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The Mystery Of The Mummified Twinkie

Short Wave

07:52 min | 4 hrs ago

The Mystery Of The Mummified Twinkie

"Colin purring in Pennsylvania wanted the world to know about his accidental fungal experiments involving twinkies. So what happened next? So he posted photos on twitter and they were seen by two scientists, Brian Love it and Matt Casson at West Virginia University, they study Fungi Casson says fungi are everywhere and they have this amazing ability to break down all kinds of substances. Fungi growing on jet fuel. Wow. So he means fungi can grow on pretty much anything and everything. Yeah and in the past their lab has tested how well they grow in peeps. You know that classic marshmallow tree tour hasn't says fungi found the peace challenging because you know they don't have a lot of water in them in a way they're kind of like an extreme environment, right? The food industry has crafted the ability to to make foods that have a long shelf life. You know I could test that out right now I got some old peeps in my house my kid. Kept from Easter like years ago. But anyway back to the twinkies. So these researchers were intrigued by Collins Posts on twitter and Colin was only too happy to mail his twinkies right to their lab. They suspected that whatever had mummified the twinkie was some kind of fungus but they wanted to confirm that and then find out exactly what kind of fungus. Okay. So twinkie mummy gets shipped to the lab obviously, they had to open it up. I'm guessing and as I look at the photo, the plastic wrapping around the shriveled twinkie looks like it's been vacuum-sealed like it sucked inward like. Right right. So the scientists thought maybe the fungus got in before the package was sealed, and then as it grew the fungus was using up more air or oxygen than it was putting out I mean, here's how love it described it. You end up with a document. And very well, vacuum may have halted. The fungus is ability to continue to grow We have the snapshot of what we were sent but who knows if this process occurred five years ago and he just only noticed it now yeah five years that's forty times the shelf life of a twinkie in eternity for twinkie anyway they had expected this horrific smelled hit them. When they opened the packaging, the smell would possibly kill one of us. But because of them of -cation there there really was no smell at all, which was really a pleasant surprise. So twinkie mommy is unwrapped smells like nothing what happened next? Well, they took a quick look with a magnifying scope and Juhasz some signs of fungal spore formation on the twinkie. So that suggested a fungus of some kind and the next step was to take a sample. So casting used a bone biopsy tool to sort of drill through the tough outer layer of this grey mummified twinkie, we certainly hit the marrow of the twinkie and quickly realized that there was still some. Cream filling on the inside. So, the inside was still cream-filled. Yeah that was a surprise they thought it would be sort of hard all the way through of it says, whatever did this to the twinkie it seems that the fungus was more interested in the cake on the outside. Then the filling on the inside see, this is a smart fungus because cake is clearly the superior part of the twinkie same with Orios same with cupcakes. You know what I'm talking about right now I don't know to me. It's like the combination of two things that's key. So I can't really separate them in my mind. That's fair I. Accept that. So the scientists have taken samples from the twinkie, do they go about determining what kind of fungus growing on it? They actually sampled multiple twinkies. Okay. So one was the mummified twinkie we've been talking about the other was the second twinkie from Collins box that was not mummified. The one that was just you know marred, it had that weird little blemish on the outside of it, and then they had this control scientific experiment they need scientific control, which was a what they called an as symptomatic twinkie from the same box. So they put those samples into lab dishes with nutrients commonly used to grow fungi, and from that little blemish twinkie the one. With just the little. Marc, they were able to grow a very common indoor fungus called Klee does sport him common indoor fungus, right? It's one of the most common airborne molds worldwide. Okay. So what about from the mummified twinkie? Okay. So that's where it gets even more interesting. Love. It says, they have not been able to grow any fungus from that particular sample. It may be that we don't have any living spores on store certainly dying depending on the fungus they could I very quickly and remember because the twinkie had been sort of vacuum sealed by whatever was going on there. You know it seems like it couldn't grow anymore inside it's wrapping. So there's truly perhaps no life in this twinkie. Well, the scientists you know weren't going to let that stop them they. Samples from both the marred and the mummified twinkies and he sent off to DNA sequencing company and twelve hours. Later, they got the results back the mark twinkie was a ninety nine point six percent matched to a fungus called close Boreham zeile film. The mummified twinkie was eighty one percent to a closely related clear does for him species. Plato's Boreham Tenuous Sim. CASSON's says DNA from the mummified twinkie was pretty degraded. So they actually probably are the same fungus. I'm so amazed they were able to identify these fungi from these twinkies. It is the mystery of the twinkie over I remain confident that science will continue already one researcher Kate Wallace at the University of Illinois contacted them and asked for a bit of the mummified that she wants to put in a scanning electron microscope. One that can get really really close. Up Images and hopefully you know see something cool and Kasim says he's not turning his lab entirely over to twinkie studies but you know they could still do some more research. We thought about inoculating some healthy twinkies with some cletus forum may be doing some transplants with the bone marrow biopsy tool where we replace a healthy plug with a fungus colonize plug. And see what happens from there. This twinkie line of research is just relentless. There's so many of questions still I mean what's the overall moral of the story here that you can try to hold onto the past but nothing gold can stay not even a twinkie well, that's one moral I mean another moral of the story is that Colin, purring ten should've listened to his mother and had more respect for expiration dates but you know people are really drawn to this myth that twinkies are immortal. I should mention we did reach out to hostess brands for comment on this story and I have not heard back from them at all You know the mummy twinkie is this different kind. Of disturbing vision of what the future could hold for twinkies and you know for all of us I mean Matt and says, this story seems to be gripping for people maybe because the grey mummified twinkie is such a dramatic contrast to this golden iconic twinkie that lives in our memories when those memories are tainted by like a visual reality like the twinkie experiment, we're kind of like caught off guard and we're like wait no, that's a symbol of my childhood. You can't take that from me to. So basically, like you said, emily, nothing lasts forever. You know here's Brian Love again, we're living in a time where we're all really grappling with our mortality eventually, all of us are future fungi. On. Seeing. That is sort of facing the the reality. Of. Holly and Our destination now, I did not expect a twinkie experiment to be a meditation on the human. Condition

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Let's Get Through This Together

Food for Thought

03:43 min | 1 d ago

Let's Get Through This Together

"The pandemic has taken its toll on all of us whether you're struggling to keep your worries about the virus under control. All have found yourself dealing with loneliness for the first time. Most of us would have had our fair share of days over the last couple of months and with this has come a newfound confidence to talk about how we feel about mental health. This week's food for thought consultant psychologist Dr Richard Sook Barat and die unforgivable nations explore the rollercoaster of ups and downs that we've wound up with. Larisa Holly Hawaii as I am very well. Thank you. Thank you so much for coming on the podcast today some. It's it's a very strange time and you must have been inundated with people needing a lot of support and I wonder if finding perhaps a sense of solidarity that everybody's going through the same thing we're all struggling one way or another is not helpful way of looking at a time like this. I definitely think. So in in the sense, it's you know we all going through something Sir unusual. Onset said that nobody has ever gone through before. So there isn't really a right or wrong way to be dealing with this and I don't think that anyone can even tell us as it that leads to a runway to be dealing with the pandemic and everything that's happening. So I think the concept of solidarity is really interesting. In the sense that we can't really assume that everyone struggles with the same. We can't assume that everyone's feeling the same and we calls from assume that everyone's got same golden mind or the same outcome in mind. But actually what we can issue is that what doing it all on common ground and I think once we are able to communicate our heads around that concept actually everyone is going this nobody's life is actually different. Navies actually go on holiday or having back. Hundred Pass and wedding. Everyone's that she in the same boat I think that helps people to feel connected in time where actually were probably feeling quite disconnected. Yeah. No, that's so in the way you said that in a time where we feel quite disconnected really rang true for me I guess. It's it's very strange isolating at different points. So we feel isolated because all friends can't see you will the change all the time and mental health is a term we just so used to hearing about now. So perhaps, we should break down what exactly is mental health about? So I think mental health. If we look at it in the sense of actually, let's start with what's physical health. We've now on this don't we lots actually looking body and it's something that we might check in with and we'll say. Especially when you see your GP GP my ask you how you doing today. And that's the same thing but actually using your mind using your bright and checking in how is that part of you doing right now and that covers things from how you thinking how you're feeling emotionally how you feeling physically and also how you're behaving. So that's the maybe reactive side. You'll mental health said, that's encompassing it I will say as a whole looking at those four different dimensions. And it's getting covered in such A. Range where someone might just be focusing on the thought side of it or somebody might be just focusing on the emotional aspect of it. Actually, it's a really really big subject a really big topic.

