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"koa" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"koa" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"With New Orleans. Okay, one of the top because they're they're receiving corps is banged up. No Michael Thomas. No trade Kwan. So you know they're going to be hitting album camera. They're going to be hitting Marquis Calloway. And and it's a game that they're going to need to score some points against the Packers. Right. So that's like the truck east of Chalk Place today that is a cash game special. You put Marquis Calloway and all your cash games because he's 3400 super cheap and it allows you to add either top and running backs or you can get a couple of nice receivers in there, you can formulate around him. I'm putting Marquis Calloway and all my cash games and that in part because, like I said, It's just guaranteed amount of looks. He's going to be targeted, possibly 10 times in the game at 3400 Steel. He's not my favorite dart throw And I would think that there's actually a couple guys under him underpriced that I like better in tournaments. I like Terrace Marshall a lot today for Carolina. You're going to. He's a guy that they had awesome preseason. They're moving them all around the lineup. And and I mean, even with Christian McCaffrey back, I'm not worried about that whatsoever. He's going to be the new Curtis Samuel. They're going to use terrorist Marshall Curtis Samuel kind of role, which means he gets catches out of the backfield. He's going to move around. I like him. A lot is at 3000 bare minimum. If you want another $3000 guy. I like Elijah More a lot today Love from the New York Jets. No Jamison Crowder covid list, So I think all of the targets that would have been going to him that Corey Davis is there. And he's going to be wide receiver one. But that's where the attention is Also going to go because Corey Davis is a proven guy, Elijah Moore is yet to do that. I think Elijah Moore is a fantastic play Another bare minimum rock bottom price. 3000 love him today, advises states Everyone's going Marquez Callaway. But there's some other guys on that roster. Like Chris Hogan is on that roster. Will. Jordan Humphrey is a guy that managed to just find targets at times last year, So that's more tournament play. I'm saying like, if I'm doing it, everybody else is going, Marquez Callaway. Am I going different? My good then that's how you have to read it. You have to read. It it in a way of One of my what's my high floor? That's what you go cash games because all you gotta do is hit the top 50%. But if you want to go tournament, then yeah, take a look at some of the other names and that that's because because everybody you want to zig when everybody else is sagging. So if you have questions, one that we'd be happy to help. We'll go over my favorite stacks of the day. Ben's favorite picks as well. This one here name Heinz or Waddle Dynasty. Super Flex Full pot. Okay, well, I mean, if it's I mean, I'm assuming you're talking as your flex, not your super flights because the Super flex would be a quarterback. I wouldn't want to throw in either Heinz or waddle in a super flex spot if I could avoid it, so What do you think about that, Ben? I like I like general water. Only because of your it doesn't look like Preston Williams is going to go. Will fuller still out in Miami? So if I'm if I'm picking this, I'd rather go up on Waddell and think, Okay. Let's see how to and Jaylen Waddle get on the same page right off the bat, especially for me, cause I think I think Miami is going to win that game. I think it's gonna be a lot of Myles Gaskin. I think it could be some quite a bit of jail and waddle and, um They're They're tight in there. They're going to go to waddle early. They're going to go to waddle. Often. I will tell you from, um sources within the within the Miami organization. They're very, very impressed with Jaylen Waddle. Um and so I I would take water on this one Hides is going to be a rotational guy. That's that's got two guys ahead of him. In that rotation. So for me, I just avoid Hinds anyway, while has the higher potential just because he's going to get more targets. He's going to get some deep looks in that offense. And, uh, I can tell you personally from from a source down there in the Miami coaching staff that they're very impressed with him. Yes, and in the heights just got that contract extension. He's a valuable player for what the Colts want to do is, but he's like I said again. This is fantasy right again. This is fantasy, and he's gonna be It's gonna be situational. It depends on where they are in the game. Heinz Workload comes from Game script. Waddles Workload comes from depth chart and and to me, That's that's the way to go. It's the Caesar Sports Book Sunday pregame brought to by Caesar Sports Book download. It must be 21 years or older When we come back..

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"koa" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

