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Rep. Guy Reschenthaler on Why Democrats and Republicans Can't Agree Where the Money Should Go

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:27 min | 5 d ago

Rep. Guy Reschenthaler on Why Democrats and Republicans Can't Agree Where the Money Should Go

"What do you see? What do you tell the American people about hua Republicans and Democrats? Either party can not pass the way it's supposedly it's most straightforward function of government and that is to decide where the money goes. Yeah, it gets an absolute mass and a lot of the mess is really fueled by, I think just a lack of understanding from the outside of what the process is. And before, before I get to that, I'd be remiss if I didn't say this. Just getting back to big tactics briefly, we also need to adopt the European model of privacy, where individuals own their search history, and then they can sell it. So the big tech companies don't own it. We should adopt that to give a private property right in the search history. That would be the fourth thing we need to do with big tech I'd be remiss if I didn't say it. But getting back to the appropriations process, let's just say earmarks, for example, I grew up thinking earmark was a dirty word when I was not when I was not in. And then I came in and I realized very quickly in the state Senate in Pennsylvania where I served that it was one of the only ways that a legislator could fight back against the bureaucracy of the administrative branch. Because when I was in, we had at one point it's super majority in the state Senate Republicans. We had the second most liberal governor second only to Gavin Newsom in California. The only way I was going to get my constituents funding for some projects, et cetera was through the year more process. Now, we technically did away with earmarks before I got to the stage Senate, but we still had avenues to direct funding. And when I got to Congress, I found real fast. If I wanted to get funding for, let's say a lock and damn project on the monongahela river, which is a huge artery of our inland water system and a huge pillar in that inland water port that is the port of Pittsburgh. I was going to have to negotiate with some 20 something that just graduated from Yale or Harvard, who had never been on a walk and Dan has no idea how a lock and damn system operates has no idea why it's needed for industry and the movement of goods and services. And I was put in a position where I was elected by 780,000 people trusted to do a job for my district and then had to grovel behind some woke kid who just graduated from ily school. It's ridiculous. That's not how our system is formed.

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Thousands gather at Hindu festival in India as virus surges

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 5 d ago

Thousands gather at Hindu festival in India as virus surges

"Tens tens of of thousands thousands of of devout devout Hindus Hindus taking taking a a holy holy dip dip into into the the frigid frigid waters waters of of the the Ganges Ganges river river in in northern northern India India despite despite rising rising covert covert nineteen nineteen infections infections in in the the country country Hindu Hindu pilgrims pilgrims all all congregating congregating in in top top Pradesh Pradesh state state to to take take part part in in the the mud mud mela mela festival festival one one of of the the most most sacred sacred pilgrimages pilgrimages in in Hinduism Hinduism Hindus Hindus believe believe a a dip dip in in the the sacred sacred river river will will wash wash away away their their sins sins a a similar similar gathering gathering at at a a Hindu Hindu festival festival last last year year help help spread spread the the delta delta variant variant that that infected infected millions millions of of people people and and kill kill tens tens of of thousands thousands coronavirus coronavirus infections infections fuel fuel by by the the only only crime crime variant variant a a rising rising fast fast through through India India the the country country has has just just supported supported over over two two hundred hundred sixty sixty four four thousand thousand U. U. infections infections I'm I'm Charles Charles Taylor Taylor this this month month

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Christian world marks Epiphany with series of celebrations

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last week

Christian world marks Epiphany with series of celebrations

"Thousands thousands of of orthodox orthodox Christian Christian worshippers worshippers involved involved area area from from the the collected collected coronavirus coronavirus restrictions restrictions or or mass mass gatherings gatherings and and taken taken part part in in a a centuries centuries old old epiphany epiphany tradition tradition inclu inclu fun fun boys boys your your weight weight into into the the icy icy waters waters of of the the river river while while playing playing bagpipes bagpipes and and drums drums and and seen seen to to be be in in place place to to rest rest for for a a wooden wooden cross cross which which is is tossed tossed into into the the river river by by a a priest priest the the legend legend goes goes that that the the person person who who retrieves retrieves the the cross cross will will be be freed freed from from evil evil spirits spirits and and healthy healthy for for out out the the year year before before he he marks marks the the end end of of the the twelve twelve days days of of Christmas Christmas but but not not all all orthodox orthodox Christian Christian churches churches celebrated celebrated on on the the same same day day I'm I'm Charles Charles de de Ledesma Ledesma

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MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell Gives Breaking Update on Eric's Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:05 min | Last week

MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell Gives Breaking Update on Eric's Show

"Now here's where we're at Eric I'm announced in this on your show. Okay. What we've done, now, now I did a Facebook Live two date or yesterday. I did a Facebook Live and I'm and I told what I'm gonna tell you right now. I said, you know what? Dominion deleted is deleting the whole 2020 election and they have to preserve evidence Tina Peters has a before and after, they have to preserve evidence in any lawsuits. There's been over 200 lawsuits and threatening letters from dominion in this country. Now, they help to preserve evidence. It's a felony. You kept keep stuff in the machines of to federal crime because you didn't keep it for 22 months. It's a state Colorado state crime and other states do. We've got them in all the states. Well, also, they didn't preserve evidence in my case in my cases, and my pillow sued them, remember, and smartmatic. So they didn't preserve Evan. We've been sending them preservation of evidence things for months. What they did Eric is they threw the guns into the river after they committed a murder. Now, I told this story yesterday. Now here's where I'm breaking on your thing. Alan duke, everybody is ahead of the Facebook fact checker. There's 5 of them. It's a company he's co owner with a guy named Martin overseas. He's overseas. We went head to head in battles with him. They're the Facebook fact checkers called lead stories. Very famous episode on Frank speech. I went shame on it, shame on you all and duke. That's for that same came from. Alan duke has covered up more stuff on Facebook. Now remember, Mark Zuckerberg came out three weeks ago and said, the Facebook fact checkers are just opinions. He said it in court. He said they're just opinions. The no, you didn't hear about that, everybody. He took cover his own butt. He said they're just opinion. But Ellen duke, he's been late. He's been standing away from Eric until yesterday. When I announced this, that this deletion, this stuff that Tina Peters has, he put a Facebook fact check over it and said and stopped all the live stream and it says you click on it and it says, here's why it's partially false it says partially false information. At the cyber symposium, we put up on the board what Tina Peters found what they deleted, but it was just like the, you know, it takes months of cyber guys to dig into that. We put it up there and two guys at the symposium made comments. Yep, that's just not true. It looks like they came out of two machines. So he put this Facebook fact check over yesterday. Well, I got news for you, Alan duke. Since then, 5 different cyber teams or cyber people independent of each other have dug into what was deleted. It's over for dominion. We're going to get this to Alan duke too. So he's going to do a public apology to the whole country and say yes, this is true. But Eric, you know what we're doing with this, we're bringing it to the judge in D.C. and saying, hey, they deleted they didn't preserve evidence in this case.

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Herbert, Roberts propel Chargers back into playoff position

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 weeks ago

Herbert, Roberts propel Chargers back into playoff position

"Justin Justin Herbert Herbert passed passed for for two two scores scores in in the the Chargers Chargers thirty thirty four four thirteen thirteen win win over over the the Broncos Broncos Herbert Herbert to to set set a a new new franchise franchise mark mark for for passing passing touchdowns touchdowns in in a a season season with with thirty thirty five five breaking breaking the the record record once once held held by by charger charger legends legends like like Dan Dan Fouts Fouts and and Philip Philip rivers rivers yeah yeah I I I I think think it's it's it's it's special special because because I I was was a a Chargers Chargers fan fan growing growing up up and and I I knew knew about about all all those those guys guys and and I I watch watch them them all all in in you you know know their their football football legends legends and and to to be be able able to to be be even even in in the the same same conversation conversation with with them them is is is is a a huge huge honor honor Austin Austin Ekeler Ekeler had had a a touchdown touchdown run run and and Andre Andre Roberts Roberts ran ran back back a a kick kick of of one one hundred hundred one one yards yards for for a a score score LA LA is is now now nine nine and and seven seven and and remains remains in in playoff playoff contention contention mark mark Myers Myers Inglewood Inglewood California California

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After almost 2 years, water park reopens at Disney World

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 3 weeks ago

After almost 2 years, water park reopens at Disney World

"The the big big waves waves are are returning returning to to a a major major Florida Florida theme theme park park after after being being shut shut down down for for nearly nearly two two years years visitors visitors to to Walt Walt Disney Disney World World in in Orlando Orlando can can once once again again go go into into the the typhoon typhoon lagoon lagoon the the water water park park closed closed in in March March twenty twenty twenty twenty as as the the corona corona virus virus started started to to spread spread throughout throughout the the U. U. S. S. and and while while Disney Disney world world other other theme theme parks parks we we opened opened in in the the summer summer of of twenty twenty twenty twenty with with virus virus safety safety protocols protocols in in place place the the water water park park stay stay close close when when it it re re opens opens on on Sunday Sunday visitors visitors will will be be able able to to swim swim in in its its massive massive wave wave pulled pulled slide slide down down its its roller roller coaster coaster and and meander meander along along gets gets lazy lazy river river I'm I'm Oscar Oscar wells wells Gabriel Gabriel

