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"instagram park" Discussed on Parcast Presents

Parcast Presents

07:10 min | 3 months ago

"instagram park" Discussed on Parcast Presents

"App and type unsolved murders in the search bar it podcast. We're grateful for you our listeners. You allow us to do what we love. Let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and instagram. Park cast and twitter at podcast network. And if you enjoyed today's episode the best way to help us is to leave a five star review wherever you listening. This is our first episode on the mysterious death of amy rob site. The wife of lord. Robert dudley who some historians believe is the only man queen elizabeth. The first ever loved this week. We'll look at amy and robert's marriage and how roberts for tation with the young queen raised eyebrows over court until tragedy struck in the year. Fifteen sixty next week will examine the strange circumstances surrounding amy's death the investigation that left many questions unanswered and the reason historians still aren't sure four hundred years later with her deadly fall was truly an accident by the summer of fifteen sixty twenty six year old queen. Elizabeth had only been england's monarch two years during that time. A single queen entertained half dozen marriage proposals but no man interested her as much as lord. Robert dudley. He was tall handsome athletic and brilliant. He was a catch for any woman except for one thing he was already married. Twenty eight year old. Lord robert dudley had married twenty eight year. Old amy rob when they were both seventeen while he and queen elizabeth carried on what seemed to be a heated affair. Amy lived miles away in the country. Out of sight out of mind on till september eighth. Fifteen sixty when she was discovered dead servants found her at the bottom of a staircase her neck broken but there were no other marks on her body in the staircase she tumbled down was set to be less than a dozen steps high. An inquest ruled. Amy's death an accident but questions still lingered about how amy actually fell and robert dudley's reputation was ruined throughout his life. People whispered that he had tried to kill his wife. Her death still raises eyebrows. Hundred years later. Amy rob sorry was born on june seventh fifteen. Thirty two the only child of sir. John robert and elizabeth avenue hard. Both john and elizabeth came from wealthy backgrounds and lived in the rural but influential district of norfolk england. Sir john was justice of the peace and later sheriff he was also a prominent landowner. Amy seems to have received a formal education. But we know little about her early life as the only heir to a prosperous landowner. It's likely that she grew up comfortable and upon. She was raised protestant and as she grew into her teens. She was said to be very beautiful. Amy likely i laid eyes on her future husband at the age of seventeen in august. Fifteen forty nine that summer. An armed rebellion broke out in norfolk over the practice of land enclosure more and more land was being brought and made into private property by members of the landed gentry leaving itinerant shepherds with nowhere to graze their sheep with wool as the country's most profitable commodity. The rebellion grew quickly within weeks. The crown had a crisis on. Its hands the monarch at the time. The king edward the sixth was only twelve years old so his closest advisers sent one of their own to fight the rebels. John dudley otherwise known as the earl of warwick he'd spent years rising through the ranks of the king's court and gaining a reputation of honor. The earl of warwick was devoted to the new king and committed to putting down the rebellion to help him. He brought along his son robert. Robert dudley was tall and strikingly handsome with dark hair. Heavy littered is and an impressive physique on the night of august. Twenty second fifteen forty nine robert and his father made their way to the rob starts home to stay the night harbor. Who is that man at the end of the table. Sitting next to the earl of work you mean that boy at the end of the table. That's works on robber. I think he's about your age. Amy would you like me to introduce you know why not because it embarrassing but cleese other. I beg you don't mind. Goodness work in his sons went on to defeat the rebels that summer which brought warrick more claim at the court of edward. The sixth though. We don't know the details at some point during the following months. Amy rob and robert dudley were based and not long. After they fell in love on june fourth. Fifteen fifty they married at the palace of sheen. Both were still only seventeen. Quite young even for the times of the marriage on its face was a step down for robert. His father was a close advisor to the king. This meant robert could have married the daughter of a man more prominent than sir. John robb sartre. Who is only sheriff of norfolk. Because of this we can deduce that robert and aiming married for love rather sex williams cecil who later became queen. Elizabeth secretary of state called it a carnal marriage to cecil a carnal marriage based on sexual attraction was a recipe for disaster. As he famously wrote years later karnal marriages begin. Enjoy and end in weeping the scrutiny of others aside the dudley's appear to have been very happy together. Robert settled in the country life while his father. The earl of warwick continued his rise at court. Eventually the earl made himself the duke of northumberland one of the highest ranking titles. Non-royal had ever held as the duke son. Robert was virtually guaranteed and important position at court as well. Some historians believe that he spent time there as a child playing with king edward and his half sister elizabeth then in fifteen fifty one a year after his marriage. Robert made his own inroads into court. As an adult he was made a gentleman of the king's privy chamber which was a fancy way of saying that he was now part of the king's inner circle. Robert also made sure to show up to all the courts. Equestrian events and accomplished horseman. Robert dazzled the crowds at jousts and tilts after his many displays of martial skill. he was made. One of the organizers of the king's hunting parties by fifteen fifty to the king made him keeper of somerset place one of the most beautiful palaces in london by fifteen fifty. Three robert was on track to become nearly.

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"instagram park" Discussed on Science for the People

