why she's trying to distance ourselves but it wasn't the case beforehand. Rene we're kind of personal discussions if any at all have you had. We'll often about social justice nine. I'm you know this was a typical owner-player relationship. So you know. I never talked to my minnesota on her about social justice. And i know that this time is is different but by the time that all of these things try Started to unfold. You know it was already. She was already too far. gone by. then how do you feel now that everything is transpired and she still co owner of the team for me and this is gonna be unpopular to say but for me. I'm sure she's not the only owner. That probably feels the way she feels. And so i hope that the wnba and hope that you know even her you know i. I've already posed the question. I don't know why he would want to own a wnba team. If you have to write a letter to the commissioner opposing. Everything that that team is standing for you know. Our team is the atlanta dream. And i don't know if people know that's from martin. Luther king's dream speech. That's how we got our name so if you oppose everything that we fundamentally stand for. I don't see how you can build a relationship there. I don't know why you'd want to be there
"goodyear" Discussed on Ridiculous History
"Could just have yelled out to anyone. They floated past and the parachutes refine their were couple of things missing. Smoke bombs and life jackets. So do they jump out. Problem is that it was common for military pilots to just where the life jackets already right. Even if wasn't going and again these were highly trained airship pilots and like we said the briefcase The briefcase which contained i guess like manifest type things with the cargo or payload or whatever information was found behind the pilot seat in a lock box situation. So the implication there was that cody adams wouldn't have thought what was happening with syria enough to warrant getting rid of those documents so they wouldn't fall into enemy hands right. Yeah and it makes sense and the navy is at a loss. They search everywhere as we said for these. These two missing men The comb the area the fight path all nights and for the next three days. They have good weather for the search but they cannot find any sign of these officials The navy said that they think there's it's highly unlikely that these guys would have been attacked by enemy forces. Nobody like the navy went on record saying no one can give a satisfactory explanation of what happened. So they start asking civilians and naval personnel. No they found that there were no missiles. There were no there are no fires. No attacks there didn't seem to be any kind of miscellaneous conduct on the part of the ground crew or anyone and they went back to the ships who said yeah. We saw them just fine in the ocean totally and there's a lot of video video photography you can find online and in like in some of these history youtube videos that we looked at Of you know the thing just kind of hovering there. There's there's a good shot of it like all kinds of caved in in the middle like like the broken weiner situation So then commander francis connell heads up aboard to launch an inquiry Weeklong inquiry that takes testimony from all these folks that we're talking about naval personnel that were involved Established that there is quote from the inquest No fire no submersion no misconduct and no missiles struck the l. eight That other shift that we talk about this the fishing vessel daisy gray and From the military vessel the gallon all testified gave the timestamps. You know all of the the sequence of events was laid out very clearly and remember there was that one point where they absolutely did see the crew members aboard in that in that gondola. It's not huge and there's like you know very clear windows so you can see. There's there's people on there. Yeah nobody could answer the most basic questions. Why did they stop. Broadcasting radio's working. Why did they leave the airship midflight. What happens that mysterious Stretch of time between when they spotted the oil slick and when they came ashore ocean beach between seven. Forty two and eleven fifteen. Am this is the weirdest part. Why didn't they send a radio message after these cited that oil slick If if one person fell from the cabin while investigating why didn't someone else rate the other guy. Radio for help like where. Where the hell did they go. This is where the conspiracies proliferate you had people saying well they were captured by a japanese sub. And then of course because it's world war two you had people say no no no. They were spying for japan. And then rendezvous with one os sneaky. Japanese subs to make their escape answer. Sting that's It's interesting one. yeah but it. In the the results of this inquest really generated more questions than answers right And of course whenever you have a vacuum of Of of answers it's going to be filled by all kinds of outlandish theories And there were quite a few You just mentioned a couple but they even weirder. I mean it's not really within the scope of this episode but alien abduction was even Something that's been kicked around over the years right One of my favorites or maybe the one might not my favorite but the one that seems most plausible is that there was a malfunction and one of the crew members had to climb outside of the airship to you. Know mess with it And then got stuck was in peril in some way and the other crew member had to go to his rescue and then they both fell brian. But it again. It seems a little weird like that. They would both be put themselves in that situation right. Yeah this is no holds barred speculation. The one that's the most hilarious to me is the idea that a stowaway had snuck on board and in mid air has somehow overpowered. These guys got rid of them. Got rid of themselves as well. But if you've ever seen the inside of one of these compartments there's no place for someone to sneak away and hide. It's just not happening. They would be very very small. Is like one of those like kia model bedrooms. You know like. I mean but with waylon way fewer compartments problem and way less way less scandinavian design. No question about it then. There's the theory that it was some kind of a wall situation gone awry or they're trying to escape like you said not a japanese spy situation just literally trying to get the heck out of there And then my personal favorite is that it was a it was over a woman. There is some kind of bizarre love triangle. Situation going on one crew been murdered the other And they all you know but dumped his body and then fell overboard. That is yeah. karma's gonna get you here comes. Another here comes one. It'll be familiar to so they don't want you to know listeners In an episode. We just did about the disappearance of a young woman on a disney cruise. ship The idea of a rogue wave which is often in nautical investigations. Kind of like the go-to it was a rogue wave. Which if you're not familiar with that it's just a massive massive wave. The kind of comes out of nowhere and fs here s up. Yeah not to be confused with the ranger wave a barred wave or paladin wave. They're very you know they're very discreet. Different classes waves be right now. Rogue waves come up as the lake last-ditch explanation when investigators are at a loss for something but they are real. They do happen. There's another theory by guy named otto. Gross who has a website called ghost. Blimp dot com. Well then he's legit well. He spins a tale. I think he says the blimp had been secretly testing experimental radar and the men were overpowered by. Microwaves in this caused them to tumble out of the cabin. But the thing about that story is good story but there's no proof of it so right now. The most plausible answer is also one of the most you know or at least satisfying the most frightening because they could have just made one silly mistakes. Something could have been wrong with the door. Someone leaned against it and then someone the other guy tried to grab his compatriot and then they both fell or something once. They hit that limit. They were having a mechanical malfunction and they didn't think that they didn't know they were going slow enough that they would be safer in the cabins. Maybe they just jumped out somewhere but then why parachutes though is The window for all this to have happened was pretty small from like when they were spotted to win the actual crash took place. Yeah yeah just from seven to eleven ish We still don't know that's the thing we don't know what happened to these two missing airman. We do know what happened to the l. eight though this is where it goes full circle as the mystery dies down remains unsolved and the case goes cold. The blimp is repaired and it resumes. Its duty this time as a training vessel and then after world war two. The navy gives the blimp back to the goodyear tire and rubber company and it becomes a goodyear blimp and it travels the friendly skies from until like nineteen eighty two when it was retired. And they're still goodyear blimps out there if you wanna see the The original ellie. Go splint you can. I believe it's where is it the naval aviation museum in pensacola florida. And it's on display now with the same markings had back in nineteen forty two. Ask pretty cool and you know. The goodyear blimps are known for kind of hovering over. You know sporting events and patrons of san francisco baseball would have seen this very same blimp The mysteriously crashed right in their neck of the woods hovering over candlestick park during games and with that the story of the ghost blimp ends or does it. Perhaps you fellow ridiculous historian know something. The rest of the world does not if that is the case. We would love to hear from you. You can find us on the internet. Find us on our facebook community page ridiculous stories where you can meet the best part of this. Show your fellow listeners. And if you like to sip the social meets you can also find us online as individuals. Cash us outside or on instagram. Where i am at how now no brown. How about you buddy. You can find me on twitter at ben. Bullen h. s. w. And you can find me on instagram. I'd love to Love to see you there. I'm at ben bullen Just hit me up with ideas for shows always a pleasure. And thanks as always to our super producer. Casey peg rem. 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"goodyear" Discussed on Ridiculous History