09:41 min | 1 year ago

"koa" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"This is Lee Have even this is our American stories, and we tell a lot of stories about our nation's past. And this one next. Well, it's the story. Well, part of the story that you know the great Chicago fire. 18 71. But the more interesting story, which is the great Chicago recovery. Experts agree on where that fire started back in 18 71 a little under two miles from downtown Chicago, just to the Southwest, but how it started. Remains an open question. And so we bring you Tim Samuelsson, the cultural historian of the city of Chicago to tell us about this area and dive into the mythology of how the Chicago Fire got started. It was an area of small shack some cottages of largely Irish immigrants. The fire itself began in the barn of Patrick and Catherine O'Leary. For the scale of Mrs O'Leary and her existence in the neighborhood. She was an entrepreneurial business woman. There was more than one cow in the barn and she had a, you know, modest but substantial business. And of course, the thing that's amazing is that for years, people told this story about her at night, milking the cow, the cow kicking over a lantern, setting the bar in a fire and then high winds and dry conditions going burned down a significant part of the city. Well, If you have a dairy business, you don't milk your cows at night. In fact, usually at the time the fire started and we're talking about all maybe about a quarter to nine in the evening. You're likely asleep in your house because you have to get up early to melt those cows and again. There's multiple cows in the barn. So it makes for kind of an interesting, ironic thing that poor Mrs O'Leary gets fingered. But where did the fire start? You bet it started in their barn. And, ironically, what didn't burn in the Great Chicago fire the O'Leary's house. It made it through just fine, but the fire Took off on a path that would go to the Northeast jumps to Chicago River headed right for downtown Chicago, which was Have fairly built up metropolis by 18 71. With substantial buildings built out of stone brick and iron fronts, many people talk about downtown Chicago being largely would buildings. That's another myth, the kind of needs to get solved the buildings of Chicago world size and substantial architectural character and quality comparable to other cities of that era. But when you have the conditions of dry conditions, high winds, those stone walls will crumble. A dignified front made out of cast iron would melt like butter. And it wasn't the case one building setting fire to another. It was the case of such an intense heat. The things would just spontaneously combust. Let's talk a little bit about Chicago and what caused the fire in terms of Chicago's growth because in 18 40 Chicago was basically a small Midwestern town. I wouldn't even call the city talk about the growth. The meteoric growth from 18 42 18 70 that set the conditions. Under which a fire like this could have even happened. Let's go back to let's say the 18 thirties or the 18 forties. What was here? Not much. In fact, if you were here in 18 thirties, people argue about how many but it might be 50 to 100 people. The buildings are just little shacks along this will be an during little river off of Lake Michigan. But it was the perfectly located swampy backwater because as a country is that that point starting to grow a West Chicago was the strategic location located on the chain of the Great Lakes, six to connect to the waterways of the east and everything and everyone heading West. Would funnel through Chicago. So Chicago is the perfect place for anyone or anything to get anywhere. So you go from a mud hole in 18 30 with just a handful of people, you start to get few thousands of people in the 18 forties modest little buildings. By 18 70 You have a major metropolis of over 300,000 people, it becomes a headquarters of commerce and manufacturing. It was a place that when you have the combination of the water waves meeting the rails. You could bring raw materials in transform them into something else with a large labor force and ship them out, conveniently anywhere in not only the country but in the world. Let's talk about the night of the fire. How long did it rage? How much of the city did consume? And what did the fire spare the evening of the fire On October 8 18 71 was in the center of a really tough drought. Things were really dry. So the fire does break out in the barn of the O. Leary family. There is some bungling on the part of how the fire was reported that delayed firefighters and getting to the fire to extinguish it. However, the conditions were such that with the wood buildings that surrounded the O Leary barn, the high winds and the dry conditions. It's probably can be said that the fire was almost unstoppable from the start the fire races through the wood buildings of this immigrant neighborhood less than two miles southwest of downtown Chicago. And then carries through in kind of a wedge and, well, the fire didn't destroy the whole city, but it took out its whole central business District Heart. The imposing stone iron and brick buildings of down Chicago or totally consumed. There were wood details in downtown Chicago in terms of ornamental mansard roofs, wood paving blocks. But for the most part, the buildings were fairly substantial. But the interiors are largely made out of wood. The total heat. Totally combusts, Um The fire starts, Let's say a quarter to eight in the evening. And you have by one o'clock in the morning. It is burning downtown Chicago and there is the courthouse right in the Central Square. That is basically in flames. And then it races across the main part of the Chicago River burns out a significant part of the north side of Chicago, burning out to almost a triangular wedge that would be on the north side almost near what's forward an avenue in Clark Street. Today, but all the city didn't burn. The south side of Chicago. That was a significant part of the city was hardly touched at all the West Side of Chicago, which was also a significant part of Chicago. Was hardly touched at all. Except for that wedge that burned from the start of the fire at the O. Leary barn, and also there were areas of the North side and the farther reaches of the north side into the West that didn't burn at all. Chicago was able to recover fairly quickly after the fire because the one thing that the fire could not destroy was Chicago's perfect location that made the city thrived to begin with. And you could get anything You wanted to rebuild the city by the same waterways, the same rail lines coming into the city that could still deliver the goods for the city to thrive and There were substantial parts of the city that were untouched by the fire, where the businesses that once had their offices in downtown Chicago could take temporary quarters. So you had a businessman who had, you know, elegant offices in downtown Chicago. The ruins were still smoking, and they were making arrangements to get quarters and old boarding houses south of downtown Chicago and re establish their business and get to work rebuilding the destroyed city. Didn't take long. Didn't take long. Indeed, When we come back, we'll find out how this all happened. We continue with Tim Samuelson here on our American stories..

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"koa" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"koa" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Number and the hard hit Northeast still cleaning up after the storm, and it's flooding in New York City, where 13 people died in the storm. Service centers were open this weekend to help those impacted. ABC is Diana Rocco is outside one of the centers in Woodside, Queens. They're offering help with housing, insurance, food assistance and a number of other city services throughout Queens. Residents continued to clean up yesterday, days after Ida's floodwaters took out nearly a dozen basement apartments, many of which the city has now said were illegal. Workers spent the day removing debris in Jamaica and Flushing. There was a vigil held for a mother and son who lost their life in one of those basement apartment Covid outbreaks in Texas now delaying the return of in person learning in several districts. Dr. Michael Chang is a pediatric infectious disease specialist in Utah Delta variant being more contagious than previous, You know, variance of The coronavirus. It's just kind of a game changer for pediatrics and in Arizona, authorities say a student who was exposed to someone who had tested positive for the coronavirus was put into isolation, missing a field trip. Then we're told the students, father and two other men showed up at the principal's office with ZIP tie, saying they were going to arrest her. ABC News spoke to Diane Vargo, the principal at an elementary school in Vail, Arizona, felt threatened. You know, there are three large men in my office. I felt violated. The father denies that he threatened to zip tie the principal. You're listening to ABC news. Cable news radio time eight to Douglas County deputies have arrested two people they say shot at them after stealing a car. It happened shortly before four this morning..

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Who Will Buy "Big John," the Biggest Triceratops Ever Found?