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Here are the key moments from the final Trump-Biden presidential debate

Forum

03:22 min | 4 d ago

Here are the key moments from the final Trump-Biden presidential debate

"Well. Polls show an extremely tight race between Donald Trump and Joe Biden in some key states, including Florida Maryellen classes, the Tallahassee Beauty for the Miami held and gave me her assessment of the debate from Tallahassee. It was remarkably different from the first debate We had a few weeks ago, they were more calm. They didn't talk over each other. The president was so much more restrained, and it was more of a debate. It was, ah, remarkable difference. And were there any moments that really stood out for you? There were a number of moments they began with. Vice President Joe Biden really made an effort at the start of the debate to try and bring the focus back at every opportunity to President Trump's handling of the pandemic. And I have to say that the president was pretty assertive in being able to Get an answer out. I think he was pretty effective at criticizing Joe Biden for having record and not accomplishing certain things during that time. I think Vice President Biden was also very effective in being critical of the president. You're in Tallahassee and this year where we are, it seems, is in Florida there. Percentage of of support in terms of registered voters seems almost neck and make their our dynamics This time around. That seemed to be changing. That is that Trump has lost senior voters. There seemed to be more young voters that are turning out to vote when traditionally they don't show up in very large numbers. There's also a lot of emphasis being placed on Hispanic voters to make sure that they show up and vote. And there's also work on getting black voters who are very reliable Democratic voters to show up so the ground efforts to get people out to vote made really be the thing that puts the candidates That winds over the edge on the beach of health care. I know you in terms of demographics, Floyd, it is it not have a very high rate off retirees. When they spoke about him on thrashed it out about health care. Is this something that may change the mind of a certain age is all that is the key issue for many voters in your state. Yes, it's very interesting because even though Florida has not expanded Medicaid to cover more people There are many more Floridians, especially in the Miami Dade area that are registered under the provision under Obama care, then are in other states, so there's a very large percentage of people that depend on Obama care for their health care. And so the threat of eliminating that is something that is important concern for many people, And while the president continues to say they're going to come up with an alternative They have had four years and they still haven't put a plan in front of the American people. So it's really sort of again. It's a vote over what we know or a promise of something we don't And she's Mary Ann and Class. The Tala Holly Tallahassee Bureau chief for the Miami

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Data Alone Is Not Enough: The Evolution of Data Architectures

a16z

05:28 min | 4 d ago

Data Alone Is Not Enough: The Evolution of Data Architectures

"Hi and welcome to the a sixteen e podcast. I'm DOS, data, data data. It's long been a buzzword in the industry whether big data, streaming data, data, analytics, data science even ai and machine learning but data alone is not enough. It takes an entire system of tools and technology to extract value from data. A multibillion dollar industry has emerged around these data tools and technologies and was so much excitement and innovation in the space. It raises the question how exactly do all these tools together This podcast featuring Ali Goatee, the CEO and founder of data bricks explores the evolution of data architectures including some quick history where they're going and surprising use case for streaming data as well as always take on how he'd architect the picks and shovels that handle data and ten today. Joining Ali this hallway style jam is a sixteen see General Partner Martinez. Casado who with other a sixteen the enterprise partners just published a series of blueprints for the modern data stack. You can find that as well as other pieces on building a businesses the empty promise of data moats and more at a sixteen dot com backslash mfl economics. In this conversation, we start with holly answering the question. How did we arrive at the set of data tools we have today Starting eighties, business leaders were kind of flying blind, not knowing how the business were doing waiting for finance to close the books and data warehousing paradigm came about they said, look we have all this data in these operational data systems. Why don't we just all that data would take it out of all of these systems transform into some place. Let's call data house and. Then, we can get business intelligence on that data and it was just a major transformation because now you have dashboard, you could know how your product is selling by region by skew by geography and that itself has created at least twenty billion dollar market that has been around for quite a few decades. Now, what about ten years ago? This technology started seeing some challenges? One more and more data types like video and audio started coming out, and there's no way you can store any of that in did our houses second they were on prem big boxes that you have to buy and the couple of storage and compute. Kim really expensive to scale them up and down, and the third thing was people wanted to do more and more machine learning ai on his data sets. They saw that we can ask future looking questions, which are my customers charn which my. Products are going to sell which campaigns should it be offering to who? So then the data leak came about ten years ago and idea was here's really cheap storage, dump all your data here and you can get all those insights and it turns out just dumping all your data in a central location. It's hard to make sense out of that data that sitting there and as a result, what people are doing now is they're taking subsets of that data moving into classic data warehouses in the cloud. So we ended up with an architectural maths stats inferior to what we had ladies go. We have data in two places and they don't make ended that or house or the stale mass, and the recent sees not great in the last two three years. There's some really interesting technological breakthroughs. That actually now are enabling a new kind of design pattern. We referred to it as the Lake House and idea is what if you could actually be able to do bi that rightly on your knowledge and what if you could do your reporting directly on your radio and your data science and your machine learning straight up on the data link I would love to tease apart a few things that have led us here. You know this is very clearly a large existing data warehouse market behind. And you know it's typified by people using sequel on structured data. Like the Emily, a use case is a little bit different than the analytics use case right the case it's normally human beings that are looking pash boards in making decisions where the. Use Case, you're creating these models and those models are actually put into production and they're part of the product they're doing pricing. They're doing fraud detection to underwriting, etc.. The analytics market is an existing buying behavior and existing customer MLA is an emerging market and so. The core question is, are we actually seeing the emergence of multiple markets order this one market? Well, there are big similarities and there are big differences. and. Let's start with similarities roughly the same data. is needed for both there's no doubt when it comes to a and machine learning a lot of the secret sauce, you'll get those. Results predictions comes with augmenting your data with additional Meta data that you have. In some sense we have the same data and you're asking questions don't differences. One is backwards looking future looking but other than that a lot of it is the same and you want to do the same kind of things with the data you want to sort of repair it WanNa have it so that you can make sense of it. If you have structural problems with your data that actually causes also problems for machine learning, actually the difference today is that. It's line of business as typically doing a and they'll science or hardcore rnd whereas housing and be I oftentimes sits in it users of the data warehouse into Beatles, our data analysts, business analysts, and machine learning. We have the all scientists machine learning engineers. We have machine learning scientists. So the personas different and it sits in a different place in the organization and those people have different backgrounds and they have different requirements on the product using today.

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Utah sheriff's sergeant says Zion hiker's story 'does not add up'

KCBS Radio Morning News

00:22 sec | 4 d ago

Utah sheriff's sergeant says Zion hiker's story 'does not add up'

"A sheriff's sergeant investigating the case of the missing hiker was found Sunday in Utah Zion National Park After 12 days says parts of her story don't add up. Darryl Kashin says there's too much bacteria in a river near where Holly Court here was found for her to have consumed it safely, and she had no head injury as her family claims.

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DOJ Files Google Antitrust Lawsuit

Hugh Hewitt

00:41 sec | Last week

DOJ Files Google Antitrust Lawsuit

"News breaking news. The Justice Department is going to file an antitrust lawsuit against Google today. Alleging that the company engaged in anti competitive conduct to preserve monopolies and search and search advertising that formed the cornerstone of its vast conglomerate. Josh Holly tweeting. This will be the most important antitrust suit in a generation as the first state attorney general in the country to launch the antitrust investigation of Google. I applaud this suit is desperately needed and long overdue. Big text Free Pass is over The Wall Street Journal Exclusive. That's going to shake the market this morning alphabet. Is under Scrutiny. Dr Mitchell in

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Hiker missing for two weeks found in Zion National Park

America's Morning News

00:34 sec | Last week

Hiker missing for two weeks found in Zion National Park

"A California woman who had been missing for two weeks in Zion and National Park in Utah has been found, Park officials say. 38 year old Holly court here was found Sunday by search and rescue crews and ethically vegetated area along the Virgin River. This after Park Rangers received a tip that she was seen Her daughter told a CNN Her mother hurt her head early in her hike and became disoriented a quarter now has been reunited with her family. Authorities say crews began the search after she didn't show up for her scheduled picked up in the park by a private shuttle. On October 6th.

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Missing hiker found alive after nearly 2 weeks in Zion National Park

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

00:25 sec | Last week

Missing hiker found alive after nearly 2 weeks in Zion National Park

"Were learning more about the hiker from California, missing for two weeks in Utah Zion National Park. Search and rescue crews found Holly Court here in thick vegetation along the Virgin River. CBS's Carter Evans, her daughter, Caylee Chambers, tell CBS News her mom injured her head on a tree and was too weak and disoriented to actively seek out help. Cordelia and experienced hiker left no itinerary and did not take a

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Department of Justice sues Google for antitrust violation

WSJ Tech News Briefing

04:13 min | Last week

Department of Justice sues Google for antitrust violation

"Think one of the most important things that this justice department could do is to bring an antitrust suit before I have this job I was Attorney General the State of Missouri was I think the first attorney general the nation to bring an antitrust investigation of Google I'm delighted now that all fifty state attorneys general plus DC had this an investigation underway and the US Department of Justice Antitrust suit against Google is absolutely warranted and probably against facebook also. So that's number one. I do think we need to change our laws to get at this concentration of power that these tech companies have amassed in. We can do that along several fronts number one consumers on have control over their dad consumers on to have the right to say I don't. WanNa be tracked around the Internet. I want to control all data be able to say no, you can't track me unless explicitly consent to it they ought to be able to give their data back to have the big companies delete that down behavioral advertising, which is where most of these companies Google facebook where they really make their money behavioral advertising I believe should. Not Be immunized by section two, thirty of the Communications Decency Act that famous shield that immunity shield that has allowed these companies to become the became us that they are I don't think they ought to get immunity for behavioral advertising I think it's outside the scope of the Act Congress ought to make that clear. That would remove much incentive for these companies. To track and to spy and surveillance and sell that data all doesn't service to behavioral targeted advertising I. Don't think they should get the immunity shield for that and finally Jerry I would say that it's time to provide section to thirty itself. At another way if these companies enforce their terms of service, unequally, individuals ought to be able to take them to court. They're treated the tech companies are unlike any other media company in America they are immunized from sue just about across the board they have all the power individuals no power. It's time to redress that else. So Congressman Facility you talk about a range of options what are the options that appeal to you I agree with Senator Much Senator Holly Just said, look we. Want. Competition back in the digital marketplace. Many of the problems that are discussing this afternoon are a direct result of the enormous market power. The dominance of these large technology firms in the absence of competition has resulted in a decline in innovation oppressive contracts unfair practice anti competitive behaviors than simply are permitted because of the huge size and power of these platforms. So what? We really want is antitrust enforcement that brings real competition into the marketplace that will allow a consumers to have more control of their data that will allow consumers to have greater privacy protections that will prevent these platforms and engaging in anti competitive behaviour the favors, their own products and services that that doesn't allow them to acquire data that then premier them to acquire competitors. To bully competitors to exclude people from their market. So I think all of the good competition policy that we fought so hard to include in the history of our country needs to be protected and we need to bring real competition to this digital marketplace. I do want to say this notion of unequal treatment look I know there is I, think one of my two colleagues. Warning as a baseless fantasy grievance that the engine somehow biased against conservative voices. That's simply not true. In fact, if you look at the vast majority, every day of the highest rankings, their conservative websites just did it before I came on today nine out of ten are Fox, News Dan Bongino Donald Trump, Jay sekulow fox, and friends Margaret. There's one NPR that's not considered a Republican or Conservative. So that's just not a real issue, but the dissemination of also permission. Is Real. We saw it in the two thousand, sixteen campaign. We're seeing it again here, and this is the challenge is how do platforms deal with this very serious and pernicious problem that is undermining our democracy, the widespread dissemination of false information every time there's a discussion about section two thirty is certain attempt to bully these classrooms roads because of this claim of conservative bias, it just doesn't exist and we have a real problem here that we need to

