18 Burst results for "Lenoir"
"lenoir" Discussed on The CMO Podcast
"They want it to do their best work in that culture. A lot of it goes back to when i was a college student. And you're playing rock band. Also involved in custody started my own little mini band booking agency Where bands from the san francisco area to come down to the campus and play and and it really taught me a lot about artists relations and talent relations. And it's about giving people the the megan's make them feel you trust them enough to have their lane and do the do the creative work they want to do it. And you'll deal this sort of business part of it. But you're not gonna metal and change vision of what they wanna do creatively. Make them feel like the reason why i wanted to i want you here is because i really respect and i'm a fan of what you do you demonstrate that by actually lists having listened to music actually having watched their their tv shows and show you really do respect what they do artists and that you're here just how facilitate in and and help more people connect to their working and if they really if you can build that trust Then you know you'll have great relationship with them in the and that's why i came npr. I immediately said to everybody that you want. you know. i'm a huge fan of what you guys do. I come from a creative background myself. You know musician writer. And so i get why this work is important to you. And i'm not just the guy in a suit year to disorder huckster. What you're doing. And i think what you can build that. Trust it that you really want them. Then that opens up doors. What was your band named was called lenoir of the blacks. The black the black in french. So what campaign or initiative throughout your amazing career. Are you most proud of. I think the way more than cooking campaign that we did it food network because what we were trying to do. And the insight was that That people who loved food didn't necessarily want to learn to cook on television. They liked to look at booth and being a food environment but they wanna television to television. Wanted television to be entertainment funding competition in the -ality drama And they were saying that you know. We want to learn how to cook. We can go to the internet for that so it really helped us understand that we needed to transform numbers more into reality. Tv channel that used food as the backdrop for the reality To but then the challenge is once we did that was to change consumer perceptions of what derek was because they thought it was just the cooking channel and they were rejecting like yeah. I watched a little bit in the afternoon. England kind of getting ideas on what recipes to make dinner by. Turn it off at six o'clock. I know you guys are just doing that cooking style and then to help them understand that no really is something else and so we. We had done a couple of campaigns that were more subtle about this about food networks really entertaining or networks Really fun and it wasn't working wasn't resonating. And so i remember when the focus gives people said you know i think we saw them a collection of the my program. Listen and somebody said wow. It's really way more than cooking and the idea was. Maybe that should be the tagline in the creative well. That's that's that's not creative. Nick if you really want to make a change maybe just need to be direct. And just say. And i think the original tagline with it's damn way gortat cookie and i think the scripts families lumber considering at the ethic took the down off but but but campaign working within two years. I mean we had data showed about seventy percent of the audience stuff through the only cooking Before launched the campaign and after a couple of years in dropped out thirty percents. Wow so that was grotto. Michael who would you like to hear on the cmo podcast. Who would be helpful and interesting for you. it's interesting. I think you know. We hear that traditional traditional but a lot of the you know the people from the brands that even the branch you've all you've heard of or the or the executives that seem to get all the puppet and ad week I think be interesting to hear some of the less traditional voices People maybe come from less traditional paths That's what i tend to. You know to look for just people that want me. See things in a different way and Eat me some insights. That i had that i don't have michael. Thank you for being with us today. It was inspiring joyful for me. You're you're one of my favorite brands in the world. And certainly my favorite media. Brandon was so so great to hear what you're doing with npr. I'm rooting for you. And and i always have ideas for you so reach out anytime. Well thanks for having me yet. I'm a huge fan of your career work in the show and it's just a you know an honor to be part of a pantheon of people who've been on on On the show. I like your suggestion about bringing even more traditional people on. We're going to work harder at that. Great appreciate it. Thank you on how he built with. I'd a comparison thank you. That was my conversation with michael smith three takeaways for your business brand life. I one when you start a new job or a new assignment. Go back to the beginning. Talk to people who were there when the brand started if that's possible if it's not possible read everything you can and talk to as many people as you can. Who were part of that brand history. Mica calls it getting into the anthropology of the brand. He did that beautifully at npr second takeaway. This was a lesson in how to expand your brand into new audiences more diverse audiences without losing your base listeners or customers it's not easy to do to grow a brand and not leave behind the people who have been with you for many years. Npr is doing a great job. That third lesson how to work with top creative talent. We all want creative people. In organizations michael talk about how to create the environment that culture how to build trust and had a let them fulfil their vision. Will you help them achieve that and reach new audiences. That's it for this episode of the cmo podcast. If you found this helpful and entertaining. I would be so grateful. If you could share our show with your friends and i would be super happy if you subscribe. So you can be updated as we published new episodes. And if you really want to help leave us a five star rating and a positive review when apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen. The podcast is a gallery media group original production. 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"lenoir" Discussed on Niners Nation
"Probably expendable. But i do like him at that position as third linebacker on the field he just provides more value closer to the box than the deeper third field. So what do you think of the linebacking group. I think that the speed there is going to be impressive. And i think that the forty niners value flexibility and sort of. I don't wanna say position. Louis football but i think that with marcel harris on the field. It's going to give people pause a little bit because you know. He used to be safety so he has some coverage skills some coverage skills so i feel like they like that to be able to kind of throw that in there and trip people up a little bit some different things. I think it's gonna let D'amico ryan's be a little more aggressive in spots. But i i like the forty niners linebackers and again. I think the speed there. It's what's going to impress people. And i think it's it complements the front very well. The forty niners are cornering the market on undersized linebacker safety converts right fred warner coming out of byu was undersized linebacker who might have been safety like fifteen years ago now. One of the best covers linebackers in the league. dmitri's flanagan. Foles was a former college safety now. He's converted to a linebacker. Marshall harris to the forty niners looking for quicker. Twitchy your linebackers who could cover. Because that's what you have to do in the nfl. These days cover smaller shifty running backs and bigger tight ends but also be able to play against the run so there you know it's just the evolution of the position and it seems like the forty niners have a really solid group And on that note about the linebacking group. Our prayers go out to linebackers coach. Johnny holland before anderson out. Eighteen statement that Coach collins will be stepping away from the team To deal with some personal Medical issues so our prayers go out to him and his family Moving onto the next position The defensive backfield with the corners of the forty niners have six of them on the active roster. Jason manual moseley the baddest looking cornerback duo with two and four I think when they step on the gonna look pretty freaking awesome an amri thomasson and damodar lenoir and then devante harris and k. williams rounds out the group. I do think they're pretty thin at this position. It's been a position of concern from day one but the boss to build a perfect roster. And you know there's holes at different spots and this was where i think there's a pretty significant in-depth if something was to happen to jason gret or amend moseley. We've seen that with mostly. He's been he's mistime already this off season with various things and obviously the third round pick ameri. Thomas has not look good at all so the forty niners second round. Pick aaron banks and third on pick angry. Thomas from this past season just have not shown much during preseason which should be concerning because they were both drafted in hopes that they could be depth positions this year. Hopefully you know take over a starters but they have not shown that yet. Damadola lenoir the or lenore. I guess the day three pick. He's looked really good at outside corner. They tried him at nickel corner against the raiders. Didn't look as good or didn't look as comfortable. I should say so. You know he would be the backup outside corner. If either ver at or mostly were to go down. And i would trust him in those spots. He's he's looked really really good at outside corner. Devante hairs was a surprise but the forty niners wanted some veteran depths as insulation and they went ahead and chose demonte harris over dante johnson. A lot of jokes on forty niners twitter about that that there was some miscommunication about which dante keep Between caution hannah. John lynch but harris does have experienced the nfl on. I think he's he did particularly to play well in those joint practices against the chargers what i had heard. So that probably solidified his roster spot quarterbacks. You were concerned as i was going through that. What is your concern. Well like you said number. One i think just the overall skill level is not where it is at some of the other positions like. Yeah jason brett could be really good but his injury. History is really really scary and manual. Moseley is not bad by any stretch. But he's also not great and when my number two corner is just okay like an average guy that means the overall talent level at my at that particular unit is not that great kayla williams is a is a good slot corner. I want to give him his due. But i just think that like you said it perfectly. You can't build the perfect roster here. And i think the forty niners are counting on the other strengths of their defense to make up for that like they you have to compensate in some way right so that's like all right. Our corners are not that great. Well we're gonna have safeties that. Don't you know that can help pick up the slack essentially and we're going to have a front seven that are just absolute monster so hopefully the stress on those guys is going to be lower than it will be on any other part of the defense hundred percent and it was kind of the two thousand nineteen formula right obviously had sherman at that time but the position opposite. Richard sherman was always shaky between amanda moseley. Callo witherspoon was always flopping. But it didn't matter. Because nick bosa de ford and eric armstead and forced buckner rushing the passer. So you're corners really didn't have to cover for very long because those guys generated a ton of pressure and i do think d'amico ryan's in that sense will be more versatile this season in generating pressure. There were a lot of different looks. He showed it against the raiders. There's one specific guy remember where they had seven up. Against the line of scrimmage and very rarely see robert solid bring that much that many guys in pressure even last season when their pass. Rushes wasn't very good but me go rhino seven and played you know I think the raiders had three receivers when they played man with. I think fonda was kind playing centerfield safety so a lot of different. Looks from dominica ryan's this season which will be fun to watch. But i do think you're right that the pass rush safeties linebacking group will have to account for the deficit a little bit in this area and is rounding out the fifty three man roster at safety quasi tar jimmy ward talanoa vonda the fifth..