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Who Will Buy "Big John," the Biggest Triceratops Ever Found?

"Sized sale auctioneers in France are getting ready to sell the skeleton of the world's biggest triceratops. Known as Big John. Just the skull is more than eight FT. Long and six FT. Wide, Big John was dug up in South Dakota in 2014. Now someone will dig deep to be his new owner. Bidding is expected to reach more than $1.5 million. Right now. On Wall Street, the

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Rage Against the Machine Guitarist Seeking Help for Afghan Girls

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

Rage Against the Machine Guitarist Seeking Help for Afghan Girls

"Is asking the music industry to help get female guitar players out of Afghanistan, the rage against the machine guitarist advocating on behalf of students at a music school in Kabul. It's called Girl with a guitar, he says, Since the Taliban took over, the girls are in hiding. I can't believe I'm even

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'Rage Against the Machine' Guitarist Seeking Help for Afghan Girls

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

'Rage Against the Machine' Guitarist Seeking Help for Afghan Girls

"Asking the music industry to help get female guitar players safely out of Afghanistan. The rage against the machine guitarist is advocating on behalf of students at a music school in Kabul called Girl with a guitar. He says, since the Taliban took over, the girls are in hiding 7 18

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Senators Call on VA to Help Veterans Struggling With Mental Health

Lewis and Logan

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Senators Call on VA to Help Veterans Struggling With Mental Health

"Attacks in Afghanistan and the Taliban takeover are affecting the mental health of many veterans who served their congressman Tony Gonzalez, a Republican from Texas is one of them. And he has a message for his fellow vets to my brothers and sisters that bought in Afghanistan. We did our part. We kept America safe from terrorism. For two decades, the Department of Veterans Affairs says. Calls to the veterans crisis line have steadily increased since the Taliban took control of Afghanistan in mid August.

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400,000-Year-Old Elephant Bone Tools Unearthed in Italy

Mandy Connell

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

400,000-Year-Old Elephant Bone Tools Unearthed in Italy

"Researchers say they've identified 98 tools from a site in Italy dating back 400,000 years. The tools come from the femurs and other bones from an extinct animal called the street tusked. Elephant, the researchers say the sites residents made the tools with a systematic, standardized approach, similar to an assembly line.

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Apple's Tim Cook Gets $750mn Bonus Payout

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

Apple's Tim Cook Gets $750mn Bonus Payout

"Its CEO, How does having a really good week? Tim Cook got more than five million shares of Apple stock and sold most of them for more than $750 million. This is part of the compensation that cooked out when he took over as CEO 10 years ago. The

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Scientists Hope to Find Life on Earth-Like Planets Covered in Oceans

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Scientists Hope to Find Life on Earth-Like Planets Covered in Oceans

"Love space stories, a new class of earth like planets could lead to the discovery of life outside our solar system. Astronomers at the University of Cambridge say that could be possible. Within a few years, They found planets that resemble earth with hydrogen rich atmosphere is covered in oceans, a co author of the study says. It's exciting that habitable conditions exist on such planet. And of course, you know they will because it is so expansive that there is something else out there. If it's not life similar to ours, there's places where there's Types of life, right? No, it's just it's in fact, the role to think that we are the only thing out here. We're not. I say we're not. We're special. We're not that special because we like to say six or

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Don Everly of Early Rock ‘N’ Roll Everly Brothers Dies at 84

Broncos Country Tonight

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

Don Everly of Early Rock ‘N’ Roll Everly Brothers Dies at 84

"Don Everly, Half the pioneering Everly Brothers whose hits like Wake Up, Little Susie, impacted the Generation of rock and roll, died at home in Nashville Saturday. According to his attorney and family spokesman Don was preceded in death by his brother Fill in 2014. Don Everly was

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Tens of Thousands Wait in Afghanistan as Evacuations Continue

Financial Awakening

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Tens of Thousands Wait in Afghanistan as Evacuations Continue

"In Kabul for President Biden to deliver on his promise to evacuate all Americans and Afghans who aided the war effort. Pandemonium outside Kabul airport as terrified Afghan families and Americans attempt to leave the country. President Biden varying this. All Americans will be evacuated from Afghanistan, but many Americans still not able to make it to the airport on Thursday, three Chinook helicopters picking up 169 Americans at a hotel just 200 yards from the airport. After a large crowd prevented them from walking there. That's a B C's Ian Pennell

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Alabama Hospitals Have Run out of ICU Beds

Mandy Connell

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

Alabama Hospitals Have Run out of ICU Beds

"Alabama is out of I C u beds, State health officer Dr Scott Harris says. They've converted other rooms into makeshift ICUs. While some patients well, they're being forced to wait in the ER until a bed becomes available.

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Internal State Department Cable Warned of Kabul Collapse

This Morning with Gordon Deal

01:01 min | 1 year ago

Internal State Department Cable Warned of Kabul Collapse

"Agency officials In the Biden administration about the potential collapse of Kabul soon after the US established in August 31st deadline for troop withdrawal in Afghanistan. The Wall Street Journal says the cable warned of rapid territorial gains by the Taliban and offered recommendations on ways to mitigate the crisis and speed up an evacuation. Ohio Republican Congressman Brad Win Strip. We need to look back and we need to look at who said what? And you know what was our intelligence. What did the military advised the president? What types of things were being done? The memo urged evacuation flights for those with special immigration visas to start no later than August. 1st. As of last weekend. Some 18,000 Afghans who have applied for the program, as well as their families remained on the ground in Afghanistan, with about half of them outside Kabul in areas already under Taliban control. And efforts to get them to the Kabul airport have grown more difficult by the day. The Texas

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American Airlines Extends Ban on Alcohol Sales to Main Cabin Passengers Until 2022

Mandy Connell

00:12 sec | 1 year ago

American Airlines Extends Ban on Alcohol Sales to Main Cabin Passengers Until 2022

"Airlines is not bringing back alcohol sales anytime soon. The airline suspension of domestic main cabin alcohol sales is being extended through genuine 18. The alcohol suspension is because of rowdy passengers.