Science for the People

11:59 min | 7 months ago

"instagram park" Discussed on Science for the People

"Give them even some guidelines at this point, the not might help them later when they're in their career, not to post something that might be inappropriate or unprofessional. Well Sarah. Thank you so much. It's really wonderful to kind of hear the careful thought process that goes behind every one of these. When you see them on Instagram, you might think, Oh you know that's a really cool liver. It is a cooler. But it's just really wonderful to to know how much thought and care kind of goes into whether or not you post it and kind of the attitude behind it. Thank you so much for being with us. Absolutely thank you so much if you'd like to learn more about Sarah Gardner and passion for pathology that's the number four. We've got links at science for the people dot the next up. Okay. People do science outreach in strange places, twitter instagram parks on the street. But how do we know that it's working? What would it even mean to say science communication is working? Next up is a scientist who has decided to do some science into the science communication that takes place at sci fi and fantasy conventions. He may not have the SICOM questions answered, but he's learning what questions to ask stay tuned. Science communication is big on the Internet but there are many other venues where you see science communicators at work in physical person one of them is one I myself have participated in and which you've heard on the podcast science fiction and fantasy conventions yet the ones where people walk around wearing outfits sometimes, they're really nice outfits. Many. Of these cons are enjoying a real renaissance right now especially with the popularity of things like star wars and marvel. Movies. Also have science sections at them where fans gather to hear scientists. Muse about ZOMBIES, iron man I've participated in these panels talking about the invertebrates in Star Wars and the files of Pokemon they're loads of fun and actually quite a lot of work but I've always wondered do they work? Are we getting more people interested in science or are we just attracting same SCIENC- people that would go to our usual planetarium lectures anyway. The science is in very early stages on that, but there is science and here to talk to us about it is. VAUGHN James He's a graduate student at the University of Florida, and he has conducted a study about science communication at SCI FI in the Conventions Vaughan. Thank you so much for being here with us. Of course Bethany pleasure. First of all, why are you interested in studying science communication at cons? Well, that's actually a pretty easy one because yourself set it I became really interested in that big question of does it work? That started for me a few years ago. A good friend of Mine a PhD microbiologist by the name of Union. Actually presented at Dragon Con. And she told me about the experience. At the time I. Even being really nerdy. Even. Going to some conventions in my time, I'd never thought of con as a place to really experienced science. So when she told me that a place like dragon con had this entire track that does pretty much nothing bought Professional scientists, professional science communicators were they're? Doing this presenting their science to lay audiences I thought that was fascinating and I asked her. Hey Do. You think that what you do works. And she paused for a really long time and she said to me you know. I have no idea and I thought well. How about somebody look into that and that's how I started down this path. And I was wondering do you you've been studying? This from a couple of different angles, do you know how science tracks? At cons came to be because with all the focus on tech in many Scifi universes it makes sense. But so many cons are about things like buying fun fan merchandise than meeting famous people who were in a show. So it's sometimes kind of surprises me that there is a science track like how did this happen? You know you know For an absolute end serve no. But I think that we can make a couple of pretty educated guesses. In general a lot of practicing scientists have found really enjoy science fiction and fantasy. And so it would stand to reason then that that you will have those kinds of people. Probably, a ten conventions there are many that do not. Of course like you. You can't apply this to everyone, but you know I think that the environment is one that like. While of course, it is easy to think of them as nearly league commercial or leisure activities. There is a lot of space there for for talking about. The things that are in media that people like right and so you gather all of these people together into a space. Yeah. You sell them stuff. Yeah. You have them meet their favorite actors and what have you but you're also bringing together a group of people that really loves something. They love this media and sell that generates all sorts of conversations around that media and you know since we're talking about science fiction especially. I I think it's pretty natural that science comes up as part of it. And you decided to study this and I'm very glad you did because I'll admit I'm very curious to see if it works and you studied participation in science tracks or science panels. Through something called communication theory of identity and I wondered if you could kind of break down. What that is because it certainly was not something I had ever heard of shore. So. My My littlefield is communications I am a communication researcher and I focus on science communication. So that is why the theory that I used is also based in communications. So what the communication theory of identity posits is that Essentially our identities. So the way that we view ourselves. The wave that we situate. Selves Within Society within groups. That identity influences the way that we communicate. That in and of itself is not particularly radical. People have thought that for a long time But the communication theory of identity does go one step further to then say that actually the reverse is also true. The way that we communicate is an intrinsic part of our identity. So not only do we say what we are, but we are what we say by talking with you right now I am using myself concepts. I am using my concept of myself as a scientist as a friend as a person. And creating messages for you. As, you receive those messages. That message contains my identity and will therefore be shifting your own Yeah. So I guess I guess what I'm hearing here is like the way. The way, you. Say you identify very heavily as scientist you might, for example, communicate. More scientifically, and when I say more scientifically I'm thinking like using more data and facts, but also you might prefer to talk about certain topics. And that is an expression of identity and then when you talk to someone else. That aspect of their identity is also brought to the fore as that. Actually quite correct. You know exactly To to. Help, perhaps make it easier. Maybe this will make it more complicated The way that the communication theory of identity conceptualizes what identity is is through a concept that it terms the frame. So we have four frames. To our identity, we have the personal frame, which is a lot like what people tend to think of when they think of the word identity. It's the more psychological aspect of it the way that I think of myself as my personal frame. We then have the enacted frame of identity and the inactive frame is what I do. It is the the set of actions that I take to express myself identity. So my personal frame I can say that I am a scientist and my enacted frame I then do the things that I believe scientists do. So that encompasses the personal, and then we have the other two frames which are more societally. Placed, we have the relational frame which what it sounds like is the way that a person views themselves as part of a relationship. So okay I can view myself as a scientist and I have an idea of how act as a scientist, but then the relational frame comes into play how do I act with other scientists When I am interacting with another person do I interact with them as a scientist or do I choose to interact with them as a different sort of identity as a fan as a friend This can also encompass things like I am a mother or father I am a part of a romantic or some other kind of relationship. So that's the relational how you relate to other people. And then we have the communal frame which deals with groups. So how do I identify as a member of a group and then also how does how do groups that identify with view other groups of people? So I can think of myself as a scientist I can act like a scientist I can. I. Can believe that I am. Interacting with people as a scientist but then do I feel like a scientist? A group of scientists am I en- culture related into science itself, for example. So those are all the parts that make a dynamic person, and so those frames are the things that are becoming more or less relevant as you communicate, and those frames are the things that we think of as coming to the surface..

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"instagram park" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