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Massive ferry fire kills at least 39 in southern Bangladesh

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 weeks ago

Massive ferry fire kills at least 39 in southern Bangladesh

"Fire fire swept swept through through a a crowded crowded river river ferry ferry in in Bangladesh Bangladesh leaving leaving at at least least thirty thirty nine nine people people dead dead and and seventy seventy injured injured featured featured passengers passengers being being brought brought ashore ashore after after the the massive massive blaze blaze forced forced many many to to leap leap into into the the rivers rivers cold cold waters waters to to escape escape the the flames flames scary scary eight eight hundred hundred passengers passengers from from Bangladesh's Bangladesh's capital capital Dhaka Dhaka on on a a one one hundred hundred and and fifty fifty mile mile trip trip southward southward fire fire broke broke out out around around three three AM AM this this daylight daylight came came the the ferries ferries blackened blackened all all set set anchored anchored at at the the river's river's edge edge as as rescue rescue teams teams searched searched for for both both survivors survivors and and the the bodies bodies of of the the dead dead a a fire fire officer officer says says the the blaze blaze may may have have started started in in the the engine engine room room the the government government has has set set up up two two committees committees to to investigate investigate in in order order them them to to report report findings findings in in three three days days I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas

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What Archeologist Steven Notley Discovered in Bethsaida

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:24 min | Last month

What Archeologist Steven Notley Discovered in Bethsaida

"Let's just settle on it folks. Beth sida has been discovered. What are some of the things that you discovered there that make you realize this is in fact the New Testament? First of all, I'm trained as a historian. That's what I do. Reading ancient texts, how and particularly historical geography, how does the land, the contours of land match it? So we have ancient descriptions of where josephus the Jewish historian actually tells us describes precisely where it was located. And so that's why when we began to think about excavating, we went by the ancient descriptions, being on the Lake shore, as I mentioned, that's where you would have a fishing village. And near to the Jordan River, where about 200 yards from the Jordan River, which is exactly as josephus describes it. But you know, I wonder, though, why would anybody have ever doubted josephus at all? If josephus, who is such an imminent figure, such an authoritative figure put it this way, why would anybody else go with something else? He never just made stuff up. Not everybody takes sufficient attention to historical sources. That's one of the problems. When you approach a question like this, it requires multiple disciplines, not a single one. Everyone gets in their lane, stays in their lane, whether it's archeology or history or and they don't get out of their lane. I have noticed this. But this is what's so fascinating is that all of these big fascinating puzzles tend to be solved by people who have the guts to step back and look at several disciplines at once. Because when you just look at because there's some people that almost think an idol of their discipline, and they say, it's only about archeology. It's only about stones and other people like, no, it's only, but you realize it's going to be all these things, usually. Exactly. It's a multidisciplinary approach. And when you do that, when you get out of your lane and you start having the information, if I can say it like there's bump up against each other and to creating a friction, you start saying, oh, I have to look at it in a slightly different way. So that's what happened in this situation. We began to look at examined the data and we were drawn to the location and of course we began to excavate. And I think it's fair to say people have been

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Embiid scores 32, 76ers hold off Hornets again 110-106

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

Embiid scores 32, 76ers hold off Hornets again 110-106

"Philadelphia Philadelphia wore wore down down the the short short handed handed Hornets Hornets for for their their third third straight straight win win one one ten ten to to one one oh oh six six the the six six judges judges at at eight eight point point run run with with three three minutes minutes to to go go to to get get some some breathing breathing room room Joel Joel Embiid Embiid scored scored five five of of his his thirty thirty two two in in that that run run it it beat beat is is the the guy guy that that doc doc rivers rivers knows knows they they can can go go to to with with the the game game on on the the line line he's he's a a willing willing passer passer in in those those spots spots that that he he needs needs to to get get to to me me trust trust the the guys guys you you know know they they trust trust him him too too you you know know it's it's not not easy easy sometimes sometimes were were team team to to keep keep going going down down every every time time the the Hornet Hornet two two F. F. five five players players in in the the health health protocol protocol had had for for playing playing more more than than forty forty minutes minutes in in this this one one including including Gordon Gordon Hayward Hayward who who led led the the way way with with a a season season high high thirty thirty one one bracket bracket Belan Belan Charlotte Charlotte

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Christmas tree buyers face reduced supplies, higher prices

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

Christmas tree buyers face reduced supplies, higher prices

"Supply supply chain chain problems problems and and severe severe weather weather are are making making it it harder harder to to deck deck the the halls halls dennoch dennoch shortages shortages and and inflation inflation are are hitting hitting the the Christmas Christmas tree tree market market industry industry officials officials say say Americans Americans should should expect expect fewer fewer choices choices and and up up to to thirty thirty percent percent higher higher prices prices for for both both real real and and artificial artificial trees trees this this season season Jamie Jamie Warner Warner with with the the American American Christmas Christmas tree tree association association called called the the situation situation a a double double whammy whammy supply supply chain chain disruptions disruptions include include Clark Clark ports ports and and a a shortage shortage of of truck truck drivers drivers record record breaking breaking heat heat drought drought wildfires wildfires and and a a flurry flurry of of sales sales last last year year took took a a toll toll on on supplies supplies from from Christmas Christmas tree tree farms farms in in Oregon Oregon and and Washington Washington state state at at crystal crystal river river Christmas Christmas trees trees in in Alameda Alameda California California owner owner Dale Dale pine pine tells tells the the AP AP the the cost cost of of trees trees labor labor intractable intractable every every have have all all gone gone up up I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king

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Kyle Rittenhouse Is Exactly the Kind of Enemy the Left Wants to Create

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:21 min | Last month

Kyle Rittenhouse Is Exactly the Kind of Enemy the Left Wants to Create

"If you show up to a rally or you show up to a city burning while the National Guard is not there and the police have been told to stand down and you defend yourself because someone's trying to kill you and that someone trying to kill you is a child rapist? You're gonna get tried for first degree murder in your family has to go into debt to try to defend you, which we're seeing right now with Kyle rittenhouse. And by the way, if this was 1892, and it was the KKK trying to take over a city, and it was a black 17 year old that took a gun to go to the burning city. We would have like a national holiday to that young man. Seriously. Not saying that's what we need for Kyle, not saying we'd like a national holiday, but I'm saying that it would be everyone would say this is the most amazing heroic thing I've ever seen. But instead, let's just be let's just be as blunt and honest about it. Kyle rittenhouse tracks a box of the type of let's say enemy they want to create. And we saw this earlier with what happened with the Nicolas Sandman case. You guys remember that the Covington kids? Remember the Covington kids? Where Nicholas Sandman on the steps of the capitol with that lunatic came up with the drum and started banging it in his head, and his head was his face, and we were told that the young kid was the one that's provoking and saying racist things, total lie. Totally exonerated one his lawsuits. But no, the thing that Kyle rittenhouse did wrong is that he fit the perfect type of archetype where Joe Biden came out and said that Kyle rittenhouse is a white supremacist. Said that on Twitter, hope he gets sued for that one day in civil court. There is no evidence of that. But instead, here is the essence of it is that there was a picture, the same thing that happened on the southern border when you had border patrol agents on horseback, and they said, oh, they're using whips to go after migrants, total lie, it's called a bridle or saddle. You ever ride a horse before New York Times weirdo, right? And of course not. Never even west of the Mississippi River, let alone ever mounted a horse, right? No, it's a whip. No, but all they have is the narrative. So Kyle rittenhouse, they had the picture they wanted. AR-15, mouth wide open, young, white, Trump loving, a green shirt and hat backwards, looking like he's kind of playing the insurrectionist. Boom. Put him in

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How the Regime Will Use Identity Politics in Framing the Waukesha Attack

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:37 min | 2 months ago

How the Regime Will Use Identity Politics in Framing the Waukesha Attack

"What you saw last night with, what's his name again? Daryl Edward Brooks, the black supremacist terrorist was nothing more than another outgrowth, or production of The Rain and the regime of identity politics. So what happened last night? Well, according to CNN, this is their latest news report. CNN puts this, they say 5 people have died and more than 40 are injured after an SUV plowed through a holiday parade and walk a show Wisconsin oh, so the SUV was a driverless car. You know, the SUV did not drive through the holiday parade. A BLM incorporated leader drove through the holiday parade. This is an important thing to go through because Daryl Edwards Brooks who was a radical pro BLM anti police anti capitalist mass murdering terrorist. He was out on a $1000 bail. Now what sort of worldview must you have to believe that we should relax bail standards for pedophiles or for terrorists? Just because of the color of someone's skin. Will this all started with the kamba he? River collective statement in 1977. It was a statement that was issued by radical black lesbian feminists based in Boston. In the statement it says the following, quote, this focusing upon our oppression. Is embodied in the concept of identity politics. It was the first time we ever had any reference to the phrase. Identity politics. Now, these black, lesbian feminists, from Boston, issuing the combahee river collective statement, they were the first ones to talk about the interconnectedness and identified and denounce the multiple systems of oppression that exist in our country. Now, what's really important, though, is that we call it identity politics. But the black lesbian feminists that wrote this for the first time, they actually hit it perfectly. They said instead of focusing upon identity, our identity is actually rooted in our oppression. You see, through the lens of what we call identity politics or critical race theory or woke ism or diversity equity inclusion or anti racism teaching which your children might have to experience in grade school or in high school. Is it emphasis that the currency that you trade with? That the way you get wealthy in a world dominated by identity politics is by having points of oppression. We call this the oppression Olympics. But then it goes a step deeper. It goes a level deeper. That identity politics, privileges, and elevates, the identities of people that are then therefore oppressed. The basic moral framework of identity politics is not agency, it's not choices, it's not your capacity to deal with stress, though instead it puts an emphasis on whether or not you are a member of an oppressed identity politic