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US Air Force Investigating Afghan Civilian Deaths at Kabul Airport

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

US Air Force Investigating Afghan Civilian Deaths at Kabul Airport

"Force is investigating the deaths of several civilians that the Kabul airport on Monday They're also investigating whether civilians spell from the plane as it was taking off and the human remains discovered in the wheel well of an aircraft. Air force officials say the plane is currently impounded. The

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Foo Fighters Require Proof of Vaccination or Negative Test for Concert Attendees

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Foo Fighters Require Proof of Vaccination or Negative Test for Concert Attendees

CDC Backs Third Vaccine Dose for Immunocompromised People

Mile High Retirement

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

CDC Backs Third Vaccine Dose for Immunocompromised People

"Are now available for immuno compromised Americans. The CDC officially recommending vaccine booster shots for the estimated seven million Americans with vulnerable immune systems just hours after the announcement. Walgreens and CVS, announcing they will administer third doses to eligible patients of the nation's top health officials say More research is needed to determine whether the general public will also need a third shot. ABC's

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U.S. Senate Pivots to $3.5 Trillion Bill, Key to Biden's Agenda

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. Senate Pivots to $3.5 Trillion Bill, Key to Biden's Agenda

"Couple of massive infrastructure measures have passed the Senate late last night. It was the $3.5 trillion budget blueprint to improve human infrastructure that after easy passage of the $1 trillion plan to fix roads and bridges, The president says the plans will put people back to work makes key investments that will one create millions of good union jobs all across the country in cities, small towns. Rural and tribal communities. Now the House must approve the larger of the two packages before they vote on reconciliation. In the

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Senate Moving Forward on Biden's $3.5 Trillion 'Human Infrastructure' Plan

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

01:42 min | 1 year ago

Senate Moving Forward on Biden's $3.5 Trillion 'Human Infrastructure' Plan

"C going for it all. This is a very good day. We have come to an agreement. After all. Long, hard negotiating the stops and starts. We're here. Majority Leader Chuck Schumer is the Senate is ready for a final vote on the $1.1 trillion infrastructure plan. But that's not all. Wait. There's more. The Democrats are introducing a $3.5 trillion budget resolution that addresses most of President Biden's a debt agenda. And right now we're looking at the political fight ahead on that, with ABC News contributor Sarah Isgur So Sarah, at least looking at the $1.1 trillion bill a lot of bipartisan support, and some said that that President Biden back when he was saying this could get done was You know, kind of, you know, being whispering in the clouds not realistic, but it looks like it's close to getting done. Finally so we could have up to 18 Plus Republicans voting Yes, at 11 A.m. Today in Washington, D. C, including Mitch McConnell, the Republican minority leader. What makes it all the more impressive is that Donald Trump has repeatedly said that Republicans need to vote against this bill. It gives Joe Biden a win that he didn't get. And he wants them to vote. No. And you have 18 plus Republicans, basically ignoring the former president, which is a an interesting break within the Republican Party. At the same time. Once this bill passes the Senate, it will go to the house where Speaker Pelosi has said She's not going to bring it up for a vote because she wants to see the $3.5 trillion spending deal. Get voted on first. So the bite administration, you know, it's one step forward two steps back. It seems like for his goal of a bipartisan infrastructure deal that he can actually put his signature on well back to these

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Rockies Say Fan Was Yelling at Mascot, Not Shouting Racial Slur

Big Al and JoJo

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Rockies Say Fan Was Yelling at Mascot, Not Shouting Racial Slur

"koa" Discussed on Pittsburgh's Paranormal Chasing Prophecy Radio Show

Pittsburgh's Paranormal Chasing Prophecy Radio Show

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"koa" Discussed on Pittsburgh's Paranormal Chasing Prophecy Radio Show

"If you can't you can't stop that but you can at least the slow it down. Help keep it on the control and so far. Nobody said they've got to bars and casinos. Even kobe was full-fledged. Nobody said they've picked enough mary. Anything so casinos actually pretty good around white machines after you get up. Even now still doing him. If this thing does attack everybody will get hurt. Immunity and then maybe developed some some kind of system against other future on koa dayton entity it couvert under control and they keep saying well you know because delta they keep saying me because it a delta you ain't got to worry about the lambda we'll we'll have to wait season it's true or not wham does land as the next one on the entrance ramp the delta it can prevent lambda for. I don't know who who you quoting. Ira daily they don't know yet. They know that it's on the way and then they'll annoyed about lambda only peru. They do they know all the information that was collected when crew which is a lot. Yeah but it's it's lot. It's not really good information. It's very jagged unpredictable. It's not really like so accurate. You know what i mean. And then there's something about it could slip off the cell and not catch it sometimes. So it's weird right like like i said it's it's slippery slippery but that's the thing is would be the way in slipped in your slipknot. In fact you know so. Antibodies stick to it and so the vaccine will stick to it one of the characteristics sometimes when it tries to grab antibody slips and gets eat. They walked to survive the war. Everything wants to survive. Everything was built into everything on a damn planned on what matter. What is every every bug every human every child everything doesn't matter what every flou- we don't hear much from trudeau these days in the media though I mean he's an election modi's behaving himself. Oh yeah yeah right in your face..