"lenoir" Discussed on Gangland Wire
"I mean there were times all of us might grow you off every day. You don't all get arrested. Even come home that night life man would be tough five to it. You get used. Yeah all right. Well bobby coming up here. 'bout forty four minutes. I think we probably have got a forty good show going here. Honestly appreciate you coming on. I wish you luck in the world. Let's go back over one last time. What you got out there. You've got a book. You got your youtube channel. I guess if you would go to youtube. Search for bobby louis c. l. u. isi. And you'd find it and you've got a bunch of good interviews on our. Oh are we will show up ride and then your book is available on amazon. What was in the god's plan revealed. The book itself is a summary of the class. That i use that each okay and it breaks down the bible from genesis all the way to revelations so it's a good read bobby that's really wanted to become a maybe at the illusion are right to me. It's interesting from a historical standpoint. That this whole philosophy stems from these events that happened that has basically taken over the world. I find it interesting even from an intellectual standpoint. Now you've got another book coming out. Are you working on another book on working on a book right now. Emily sweeny and i'm only was an investigative reporter for the boss. Yeah i've done a couple of shows. I really like emily. She knows her stuff. Nice gal yeah. She's already done book. Yeah i know she's going to do a great job with the spokane. I like the respective of because is going to be my story and the end up information on y'all wise up saw does yeah walks on excited about that. I think is going to be good sala. So we're working on that project. Right actually talked with her last night. So i'm hoping by the end of the summer. I don't want to russia okay. Read this book right next time. You talked taylor. I said hi. I'll get her back on when she gets that book out. We'll help promote that book or get both of your your come up. Talent will do both. Ibm in help. Get some people learn about that book. So great bobby. I really appreciate you being on here and good luck with your future endeavors. Thank you so much for having. Okay bye why. God was folks that ends another gangland wire episode does wanna thank you all for listening in. Roll your nice apple podcasts. In other podcast app review using the nice comments. You make my youtube page on my facebook and question. You ask on my facebook pages as most. Y'all know i upload my zoom interviews on youtube so he can see what my guest lack in real life and also what most those on my gang lenoir. Podcast facebook group and in regards those facebook groups. I've got to one. Is facebook page. Gangland wire facebook page de was my podcast group and the group of smaller and our monitor that pretty closely. So get on that. I want to thank kim couture and several others for keeping fresh content on my facebook page. If you want more mob information you can shake a stick at to the gangland wire podcasts facebook group and remember if you support the podcast with donations you'll get an invite to my monthly live..
"lenoir" Discussed on MIP Make It Plain with Mark Thompson
"About that? And what do you have to say about that? Well, do have reactions to components that the shot is given in a lot of those dead. Exaggerated by the anti fluid people, but I think that and the other part of that problem is that flu vaccine. Unlike coronavirus a hit song is a lot of groups. I mean you lose come in the alphabetical order using your bean and we have mixes of those based upon what happens in other climates with the flu home is in South America. I think they get Summer before we get they get one before we get it. So they get a flu season and so they make up the flu vaccine based on walk-in postulate sometimes it will miss the the majority of people because it doesn't have enough in a certain type of flu in and but very few people have made real life itself. Yes. Yes. All right, folks, and you can of course, find out even more information if you have to wait to hear that. Say go to Wellness, project.org and took some of what they have doctor know. We appreciate working your your dedication to our people and trying to keep us informed and healthy or you're right? There's not enough information, not enough information available for a millionaire so we appreciate your doctor. Thank you and your wife continue to be healthy and safe especially in his mouth. A season-long. All right. Thank you, baby. All right. Thanks for getting woken listening to make it plain. Please remember to listen like subscribe and wherever you get your podcast. Podbay give the show a five-star rating and please do spread the word. Let's all continue to pray for each other during this pandemic in this police, demek if all hearts.
"lenoir" Discussed on MIP Make It Plain with Mark Thompson
"Make meaningful decisions about your health and the health of your family. Yeah, no I agree. And and the PSA is on point and and we need one cannot be hampered by having more information, dr. Miller said earlier people you have a right to make your decision but you also to make the most informed decision that you can, that's the point home. You mentioned, the derf, the lack of African Americans in some of these clinical trials. Now, when there was the first conversation about the covid-19 scenes, there was a lot of debate about whether Americans should even participate in those types of things. For a lot of the reasons, we discuss the, you know, the, the fear the paranoia, which is not unfounded at all. But when it comes out, To these types of Trials. I guess you would say to we should make in informed decisions. Correct. Absolutely. Getting a trial with it often don't understand is a most of the Strauss, especially those, where you have life-threatening situations. It's not that you don't get any drug. Use has that the judging, or the new medications, but I think that most of these trials have to have what you've got an IRB. That means, they have to have a group of people who looked at the Quality and ethics officer and have been through three or four states. Miss developments, tried animals and, you know, tried and they're sick people, then trial starts. So it's not that you get a drug and you can walk by the time it's tried on people, you know, three or four different steps to get to the point where you think it's acceptable wage. Which I think I think the other piece you have to remember that there are still drugs to get out there and all of a sudden you look up and find that a lot of people having problems with them or not anticipated by the stud. So I'm not saying that this is the street. I'm simply saying that the several levels before they invite you into a front of a truck. The thing that I have objections to the many instances is so often that we studied more than we're treated. I mean, in some communities, we get all these drugs and we get all of the few people, measure, the blood pressure and pick you up and take, you think you call wrong when you try again? And then, when the study is over, they leave the community and they leave no resources and sources and they changed. And they do you explain the results month. But I do think that this type of jobs are much better control. Now I had I haven't done studies and I'm here at home mom on this answer, but haven't been studies on race race based off. On drugs for asthma, which is my specialty of Americans, do respond to certain drugs, and African Americans have different malfunctions in this whole lot of difference. Just that need to be taken into consideration before releasing Israel. More MIP after this message. Folks me invite you to go to a wellness project. O r g and that's this project. O r g to find out more. Now listen am now on your your favorite radio stations as you heard it here for some of these psa's you're going to be putting this on on black radio stations around. Take it off, really focusing. It's going to 2200 TV stations or ten thousand radio stations and came on relationship that I had one. I had a syndication how many years ago and I'm happy with the population. They're giving us about fifty to seventy-five thousand dollars worth of distribution resources and so consequently, we're not going to stop with these four and we hope to develop enough relationships with the black community and radio stations that they will pick up the things that we do. We do health care of the day off. The news, you know, and generally, those listed on our website, but we're going to continue this campaign because you as an experience Communicator number, can, you can sit there and talk to him fifty thousand million thousand African Americans? And you can sit there all day long and I like music, I like, I just saw, this is a hotel. Last eight months so trained as the, I mean, I like music. But if you look around in the, after the, after market, there are almost no information about any aspect of our communities. And if, if people are listening to the same stations, generally every day, there's no Health going out there. A messages is no, nobody telling you what's out of the latest information in your and you wake up online and find out you were at risk with this at all. We always try to change the universe facts. A very small window and very small sphere of influence, but we hope other people will appreciate the need to integrate. Health is all information sources going out to the blacklivesmatter, black Health matters. Dr. Michael Lenoir. Again folks a, a a wellness project.org. You gotta take better care of our health. I mean, one of the things about that would be remiss if you didn't acknowledge. So that even in all of this month about people who have access to health health care, there's still a lot of our people don't have access and we're still fighting a political party. One at least one political party but that is still trying to prevent access to healthcare. So that's so it. That's the challenge on the one hand, it's bad enough that people procrastinate and afraid to go and a lot of us off Especially you don't want to get into if you don't want to deal with find out the truth and compound that with the fact that there's no access or no health care. So you got that double excuse me, boss is no good either, take some responsibility for our own actions. That's one thing I think too. Often people are afraid. They don't know. They don't, they don't have that and they don't, they don't insist that. We use our own resources and take charge of our own health. And so that's one of the messages that we give to all people and send you, the black people, they charged, charged a charge off. Dr. Michael Lenoir. Pleasure to meet your brother. Thank you for this work. You're doing folks a a wellness project.org. This will not be the last one here in dr. And we're going to keep them around as well by expert guests when it comes to these matters. And of course there's a lot more to discuss is these days and weeks will go by when it comes to its covid-19 the flu vaccine. But I want to, I took my flu shot, I don't do it every single. You haven't do a little bit better, but I took it without even considering the doctor lawyer said. So I'm glad I took it now so that there'll be no confusion about wage or not. And I keep saying, we gotta go to one of the thing. There are some people who take the flu shot, doctor more and get sick. Anyway, like, right after they get shot. What do you what do you think.