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Biden Bill Includes Boost for Union-Made Electric Vehicles

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:54 sec | 2 months ago

Biden Bill Includes Boost for Union-Made Electric Vehicles

"Joined by United States senator Marsha Blackburn from Tennessee, who I guess is probably unaware of the blooming threat to the bridges in the volunteer state. Good morning, senator. Good morning. And I have to tell you that so many of our county mayors will say, hey, what happened to this infrastructure Bill? We thought there was going to be money for roads and bridges and rivers and ports and broadband, but it turns out there's money for plus ups on electric vehicles. If they are union made, it turns out there's money for Green New Deal and environmental studies. And twice the amount. Get this twice the amount of money for public transit as there is for those roads and bridges. And runways and railways.

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Stephanie Ruhle Doesn't Know How People Are Really Struggling

Mark Levin

01:26 min | 2 months ago

Stephanie Ruhle Doesn't Know How People Are Really Struggling

"On MSNBC today what was her name Role mister producer Stephanie roll Listen to what she has to say about inflation okay Go ahead Nobody knows exactly when they're going down but you have to put all this in perspective This inflation is not in isolation And the government predicted it was going to be a challenging recovery recovery all tied to COVID So it's why you see things like that expanded child tax credit You've got the families of over 60 million kids on average getting $430 a month for people on fixed incomes older people on social security they're getting those fixed payments adjusted next year of 5.9% for inflation And the dirty little secret here Willie while nobody likes to pay more on average we have the money to do so All right there you go This woman is so out of touch She so out of touch he knows nothing about it It's like this Tiffany She's talking about truck drivers She doesn't know truck drivers Black whiter in between This clown rule she doesn't know what people are going through She's stuck in her little office near Wall Street in New York or wherever the hell it is Across the river I guess in New Jersey she doesn't get out there and see how people are struggling or anything I think what about you I'm out all the time All the time I want nothing to do with the kind of social circles these people keep It's an amazing thing

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Faith groups increasingly join fight against climate change

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 months ago

Faith groups increasingly join fight against climate change

"Faith groups are increasingly joining the fight against climate change pope Francis and dozens of religious leaders recently signed a joint appeal for governments to commit to targets at the climate summit in Scotland faith leaders and activists across the world are battling climate change Christian pastors have joined forces with native American tribes to protect coastal lands as climate change contributes to rising sea levels Hindu groups have joined river cleanups and Muslims of organize tree planting campaigns at some evangelicals are connecting climate to faith rather than politics emphasizing authority of scripture and the sanctity of human life I Walter Ratliff

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Momentum on the Side of Glenn Youngkin Inn Virginia Race

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:18 min | 2 months ago

Momentum on the Side of Glenn Youngkin Inn Virginia Race

"Them. Senator, how many different elections were you participant in? I ran 11 times. Okay, so I think what are you 9 for 11? 9, 11, you remembered, right? Very, very good record. So we've got a race across the river from the capitol in Virginia between glennon and Terry mcauliffe. I'm sure you know Terry. Right now they're talking about Glenn junkins agenda. Terry looks, you know, he's an empty rooms with little crowds. He's flailing and the president went over there and he got about 500 people to show up. What do you make of that race? As a former candidate who is both what a lot and lost a couple of times, what do you think is going on? Yeah, there's a couple of questions. You always want to ask at the end of the race. So what issues what messages are being talked about? It was who they used to call the scene red and heard. What are people talking about going in? Into the election. And I think that's very favorable for young pin. And then the second question is who has the momentum going in? Because if a race is close, the side with the momentum is usually the one that wins. So I think people are right. I mean, if I was a betting man and I put money on this, I'd bet on younger. But, you know, it's very close. And people need to turn out. I mean, obviously if they haven't voted already.

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McAuliffe Hopes Joe Biden Can Spark Struggling Campaign

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:01 min | 3 months ago

McAuliffe Hopes Joe Biden Can Spark Struggling Campaign

"So America, Joe Biden, you go out there and vote for Terry mccaul and Joe Biden after last night's rally. There was a, quote, rally. Let me show you a couple of pictures, put up by our friend Mac. Here is the CBS picture of the rally that the president did with Terry mcauliffe in Virginia last night. If you're watching on YouTube, you can see that picture. I don't see it yet, so maybe it's stuck in the ether. But it looks like a good crowd. You don't even think, wow, wow, the president may have more hustle than we think. Maybe he's really good at it. Then you pan out. There's the first picture. That's the CBS News picture. Then you pan out, and they've taken over one corner of one tiny park in Virginia across the river from The White House. And they basically rounded up the locals and shuffled them into maybe 300 people there. That 300 people Dwayne, do you think that's 300 people? I'm not sure that that's 300 people. But the president, though, is simply out to lunch on this stuff. Here he is, last night, talking about blend young and who has clearly got the Democrat scared to death of winning an upset that would be an earthquake in America. Cut number 17. Jesse look how he's closing his campaign. He's gone from banning a woman's right to choose to banning books written by a Pulitzer Prize and Nobel Prize winning author. Toni Morrison. So if you talk about love, by the way, which I just finished recently and he's talking about not banning books, but about allowing parents to know which books are being read in what their messages are beloved as a fine book for teenagers to read and I'm sure glad you can would agree with that. But if you have to start what you're attacking opponent is saying, then you're responding to attacks two days before an election with a weak and unpopular president in a tiny park with nobody in it. And that means Terry mcauliffe is sucking air because people don't like Joe Biden

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Florida manatees dying in record numbers amid food scarcity

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 3 months ago

Florida manatees dying in record numbers amid food scarcity

"Florida has already set a record this year for the number of deaths of manatees cold weather at the end of the year could kill even more manatees fishing boat captain Paul foot beta says these so called sea cows are not getting enough food the brown algae that you see in there right now is choking out the cigarettes this is not a toxic algae but again it's it's enough that the sunlight cannot get through it water quality is declining due to fertilizer runoff reducing the amount of sea grass it's not good when you've got clients on the boat and all of a sudden there's a dead manatee there wanting to see him they don't seem to have Judy or cut with the water coalition of Indian River county says the solution is clear clean up the water we've got to reduce the nutrients in the toxins going into the water everywhere amenity habitat restoration program has started in Florida there's also a new push to put manatees back on the list as an endangered species I'm at Donahue

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"little river" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"little river" Discussed on KTOK

"8 10 12 hours a day. If we're on a roll, and you got singers coming in and standing around one Mike, it's That's a great experience. But the end result of all of that. Craft and that, uh Sweat equity if you will is to have people relate to the music. Music needs to be heard. And when we are able to perform it and connect with people, and with their memories about those hits, it is a magic exchange of energy that That inevitably occurs. I appreciate your comment about the live shows because that has been a hallmark the bands and it's 45th year this year Little River band that sold this year. And so God to bring those memories into a room and collectively have people light up to him is a joy and an honor and now To enhance that honor. We're putting the orchestra on stage for him and creating new memories. Like I say, with standing ovations for this new music and this new message. I mean it, Z. Good time. Well, I mean, lady for the hit single lady is I'm I can already hear that because I hear the orchestration and the strings. I mean, a little river band was was kind of experimenting with that, when? In the late seventies, everybody was going Elektronik. Um, I can't. I can't wait to hear what what the version of reminiscing sounds like because that is a nostalgic song about being nostalgic. Exactly right. Well, and it it it it still has that same effect live And like I say the orchestrations highlight the moment. Again, even in like Happy anniversary the horns take over some of those rhythms and take it easy on me has got a big string intro to it That just sets the scene. You know what I mean? It's kind of like lights go down and Broadway and you know something's gonna happen. The orchestra does that same thing to you through your ears. It It's a great experience. I've listened to it a million times on headphones because I sing this set here just till Stay active and stay in shape. I love it more every time I hear it, Wayne Nelson of the Little River Band We're talking about their new album, Black Tie and the single The Lost and the Lonely. Not a Moment Too Soon, just in time for Veterans Day, Wayne Nelson, do you have veterans come up to you after the show. Always, um, I was mentioning earlier to somebody about the service coins, the coins that veterans can take away And if they feel moved by somebody somewhere in the world, they will you do a handshake and the point is in the palm of their hand, and they pass it to you. I've got a collection of about seven or eight of them now, but Invariably And you know who comes to me? More parents are kid in Afghanistan. Our kids in Iraq are kids in Iran. We say the same thing to him. Just tell him Please be safe and bring them back to a show. We want to see them in person. But those people are being that's what the story's about is not. It is the person's choice. But then the ripple effect is huge for everyone around them. That message is strong for Veterans Day. Veterans Day is to honor the veterans, and it's very important. Every veteran's got a family that went through it with him. Gotta wrap and the story is told in the Lost and the Lonely, which is on the new album, Black Time. My Little River Band Wayne Nelson. Thanks for joining us Thank you, sir. We'll see you this summer. We're.