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"koa" Discussed on Mango Kush Podcast

Mango Kush Podcast

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"koa" Discussed on Mango Kush Podcast

"I would say even more than that. Because i still want more than that but like i had this conversation with with some friends just last week and i have one friend. And she's a what do you call it like marketing. She's into marketing. She does that thing where she helps. People build businesses and she was like. Oh yeah you know. Nowadays you want to own your own business. You know you don't want to be working for someone else. And i think a lot of a lot of people nowadays actually looked down on jobs where people are working for someone else like. It's just everyone's all on this. And congratulations on louis logs. Okay i tried to recorder thing a few minutes ago but accidentally let the button. So i don't know but Yeah i do think that social media definitely has given off this unrealistic Standard of success. Because i think like nowadays or like this newer generation mostly have glorified you know everyone becoming an entrepreneur which i think being entrepreneurs great. I think that's great if that's what you aspire to be great but like everybody cannot be entrepreneur and i just dislike the wing. How people will look down on someone because they quote unquote worked for the manner. They work for someone else. Because i know plenty of people who make really good income working for you know for business or corporation and make more money than people who are out here doing you know starting their own businesses but i i still think having your businesses great of your one those people who you like to do your own thing and you don't wanna oh yeah absolutely appreciate that little bliss We're going to go into this again. We got a special our special guests. Thank you need. Ross for that A statement different one dive in the last two messages we do making vicious ci- he got a husband. Gotta get on down ta. I gotta do that true. I i make a special connections. Alpha music i sit down and craft that way. Hits that way you appreciate that man. We burn burn. Koa lil a man out that shutout decides is not shot out the car. Diesel shutouts the whole mango kush. Podcast show some love. Real quick before i slide out and getting my thing man.

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"koa" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"koa" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Circumstances than any other batter in the National League at the moment. 11 pitch to him is a base it the left field, But Grichin thought it might be caught. So he held up for a moment only got to third. I think the Rockies are going to have to change their approach. They wanted a high fastball, but John missed it away High and Hosmer is hit. Three high and away fastballs for hits the last two games, and he's gone The other way, had to double the other way down the line last night, a couple of doubles last night. He he likes him up there, and he's not afraid just to use that nice, easy swing and go with the pitch. You know, That's sometimes where the Movement. The run of a fast bulk can be counterproductive. That's what happened to John there because they wanted that pitch in Wil Myers with a chance to give San Diego the early lead right on right with Gray and John delivers a breaking ball for a strike. 15 pitch already thrown by John that was pitched. 17 15 pitch brought to his by Geico, Geico 15 minutes could save you 15% or more on car insurance. Gary Gray, with the long pause pitch in the dirt Nice block, but not enough to keep Pas mur from getting to second. It kept Grisham in third, but Hosmer advances on the wild.

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"koa" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"koa" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Than one run. Course field to a pitch swing and a Miss Marquez gets a strike back two and one. Overall, he's just been very good six in one with a 3.68 cores coming into this start against ST Louis. This doesn't happen. Carlson off of second Goldschmidt away from first and the 21 pitch swing and a Miss Katamon, a breaking ball there to even the count. Slider coming in on carpenter. Hell, Airman going to try and strand. A couple struck out. Martinez struck out our Renato looking to finish off Carpenter. A bit of a gap in right center with Daza, the center fielders shaded towards left, Marquez comes set at the belt. And the pitch swing and a miss Another strikeout for Airman Marquez strikes out the side in the third and leaves two cardinals on the basis. Middle of the third cardinals to Rocky's one on the Rockies Radio network. The world as we know it has changed. Let us move you forward. Help you pivot rebuild the skill. You were born to learn and we were born to help you move forward with the leaders in online education at CSU Global Diomedio Hey,.

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"koa" Discussed on Beyond the Wheel

Beyond the Wheel

05:17 min | 2 years ago

"koa" Discussed on Beyond the Wheel

"For that first winter when we took it out i had in a storage yard. Winterized parked it out. There drove out there just a couple of times just to check on it but then when we took it out camping for the first time after that winter we had a lot of problems with the rv that we should have really should have been checking on the entire time it was. Winter is so now. we're back in the in a house and just travelling part time so i- winterized it because up here in virginia. It gets pretty cold but every month now. I have like a little list of things. That i that i go out and check so i'll check all the wiring on the batteries to make sure everything's okay with that We have lithium. So we don't have to check the fluids or anything and then using the app. I'll check the charge to make sure that it's okay because we have the vic drawn battery monitor and then. I checked the converter charger. Then i'll walk around to the side. Turn on the propane tanks and make sure first thing i'll do is make sure they sell propane and there's a leak somewhere and then i'll go inside the rv flip on all the lights and turn on the furnace and make sure that it's blowing out heat. And then i also light the stove and the oven. Once the rv warms up. I'll stay in their and watch my app to make sure that my batteries are being used. Because i've turned on the invert error. And so i want everything running off the batteries in. That's another good way to make sure that the solar is charging those batteries efficiently. And then while i'm inside i'll also check the toilet to make sure there's still some in the toilet because one of the problems we had before was the seal got messed up in that. Antifreeze drained out and then the seal was ruined and so we had to put a new seal in the toilet. And then i'll shut everything off and go outside. Shut off my propane. And then instead of an on board generator we have portable generators that i keep in the garage and i'll get most of them started and run them about an hour with steph. Hooked up to him so that they're actually getting their exercise. And i hope by doing this that when we go out on that first camping trip that we won't have any problems because i've been checking everything as we've been going and hopefully that'll work and i..