"The gutty membranes. That encase sausages yes. That's correct that's correct. Our show has low key. Had a love affair with blimps for very long time. It's good that we acknowledged that. Get it out in the open so from this place. Treasure island blimps are dispatched to patrol the coast. And they're searching for japanese subs. That's like the number one thing they're doing one of these blimps is the l. eight airship and it's part of what's called airship patrol squadron. Thirty two This was originally a goodyear blimp and it was used for advertising until the navy thought. Man the subs are killing us. Literally the navy went to goodyear and bought the blimp from them and then shipped it out to the west coast. And it's it's pretty cool. Presumably did a little retrofitting. You know. I imagine the the original goodyear version of didn't have like depth charges or whatever attached to it right. Yeah well one would hope would hope you know they did do some extensive work to the assembled. It they commissioned it. They added some things to it. It's a hundred and fifty feet long. It's held aloft by a huge envelope of helium. One hundred twenty three thousand cubic feet and it's powered by two pretty good engines. One hundred forty five horsepower It had it had a good reputation during before the navy got it. It'd flown more than one thousand times and all it did was maintenance and repair was really dependable Got say really quickly really cool kind of bad ass name of the engine was the warner super. Scarab type five. Yeah that's that's correct and like any other military vehicle. This thing is inspected on a regular basis so before the crew gets on board for this trip. This mystery trip about four days before they embark the elliott is examined. And it's found to be in fine working condition so it's should the should be a routine surveillance thing. I guess we should talk about The crew right. We've got a crew of two people in this. So in august sixteenth nineteen forty two. The two man crew of the l. eight was on a maneuver of a very routine maneuver in fact To conduct referred to as a raid along the coast of california and then returning to that base If i'm gonna stick in which was on treasure island. Ben yes yeah. That's that's where they're deploying exactly so The first pilot was a gentleman by the name of lieutenant. Ernest cody and the second pilot. A gentleman by of incen- charles adams. Ben i don't know what an ensign is. This is a new one for me. Yeah it's the sixteenth rank in the us navy so it's above a Receive i remember correctly. It's directly below a lieutenant junior grade. Got it sixteen. That's how many. I didn't realize there were that many ranks. Oh it's just the sixteenth one while they're paying a lot of ranks Love to learn more about those but They were both so so again up there they they they had some experience. We're not green Pilots with ernest dewitt. Cody was twenty seven years old Was quite experienced As the pilot of the l. a. This was his regular gig. He'd had a bit of a moment in the press spotlight Before when he was a part of a raid called the doolittle raid that made the news where sixteen b twenty five bombers were launched from a aircraft carrier to strike tokyo. The story there is on april fourth of nineteen forty. Two cody deployed from san francisco in the la to meet up with the aircraft carrier. The uss hornet which was loaded down with those bombers And the hornet had left the port two days before the l. a. was going to deliver a crate containing three hundred pounds of spare parts for those bombers. 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Trump and the GOP Campaign Against Reality
"The president and his allies decided on closing message for the final days of the campaign wine about social media pretend the pandemic is over for more on this. It's time for a closer look. There's a lot you can say about Donald Trump's inner circle and the leadership of the Modern Republican Party. But when you boil it down, it's basically just a collection of shy can't take Weirdos. Then people who collect ceramic pigs in sit by their windows writing down license plate numbers for no reason take for example House Minority Leader Kevin, McCarthy. You showed up to one of trump's rallies yesterday claimed republicans are going to take back the House McCarthy then belched up this I think English sentence about House Speaker Nancy, Pelosi a watch you watch Nancy Pelosi hand. And I promise you this. I won't thank her with it but I'll banged the into the socialism and yes to America. What No. I'll bang end to the socialism and yes to America, that sounds like a poorly translated leaflet dropped on Moscow during the Cold War why all these guys talk like rip off dollar store. Action. Figures made in. Eastern Europe. Your grandma will get you for Christmas. Oh Wow. It's a fuzz goodyear. Let me pull the string. The leaders of the hundred gop beer. Basically just a bunch of goofy old buds. I said it pods. Take a guy is still working at your hometown bowling alley thirty years after high school because he gets free disco fries blessed all the shoe sporadic and huff and that is a lot. For example Republicans held a hearing on big tech companies yesterday just to complain about supposed social media. Bias against conservatives which it's not thing. Now, there are progressives like Elizabeth Warren Tonight's guest, Bernie Sanders you really do want to break up big tech monopolies that have consolidated too much power but Republicans just WanNa. whine about mean tweets they don't like the best example of that came from Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson when he complained about an obviously satirical tweet this Dorsey. You talked about your house toward misinformation and then you will you will block misinformation if it's about against civic integrity election interference or voter suppression give you a tweet. There was put up on twitter says Senator Ron. Johnson is my neighbor in strangle our dog buttons right in front of my four year old son and three year old daughter the Keith refused to investigate. This is a complete line, but important to retreat and note that there are more my lies to come. How could that not be a violation voice oppression? Obviously, if people think I'm strangling my neighbors. They may not show the polls that would be worse oppression and another thing Mr Dorsey last night by doorbell rang late at night. So went to answer when I opened the door there was a flame in bag APU on the front step. So I tried to stamp out the fire but I got poo all over my shoes this clearly enact the voter suppression by the Neighborhood Teens because if I pooh-poohed on my shoes, I'll be too embarrassed to go vote. The bigger problem here is Ron Johnson thinks his constituents might actually believe that he strangled his neighbor's dog and Yeah. Okay and kind of see it. With said. Jack Dorsey looks like a dog serial killer. Like straight up a guy who together multiple dogs. in Ron Johnson's corn chowder brain joke tweet about a senators voter suppression. But invalidating mail in ballots and making people wait hours to vote isn't he's like a guy parks is BMW in a fire lane then loses when his targets tone Boris Suppression How am I supposed to get to the polling place now and then there was Tennessee Senator Marsha Blackburn who asked the CEO of Google if the company was still employing someone who criticized her is a blight Lemoyne one of your engineers still working with you. Senator familiar with his name is a name as an employee I'm not sure these employees. well, he has had very unconscious things to say about me and I was just wondering if you all still. Kept him working they are man Fox News is right. Canceled Culture is out of control. She sounds like she's asking to speak to the manager about a sales assistant at Costco is Madison still working here. She had very unkind things to say about me when I tried to sample the pizza rolls in the frozen I'll very hurtful things about how I'm not supposed to open the box. This is a fundamental reality of the modern GOP they're all donald trump. He complains about social media they complain about social media even though most of them don't have the tech savvy to handle the laundry room bulletin board coffee, table for sale what the hell does Obioma this is unfair.
Microsoft dips on weak revenue guidance
"First quarter profits and revenue came in higher than expected for Microsoft. But guidance I guess guidance for Q two was a little bit lower than Wall Street was hoping for because. The stock is down around four percent today. Yeah you know we had talked earlier in the day we sometimes do about the idea of doing a previous lease You know before the stories are that people would have all the information they needed to know as we actually hit stories and so i. As you know many great drama has done previously on the West Wing Yeah and so this is not a tangent. This is going to be relevant to the point so. Yes. Microsoft. Is Down four percent today but it's now up thirty percent instead of thirty five percent for the year the goodyear that Microsoft is enjoying is priced into a degree although a lot of people are still very enthusiastic about Microsoft Prices based on those parts of the business that did very well for the quarter and are likely to continue to do well, the basically games and cloud and and you know some other things are. Taking a little bit of a breather, but those are two items that are going to continue to beep strong.
Trump to Make Campaign Stops in Arizona
"Eight days from Election Day. And even though Democrats have turned in Maurer early ballots than Republicans, Trump Campaign senior adviser Steve Cortes believes there Target to come out on top November 3rd. I think as we get closer Election day, both in person early voting as well as election day voting that were going really dominate, and by the way, I have some reason, you know, historical reason. Precedent to think so in 2016. That was the case. President Trump scandal to hold two campaign rallies in Arizona on Wednesday one in Bullhead City that morning, followed by a stop at Goodyear Airport in the
Show 38 This Headliner gets an "Eagle" in Life! Jeff Jena - burst 01
"So that means in a Goodyear, right? If you're doing them to show that your three hundred people show you perform to sixty thousand people a year. So * 10 is 600000 * 4 four forty years. Is two point four million people so over forty years. I've probably performed live for 2.4 million people never take a few still a good minimum wage it less than a year for a million people have seen me on the Internet. It's amazing with technology is made available. I mean even this podcast we were talking bout that if I'd written a book and got it out. There may be a few hundred people would have picked up the book or something. But by doing this broadcast, I'm reaching thousands of people and we can share our history and and Comedy Club make people laugh but you're four million hits for your video. And this is a great plug for dry bar comedy. And you said it's on YouTube and you can go to Drybar website. You can you can go to dry bar comedy and there's about 200 comedy specials on there the name of mine. It's called old dog new jokes
Ohio Republicans try to regroup in crucial state for Trump
"Republican the party is trying to present a united front heading into the party's national convention tomorrow, a week after one of its best known politicians, governor, Kasich threw his support behind Democrat Joe Biden, Republican State Attorney General Challenge the Trump administration and the president himself took on. Goodyear had Quartered in Akron. The state's 18 electoral votes are crucial to President Trump, who's facing a tight battle after an eight point win in 2016.