06:09 min | 9 months ago

"instagram park" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"On the most current in the news. Tony Cats in the 93 W II be seen Moesha anti racism is racist, and I say it directly and I say clearly. And I say to Carmel against racial injustice. Tony Katz 93. W E. B C Good morning caramel against racial injustice is this group that was started by these three young women? Uh, I Would say, because they saw George Floyd and said, We can't have this. So he started this group more than welcome to start a group. I don't get to stop people from starting groups. Very quickly. You saw that they were not a group that was about Racial anything. There are group that's about. Well. Let's start from the beginning. Caramel against racial injustice, wants the city of caramel. Carmel High School. To teach and to get trained in anti racism. They want this toe happen because they make the claim on their Facebook page that students have been inundated with racism, and they have a series of posts. That they claim exist, including George Floyd deserved to die Blue lives matter. Black people's need to goto Hell. That's one of the pieces the so called messages they have on their Facebook page. I have no idea of any of this is true or not. That's not to say that they're having. I'm sure at Carmel High School or any other high school, the N word's been used or something else has been said. I don't doubt that at all I don't know of any of these posts are true. It's like looking at the whole movement of something called Black at You may have never heard of it was on Instagram Park tutor dealt with it. Ah, lot of private schools dealt with. And then you saw it happen with caramel and the people of caramel against racial injustice. They referenced this on their Facebook pages. And what it was. Was this look like coordinated attack against private schools. I was black and I went to Park tutor, and here's the racist thing that happened to me or I'm black and I went to this private school and hears the race thing that happened to me, and it hit all the private schools at the same time. That's not coincidence. That's Coordination moving an agenda takes coordination caramel against racial injustice, proudly works with something. Called Serge. Yes, you are. Jay, showing up for racial injustice Surge. One of the things that they discussed on their website is how capitalism Wait for it leverages the able ism that manifest throughout all systems of oppression used to ensure control. The labor and resource is needed to maintain dominance. Domestically and beyond. Yes, that right there is a reason to start drinking bourbon. But once you start reading, you realize this is not a group that's interested in racial anything. This is an ideological group that doesn't believe in capitalism, just like black lives matter. The organization is in favor of Marxism. The destruction of Western culture and Western civilization. The destruction of the family they believe in the collective. These are the same people who believe the lie workers of the world unite. The only thing you have to lose is your chains. Which was, of course, the great Marxist lie a group that supports anticapitalist groups and supports their trainings and encourages people to go to their trainings is not interested in race. It is a meth, and I say this about caramel against racial injustice freely. So now they want because of these posts. They want the school tohave, an anti racist training. Anti racism is racism, so there's a really serious problem here. Anti racism is engaged in the idea that you based on the color of your skin are guilty. White people are guilty of racism and racial, stan and racist structures, whether they know it or not, whether they like it or not, And there's nothing they can do about it unless they follow these prescribed rules. Well. I question whether parents whether be it park tutor or whether it be in Carmel High School or anywhere else. Any other school are going to like the idea of their kids, whether they're white, or they're black or their Asian or they're Hispanic being taught that they're guilty of something. Or is it just the white kids? We can't talk this Every other kid gets a look at the White could be like, Yeah, This is what we're that's what we're teaching was what we want teachers to teach. A lie that you're guilty for the color of your skin. I thought that was the exact thing we want to oppose. We should oppose racism, but anti racism is racism. So you've got this group got admit, a rather well organized And they want tohave the school teach, and they're disappointed by the continued lack of urgency will allow me to be clear. To the superintendent, Dr Michael Beresford. And to the principal. Dr Tom Harmon. There's more than one side to the story. And in order to understand that you need to understand the group in question. You also need to understand that as a parent of caramel students, I have no plans of being quiet. I have no plans of I'm just biding my time. I'm looking forward to the conversation with both of you about what is happening in our schools and those people who really want to hurt kids because anti racism training hurts kids. This organization. Does not have best interests in mind. The same, but the facts of the facts. This is only the start of a much larger conversation. Gentleman. I'm looking forward to speaking with both of these chicks on the right on the 93. 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"instagram park" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

06:00 min | 9 months ago

"instagram park" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Is racist. And I say it directly and I say clearly, and I say it to Carmel against racial injustice. Tony Katz 93 W. II be see. Good morning caramel against racial injustice is this group that was started by these three young women. I Would say, because they saw George Floyd and said, We can't have this. So he started this group more than welcome to start a group. I don't stop people from starting groups. Very quickly. You saw that they were not a group that was about Racial anything. There are group that's about Well. Let's start from the beginning. Carmel against racial injustice, wants the city of caramel in Carmel High School. To teach and to get trained in anti racism. They want this toe happen because they make the claim on their Facebook page that students have been inundated with racism. And they have a series of posts that they claim exist, including George Floyd deserved to die Blue Lives matter. Black people's need to goto hell. That's one of the pieces the so called messages they have on their Facebook page. I have no idea of any of this is true or not. That's not to say that they're having. I'm sure at Carmel High School or any other high school, the N word's been used or something else has been said. I don't doubt that at all I don't know of any of these posts are true. It's like looking at the whole movement of something called Black at You may have never heard of it was on Instagram Park tutor dealt with it. Ah, lot of private schools dealt with. And then you saw it happen with caramel and the people of caramel against racial injustice. They referenced this on their Facebook pages. And what it was. Was this look like coordinated attack against private schools. I was black and I went to Park tutor. And here's the racist thing that happened to me or I'm black and I went to this private school and hears the race thing that happened to me, and it hit all the private schools at the same time. That's not coincidence. That's coordination. Moving an agenda takes coordination. Carmel against racial injustice proudly works with something called Serge. Yes, you are. Jay, showing up for racial injustice Surge. One of the things that they discussed on their website is how capitalism wait for it. Leverages the able ism that manifest throughout all systems of oppression used to ensure control of the labor and resource is needed to maintain dominance. Domestically and beyond. Yes, that right there is a reason to start drinking bourbon. But once you start reading, you realize this is not a group that's interested in racial anything. This is an ideological group that doesn't believe in capitalism, Just like black lives matter. The organization is in favor of Marxism and the destruction of Western culture of Western civilization. The destruction of the family they believe in the collective. These are the same people who believe the lie workers of the world unite. The only thing you have to lose is your chains. Which was, of course, the great Marxist lie. A group that supports anticapitalist groups and supports their trainings and encourages people to go to their trainings is not interested in race. It is a myth, and I say this about caramel against racial injustice freely. So now they want because of these posts. They want the school tohave, an anti racist training. Anti racism is racism. So there's a really serious problem here. Anti racism Is engaged in the idea that you based on the color of your skin are guilty. White people are guilty of racism and racial stand and racist structures, whether they know it or not, whether they like it or not, And there's nothing they can do about it unless they follow these prescribed rules. Well. I question whether parents whether be it park tutor or whether being Carmel High school or anywhere else any other school. Are going to like the idea of their kids, whether they're white, or they're black or their agent, or they're Hispanic being taught that they're guilty of something. Or is it just the white kids? We can't talk this Every other kid gets a look at the White could be like, Yeah. This is what we're what we're teaching is what we want teachers to teach. A lie that you're guilty for the color of your skin. I thought that was the exact thing we want to oppose. You should oppose racism, but anti racism is racism. So you've got this group. Gotta admit they're rather well organized. And they want Tohave the school teach, and they're disappointed by the continued lack of urgency will allow me to be clear to the superintendent, Dr Michael Beresford. And to the principal, Dr Tom Harmless. There's more than one side to the story. And in order to understand that you need to understand the group in question. You also need to understand that as a parent of caramel students, I have no plans of being quiet. I have no plans of I'm just biding my time. I'm looking forward to the conversation with both of you. About what is happening in our schools and those people who really want to hurt kids. Does anti racism training hurts kids? This organization does not have best interests in mind with shame. The facts of the facts. This is only the start of a much larger conversation, Gentleman. I'm looking forward to speaking with both.