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"little river" Discussed on RPM45

RPM45

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"little river" Discussed on RPM45

"Was i think sixty five or seventy members big stage us around them. whatever just just magnificent sound musicianship. but while. we're doing these with different size orchestras. We came across a plan from one of the guys that One of the players a trumpet player in a band in florida is correct hurley's rock orchestra and he puts together and ensemble of first chairs. That can actually travel as opposed to afford to start moving around we. We had to go to them. Not craig goes. I'll meet you in kansas city. And i'll have seven players there for you so we've got this little wedge of great players on stage with us and we did that about seven maybe ten times in two thousand nineteen and it was going so well with these players that were digging in playing hard and whatever and so. Let's record this and let's do a live record with orchestra. I came up with the black tie thing because they're the best dressed people on the stage. They're looking great with arab black and whites and everybody is stepping up their attention and discipline and musicianship to play with these people and put that extra emotion into the music and so we we listen back and we had we had great performances that we chose an and decided to put it out. Kit came very strong. What i heard sounded fantastic. Did you hear any of the news for. did you hear. I heard whatever was the clip on your homepage for your website. I i can't remember but they were familiar socks to me. Yeah that might be the loss in the lonely and it's the story of the choice that young people make to put on a uniform go defend freedom in a place in the world that they don't even know the people they just know the concept that they're going there defeat oppression. It's a huge choice. It's coming up on veterans day. And that's the song that time life shows as putting as a quote unquote digital single. Black tie caught their attention and they wanted to put it out as part of their digital roster awesome. Yeah and it's going to be put out When the single is out digitally and cd comes out. On november thirteen timely. In given the you know the state of the nation in the world and so on with election and turmoil and so on and so forth We've been doing this stage for about five years and people absolutely love. It gives a standing ovation and they know it as a brand new song. They don't you know not a hit anybody moving song and the orchestration takes it over the top that sounded so big. Yes it sounded just great and it's a great way to put out a greatest hits album in the way that you're bringing it to a different level. These aren't the songs the way we heard them in the nineteen eighties it. It's just for an older and it's just fantastic. So exact the best of luck with it. Thank you very much. And what little i heard. I can highly recommend it to anyone. Who's listening and you know. It's i'm looking forward to hearing the whole thing. I appreciate it anything else. She likes to talk about or promote or anything. Like that. can't wait till we get back out there. That's all pro. Please twenty twenty one. Let's get let's get live music back on. Let's hope so. Well thanks so much for taking the time. Really appreciate it. It's a pleasure to meet you. Thanks to wayne nelson great guy and not only that he's a white sox fan which makes them aces in my book. We'll be back again next week with another interview. All music no baseball on. Rpm forty five..

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"little river" Discussed on RPM45

RPM45

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"little river" Discussed on RPM45

"The other than the next guy that had set some of that he walked out and suddenly within three years. There's only one of those songwriters left in the band and they did it again. I think partly because to them successful. Come with the next band it. It'd come for every one of them that way before so little river band wasn't the only means for them to go into what they wanted to do and they basically just said have finished. That's where it comes in that. I think i felt more strongly about l. Then then they did but they took something for granted they walked and then twenty years later. They decided we're going to take the keys back. Thank you very much. You guys take care and it wasn't a matter of hey let's get together and let's do this again. It was sia will take over. You guys are done to the guy that owned the trademark so this is how it really happened okay. This wasn't just like oh. Somebody got drunk and left the keys in on the kitchen table. They all knew what they did. They all did it for a reason and we kept going. Those people are not happy about it. They made a cd and they put the cd and they told the record company. We can use the name. Put the name right on. The marquee of the cd was alive cd. I didn't know that i don't know. That's part of the two thousand and four. I think it was two thousand three or four and the irony of the right place at the right time. Capitol records was going to put the record out. There live record from australia. They sent a proof of the artwork to me for approval. Maybe my email address is still there capital as i. I have no idea but the proof for the artwork came to me and i went. Wait this that's why it happened in federal court in america so yes they're not happy and there are a lot of fans and i understand totally. You want your version a little bit. Your favourite one. A lot of them will come to me and they will say you know what ever since one thousand nine hundred one little river band hasn't been the same so i want that line of that but the thing is i say to them you can listen to any version of little river band. You want to. But when it comes to what has happened with the name. And with live touring and with people who don't live in this country nor do they even really want to reform at this point. Yeah i just want to have their way and some people see it. Then don't see through all of the the the things that they've done. But i've seen and i'll tell you that this is. This is the way that things have gone down. Well i saw some of the comments. I looked at your interviews on youtube. And i saw some of the comments that people made you know. Some of them had that attitude and also. I heard that you had to s- block australian visitors to your website at some point yes There are some people who are vehemently against there being any little river band other than having those guys in..

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"little river" Discussed on RPM45

RPM45

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"little river" Discussed on RPM45

"Oh i'm i'm twelve. Soul record you ever heard of blend sharks solo record. No no Have you ever heard of be birtles. Soul record no there and it's not that they're not good music. Have you ever heard of little river band records since two thousand. We've made five original records to of alive. You know all new music on it. No because you might run across one but what you know about little river band is that period when the hits were big and we play them exactly. I believed that little river band was it was the right place at the right time for me. And when the time came that people started going absent of this said man your well. Good luck to you. But i'm not number one and number two i think we'll riverbanks. Gotta lot of life left in banner starting the last twenty years and now we're up to the stones being fifty years old. And so you know. I always do research before i talked to anybody and i learned something about the band and i would imagine. You're sick of talking about this but i have to ask you the whole issue of the name of the band. I wasn't aware of this whole controversy. Can you explain it. Sure lure ban was a band name. Our songs were popular but the music was popular and the membership of the band was not a priority now jagger leaves the stones the whole world knows about it but when the lead singer little river band leaves ends of little river band would know but if the next record comes out and the vocals of their and songs there with are the little river band salt on go and that was the The blessing and the bane of it. Being gordon coke faceless band even the guys that were injured at the time called it a faceless ban. We were a band with songs and from australia. No less not even from the country where it was most popular so on we go and somebody left. The people that were left in the band. Said we've still got a lot more music to make and this is strong. We're going to move forward so we continue to tour and this business structure..

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"little river" Discussed on RPM45

RPM45

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"little river" Discussed on RPM45

"Didn't come from one consolidated neighborhood or garage band or whatever they were four different individuals that started to put each other the for songwriters and that was manifest. When we got to george martin and george pick the songs that were available but he didn't know who wrote them he just picked them with you know ears to the best music to make and he left one of them out completely. We immediately started day to at mosser. App was a conference between the songwriters. Management george martin to rebalance the list in terms of quote unquote fairness in terms of income. Because by that point you knew we were guaranteed that the records were going to sell the songwriters. We're gonna make money from the royalties coming in from the records and it was paramount to those four guys that they'd be equal or balanced as as best as possible but when rehearsals started the lead singer also was not. A fan of rehearsing is very spontaneous less jam. Let's work this out push the button and then let's let's go now. Is that glint. That blend was the guy that was probably the the most out of the four from the inner circle. If you will he was obviously it's the frontman he's vastly important to the ban. Glen would show up for two three days for her. So you guys work this stuff out you get your parts chains do your thing get your tones. I don't wanna be sitting there for eight hours a day while you're doing this. So this song writer brought in niles to rehearsal and said wait. Why don't you sing this or well. You'd be a place. Marker for when glenn is back and that's the way i considered it but i didn't know that there was a plan in place to get me comfortable with the song and glen would never ever be as comfortable as i was singing. It was written in marange graham rooted for missing when we got to monster at that was already in place with a few live shows and george decided that i would sing night. Owls and take it easy on me as well for some variety. And you know what. I was looking at your list of hits which is substantial obviously and the night. Owls and i looked at the night. Owls i couldn't place it in my mind so i listened to it yesterday. I thought it was a hip record. Then allow the others. I thought of it that mystique about it from the day it came into the studio to the to the rehearsal it came in on acoustic guitar and immediately jumped in and started making it happen if they'll really good. That was the first time i ever sang lead vocal in a studio and then it goes top five now. Arc started from not knowing if i had a job in march of nineteen eighty. Two were top five by the end of it was just this constant..