Goodyear OKs attire supporting police, but no political wear
"Told you a couple of days ago when the president took off after Goodyear. Because Goodyear evidently had a policy that prohibited Employees at Goodyear from wearing T shirts or hats. That support law enforcement. While telling employees they could wear black lives matter. Merchandise or Peril in the workplace. And I told you the reason the president Is doing this. Is he wants to get good year to change the policy. And, of course that included political slogans like Maga, Man and You Know, Trump Pence 2020 or whatever. Goodyear was trying to thread the needle and they were they were. They were really struggling because this got out. This was leaked this training slide that had good year, the Goodyear tire company out of Akron, Ohio. Banning Again, merchandise or peril that supported the police with like blue lives matter as an example. Well, Just as I told you. It looks like Goodyear has backtracked. They got the president got their attention. Bite going after them on Twitter. I'm suggesting people shouldn't by Goodyear, The Goodyear tire chief executive Rich Clint Rich, Kramer said yesterday the company has clarified clarified its policy to make clear That employees can, where apparel expressing support for law enforcement. Um Kind of good news. Kramer, the head of Goodyear said Goodyear strongly supports law enforcement, pointing out they've supplied tires to police and fire vehicles for over 100 years. That relationship is foundational to our company. Goodyear has always supported both law enforcement and equal justice.
"goodyear" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program
"Way. You know everybody feels good in this factory. I WANNA. Make sure guys think about what we do this factory right? We all together they. Can we do? So. When you do that do the right thing. He's To work. Well you've you've lost that because you've caved in this is the there's two things going on let me finish what he said. You can wear anything black lives matter etcetera etcetera. However, any associate that wears all or blue or white lives matter shirts or face coverings that will not be appropriate. Now he references in their these zero tolerance policy which the only thing different in zero tolerance policy slide than what he just said who was what Mega? Well. Yeah. He didn't didn't mention what Maga- and he did did mention white lives matter white lives matter in the initial one I don't remember. I don't think. So let me look not a lot of wearing white less better known by lives matter all lives matter mega politically affiliated slogans or material. So, doesn't look good for goodyear. And you know Martin Luther. King said if you don't do boycotts. Your movement doesn't have any teeth. and. You everybody has to decide on their own what they're gonNA do. But if I were buying tires today, I would make it very clear to goodyear that I am intentionally not buying a goodyear tire. It's amazing to that. These companies keep doing this. It's like you you have to realize that this is not a ninety ten sort of Split. You're talking about here like your Maga- gear, half the country's going to vote for this guy whether you like it or not. You can't just eliminate unless you're a partisan or Asian like if you're the Huffington Post, you can do all sorts of things to Piss off conservatives cares. Goodyear tyres. Half. Your employees are more than half your employees probably are going to vote for Donald Trump. I know that doesn't make you happy. But like you have to be able to understand your business, you are not a political activist organisation everyone seems to want to be one. That's that's the second message from this I. Think I mean, here's this guy and you can hear it in his voice. He's like come on guys. Let's just remember what we do here. We make tire right. There's no passion behind it and is like look guys can we please just make the things that role in the bottom of cars right? So he's he's basically defending this policy and making sure that everybody knows because. He's forced to or they're forced to because they are giving in to the minority. Of Black lives matter that is going to that minority is going to get smaller and smaller and smaller as time goes on because more people see them for who they really are. It's going to become very unpopular, but they are doing the same thing that the. The dispassionate Nazis did the people who were just ran a business or a store and they just wanted to be left alone. They hung the Nazi flag in their store window and they did it only to say Nazis leave us alone just leave us alone. We're not going to be a problem we just. We just WANNA make tars leave us alone and that's what he's saying here. However, he's expecting. The white people, he's expecting the police, the people who black and white that believe in the police he's expecting the people black and white that vote for Donald Trump. He's expecting the people black and white that no that black lives matter is a Marxist? Company. That wants the destruction of the traditional family and the Western way of life he's expecting those people just to go along with it and that's where he's playing. Please guys. Can we just? Can we just all know that this is just a bunch of vocal minority here that we're just placating so we can get back to business. That's what he's saying if he would have said that it would fit perfectly with his tone. His tone is like look you know we want everyone to be happy. We WanNa make some tires. It's a good place to work. Can we just go along with this and not wine about it? I'm not saying that you should wine about this. You should like as as someone who's trying to get himself through this announcement and he just he was probably the guy who is sitting in there. I bet were lots in corporate boardrooms all across the country that are like guys. We make tires. We make tire making a statement about what what right political stuff you can wear. Right. When those can we stay out of this? We make tires we make tires for people who drive cars that. are going to in and t rally and we drive car we we we. Make tires for. Police. Cars. Can Can we stop? Can we stop? We make tires and you know that's happening all over I am so blessed to work for my own company where we haven't had to have any of these nor will we have any of these kinds of meetings it's ridiculous I. Don't Know How you're doing it America and think about this to one party is closer aligned with what good years actually doing. What the other party is trying to get rid of cars. So there's not a lot of value in good your tires when none of the cars are on the roads and if you WANNA say oh, well, that's not true. They want electric cars. Okay. Fine. But I mean what are the tires made out of? These are this is their made a fossil fuels. That's what they're made out of this is this is such a ridiculous thing and every company you know when this started back in the day Glenn because we were right at the cutting edge of this and when I say cutting edge on the knife like the side getting stabbed. Line. You know these sort of fakey movements that would say, Oh, well, you know we get five calls from some random activist group because supposedly Glenn said something on the air and it was always going Glenn said something on the air never made. That got us in trouble for some reason that somebody didn't like.
"goodyear" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program
"This is the Glenn Beck. program. Well. We have the leaked audio now. That proves that goodyear statement was was bogus. and. Shows that it was actually worse because it is race based and give you don't know what we're talking about Let me recap before we play the audio yesterday there was a slide that was being showed to employee training. In a class for employees. And it? On this. Unbelievable slide. It showed that you what was acceptable in what was not acceptable and the things that were not acceptable. Were blue lives matters t-shirts, hats like that. All lives matter any Maga-. Wow politically affiliated slogans or material. What was acceptable black lives matter Lesbian Gay Bisexual Trans transgender pride lgbt. So you could wear anything you wanted with that. But. If you did anything, you know pro- cops or Maga- you had they had zero tolerance. Okay. You know. We can't lose goodyear and we can't lose jobs at Goodyear but unless the employees STANDUP and the way to get the employees to stand up I think because I'll bet you most of the employees disagree with this if we can't get the employees to to stand up the beginning then you've got to apply pressure. And I hate to say it. But if I were buying tires today, it wouldn't be good year. Because they came out and said, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no no. The visual in question was not created or distributed by the goodyear corporate. In, and it wasn't part of a diversity training class. Okay An oddly worded denial for the start right. Yeah. So, what if it wasn't a? It wasn't a part of diversity training class in some ways it's worse. What was it for like? You're just giving people on a normal day that's even worse at least people can tune out on your diversity training days. So now let's play the audio and this is the audio from Goodyear Listen Tab. That will be gained brew. Dollar. Stop. LemMe, Lemme give you the full statement. Some people may wish to express their views on social justice or inequality or equity issues such as black lives, matter or Lgbtq pride on their face coverings, shirts or wrist bands that will be deemed approved because it applies with a zero tolerance stance. However go ahead..