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"instagram park" Discussed on Parklandia

Parklandia

06:55 min | 1 year ago

"instagram park" Discussed on Parklandia

"And then Louis who yeah Yodel. Well we gotta get back at them and then they have. All kinds of like brought worse are big deal during October fast and then some of the best people watching because folks come fully prepared to embrace the festivities with like the Germans know how to drink. They know how to drink gigantic Stein. And then they there's so many people I saw so much like really nice lavish like Bavarian hats and let her hose in and the just all of it. Like dressed to the nines was really inspiring and like again like the I like the look of it and I wish that I could just dress like that without looking really bizarre in completely out of place but it is what it is. That's part of the reason why I am so infatuated with Vail and all its restaurants and traditions and facilities like this. Because it's got everything that I love. It's like all the outdoor activities and beautiful scenery. And then as soon as you can just like Bob around need fondue and pretzels and Sauerkraut and look at taxidermy. In other place you can go and hang out which we loved. Is this place called Tenth Mountain Whiskey? Yes and Tenth Mountain Whiskey. That's that seller red shirt that you wear the time I wear far too often. Yeah so I bought a red flannel here. And it's this really snug distillery in Vail village. And they do amazing things with like a full bourbon. They have ride. They have different cordial's they have vodka. They have moonshine even so there's a lot and my favorite thing to do you get cocktails and mixed drinks here but my favorite thing to do is go and sit on the couch. Mike Nice Comfy Lounge chairs so favorite thing to do is go there stag one of those and do a flight and just kind of these small pores of their spirits. Because they're so well made that they're good sipping spirits even the moonshine which is kind of shocking because normally thinking so abrasive and intense his great like I could just simple not a lot but like it's nice to have a little sample of it and really appreciate the precision and work that they put into their products because it really really shines through it. Real moon shines through. Yeah and definitely like I can't recommend their swag enough. They have shirts. Hats sweaters and jackets and the game is their skis. They I think they even have shot skis. Which I'm really depressed that we didn't get coffee so in case you're wondering shots keys. Are this kind of mountain town Western tradition. Where it's it's basically group friendly shot where there's a ski ski that has shot glasses. Foreshocks classes their attack permanently attached. Because you don't want to fall off no because what you do. Is You. Grab that ski with for their friends. And you put your shots in there and then you all like say one two three and you shoot them all together and most like more than likely like one of you are just going to get your shot import on you versus in your mouth because unless you really your wild and crazy said spray you. There's like delicate like fancy way to a shot ski but yeah while you're at Tenth Mountain Whiskey. Just be mindful of how much you drink because you could. I could go nuts in that by swag airy and just like by everything and I think you did But yeah and also you have to remember that when you're in the mountains you know your tolerance is going to be a lot lower. That's another thing. Yeah if you're used to drinking to cocktails like start with one and just but it's it end because you're not like you're GonNa get a little tipsy. A Lot Quicker Vale is very high up and especially so if you go to the top of the mountain weather you hike up there or take the Gondola or something. So another thing when you're hiking Or coming up or down even just like a four or five hundred foot elevation you do have to think about your hydration and your thoughts Everything there's so much like all the normal necessities but like times. Five Sodas become over prepared with all that stuff and then if you had to wrap up fail and tell everyone what it is. You love the most about what is that. I think they love most about it. I think it reminds me almost of like epcot or something that sense. Where like? It's this community that had this bold vision the very specific vision and they honed in on it so well in created something very distinct like the you know the initial developers of the town wanted to bring the Psych Alpine culture and Motif to rocky mountains. And it's astonishing how they're able to succeed with that and it maintained its maintained ever since and continues to do that whenever there's not a ton of new construction here such a kind of confined controlled community but whenever new things do develop whether it's a restaurant or a new hotel or whatever like everything fits into that and just builds upon that so it only gets better and better and I love that so much how transformative it is an immersive when you hear it truly feels like nothing else like Breckenridge. It's not that far from here. Aspirins not too far and Vail's that's apart with this specific. Feel and as you can. You'll could be a little tough in. The restaurants is very specific taste. That is really enriching and the most some of the most soulful food often by families a lot of these businesses are family owned and so it all ties together. This big like warm hug of a of a town of a hug. That costs a lot of money. But it's a hug you've been listening to park land. A show about National Parks Park Land as production of iheartradio created by. Mac KEROUAC Brad. Kerr wack and Christopher has YODA's produced an edited by Mike. John's our executive producer is Christopher. Has He Otis R. Researcher. It's Jesulin shields. A special things goes out together Collins Crystal waters and the rest of the park landy accrue and hey listeners. If you're enjoying the show leave us a review on Apple podcasts? It helps other people like you find our show. You can keep up with us on social media as well. Check out our photos from our travels and Instagram Park. Lena pod and join in on the conversation and our facebook group Park land here Rangers from our podcast. My heart radio visit the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite shows and as always thank you.

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"instagram park" Discussed on Parklandia

Parklandia

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"instagram park" Discussed on Parklandia

"Spies liquor lemon juice and Campari like very robust flavors. I've never seen I've never had like absence. Aquavit in Campari together for instance. But it all works. They do really bold things here and the results are really exciting and great. I Love Maine fell in love with Portland. And if it didn't get cold. Probably try to move there but yeah I'm trying to stay away from Colon Yeah and then if you continued up the coast as you shed because Acadia. National Park is up the coast. There's this lovely little. Seaside town called bar harbour and that's the entry town to Acadia and it's this island towns small city with tons and tons of great independent restaurants and cafes coffee shops bars all of that and unsurprisingly seafood. Is The star here at all of these so much like we didn't get too much time here really sad I would love to. I mean this is the place that it would be kind of buckled down and like hang out for a few days and just Katya back up when it's not cold and like forty degrees good option. Yeah because a lot of the restaurants here are seasonal to which makes sense because it does get so cold and tourism drops off because a lot of Acadia is not accessible in the winter. So you have a lot of like lobster centric restaurants like Stevens lobster pound and Eden lobster and a bunch of others that'll close for. They'll take legal winter break. You know which is nice. Oh Yeah and then there. Was that one coffee shop. Independent Was so great You know because when we are there was forty degrees. It was perfect but they had like sandwiches and other like bakery items and Perfect perfect Little Coffee Shop reminded me of Central Park in friend. Yeah not as like fancy like not advanced. You know there's not like a lounge chair there but it definitely had that like you know the owners. They're you know or you know the main people are there and they're not like trying to be something they're just trying to do. Great Quality Food and coffee. It was really yeah. I HAD BLUEBERRY COFFEE CAKE. Morris again blueberry everything everywhere and I'm all about it and then yeah. Barbers has died with these. Really Nice cosy place like the Chart Room. Just like the best. Like kind of quintessential nautical vibes. It feels like you're in a sailor's I duNno. Shop or something like the Holla ship with like salmon and Macadamia crested halibut. Main like main crabcakes. And then the thirsty whale lively more rustic POB Bob's roles and chowder. And this is where the lobster bisque. I don't think so. No no I remember that lobster says you can get lobster. Bisque almost anywhere. You probably the best roles. But I love a good solid lobster bisque like I forget how much I love it until I go to somewhere like Maine and get some beautiful lobster bisque. Yeah well this is the place to eat and go lobster. Crazy Bar Harbour. Portland the coast. We I mean we have a lot to explore here. I'm still very good a northern Maine and just go back to all of this and I think the beautiful thing here is like showing. That Maine is a lot. More than just lobsters and blueberries. Yeah it is. It's what it's ploys it's diverse outer it's new it's Inventing things in its trying things differently. Just a beautiful place to go and explore all these magnificent foods. I seriously cannot wait to go back but I'm leaving now because I'm hungry. Same you've been listening to park land. A show about national parks park land dates and production of iheartradio created by Makara. Wak Brad Care. Wack and Christopher has Yoda's produced and edited by Mike. John's our executive producer is Christopher. Has He Otis R. Researcher. It's Jesulin shields goes out to Gabrielle Collins Crystal Waters and the rest of the park landy accrue and hey listeners. If you're enjoying the show leave us a review on Apple podcasts? It helps other people like you find our show. You can keep up with us on social media as well check photos from our travels on Instagram Park Linnea pod and join in on the conversation and our facebook group. Parkland Rangers from our podcast. My heart radio visit iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Wherever you listen to your favorite shows and.