"lenoir" Discussed on MIP Make It Plain with Mark Thompson
"And there's no mystery about what you have, the flu with color. And and it sounds like dead. You're making the case, which is courageous cuz a lot of folk implosion that. I mean, to be honest, I mean they even some white folks who are worried cuz they feel like it's vaccine created real quick. We don't know there's some doctors the doctor on television the other day. He was saying the patience and anyone who would listen take the vaccine but wait a few months off to make sure that others don't have side effects. I don't know, but it sounds like you're saying African-Americans a particular should go ahead and take the code of accent off a little bit differently. I'm saying that. You, I'm just trying to, I don't know what I'm trying to do is to add your Collective knowledge that you use in your decision. Making my feeling is that I know these scientists have several different credible. African-American organizations, Morehouse School of Medicine, National medical social, who are looking at the same research data and will make their recommendations based on that to the African-American community. And so, consequently, it's almost like a reverse of testing in many ways and let's, let's separate out the code. That silver with black seeds, you got people around the country giving us to give me information, which is fundamentally fall, sex seems to be kind of ruled as these these days, rather than the exception perhaps. So, what ends up happening, is they go to our communities and you talk about that, saves me and terrible. And so we don't get vaccinated. And then when you spend minutes, I mean, dead. Dealing with the usual basis, like, measles and mumps, probably on the light Willis vaccinate, I'm saying that the best one. I don't think that that's a bad position to take off the first one. I don't get me. Some drives me write down that the airport comes in because I recognize that good scientists are put this together and besides I look at the data, you will hear some things coming out from the silver Vargas. Seen this issue about allergy in a couple of patients in England, where they started with the name is that an allergist I can tell you how much is a very specific problem. If you have anaphylaxis to a drug or a peanut, you may not have anything else but I think it's worth noting that the study eliminated those people who highly allergic. So the recommendation would be if you're highly allergic with you. I don't see any reason not to be the first person there. I'm just saying that dead. Usually you going to have to make meaningful decision about the vaccine, get as much information as you can get as much experience as you can talk, and listen to vetted people and then home Community less. And that's what we're trying to be my approach to these three essays is a little bit Southern, I have to try to slip something in often between Drake and Future and people who listen to them. After installation. So that my team is, after what I'm doing has to be the decadence in the Piedmont trying to communicate with the vehicle. I'm trying to use an emotional additional radio off right now so that we pick the topics that I think in fact African-Americans the most certainly the issue of vaccines but we think the asthma and we think prostate cancer wage Against the Machine before device starts on the Costco. Getting me a gasket, I had a small lesion. It was diagnosed early with treated effectively dead. And I'm in that process of doing it. I braided, I could, I waited a long time fortunately it didn't cost him, but I want African American men. I understand prostate cancer. And once you understand it, you also have a podcast of laptop prevent sleep, and I share my own experience of going to the doctor, get the diagnosis represent, what? I was confusing information. And so, I got prostate cancer would be good to point out and also asthma and you don't intend to educate, you just real quick to see it may be something you can do differently if you're sitting around with a particular problem or if you're sitting there trying to make some sense out of it. So vaccine thing maybe what we do with those nine seconds is to get you to think of a little problem and and makes them more informed decisions. I want to try to just to give the audience a bit of a tease dead. Folks, I want to play one of these PSAs. Let me see if I did one of these to play. Let's just try this one of the day from the African-American were on. This project is just like a small pox and measles is, stroller. Versus today, we never move my children, vaccines for those and other diseases. So little children still vaccinated off or refuse to actually put your channel and other children. A serious risk, talking child's. Doctor told me about vaccines. For more information, visit All right. So it's giving you something to think about books, but on that score as an African American physician former prison in and they found an American Wilderness project do do you. Cuz I know you're looking at it, in terms of this new covid-19, and doctor fauci is now saying CNN has a page story. He's marketing directly to African-Americans doctor fauci by pointing out that one of the developers of the vaccine was dr. Kizza Corbin after marriage, some people have seen her in photographs, a new okay. As you've looked at it as much as you've been able to glean from the process. Are you comfortable with the way this has unfolded? And the way the vaccine has been developed Uncomfortable because you have to measure risk versus benefit and I think that the same parameters that were used to 2 a.m. measure other medications and other drugs and other vaccines Williams. Here here's here's been the problem. Usually this process takes longer because it's a lot of bureaucratic process not be on the research projects or process of developing vaccines. It usually the FDA takes months to get back to you about the single day, do they can ask questions. The average wage takes maybe two, three years to come to fruition because of the administrative piece has not because of the fact that they would develop in a hasty fashion, the studies that many many purposes that's a well-designed. It's all that paperwork to go between just discovering them, a drug, or vaccine testing, and getting it through the process. So you suck. About a third of that time. I've been eliminated because of the urgency of the situation. I don't believe that the people that I trust you, looking at this vaccine would allow a vaccine ought to get out in the general public or the data suggests that it would be a major threat. However, there is always a risk of anything but I can certainly tell you what the issue is, native three thousand people dead, a hundred thousand people in the ICU a virus. That's not being waiting for you outside every day for the next thirty five years. I mean, if you go to make a decision. This is the benefit now. Maybe the maybe the mid position is for a few months and make sure that the first wave of people who get this vaccination, you know, gets those of us who trust, the system will begin e pigs and will be messages to you in your communities because I'm going to probably be an early person wage But to go back and listen to the essays, they are not judgemental by demanding, they are just giving you some information. You put it in the catalog page that you used to.
"lenoir" Discussed on MIP Make It Plain with Mark Thompson
"For the kind of care. You need even speak up. Yeah, yeah. Now that's very important. So the PSAs now. These are tomatillos going to be running on radio stations, will have some here having here for you all to hear as well. A couple of deal with flew a couple of deal with vaccination. So, you know, the Hot Topic now. It should black people. Take this. Let's start with a phone. Right now, obviously your doctor you're not an anti vaxxer but but talk to people a lot of our people, man. I was just talking to somebody today on nervous about these vaccines, right? I think that they black black people have a justifiable, paranoia about black sayings. I think most of what we've seen wage is always a cultural lag. Twenty years later you start to some stuff about the ski and we don't see any other options. And there's no question about the reality of the that we've been used as guinea pigs. I think, right now, though, the vaccine system, someone bigger different in the sense that research has to be calibrated the number of different parameters before any drug is released to the public. So there's a much better system of giving people, vaccines and say it affected however, long We have done a number of projects. I was chair of the national medical social project impact. You don't have enough African-Americans a wonderful child say, clearly that these these vaccines are these drugs are safe and effective for black people. But we do know that the British is a very, very generous of figure before you bought a program. Now let's talk about regular vaccines and why we chose the type of thing. We did choose Lena vaccines have been around for fifty years smallpox, or say you put two years off. Last is a small part was diagnosed in Africa, Bishop. So even though it had affected vaccine against smallpox, it's still existed as a disease across the world until this year. If we look at the race organization in this country, amazes and love for Bella and the like fourteen different in the Central African Americans United's pilots. And when we have a break As we often do you get measles in Mom's B classes in the, like, we're usually right in the middle of those breakouts because we, we have such lower rates of vaccination. Now, I'm going to get away with that is because everybody else around us is vaccinated. And so, if everybody else is around us is vaccinated, then we have a very much better shape if we don't get vaccinated, we're not likely to encounter the music. And so that's what they call her immunity. But you almost have to have 80% vaccinations to get hurt immunity. So let's look at where we are now going to buy something. It's always been important to get the flu shot. If you look at the number of people died from the flu certainly it's it's it's well as the 56th and it's disproportionate because we're less likely to get the flu shot. And so those for me that's always going to struggle for us and for me, as a pediatrician is analogous, it really been dead. Use a communicator. I have been really working with the community to get the trust to be better. So that when I say something about it, they just people just think about it. And but I am, I reverse mortgage a lot of lot of Health Resources talking about that across the country. All right, so let's just talk about the group. All right. So clearly we're dying those that do that before this person's life right now. We have the coronavirus, the symptoms as they presented a very similar to the blue. So if you come to me. I got this done, the other, I don't know what he best food or what he's got going about this and and being able to make that distinction is critical for your morbidity and you know sit through our home and you're getting a flu shot, at least eliminates from the mix the possibility that this is flu. And these symptoms are dead. So, let's talk about the coronavirus and why we're doing this. I believe that that African Americans have the right to make a decision about a vaccine any way they want em. I just hope that they have the most immediate relations, the difference between this particular pandemic, is that, if you do not get a vaccine protocol of ours, I'm not likely to encounter it as much as other people will be vaccinated, but you're just a tryst same list for morbidity and mortality. As you would be if you did, if you if you get if you didn't get the boxes as you are right now, I mean so you can't go to the desk concert Stone Soul picnic basket. Ball game any place where people gather cuz they're going to be some people, they're just like you who are not vaccinated who been have promoted bars and you just and your name. Going to get it in one of those venues. And the only thing that's changed is that you got to take me longer to get it. Once you get it, you're dead. People have a big problem but maybe it was later found and many people three thousand a now dying over 100,000 intensive care units, over fourteen million. And so for this for this is different, this is just different. Even able to program in any kind of theory you want and you're describing better. I'm a person who believes that you should make your own decisions about hypocritical here, but you've gotten away with not getting measles mumps, rubella and the traditional vaccine because everybody else is fast food. But that's not true, North Moore m, i p after this message. Remy Martin joins with International music, star usher in Team Up For Excellence. The film exploring, the history of music culture, and cognac from blue jersey. Hip-hop swing dancing to break dancing Usher and Remy Martin traveled through the decades and France in the u.s. honoring cultural figures. Both rooted in a shared philosophy of aiming for the Stars, see the song A Team Up For Excellence., Remy Martin Cognac. 40% alcohol by volume imported by Remy, Cointreau USA. New York, New York, please drink responsibly The Beatles caused begins to enter into manic States, literally, they took acid by accident and changed the course of popular music forever as a result from Amazon music season. 8 of disgraceland is here. So is the conclusion of the insane stories about John Paul. George and Ringo disgraceland, is an award-winning music and True Crime podcast about musicians, getting away with murder and behaving very badly. Follow disgraced land on Amazon, so you don't miss any True Crime. Antics. Now, only on Amazon music, Doctor the north. That's interesting. So you it folks, we just heard the definition. I've heard of Munich, the real definition, from a clinician, not the definition, the Donald Trump uses, which is not, he where he says, is not clinical, you know, he is clinical definition, he's not clinical at all. He wants to kill all three. Yeah. Right. That's really not wage, right? So that's interesting. So when when, when the others have you met some good points? I just want to make that, when when others have vaccination off, then some in some ways, those of us who don't have those vaccinations are protected. But when it comes to the flute because of the similarities between the flu and cold it off, you're recommending that people get the flu shot so that at least you can rule out.