Trump urges Goodyear boycott, claiming it banned MAGA hats
"President Trump took to Twitter in a big way yesterday, and not just during last night's and Democratic national convention. Mr. Trump started the day urging supporters the boycott Goodyear tires Yeah, a van on maga hats. That's what he's sites as his reason for encouraging a boycott with his Make America Great Again Campaign slogan. Well, Apparently Goodyear has a policy in place, which is basically can't wear political gear in the office. So referring to an image making the rounds of acceptable where in the workplace trump tweeted that consumers can get quote better. Tires for far less also said Goodyear tyres would be removed from government vehicles. Now I can't recall in my lifetime sitting president Telling people to boycott Ah, US business. But I guess he was upset enough to do that. By the way. Those tires the Goodyear tires on the beast, which is thie bulletproof. Suburban vehicle that the president travels in those tires there Kevlar tires. I mean, they're specially made. It's not like you're gonna pull the beast into a pep voice and say, Hey, guys, can you are, you know to get the lug nuts off and change these tires for me? So that was one of the things he tweeted out. Yesterday, he commented on mail in voting to saying, If you can protest in person you can vote in person. Everything was in capital letters, too. So yesterday, White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany would not comment on whether or not Goodyear tire should be removed from President Trump's security vehicle and secret service vehicles. I'm not going to comment on security matters. Mcenany explains the boycott of Goodyear tires. Yeah, good luck with that. Reason he called for the boycott was over. Maga Maga is pretty much unanimous, with blue lives matter these days. Mcenany suggesting Goodyear is being hypocritical. You will always stand against our police officers and blue lives matter For some reason not being an equity issue, as Goodyear appears to maintain Good year might be inconsistent in their policy of what their employees khun wearing what they shouldn't be wearing, but hypocritical. I don't agree with that. I would say in consistent, you know. But I'm in a free company has the right to put in place any kind of Ah, you know, and any kind of Ah A rule or regulation ist of what people can wear and what people can't wear in their workplace. It's their workplace. They could do that.
"goodyear" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"I could tell you the one The president does not want you to buy it from your state out their resident yesterday. You know some pretty strong words for a good year, the actor and based companies saying Don't buy Goodyear tires and you know, I want to be called manufactured story that start with the beginning of this image that went viral online. It was not verified by ABC News. It reportedly showed that there was this training slide for employees of Goodyear saying what you could display or advocate for in the workplace. And that includes black lives matter. VT pride What you couldn't do was all lives matter. Blue lives matter or Maga paraphernalia. The president make America great again. Grogan. So the president yesterday Depends upon this viral movement and said, Don't buy Goodyear tires, he said. Democrats have been playing this game of cancel culture so called cancel culture and now to be playing this game. It's striking their 62,000 employees of this company that could be damaging to Goodyear on the president himself in recent weeks, has railed against cancel culture, saying it's the definition of totalitarian ism. When you know this isn't the first time he's called from people. Boycott's or avoid a company or a person because of something he didn't like. He's trying to play play. This is a problem with the people that run the company, as opposed to the people who work there, But I think the the image yesterday that I found kind of amusing is Get a shot of the of the presidential limousine and it has your tires on it. It's like, OK, Yeah, so and he was asked about that. You know, for the two things you just brought up like one like this could hurt the company. Suddenly, people listen to this star boycotting. You know this could hurt the company's bottom line could hurt job in a critical state. That statement he's promised to bring jobs back to was also pointed out as you say that his own vehicle the beast, as it's known as Has Goodyear tires. Would you consider changing that may be up to it. But time dancer on that a little bit Well, never a dull moment in your world. Carrot Travers ABC.
"goodyear" Discussed on Hard Factor
"A factory worker at a tire factory in ticket, Kansas , posted an unverified image to social media of a powerpoint presentation that appears to show that Tire Company's policy disallowing their employees from wearing Magyar at work I mean pick your poison right guys which fire you're GONNA put out I. . Tough call where to start here unless of course. . How do you put out the fire? ? So you mean, , one thing is sent a tweet and the other is like create workgroups. . We'll is assume what you did there beef doesn't make much sense to me, , Oh yeah. . Okay. . What I mean will as being sarcastic. . Yeah, , and you're saying this good your tire thing is not a big deal she had has hit the fucking fan and Donald Trump felt need to ask Americans to boycott an American company instead of. . Focusing has ever done any of these other nasty things. . What did they do? ? Well, , here's what happened guys. . Apparently there was a slide. . That went around from a diversity training one employee at a Topeka. . Kansas factory shared this on social media and said, , they say we can't wear Maga- gear. . To which president trump ran with it, , and he tweeted don't buy goodyear tires. . They announced a ban on mega hats get better tires for far less open parentheses. . This is what the radical left Democrats due to play the same game and we have to start playing it now and guys one minute one minute later shares of the ohio-based Goodyear fell. . To a low of nine fifteen. . Down six don't want. . You don't want the president of the United States calling for a boycott company GONNA hey. . Him, , they can't wear the fucking, , hats. . Offensive than the Maga- stuff was on the on the bad list was blue lives matter in on the good list was BLM's you're allowed to rock. . Wanted you couldn't rock blue lives matter. . Those slide was outrageous if existed that should have never been shown in a at a company it was very, , very partisan. . Or. . Here's what I say no, , no beef you had your five minutes. . Here's what I would say to anyone. . It goes both ways if you boycott beings because you know you do don't like trump but those warrior favorite dinner beans and now you're not eating your favorite beans. . You're a Weirdo if you if you boycott tires that and again you can do the research goodyear may or may not be the best they may or may not be the best price may or may not be the best safes. . But if you originally thought they were and they're protecting you and your family. . Now boycott them over this it goes on both sides. . It's a nine years. . Nah I disagree. . I. . Think it's totally fine if they're infringing on your freedom of speech, , this fucking company telling us on fringing on both. . Taking they're taking a fucking side obviously. . These. . This this guy, , might this one factory might? ? Attract they know they were attracted it. . Hammer, , coming down corporate tried to retract but I mean the damage is done. . Let me just ask just as bad. . Let me just ask you this from a money standpoint who buys more fucking expensive tires. . Truck. . Drivers right. . So, , like this is this for goodyear specifically as a company, , this could be more of a detrimental blow them to other industries. . I. . Agree with you. . There Gentlemen, , people. . Yes. I . agree with you that you guys are all dumbest shit because it was an unverified fucking tweet some guy tweeted a thin. . We've also gentlemen imported tires are sold in this fucking country. . We are in an economic goddamn crisis. . When you have a leader, , you want leader to not make it about himself. . Just fucking. . Let it go do their you saying that wasn't displayed a good year meeting. . Well, , here's what happened goodyear tyres. . By saying that what you're saying they said the slide was quote not created or distributed by good corporate whatsoever, , and I was like corporate but one of their employees at their office. . That I guess it was one factory this point some dude took a picture of a slide that was not from corporate posted to the Internet and our president without verification ran with it and asked Americans being caught. . Presentation at work. . To. . Your being to cold on it if it was a good year presentation on a factory that shouldn't have happened. . These guys it. . It's one hundred, Eighty, , eight, , , the runs. . The fact is. . You should be fired. . You do right now is not the time to ask anyone to boycott any American company with what about going. . With that, , you didn't say anything about gray. . Gray has nothing to do with this. . It does. . Brand. . On the last two duguay guys one minute left one by the right greg. . My stance is all boycotts on either side. . If you prefer that product, , you're silly silly goose and maybe prefer your partisanship over the product and then now becomes your favorite thing. . But to me that just weird are well, , let me finish the fuck information. . So they deny that it was from four hundred please they further clarified and they said it was not part of diversity training classes. . So probably what it was if it wasn't fake, , it was real. . It was one area one plant not from corporate good. . Yes complaint. . Fired they further clarified guys that their general general policy <hes> indicates that they ask their employees to keep their workplace nonpartisan saying quote, , we do lower socio to express their support on racial injustice and other equity issues but ask they refrained from workplace expressions verbal or otherwise in support of political campaigning for any candidate or political party, , as well as other simple similar forms of advocacy that fall outside the scope of equity issues. . So if you want to know what s specifically it was, , it was acceptable black lives matter lesbian gay bisexual transgender pride unacceptable blue lives matter all lives matter matter Maga- tire politically affiliates slogans or betrayal again goodyear's denying it's from corporate. . Yeah it's not as. . DUMB HR REP at factory. . Put It on thing for somebody to take a picture I have no conflict of interest. . I don't know a single person that works good. . You're what I'm saying is it is also unfair if they retracted and if they fire this person to gentlemen. . As we shouldn't be having this conversation because the president shouldn't have taken verified tweet and tweet it boyscout mcquaid. . Have the logo I mean it's got the logo on your right wes.