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"instagram park" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

09:19 min | 1 year ago

"instagram park" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Com nine thirty three back to the checks but I'm seeing something on which is just making so the so you know that there was a big crash at the Daytona five hundred yesterday Hana I mean I didn't watch because I don't have a huge interest in racing but yesterday was the continuation of the day they to Daytona five hundred because the right yeah right now so I'm at the very end of the race it was a horrible crash Ryan Newman was involved and thankfully the the latest news I've read is that he has serious injuries but nothing that's life threatening so that's the great news good but you know early on when no one really knew what what was gonna happen Jim I know my husband was like oh my god this doesn't look good and they're putting up shield so people can't see them extricating him from the car and that's a terrible signed on the block so early on it was looking pretty sketch the tweets that went out about this and the blame that people are putting and I'm not kidding you they are blaming trump for the crash this is how delusion all the left is was he racing no he was not racing but he attended and there was the whole hoopla and fanfare yelling so what does that have to do with the race itself great question why would they blame how can you get from point a to point access I don't right I don't get it I mean literally there's somebody call act P. B. O. podcast who says thank trump for these crashes why somebody else's psyche jinx stet how my god are are out of their minds now out of the right I mean they dislike when we talk about TDS we're not joking I mean people have it like we we talk about a couple different instances you know last week like with the the raging the people driving you know cars and attend sin yeah and how that woman you know assaulted that man in the hat and how that's not getting any air time anywhere now and then tweets yeah we we talk about tweets all the time or people are just completely there let the techs are Lewis and this is more Lissy let it like if you you tweak that and then have people see it with their eyes and think that that is seen one what's worse is that there's a group of folks that are mayor Pete fans it's called at zoo keepers for the number for Pete zookeepers for Pete this guy or whoever it is wrote I don't want to seem insensitive by the way this is at nine o'clock at night before Ryan Newman's condition was even remotely known he wrote I don't want to seem insensitive but I think this is important context a fellow booted gesture sent me this article about Ryan Newman and door sing Donald Trump for president so many L. G. B. T. minority dreamers have been hurt by trump Newman deserves some bad karma I only literally a hoping that his crash outcome is bad because he supported trump because he endorsed trump openly so therefore he deserves to be super injured or worse from this crash this is how depraved these people are really not but just just unpacking what he's saying how is trump hurt the LGBT community probably the same way that he's hurt women I yeah I still waiting to hear that yeah I mean how what time do you like what rights has he taken away from you what is he done to you personally what is it and you because our house at six eight four eight four four four because we've asked you know a million times for feminists to call us women to call us and tell us how how is her you personally we've received exactly zero calls zero yeah I was like keep checking yeah I have a what rights has he taken away from you personally women tell us what rice he's taken away from you and then you know LGBT community I'd like to know what right to take away from you because I mean he said that he's been awful so what does that yeah they've been hurt L. G. B. T. how's your day yeah rumors have been hurt by trump yeah okay they've been hurt her so there for Ryan Newman race car driver in desert deserves to be in a horrible crash and to suffer from it because he supports trump yeah that's so it's doubly insane it's sick I know you have problems and you need to seek help immediately holy cow really really need to get going on that yeah on that antidote to travel arrangements and drum because damn something is wrong with you rover dot com which I'm a huge fan of if you're ever looking for someone to dogs since we use it yeah it's a great site for finding people that can help take care of your dogs while you're out of town my step daughter actually works forever to on site is a part time gig with rover yeah it's I mean it's great it's a if you like fostering dogs if you like you know temporarily borrowing dogs that you know you don't have to keep that is a great way to make some extra cash in sight gags they just did a study and their study shows that sixty five percent of dog owners say that they take more photos of their dog then their significant other Q. he they thank you for taking yeah in all the predicament she can't I just love this story because I so completely relate to like everything that my dog I'm like that is the cutest thing your stand still no cash I don't know is this it and I yeah I do see a I know I absolutely do this I take pictures of my dogs constantly away and video seo yeah I got his drinking out of the thinking he's sleeping in sleeper Anne Marie sleeves are squirrels in a sweet I love that so he was sick video my god everybody else is gonna think this is key to everybody this is what they do well I mean I guess he really loves the dog yeah they DO and then yeah they're the people that are on Instagram this is a millennial thing where they I think every millennial feels as though there Pat needs to also have an Instagram of their own yeah Graham accounts are he that's the thing now it's so it's crazy like every millennial dog has his or her own Instagram account I do not have separate Instagram accounts for my dog like barks McGee has Instagram parks Meg so popular yeah the hundred and fifty fall and they do a lot if you like look at this one is a giant south we show you to be the board to be that you guys if you haven't followed to be the boards away my god you're missing out on the longest dogs now in the history of the dogs now is ridiculous amazed at first I thought I was photo shopped it's not it's just as now it is crazy all right we also need to talk about Desmond there you've probably heard of Desmond there's a drag a kid who's now twelve I he's been doing drag this seven six or seven like for our impossibly long time it's been ever like ever since I've been on the radio I think that kid has been doing this and it's he's it's very very troubling we talked about him doing the drag shows like it gay clubs late at night yeah and actually getting singles tucked in his little undies doing it I mean it's so disgusting because he is a child of yours and of course you get morning America has a minor like he's so brain and his parents are so brave they're like progressive and brave yeah I mean look at how accepting they are of their child's choices there's really there's such great parents my god this is so disturbing so there's a couple new videos that have come out of it Desmond he actually his name is Desmond is amazing and full name down and in one of the videos he is shown bartending to snort kadam mean what is can I have to look what he does and he is twelve and he knows how to snort it like in that little spot between your index finger in your thumb he actually knows to do that yeah imitate that motion yeah which I didn't know that that was a thing yeah I suppose if you are in that you're super deep into the drag community this is common knowledge and so he's sitting next to like a an adult drag queen joking about being on a couch doing nine hour day and Kevin mean or whatever exactly is it went well it's a bit like I guess it's like a whole lucid hello hallucinogenic and the way that you get it on this it's maybe in the heroin family lives not good well it's a he should know what it.