"lenoir" Discussed on MIP Make It Plain with Mark Thompson
"And gentlemen, I guess they is for president of the national Medical Association and he is the founder of the African American Dead. Wellness project. And he is announcing a nationally syndicated Public Service, Announcement campaign. He's going to tell us all about it dr. Michael Lenoir. Joins us from Oakland y'all. Hey brother, how you doing? I'm good, I'm good. How's the family? How's everybody in, Poland, everything, everybody healthy and place. You know, it's just a wife and I now so I've learned a lot about her. I didn't know I'm thirty-four years but View data me place. You have four or five months. So good.
"lenoir" Discussed on Italian Wine Podcast
"Was like really fetzer did that. That's like that's. I had this idea of what i thought who who i thought would be early but you have i think either. So lenoir's may be socal blosser somebody in a couple of those oregon oregon's got quite a few smaller producers that are that are certified as well but all it takes is one big adopt sort of come in and start making that shift internally because as soon as i mean if you think about it. If you're working from a holistic viewpoint you your supply chain. You'll have to change his well so if you're looking internally about like we need great resources let's just go do buy a whole bunch from xyz in spain right and their southern spain. There's plenty of resources right. Let's not we don't have to worry about depletion of resources here in the us. I mean if you start looking at them and saying hey i need you to tweak a few things maybe start can can you look a little bit of a regenerative agriculture. Can you start taking a look at a couple of different things that would better sustain our relationship and our business. It's not just about quick profit but it's about long-term once you start having those conversations then it's part of who you are investors coming to you that are putting money in are also in that same mindset right so it's just it's just it brings at all the way back and sorry. Sometimes i talk. It's great it's great. One of the things i was gonna say. Bring up his. I think this historically been this idea that working in sustainable ways mutually exclusive to in a way that might be profitable on what i wanted things. I think that. I'm hoping we're going to see is that doesn't necessarily have to be the case. You know that you do need to make a profit as a company you do need to be accompanied that can sustain itself because not least you need to be able to pay the people who actually but this doesn't have to mean that you can't put these things into practice. You can't stop looking at more sustainable holistic ways of working within your your company your cooperation and that by bringing those in incrementally gradually you can still make potentially big changes like you said. It just takes one large company to say okay. We're gonna change this small part of what we're doing and see what impact that has and then suddenly Lovely regular fact where that works so it just broadens out and i think this is something that companies really do need to be considering as a sustainable business model I believe that we're on the precipice of that right now so i believe that there are a lot of people that they're just trying to figure out how to roll it out. That's what i think is happening. And so. I think that you are going to see a couple of big business companies in the next one to two years. That are gonna roll out. Some pretty hefty plans on how they plan on combating climate change internally but like also like making sure that that they are looking at their employees their stakeholders of of their business. And how they can better impact and help those stakeholders. It's not just about shareholders right. So it's about really believing in their team and Letting their team sort of help drive.
"lenoir" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"This is extra sports 1300 Solomon Kinley, putting no weight on his injured leg, the rookie out of George's and a strong season dolphins excited about his future. Is hobbling off the field. The Dolphins lead night around the trail, 97 and Michael dear. The second year Lymon out of Wisconsin replaces Kimberly on the offensive line. Yeah, it's too bad they've been doing an excellent job, especially in the second half, is controlling the line of scrimmage, giving their quarterback and running backs opportunities. So Jessie Davis moves from left guard to right guard. See how this affects the Dolphins run game. They run the ball well today, most rushing out to the season for Miami today. First in 10 of the Patriots 36 after the injury time out some of my low in the pistol since Ford in motion and off right side. Not much doing there for Achmed. Brought down by Lawrence Guy after a gain of two of the 34. Hatreds do a really, really good job on the short side of the field. And you know as far as especially Unable to go to the ball and really funnel the running back into defenders. Second and eight from the 34 a half to play in the third. Milo in the pistol. And off again, awkward trying to get to the corner and he can't great place shooting up by Kyle Duggar Rookie out of Lenoir Rhine. That is a loss of one back to the 35 so third down and nine for the Dolphins. Yeah, it makes it very difficulty. Once again. You just run out of room. You don't have the ability to try to spread the defense out. It's very compact area, and it's very difficulty hit either a receiver or run. Run a running play running back and have him pick up positive yards. Actually gave up with the line of scrimmage. So it's third and eight from the 34 of New England. Patriots leaving the Dolphins 97. So it takes the shotgun snap. Hands it off to learn that the middle makes a move first down and more inside the 25 Patrick layered picks up the first down to the 23 Adrian Phillips made the stop, but not before a gain of 11 on third Down by Patrick Layer. Doug. I think the Dolphins caught the Patriots defense off guard running it on third world they really did. You know, he started towards the short side of the field, and then he made a cut. Rate up field, You know to the open side and just found a crease in the in the defense and did a fantastic job Getting the first down. Dolphins don't have to snap it before the third quarter ends its first in 10 of the Patriots, 22. Milo. It takes the snap and hands off Achmed, who makes a move in the backfield to make one man miss powers his way to the 19 yard line, and that takes us to the end of the third quarter. Second and seven of the Patriots. 19 says the end of the third quarter for the Dolphins the start of the fourth quarter, trailing the Patriots, 9 to 7. You're listening to the National Football League on Sports. Yusa..