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"little river" Discussed on RPM45

RPM45

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"little river" Discussed on RPM45

"And i just thought that's the end of that and they call back mid-march now how much time was there between the time you called them back and the time they called you. Four months call the december and it was all the way into march. I gotta given up on the possibility. I might have called them again knowing it was getting close to that time that they were going to do their thing in april but We got headlong into keeping the band. Working in. Santa barbara and locally. So in my mind is just wasn't going to happen and were you feeling bad about it where you beating yourself up about. Not taking their first offer or are you not that way. No i was that way because when the wheels fell off. Jimmy's world i a- two kids. Now you know pay rent was not an easy thing and it was two weeks before christmas and paycheck. Dengue and i left to go to australia in early april of eighty right place right time against all odds against a nation full of good bass players and los angeles full of great bass players. I just kept able to get through these little hurdles birgit around him and you. So were you playing in australia with them. I mean they were like touring australia. We did we rehearse for a week and then as was their way before the international they always did a few what they call pub gigs in australia. They had more weight to me now. Because now there's these pubs that are shoulder to shoulder people wanting to see little river band before they left the touring situation in australia was way different than it was elsewhere. In the world puzzle were huge. People came to these smaller venues. There were bigger venues but there was a circuit of the pubs. That was all important. You had to be able to cut it in front of people when they're right in your face and it was a badge of honor if you will to and by this time. They're an established group. They're an established group with international hits. They had had one number one again in australia when they came back with. Help is on. Its way but to be honest. Little river band wasn't australia's cup of tea. If you will mad met if i could make an allergy they They weren't hard enough in other got. Acdc and men at work and midnight oil and the angels and so on over all these kind of tougher bands. At that time lure ban was going after america..

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"little river" Discussed on RPM45

RPM45

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"little river" Discussed on RPM45

"Change the night owls and many others. It's gone through numerous changes since then but kerr resigned. I talked with wayne about his beginnings in music his experiences with alar be the legal battles around the group's name and it's terrific. New orchestrated greatest hits. Lp black tie. I don last any as a kid and garage band was being put together. That started a band called the sound investment and it was a high school going into college and so we were together for four years. We actually work our way through and paid for most of our college. It got to the point where we were working almost every weekend. Starting to get rough to make class on monday when you were out doing shows. I finally decided that music was at school wasn't and saw moved into chicago. A very good friend of mine named don marquees was a sax player and was moving around and bands ahead of me and somehow they always needed a singing bass player. It was amazing. How many jobs. I got because he would call and say come on down and check it out from school through getting there. I worked with rb band a rock band. Koala was a funk band. So i had this wide range of musical experience going on before. Seventy eight when my buddy called me to go out to la. And i got a call from from this buddy of mine. And he says i just rented the musicians union there was a card on the wall for percussionist and a bass player for jim messina. I i made the call and his first reaction was. How did you get this number. I said well there was a card of the musician. Jeanie said i didn't put it there and so now i'm on the phone with this legend and i'm a fan and i said i'm really sorry to bother you know but a friend of mine gave me this number. Because he saw was just private number he said look. It's not your fault. i'm getting very close to be ready. Come on up. let's talk. So i'm in the car the next day drive into santa barbara to have a one on one which machine wasn't with the band wasn't with there was there were..

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"little river" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"little river" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

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"little river" Discussed on Fly Fishing Journeys

Fly Fishing Journeys

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"little river" Discussed on Fly Fishing Journeys

"Are familiar with the Debbie's who are a fixture of fly tying in Roscoe beginning in the nineteen twenties. It's the oldest of fly shop canoe running fly shop in America and Joe Fox who is the great grandson of wall and when he did he is in the film he talks about his great grandparents and the stories that he heard in into about Rosco so that comes out very nicely into film as part of history. We have an interview with a felony. Ah Dennis SCARPA who unfortunately passed away. Suddenly right after we filmed him. Dennis says the owner reflect shop called catskill flies. He's a great traditional catskill. Fly Tire has great job. And he's a real character so he rounds out the the fly tying portion of the film and when we address the tires that we go back to the room crosses at all the tires from the Twenties Thirties forties and fifties. Who Don't fill in that gap of fly sports very diverse. It's their sly fishing and fly tying. It's not like baseball. You don't go out and make your own baseball bat ball or so. This sport encompasses a lot. Yeah so we have the tire section of the film. We have the fishermen the great fishermen degrade flyers many of them overlapped and then environmental. Yeah we bring in the conservation organizations that are active in the catskills right. I know the time commitment. I know the money commitment that went behind putting a movie like this together in. I think I know. The quality in the final product has come out in the quality of the film. The cinematography is fantastic. So you're director Aaron and yourself the story the executive producer just did a phenomenal job. How can somebody? I know you're about to release it. I know there's a distribution plan. Here tell our listeners. How in win and what? The processes of the process is for them to see the movie. I I have to thank a man named Billy Richards. Billy Richards is a helicopter pilot. Who does all of CLINT EASTWOOD'S MOVIES? He's a good friend of mine. Billy would not even charge me for fuel so you got I lucked out. I've got some favor the helicopter so anyway the movie is going into just distribution with a company called Cinema Libra Studio. It will be available shortly meaning within probably a couple of months in every conceivable way that you would want to have it streaming video on demand. Blu Ray actual physical blu rays. Dvd's so we can just buy it through the Internet and just downloaded you're going to be able to once they get situated that's awesome. We're we're going to do special events with it. We're GONNA do what they call one and two outs in theaters. Fundraisers and stuff fundraiser. We're GONNA go into hotbed. Towns such as deposit handcock with the film through Cinema Libra and You know we're going to sell tickets and let People Watch the film some we're getting. We're getting a huge demand right now for it. Sorta probably my fault away. He kept telling people any day now. Now now you're a perfectionist in you want it to be perfect and there's a lot of a lot of steps you have to hit along the way to make sure. Ital- you want in the end in our listeners can follow along in the process here at land of little rivers dot com. That's correct and they can actually see timetables on when they might be able to purchase it and all that good stuff. See The story behind the film. The character trailer trailers the directors producer everybody. That was involved good and their backgrounds. Bruce it's been an absolute pleasure to have you on our podcast. It's land of little rivers DOT COM. We're GONNA put link in the show notes on the website on facebook and all the places. You find our podcast. You'll be able to find. The link landed little rivers dot com. Our listeners can follow and see when and how they can go about watching the movie. It's been great to have you on Rob Great. I really appreciate it. It's been fun. Hearing the stories of the catskill areas and skills and the the history of some really cool people and that story about Joan Wolfe Of got me that was that was great. You know you'll probably edit this out rob but when I looked over as you you had come. I add tears in my eyes just every time. Tell that story get yours is but yeah I was. I like moved by that. I could see you removed. It's been great having you on Bruce. Okay man thank you. Thanks for having me. You've been listening to fly fishing journeys with your host Rob Giannino to be notified of new episodes. Subscribe on Itunes spotify stitcher or Google podcasts. You can follow us on Youtube facebook and instagram for past episodes checkout fly fishing journeys DOT COM fly. Fishing is a journey. And we're glad you're on this journey with us..

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"little river" Discussed on Fly Fishing Journeys