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Missing hiker found alive after nearly 2 weeks in Utah's Zion National Park

News, Traffic and Weather

00:57 sec | Last week

Missing hiker found alive after nearly 2 weeks in Utah's Zion National Park

"Nearly two weeks lost in Utah Zion National Park er over for a mom from California 38 year old Holly court here found by Park Rangers and reunited with her family. After vanishing during a solo hike that was supposed to last a day or sister Gillian court here, Oliver tells ABC I went out with a very experienced hiker. And we actually said, you know, we're going to step off the trails. We're gonna look where she could be now. One point We're hanging on the edge of a cliff and rocks are falling on us. And I thought Oh, my gosh, This is my sister. You know, I did, at one point think. How could she live through this? But she did surviving 12 days with almost no food and virtually no water Holly, making it through losing weight and covered in bruises, and her sister says moment I talked to her on the phone, she said. I love you so much, and that was for a signature thing to say to people that she loves him. I said so much for coming home for what it's worth, Dave Packer, ABC News

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California woman rescued in Zion National Park is 'getting her strength back'

Mark Levin

00:23 sec | Last week

California woman rescued in Zion National Park is 'getting her strength back'

"Woman who was missing for about two weeks in Zion National Park and Utah has been found in the park. 38 year old Holly Cordillera was found yesterday by search and rescue crews after Park Rangers got a tip that she had been seen. Park officials didn't say where she was found or a condition she was in. But her sister told Good Morning America she is recovering after being found with bruises all over her body and losing weight.

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Missing hiker found alive in Zion National Park after disappearing nearly 2 weeks ago

Kate Dalley

00:28 sec | Last week

Missing hiker found alive in Zion National Park after disappearing nearly 2 weeks ago

"Chris Barnes. Search crews found a California resident Holly Suzanne, courtier safe after two weeks missing in a national park. The 38 year old Woodland Hills, California woman had last been seen in Utah Zion National Park back on October 6th at the time of courtiers disappearance, her daughter told CBS Los Angeles. That she was an avid hiker, and she had recently lost her job as a nanny due to the Corona virus pandemic was traveling around in a converted camper van

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California mom found safe 12 days after vanishing in national park

KYW 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | Last week

California mom found safe 12 days after vanishing in national park

"This is the ending Rescuers had hoped for after a nearly two weeks search in a national park in Utah Zion National Park, a 38 year old woman was missing for 12 days. Her daughter was confident she'd be found. I know she would not give up on me, so I refused to give up on her, and yesterday, Holly Cordillera was found safe search crews were able to get to her after another park visitors spotted her. She only intended to spend a day at the park. Getting a ride there on a bus.

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Los Angeles Woman From Woodland Hills Reunited With Family After Going Missing In Utah’s Zion National Park

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

01:04 min | Last week

Los Angeles Woman From Woodland Hills Reunited With Family After Going Missing In Utah’s Zion National Park

"Woodland Hills woman who's been missing for Almost two weeks in Zion National Park in Utah, Holly Corday was found alive the Rangers she's recovering from the ordeal. She got lost on the hike. She was out there by herself. Sister Gillian, telling ABC that the family and volunteers had an intense search for her in the park. I went out with a very experienced hiker, and we actually said, you know, we're going to step off the trails. We're gonna look where he could be now. One point we're hanging on the edge of a cliff and rocks are falling on us. And I thought Oh, my gosh, if this is my sister You know, I did, at one point think. How could she live Through this? The family says the 30 year old had lost a job as a nanny was traveling the country and a converted van just visiting the national parks. An experienced hiker Park Ranger told the NBC that she had taken a blanket with her, but the cell phone she'd left behind. She did not leave an itinerary. She did not leave. Any idea of where she was planning on going from. Another part is there led to her being found this morning. President Trump

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Woman who vanished in Zion National Park nearly two weeks ago is found alive

Stephanie Miller

00:31 sec | Last week

Woman who vanished in Zion National Park nearly two weeks ago is found alive

"Missing nearly two weeks ago in Utah Zion National Park has been found alive, according to her family. 38 year old Holly Court here, who they described as an experienced tiger was last seen entering the Utah Park on October. Before she was reported missing by her family, the National Park Service said. Search and rescue teams located court here early Sunday after receiving a credible tip from a park visitor. She was reunited with and left the park with her family. That's Phil Farrar reporting cheers.

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California woman reunited with family after going missing in Utah national park

Leo Laporte

00:16 sec | Last week

California woman reunited with family after going missing in Utah national park

"Diego woman's mother, who disappeared in Zion National Park nearly two weeks ago has been found alive, according to her family. Holly Corti Air was last seen entering the Utah Park on October 6th National Park Service located her and she left with her family

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Your Next Flying Adventure in Hawaii with Fly Maui

Stuck Mic AvCast – An Aviation Podcast About Learning to Fly, Living to Fly, & Loving to Fly

02:46 min | Last week

Your Next Flying Adventure in Hawaii with Fly Maui

"Love Looking things out the window, the airplane like everybody. Else. I, Love Lighthouses in Wales and I think that the Hawaiian especially Maui it'd be a perfect spot for that. But in your words I mean, why do people WANNA go fly in Maui? All Karl is now there's a lot of different reasons you know first of all people love to come to Hawaii to Maui specifically is just like. some people do it as an aviation? Adventure and it just makes it really fine. So they'll you know vacation they'll have some downtime, the beach they'll do some more interesting like hiding, and of course, incorporate flying in and organised talk about the opportunities as a pilot. You can visit your specifically in a few minutes but you know Hawaiian was it is paradise the the climate is amazing. The beaches are uncrowded. It's low key laid back in the. General aviation ramp it's everybody's friendly. A the spirit Aloha is all around just like in a lot of are other general aviation airports but the weather's awesome. I would say we are fueled actually went far couple of days ago, and you can probably count on one hand the number times in a year that we actually go I-. Afar into says you just amazing flying missions we have here. It's great for applied school. Our students hardly ever have a down day because the weather and Maui is pretty unique just because of the topography here where it's located. Just on our little island eleven of the fourteen worlds climate zones are found here so You're on the beach and lay layout or over in Fong Holly and get too hot and sweaty from being outside and being in the sand than you can always go up to your. The summit of Holly, Autho? which is a dormant shield volcano. It's over ten thousand feet at the summit and usually stays around fifty degrees during the daytime up there. So you can go up there and full off just so much to see endure, and of course, from the air getting to see all that is so unique. Really a diverse environment also the fact that you can go and cool off so much make you bet there's probably somewhere in Hawaii I'm not sure that you can go skiing I would think I know service Maui. Yeah it does happen just. Seems like once a year last February we we had six eight inches at the summit and on the Big Island, which is about seventy eighty miles from here. The three summits, their twelve, thirteen, thousand they actually do have people that because they'll have moral snowcap or longer to town. So they'll actually go have some guys get out snowboards.

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Your Next Flying Adventure in Hawaii with Fly Maui

Stuck Mic AvCast – An Aviation Podcast About Learning to Fly, Living to Fly, & Loving to Fly

02:46 min | Last week

Your Next Flying Adventure in Hawaii with Fly Maui

"Love Looking things out the window, the airplane like everybody. Else. I, Love Lighthouses in Wales and I think that the Hawaiian especially Maui it'd be a perfect spot for that. But in your words I mean, why do people WANNA go fly in Maui? All Karl is now there's a lot of different reasons you know first of all people love to come to Hawaii to Maui specifically is just like. some people do it as an aviation? Adventure and it just makes it really fine. So they'll you know vacation they'll have some downtime, the beach they'll do some more interesting like hiding, and of course, incorporate flying in and organised talk about the opportunities as a pilot. You can visit your specifically in a few minutes but you know Hawaiian was it is paradise the the climate is amazing. The beaches are uncrowded. It's low key laid back in the. General aviation ramp it's everybody's friendly. A the spirit Aloha is all around just like in a lot of are other general aviation airports but the weather's awesome. I would say we are fueled actually went far couple of days ago, and you can probably count on one hand the number times in a year that we actually go I-. Afar into says you just amazing flying missions we have here. It's great for applied school. Our students hardly ever have a down day because the weather and Maui is pretty unique just because of the topography here where it's located. Just on our little island eleven of the fourteen worlds climate zones are found here so You're on the beach and lay layout or over in Fong Holly and get too hot and sweaty from being outside and being in the sand than you can always go up to your. The summit of Holly, Autho? which is a dormant shield volcano. It's over ten thousand feet at the summit and usually stays around fifty degrees during the daytime up there. So you can go up there and full off just so much to see endure, and of course, from the air getting to see all that is so unique. Really a diverse environment also the fact that you can go and cool off so much make you bet there's probably somewhere in Hawaii I'm not sure that you can go skiing I would think I know service Maui. Yeah it does happen just. Seems like once a year last February we we had six eight inches at the summit and on the Big Island, which is about seventy eighty miles from here. The three summits, their twelve, thirteen, thousand they actually do have people that because they'll have moral snowcap or longer to town. So they'll actually go have some guys get out snowboards.