"lenoir" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Nobody knew where there was a man or a woman. And it wasn't some kind of LGBT Bs. A hay was mistaken on the radio all the time for a girl. They were called to this jockeys and say, What's that girl's name and just checking? See that's a man and said No, so he actually recorded a song. Called. I'm a natural man. Really Cool stuff. That's JB Lenoir, one of the coolest cats ever out of Chicago Blues scene. Ah! Monster band to about John Mail was obsessed with this guy that's called 55 years by JB Lenoir. Some say Lenoir some saline or take your pick, either one, he said. He's the one but anyway, John Mail Ah did one of those things a lot of those English cats would do? They made he made a pilgrimage. The Rolling Stones made a pilgrimage to see muddy waters. Fleetwood Mac made a pilgrimage to see chess studios. I mean, loving them to do that, too. But we didn't record any music. Uh, John Little John Mail came over here and just hey, spent a lot of time with Jamie Lynn or his wife and recorded that album to uh uh, his tribute. Do this cat's too cool. You want yourself to get over to? Well, all the people we play on the show. Joy to yourself to get over to YouTube. Not now. You should be hanging on my every word, but just get over there and the type and J B Lenoir. Elian Oi, R and a bunch of other cool cats to love the stuff. People go work. How do you know about this stuff? I don't know. I don't know. I know, but it's just people are saying, how do you know what to play? It's not that I know what to play. It said I know what not to play. Yeah, that's the magic. The peasantry, the splendor of all of my music endeavors. It Z alternative but music fighter. You're on the edge. Uh, This is coming into what we're coming up on the 14th with today. Today is for 10 more days, two more days, and they have to do that thing I think called Send the electoral College votes in and I are about you, But is there anything else to be concerned with these days? I'm don't know. I mean, right now, it's like everything else pales in comparison because there's that pointed out in less break. Last segment. Rather, we are being stolen from there's no way. Look at it. You may support it. You may be some psychotic God, socialist, uh, Karl Marx Kool Aid drinker, but The rest of us aren't this is horrific. You know the Joe Biden right now. I'm not gonna get into a lot of this today. But the fact we're I printed it out. Biden is bread, and I guess I didn't. But Biden is bragging about. He's going to get rid of the protection for churches. Churches have that Sexy status where If they don't preach from the pulpit. If they stay with the politics, they get a tax break. But by the ones get ridiculous. He said that churches on the religious exemption is AH shelter. Ah Harbor Safe Harbor for hate. You hear that? Biden is making the case that pastors from the pulpit, priests, whatever rabbis, anybody doing what they do in church, they get safe haven because if they for hate, because It's all around the gay thing. This is the homosexual mafia that's pushing bite and say, Hey, we work for you. Now you work for us, and so he's gonna do it coming up if he gets through if he makes it down through Hasn't made it yet. Hey, President yet, baby on But I got to tell you unless Donald Trump really doubles down. Biden will prevail. Trump's got to double down It can't be that they go to the state legislators and State legislator. Sit there. Not off While they're looking at yourself. Phones can't happen. I mean, think about it. They're pretty much worthless to begin with. Now Trump's got to do some serious ass stuff here. You're on the edge. So alternative, but music. Friday.
"lenoir" Discussed on Gangland Wire
"Welcome wire-tappers out there here in this video of gang. Lenoir beautiful fall afternoon not on the golf courses afternoon folks in here getting ready to record a podcast for y'all i have the grandson of james diamond. Jim brough cada. His grandson's name is bobby. Bre qatar now bobby. Did i pronounce that close enough. Yes sir okay good. I like to say my northwest missouri nasal hillbilly kind of trying funny. What about that. I just had a comment. Somebody said always seems weird to have a guy with a southern voice. Say the word capco. Now i don't really consider southern voice to you have got northern voice to people up this guy resume shah firm chicago to him. I have a southern boy. So a hewlett you guys. Listen to bobby talk a little bit and you'll hear that salt sweet syrupy south louisiana voice. Our true southern boys right. Yeah it's a little different than new. All has its own unique accent. I've been confused being from boston. New york no. Yeah you know. I hear that now. Wow i do hear that many dollars around the city you know. Talk to different people. You can tell what part of the city from interested in so now. Let's get to the meat of this. You've written a book here recently. Called food for kings. And it's part to crime as part history in his part a recipe book cookbook. If you will food for king diamond jim. A new orleans legend now diamond. Jim mocatta was your grandfather. And there's a really interesting book folks especially if you like to cook. It's got those really great new orleans recipes in it and this guy your grandfather. Your grandpa was one of the most colorful characters in new orleans from what i've read about him. It was unbelievable. Tell us a little bit about yourself and how you got interested in doing this particular book. Okay very first of all. Thank you for having me on your show. appreciate it. earth off a married with two children in military. Over twenty years i retired in two thousand and eight and i've been aircraft mechanic for american airlines and now delta. I picked up this project after my father died and wait basically he motivated me to kind of pick up the torch and carry it. My dad was a dentist for forty years and he always wanted to do a screen. Play or movie per se. He's never do it. I have i did a screenplay originally. But i didn't go anywhere with it so i decided a couple years ago. Put a book together and kind of tell a story about my grandfather while i'm telling. The story basically blended in combination photos and recipes as i journey through his whole life. I start off when he's a childhood and carried on throughout his life until the success of his life until he died. It's a good read. It took me about eight years to go through it and do the research are did get a lot of information from father. My father ahead a manuscript he has deposition that he had put together with a attorney. Back in nineteen seventy seven. So i use all that information and took my tom everything in the book that i've talked about a kind of support it with a document and the article. Either that was given to me handed down to me or maybe that of actually found in the library found a lot of information doing the research about my grandfather in the library his life. It was pretty easy because his life was documented since he was a teenager so every time i tried to fill in the blank. Something in my father didn't pass down to me. I was able to answer all the questions that i wanted to answer about his life. You know interesting. That stuck a little bit about his early life. He fought under the name of jimmy moran which is kind of like no joy hupa in chicago took on an irish name in order to fight. I think more likely it was a lot of prejudice against italians in those days. Especially in new orleans. If you remember we go all the way back to the black hand days and they they killed the chief of police some <hes>. Supposedly some black hander. Kill the chief of police in of new orleans storm to jail and hung. I dunno must have been six or eight say ends i. I can't remember exactly for sure. How many so. It would have been wise for him to fight on her an irish name. I would imagine tell me about his fight career. Let's get started. Well that was one thing. They kind of treat. My curiosity was widely. Any changes his name in the book. I did find a quote where someone asks them. Same questioned do an interview. He said he did for business reasons. But that was part of it because you gotta realize he didn't get into business opened up first restaurants on nineteen forty nine. He changed his name. I found articles where he had his name change in teens early. Nineteen hundreds. He hung around a couple of friends of his feet. Herman who's an italian pita. Golota was his last name. And the other guy. By the name of powell moran. His name was francis. Paul miranda and all of them were full blooded italian as you know and you listeners. Know that back. Then the titans will kinda frown upon. They weren't considered equal. Maybe to a lot of different even the irish whatever. So i've found out. He had changed his name one. He didn't want his mother was fighting when he was on the fighting card. You know and during the preliminaries in hours fighter. Irish name would draw big crowds for fight. A lot of people don't know new orleans was actually a big boxing city equivalent to chicago and new york but on a smaller scale of course but it was a big boxing town in a drool audit. And that's how he got to meet jack dempsey marciano. You know all those big fights back then because they came to new orleans and then he connected so his first circle of friends will all italians. pete. Herman was abandoned. Champion thinking sixty nine fights from nineteen twelve to nineteen twenty two now as far as my grandfather. He wasn't as big of a boxer as those guys. He did it for my research. Maybe about six years and then he got a little older. He got into referee in and he started refereeing. He did that until about twenty seven years old. Then that's when you up his barber shop in the open up a barber shop with a boxer front of his last name was burke in as when he got an barring after referee
Diamond Jim Moran
"Welcome wire-tappers out there here in this video of gang. Lenoir beautiful fall afternoon not on the golf courses afternoon folks in here getting ready to record a podcast for y'all i have the grandson of james diamond. Jim brough cada. His grandson's name is bobby. Bre qatar now bobby. Did i pronounce that close enough. Yes sir okay good. I like to say my northwest missouri nasal hillbilly kind of trying funny. What about that. I just had a comment. Somebody said always seems weird to have a guy with a southern voice. Say the word capco. Now i don't really consider southern voice to you have got northern voice to people up this guy resume shah firm chicago to him. I have a southern boy. So a hewlett you guys. Listen to bobby talk a little bit and you'll hear that salt sweet syrupy south louisiana voice. Our true southern boys right. Yeah it's a little different than new. All has its own unique accent. I've been confused being from boston. New york no. Yeah you know. I hear that now. Wow i do hear that many dollars around the city you know. Talk to different people. You can tell what part of the city from interested in so now. Let's get to the meat of this. You've written a book here recently. Called food for kings. And it's part to crime as part history in his part a recipe book cookbook. If you will food for king diamond jim. A new orleans legend now diamond. Jim mocatta was your grandfather. And there's a really interesting book folks especially if you like to cook. It's got those really great new orleans recipes in it and this guy your grandfather. Your grandpa was one of the most colorful characters in new orleans from what i've read about him. It was unbelievable. Tell us a little bit about yourself and how you got interested in doing this particular book. Okay very first of all. Thank you for having me on your show. appreciate it. earth off a married with two children in military. Over twenty years i retired in two thousand and eight and i've been aircraft mechanic for american airlines and now delta. I picked up this project after my father died and wait basically he motivated me to kind of pick up the torch and carry it. My dad was a dentist for forty years and he always wanted to do a screen. Play or movie per se. He's never do it. I have i did a screenplay originally. But i didn't go anywhere with it so i decided a couple years ago. Put a book together and kind of tell a story