Fly Fishing Journeys

09:41 min | 1 year ago

"little river" Discussed on Fly Fishing Journeys

"Situations that they do best and the interview kind of winds through the the fishing. So it's kind of a back and forth type of thing correct and then once we get on the water with them. Everyone was Mike we used. We had drift boats. Everyone was Mike all the characters and they were not asked any questions. They just did their thing. They guided clients. And we unobtrusively follow them and drip boats and shot footage of them casting catching fish getting disappointed when they missed a fish so so for the listeners who are quite familiar with the geography. The location here of the catskills. We're talking about ROSCOE NEW YORK. We're talking the southwest catskills which encompasses never sink river. The willowy mark the beaver kill the East branch of the Delaware River the West branch of the Delaware River and of course the main stem Delaware which is formed by the East and West branches. That's all the filming was done in the catskills. We also filmed in the adirondacks on. Rachel's Home Stream the sable and we filmed Vermont as well as the fishing in this the history we also have a strong presence of conservation. This so the town the closest town would be Roscoe. Well Roscoe handcock deposit would be the sort of like the little mini epicenters of when we did filming those down. Yeah and I want our listeners to get a kind of a field roscoe because it's like trout town Roscoe is called trout town. Usa Roscoe also has a distinguished is distinguished because it won the award two years ago in a national contest for the fishing EST town in America is pretty. It's pretty big company. There is a lot of fishing towns. Well it's very disputed because the people who voted you know. The New York Metropolitan area take more people voting than in Montana Livingston Montana well anyway. So is the epicenter not just of the present day. Fishing that's Roscoe and Louisiana or where the catskill fly fishing center and museum are Yup and catskill fly tying guild which is trying to uphold traditional tying of catskill flaws. Let's talk a bit about Rob Lewis. Why did he appear in our movie? Well Robin I. Our friends were both pattern designers for a company. That's how I met him longtime ago. Rob's just crazy so and in a fun way ROBB had to be in my movie i. It's just he's too much of a character. He's a character you know. That's a great thing about this industry. This industry. There's a lot of characters and rob is the ultimate character. Rob is a freewheeling hard partying fun loving laughing guide and a great fly tire a great guide. Everybody has a good time when rob guys him you know. He takes a lot of people that I don't have a lot of fishing experience and he just turned her day into something. That's completely memorable. Sarah had to be in there. I mean you're on a and rob had a stable of two young of young kids one of which I helped train to tie. Flies road drift boat? His name is Riley Lake. He's in the movies twenty years old. He's a full-time college student. Very smart has guides. License now has his own drift boat. Riley was naturally you know and try to make this movie appeal to show the youth. That's in it. Show that there's women with Rachel Finn show the diversity of Of this this is funny. Oh here's here's what's great about Rob Lewis what other sport can the C. E. O. of? Let's say CITICORP half depend on a broken up busted down guide like Rob Lewis to make his weekend and have the time of his life. So yeah that's what. I'm sorry rob. Broken down says it's not that much of an exaggeration that a little bit. So in what other Duh this job. He does his job and this sport is levelling like Rachel says it's it's leveling you don't have to be world class athlete. You just have. It's a finesse sport and it's a smart and it's a sport that you use your head and you have a lot of time to use your head well tell us specifically what. Rob's role in the movie was like what is what scenes. Okay. Some of the scenes with rob are basically guides day off and we spent two full days. I think three full days. Just filming rob and His guiding friends and I think one client in there and just fishing scenes and robs the banter that goes on and drift up properly guys out of a drift boat. He can't walk ten feet without foreign older. So it's just the antics that go on inside a drift boat for that eight hour period. You are those two people in your boat or three. That's their world your foods there. Your you know you're dope beverage. Possibly so we show the world inside that boat and one scene is absolutely phenomenal. Young kids love it. Where rob is anchored up on four separate fish along a bank. So Rob Coles the play by play to these fishermen like you've got that blank. We had a blanket out fish. There you got the flat rock got be and then rob says. Let's start beeping. Let's even less started beeping. Yeah so how so? That portion of is an inside. Look at what really goes on now. Many people have taken or they personally have a drip book. So they know what goes on but was like guides day off guys but a lot of people don't really realize all the things that have to happen on a travel to make successful okay and then yet mentioned. Here let's move on over into Rachel Finn. I mean she's legendary. She just won a major award. She won the Mark Twain Award. She's a designer for Patagonia. Mark Twain was near an office award. You want as well. She won the Mark Twain Award last year. Okay Okay and she and she and it was awarded in Boston. Which was nice. 'cause Rachel's from Boston and he Rachel Finn Is. It was easy for me for the movie. She's a red headed cigar. Smoking Drinking Jewish Irish person. So how can you not? How can you not show diversity Better how could you know then Rachel so I don't Rachel longtime when I I called her up? She resisted because she didn't think to sing was for real. She knows I joke around a law so we actually filmed Rachel. Rachel being guided in the catskills by Ben Rinker. Who's a friend of hers? And then we went to the adirondacks like I said before and Film Rachel in her element of guiding a young woman who owns a not a winery but a A vineyard whose only who looks up to Rachel and been fly fishing for about four years. The fishing in the two years ago was horrible. They had drought at. Rachel didn't have high expectations and in the movie we ended up. They ended up sticking this huge fishing landing. It there was a lot of site minute. Nats shoot a lot of celebration. How does her personality come out in the movie? What some of the scenes in the movie that you see. Rachel's personality will during the interview section of Rachel the movie. It's great because you know. She was laughed at. Sorta like being a woman guide and she is so tough. She expresses how you know. She she resisted. Rachel was a Yael art school graduate. Oh fine art graduate and She was a ask kicking type of Field Hockey player. She was like Oh she well. She's very athletic. She did all the sports and when she met her to be husband so Rachel threatened her husband that she was going to become a better fly fisherman than him and she did it because Rachel once she puts. Her mind is something she does it. So Rachel Inner interview scenes shows the toughness in the resiliency and to over. Come in those days a woman in what was that. A really a man sport okay. Other than the the Joan Wolf of the world right right or weren't a lot of women and once we started filming her guiding then her real spirit came out because the girl she was guided was not really experienced and Rachel in a way with everything. She did wrong and why she did it. Wrong and Rachel's a great teacher and I came out the movie that she's not just a guide but she can. She can teach sport because she has the passion for the sport. Bruce what are some of the other aspects of the movie? We haven't really covered here. I know there's some interviews in fly shops and you kind of talk to some locals also kind of help us understand round out the movie for US okay. So as part of the history process of this film to bring out the history we Many people.

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"little river" Discussed on Fly Fishing Journeys

Fly Fishing Journeys

09:11 min | 1 year ago

"little river" Discussed on Fly Fishing Journeys

"Now let's head to the podcast I could and we are here live and I am with Bruce Concourse who is the executive producer in the story creative or great new coming out. The stories called the Land of little rivers. Bruce thanks for being on our podcast. Hey thanks for having me rob. I'm excited because we originally met at the international flight tying symposium back a couple of months ago and you show me just a quick trailer of your movie the quality spectacular. It's on the catskills and I said we need to get you on a podcast. Because I love to hear the story behind the story if you will. The Land of little rivers is a documentary of the origins of fly fishing in the catskill areas where some might consider the origins of fly fishing in the entire United States. That's correct rupp. Fly fishing basically began in the northeast region throughout to catskills in Pennsylvania and dry fly. Fishing happened in the catskills with a one Theodore Gordon who received flies from England from a man named Salford and that floated on the water. Theodore Gordon adapted those flies For All types of rivers and that was the birth of dry fly fishing United States and as the books and say that the catskills are the birthplace of Burke. Dry Fly fishing. Now tell our listeners. Who MAY NOT KNOW? Who Theodore Gordon is? Okay so theater. Gordon was an interesting character. He was born in the late. Eighteen hundreds to very wealthy parents and in Philadelphia he became a writer renown for the predecessor of field and stream. Magazine he was an author a writer a fly tire and one day he decided to become a recluse to give it all up any lived in a one room cabin in the catskills where he ended up dying and for years and years slowly started to pass on the secret of the traditional catskill. Fly The dry fly e. and he passed passed that on and that's descended into what the sport became kind of like the father of dry fly. Fishing almost call these cold. The father of American dry fly fishing and so he's kind of covered in your documentary movie covered very well. There's only three known photographs of Theodore Gordon. We found all three of those and we forensically Put them in the movies. It's documentary style movie. So there's GonNa be a lot of photographs. Sorta like A. Ken Burns style that he did with baseball. The civil war so we lead the sing right into the modern era fly fishing and so this is because I want to dive in here. I'm GONNA have you open up with us a bit because when you see this movie it's ninety three minutes long so it's a little better than an hour and a half its high high quality. So I think you're filming on like reds and Really High Quality Hollywood style be shot hammered shot in four k all shot in four K using helicopters. We used helicopters. We use drones. We used handheld there. Was You know quite a production and We turned one hundred sixty hours of filming into an hour. Thirty three minute finished product. We're GONNA dive into how our listeners can watch how they can find it where they can find it in so they can dive in and see this themselves but before we get into the story and the movie has to be an expensive production to make Brousseau. I WanNa talk a little bit about the finance behind the movies and your life and how you became an executive producer. And why you took on a project like this. So why don't you give us a little bit of back story about your career okay? I'm a retired businessman a lot of businesses. Which aren't really important but including the fly fishing industry. I'm a musician of and Anna hardcore fly fisherman. I'm a flat tire pattern. Designer to companies of fly patterns so it started in a very unusual manner. I wrote a song for Rob Lewis. Who's in my movie to go along with his videos for a promotional material for him. So I wrote this song and it's called Rowen Rob and it's part of the movie at the end and then I said to myself you know. This is a unusual thing that we do this fly fishing and no one has ever really done a documentary film. There's plenty of footage of fish being caught fish coming out of the water but no one's ever sat down like Ken Burns did with baseball and sort of put some order to the sport. The reason why did this film was to bring attention to people about this sport especially the younger people that are involved in. Fly fishing or want to I felt it was very important for them to know the history of the sport as well as going out there with their buddies and having a good time catching fit well. That's all phenomenal. I'm not GonNa let you get off that because I've seen I've seen some of the clips in the movie where you've got this beautiful property right there in the Delaware River. It's actually featured in the movie Davis Casting into one of these gorgeous pools which is right off your property. The film cost a ZILLION dollars. So you mentioned you various careers which are important. But they are important to me. Because I'd like to know a bit more about yourself is how you able to come into such a great heritage here and high we able to fund the movie. Well I was looking to Grow up in a family business. Successful family business that went through We were the third generation in every generation kicked it up a notch and my brother and I kicked our businesses up enough that What was industry well we? We owned a shopping center over here. You'll estate and we owned every business in the shopping center. Oh so we had full blown grocery. We had four hundred and something toys at at our peak full-blown Grocery operation appliances. What you would look at a Walmart Supercenter as today but we did it with high quality stuff. We had a high end camera department where You know we. We sold every camera of the day when they were hot. We're on the forefront. When Atari became popular we had them. We had beanie babies we were on the top of retailing in one hundred eighty thousand square feet. Within that complex we also had a full blown sporting goods store and operation. Years was this Nineteen fifty four. We began okay. We ran these businesses and this real estate. My parents my grandparents died. My father died my brother and I took over completely which were anyway. Yup and one day we got you know were. I'm sixty five years old and One day we got an offer from a developer wanted to buy our plaza. He wanted to Redo the plaza because some of our buildings from the eighteen hundreds. It was the old knife factory. What area in the village award and while the New York this is New York? It was used to be referred to as the Sheffield of the United States because we have three major knife factories in Walden because of the wallkill river and the power generation to run. The knife making fantastic. So we've got plot. You had a plaza. You had a lot of the businesses in the plaza high-quality businesses. And then you able to grow those over many years. Well that's exactly what I was looking for. Let me ask you this high. Become into this beautiful property on the Delaware. Well the the piece of property I have is up on the upper east branch of the Delaware. I've had that for a while. Dave Bran is in our film. David catskill legend so in the opening. Pretty much the opening shots of this film. Uc The never sink reservoir. Which underneath of it is theater. Gordon's cabin interesting. They dammed up the never sink. And that's Worth Theater Gordon Fish. He fished the never sink rivers the birthplace of America. Dry Fly fishing along with very famous people in fly fishing. One named Ed Hewitt who we mentioned. The movie had thousands and thousands of acres on the on the never sink Many of which were flooded but the six thousand acres that warned flooded ad was very instrumental in bringing me landlocked salmon. Back to never sink and and He was acquitted of personal. So this opening scene is the never sink reservoir because where this dry fly fishing started and then the opening scene is Dave rant actually fishing one of the spots a beautiful pools. We actually turn the color back on the film to black and white when Dave while fishing describes that this is theater warden river. That's really cool. So do you think you having a place how long you've had the place there on the the Delaware forty years okay? Do you think you being kind of a local owner and having this this beautiful place on the river kind birthdays idea of inside of you to make this documentary film on.