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"instagram park" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"instagram park" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Out of pocket for that way out of pocket what do you gain from it I swear to god we the worse wait a worse we expect more from you Gayle don't you hang out with over why are attacking us we people you may come after Harvey Weinstein assn done with questions I guess the I want to call you one is it okay if I call the one for dole hit towards my mother at home with reputation part one of respect to family and back all people we come DH now I should also point out that Snoop Dogg also says at the end of the Instagram post criticizing jock Gil Kane set free Bill Cosby I kid you not what we have to get a bill copy fifty five the allegations thirty five different women veering races and ethnicities free Bill Cosby are you serious Gayle king did issue an apology about the sound bite of the interview that CBS put out she feels that the sound by gave her gave people the impression that all she talked about with the allegation against Kobe here's what Gayle king said I've been up reading the comments about the interview I did with Lisa Leslie about Kobe Bryant and I know that if I had only seen a clip that you saw I'd be extremely angry with me too I am mortified I'm embarrassed and I am very angry unbeknownst to me my network put up a clip from a very wide ranging interview totally taken out of context and when you see it that way it's very jarring jarring to me I didn't even know anything about it I started getting calls what hello you doing why did you say this is what is happening I did not know what people are talking about by the way here's the part where I must say I have no idea why Snoop Dogg with that angry Gayle king is a journalist are supposed to be a journalist her job is not to be a PR firm for anybody it was a perfectly legitimate question to ask in a perfectly legitimate follow up question as well would you really be the person to judge because after all your friend of his SUV are you're you're right I am a friend but I think something happened after that he was forced to she said Kobe sets something happened with the force I'm trying to figure out what it is that she did that was so damning so I've been told I've been advised to say nothing by the way she getting death threats just let it go people and keep in mind Snoop Dogg is not known as somebody who's not beyond using violent language drag you people will troll you it'll be over in a couple of days but that's not good enough for me because I really want people to understand what happened here and and how I'm feeling about it I reach out to Lisa because I know that she's a long time friend of Kobe's to talk about his legacy and their friendship we had a really wide ranging interview talked about many things his career his passion his sense of humor the way he was mentoring other people how he was starting his next chapter it was wide ranging and yes we talked about that court case because that court cases also come up and I wanted to get leases take on it as a friend who knew him well what she thought where that source problem what is new dog say in his response to her own Instagram park blank blank respect the family and back off be word before we come get you what does that mean for we come get you and I thought she was very powerful when she looked me in the eye as a member of the media to say it's time for the media to leave it alone and to back off during the course of the interview I ask follow up questions because I want to make sure that her position in perspective we're very clear and at the end when she said it's time for it to leave it alone as I said I thought that was powerful and I insisted I insisted that that part B. in the interview because I thought that it put a nice button on that part of the conversation I thought you just now said you didn't know that they were going to edit it or there he release that segment when the interview aired we had a great reaction to it I talked to Lisa last night I believe that Lisa was okay with the interview and I felt really good about the interview really good about the interview so for the network to take the most salacious part Hey let's throw the network on the bus not a problem when taken out of context and put it up online the person who wants to blame us we're good with that people who didn't see the whole interview it is very upsetting to me and that's something I'm going to have to deal with with them and we will there will be a very intense discussion about that triple eight nine seven one S. A. G. E. triple eight nine seven one seven two four three because the thanks.

"instagram park" Discussed on Parklandia

Parklandia

07:05 min | 1 year ago

"instagram park" Discussed on Parklandia

"My favorite all right now. It's the time of the episode where we share our favorite parts of DC in its national park sites. We haven't told each other answers. So it's all surprise Matt. What was your favorite part of Washington? DC and the National Park Systems. Fantastic question I would say. My favorite part was probably the national archives because seeing seeing the bill of rights and the Declaration of Independence is probably one of the most like Americana things I've maybe ever done. And also you know directly to my favorite movie national treasure so that that plays a big part in in that decision now but it was. We're only there for a few minutes really in the Rotunda like looking at these documents but you are so immersed in it in every way. It's like a dark space. It's it's chilly so it's basically got Tony Environment and I it was. It was really really cool skimming over a little bit. Couldn't read most of it but the the impact of these documents is profound and yeah. I absolutely loved that so. I'm glad that we're able to do that. What about you? What was your favorite part of a very tough question in the bud I would? I would have to say the Lincoln Memorial There's just so much history Torri to to contemplate there. There's so many lessons in life the being on the road and just seeing these different memorials in these sites That impact as like a culture as a single culture and within the multiple cultures of the United States and trying to figure it out. And I think that's the one thing that I see. Abraham Lincoln means to me is like E. He realized that we're all individuals. We have our individual cultures but we have an American American culture as well and bringing people together was his mission. Yeah Yeah it is his legacy and so that's really what it is to me a little bit There's more to like processing over there but I just really love everything. That Abraham Lincoln was about out and figuring it figure it out. Yeah and it's also cool because that legacy and his whole ethos is really living on today as you can see the Lincoln and we'll get seven million annual visitors. That's a ton it's like one of the most visited places in DC and swarming with people. We were there and people from all walks of life from all over the world presumably. Are they're mingling together. And absorbing this experience and that was amazing and I also love how inspite of how crowded it was while you're inside the extra memorial. Everyone is quiet and respectful. That and there are signs that say like you know please be respectful and inquire while you're in here etcetera and everyone is very well behaved you know. Yeah they are yeah and also the view view from up there is just the best like up his long series of steps in overlooking the reflecting Pool The Washington Monument. It's probably the best view in the Jose I think about. Yeah sorry. I'm like kind of stealing your favorite thing. Now that's coming into my own but I'm just listening having fun you know and and this this park the or Washington. DC The district of Columbia. However you want to look at it the three things to bring really isn't your normal? I mean honestly I would bring friends and family because you don't want to be like thirteen year. Old Math like younger and friendless. Yeah don't experience it like I did in middle school Because you you might not have the best memories but I would say oh awesome place to visit with groups with family especially really and then there's a lot to do here and it's hard to kind of summarize it because it's so spread out and so many different things freebies freebies except bring money for milk. Barney yeah because you need to get your clock days and your corn cookies yes you do and then you also need to go to old et grill. More have an iconic meal. We actually ate and drank very well in DC. So I'm glad that we haven't even scratched the survey and that's fine though. Maybe maybe they'll be a special bonus episode in the future maybe branching out into neighborhoods and checking out more culture her and other kinds of activities and DC. Because this is just the very beginning and let's see the third thing so we got money friends and family yeah slash appetite of some sort of a camera and it can be yourself on. It doesn't have to be like huge beautiful camera but like there are are places to take great photos too so but just bring some kind of Camera because there's so many memories that like you're just GonNa take pictures all day anyway and what you're going to look through your remember you went to that place and then you're gonNA start researching because that's what we do like. We take pictures like. Oh yeah forgot about this and then I just go back and and start research and try to understand and see what else is in there. Because that's just what I I love to do right right for sure. Also I think this is another little thing to bring. It's like or the thing more so I think to get while you're there is public transit cards like we talked about Makes it real easy to to get around town. Walk to like while you're in and around the National Mall Very walkable but the the train makes it super easy to branch out from that as well. Yeah those public transit cards. Yeah definitely definitely worth it. Yeah I gotta say it was much nicer spending time in DC now that. I'm not a socially awkward seventh grader. I learned a ton I had so much fun and I left feeling very inspired and very well fed. This is definitely an all American city filled with inspiration and history. Plus it is inspired us to to obsess over Netflix. Shows like house of cards. An Madam Secretary. Yeah obsesses an understatement. Best enjoy it of course while eating milk bar cookies. You've been listening to park land. A show about National Parks Park Land as production of iheartradio created by Matt Karaoke. Brad KEROUAC and Christopher has. The eldest is produced and edited by Mike John. Our executive producer is Christopher has Yoda's R. Researcher Jacqueline Shield a special thanks goes out to Gabriel Collins Crystal waters and the rest of the park lane crew and hey listeners. If you're enjoying the show leave us a review on apple podcasts. It helps other people like you find our show. You can keep up with us on social media as well. Check out our photos from our travels on instagram. Park Lydia pod and join in on the conversation and our facebook group Parkland Rangers from our podcast. My heart radio. visit the iheartradio. iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite shows and as always thank you for listening.