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"holly i" Discussed on Plant Of The Week

Plant Of The Week

04:26 min | 3 weeks ago

"holly i" Discussed on Plant Of The Week

"I was out looking around the other day after a little bit of rain and see what good that had done and looked up and and brushed my shoulder against the shrub. That's I don't know seven feet tall thousand or so feet wide couple three of them. They are Holly's this particular group of holidays are called Sparkleberry. There are a number of shrub types of holidays. Mine happens to have the reddest of red flowers They're the size of a half a cranberry in terms of that but a brilliant red sign sign theme and then there are the other holidays. If you're lucky enough to have a well-drained organic soil that can be or ears a little acidic the American holly tree which gets very large and and doesn't quite a beautiful job south of here in Columbus area. That is south of Main in an area that's got some age to it. There are a number of large American holidays they happen to grow wage. What was the old River Bank area of the Olentangy then one that I do not understand have not understood but it is an American holly. It stands right behind the sidewalk sidewalk is south of the tree then six feet in the curb and then the hot blacktop the driveway gives a heat off the blacktop all morning long all well all midday. It is in the absolutely wrong position presently twelve feet tall and has to be trimmed back in diameter. So it doesn't block The View coming out of the driveway. So that is the Holi story. There are many many kinds and they do require a better soil than what I'm going to call our average Olentangy River junk long does work into the process, but you need to add a lot of organic either compost or peat moss then add some powdered sulfur and so on so that you can get it. Let's just say well drained and acidic then you can log So darn your any Holly and I well my Sparkle berries are fifteen or twenty years old and each year. Well, they don't flourish in size anymore. They've picked out in size. Like I say seven eight feet tall and and white, but they're they've been generous in flour. And then when it comes the time where the dead birds I'm going to call them and principally the Robin are flocking in the middle of winter and there's been a couple of darn good freezes. That's often those little berries. I have counted them if they'd hold still I would know better count but I've counted twenty five or more Robbins on that shrub in one given point and in two days, it's been picked clean and they move on looking for food so it can be a pleasure. If you it can feed the birds. And of course the red orange belly of a rabbit in the wintertime is quite something. So that's those then I just yep. To throw in for interest and color and bird. Well call it food. The seed heads on many of our plants the the well, let's check. There are several groups of plants. I happen to leave the cold flowers and I don't have very many of them, but I'll leave a cone flower into coreopsis and so on those things that have a seed-spitting head on them the Fitch just love those little rascals. So I leave them and other things then we turn to the shrubs and there I have several shrubs including viburnum that are now in in either a yellow or red stage of fruit. Some will go on and turn black and again once there is some fries if softens the fruit same with flowering crabapple birds can eat them now, but I suppose they're full of element a little hard to digest it's pretty solid yet. But as soon as we've had several freezes, which I don't necessarily personally look forward to but it's dead. For the fruit and again, the birds will just go crazy and where I like to do what I can to preserve nature those things will be left to stand and I enjoy the tan colors and so on edge of leaving grasses stand. I leave the other plants looking wintry. I happen to enjoy that that leaves something in the garden, others want to clean up totally and that's fine. But those things are that the big deal for this week..

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"holly i" Discussed on Plant Of The Week

Plant Of The Week

04:26 min | 3 weeks ago

"holly i" Discussed on Plant Of The Week

"I was out looking around the other day after a little bit of rain and see what good that had done and looked up and and brushed my shoulder against the shrub. That's I don't know seven feet tall thousand or so feet wide couple three of them. They are Holly's this particular group of holidays are called Sparkleberry. There are a number of shrub types of holidays. Mine happens to have the reddest of red flowers They're the size of a half a cranberry in terms of that but a brilliant red sign sign theme and then there are the other holidays. If you're lucky enough to have a well-drained organic soil that can be or ears a little acidic the American holly tree which gets very large and and doesn't quite a beautiful job south of here in Columbus area. That is south of Main in an area that's got some age to it. There are a number of large American holidays they happen to grow wage. What was the old River Bank area of the Olentangy then one that I do not understand have not understood but it is an American holly. It stands right behind the sidewalk sidewalk is south of the tree then six feet in the curb and then the hot blacktop the driveway gives a heat off the blacktop all morning long all well all midday. It is in the absolutely wrong position presently twelve feet tall and has to be trimmed back in diameter. So it doesn't block The View coming out of the driveway. So that is the Holi story. There are many many kinds and they do require a better soil than what I'm going to call our average Olentangy River junk long does work into the process, but you need to add a lot of organic either compost or peat moss then add some powdered sulfur and so on so that you can get it. Let's just say well drained and acidic then you can log So darn your any Holly and I well my Sparkle berries are fifteen or twenty years old and each year. Well, they don't flourish in size anymore. They've picked out in size. Like I say seven eight feet tall and and white, but they're they've been generous in flour. And then when it comes the time where the dead birds I'm going to call them and principally the Robin are flocking in the middle of winter and there's been a couple of darn good freezes. That's often those little berries. I have counted them if they'd hold still I would know better count but I've counted twenty five or more Robbins on that shrub in one given point and in two days, it's been picked clean and they move on looking for food so it can be a pleasure. If you it can feed the birds. And of course the red orange belly of a rabbit in the wintertime is quite something. So that's those then I just yep. To throw in for interest and color and bird. Well call it food. The seed heads on many of our plants the the well, let's check. There are several groups of plants. I happen to leave the cold flowers and I don't have very many of them, but I'll leave a cone flower into coreopsis and so on those things that have a seed-spitting head on them the Fitch just love those little rascals. So I leave them and other things then we turn to the shrubs and there I have several shrubs including viburnum that are now in in either a yellow or red stage of fruit. Some will go on and turn black and again once there is some fries if softens the fruit same with flowering crabapple birds can eat them now, but I suppose they're full of element a little hard to digest it's pretty solid yet. But as soon as we've had several freezes, which I don't necessarily personally look forward to but it's dead. For the fruit and again, the birds will just go crazy and where I like to do what I can to preserve nature those things will be left to stand and I enjoy the tan colors and so on edge of leaving grasses stand. I leave the other plants looking wintry. I happen to enjoy that that leaves something in the garden, others want to clean up totally and that's fine. But those things are that the big deal for this week..

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"holly i" Discussed on ActionPacked

ActionPacked

02:31 min | 2 months ago

"holly i" Discussed on ActionPacked

"Everybody knows this lots of bodies until I actually had over the several of those on the way to the summit. Nothing really prepared me for dot..

"holly i" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

08:10 min | 5 months ago

"holly i" Discussed on How I Built This

"That they felt most skin-care today, and this was you know? Two thousand eight nine was really highly clinical and built on Dr Driven Brands and not fun and playful, and they thought there was something really interesting about a brand that was very serious in technology, but doing it in a very fun and playful spirit, so all right so sephora calls you out of the blue by the way I think at this time. You had your phone number on the on the bottle. Right your. Cell number well now is so that if anybody wanted to talk about, super goop they would reach me directly and and she said we like what you're doing, and and we don't think that you're ready for a meeting, but we thought maybe we could be helpful and you know. Sephora is known to really nurture indie brands, and and with strong founder visions, and and she said I thought I would reach out and just share a few things. That might be a good idea for you before. If you're interested in, and then maybe you can get in touch when you feel that you've grown up a little bit. And the what was her name Kim Holt and what did Kim suggest you? She said you need press. She said you need. If you WANNA get into Sephora. You gotTA start with getting some more press. Yes, so in two thousand a you know this is before instagram and influence or marketing, and it was all really about those press placements that you'd get in the magazine that showed your product. They were very product driven, and that's what sold product in Sephora so I had none of that. So. What did you do? Well So. That Twenty Five thousand that my dad the next day left our home after Thanksgiving and he left check on the counter, and he said to me Holly go get your elephant. And that was his way of saying. Stop Messing with all these small little retailers and and go get a big account. And so I went to Vegas. We put that booth together, but. What I found when I got to Vegas was was just like I could have cried. I had really fought to be in the natural and organic and very thoughtfully curated selections of the show. But what I found was I was. SMACK DAB in the middle of all of the GRANOLA and very poem, grown brands, and all of the very cool, modern, beautifully aesthetic brands were up on the second floor and the lady in the booth. Right next to me, had a brand called happy, green be, and she spent the whole show all five days knitting. And and show is so slow that I spent most of my time in her booth looking. I thought this was. You'RE GONNA? Tell me about how you found a publicist. Did you find the? So well kind of the last day when everyone was breaking apart their booths and everything I was you know walking around and someone who came up to me and said Gosh. You've really got to be good buddies with Roxanne. And I said Oh I know you know we had to way too much time to talk on during the show, not enough sales and they said well I would imagine she could really help you and I was like. What do you mean and she said? You know who that is holly. It's Roxanne quimby the founder of bees. Roxanne Quimby, who has been our show? We've had on our show. She's amazing. So you, you you? Did you go tour? Yeah, so went right back over there I was like rock. How could you not tell me that you're the you were Roxanne Quimby. The founder of birth vs She's Super Low key super low key, and she said Holly I wanted to hear your story and your vision without you knowing that. So then what I mean, do you like exchange numbers emails go for coffee. What do you do know is the last day of the show. She said I very quickly. How can I help you? WanNa help I like what you're doing? And I, said I need a PR firm in New York and I can't get one to save my life. And and an hour later Nancy Berman was calling me while I was in a cab to the airport. And she nancy is the founder of Berman Communications which was known as the biggest beauty pr firm in New York. And she said I just got off the phone with Roxanne Quimby and she says I need to fly to Texas to me. She says. I gotta fly to Texas to you. You're doing forty five thousand bucks a year in sales. And this this is like a big shot PR person. And you're like great. Let's do it. No actually I immediately kicked into well. She needs to know. There's competition because I know. This is GonNa cost me an arm and a leg. And, so I said well. Actually I'm going to be in New York next week interviewing several other PR firms. I'd love to schedule you in. Bound, which was totally made up on the fly. Nice so than you. Fled New York so well then I grabbed my sister, my brother, my husband. was still just so I had people in the room to look like we were doing something bigger than we were, and I did. In fact, get several other PR meetings with quite a few of competitors based on being able to call and saying I'm coming to New York to sit down with Nancy Berman next week and I'd like to also I hear I should also be talking with your firm. So Nancy. Presumably you end up working with Nancy she did she rolled out the red carpet and I was very impressed with. We were all very impressed with her pitch. But given that you only have forty five thousand in revenue for the year, which is not profit. How how? How much did Nancy Com student to bring on well, that was the hard part because when it got to be. The last page of her proposal was where we started talking about money, and knowing that the world of PR wasn't GonNa talk about US PF outside of the summer months. She pitched me on a six month contract. That would go from January to June. and. She felt in that time. We could in January hit the long leads to make sure we were in the april-may books and she would charge US twelve thousand dollars a month. But only six months out of the twelve seventy two thousand dollars. And you thought. I think I might have said. Have you been listening to everything that I've been talking about because I'm trying to DC's analyze a category, and it's never going to happen if I'm only talking to the beauty editors and my I think everybody's going. Oh, my gosh. She's trying to convince now Nancy to take twelve month retainer and I always credit my husband for this because that sounds. Sounds Crazy to pay twelve months of a retainer when we weren't even making in revenue, but he was adamant about. You've got to do this, holly. This is your path to Sephora elephant and we will figure out how to pay for this, so you're GonNa pay basically what you decide. We're going to get the best publicist because we. This is our one our moonshot here. GOING TO COST US two years revenue to get this publicist. And you, you basically take the plunge. And I think she came down to about eight thousand a month, because it was a twelve month retainer right when you signed on with her Where where was she able to place stories about supergroup in all the beauty magazines, so a lure and you know just the traditional press ended that. Move the needle that you get. Did you start to get a lot of? People enquiring. We did and and we also got that helped a lot with the launch and Barneys New York which Nancy set up an interview with the beauty buyer of Barney's, and she actually was a skin cancer survivor, so she really very fair skin. Her name is Pitino Neil and she bought into the idea of building a skincare brand with a foundation in SPF. And Barney's certainly at that time was really important, really influential place to be yeah. We launched in show in their apothecary. And you know they're things that came from that that.

