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Three National Guard members die in chopper crash in upstate New York
"Three national guard members were killed when a military helicopter crashed in upstate. New york wednesday evening. According to officials the aircraft a u h sixty medical evacuation helicopter was on a routine mission when it crashed in mendon. It's a rural town right near rochester. about six. thirty in the evening and witnesses told The national guard that they saw the chapter flying low near the ground. It wasn't immediately known what caused the
"mendon" Discussed on The Gerry Callahan Podcast
"Said A to when the bubble walls thing happened. Is this country race relations in this country must pretty good because They don't have enough real racial incidents. To protest we need fake ones. We need hoaxes, and in this case I. Don't know that I mean. I don't know if we could pop up that picture of the people outside the subway either they're really stupid, or they just want to pretend that that they care that they are empathetic, and we're not because they're outside the subway with signs, it black lives matter, and all this and they could not have really believed him I. Mean you've spent ten seconds thinking about it. A three hundred pound, very imposing man or a sandwich and a guy, a little clerk at subway. There's the there's the virtuous white folks What does that sign right in front? Say out there protesting because a guy made up a lie about subway tried to ruin the lives of a clerk and an owner of subway, and of course turtle boy. He doesn't believe it for ten seconds. I don't most people. Don't these idiots I don't know if they do or not, but but it's simply. On its face absurd someone would have said we don't serve your kind I mean. How old is the subway worker like twenty? And one of them is biracial. Ones like Hispanic and they're going to say we don't serve your kind to. Jerry, I looked like baby and cloudy yeah. I'M GONNA I'm GonNa Opera believe that. I think they believe it. Because these people live in this town in these towns were nobody's black and they. They don't understand. They're not used to mixing with people. Jerry that don't look like them. So the first time they do their instinct automatically well. I don't know anything about you so I have to believe everything you say because your experience I've just read about I. Don't know anything about you I. Don't. Don't I don't understand the concept that Oh crap. Black people can lie just like white people to white people have lied all the time so like in this got right, but here's the thing, even if the clerk that that person that making the subs hated black people, even if she or he was a racist like Nick Cannon Level Racist. Even if it was a hey, they're not going to tell this guy. GonNa serve you. Honestly and you point out that he's a black lives. Matter activist, you suspect. He's behind another hoax, Abraham, but in this case he got caught. Obviously, there are cameras there witnesses. Obviously, there's common sense and the owner I guess when we go on. facebook group in Mendon and posted the real story. He gave this guy a deadline. Apparently about went to you know correct this and put the truth out there and the guy put out a video that lasted like two minutes and what you read off. A script admitted that it was a quote. Unquote misunderstanding miscommunication and they took the video down so this guy decided to go on facebook and post the entire truth as did a couple employees who commented. Oh, so, you got you got this statement video. You ripped it and. Okay so let's let's put here. I want to make a quick announcements for everybody on here. A simple. Conclusion and ending to all this. I want to make a public to anyone that may have seen or heard about the incident. That had vented about subway. in Midland last Friday on fish. I want to make clear that I had vented. Or what I had rented about was directed towards employees and not the subway I have been in constant communication with the franchise owner, and he has a show me that this type of behavior is not acceptable him or his leadership. At this occasion he is not racist and believes an equal opportunity shown to. Shown and the diverse staff that he has employed. Here's review the camera footage showing my visit to. He and I believe there may have been a misdemeanor change between employees and myself. I am willing to accept that and move on with the whole set no one. Ever leaves a store feeling the way I did. It's remorse sounds like this. The owner the owner didn't back them up at all. The owners notes that guy's lying and it's amazing. It is I mean that should be a crime that should be a deals. Try To ruin. The life ruined the life of a clerk a worker there are ways worker making sandwiches and the hardworking entrepreneur that owns the place. He was trying to ruin their lives by lying about something in this very incendiary time a, why can't they? They should arrest him today. They should arrest him. Wasting police resources they'd be. They arrested Jussie smollet another another subway hoaxer. It's funny, though remember the check in New York City, who called the cops on that Guy Bird watcher month ago, her life was destroyed because she called the police and told Tall Tale at least exaggerated. What happened was a little bit overly dramatic about it. And this guy literally make things from scratch, the and the woman, the woman in Central Park is still facing charges, even the guy. Cooper the guy who does not want to press charges. He said he's not going to cooperate. And this guy literally in Texas A and M. Guy. He's still enrolled in school there. He's not even that he's. He's denying it was him say it and everyone knows it was him, and it looks so silly. Go look at the thing right on the windshield, says all lives, matter and You don't belong here you. Wave De, legitimizing the phrase, all lives matter. That's all that was clearly. That's why he threw that one in there because he wanted to make it. Saying