Trump says he'd be in favor of Goodyear boycott
"A factory worker at a tire factory in ticket, Kansas posted an unverified image to social media of a powerpoint presentation that appears to show that Tire Company's policy disallowing their employees from wearing Magyar at work I mean pick your poison right guys which fire you're GONNA put out I. Tough call where to start here unless of course. How do you put out the fire? So you mean, one thing is sent a tweet and the other is like create workgroups. We'll is assume what you did there beef doesn't make much sense to me, Oh yeah. Okay. What I mean will as being sarcastic. Yeah, and you're saying this good your tire thing is not a big deal she had has hit the fucking fan and Donald Trump felt need to ask Americans to boycott an American company instead of. Focusing has ever done any of these other nasty things. What did they do? Well, here's what happened guys. Apparently there was a slide. That went around from a diversity training one employee at a Topeka. Kansas factory shared this on social media and said, they say we can't wear Maga- gear. To which president trump ran with it, and he tweeted don't buy goodyear tires. They announced a ban on mega hats get better tires for far less open parentheses. This is what the radical left Democrats due to play the same game and we have to start playing it now and guys one minute one minute later shares of the ohio-based Goodyear fell. To a low of nine fifteen. Down six don't want. You don't want the president of the United States calling for a boycott company GONNA hey. Him, they can't wear the fucking, hats. Offensive than the Maga- stuff was on the on the bad list was blue lives matter in on the good list was BLM's you're allowed to rock. Wanted you couldn't rock blue lives matter. Those slide was outrageous if existed that should have never been shown in a at a company it was very, very partisan. Or. Here's what I say no, no beef you had your five minutes. Here's what I would say to anyone. It goes both ways if you boycott beings because you know you do don't like trump but those warrior favorite dinner beans and now you're not eating your favorite beans. You're a Weirdo if you if you boycott tires that and again you can do the research goodyear may or may not be the best they may or may not be the best price may or may not be the best safes. But if you originally thought they were and they're protecting you and your family. Now boycott them over this it goes on both sides. It's a nine years. Nah I disagree. I. Think it's totally fine if they're infringing on your freedom of speech, this fucking company telling us on fringing on both. Taking they're taking a fucking side obviously. These. This this guy, might this one factory might? Attract they know they were attracted it. Hammer, coming down corporate tried to retract but I mean the damage is done. Let me just ask just as bad. Let me just ask you this from a money standpoint who buys more fucking expensive tires. Truck. Drivers right. So, like this is this for goodyear specifically as a company, this could be more of a detrimental blow them to other industries. I. Agree with you. There Gentlemen, people. Yes. I agree with you that you guys are all dumbest shit because it was an unverified fucking tweet some guy tweeted a thin. We've also gentlemen imported tires are sold in this fucking country. We are in an economic goddamn crisis. When you have a leader, you want leader to not make it about himself. Just fucking. Let it go do their you saying that wasn't displayed a good year meeting. Well, here's what happened goodyear tyres. By saying that what you're saying they said the slide was quote not created or distributed by good corporate whatsoever, and I was like corporate but one of their employees at their office. That I guess it was one factory this point some dude took a picture of a slide that was not from corporate posted to the Internet and our president without verification ran with it and asked Americans being caught. Presentation at work. To. Your being to cold on it if it was a good year presentation on a factory that shouldn't have happened. These guys it. It's one hundred, Eighty, eight, the runs. The fact is. You should be fired. You do right now is not the time to ask anyone to boycott any American company with what about going. With that, you didn't say anything about gray. Gray has nothing to do with this. It does. Brand. On the last two duguay guys one minute left one by the right greg. My stance is all boycotts on either side. If you prefer that product, you're silly silly goose and maybe prefer your partisanship over the product and then now becomes your favorite thing. But to me that just weird are well, let me finish the fuck information. So they deny that it was from four hundred please they further clarified and they said it was not part of diversity training classes. So probably what it was if it wasn't fake, it was real. It was one area one plant not from corporate good. Yes complaint. Fired they further clarified guys that their general general policy indicates that they ask their employees to keep their workplace nonpartisan saying quote, we do lower socio to express their support on racial injustice and other equity issues but ask they refrained from workplace expressions verbal or otherwise in support of political campaigning for any candidate or political party, as well as other simple similar forms of advocacy that fall outside the scope of equity issues. So if you want to know what s specifically it was, it was acceptable black lives matter lesbian gay bisexual transgender pride unacceptable blue lives matter all lives matter matter Maga- tire politically affiliates slogans or betrayal again goodyear's denying it's from corporate. Yeah it's not as. DUMB HR REP at factory. Put It on thing for somebody to take a picture I have no conflict of interest. I don't know a single person that works good. You're what I'm saying is it is also unfair if they retracted and if they fire this person to gentlemen. As we shouldn't be having this conversation because the president shouldn't have taken verified tweet and tweet it boyscout mcquaid. Have the logo I mean it's got the logo on your right wes.
Trump Calls for Goodyear Boycott Over Ban on Campaign Attire
"Trump blasted Goodyear Tire and rubber Company today for prohibiting is make America great again. Hats on the job. They're using their power over these people. And these people wanna wear whatever it is that we're talking about, you know that. And so I would be very much In favor of people don't want to buy their Goodyear issued a statement saying it asks employees to refrain from workplace expressions involving political campaigns and forms of advocacy that fall outside the scope of racial justice and equity issues. Trump's remarks sent the company's stock downward
Goodyear stock falls after Trump tweet calling for boycott
"White House press secretary Kaylie Mechanism. E won't comment on whether Goodyear tire should be removed from President Trump's security vehicle and Secret Service vehicles after the president tweeted Americans should not by Goodyear tires. I'm not going to comment on security matters. The president's calling for a boycott of good year after he accused the company abandoned Make America great again Hat. The company says it s employees not to engage in any kind of political campaigning in the workplace. In order to create an inclusive and respectful environment.
Trump lashes out at Goodyear about its policy on MAGA wear
"President trump is urging a boycott of Goodyear tires the president tweets Goodyear has banned to make America great again hats the company did not actually announce such a specific band saying it's instead asked employees to stay away from workplace expressions involving political campaigning war what it calls forms of advocacy outside the scope of racial justice and equity issues White House spokesman Kaylee McEntee says good years apparently okay with employees embracing black lives matter well it's not a loud it was blue lives matter but was not allowed with manta hats Goodyear is based in election battleground Ohio while most of its competitions based outside the U. S. the president's tweet immediately sent its stock down Sager met Ghani Washington
An attempted Coup in the US
"Welcome to kiss myths and mysteries either host Kit Chrome today the story of a coup against one of the presidents of the United States today's Podcast is the result of myth and mystery coming together to form a truth, a truth confirmed by data revealed by both the Freedom of Information Act an archive letters regarding lawsuits against the Bush family made public in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, eight. This podcast is without political bias and exists only to. demystify myth and mystery whenever possible in one, thousand, nine, hundred, thirty, three, a group of Americans wealthiest businessman powerbrokers including the grandfather of George W Bush Prescott Bush plan to stage a coup against then President Franklin Roosevelt to change the regime one year later retired Marine Corps. Major General smedley Butler revealed applaud the wait Prescott Sheldon Bush was an American banker and politician Wall Street executive partner the Brown brothers and a US senator he was the Father President. George H. W Bush in the grandfather to President George W Bush he attended Yale and was a member of the skull and bones. Prescott Bush seems larger than life and he was a business plot in nineteen thirty three referred to as the white. House. Coup was led in part by Prescott. Bush, the purpose of the alleged conspiracy was to replace the Roosevelt Administration with a fascist dictatorship, a coalition of many influential billionaires and powerbrokers led by Prescott Bush. Plan the coup the reason behind this attempt was the policies of the Roosevelt Administration towards the business world the owners of some of the biggest corporations like General Motors. Goodyear Chase Bank and hines thought the government would destroy private enterprise. Thus, they wanted to create a business friendly zine so that they could preserve their power. However, the coup plan came to light when smedley Butler a retired burning corps major general alerted authorities in Washington DC of the conspiracy. According to his statement. So mysterious bankers and businessmen approached him and asked him to command an army of veterans who fought in World War one in order to stage a coup and overthrow the democratically elected President Franklin Delano Roosevelt Butler was a popular military figure then, and he also had influence over the veterans. That's why they chose him a committee investigated the allegations and Declared that some Wall Street elites were involved in the conspiracy but nobody was charged go figure. Then there was Prescott involvement with the Brown brothers the financial architects of Nazism the documents from the National Archives showed that the bushes and Brown brothers shipped valuable US assets including gold coal steel at US Treasury war bonds to their foreign clients overseas as Hitler geared up for his. Nineteen thirty nine invasion of Poland the event that sparked World War Two is business dealings continued until his company's assets were seized nineteen, forty, two, hundred, the trading with the Enemy Act. Then there is the Bush family stronghold Jupiter Island, but that will have to be another