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"holly i" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

08:34 min | 5 months ago

"holly i" Discussed on How I Built This

"Week, but then I also immediately thought about my seventeen kids that I taught that year in the classroom. And never once did I see a tube of sunscreen on the school campus. Despite the fact that the children were on the playground in the middle of the day, and often even staying an in sports in the afternoon, no one was wearing sunscreen. And and to be clear with the vast majority of us are not wearing sunscreen all the time, right? This is just not part of our. It's not. It's like brushing your teeth. Most people don't just don't do this. This is two thousand five and you start to think. What like hey, maybe maybe I can figure out a way to get people to wear sunscreen all the time, not just at the beach. was that what you were thinking like? Immediately asked so I found the study by Memorial Sloan Kettering that was talking

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"holly i" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

06:37 min | 5 months ago

"holly i" Discussed on How I Built This

"Didn't see anywhere other than my grandmother's living room, and and I thought Gosh, if I could switch gears and play the harp it. Would you know there's not a lot of competition? You could be the best harpist because there are bright. There probably weren't that many around you. And everything sounds beautiful on the harp. When even when you mess up, it's pretty. Yeah by the way is a you know a fifth grader sixth grader. How did you carry the harp to on wheels? it has a Dolly and you learn how to handle it. It's not so much that it's heavy as that it has so many moving parts, but you're not bringing the heart onto the school bus, no, no, and in fact I played at home, and then for the talent shows. Of course I'd show up, but it wasn't really until high school that I began getting really excited about the harp because I saw it more as A. A business and the I the idea of creating a business around holly, the Harpist was exciting to me. Why wait so you? As you sort of got better at the harp? You Thought Hey, this could be my business like you're thinking this. In High School. I was I was actually already working on the weekends and every Sunday for Brunch local country club like in the dining room. You would just be in the corner playing the harp. Be Holly the Harpist, the harvest and I kind of set my price, because there wasn't a lot of competition, so a really started out playing for one hundred dollars an hour, which was a lot when you're in ninth grade. Wow, all right, so you are. Holly, the harpist playing harp am for money, which is awesome and and you decide to go to school at Louisiana State University, which is not that far from from where you live. I guess. And what did you? Did you study music there? Yes I did so I was never really that great of a student I I spent those first two years in college studying music. I totally did not fit in with anyone in the music school. I realized how serious the musicians were in college, and I was more interested in doing what I was already doing. Wish was performing and playing and I was at the time. You know still getting jobs in new. Orleans at the Museum of art and I played a little backup for Aretha Franklin when she came through. And what a what what whow? What did you? What did you play with Franklin Amazing Grace Wow, that's i. mean if there ever is a song to play. Play with Aretha Franklin. You run the hard man that's amazing and look. It makes me sound like I. was this Great Harpist? But like I was so winging it. I had no idea but I knew I couldn't say. No and I had no business I. Literally had to break down every measure and that reading music type student you know, but you keep in mind like I enjoyed the business of holly the Harpist way more than I enjoyed playing the harp, so if you I mean if you didn't enjoy playing the harp that much. Like. What did you decide that you want do professionally? So I had also grown up because I think I'm so such an organized person, and I love pencils and supplies and things. I grew up thinking that being a teacher would be really fun and I often even when my little brother we get home from school and you know, keep in mind. He was seven years younger than I was. I would sort of start. Start a new session in his room and get worksheets for him and pass out my sheets, and and so I thought well, maybe I should. Maybe I should be a teacher and I guess that's what you did. I read that you. You went onto to study education and got your first teaching job. I think in in Baton Rouge that is right. It was so there was a private episcopal school in Baton Rouge, that was actually I, later learned was quite difficult to get a job there as a first year out of college, and how was it? It was fantastic, so I had a wonderful year. I poured my heart into doing. Everything that I had learned in college. I also kind of looking back now I think I, poured my heart into outdoing every other teacher in the school, and kept my eye on trying to impress the the board that had given me the opportunity to be there, but. I loved every second of it. I am in fact I? Still talk to those seventeen students many of them. Today. But from what I've read, you only will only a teacher for a year I. Mean You have this in? Promising career. What why aren't you a teacher today? What happened? Yeah so? You know the end of the school. Year came when contracts are placed in the teachers, boxes and I didn't receive one and. And the school said they were not offering me a return contract, and I later learned as a first year teacher. You're considered provisional. And they said you know. This was due to problems and concerns that were were brought up from. Teachers and not really fitting in well. What does that mean? Exactly I. I didn't know either I did a lot of exploration at that moment, but I was devastated. Yeah, you know had gone to college to to third grade schoolteacher, and and here my career was seemingly ending very quickly. And then you Denver got any more specific feedback. Like what was it that you did or not do or? I did I did and I learned you know I was SORTA breaking rules? I wasn't eating lunch with other teachers I wasn't hanging out in the teachers lounge, talking and connecting and and I I was being completely honest with myself I did feel a little claustrophobic within the four walls of a classroom and they were in a way. Right did constantly look for ways to sort of leave campus early or I'd say I had a hard job and and double book myself and you know it there was. That wasn't in the cards for me and yeah, but you know after a couple of months of exploring these these things I just decided I'm GonNa move on. It is amazing though that setbacks can actually be a blessing that you don't. You don't realize the time right like Hugh. Had you had this amazing year and renewed your contract and you stayed there. You might not have ever done what you did. Absolutely I'm so grateful that. Played out like it did because I don't.

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"holly i" Discussed on Exvangelical