this is what all I've. Matter really means. Check it out, so do you think there's zero chance this Guy Kevin Wheeler? The two hundred ninety pound race racial hoax, her faces, any charges correct I. Don't know about that Jerry. The mendon police I've I've been told by reliable sources are taking seriously. The time wasted especially with the church incident because they've spent. They've wasted a lot of time investigating that one so the church incident. There's a banner there That's a black lives matter twenty feet in the air. It would require a ladder somebody going up there literally, just cutting it in half. And leaving now, why? Why would somebody do that? In many in the guy spoke at there was a rally afterwards to support the Church and the guy was the speaker and he's talked about. Thank you, thank you guys for being really hard. So this is everything that's wrong. Society is that a two hundred ninety pound muscular bound man. Got Got his feelings hurt Jerry I mean this Paris I. This is what people are trying to obtain as victimhood, its currency like dude. You're a big strong man. Take some pride in yourself as you point out. He got his sub and he cookies strep is on video begun to somebody got cookies, and he said he took it out to his car and cried. Arrange that to actually go I mean when you decide to pull that Vaca- Crime I mean. Is that premeditated? Thinking? Okay, I'm going to get the food I then I'm going to do the facebook live. Are you just get out and you're like you know what I'm just GonNa. I'm GonNa roll with the right yet slow day I. Want I want a little attention? He had the microphone at that Black Lives Mel rat matter rally that you referred to. He was speaking. The attention was on him. He was enjoying it. He doesn't want his fifteen minutes to end, so he claims and I guess when you have useful idiots like these morons outside the subway. You feel like this is easy. They'll fall for anything. I'll tell them again a two hundred ninety pounds. Absolute rock of a guy. goes out to his car and cries with his cookies. I mean and.
"mendon" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"It's terrible but again a god know for years yeah a lot of organic vegetables and herbs and people don't realize what a what's going into the pool guy even on the local level my neighbor used to work for the local and there was to use the weed killers I know that doesn't it is delicious and it looks beautiful but some of that we have to do our own up and that you know internet porn and you're absolutely right we have to do our homework about who we're going to support contract for the small farmers you know I'm sorry no no it was an homage in Mendon Massachusetts that grows organic I'll really they're all over the place yes the one we just have to do our homework and and some of them delivering stuff now so you'd be surprised and add you know don't you think that like a busy working comp all let's say they're making a good living they could even pay someone to start a small hobby farm at their house and keep it going that way I predict in the future especially the harmony of food listeners and that's what's going to start happening I'm not gonna say we're not ever going to go to you know to the food store again that's ridiculous but I am going to say that we're going to start growing our own potatoes broccoli and you know exciter us some our own stop federal organically exactly and I don't know that the that the Elena work for retired guy that will be awesome and if you ever you know if you ever doing that for people let us know you get you have a free you can actually you know talk about it here free on the show maybe people will hire you yeah I'd be happy to do that considering the issue yeah and you sound like a little knowledge and I know I know you're not falling over and weight watchers right so I see your commercials and I just have to laugh I go oh my god one of these days my house is going to be mad at me I'm gonna throw a brick through the television when I see her come on and talk about you know they only show her the way too slow oh you're so welcome and thanks for calling in and now Chris thank you your site for holding on this is a harmony with food show and first of all I want to know what you're pissed about well yeah I think all all the stuff in these foods these days is ridiculous I I try to stay away from as much as I can excellent I wanted out I want to ask you about that so called plant based meat.
"mendon" Discussed on Ace and TJ
"Pretended like she was calling to order a pizza so the police would have time to make it there. Air and the assailant wouldn't try to leave. You'll hear part of the nine one one call and the operator talking about it on order you call nine one one order pizza so yeah this is a wrong number to call for a pizza. No no no no no no no no. You're not getting you know you see it on facebook but it's not not something that anybody has ever been trained for. We're just trying to listen to the other guy still there. I need a large pizza medical. You need medical now for. Its owning your sirens off before you get there. Caller ordered a pizza agreed with everything. I said there's domestic violence silence going on. They were able to get the guy that's smart. I saw that on. Whatever Deborah Norville show is I think is one? That's out on Friday edition. Yeah it was. It was really cool. I did that good for her again. Good for him for being able to pick up on it. You know the nine one one operator. Yeah not hanging moaners right Riggins I have something quickly for you and delicious audio okay What is your biggest complaint about country music? Something Ed that happens in country music that you hate oh using the line about Fade known back wreck in some form of Woman's feet being on the dash feet on the dashboard. Well there is a there is a bad a outlaw type type country singer from Mendon Louisiana which is close to where I'm from his name's Wade Reeves. I was listening to Wade Reeves this more and even the outlaws.