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04:13 min | 2 years ago

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"Nobody really talks about doing the rear. So let me do the rear sway bar too. So apparently there's a reason why nobody talks about doing the rear so i did the rear sway bar that we went for another trip of a a few thousand miles and we didn't like it anymore. So now i just put the back the rear sway bar back to stock. So if anybody's thinking about doing the the cheap paneling fix maybe just you know you can do both. It really doesn't take long. In fact i did the rear sway bar. Put it back to original stock. While sabrina working out one day and she didn't even realize that went under the rv and fix it took me twenty minutes to put it back the stock. So if you wanna do front and rear you can. But i would do one at a time to see the differences but yeah just having that front done that seems to be the way to go for us. What was the difference in the back that you didn't like. I think it made the chassis too stiff. As far as sway went so when a gust of wind would hit us there was zero. Give so it just it just hit and it hit hard. I really was expecting in the front made such a difference. I thought that back having the back then was just gonna multiply that. Even more. But i wish i had a better reason of why the back felt bad. But that's the only time the back felt bad was in windy. Windy conditions going around corners. And all that no no issues at all now with just the front being done and wind very little issue. It's just when we included that adjustment in the rear that it became an issue with the wind. Interesting now like you said last time it. You don't move very far now. It's a very small very small adjustment yet. You you loosen so in the front. It's just one one boat on each side and the rear its two bolts on on each side..

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04:40 min | 2 years ago

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"Outdoor recreation safely after covid nineteen and nine of every ten leisure travelers and ninety five percent of campers which are really high numbers know that it is reasonable to have at least some measures in place to limit contact with others than they asked which measures they felt. are reasonable. Nearly half agree that limiting the number of people on the trail is reasonable and forty eight percent said limiting group sizes and thirty nine percent. Said requiring masks. Yeah i really. I thought all these numbers were great. That ninety five percent of the campus felt that it was very reasonable to have some measure in place to limit contact. I thought that was. I was really happy to see that number. I two on the trails like you said people have been being really good about that. You know there are a few people that that may be just don't realize that they're getting in your space but for the most part everybody gives you plenty of space. I've accidentally got an space. And then afterwards i felt bad about it like at a supermarket when you're going like down the aisles and somebody's down that aisle and i'll be in the island me like oh i forgot. I wanted to grab a pack of coffee or something. And they're close by. I just kinda snatch it from next to them and then later on. I'm like i really shouldn't have. I guess got in that close to them. I should've just waited until they got what they need it and then got it later. I'm guilty of it now. Have you had any people in your rv. Since since cove in now yeah and everybody we've met has been outdoors and at least six. We try to stay even further but yeah at least at least six feet away yeah. We're we're not that brave sean. We should put a link to the camping report in our show notes. And then if you it's worth reading and and going back to their previous reports to see the kind of stuff that they research and publish and they publish it for free on their website. Koa year they wish this report for free. So it's really good to go. Go look at it and just kind of get an idea of what the trends are and things like that. I really liked this report. I've i've been reading it for probably three years now. I was wondering where you got this from. Like as far as i thought it was email to you from somebody. They put it right on their website. Oh that's great. I'll snags zone these charts. And i'll put them in our show notes to you guys can see the charge to If you don't click the link. I agree with sean though. It'd be better just to click lincoln. Then you get all the information right there. It's an easy read..

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03:18 min | 2 years ago

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"Because of covid. More than half of campers say that they are now. I either somewhat or very likely to consider purchasing an rv. And it's very high among gen. xers and millennials. I thought that was a very large number. Fifty two percent campers. So when they're saying campers. I guess it's people who tent camp are now. Fifty two percent of those people are interested in rv ownership. I thought that was a really big number but there are some really good sort of transition our visa. Now like the hike. That's a good. You know up the tax. Yeah i was thinking those taxes. That's that's a really nice bridging point that gives you a camping experience but with a little bit of protection around you too and a little bit of the nicest ease the the kitchen. I'm not surprised by that. I think also because as you get older you appreciate a mattress much more. Yeah yeah and. I wonder too with the aged thing i've often thought about. This probably isn't really on topic too much. But i would think the older you get. Maybe it is on topic the older you get. Maybe you don't want the campaign. Maybe you wanna mattress and then maybe you even get out of something or get our. I should say you get into an rv. That is even more automated. The leveling jacks the automatic slides. Where you're not you know. I see guys out there. Sometimes with a drill impact drill in their light setting up their stabilisers. They're crawl underneath their. Rv disconnecting stuff. Maybe you want to get into a more automated type of system. The older you get just to make it easier on your back. Get some snap pads so you don't even have to go on their input blocks and they're so nice little throw in there you go that one for free and then what. Travelers are looking forward to most and it says among leisure travelers spending time outdoors with family like we said ranks the highest in terms of what they're looking forward to and among campers it increases to thirty seven percent of travelers looking forward to just spending time outdoors with family. A great place to be. Yep i really do enjoy. When when sabrina good weather man we try to take full advantage of it. Yeah i at least go out on a walk every day or hike or just sit outside it outside. Yeah just nice to be out there. Listen to the birds in the area that we're in right. Now has a bunch of hummingbirds they fly. It looked like something. Out of a sci fi movie yours fantasy movie at a hummingbird just like kinda fly up to me the about six feet away and just hovered there and just stared at me for a little while. I thought it was on. Like start at me and peck me or something but it just looked at me for a little bit and bell bark than it flew away ruin everything value ruin everything. It was just curious. I guess being outside you get these real nice experiences. The next thing was navigating.