Exvangelical

13:17 min | 11 months ago

"holly i" Discussed on Exvangelical

"And welcome back. Exxon Jellicoe my guest. This week is Holly Laurent she. She is the CO host of the mega podcast as well as a feature performer on. NPR's live from here from the shore said welcome. Welcome to the show. You know what people do that all the time people call me Lauren Lot and I respond to it because my last name kind of looks like a first name and so my name to you. You're in good. You're in good company. Oh Man I I had everything else find on on the first day and then I totally gifted on that the human right. That's right. Well welcome to the show. Holly I like to start off the show by talking about where more people you grew up like both where they grew up in the states where where they did and sort of what their initial religious upbringing was like as well. So let's let's start there. Where where did you get your start? Yeah well you know what's interesting is you're sitting in Chicago right now right. Yeah that's right. What neighborhood do you live in? I live in Rogers. I just park in the far side. So Yeah I consider myself as cargo in. 'cause I lived there for probably fifteen years when I was I didn't high school. I grew up in the suburbs. Out in Elgin okay. Yeah I went to high school in Naperville so different parts of the suburbs but also gration. Yeah Yeah And then when I moved into the city actually and I love Chicago so much everywhere I lived in Lakeview Lincoln Square Square Buck town I kind of was all over and I love Chicago so much and just picturing you and Chicago and picturing turn Rogers Park and like hearing the L in my memory makes me really nostalgic because I've been living in La for the last six years. And I But I but I consider myself a Chicago and yes it's a great city in it's it's got the neighborhoods have such character and you know they're very distinct and I'm a huge booster of Osha Kogyo and the neighborhood of Rogers Park. I know that Mike Rogers Park is known for being like an affordable place but also a little a little dicey I think it's I think it's growing out of their reputation. Just because it's one of the places where he can have an a have a larger place and and you know where younger families can get a start without making bank. Yeah that's great and are there any Lou Malnati's L. Matt he's up in writer's cards because like I think loom out that makes life worth living. There's a there's a donnas but there's not a luminaries there's Yeah there's like peons in bloom and Edgier Donnas and of the big ones. That's the one that's here. Yeah I think those are not even in the same category I'm still and for people for those. Hey friends listening or like what in the hell are you talking talking about. We're talking about a pizza place. Called Lou Malnati's even though it sounds like we're talking about the aluminum. I just think people that make life worth living bring in. I think that's the best pizza in the world and people who should on Chicago style pizza. I just know that we're never going to really connect. That's fair I I like I'd lose Their Saas doesn't it's my favorite of all the Chicago spots but other than in their sauce. I really like lose. This is a pretty big part Blake. I know it is part of it but anyway. Sorry I'm off topic but I grew up. my My Mom and dad I I was born in Chicago suburbs and then When I was like a toddler my family moved to Niles Michigan which is in southwest Michigan? Just on the other side of the lake and I lived there until I was twelve and then when I was twelve we moved back for the Chicago. Suburbs and So then I went to the College in Indiana at Anderson University in Anderson Indiana Church of God school down there and then Yeah and then probably moved to to Chicago. I went to Indiana Wesleyan so right down the road. I Know Indiana Wesleyan. My Dad is in was growing go traveling like a traveling evangelist and Now he's now. He's a teaching pastor at a mega church but he I remember he did some like spiritual emphasis week or something. Indiana Wesleyan and I came over from Anderson to like see for the night and hang out with them and I always love to watch. Watch him do his thing and Yeah I I remember always being like are are these Wesleyan's Okay Dad. And he's like yeah. Yeah they're cool. You know all the different like sex. And everything like Rome I remember when we pulled into Anderson Indiana when I was like moving into my freshman year college dorm and I saw that it said a Church of God school on the Sinai was like it's Church of God. Okay Dad and he was like yeah yeah. They're pretty cool. So did you. So as your your dad has a traveling evangelist. Did he have a denominational affiliation allegation or was he a freelance evangelist. He was more like a free He was just really bringing the good news of the Gospel in introducing people to a really cool. Jesus who I loved like. You've never been loved before baby and so yeah But at home we went to a Baptist Baptist more specifically northern Baptist Church And because my mom's dad was the pastor at First Baptist Church of Niles Michigan so I I grew up and was baptized Baptist Church real sort of traditional like no clapping. Oh Heavens and You know all the it was just run by a bunch of white guys and But it's Kinda like Niles was a blue collar town. I when I was really young. My parents were in a Christian rock band. One I ever Christian Christian rock band seventy like called the good news circle and So they they got married In college started this band. The good news circle started traveling and like putting out albums and like really had a lifestyle going with it there for several years and and So that was my like really early life with this kind of like rock and roll road show And then when my mom I kept having kids in my family total like we settled a Niles and My Dad he had started to at the end of like their music shows Jones. He would kinda give this message about you know how much Jesus loves you and like it would be this big emotional kind of altar. Call thing you know. I watched I watched every night in my life. You know growing up and so he just started to more and more like speak more and more and then when the band finally busted up doc he just stayed a traveling evangelist and so for Until I was like twelve daddy was on the road constantly and so like in in the summer time or when we were on break from school and stuff he would take one of us at a time with him just so he could like get to know us because he was just always gone. Oh I Yeah so I would Yeah I would just be on road trips with my dad like driving all night to get to the next place to get to the next church to do the next thing I would. He would start to include. Include me in little like skits and sketches and stuff. He would do to Kinda like make his message is more dynamic and stuff and So yeah I just saw kind of in front and behind. The curtain grew up really proud of his ability to work a room to move people and he's very charismatic and he's he's a great storyteller and he's funny he's good looking. I just I was just like my dad's the greatest you know it was like really I mean I know. Everybody's parents fall off pedestals but like I had him up there so damn high yeah And so so yeah and then and then When I wasn't on the road with him back home I was In Christian school and Church because my GRANDPA was the patch or the church. We were in church Sunday morning. Sunday night Wednesday night Christian school chapel a three days a week Bible classes five days a week. It was like everyone. I newest Christian every thought I had was Christian. Everything I knew just did like in all reality was just like this evangelical or kind of like you know. Protestant capitalist title is sort of American Christianity and and I think what happened in those early years to be really honest. I I think you bet Evangelical can be very brutal to all types of humans Mentally psychologically emotionally spiritually. We all that stuff But I think there is a specific thing like for females at least for for me just being very emotional being highly sensitive. Have I really really struggled because I can remember being really young I can I have. I have thought of like being so so so oh young like I have memories of even being toddler and stuff and I remember kind flake when I learned the alphabet. And when I learned about like gender and all that stuff I remember Knbr just really being like having a more infinite mind and being like Oh like okay so now I know twenty six letters. I can't wait to learn more because they must be infinite and gender must be infinite and everything must be. I just remember being very and I was oh strong willed. I had like likes such a strong sense of self and I just Kinda came into this world already acting just fresh out of Fox and like Very very very hard to discipline like my. My poor mom was basically like a single mom with my dad was never there and I was just so strong willed and like I like disciplined disciplined. Didn't really work on me. I almost saw it as like a game of like okay so she got one and now I gotta do something okay just had the strongest sense of self and strong and will and kind of I feel like I got here with a lot of like muchness and bigness and What I think happened opened in those early years is it just got beat out of me? So dreadfully so painfully and and and the world came crashing. The Christian World came crashing rushing in is so small and limiting and for me very like frightening and traumatic and and it made me hate myself Alfred. Fear God you know the like the fear of God for me was like actual terror just being who is like you know knows everything sees everything is keeping track of every like thought instinct behavior habit impulse desires you know like and it just really truly scared the absolute Shit Outta me and and kind of in the way. If you've ever seen someone like break a horse in the worst possible way by like just literally breaking their their there will and their spirit like. I kind of feel like. That's what happened to me over the course of being exposed to those Belief system like really not only just not helpful helpful in helping me as like a small creature. Learn how to navigate the world and occasionally experience joy or something it just really like it CR- crushed crushed me and all that like muchness and sort of vision and and strong will and everything that that came so naturally actually to me in the beginning just sort of toppled into this like very fearful anxious. Shame just like so filled with like shame mm-hmm dread and Just like so. I got really traumatized I like I sort of have sleep disorders to this day because I used to always try to stay awake. Like saying the sinner's prayer all night long in case I died in my sleep. I was just so afraid of going to hell like my dad. My Dad was casting out demons that like you know revivals and stuff and I'm like whoa weird that team and go you know and I was so afraid of a demon coming inside of me and taking me over and me becoming coming a host of of what I was seeing as a kid which people like foaming at the mouth and is rolled back and everything it took me like well into my I twenty or maybe even thirty goodness gracious. It's maybe not to be like. Oh people in big crowds with like music and lights and everything in have seizures when they're epileptic and like they're they foam at the mouth in their eyes roll back and guttural noises come out of their body. 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"holly i" Discussed on Plant Of The Week

Plant Of The Week

05:16 min | 11 months ago

"holly i" Discussed on Plant Of The Week

"Com to find a retailer near you each week plant. talkradio's Fred Hauer focuses on a plant. That would be a great addition to your landscape. Scape now for this week's bond products plant of the week and it is holly holidays because there are very many of them From evergreen types greet big tall trees down through shrubs. No more than six or eight feet tall and you can even modify that down smaller Alex is its species name. There are a number of I'm sorry genus name named and then there are a number of species and a tremendous number then of crossed plans. I'm going to leave it there. The the well I. I'm going to deal with the one that I have and love it's Alex Ver- titillated by significant name and then it's called Winter Berry. Generally there are all kinds of cultivars of it their various brightness as of. I guess you can call that hues of red and and then there are some orange yellow fruited types. And they're in their glory right now. They're almost defoliated as as they will do every winter and then the berries aries are the signs of a pepper corn for all practical purposes usually in multiples in in along the stem and so on the plant contracts birds. Now it can attract birds either this time of year or then for sure in the spring after the fruit have frozen in in thought enough. I have seen Cedar Wax Wings. Come down like the vortex of a storm. They find that plant they come down in the numbers they get on. I have well. I have two females and one male and they'll spend a half a day picking them clean out of all those berries and it's it's really fun because the the rate of most birds is nothing to a branch of that plant in on the heavier parts but out toward the end. And where th I guess they think. Of course they're going to pick them all but it's fun to watch them. Sidestep out a twig until the weight of the TWIG goes down a little bit even onto the bird's weight then they either have to fly off or whatever then to watch them try to hover just a little bit And then hummingbirds can do that. Very well Cedar Max Robbins. Just don't do it well at all then they become dive bombers and it's just it's A. It's a circus. It's color alert for the winter. And so on but the point is on the signings participate. A It is a shrub mine have gotten some significant age The group of them is probably eight nine and feet wide right now they are maybe six and a half feet tall Significant background and they're in a wet spot where well my yard drains toward the the middle at Cetera et Cetera They handle water very very nicely. As a matter of fact almost prefer it and then there are so many other holidays in in particular then The Chinese Holly Japanese Holly They American Holly. And then what order called the MS survey varieties Blueprints and blue princess are two of the primaries they are across from. I don't know how many different ways They're they're sturdy plants. They will hit seventy feet tall. If you don't Prune but I've seen them kept at three and four and five feet. I bye bye pruning and on a holiday you do need boys and girls You do best if you will trim them not on the outer Sir the outer edge but reach in and take out individual branches with them flowering and then fruiting in the fall. You you can Well you could destroy destroy the whole process. If you just trim the outside edge you'll still have the leaves in the shiny and all that good stuff but is it. There's a better way to handle them. And that is as as you think. Think of a barber beautician using thinning. shears where they cut down into the hair but only certain parts are sharp so they simply are thinning. Well if you can imagine that where you go in think of your fingers five fingers you cut your thumb off you leave your index finger. You cut your middle finger off. Leave your ring finger and so on so that you you have trimmed back into the plant where you keeping the the new parks the flowering part. That has the Freeman on it. And so on and then you're you're causing those that you've cut back to spread. Well I'M GONNA say spread out to to grow from the cut points on out and you can and keep plant looking heavy. Well you don't see much the flowering album heavy and flower therefore heavy and fruit and beautiful. Ever Ed will every winter And this is with all holidays but especially the blueprints Noel blueprints the pollinator and then group Blue Princess and and an arrangement there is really quite quite particularly.