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"little river" Discussed on Fly Fishing Journeys

Fly Fishing Journeys

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"little river" Discussed on Fly Fishing Journeys

"This is the fly fishing. Journeys podcast with hosts. Rob Gino where we have great conversation with really awesome experts from within the fly fishing community. You see the fly. Fishing lifestyle is a journey. And we're glad you're on this journey with us. Check out fly fishing. Journeys Dot Com for more podcasts. And police subscribe on your favorite podcasts player. Here's your host rob. No welcome to another episode of the fly. Fishing journeys podcast. I'm excited to have our guest Bruce Concourse on the pod today. He is a producer for great new film called Land of Little rivers that documents. The incredible fisheries known as the catskills in New York. And the good news is we set up a special relationship and promotion for the Friends of fly fishing journeys if you go to land of little rivers dot com and use code F F J Two Thousand Twenty. You'll get a discount when checking out if you're buying a DVD you'll get free shipping or if you're downloading digital copy you'll get a discount off the digital copy as well and remember to use the Code F F J Twenty Twenty when purchasing your copy to receive those discounts. I do want to dedicate this podcast to the life of catskill legend. Dave Brandt Dave was an incredible fly fisherman and fly tire in his well known in the catskill region and beyond Dave was one of the central characters. The movie as well as discussed here on the podcast at the Edison New Jersey fly fishing show. Unfortunately Dave has passed since then and we do want to recognize both his accomplishments and his contributions to our sport. Our condolences do go to his family. And as I mentioned here we want to dedicate this podcast today before we get to the podcast. I'm proud to announce that not only is the fly fishing journeys APP on the Apple. Ios also available for androids on the Google play store. So now you'll be able to find the fly fishing journeys APP on all your devices. Please do us a favor and head over to the APP store or the Google play store. Download the fly fishing journeys APP. And send us your feedback the benefits of having the APP on your phone is. You'll be able to listen to the entire catalogue of podcasts. Watched the videos and the blogs read the articles in our blog section and have direct access to the social media community. Right on your phone. I also want to thank our sponsors vissel insurance nor vice and the fly fishing show..

"little river" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"little river" Discussed on WTOP

"I think and whether on the aids and when it breaks right depending on where you're starting out this morning you may see some wet roadways out there are also some areas are still pretty dry but just be aware throughout most of this morning into the afternoon rain will kind of over a cover over our area and at times rain very hard to just be where you gonna be dealing with wet roadways now for probably for the next twenty four hours so beginning in Maryland to seventy south and they've been working their route one twenty one Clarksburg the single file right getting by the worse and again on wet roads up there so be aware beyond that point no further issue getting doubts about why also been working the I. ninety five south of the beltway on the exit that takes you to the inner loop in the valley that long flyover beginning by single file Lester that works on the Baltimore Washington parkway no worries getting down to the battling greenbelt and continuing inside the belly toward the district moving well so far in the district itself are quiet so far on both DEC two ninety five and I. two ninety five inbound for town freeway was moving well in both directions I did have a police investigation closing a portion of sixteenth street between fully street and Euclid street last check five guys re directed each way there as a result consider George Avenue a pretty good alternative to a sixteenth street for an hour northwest after driving in Virginia on the beltway interlude headed north to Braddock road continuing over toward little river turnpike you've been getting by that works in single file to write rich hundred WTF traffic storm team four in weather alert voters were tracking the heavy rain making its way our way that rain making its way in here by around six seven o'clock in our western zones through the city around eight nine ten eleven o'clock lasting right on through about the one o'clock hour the heaviest at that is summit locations picking.

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"little river" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"little river" Discussed on WTOP

"Migraine visit migraine disorders dot org to learn more that's my green disorders dot O. R. G. it's four forty eighths traffic and weather on the eight and when it breaks let's go ahead and wrap up some old business northbound ninety five our broken down vehicle before Lorton has indeed been picked up and taken away nothing more to see folks and now you're traveling you're all good to go both directions on ninety five between Springfield and about as far south as Fredericksburg but as you say as one door closes another opens we have new issues to talk about in Fairfax county barely Braddock road west bound this coming out of Alexandria after at little river turnpike before Randolph drive the crash activity near Ridgewood road very Virginia state authorities telling us various lanes blocked but no more specific than that with caution and follow the first responders direction Braddock road west bound near Ridgewood road after a little over turn pike westbound on Braddock road on three ninety five works on still intact southbound after king through the left lane getting by the express lanes on three ninety five they are not working right now they are being worked on scheduled maintenance until Monday morning on sixty six I I believe our most of our overnight work so they picked up but the long term stuff still there the ramp from eastbound sixty six to the inner loop of the capital beltway stay left on the multi lane ramp to get around the Jersey wall there for the long term work and then on the interlude on the ramp to go sixty six west bound that is getting bicycles out of the right again with long term work there in Jersey walls over on the left side to keep you over on the right on sixty six itself he said the westbound works on before and after deadly three blocks the left lane with Nate lanes narrowed shifted to the right we are told sixty six west bound after one twenty three long term work blocks a left lane and continuing work westbound sixty six after Sudley road said to be blocking a left lane Ian Crawford WTOP traffic here's your storm team four four day forecast with Steve prince valley are very unsettled weather pattern continues as we roll here through the weekend a lot of clouds early on this started with some patchy fog a cool start the forties by the afternoon mid sixties with clouds.

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"little river" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