about my grandfather while i'm telling. The story basically blended in combination photos and recipes as i journey through his whole life. I start off when he's a childhood and carried on throughout his life until the success of his life until he died. It's a good read. It took me about eight years to go through it and do the research are did get a lot of information from father. My father ahead a manuscript he has deposition that he had put together with a attorney. Back in nineteen seventy seven. So i use all that information and took my tom everything in the book that i've talked about a kind of support it with a document and the article. Either that was given to me handed down to me or maybe that of actually found in the library found a lot of information doing the research about my grandfather in the library his life. It was pretty easy because his life was documented since he was a teenager so every time i tried to fill in the blank. Something in my father didn't pass down to me. I was able to answer all the questions that i wanted to answer about his life. You know interesting. That stuck a little bit about his early life. He fought under the name of jimmy moran which is kind of like no joy hupa in chicago took on an irish name in order to fight. I think more likely it was a lot of prejudice against italians in those days. Especially in new orleans. If you remember we go all the way back to the black hand days and they they killed the chief of police some Supposedly some black hander. Kill the chief of police in of new orleans storm to jail and hung. I dunno must have been six or eight say ends i. I can't remember exactly for sure. How many so. It would have been wise for him to fight on her an irish name. I would imagine tell me about his fight career. Let's get started. Well that was one thing. They kind of treat. My curiosity was widely. Any changes his name in the book. I did find a quote where someone asks them. Same questioned do an interview. He said he did for business reasons. But that was part of it because you gotta realize he didn't get into business opened up first restaurants on nineteen forty nine. He changed his name. I found articles where he had his name change in teens early. Nineteen hundreds. He hung around a couple of friends of his feet. Herman who's an italian pita. Golota was his last name. And the other guy. By the name of powell moran. His name was francis. Paul miranda and all of them were full blooded italian as you know and you listeners. Know that back. Then the titans will kinda frown upon. They weren't considered equal. Maybe to a lot of different even the irish whatever. So i've found out. He had changed his name one. He didn't want his mother was fighting when he was on the fighting card. You know and during the preliminaries in hours fighter. Irish name would draw big crowds for fight. A lot of people don't know new orleans was actually a big boxing city equivalent to chicago and new york but on a smaller scale of course but it was a big boxing town in a drool audit. And that's how he got to meet jack dempsey marciano. You know all those big fights back then because they came to new orleans and then he connected so his first circle of friends will all italians. pete. Herman was abandoned. Champion thinking sixty nine fights from nineteen twelve to nineteen twenty two now as far as my grandfather. He wasn't as big of a boxer as those guys. He did it for my research. Maybe about six years and then he got a little older. He got into referee in and he started refereeing. He did that until about twenty seven years old. Then that's when you up his barber shop in the open up a barber shop with a boxer front of his last name was burke in as when he got an barring after referee
"lenoir" Discussed on Gangland Wire
"You are listening to gangland wire hosted by former kansas city. Police intelligence unit detective jerry. Welcome wire-tappers out there here in this video of gang. Lenoir beautiful fall afternoon not on the golf courses afternoon folks in here getting ready to record a podcast for y'all i have the grandson of james diamond. Jim brough cada. His grandson's name is bobby. Bre qatar now bobby. Did i pronounce that close enough. Yes sir okay good. I like to say my northwest missouri nasal hillbilly kind of trying funny. What about that. I just had a comment. Somebody said always seems weird to have a guy with a southern voice. Say the word capco. Now i don't really consider southern voice to you have got northern voice to people up this guy resume shah firm chicago to him. I have a southern boy. So a hewlett you guys. Listen to bobby talk a little bit and you'll hear that salt sweet syrupy south louisiana voice. Our true southern boys right. Yeah it's a little different than new. All has its own unique accent. I've been confused being from boston. New york no. Yeah you know. I hear that now. Wow i do hear that many dollars around the city you know. Talk to different people. You can tell what part of the city from interested in so now. Let's get to the meat of this. You've written a book here recently. Called food for kings. And it's part to crime as part history in his part a recipe book cookbook. If you will food for king diamond jim. A new orleans legend now diamond. Jim mocatta was your grandfather. And there's a really interesting book folks especially if you like to cook. It's got those really great new orleans recipes in it and this guy your grandfather. Your grandpa was one of the most colorful characters in new orleans from what i've read about him. It was unbelievable. Tell us a little bit about yourself and how you got interested in doing this particular book. Okay very first of all. Thank you for having me on your show. appreciate it. earth off a married with two children in military. Over twenty years i retired in two thousand and eight and i've been aircraft mechanic for american airlines and now delta. I picked up this project after my father died and wait basically he motivated me to kind of pick up the torch and carry it. My dad was a dentist for forty years and he always wanted to do a screen. Play or movie per se. He's never do it. I have i did a screenplay originally. But i didn't go anywhere with it so i decided a couple years ago. Put a book together and kind of tell a story about my grandfather while i'm telling. The story basically blended in combination photos and recipes as i journey through his whole life. I start off when he's a childhood and carried on throughout his life until the success of his life until he died. It's a good read. It took me about eight years to go through it and do the research are did get a lot of information from father. My father ahead a manuscript he has deposition that he had put together with a attorney. Back in nineteen seventy seven. So i use all that information and took my tom everything in the book that i've talked about a kind of support it with a document and the article..
"lenoir" Discussed on KOMO
"The attack came after police swept out dozens of tents from the officially closed Cale Anderson Park, a move this neighbor supports. I do. Think that they have the right to shut it down. If it got too out of control. Some neighbors have complained of smoke rising from illegal campfires here at the park. Police say the sweep also yielded weapons, including an explosive mortar, A hatchet and a machete on Capitol Hill. Corwin hey, HQ Momo News come on his time. 12 40, Minnesota star quarterback causes quite a stir with his stance on the Corona virus. Details from Bill Schwartz in this coma. Sports update Appearing on Kyle Brandt's Ringer podcast. Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins says he's not losing any sleep about getting covert 19 survival of the fittest kind of an approach and just say if it knocks me out, it knocks me out. I'm going to be okay. You know, even if I die if I died, I kind of have a piece about that. Well, cousin's not a fan of wearing facemasks. He does, so I have respect for others. NFL Corona virus protocol requires players to wear them in team facilities. The Seahawks have signed receiver Lance Lenoir and waived injured running back Patrick Car. We might see some college basketball games in the late fall and relate committee now recommending starting games November 25th. The proposal goes to the Division One council for a vote. Seattle Sounders with the 6 30 MLS soccer match tonight at really Salt Lake, and at seven in the Florida wobble. The Seattle Storm play hoops against the Washington Mystics. Sports updates in 10 and 40. After the hour I build Schwarz, Come on it 1 45/90.
"lenoir" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Samson Servant who claimed to have information concerning the missing confederate half dollars. I couldn't promise him anything without first knowing more about the part he had played if any in the theft of the car. I did promise to think over his offer and let him know if I was interested by the next afternoon. Anyway at eight that evening I join Mr Samson Kopech for dinner in the large. After. We finished our coffee, Sampson roles and excused. When you're ready. To do much. You in the morning. Have you prove clue? No other thing. Extra bad which you haven't given up. Kopech, I haven't started While which you can't for something else if not I'm fine been. Shall We? Yeah sure helped. Tell me something Opaque Cheney thing I can what about the servants who are in the House the night of the Settlement Deger and Mary. What do you know about? Everything that they're used to know, I have a file containing to record on everyone of Mr Sampson's employees. If you'd like, I should have the information on these two. Cynthia rooms I'd appreciate it now if you will excuse me Mr Samson is waiting ended then. You can find your way back to the guest. House. Sure goodnight goodnight. Delilah. Don't come on. Johnny you had to ride. Sure on it's been a long time since I've had a chance to and I didn't bring any writing close. Me Dave of the fall break. You will. What do you? I went back to talk about half an hour later, Kopech delivered the files on Mary Williams and digger. Everything's bigger had told me was true. He had spent fifteen years in prison on a manslaughter charge. So early, the next morning I cross the Green Lawns Zora met Delilah at the staples. humanise later, we were riding horses away from the main house. Blassie we ride Johnny he wanted to cook on and on what's it clue? The Take Fund Day? Would you rather go down to deliver A funny thing. I've never seen a river. Along our age. Finally. When we reached the river we dismiss. And she just stood there for a long woman walking down under the water. Industry. Percents in hanging. In the our food. The Food I. Hadn't you noticed. And if another one of his positions with all the rats new privileges. By, Sampson married me. Because my parents named me Delilah. Four hundred you'll even Need money a lot of? And I thought I was going to get some. Now. But now. Maybe, our getting overtime. Winner. We wrote on back had breakfast and returned role for the guest cottage. Around eleven o'clock picked up the phone and Colbert Magog. Johnny time you call you know what you find out burden enough to know that I'm in trouble and you gotta get me out of trouble. What kind of trouble that confederate half dollars do you know what? It's worth? Five thousand? But you ensure for twenty I know it but look Johnny it wasn't all my fault I mean. We'll hold its fans to know about the DI died but dies a man named Scott made five hundred of those half dollars from back in eighteen seventy nine that would lower the price of the original half dollar. You mean, there are five hundred. Dollars in existence instead of four, five, hundred and four. The four original ones made an eighteen sixty. One of the rest were made later. Well Look Zaira. Twenty Grand Burt. Don't say I'm less unless you're willing to let me try something down here. Johnny boy anything even if it costs five grand that'll happen on the. Twenty thousand for something. Worth. Only five Johnny please go ED. Thanks. Call you later? The original yours truly johnny dollar was just about like every detective show on radio at the time Charles Russell Edmond, O'Brien John Lenoir good actors. But it took Bob Bailey along with scripts by Jack Johnstone who really did a very.