Interviewing Actor Dwight Turner
"Y Turner Welcome to the PODCAST. Thank you so much for coming on the show Sir. Well. Thank you so much for having me on the show I'm excited I me, too. I love talking to creatives and you being a working actor. I have so many questions. Let's start out with. How has your twenty twenty been? Where to begin well, the year started off well Oh, and. Number of projects lined up in. It was really turning into what what I thought was going to be A. Fun and interesting goodyear, and then, of course you know the pandemic hit and everything has changed not just for me now just for my industry, but for every wine over the entire world I mean I. It's it's. It's a quite a fascinating situation that we are all in, so you know I? Had number projects lined up in project has either been. POSTPONED OR CANCELLED AND And it's just the reality of the situation and I hope that you know we can all get. Back to work soon You know I am in. So I I did a series last year. THAT'S GONNA! I think come out in the fall. It was supposed to have come out in the spring, but then that was moved because of Kobe and then. I booked a which is a first for an amazing. Thing happened where I I can sing, but I've never done a musical and I was asked asked to audition for a musical I. Did and I booked the lead romantic role. Musical, yes and. So it you know the composers of from New York as a show running off Broadway or did until covert hit and had a show running off Broadway and in The direct writer is an award winning guy, so it's a it's an exciting yet scary prospect because it's new for me, it's outside of my realm of acting but you know I just want to move forward and do a completely professional job and make myself and everybody else happy with the with the results, and we have been doing zoom rehearsals. Of Yeah because of the pandemic, and we actually did our first in. Rehearsal recently. And that was actually. Really Nice to to do because you know. When you're rehearsing. For. Something! There's a connection when you're act now, and and it's hard. If you're not there with with the person, it's hard to do that over a zoom com, and so so that's an exciting prospect a series that that. Filming has been put off to who knows win on that series. Stars can't go into the details, but it stars a known star of some other series who is involved in science fiction series as well as fantasy series I can't say that if you go to my DVD. There's Lionel air is there. I'm listed as rumored, but I can't I can't get the details myself, so it's if they. If you want to go to Miami of duplicates, it's easy. It's IMDB DOT me. Ford slashed. Why trump
Giant Swarm Of Locusts From Middle East Now Threatening Kenya's Farms
"Is facing is facing. Its worst locust invasion in seven decades. The locusts have found perfect conditions over the past two years as they have moved from the middle released onto the African continent where they are now threatening farmland and peers eight Peralta reports. The swarms of locusts are massive. Some of them extend across miles of land but finding that is not easy because at the moment they are in one of Kenya's most remote remote regions so we drive offroad up mountains we pass dry riverbeds acacia trees and an occasional antelope elope and then my interpreter notices flickers of yellow zooming past us and the road ahead turns yellow. I mean we're we're literally early driving on top of them all look at them right here. They're clump up in punch of whoa in their meeting. They are meeting right now. The locusts are in what is known as an upsurge driven by unusually rainy weather. Normally Solitary Brown. Desert Grasshoppers have turned bright yellow high on Serotonin. They have gone sex an eating binge. Maybe I can put my microphone close to them. You might be able to hear sounds. They're making with their legs as as they made which I know pretty growth. These swarms of locusts focused have been forming for a year and a half. They started in the Middle East and three rare. Cyclones have provided the rain they have needed to multiply and become the biggest infestation here in Kenya. In seventy years it could be devastating. These things driving everything that is Stanley. Kipkoech the specializes in migratory pests for the Kenyan government. Yes because they are really aids up every on there are in huge huge which numbers we are talking millions now. The locusts are threatening Kenya's farms and they've already eaten through some fields of cat a leaf chewed as a stimulant. And that is the worry. Yeah if now. It goes through their highly populated areas. That will be back on the field old. We stumbled upon the homestead of family of herders. Some are playing drums church. Others have taken their cows to find pasture. Susan says one swarm flew right past their homes a few days ago it would get another Nile. Yea because they were like clouds goodyear so in the leading and it was raining. They had never seen anything like it. Everyone ran inside while the elders and Morons the warriors checked out the locusts. I asked her if part of this isn't intriguing when you look closely. Locusts are even kind of beautiful. I gained a union. They don't care about their beauty right now. She says their cows are having a tough time greasy because the government has been spraying pesticides from planes. There is no beauty in that she says so. She just wants these pests. Gone Impair News. Some Borough County County Kenya.
U.S. National Aerobatic Champion Patty Wagstaff Recounts a Cessna 185 Flilght
"Welcome to another edition of there. I was a podcast where we put you in the cockpit with pilots in interesting situations and we learn learn how they flew out of them. I'm your host Richard McFadden today. We're delighted to welcome back our inaugural guest on there was podcast three time. US aerobatic robotic national champion. Paddy waxed how do you thank you for joining us again. And we're delighted to have you back on the podcast ace. Richard is great to be back. You're doing a great Javale this podcast. So I'm thrilled to be back. Thank you well great and thanks to people like you. They're so willing to share your circumstances in your situation with all all of us so that we can learn from you had a recent incident on your birthday of all days and you reached out to us to want to share the story about about what happened in the lessons learned. That came out of that. So do you mind sharing that with us today exactly. Yeah it was. My birthday was nine eleven and it was my birthday so all in all not such a great day. Hi It's it's a tough birthday anymore. It's kind of an emotional day anyway so So this was when my bonanza was wrecked in. Had An accident. Might Bonanza of all things I've never had an airplane accident before I've had a few promptings and things like that that for sure but Alone up to everything that I've never had a real accident and just to back it up very very slightly before I started flying i. I was in an accident in assessment to six in Alaska when I first started flying small airplanes up there. Flying in smaller planes in the airplane had Flipped upside down at the end of the runway. We didn't get off the runway and the pilot didn't use the full length of a muddy runway. And so so on so forth so I had been upside down on the ground in an airplane before you and of course those kinds of things really stick with you and so that actually comes into play in this incident. Yeah and people should know they. Probably don't know you for Bonanza flying but you fly one thousand nine hundred fifty eight K.. Model Bonanza that you have flown for a while now Inbetween your aerobatic events which are not so well for right. It's a great little plane to get around in As he says Kay model It was I bought it in nineteen in two thousand twelve and before that I'd had serious in in barons and this was the first detail that I'd had and I re- I really liked it Great little airplane. It was fast and comfortable double and so we miss it yet now. Is the airplane going to be repairable or might be cutting to the chase hurt. No airplanes total. Sorry now aw it was sixty years old so there was a lot. Got A lot out of it. You know for many years later a lot of people enjoyed it and I understand you were flying with an old friend of mine. China Jeff. Rochelle of former Air Force thunderbird pilot is that right. Yeah exactly. He's one of our instructors in good friend and So you were on different front years I think you were you. Were quite a bit later right and the meaning a much younger than he is. I think. That's okay yeah so He's an instructor in your school down there and Saint Augustine. He as instructs for us both in airbags in an upset that training and he also went with us to Kenya this year to give training to Kenya Wildlife Service. Wow fantastic and so you guys were were you coming back where you out on a training sortie Jordy or can you set the stage where it's what kind of flight was this. Sure so this was a we were at a meeting in Titusville about upset training and the weather is nice. Nice no problems in we as we got on the plane to leave. Jeff said Hey What an I fly and I said well you know it's left seats a little tricky to know plane there some little things things I want to show you? And I said it's it's getting laid out the slide this time next time. I'll put you in the left seat because he hadn't actually flown this airplane before and also there's no brakes on the right. Let's see the rudder pedals but they were stowed. I just didn't want to deal with with all that. And he goes okay so I jumped in the legacy but my seatbelt and and we took off and flew back. Who's better forty minute flight back to Saint Augustine? Yeah so important for people to know that. bonanza in this model of detail. Bonanza it has the throw over yoke doc and it also has the rudder pedals that you can stow so the idea. Was the person in the right seat. If you don't want them to has no ability to control the airplane whatsoever you take the okay the rudder pedals and it's just a nice comfortable seat for them. And that's how you had it configured for this Flight Right Act and I certainly wasn't worried about jeff flying the airplane plane. I just didn't want to have to deal with the checkout. It's got a it's got. These older details have The Piano Keys. And