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"instagram park" Discussed on Parklandia

Parklandia

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"instagram park" Discussed on Parklandia

"Houses. Do stuff like that and Sunday. Dinner Club still exists. It's located upstairs above honey butter fried check in which is in the Avondale neighborhood. Just north of Logan Square and highly recommend Senator and club in and of itself to get on there Guest is less because they do amazing work there and it's so intimate you feel like you're in their home getting to know them and just other diners take care of their people you know. They really care they really want to evolve. They want to change the restaurant scene and make it a a better culture and they do so many different initiatives and ongoing training and the have insurance for other teams. Yeah I mean like they are doing it. They're killing it. They're kicking it so when you go to Chicago please make special stop there until Matt and Brad said Hello. Yes yes I know. Give them both air. Hugs for for us because we adore them and admire them and their food is just wonderful. In and of itself the fried chicken served with honey butter the corn muffins into sandwich. You can have it with a side of mental Mac and cheese with cookies for dessert. All of it just excellent excellent people and a couple of other excellent people that were we feel very connected to you are David Meghan Miller from Baker from Baker Miller this bakery and in cafe and Lincoln Square and these two. They're wonderful human beings and they made our wedding cake for us. When we got married and Double Bunk Cake Banana Plum Double Bundt cake with us like Vanilla frosting WHO's out? It looked like ooh actually looked like mammoth hot springs rings or something like that just like these this beautiful colors and like leaves coming from it. It was really a cool thing. Tastes like software though it was not like he also done cake but so good. And that's just the tip of the iceberg. But they do because they're cafe their home he like wonderful. Warm welcoming. Cafe has delicious wishes cookies and cakes and pies like chocolate chest pie and her Chata Pie and I think my favorite time to go. There's for breakfast to get coffee and they they do. Yummy like grits poles topped with like pork sausage or like corn and cheese and CILANTRO. But I actually my favorite thing and this is like something. They are famous for stunningly. Is there oatmeal just the best meal. It's made with heirloom oats with cultured cream. Cinnamon sugar toasted PECANS secons hotmail. It's like this is. How should people would love oatmeal and eat it so much or if it was this good Dave and Meghan Miller they really put the love and soul back into very fast food very and bakery items? You know they. They're two very passionate people That they built something for themselves from nothing and their story is amazing the them as people as mazing and like just talking about makes me miss them more and more because I just love like hang out with them and seeing them randomly and coming and visiting them at Baker Miller and along a lot of Chicago because really is this beautiful place with so much. Amazing Yeah I think it's. It's good to kind of wrap. I could talk endlessly but I think it's good to wrap up this Chicago. Minneapolis it with Baker Miller. You're in like honey butter fried chicken because folks like these like David Meghan Miller and Christine Joshua honey butter. I feel like they really exemplify the city of Chicago. And what we love most about it and why we lived there in what we miss most about. It is just this natural hospitality and passion and kindness and empathy and all these things in addition just being talented human beings who are putting their work out there and sharing it with the world and it's wonderful in every way in every sense so we miss all of this. It's essential when we go back that we visit these people on their businesses. We we miss you. We miss you Chicago. You've been listening to park. Land a show about National Parks Park Land as production. Oh by heart. Radio created by Makara. Wak Brad Kerouac and Christopher has. Yoda's produced edited by Mike. John's our executive producer is Christopher. Has He Otis R. Researcher. It's Jesulin Jesulin. Shield a special. Thanks goes out to Gabrielle Collins Crystal Waters and the rest of the park landy accrue and hey listeners. If you're enjoying the show leave us a review on apple podcasts. It helps other people like you find our show. You can keep up with us on social media as well checkout photos from our travels on Instagram Park. Lydia pod and join in on the conversation in in our facebook group Park Land Rangers from our podcast. My heart radio visits I heart radio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite shows and as always thank you you for listening.

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"instagram park" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"instagram park" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Golf okay you hear the crowd that was good yeah he's a he's I found a picture I took I just put up on Instagram take a look at this this is the al Smith dinner a few years ago it's backstage and look how friendly everybody is it's the Blasi trump Rudy and Hillary all mingling talking to each other well this is of course way before the two thousand sixteen would never happen I am but it's it's up on my Instagram parks alone in ways seat Instagram yet I can't eat of the whole world changed now you can talk to people about this stuff yeah eight when Sean Hannity said it the other day says when he came down that escalator do you realize how the world changed everything change but he came down that escalator that they they will get to N. B. C.'s got a big problem coming a big problem we'll get to that crazy Megan Kelly and the records on the more check out the web page Chuck Schumer he was at the ultimate dinner last night do you realize what a flip flop where he is this guy is a bigger flip flop or than John Kerry watch this video you'll see what I mean also you know CNN everything is breaking news breaking news is one of the great breaking news bloopers on the C. N. and also what's this some Joe Pesci you know but his private life no background what's it very interesting wife this guy's head take a look at this video top on the web page go to seven ten W. O. R. dot com slash mark seven ten W. O. R. dot com slash mark.