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03:05 min | 2 years ago

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"Have is gonna say if you want to meet up with kenyans. Sabrina erie pennsylvania where he will be going through their unfortunately typically. That's not the way most people wanna wanna go. Yeah yeah as submarine abor so bringing in. I have definitely had entire campgrounds to ourselves because nobody wants to be a at a at a at a i was gonna say kay away but yeah nobody wants to be there when it's fourteen degrees out. I mean it's just no fun. We're only there for for work but because if it wasn't for that we wouldn't be there either. I remember we were at a state park and in virginia and they were just having a bad week that we were there. It was going down fifteen degrees and there. I've never even seen this before. It happened but there Sewer system there dump station actually froze and the pipe wrote and you couldn't use their dump station usually that holds up to code. And it's usually just your fresh water pipes that break but there sewer pipe broke so it's no fun which leads us to the next thing. The reasons for increased interest in our being in one is because of the concerns over the safety of communal facilities. The importance of having a private bathroom in a cabin or rv is now very important to campers sixty three percent of current campers and forty four percent of prospective campers. Yeah that's always been important us. Always yup that spin you know one of the favorite things about The harvey is having our own. Not just just the bathroom but the shower too and that just the the toilet shower you can. I get cleaned up your sharing the showers. I mean we've done campground showers and they're usually very nice. I couldn't tell you why we were doing that though. I'd probably at an area that we didn't have full hookups and the save water. We were probably showering at the campgrounds. Because i know we've done it before but it's so nice just to be able to have your own our away. We both know people that that never use the bathroom in their. Rv's out to me. It's like maybe not even a luxury. It's just minority. I guess though. I wonder if a lot of people will start using their people that had in the past. I wonder if they'll start using their bathrooms in their rv's because of covid. I would think so. Yeah i know. I know people that their showers for a closet they route and then they just use the campground a rather used a shower as storage and actually as a shower. So yeah everybody's different sean. Which is another great thing about the rv. There is like there are so many different ways. The harvey and there was an interest in increased interest in rv ownership.

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05:09 min | 2 years ago

"koa" Discussed on Beyond the Wheel

"Was tough there but everywhere else. It's seemed pretty good. They've done pretty good job with space in everybody out. I think it depends a lot of times just like location. Usually like san diego tight spots and some of the areas that are just more expensive. Where property is kind of a what is it would be commodity. I don't know it. Just yeah. I think it really depends on location. I also like this other one. Twenty nine percent of the people they surveyed said. They wanna get back to camping so that they can reconnect with friends and family. And i definitely sabrina. Both miss this a lot. We miss hanging out with you guys on a camping trip and being the last time we all did a camping trip at disneyworld and we had a blast. We miss that like crazy being able to hang out with our friends at the camp at the campgrounds. Yeah it's it's pretty important in camping life to meet up with friends every once in a while. Just because you know you're traveling. Yeah we get we get asked before the cove it. We used to get asked a lot if we felt like camping was lonely or are being lonely and i my response has always been absolutely not unless you want it to be but no you will make more friends. You will make more friends than you want. It says the commute the the communities really really good and we keep in touch with people that we've met three four years ago. Even we still get on Like instagram social media and right each other messages or through text message. We still meet up with people when we cam. We haven't been recently of course because cove it but you'd be surprised. How often you run into the same people. Long journey to camp camp in an armenian is not a something where you will feel alone or miss out on having friends. You'll have more friends than you than you could ever imagine while camping and i can see that you know twenty nine percent of the people said you know. They want to reconnect with friends and family. Again it's a strong community. Julian i always tell people that we've made more friends in six years we've been are being than the twenty years..

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05:43 min | 2 years ago

"koa" Discussed on Beyond the Wheel

"I thought this was interesting because well number one. It's i thought the finances would be higher because so many people have been unemployed because of cove but the other thing that i kind of goes along with an article that we talked about the other day was a canadian. Research firm did a estimate and they said that rv trip sorry about forty percent cheaper than if you travelled by plane and got a hotel in a rental car but what they didn't say in. Kenny pointed this out was that didn't include the cost of the rv. So if you buy an inexpensive rv the savings would add a quicker and then also if you rented an rv. It may not be as inexpensive as that forty percent. But that's kind of a step that you have to take to decide which kind of rv that you wanna purchase. Yeah it's definitely can be a cheaper way to travel once you own the rv especially there's a great way to save money in your rv and that's being able to cook all your meals in the rv. So you're getting you're still. You're getting your good home cooked meals but at a fraction of the cost of what it would cost to be all right. I'm going out for breakfast lunch and dinner. Even if you just substitute a two of them you know did a dinner every night out somewhere but you did your to other meals in the rb. You're definitely going to save. I mean just once you go to a restaurant. You're paying big bucks and did a video talking about campgrounds or resorts that are over one hundred dollars a night but then when you think about it the hotels around there around those are usually two hundred night or more soon to go to the place. You're gonna be spending money anyway. And if you could save half off of your accommodations right there again after you own the rv. It is a big savings. You're that's a. That's a point where you said so the campgrounds. That are one hundred dollars. A night are in areas where those hotels are yeah. You're you're in a very desirable location. Where those hotel rooms are going to be over two hundred bucks an easily san diego and and maybe vegas well. Actually vegas is reasonable. I guess but yeah you get the. It orlando orlando is very expensive. All those hotels otherness is expensive but the the park hotels are more than the campground. Yeah i yeah. So i thought these were legitimate. I really expected the finance part to be higher. Twenty six percent seemed low to me. Considering what everybody's been going through this year as far as employment goes yeah yeah i. I was expecting a higher barrier for the finances as well then goes on to say that covid nineteen is driving new interests interested than camping. And i liked this number one reason. And it's because they want to spend time outdoors after staying home for so long was like that really makes sense. I bet you there's a lot of people that are just itching to be out and be free. I know that julian. I tried to get out every day. Julie hikes a lot..