that's what controls the flaps APPs in the gear and the reverse from the newer airplanes so even a highly experienced pilot like jeff need to check out on how that works and it's a little awkward to operate. Operate those from the right seat upshur so till two different airplane for sure these these older planes And you have to be very careful not to go go back muscle memory with a new plan so I jumped in the left seat. We flew back Everything was eventful was nice weather. The traffic pattern was uh-huh nobody in the patrimony. Got Back to Saint Augustine and we were cleared to land landed. I landed a little bit long because my hangers down at the far end of runway. One the three To the South we touched down. The centerline Everything is very relaxed and fine and I was rolling out ahead about half flaps on and we were rolling out. I hadn't applied brakes yet. I was very careful with that airplane. It's an older plane and I never haunt on the brakes or you know applied the milliard sure. Yeah does it. Have the old goodyear breaks or or had it been upgraded to Cleveland Breaks. Has Cleveland breaks but I never want to put a lot of side load on the gear so so so just rolling out and all of a sudden the plane sort of ears right into the grass and jeff and I looked at each other. I grabbed the yoke can pulled it back and looked at. He said it's going into the grass. Like I said. Check the power because I have my hands full holding the outback and he checked the his hand on this model to make sure because it idle and meanwhile I tried to steer it with the brakes or the absurd with the rudder pedals and got nothing. I couldn't move them I thought I was just about to slow down and it hit a berm. The small firm. You wouldn't one of those in the grass that you would know is there and the plane started to go over over and we looked at each other and he said it's going over sh and it did it just went straight over tail over nose and ended up upside down on the graphs. Sounds like it just happened so quickly it was quick and It was really surprising. And just you know I mean you just just you in disbelief for a few moments. Just can't believe this actually happened. That's aviation sometimes right there. You are typical normal landing. Everything's fine then. You're slowing down to exit the runway and next thing you know the airplanes starts veer to the right. You run off the runway. You're upside down in a matter of probably less than a minute or two. When all that happened I don't know it's probably just you know thirty seconds? I'm guessing twenty seconds or something like that and I remember somebody saying to me longtime ago you know when accidents happen. They happen very very quickly. It's not something you can prepare for ahead of time. Yeah of course you can prepare everything you can for the you know the worst but when it actually happens you're not can have time to organize things And so as the plane was in. You guys realize we're going over. Did you have time to do anything. They're canaries for impact. Do anything you just have to brace so couple of things that were interesting won. The seat belts are older and the shoulder shoulder. Harnesses are a later addition to the plane. They didn't come shoulder harnesses in the initially and our shoulder harnesses where the kind of Chris cost kind that weren't on an inertial real. We had been wanting to change it but we had the older kind so that when they were on they were a little tight and it was awkward to reach Ford and Change Few uh uh switch fuel tanks and do some other things so what I normally would do is take off with the shoulder harness on and Then take it off in the air when I get up to altitude so I could switch tanks and things like that and then fly without the shoulder harness and a lot of times I have to say. I didn't put it on for landing. Even though I know a lot of times I did but there were times. I didn't in this case because it was a really short flight from Titusville and I knew I didn't have to switch tanks. Thanks consider some Feel management in these older planes. I left my shoulder harness on which was a little unusual for me if I hadn't left. mysolar harness ars on. I probably would have gotten hurt. And Jeff had a shoulder harness on too so we were really lucky with that so we had our differences on. Were upside down and I looked over and said are you okay and I remember being upside down on that Cessna six in nineteen eighty. Maybe to No earlier than that is probably Nineteen seventy-nine in remembered the pilot saying be careful. Be careful her yourself when you get out because there's been a lot of. I think there's been a lot of injuries for people when they upside down. They rip off their seat building. They hit their head and said okay be careful and I remembered it. So it's amazing. How these things are they stay with
"goodyear" Discussed on Herbstreit and Fitzsimmons
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"goodyear" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror
"Of it but we started the company back in two thousand fifteen because we did measure for measure to protest h._p. To woo wow oh so when h._p. Came out we realized a lot of performing acts relieving north carolina and we were like well this stupid because most of us do not feel this way and and i don't know if you'll know h was the bathroom bill where they were deciding that trans people shouldn't be allowed in the bathroom of their choice <hes> which was so asinine considering hiring. Nobody knows anyway so it became this nazi fight where people wanted to be able to check identifications genitalia to make sure you're going in the right bathroom which is extremely dangerous for the trans community and especially <hes> trans community the of color. It's it's just a horrific idea all around <hes> personally some friends of mine were not even using the bathroom during their eight hour shifts why they didn't want to get followed followed <hes> and so to protest it we put on measure for measure because it had a lot of similarities <hes> shakespeare's measure for measure and when we were going to produce it we of course needed money but we needed to throw it up really fast and brandi carlile within an hour emailed back doc with her looking out foundation and said here's money do it and we didn't even have like a script we just had like this idea and some resumes and a proposal proposal and it just came back so quick and we were like absolutely and then fred grandy who played gopher on the love boat <hes> funded it and came and float flew in then and did it as well wow which was really cool so we're we're really excited about that theater company as well. Thank you for promoting that and we will definitely share that. I i wanna thank you so much for letting us interview you and if you are ever back in chicago we gotta get together and have a drink. Absolutely you're is welcome to come on the show and talk about whatever you want to talk about. Just let us know anytime. I'm so ready. That's exciting so good. Luck in your career and your upcoming projects and i yeah you have to let us know when this horror movie comes out because we want to go. You're ready to buy tickets. Honestly it's so good and before i forget it's called last call. It's being produced by b r films and there's an executive production team of four people marquand quandary glenn is also the director bennett also acts with me and she was in hunger games <hes> she's super accomplished and then we also have eric and mount and i will try to get the west and they're going to get so mad at me for forgetting but all i know. Is there the brains of the team so i can remember all well. Thank you so much amando so good talking to you and catch up with you. Thank you so much. If anyone wants to send us their ghost stories scary stories <music> on anyone else wants to talk about their favorite horror movies or true crime t._v. Shows you can email us at horse. Talk whore at atmel dot com you can follow us on instagram and facebook at horse talk hor and on twitter you can find horror's horror and as always so is thanks for getting us on instagram and facebook at horse talk hor and on twitter you can find horror's horror and as always so is thanks for getting creepy with us.
"goodyear" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror
"We're not gonna get into that. I know i'm so jealous dallas. I think it's crazy north carolina's next oh it's absolutely wilmington's got a lot for sure and i'm glad people are considering it again at. I used to have a really good tax. Benefits got cut away but <hes> stuff is slowly but surely coming back here awesome so that's good so what would your ultimate acting role be for something that has not been portrayed yet. What what do you do in your career. I don't know like i feel like it's still yet to come for sure like i haven't really considered that like as far as like a character right now that's doing great or like. What are we thinking like your own lifetime in a lord <hes> i mean i hope they make stuff about a third berg if they haven't yet. I hope that we get to have some sort of elizabeth warren bio pic. It'd be fascinated to see how she got to wear. She did yeah especially nowadays 'cause i. I don't know about you. I'm i'm in the south so like you can't mention her name and public. It doesn't go well. I'm trying to think like more of the social justice warrior females. I'm fascinated by yes. I'm always fascinated by women that are told knowing that are just like that's nice and then just go on and do whatever especially in today's political climate because it's so dangerous to disagree uh-huh. I love that answer. That is a great answer. Yeah oh good. There's a wrong answer was fantastic yeah. There are no wrong answers here but it is a test and i've asked and that's good and finally if people want to follow you. Where can they do that. They can do it on instagram graham. <hes> you have to correct me. I think it's at amanda eat goodyear all one word but even if you type in amanda goodyear you'll find me on there and i think i have linked to my i._m._d._b. On there so you can click on that and see other stuff that i've done and there's amanda goodyear and she's also on facebook and i tried to keep them updated at the same time we can also link to your stuff that would be lovely and is there anything else that you would like to talk about or promote. <hes> i think you should check out my husband and i see it or company so it's called l. Chemical theater and we do classic theater in wilmington and all all over wherever we can get hired at <hes> he just put on a show called in blood that i helped do some dead baby props for it was an immersive macbeth athen super proud of him super proud of it but we started the company back in two thousand fifteen because we did measure for measure to protest h._p. To woo wow oh so when h._p..