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"holly i" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"holly i" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"Because you I don't know if it's a writing wrote or co wrote is it simply the best is the title of the Song Well It's actually called the best the best which is it everybody notices everybody knows that song and that is correct me if I'm wrong because we're going to run down some other stuff but would that be one of your biggest like in terms of just a song that just keeps giving because I that's that's heard constantly in a variety of different ways yeah it's you know I had to I sold a piece of my catalog years ago and in putting everything together it you know it sort of came to light that eighty percent of my catalogs have been a co writer on the best and I imagine so you I'm sure you have a relationship with Tina Turner right like you are you guys do you guys but that being you know all the artists that I've The big stars have worked with it they get really like they can be really magnanimous and friendly and close or they can be really distant and you think some of them and you have to name names but he think that some of them 'cause most I'm a geek okay I live for the stuff and I read every credit I read who mastered records I read who mixed them that's why I still love getting stuff physically you handed me some CDs which I appreciate still because they don't want beyond having to pay you in credit you on the song they don't want people to know they didn't write some of their biggest songs they want the public because a lot of it just assumes that the songs were written by the people singing them well you know used to be that they had to put when we had you know even CDs and even further back only had violence I think that back to your your question about is that why they keep a distance no I think that's just who they are they get imparted with so many people and you know.

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"holly i" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

13:00 min | 1 year ago

"holly i" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"So filling this out will really help us cater to the needs of you as a listener so what you hear me talking about is more of interest to you so please go to podcast one dot com slash survey answer a few questions potentially make some money along the way and thank you for listening to the eddie trunk podcast this is the Eddie Trunk podcast Trunk back with you thanks for checking out the trunk podcast I set it all up so let's get right to it from my Sirius xm volumes uh-huh trunk nation this one took place in the La Studios here is Songwriter Holly Knight my guest This Week Enjoy Holly Knight is here Holly Thank you for the time thank you for coming in a great deal like officially meet you I know you are at our rainbow broadcast not too long ago and I said we got out of the end I'd love to talk to you about your songs and here you are so thank you I'm honored to be here I I really am watched your show for a long time thanks I appreciate it well you came to the rainbow with don dock in and that's how I met met you through don very briefly at that rainbow the how do you know Don if you written with Don or done anything with don or you just friends we dated briefly actually in the eighties and then we kind of lost touch I think maybe we jammed or something during that time but we never really worked together and then we got back in touch because as I did an interview with someone else where they just interviewed him and I said we'll just tell my said hi and then he got back to me and so there's like twenty year break there Oh wow that was a reconnect hadn't seen him for a long time and then he drags you to the rainbow with all the rock animals that come out there and we had gone for a brief second to say hello I said hello to you real briefly there but when he told me said Yeah I'm bringing Holly Knight with me I said I gotTa Talk to because Yeah you should interviewer in that's how we connected and I appreciate you being here now how long have you lived in La because we were talking off the air your New York well this time I've lived here twenty one years the for that in the eighties when I was in band spider and we did our first two records in L. A. That was the first time I've ever been to elaine I loved it so much that eventually left the band and I moved to l. a. and that's really when I started my career as a songwriter and I was here in La for fifteen years and then I don't know I kind of Miss East Coast and I thought I'm really sentimental and nostalgic thinking I missed the weather and my family's there and such a New Yorker and I love La but maybe it's time to move back and I went back there in hated it I mean I lived in the country I lived in Connecticut I thought well I live outside an hour and everybody who wanna come in all right with me bitcoin you know if you're in New York and you live on the west side in the seventies you're not even going to go down to the village let alone in our outside to Connecticut I was very isolated and I went back to La one day and I just saw the all these little kids sitting outside having lunch in their shorts in the middle of winter and I was like why did I leave Eh what the hell so I I moved back yeah so total is like thirty seven years with a acid test break in the Middle East they just want to make sure you had the right plan you know the thing is I I love being in California and it's just it's I love living here I love my home and everything but I will always have the New York Dna you know and people now at the minute they meet me I mean I don't know if it's the first hint is in chameleon black today you're always in black and just you know it's an attitude if you're from New York potty mouth and yeah yeah it's definitely different a different I mean I don't pick up on it so much because I'm a I mean even though I'm from New Jersey on the thirty minutes thirty miles from New York so I grew up in New York City going mark city so I when I meet other people from New York and the New York area they're just they're just people like me so I look like Oh hollies a New Yorker but could see how now when you say that somebody who's from L. A. She's she's a little she's she's definitely a little little edgier little New York Hammer yeah which is cool you still have family there idea so you get back quite a bit I do and I'm also I'm working on a couple of rock musicals that you know take me there okay some Broadway stuff maybe here well actually there's three two were original ones one is something I'm involved with which is the Tina Turner Michael That's been running in London at the west end for about a year and it's coming to Broadway on November seven and and I have like a bunch of songs in that three songs and at and I'm also an investor in the Tina Turner that's already selling tickets Sarah already on elephant anybody wants to go because they're selling which is great you and then I'm doing another musical which is an original story with all my hits in it although there's a lot of new material too so it's it's not quite what they call a jukebox or catalog musical like beautiful as he boys it has some new stuff in it and I also at the script something that is a kind of your story let me put it this way it's a little story it's not a Holly Knight story but it's based on life and a lot of it is factual ochre but that's where the to kind of go off in two different directions well sounds like some cool stuff well we'll get more into this anybody that knows me knows that I am immensely fascinated at the songwriting process being Buddy that has absolutely zero musical talent holly I am always immensely fascinated at people's ability to write and create out of in air songs that endure have become hits for so many people and you looking down your resume discography have done that countless times so before we get into some specifics because I wanted to talk about some of this specific songs that everyone knows that I personally love that you've had a hand in you mentioned you're in a band called spider which if I'm not mistaken Anton fig was in that right correct I know Anton I've known him for decades said great guy so that was that your first musical thing that you you put together 'cause Anton is is not from the US so how did he even come into it well see South African right over three South Africans in that band and they were The Guitarist Keith Lynton him were buddies in Cape Town and the lead singer was also south African who was a female Amanda Mena blue and they came over and Keith ended up marrying the singer Amanda and they both went to college so one to Boston University and the other one went to Berkeley and I'm not sure which is which you'd have to ask Anton her Keith but they at the appoint they wanted to form a Bam but they're also playing with other people they were sort of playing with this Guy Robert Gordon who is like a fifty rockabilly artists and then link wray who I don't know if you know of course you would a stupid thing to say rumble pack so they were doing lots of touring with them and I met them at a at this club called track ax which was a really cool club in the early eighties in New York City and it was underground so you would go downstairs and there were no windows but every time someone would play some big venues like Madison Square Garden or you know the whatever the play team after their gigs they would come over to this club they would party like all night so became the sort of legendary little place that so many rockstars going in and out of the place and that's where I met them and they called me up I think the next day he called me up and it was like eleven thirty or twelve at night and said you wanna come over and jam with us because he knew I was a keyboard player that was my main thing is that point wasn't even songwriter in my head I was just I had been playing since I was four and you were playing keys were you playing on the New York circuit prior to the spider phone now approaching you know eighteen hit it off and then turns out you played and Ray why don't you come and join the spanned exactly so they called me up and midnight keep calling me up and you said you wanna come over and jam and I said yeah that'd be great like what data you want me to come over he says I want you to come over now I was like okay the end so he came over in a van or something actually he remembers this I don't remember this but we've talked about it and I went over to their loft and we jammed and then they asked me to join the group oh I did and then we were looking for Bass player and I knew this guy who was in a local ban that I suggested and he came over an audition and then he got in the band and it was interesting because he you know he's Afro American unlike a we didn't even think about it but at the time with the three South Africans and then having black bass player we kept getting asked questions and interviews because of the whole apartheid thing right but we just love him because he was so funky and we wanted that element you know so that was where you you were in a band and of course like any ban trying to make it and try to get traction and correct me if I'm wrong but spider we're GonNa do we were we did a second record in that record our first single was this song better be good to me which ended up getting cut by by Tina Turner on her private dancer record who was her second single really but if I have to say this they'll hate me for saying this but I left the band after the second record and so when I left the ban they got signed and changed the name to Shanghai in that's when they fell apart they fell apart because I left so basically you want him sue spider was so you guys sold some records and actually how to hit what was the top forty hit calls call new emmannce and I remember hearing on w any W on the radio on and just that feeling the first time appearing yourself on the radio and I was it was so exciting are you singing now there's I'm singing the backgrounds but Amanda Blue lead singer did you call right that were you writing yet I co will apparently was writing at that point but I wrote that with Anton the only song I ever wrote Pantani Pink so so that so then you leave the ban and then like well let me add a little other little sparkle hair you'll appreciate this so we were looking for a manager and we became the house band of tracks so like one night and Mick Jagger would be in the audience and then another night there would be belly or something it's just really cool little little vibe and Bill Aucoin came down to see US Bill Aucoin obviously you know legendary management kiss he was a managing billy yet which is a whole another thing 'cause I was I was actually very instrumental in in finding Steve Stevens for him yeah when he was looking for a guitarist and I had gone to see this local ban called fine Malibu's and Stevens was guitarist and so when billy came johnny was thinking about going with you know the the same management Bill Aucoin we befriended each other and I should take him around New York 'cause he didn't really know any nobody and it was a really innocent nice friendship that we had you know neither one of us have made it at that point we were just you know struggling artists I mean he'd done generation X. So he salaam right but Yeah I told him that Steve Stevens but anyway so bill aucoin became our manager and as an odd twist having nothing to do with with with Bill Aucoin actually no I'm I'm getting old enough I'm getting my facts wrong but what happened was they were interested in getting a producer we wanted to get a record Well we were writing our own material and Eddie Kramer was interested in US another South African so they had that thing in common in the meantime I I had a friend who had been working with producer Mike Chapman who had done he was having number one's everywhere with the Nasdaq and blindly realtor sweet he yeah that whole Glam rock thing with Mickey Mouse and mud and I really wanted to work with him because he was a songwriter as well he wasn't just like I mean not to away from Eddie because he's brilliant but you know he's more of an engineer type producer whereas you know Mike was a songwriter and it had been writing hits not just producing writing so I wanted him to produce us you know but because of that he kramer Antionette as freely because as freely was doing a celery occurred remember when kiss was doing the solo records so he played.