"lenoir" Discussed on DV Radio
"You guys don't want to miss that one. Why are you guys blowing up fucking chat? Oh, it was ten man. I can't look at it sin men download shit. I can't download shit. Anyway. We were I did say you guys that I would tell it to you about song requests and stuff like that on the other side of the break N does just what I'm gonna do right now. We have to put a hold on song request unless you guys bullshit. All right. The quad you in about five thousand other fucking listeners just said the exact same thing. So the reason being is we have to buy our music to play the only real way, we can play music for you guys that being said, it's getting costly. We don't have the money come in that we put out these stores getting slammed the right. We don't have the money coming in to put out money for stuff like this. But if you guys Vanni song requests for any show or for us to put on the station you have to at least donate five dollars minimum, and we will get that song, otherwise unless we let you guys know right now, so request our own hold sorry to do that. But it's just way too and costs good idea. It's not a lot and it's great way to help support Dini radio right now. Like extraordinary then. I mean at least it doesn't cost as much back into ex-. Right. Right. Fever. Yeah. Yeah. It it's a lot cheaper than a bag of Dicks. Wait a minute. What me finish what the fuck? I've got to say. We let you twenty two fucking minutes. Go fuck yourself. Why don't you take some of that? Why don't you take some of those bags of Dick's and slim in your mouth? Yeah. That's what just happened. Anyway. The five dollars that you donate or more for your song request. We'll go back into d radio that does help cover licensing, these, hopefully we get enough money come in. We can buy out to add revenue each month, and maybe get rid of the three sixty five ads. We can put more into shows the website, stuff like that. And give you guys more stuff out of Devi Rayo. But until then we just cannot do it now TV six what is your suggestion really quick? Hearing like what you said, a preacher and then to say again, I tend to believe you now that like it's really starting to kill us with these people charging us for music. So we have this do this. But may I man, now that's one I said, I got an idea we could fill some of that time up with. And I need the listeners to blow up his Email box if you think this is a good idea. That's info at TV radio dot net. If you agree with living, but how about if gas host host myself? What if we sang some some songs we know to fill up some dead air? You know, I could do the sniper wonderland song Easter bunny song. I could do seeing one thirty you know my request only costs four fives. You know, not five like you know so you get a break their own. We do those. Uh-huh. There's a lot of stuff going through my mind right now. I'll pay five bucks not to hear. Getting a bidding war on that one. Right. Right. But yeah, a lot of people ask how you can help support needing radio. If you guys like DD sixes idea. Please send me an Email info at DD radio dot net. Let us know what you want to hear from DV six and our guests and our host, and we'll have make it happen just for you. But say there's going to now it is gonna cost you five dollars for every request there. Yes. Animal coming in now at a minimum of Britain for thirty seconds five dollars. We'll get it happening. But anyway, a lot of people have been asking, how you can help us help help support us other ways, just not monetarily equipment, me and JJ annoying have been talking about this extensively. We do need to quit. We've been have towed out when he goes to these events. Look in for equipment. Second hand, we don't care. I don't care if it was from the nineteen forties, as long as it's in working operating condition. I don't care. We need the equipment, it'll probably be in my studio. And for our host and end people that need the equipment will run it out to him. Until they're able to afford something that, that they can call their own or DeeDee radio can actually buy them Queant anything from sale panels to headphones. Mike's soundboards mixers you name it. If it goes in the studio audio or visual, we, we need it, we say, visual because we are planning on doing some stuff as far as video interviews therapy, the interviews and stuff like that. So if you guys won't that, and you're able to get us that stuff, just let us know Email to impo Devi radio dot net. We'll send you the information where to send it and stuff like that. And we'll even give shout out here will it. If you run a business will promote your business, that's another thing we've had a few people come into us asking us about how much sponsorship is because they're, they're the low on funds, and they really can't afford much. We work with just about any budget. You can ask anybody here. Anybody that does sponsor us? If you've got a budget. It. I'll work with you. It's plain is that so just hit us up impo DD radio dot net. JJ you did have something that you wanted to get through today? But before we go into that is there anything that you want to tackle into what I just said. You know. The music the music, getting music to you remember folks, please make sure that you obtain the music legally. Yeah, I wouldn't point in time had. Terabyte of music files, I can tell you that I obtain them through what this day in age would be considered the ferris methods a don't. So, so what he'll saying wasted is a head. He had a tear by and nine hundred ninety nine of that was he legal? Yeah. It was it was. I'm guilty. Hey man livewire back in the day, you know, Lenoir was might jam for a while. But what was cools? You find really rare stuff as you up. Finding record stores anymore. Somebody cited to transfer the, the old seventy eight to, you know vigil and uploaded on the line wear in behold cow kit. You can't buy this doesn't it this yet? Irrit- is so anyway, what am I have a picture of you dancing, the Charleston seventy eight? Actually, as outlets album. It was a very old very great apprentice exponents named Sydney-based shea. And from New Orleans, and let me tell you, this van was was brilliant and. Some of the stuff that he recorded you couldn't find anywhere else in I stumbled across it was only sold during the seventy eight aero, it was never re released in, in thirty three and a third, and never re released on CD or anything and somebody took the time to hook up there you know, old record player in the digital transfer and name the files in everything and put it up online wire. Hey, that was pretty darn cool. Yeah. I just add onto what JJ said about songs. If you're an artist if you're independent, you're not through a record label or recording studio or anything like that, sailor, Jerry. For example, we've been in talks with her. We've got some her songs on here. She gave us written express permission to play her songs, anytime we wanted to same for eastern still. Oh, just to us Email info at DD radio dot net. They have to be MP three or m for eight files as the only type that we can play and Gillis permission in that Email. Let us know how long we can run those songs if, if you have a cutoff date, and we'll put them on there, but other than that we actually have to buy songs outright. But yes, that's how this works. It's a whole go the VX as a teenager. You know, like decks, when I was a kid douse as center and just five finger discount. Legally sick. What natalie? Well now six it's called to figure discount. You do it on your mouth, computer? You know, we almost we call we were threatened with legal action. I didn't know this whole, meaning I am with this, fewer internet shit. The guy can do the pain is not a when the, when the Comcast whoever is provided for that house, calls and says, you know, we've sent emails like anything from Comcast. I just like up spam. Right, warning me that they were over there down, downloading like thousands of movies, and they had notified them or something, and it was being ignored and they notify me my Email, that's when the phone rang and said, we're about to shut off your service to both houses leveled out for this offense and might put the hell show Mon old guys over download or NAFTA porn. And regular movies, and it's like now I remember the fuck and UPS guy coming and he was bragging about this thing. What's something like you just said, that's what jog my memory ever has terabytes like something big? Yeah. And then, like you guys on movies home in a. Yeah. A five thousand lots as I'm like, what the fun? Dude, you're gonna shut the internet. And that's when I went to Google Marta. And told him what was going on? And then she explained some man, I was like, oh my God. Yeah, we almost got shut down here in threaten, so they're over there with horn on the internet, judge. Gotta love it. So JJ you were talking about something before we went to break, what what's happening? What's going on? Give us a little more detail and insight on. Yeah. I'm sure if if you if you pay attention to two stories, new stories about service stars and stuff like that. You can't have missed. I guess it started about three weeks ago. Can't missed the four veterans who came from a service trading organization were denied service in a restaurant in Utah. You cannot have missed then the family with the diabetic child. Alert service dog who were denied service at a restaurant in. Las Vegas Nevada in both cases. It got splashed all over social media. It's I don't know if it's alternately resulted in the closing of the restaurant in Utah, owner will seek, so they're obviously very possibly cultural issues with presences dog in restaurant if that I get that eat Megan understand the law, but by slashing the forty eight minute. Long denial of access all over social media. He got so much backlash that he shut down his Facebook page yelped removed, his yell page that may have shut down his restaurant. But the amount of ignorance, hatreds feud toward this van racists, rat was unbelievable. It was absolutely reducing really ugly. Yeah. Was there like death threats or something? We're not there were death threats enemy ridiculous. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. This is not the way you know, and again, same things restaurant in Vegas. The, the handler, the Hanish must it's so you know, ADA allows for apparent is child that uses the servants talk to be alternate hamper if the child's naval do so everything will cold friends, who to be searched Hamburg's came down, and quote unquote, eight fit in tipped. It wasn't really a sit in, because they left when the business closed restaurants. Get them out if it were really intent on photos, they would have waited until the cops all often ankus. That's what a sit in actually is. And you know it created, again, a massive social media backlash against that particular branch of the chain and against the chain itself. And I stood up and said, wait a minute. What's the intent here? We Cam fact I actually posted a piece, titled when the cameras come out what's your pent, because what happens when you fill this kind of accident, and you posted on social media is backlash doesn't just hit business. You get the assholes who come out of woodworks and attack the handlers, if you, if you don't keep going anywhere without you in your hosts, you know, people don't understand how service will you don't look to save Judas book you know that kind of crap gets that kinda hatred too. So instead of anybody learning about the law in about how they broke the law. Everybody just gets attacked and it gets ugly. I mean, you know, listen bomb JJ then, you know, when I've come on your show, we've hit on this, but not when. When it gets the and this non about this per se, but about every time I come on. It's about the proper way of handling denial of service when you're, you're entitled to it, and this is why people, you know, I understand you're mad, you wanna bring your dog everywhere. And it so supposed to be allowed in there are people who don't know. And then, you know, but there's a right way in a wrong way. Yeah. And whether they're right or whoever's writing wrong, you know, the, the it's sorta like when you get in trouble you break the law. This is Colin of Ube doing something. That's a minor traffic violation and getting sentenced. Like as if you murdered, somebody right now, it doesn't fit then ever ends well. In your right? And is it's it's, it's bad for both sides of the conversation that need to learn and the ones who actually need go. These ways you can actually turn more people that are, you know what fuck out care. What the law says? This is exactly why I believe, whatever. People are insane. They care nothing. You're absolutely right. And I agree with you. And it's like you know it's education on both parts. I do harp on that. When you get into nine service, is it a matter of life and death that you get a new with your dot what's the right way to handle it remain on nothing. Good comes from go. Oh, doing inciting that. No. Citing inciting social Justice outrage. Jokes creates chaos. I mean I'd like better than that, as this was about, right. Right. This was a veteran who tried most the same kind of thing on my page in my grew..