"goodyear" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror
"She'll kill all our friends and homemaker famous and she just does it watching it after having been a waitress in doing that for years i was kind of like yeah i wouldn't have even had been like ask more than dude. I'm going home and watching that rate after this. Oh she's she's funny not that i would kill my friends the idea of just selling out completely at that point heck yes absolutely like it's such a funny movie and and then i'm a huge lars von trier fan or are you going to say andy. Christ <hes> absolutely actually anti christ. I watched for the first time in my hotel room. When i was filming killer couples no oh my and i loved it as a parent i got it completely wow and it was rough but cathartic and it was beautiful and it's that's one of my favorites <hes>. I like to pretend he didn't make certain other than like. I'm not super into yeah of course anything by and on youtube all of his short films so the strange thing about the johnson. Family is <hes> one of the best things i've seen. I think he's my new horror horror movie creator boyfriend. He's single. This is what i hear. After filming the latest data he might make a movie about mindy. I love him and tie west but our astor's my man any other yeah if if you go on netflix there's one called kris k. r. i. s. h._a. It's about a woman who just got out of rehab for the teeth time wanting to host a family thanksgiving. The movie starts with just three minutes of her face this and it's black and white and it's utterly terrifying and the guy was like i just wanted to make something like kind of about my family and what it was like to have an addict as a mother there and it's it's just awesome. It's scary in a not conventional unconventional horror way awesome for me. It was utterly terrifying because i felt like my whole house filled up with the mood in the film. I think i've seen it like one of those like you should watch this kind of things from net flicks so i'll have to now. I'm definitely a million. Check it out but i am pretty sure. I've like happy that netflix spot it. I'm really like impressed that they did and then there's there's a movie called darling darling yeah yeah. I've seen that i love that. I love lauren ashley carter. I love anything she's in <hes>. She's one of those like independent film. Actress says she also did jug head or jug face. Yeah i've seen that <hes> she's outstanding. She's so great and she actually does reply back. No yeah if you reach out to her on social media she'll talk back to you. Yes she answers questions. She did something called imitation girl and that was also beautiful sea have like exact top top top favorites but the shining is an all time for sure yes <hes> of course that's just always going to be whatever and i've read the book for the first time recently and doctor sleep i also read and then i have have a friend who is in the doctor sleep movies so it's like definitely all coming full circle on it's great. I'm so excited to see that movie and i i listened to the shining the the audiobook last year so i think i'm going to have to listen to dr sleep before the movie comes out which <hes> does she get to meet you a mcgregor me. No no no that was in my friend..
"goodyear" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror
"Who was a lonely military wife trapped in a boring marriage to mardi air. You were hot and horny. Your husband wasn't giving you what you wanted so like we all do you turn to the internet nass where you meant john diamond which that sant totally sounds like a porn name. He was also married to move you start having an affair he was also on the military and could risk getting caught having an affair because the armed forces adultery is a criminal offence which which side note. I didn't know that that's really interesting to know but the theory is that it could break down unit cohesion your affair with john on is wild and michelle jonah go to fish bowl parties and sex couples but then marty wanted to make things work with michelle because he thought she was growing distant from him so she broke up the affair with john and tried to make it work with her husband. Michelle martin were on their way to a christmas party. She decides that she needs to stop at her office to pick up some paperwork while she is in the office years a gunshot and someone shot her husband in the back of the head while he was walking up the stairs to check on his wife wife. Of course she's a number one suspect as spouses normally are in situations like this. The story of her affair came out to the cops. During the investigation russian police further discovered that john diamond the porn star army guy sorry it was a trained sniper in the military a long story short michelle john killer husband so that she could get a huge life insurance pay out john was convicted of murder and sentenced to life without parole evidence was found that michelle linked to being a co conspirator to the murder she skipped town and when the police eventually tracked down four months later in florida they found she she was living with a new boyfriend. She had extensive plastic surgery done or face and books on how to disappear in america were foul. Sorry were found in her place. Thank you they. She was found guilty of first degree murder and sentenced to life without parole. Undone does that sound about right right and has since been sequestered multiple times for psychologically manipulating other inmates. This actually leads us to a question then i think sharon and i both had was did you do research for this episode or if so how much or can you talk about that a little bit. Oh no i can talk about all of that which is great <hes>. They're really cool with it so i actually sent the story into my favorite murder. No you did not oh my so. I'm like waiting to hear on it but it was great because i got to like review everything and see it in a different way but also what's funny about it <hes> because the one karen rights for t._v. So she knows like like all. The things you're not supposed to do is what they constantly do. What this reenactment shows and these reenactment shows have huge audiences and really loyal wants wants to even though like the really shouldn't they're awful long great wing. I mean in a wonderful way. They're just crap. It's awesome. There's no microphones during the recordings of the shows so they're really looking for people that actually look as much like the perpetrators and victims uh-huh and all involved as possible so it was on <hes> actors access which is a craigslist for actors so i submitted to it without my agents permission or knowledge because it's like i mean i think sharon stone tune since we work together. I've always wanted to be on lifetime. That's just fuck yeah vigo well. That was one of the questions i had for your lyrics later. What is your your ultimate goal. But oh my god i cannot wait to see you in your own lifetime movie one day and also i. I just wanted to say that you are much prettier than the actual michelle the're so. Thank god the thank god because she was like so. I got this actors access breakdown..
"goodyear" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror
"Welcome fours talk or we're not really horse. We just like word word play. Hello and welcome to horse talk horror. I'm sharon and i'm melinda and today we have a very special guest ast we would like to introduce amanda goodyear. She has been in many independent films. She was in an episode of the detour starring jason jones she was also also in season eight episode five of snapped killer coppell's which is one of minnie's favorite shows depend and also yell at so welcome amanda hi thanks for having me you are so welcome and thanks for coming on our show just a little bit of background. You and i used to work together in chicago. You were acting in chicago for a while and now you're in north carolina. Can you tell us why you moved to north carolina and how is the acting scene in north carolina compared to chicago. <hes> it's kind of a total fluke my husband who has my boyfriend at the time. He got a job teaching at u._n._c. W university university of north carolina wilmington and so we thought okay. Let's try this out and i had no idea that the film scene in wilmington is so huge sh <hes> they call it the hollywood of the south and now it's since moved a little bit more to atlanta but i can say there's way more jobs here in north carolina jonathan in chicago <hes> chicago's great but it had a ceiling for me which was also why it wasn't so hesitant to move i think when you knew me i started doing stand up and improv shows at the time and was just doing whatever the colleges were putting on but probably like the year before i had moved. I was on t._v. Twice a week i was auditioning all the time i had a modeling agent and i was still on food stamps so i was like this is not cutting it at all <hes> because because the sad secret about big cities is that they just don't pay some probably gonna get a lot of trouble for saying oh well. It's one of my big eggplants like as an actor though is like i always get extremely honest with people about that stuff. I have no issues with that because i'm kind of like broke his bro. Click what else you want and also in big cities you you have more competition for roles insanity yeah. When we went to see lala land my mother-in-law took me and it's such a diversion from this. I swear so bad but it's such a horror movie. It kind of was i hated it but there's like a part of it where she goes to an audition and there are all these women that looked just like occur and they're all going in to say the same thing that is chicago. We had an audition to be the wendy's girl and it was every crazy quirky redhead in the city and we were all in one room room and i thought i thought that would be a good horror movie. Actually you're absolutely right it. Just you know i'm fine to admit thank redheads are nuts like oh my gosh crazy so within the last week we watched your episode. I actually saw it before but i wanted to rewatch <hes> on my gosh jot down some cautions your episode of killer kabul's and we're gonna do kind of a quick synopsis for the listeners out there who have not seen this the episode because we have so many things that we want to ask you about this because mini irbil total fan girls over these reenactment shows so oh on mindy. Do you wanna give us a quick synopsis sure so in this episode you play michelle air right. That's how we say it. Yep michelle michelle fair..
"goodyear" Discussed on American Innovations
"He knew Goodyear would never amount to anything especially now with rubber where so many people had failed before you can imagine his shock then to hear of Goodyear's breakthrough. Wait a minute. You're talking about Charles Goodyear. My brother-in-law he invented this deforest had see this for himself and for once Goodyear delivered. He showed forest new furnace and proved that he can make consistent batches of Okinawa's rubber things looked so promising in fact that deforest decided to take a gamble. Unlike Goodyear to forest had a good reputation in business circles he owned a prosperous mill and knew how to make a buck. So he put his name on the line. And convinced a group of acquaintances to invest in good years, process importantly, Goodyear himself would have nothing to do with the manufacturing side of things. He would merely receive licensing fees providing him with a steady source of income. Goodyear, certainly didn't rocket to wealth after this. It's not a rags to riches story, but thanks to forest and the investors heat arranged by the mid eighteen forties. Goodyear's family would always have at least a little money coming in the door. But if Goodyear thought that its troubles were over he was sorely mistaken. Two men from his past were about to make much bigger problems for him. To understand where this trouble started. We actually have to jump back a few years in eighteen forty two while Goodyear was toiling away with his Volkan ization experiments. He.
"goodyear" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
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