09:54 min | 2 years ago

"little river" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Yes I am I'm spending the money spend more spend more spend more more money throw little river is it cash isn't it interesting my friends that we've been told so much by the Democrats about how Republicans are they're the class under the people of the party of the rich of the upper class that Republicans are controlled by billionaire millionaires billionaires and special interests you're just writing the big trucks to get those Republicans in office and sure enough the the financial savior of the Democrat party it seems comes along there's not one but two billionaires well now only one but they had to billionaires running for president and we're supposed to not notice that all the rhetoric about billionaires was just that it was it was rhetoric it was meant to offer to fool the easily fooled it was meant to convince people who don't do a lot of thinking for themselves that yes the Democratic Party somehow for some reason doesn't rely on big money and big cash donations over the Republicans do that there aren't ultra rich elites at the top of the Democrat party hierarchy find me a prominent Democrat politician and I'll show you somebody who is probably very rich not a little rich very rich there's lots and lots of them Bernie Sanders you might say is one of the few exceptions I mean there Peters the guys the guys my age of course he doesn't no one my age really has any money thanks boomers that's a conversation for another time but you look at the people that are running the party Dino pelo C. and Schumer you look at what's going on now with with Bloomberg and there are cultural rich elites that are directing the Democratic Party in a way they probably Biden's words just just fines were like thirty or forty million I think he's made ten million dollars speaking at least since since he and then when you add books and stuff I'm gonna maybes were twenty millions or tens of millions of dollars okay Joe Biden yeah well at public service that works out really well if you pay like your world class professional athlete after your office isn't that isn't that interesting so in the end this is now a point where we're gonna see this breakdown between the hard left socialist party in this country that really does believe in the stuff and I guess in all this is why the today I'll just have to infuse some of some of the show with my observations you know I was on the from the bill Maher show on Friday which by which if you're watching just watch the panel skip the rest of it will drive you insane and honestly it's a you know yeah I I I got interrupted so many times and they were so much over talking cross talking and also just exposing oneself to that degree of delusion I think is is useful for me it's a reminder that lives really do believe this crap like they think it will get more into this with a corona virus stuff but you can't reason with them they really think the Republicans just don't want people to have good health care they it's not that we have a different approach to making sure that there is more efficient better delivery of health care for more people through market mechanisms no no we just don't want poor people to have health care and the poor people who vote Republican and there are a lot of them they just don't know anything they don't know any better they've just been fooled by the big bad mean you know billionaire Republican class this is like a fable that a child would tell himself or herself at night but this is actually mainstream Democrats thinking now and all you know on on health care in particular there is a a complete lack of connection to reality from Democrats who think that what happened before the trade deal Democrats went ahead without a single Republican vote on obamacare put obamacare through and you know I will what do you get at a massive Medicaid expansion okay so more people have access to free health care in the problem of that is Medicaid is in very good health care and the health care decisions that one makes on on one's own affect very much how how much you're going to be able to benefit from Medicaid a lot of the diseases a lot of the those spending in healthcare comes from lifestyle diseases and from old age the people that think that somehow if you have Medicaid coverage now you're going to lead lead this long healthy life I mean there are unfortunately mistaken but this is how Democrats get through the socialist message this is what they'll say that we're gonna make everybody ever is going to have health care it's gonna be great we're gonna be like other countries what's lost it I mean other countries like Canada and the U. K. what's lost in all this is that we're the financial engine for the whole world we are the ones that are actually coming up with the most jurors and and new treatments for for diseases that are out there new medical therapies across the board that's happening here more than anywhere else can can be a little more a little more left wing as long as America's next door keeping the world safe and propping up the global economy and the global markets but we we've we start taking the approach that some of these more neither not even truly socialist countries which I know we we keep getting bogged down this in England is not a socialist country as a socialist healthcare system and it increasingly increasingly separate private private sector healthcare system these are not socialist countries but promising to give everybody free health care if there's an emotional appeal the Democratic Party effectively is built upon emotion over reason it is built upon promises over history that's what we are now up against all the time conservatives Republicans we look at experience we look at what has worked what is true and then try to apply those lessons in in the policies that we support in the decisions that we make Democrats look at the past and say well that isn't really relevant for what we're looking at now especially on the on economic issues on healthcare on socialism that's not relevant for overlooking it now let's just do it a better way this time but will use the failed principles and tenets of past governments in past countries in order to get there you know and and if you tell them a whole lot of second here are the reasons why that won't work they'll respond with why are you a bad person why do you want people to be without health care why do you want a corona virus to spread within a all it did this stuff that they say is show brainless but there's really a a death of discourse in this country right now and I was honestly what was on display on the bill Maher show but you can't even you can't even have a normal discussion with these people it's all trump bad orange man bad trump is a liar that's it you say well hold on what about this what about the what about the decision to pull US troops out of Afghanistan contingent upon this agreement that's been some of the Taliban which I'll talk about I don't know trump lies trump's bad blood but I thought you guys won the war to end all I don't know stormy Daniels Muller probe impeachment I mean this is this the of the brain you know it's like they've been hard wired that this synapses only fire a certain way and whenever you talk to a liberal about trump just turns it this is what trump derangement is when I was exposed to trump arrange or people's money Allen talk over and and say really stupid objectively stupid things but it feels good to say it because they've been trained at that's what the good people say and the rest of the day I mean this is the essence of trump derangement syndrome you don't deal with the subject matter you don't build the policy you just diving in immediately to how terrible trump is I mean this is what you get Tom's tire for example this is affecting the Democrat race and you hear it all the time any Democrat is a million times better than trump really any Democrat is a million times but on trump what exactly is so terrible I mean they don't have to agree with that with all of trump's wins and in restoration of rule of law when it comes to sanctuary cities are securing the border although does a secure border look pretty good right now considering we're trying to stop a global pandemic from being unleashed inside American borders and wouldn't be Thomas three first world health care to the developing world for anyone across our borders make us at greater risk for the intentional infiltration of individuals who are near enough to the border across you have corona virus and I I want to get to a U. S. hospital ASAP and I'll turn myself in let's go what do you think will happen if you show up at the at the U. S. border and you try to do the usual asylum scanned that's been done now for years and trump in fighting against your over the border and you want to go to that asylum scam and then you say oh and by the way I think I have I think I've grown of ours Asians are not gonna Elizabeth sorry you know you know you stay here under the way the Democrats want under the way the current law would probably work out you end up getting taken in A. N. N. A. U. S. health care facilities I think about the expense year and this is where the Democrats want you you are not allowed to worry about your health and your neighbor self you have to worry about the whole world self your labor your time the government can take that from you to try to give it to other people all over the world because raw one human race men ultimately this is the dissolution of the nation state system the name of a feel good internationalism and that's really with the Democrats think that they want I mean there's the pretense if you push them on this they would say no but it is what they say they ultimately believe in so we shall we shall see how this all how this all works out and now I have to get into coronavirus and what is going.

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"little river" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"little river" Discussed on WTOP

"How at splint dot com slash public sector it's nine forty eight traffic and weather on the aids and when it breaks hi good news in Virginia writing three ninety five north bound the slowdown still back just north of Duke headed toward seminary all the way up to the inbound fourteen just before the bridge the crash has been move safely to the right shoulder and up on that curb so while you're traveling as are available sixty six east before fifty Fairfax there'd been a crash in the left side of the roadway hopefully that's been shouldered sounds like we still got blockages on the toll road east bound for weekly Avenue the incident was along the left half of the roadway staying I believe right to get by the accident activity was up near route seven gone in a little bit about way remains heavy right out of the Springfield entertain slowing through Annandale again little heavy passing sixty six then you'll slow one twenty three all the way up to the legion bridge good news I think only a V. dot trucker two left on the shoulder outer loop does said the accident activity before at little river turnpike after Gallo's read if anything was left was on the shoulder otherwise the cameras were seeing seeing nothing left on the shoulders of all your traveling is available and hopefully that focal point gone George Washington parkway come in southwest bow run earlier had one broken down in the left lane Braddock road going eastbound before one twenty three accident activity may have only one lane getting by in Maryland topside Adelaide just heavy getting much better New Hampshire toward Georgia slow that was you approach the big curve merging with traffic coming off the south bend's for writing down toward the legion bridge I ninety seven south after three and thirty to the crash thing left to get by north bound I ninety seven after one hundred the crash blocks the left half twenty nine in Silver Spring southbound before prelude drive the accident blocked the left lane there's emergency construction at Hagerstown I eighty one south bound after sixty eight exit one it's blocking the left lane of two otherwise to seventies find coming out of Frederick right down through Hightstown little heavy at one eighteen then you've got still delays you're straining Grove in three seventy headed down toward the lane divide Jack Taylor WTOP track right check fell a wet forecast all the way through this week I think right now well up until Friday we can trade in sort of the trade off you can either.

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"little river" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"little river" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"You go. There you go. What did I tell you that? I can't remember when I made this little trip on my around my property, but I think it was last Sunday. So I would not have told you guys yet. But I told you at the bottom of my property was a ravine, and we always wondered if there was ever any water in it and for most of the year and most of the rainy season, you know, nothing down there. Now, there's a nice little river running through it little creek down there. Yeah. And then we we walked around the property. And because there's the state has a or the county has a little park type reserve area preserve over there. And I was looking at some of the wildflowers that have already started in. I have never seen. And I probably should have. But I've never seen the California peony, which is a native to southern California. And I was just shocked. That's kind of nice before the house was building you move in seeing everything that goes on in and around your property. So you'll have an idea of what to expect like, oh now there's water down there. So I guess I can't expect that or or if you wanna turn your house three hundred sixty degrees because of a different view, you appreciate more than what you I thought. Which is a great idea with John's Newhouse, it's huge lazy. Susan. Pathway, describe it. It goes under the foundation, and he can turn his house. They need direction. He wants to. Yeah. We went up to Seattle in eight in that restaurant. Inspired you, and we were inspired, right? There's a house in the Mesa like up about helix that spin it spins really, see it from the eight freeway. It's as big circular house at night and actually has lights that are on it kind of they're probably like LED strips. Right. And it it house actual spins actually, spins now, can they generate their own electric? I think you would get if you're sitting in the house that you were spitting at you might pave isn't such a bad idea. That's pretty good. Okay. So we do have a break coming up here when we return John's Kuldeep John's quarter the week, and then we'll let you in on who's sitting to the right of tiger to my left as we get things going here on this Saturday morning. Thank you so much for joining us at eight five five four three or four nine hundred five want to give us a call. You can also Email us John at garden, America dot com. The audio on Facebook should be a bit better right now. You can also obviously pose your questions. Ask your questions comments on Facebook live. That's probably the best way as we continue. Brian main John NASCAR cappella FOX is your Saturday morning sixteen after the hour. We're going to step aside. Take a break coming.

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