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02:48 min | 2 years ago

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"Don't think that's too safe. Yeah i will stay with you kenny. No sean yeah not not during kobe. Yeah exactly right. Even my parents have been given me a hard time about not seeing them. You know it's wintertime so there it's not like we could stand outside and chitchat. They live in philadelphia. It's it's they're getting snow. It's freezing cold so it's not like we could stand outside so the only thing would that we would be able to do is to hang out endorse with them and they are not about the mask life and i know how how they've been acting during all of this and i'm just now we're not there. They get a little upset with me. That had been visiting them. Like i normally do. Yeah and you see on the news like family events are people spread it there so it's not safe. Yeah yeah so. I i agree with you. And you have a lot of knowledge on this subject to sean. People might not know that you have a phd and you are very much in the know of by like viruses. And i don't even know what you know. But so i trust you and sabrina. I get a lot of my information from the from the two of you because you're not really You know you watch news and they're very biased in both directions depend on what channel. You're on so i. I like getting my information from the two of you guys. I like reading the new covid literature. Papers that come out. Every day they have a special part of this website called pubmed. It's where all the peer reviewed publications go for for medical stuff and they have a special section right now for covid only and it's all free and it's awful tech's literature so it's people say that that sounds that sounds right up your alley before you said it was for nerdy people but it does sound like it's right up your alley but i think a lot of this that this information that. Koa is collecting. His is because for when restrictions are lifted. Which would be you know when cove it is not at all. I mean it's as bad as ever been right now so they are looking towards the future like when things are lifted and camping definitely is got to be one of the safest ways to travel. I i always. I believe it's the best way to travel. Not just the safest. But i enjoy it more than any other type of travel. I know with airfare year. You can get to anywhere you want to be relatively quick. But you're on their schedule. You go through their security You're on their delay system I dunno i like that. I can get up and leave the campground whenever i want. I can plan my days travel anyway..

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04:28 min | 2 years ago

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"But that wasn't too surprising. I for the air traveling. What you're kind of in a small can with a bunch of strangers in sense. But i was surprised to see that camping ranked so high. Yeah and i guess we should say that. This wasn't just our viewers that they interviewed. They the interviewed leisure trap all leisure travelers campers and prospective campers so people that haven't even had experience camping yet so yeah having all three of that those groups by far said that camping was the safest type of travel when the restrictions are lifted. Definitely sent the safer for camping. And i think i would agree with that. I think in. What do they call that. Like in a not in a study or a controlled environment. I completely agree with that because we have our own bathrooms. We have our own sinks. We make all of our own meals. But i've been telling you about. The campers are a little too friendly during these everybody. Sabrina i feel like everybody needs to weaken wave. We can be friendly. But i don't know but people still feel the need to like get right up in front of us to talk or say something to us and we're like and we back up and they stepped forward and we back up and say look you know. Sabrina works. this is our excuse in. It's true. Sabrina works in the hospital. You don't want to be anywhere near us. She is having of cova patients every single day. So and we use that as our excuse but it's it's true to like supreme would feel horrible if she got you know it's bad enough that she's on getting me sick but she would feel horrible. She got somebody else sick. So i do believe that camping vian and all that is the safest because of our self containment make our own meals. The campers are just too friendly schander too friendly for their own good and what's been your experience with like the few times we've been out camping. Nobody's been really wearing their masks in the campground again. What has been your experience with that..

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04:36 min | 2 years ago

"koa" Discussed on Beyond the Wheel

"Is our our podcast episode. Where it's just the two of us tonight. We thought we would talk about the report that koa did every year. They normally do a north american camping report this year. They did a special edition because of covid and what they do normally is. It comes out in january or february. They hire research firm that goes through the us and canada and they will survey people on camping and so this year they did an interim report because of the covid just with questions specifically related to covid nineteen and camping. I think we're going to talk about that tonight. And or whenever you're listening to this and see what they said. Compared to sense they did this back in april may timeframe compared to what. It's actually what it has been. Yeah i liked that. They make it a independent market research. Instead of key minute keeping it all in house they use a company. I think it's a caring consulting group is the ones that actually did the research for them. And i think that's a good move by camping world instead of just having them kind of do their own research and saying. Oh campaigns. great right now i. I liked that. They use independent group to do it. Yeah yeah so. It's kind of accurate. Yeah yeah low more unbiased. They found a lot of interesting things about when they ask people. What are their plans for camping this year. How did cova defect. Their plans did a act as nothing happened and continue to go on and continue to go on their trips. Did cancel them. What do they do and actually found that forty. One percent of the campers did decide to keep their trips. That's less than half which yes surprising to me. If forty forty one percent said they are going to keep their plans but thirty one of them. Thirty one percent should say decided to cancel their plans canceled. Camping trips for year and thirteen percent are going to postpone them. Yeah i thought that was because we kept most of our camping plans. We did cancel a big trip. We had to the upper peninsula though because we thought it would just be too crowded. It wasn't worth the risk to us. But if more than fifty percent or more than fifty percent while now thirty wanted thirteen what is that forty. Four percent ended up. Canceling are postponing. Maybe it wasn't as crowded as we suspected it would be. Yeah sabrina i definitely changed up our travel plans in a normally we bounce around a lot and i remember. We sat for a long period of time because we just had no what was on..

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