"instagram park" Discussed on Parklandia

Parklandia

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"instagram park" Discussed on Parklandia

"Yeah just the way that this park in the woods have been used by various people over the years for hunting or fishing and exploration Asia and then now with the Appalachian through hikers as well so that was a little glimpse into that I guess inadvertently but that trail was was awesome in those waterfalls falls were extraordinary. I really really liked it yeah. I'd really love to bring like enough things to like. Make your own cocktails and you know you're going to need to bring your hiking backpack to on that Appalachian Trail Right now now I'm going to bring you and Rv jiving behind me so what they're things are due to this park. What three things that I bring? I think I would bring stuff to have a picnic. I think this feels like a great picnic Hiccup Park got it offering the cocktail stuff you bring the picnic. Yeah sure yeah there we go. That's one and one yeah you'd bring another thing I would bring would be my well. I would just bring my same t-shirt. My block bear t shirt because this is the place to to wear that. I think everybody appreciates the shirt. It just really really fits and then I'd bring my hiking sticks. 'cause you like to take me on crazy hikes. Oh yeah definitely came in hand yeah. You bought them here this. This is the first part you bought taking sticks broke one of them. I know you look immediately broke. It didn't last and then I would also bring I think our ACLU board game just in theme that clue looking and then play the clue game. That's actually a great idea. I would actually bring you'll because because there came a point where we're like okay. We're getting lawn fuel because it's a long drive and I didn't feel up before leaving or entering the park and so an upon leaving I had to get it like right away. yeah that's something to think about and now let's talk about like what our dream mm-hmm vacation version of shadow would be if we're to come back here and just kind of go go crazy yeah absolutely why don't you start off with this all right I well. I think we should stay at at the end. The men's lent end of course. I very curious about that. We didn't see any of the rams. All we do is go to the speakeasy bar but I just you get get a sense of it that it's probably really luxuria vintage way so i WanNa do that. I also really want to go and just check out their main restaurant. Circa thirty one is the name of it and not only does it like super stylish swath like the rest of the property but the restaurant also hosts dinner shows and murder mystery dinners wished uh-huh perfect. We have to do this like murder. Mystery dinners like I was actually really bummed when we couldn't do that because you know from Hyogo Valley episode so how much we love our murder mystery train rides and dinners and that would have been perfect. I know for anyone who remembers our first episode. Where we geeked picked out on the murder mystery train ride they know full well about our obsession with murder mysteries and how crazy and wonderful to discover the hotel which looks like the clue mansion also hosts murder mystery so that's just perfect? It's literally perfect and then of course you would also have to do more hikes exploration of Shannon Doa. Maybe so you can even hike the whole Shannon Doa part of that place trail I would totally do that. Yeah I think that'd be a nice way to dip my toe into the Appalachian. Just do a easy hundred mile hike but you're don't tempt me though because he no actually do it and then you're going to have to drive and pick me up and pamper me in the evening. They'll be tired brings right. You've been listening to park land. A show about National Parks Park Oakland is a production of iheartradio's. How stuff works created by Medicare Wak Brad Kerouac and Christopher has YODA produced an edited by Mike John's our executive producer Christopher has the ODA special thanks to Gabrielle Collins Crystal Waters and rest of the cleaning crew and hey listeners? If you're during the show leave us a review on Apple podcast it helps other people like you find our show you can keep up with us on social media checkout are photos from our travels on Instagram Park Land Pod and join in on the conversation in our facebook group Park land near Rangers from our podcast my heart radio visit the heart radio APP apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows and as always always thank you for listening.

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"instagram park" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"instagram park" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"I think is why the plan now god all eight days the taylor through shake it all a uh she put on instagram park i am so glad i had a chance to meet you today uh keep on dreaming be for yourself and may one day out proudly look up at fortune to you parker who's mama's jessica carries a lifelong i'm sorry guys i mean do at the dry among the outgoing cia stat snake uh but yeah uh parker who's modest can carries allies lawn district resident displays an impressive move death with obama to a famous valentine lucious tell us with shake it off that's why she pays little girls be snow yeah it makes sense little girls they learned the traders ways of the white woman yet okay uh and of course they had a bunch of tweets from everybody discount celebrating into stuff and now it was far so see some good news start show gas did not feel good and giantais gallagher olympia drain zero persist worked with ah phnom naphtha acquitted owls martin squarely is order to forfeit his coveted we'll take a album mmm uh apparently at the auto aspirin in odyssey these done a brought down for two million dollars and um you know do the member to i came without he's like the stipulations i if somebody to high stay from him dan day that you know than didn't every walk ear but it's basically white copy of the album forever is just is it only is and nobody else in the world gets a copy it out menad is shit oh him well a fairly among other possessions judge keo matsumoto order this growly uh par company of the little ways on released a carter five which uh apocryphal early uh he acquired at the way accidentally left the cd of and it's anticipate al masaad of bugatti later so it oscar is being forced to fourth via seven point three six million uh so as you go back to the low wang idiocy cd back in nando dangi should mack i dunno where goes mouna maybe the government got announ powder.

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"instagram park" Discussed on The Chief and Shawn Show

The Chief and Shawn Show

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"instagram park" Discussed on The Chief and Shawn Show

"Sort of live i can ask it that live there's other people here it's not just me and you live we could have a vote if his live your life it is live as the years past presidents right who so it's live at this point right now it's with live right now at the point at the point right now that we're at his life nobody can here right now though i can hear you guy can hear it in it okay so we are live in person have other up live in perth think that the tv jonjo on tuesday don't even think about argue that in a tuesday because the instagram park has listeners which you you and spit you out yes in a long as this week seemed i'd almost bet it wasn't tuesday either but i know it is because we're still in here did it seem long sean it's real long long this in then i can't make that she had long rainy i can't take that which should that fucking light why the fought can't we get somebody near fix satellite why can't we give them to fix a bullet holes in the wall i don't care about the ball holes or bother me how to pull it out as i know you're my dog via the light flashing him is that is annoying hill i feel like before next tuesday that she should be fixed egitim from affleck where's the white and we can we just hours where's the white boom which is on who unhooked the one that's mcgimpsey my grim henson's mind them a of feel right at home in this deal yeah on my chair player club we're we're feeling read the club were the white flash and on his because his so damn cold here is deeds jumped and chuck it'd be dan's it like a month after he had blows dixon shit may be it.

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