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"holly i" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"holly i" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"Be resuming our monthly broadcast from the patio of the Rainbow Bar and grill it should be a fun one tonight on Thursday so be sure to check it out be sure to listen if you're in southern California come by and say hello so more for about all those things I just did in a nutshell and look I I gave really in-depth breakdowns of all of this stuff on the radio shows so I'm not going to get overly involved in rehashing it here but in a nutshell exit one eleven amazing lineup great event an honor to host I don't think they have the amount of people there they were hoping for I do hope it continues I don't know if they will continue you it or not we have so many rock festivals and music festivals now in America it'll be interesting to see what happens with this thing going forward but it was a great and and I had a great time and it was certainly well attended but when you got talent the level of the talent they had on that bill you've gotta hit certain numbers in terms of P bowling I don't think they came close to what they wanted but that being said a very very cool company and reputable company did it and they certainly have the resources to do it again if they want to will keep an eye on that and see if it's a one and done deal or if they decide to continue with a continue doing it which I certainly hope they do but thanks to everybody that I met at exit one eleven all the great fans and all the great bands megadeath crews like I said Dave beyond it I think everybody's still had a great time the weather was great all the bands that did play were great I had a blast on it it's awesome to be on all those cruises and last in line on in Tulsa just killer I went from C. Vivian Campbell on one Saturday headlining at with.

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"holly i" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"holly i" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

"First name hardcore last name holly i'm hard core i think that was it i think he was logical fit for health just because of his name and his style i think people would believe him in that he c w brand is working with rob and it doesn't have a problem putting rob over he says that's his job and he's always liked him he's one of the best guys you'll ever meet and on september twenty six is when they have the mass i think a lot of people remember between the two they do a suplex spot through a table and holly gets a huge gash on his back and it's one that they even showed at the opening a lot of their shows for a long time he says all the blood coming down like a puddle of blood and he remembers thinking holy shit where did that come from he didn't know if it was rob's blood or his but when he sees it running down inside he thinks what the fuck of i done now he wrote as nasty as it looked didn't actually hurt that much but i thought it added to the match made it more interesting for the fans and the rest of the match felt good and the people are into it i wrestled another eight minutes with the injury as i said earlier it's probably the best match ever had earned a lot of respect that night when i got back stayed vince shook my hand gave me hug and said you're one tough mother fucker thank you for the great match the result of course is twenty five stitches in the back what do you remember about this pretty famous match on smackdown well first of all mashes excellent one word kinda describes that injury as gruesome he had a gash that was absolutely brutal and that pretty much sums it up he is one tough mother fucker just the bump ended up at self was brutal add to that the cut scary shit.

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"holly i" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"holly i" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

"I don't know if there was or not and that's that's what we were willing to try there were there were a lot of people that felt that there never would be a time to do bob holly and broad and it was it was my thinking in on one hundred percent of credit indoor blame for it it was my thinking that it was real story that we tell the story that match with brock leser broke his neck and he was out for all of this time and it's an opportunity to capitalize on that the other issue that we had was we needed we needed something for brock to do kind of in between at the royal rumble it wasn't a risk putting that match for the championship at the royal rumble because you had the royal rumble match itself and all of that to already draw off of if it worked in there was interest there then we do something beyond that it was an opportunity and i thought thought it was logical story his return he wants to events the guy that put him out these coming for the championship coming for the champion he gets his opportunity at the royal rumble no harm no foul and if it really took off from there then we go forward with it that was the thinking behind bob says a couple of weeks after the promo aired the have him tapeh conversation with the gm smackdown paul heyman and then paul banned him from the building promising that if he left immediately he'd be on the team against brock at survivor series and after doing promo he said he'd be coming back to hurt brock here he was putting his tail between his legs behaving himself he says it doesn't make any sense to him so he puts a match together where he gets the chooses tag team partner for him and he's going to have to fight a train and matt morgan and he gets shannon moore guy who he says that frequent jobs as partner and they beat a train he calls a massive jobber and matt morgan who he calls a big rookie from tough enough to it was meant to help me get over but i'll be one new guy and morgan and a guy who everybody beat a train this wasn't enough to get me on brock's level and then they figured they'd have me go over on the big show.

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"holly i" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"holly i" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

"I do agree with them on capitol is far as i thought capitola did have a future in the business and alexis personality and i thought that you know there was maybe something that we could have done with him and unfortunately you know cancer got a hold on before anybody would ever really know that and you know he's been delta really shitty hand car right now but you know he's toughing it out and get going but for bob holly in in a lot of respects that just helped attitu a persona on television that you can then just explore light and build off of that you know for being bullied because people saw they saw on a reality shows so you know what that must be real right the bob getting hate from the office over this now be thinking should have at all no see here's here's the thing there's going to be any heat about it then they then they shouldn't have brought them out there and they should have stopped at immediately right so then the responsibility goes back there but i think that in the in that environment at that time for that tv show for everything else that was going on thought it was good tv and i thought it was a guy that was brought up one way trying to teach someone else the way that he was brought up in if they didn't like that then they should have stopped then and that's how i feel about it.

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"holly i" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"holly i" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

"It's kind of funny because this promo stuff contains even the next on rawal the acolytes keep the tag titles beating christian and edge when gang grill would kidnap christian and they do a double team power bomb to beat edge and three minutes and forty seconds but they had holly in the ring intros he's pretty funny even announced himself as the winner of course eventually he gets in the ring and attacks route but the acolytes lame out so cain runs in joke slams the acolytes bob holly and ed and they keep this going let's fast forward to august tenth hall is doing an interview any introduces his brother crash holly has really aaron o'grady from the independence he's of course coming in from california he's got his hair dyed blonde just like holly and meltzer would write their gimmick is to both argue over who is the toughest it didn't get over wallace crash holly the right guy and how did this idea come to be because he writes in his book that he shows up in milwaukee and you come over and say you're not the big anymore now you have a cousin and he thinks it sucks and allegedly lets you know that and he wants to keep doing the super heavyweight thing but he doesn't like doing it with a guy who looks like ill roy from the jetsons well who says didn't get over bought bob said that it didn't get over bob's meltzer sent meltzer said okay well again buck a melter it did get over and it was it was a hell of a it was a hell of a team bob hated it at first because bob wanted to see be a single bob looked at it at first as this is tag team and tried to explain to know it's not a tag team this is just your brother he's going to be coming in basically a smaller version of you you guys are going to fight not necessarily get along he's going to be that irritating little pesky brother that.

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"holly i" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"holly i" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

"That chemistry wasn't there so yeah something's just wanna block out all right here's something you've been waiting for berle for all covered this long form in the archives but they actually start this on july fourteenth of that year and gun versus holly is the mass they're going to start with here and well i'll let you take it from here contrary to popular belief is is we talked about in the ball for all episode we put everybody's name in a in a bag the vega pick the names out at random that's how we made the brackets so it was you got to tactic partners facing each other in the first round and it was went down as bob holly you know in hindsight being twenty twenty bob holly was the only guy that bart gunn didn't knock out and they went three rounds beat the crap out of each other and you know bar definitely beat bob points and everything else in that in that fight but man they beat the living shit out of each other and record showman bob holly only guy that bart did not knock out he says that they put together a group of sixteen mid cart wrestlers who they figured where the tough guys and they put bart in the tournament but i wasn't included they didn't think oh sparky plug could fight that piss me off obviously they didn't know will spar he was a tough mother fucker they needed a replacement and bradshaw told bruce frittered who was one of the guys in charge of organizing the whole thing bob may not look like anything much but he'll surprise you bob gave me a call and asked if i wanted in hell yeah i don't know why didn't ask me in the first place i was pretty excited because i figured i could actually make some decent money and at half a chance to show how tough i actually was the remember the call and was he replacing ken shamrock here or who was he replacing do you remember i believe he was either replacing shamrock or dan severn who were originally you know in that group of guys that we had picked for this thing.

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"holly i" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"holly i" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

"In martell was one of those guys like bob holly everything about his diet was was measured and he was one of those really really clean eaters liked to work out twice a day and that's the same thing with bob holly so bob like traveling and being around rick because they shared the showed the same likes they they both loved to work out they both were really health conscious and diet conscious so they man they clicked right away let's talk about the wrestlemainia tends situation he finds that is going to be on wrestlemainia tent and he's ecstatic it is a bit of a filler match because well there's a lot of folks here it's going to be bob holly or i'm sorry spark plug onetwothree kid to talk and the smoking guns against rick martel jeff jarrett irs and the head shrinkers he doesn't care it's a filler match it's on wrestlemainia and it's what everybody wants to be on but finally when the big day comes shawn michaels and razor ramon go out there and just tear it up at the ladder match and they're having a match of the night keep going and going and going and eventually he here's the senate that makes his heart sank we're going to have to pull the tin man the cancelled the match and went straight to the main event he says he wasn't mad at sean scott because they had a hell of a match and he was just this new guy who was he to say anything apparently randy savage was furious and he felt like these guys going long was really screw you to everyone else you were there what do you remember about this i'm the one that pull the match and i'm the one that made the decision because those guys did go along and it sucked and it did affect everybody else and that's why you know when we talk about guys going extraordinarily long in matches well let's big deal it's a great match or or the rock and mick foley go twelve minutes heavy on a problem all but it was a great promo it affects everything else down the line in its domino effect so it's up that those guys had to have the match poll but you have to look at the overall show and you have to look it again priorities and make sure there was.

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