"lenoir" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Now, we're going to get back to talking a little bit about grafted vegetables grafted tomatoes, because I think people are wondering now based upon what targets said about the grafting of trees, if it's possible for the same thing to happen in that being the bottom route under the graft getting above the graph line, and perhaps affecting the tomato. But before we talk about that tiger. We have a great contest coming up. Yeah. Go ahead. And explain what we have in store for our listeners and our viewers. So we're really excited because April six is national or state national California poppy day, which is really exciting. The super blooms going on you see California poppies all over the state right now after the wonderful range that we had in the spring starting. So we thought. How fun would it be to their spring kick starting with a fun raffle for our newsletter members? So anyone who's already a member of our newsletters already entered in this row? So you're qualified automatically. Exactly. And if you're not definitely go to garden, America dot com, click in the upper right hand corner in join because we have a total of five hundred dollar gift package includes it just great. Because during the break, you told me what some of the products are that are included in this package. What are we talking about? We're talking a medium size veggie pod, which we'd had here on the show before. And I use in my yard. You've used the same one veggie potties is amazing because not only is it a great raised bed for you to be able to use and it drains. Well. Rolled around. Exactly it comes with his covering in the self watering misting system, as well all included it we're gonna throw in some HP one one in there. We're going to throw in some natural guard organic fertilizers some great seeds to be able to start your garden from botanical interest in Rene seed. So you're ready to go to wit, tools and other stuff that you're gonna need. We've got some Spanos soap as I had mentioned earlier in the show that's going to be in there as well. So again, we'll gift package ready to get your spring garden going everything you need, but the soil because we got to be able to ship it to you, and we can't ship at Trump to say, we're not gonna ship your soil. But after you get this kit. You just go your local center, you buy your soil you fill it up, and you'll be ready to and that's a now you got to you got to be a subscriber door newsletter. And again, it's tiger mentioned go to our website garden, America dot com. Top right hand side register for our newsletter. And then that automatically qualifies for the contest. And we got it the crime chest. You say. Are we going to do it before or after the April sixth day, we're gonna do it on April April six so you gotta be signed up by April fifth? Okay. So April fifth and again, go to garden, America dot com. Top right hand corner Senate for a newsletter. And then you qualify to win that that great package. My gosh. I mean that HP one to one itself and and the veggie pot. I know just a couple of two three hundred dollars right there. Exactly. So so, okay. So getting back to the grafting. Yeah. We we talked about how a grafted tree it is possible for the the route or what's underneath to make its way up toward the top and take over the top of the graft. Right whereas tomatoes in grafted vegetables. That's that should not be a problem. Yeah. It shouldn't be a problem. But you lose the value of the rootstock that we mentioned the reason why you buy a grafted tomato or grafted pepper or grafted eggplant. The reason why you buy those plants is because you're trying to get something that's resistant to nematodes resistant to disease. More vigorous and growing. Ryan, you lose that when you do that bury the graft. So that's why we tell you not to bury because normally tomatoes you bury them in the ground. You want them to produce stocks be able to produce but not with the graph the graph that make sure that graph line is above the soil. Yep. That's that's a I mean first thing you learned. Grafting one one end graphing one Lenoir's got a question can read it. I I guess I could come back here like this. Doesn't look very gross. You ready? I I want to say hi to Carol. She's giving us a shout out from the lompoc valley, botanical and horticulture society in your face you for that that's up there in lompoc. Hopefully, she's not in the prison. Nice. Nice tiger. Okay. So Leno says that she body a Tango Mandarin tree. And now let's see seems to be good for our zone. Can you talk about it? They highly recommended it to me at the nursery. It's full of flowering buds. So the Tango Mandra. Yeah. Just wants to know more about it. And and we'll see where area does winner living. I do not recall. She wants to make sure that it was good for her zone, which apparently the nurse where they said, it was I I guess you just west in a little bit more about it. Well, Tango Mandarin is a brand that came out of mandarins because of the the route that it produces again, we go back to why do they have certain trees, you know, you know, when it comes to manage to. There's a ton a ton. Mangrove writings about win. They produced route. You know, how the skin is easy to peel is not easy to peel. They seedless or not in Tango is one of those ones that was developed because it's a super flavorful juicy Mandarin. So, you know, I think that the one thing that Lenore needs to think about is when it produces fruit, and where she is because a lot of these mandarins produce in the fall or in the winter. Okay. And if she's getting severe winter weather during the time its production that not going to be good for the treatment. They they're very tolerant to a lot of environments, but definitely not going to be tolerant to frost or anything like that. Especially while trying to set for now, it's got a lot of flowering buds. I I would imagine that a good time. Oh, yeah. That's a great sign because that just tells you that it's it's it loves whereas at okay, it's it's it's doing its reproduction thing. Now, the one thing I will mention to with mandarins is that they tend to when they have a lot of flooring. Buds and when they have a lot of fruit they defoliate really easily which again, you wanna make sure using organic fertilizer consistently with it. So that way you can get strong foolish and strong fruit production when you start to see that defoliation occur. You're getting too much fruit production for the nutrient value in the soil and the plant you can't keep up and it puts all of its effort into reproducing itself not into keeping itself. Happy happy has got gotta sacrifice something for something else. Exactly. So, you know, but the only way to solve that Trump is to do that way in advance you need to be applying at fertilizer now or you need to be applying effort laser months ago to make sure that it's going to suck that up and be able to take a strong healthy plant a lot of times it happens when you first plant a tree because they're young, and they're they're they're very aggressive growers when they're young, and you know, they don't have the root system to tap into all of our natural nutrients in the soil. So you need supplement that we've gotta help it along until it gets established. Right. Exactly. So. You know, using a good organic fertilizer. Also, I recommend worm castings on mandarins because manage could be pretty prone to some other bugs white lie. There's why fly and scale and some other things in and I really like weren't castings on the citrus trees because they do a lot work as he does a lot for the tree itself. And you know, crease a nice healthy environment for that tree? So worm castings inorganic and you'll be good to go. What our thank you hope that to answers your question, Linda that you have good luck with your tree as well. And I think she said she bought it Beirut. Yeah. So I mean, seven years Beirut. Yeah. It's it's been there long enough that it should be producing. And and it's been a long enough. Linda, were you? You should be concerned. Yeah. So that was a good question. And hopefully, try those things that we suggested and your tree will get back into shape. Okay. What about thirty minutes away from our next break as we approach thirty minutes after the hour here on your Saturday morning, or if you're listening to us or watching us from back east, we say good Saturday afternoon to you happy weekend. I'm. Brian main. He's tiger. Pella FOX that. Of course, Jon is off today. John back next week is doing so much. He's a very busy guy these days. 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