Content Intelligence With Bill Galusha, VP Marketing at ABBYY
"Guest today is is Bill Galicia. WHO's the director of Product Marketing at Abbey High Bill. Thank you so much for joining us on this podcast today. Thank you for having me on. Welcome bill and thanks for joining us. We'd like to start by having you introduce yourself to our listeners. Tell them a little bit about your background and your current role at Abbey sure so I currently work for have you have been there for about a year and a half now. I'm the Director Director of Product Marketing I head up our innovative products group focusing on some of the growth markets that we see and kind of we're Abbey's technology can be we're customers can benefit benefit within different markets and different industries prior to come into abby and I've been in the offer industry and a price offer industry about twenty three years now working for both small Paul Startup companies and large enterprise companies like EMC as well as Colfax previous company. I worked for so my background has been both in product management product marketing focus on enterprise software everything from processing and understanding content to business process automation platforms. I have managed as well to his sounds great and in one of the things is that when we spent a lot of our time talking to enterprises and organizations both in the private sector as well as the public sector you might think of information stuff that's stored in databases and applications applications but as we all know like ninety plus percent of the information that is flowing through the enterprise and the organization is unstructured. It's information that's an documents and emails and texts and voicemails videos and images and even log files you just kind of like lots of the stuff that's just kind of dominating the enterprise between all of that and it makes over ninety percent of the information so clearly that's part of the reason why people are looking at technology is like ai machine learning extract more value from this and try to learn and find the patterns earns you. How are you seeing companies using AI and cognitive technologies to extract more value from this vast treasure trove of information in the enterprise yeah yeah great question and you know if he kinda rewind go back ten fifteen years. You know a lot of enterprises were processing information that was trapped on papers. You saw a a lot of canning going on in back offices high volume scanning in with the purpose of turning that into digital information and extracting the content the data from those documents and putting it into systems systems and paper has gone away. There's been this kind of this thought that well. We don't have you know unstructured content documents to deal with anymore. which really isn't the case anymore or in really what you see is that a lot of the content is now being digitized at the point of origination and being sent in as documents minutes attached to an email as an example or being captured on a mobile device so you still have this requirement where you have all this unstructured information that's trapped within these documents then needs to be understood and extracted and connected into a business process and those processes really transcend many different industries banking insurance logistics excess manufacturing? Some of these processes are back office so you think a good example is really in finance so you get processes like invoices purchase orders and sales orders and some of that is digital so you have companies that work with their vendors and it's all the information digitally transferred but again some of these documents are are captured the source attached as say a PDF or an image to an email sent in and that's really where Abbey's technology comes in the play to be able to understand classify what what type of document is this an invoice from ABC companies from a different company being able to extract the information say from Invoice the header the photo Lai nine details really putting heading into a structured format inputting information into a system like New York P. System Mendon connecting a to a process where he will have approvals and reviews along the way while too so There's a lot of different use cases so some of these are in the back office a lot of our front office where it's directly connected to a customer experience so banking is another good example where a lending process will kick off requirement for certain documents be sent in by that consumer. I mean those are documents that Abbes technology and Dan the used to not only are the technology digitize it but also be able to classify extract and continuously learn on you know what type of document and so those are as well as being able to extract the information and enacted into the appropriate system and
"mendon" Discussed on WBAI
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"mendon" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE
"Can certainly look into that. And the other thing that I found amongst his things after he passed was Houston envelope. And it has the Doboy on it. And I don't remember what stamp was on it at the moment. But I thought that was pretty unique. I've never seen that before. Uh-huh. It sounds like you have some remarkable artifacts. And you should you should reach out to some organizations that you might start with that that World War. One museum in Kansas City. I think they'd be quite interested. One eight six six five O, JIMBO one eight six six five zero five four six two six attorney to this Holtz Mendon prison, and and the commandant what kind of a gentleman was this this German officer. Well, he was an absolute piece of work is probably the best way of saying it before his name's Karl Niemeier and before he was a commandant of Holzmann, and he was at a camp second in command and just to give you an idea of the candidate individual. He was some prisoners were gathered at at the gates to welcome some some new individuals and Niemeier did not like that. So he had them rush by charge and the number of them of the British prisoners and allied prisoners were stabbed in the back by. The the the British had any number of appetites that they would cast on on Niemeier. They call them a CAD. They call them a low bred ruffian. They call them cheat the plausible rogue he was. I'll give you an idea. Not even his dog liked Carl Niemeier. Straight out of Hogan's heroes in a sense. He had lived the born in Germany had lived actually in the United States. And if you believe in many of his tall tales. He was a bartender and Milwaukee or billiard maker or a spy or a war hero. The prisoners called in Milwaukee Bill, and he was an absolute tear. All right now. Then tell us about the the prisoners who acted I suppose someone had to organize this who is the leader the ringleader if you will the leader and really the the hero escape. Ours is is an individual named David Gray. He was the father of the tunnel. He was born in. India had a kind of a drunk of a father, a gambler father and David wanted to be everything he wasn't. So he joined the military to very young age. He actually became an army sapper participants Murli battles in World War One and then saw some planes flying in the sky and decided he wanted to be an RMC pilot. He spoke six languages fluently. He was absolutely brilliant. He was stiff military bearing and when he was captured his single focus from the very moment. Go was escape get back to my squadron. Get back to the fight. Wow. Any colorful carriages that may have paralleled. Oh, some of the the figures from the the greatest scape movie the on thinking of for example, the Steve McQueen character James garner. Character anybody like that? Well, I mean there were there were any number of just absolutely fascinating. And vigils in the story. See so Blaine who was the sort of young upstart. He was only nineteen years old youngest individual and his squadron, and he would do anything to get beyond the wall. Sometimes the guards would would turn the other way, and he would try to leap over the fence. He was captured again and again and again was sent back to camp. There was an individual who was called the Houdini of escapes. He was able to transform himself into any disguise in shape. And and get his way out. There was a poet will Harvey who wrote brilliantly the sort of narrator of these events writing about what it was to be a prisoner. He. Leapt from a moving train trying to get out and then wrote brilliantly of of life as a prisoner of as he called it the sort of mold dickers- on you. If you don't try to escape. Wow..
"mendon" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Pretty good i isn't the invited state commission don't they i mean they'll do the same judges or most of the mendon submission anyway somebody beaten to a bloody pulp when it comes down to why can't they like post the results after each round like a baseball game the judges you know make people responsible like that because it's all like a sheet like you don't know what's going on and then you get this onesided joe like where's this judge coming from like eight point different from the other judges maybe should get conor mcgregor and your next movie what yes yeah well he he would be great 'cause i mean he he loves the camera and he's good on camera he struck he strikes me as a character from guy ritchie movie yeah he he's a looks totally two smoking barrels that walk he's got that whole vinnie jones thing yeah when i think he's kinda got that that charisma he's eat up with charisma so how much longer you gonna do this johnny the interview i mean your career where you're throwing your body all over i know that there's only so many chases i can take you know 'cause i when my stunt i don't know how they're going to end i know it's going to in bad but i don't know how okay so what's next i don't know developing a couple of other movies in just taking a break from stunts for second just because of all the concussions.
"mendon" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Georgia hearing you talk about that it sounds like you get at one with nature you know woody allen early on in his commentary said i am to with nature but you kind of unifying up there with the seagulls and everything else quiet you don't have any engines another reason why gavin says look at the sky will go to the sky and actually i'm going to be in mendon i'm speaking in mendon on saturday at a gliding kind of festival over the weekend which is going to be a fantastic experience and it's all going to be about that is all going to be about how the clouds are the beacons for glider pilots i'm not a pilot myself but i'm looking forward to going up and doing some soaring where some of the pilots there over this wave camp weekend in mendon nevada and you're absolutely right that hawks amazing readers not only of the clouds but also of the thermals lifting off the ground which we can't see which generate the fair weather cumulus clouds so they can just sense it was such sensitivity the wings at the that the feathers at the tips of their wings i believe that's how they can just feel when they're getting into thermal and so they know which way to turn presumably there's some similar thing that you can do is collide a pilot but types of his ways well there is sort of you can just feel the left on once i am i right george says you can feel the left can you georgia wow he's not having a good time.
Skeletal remains found in park where Little Rock teen vanished in 2015
"Give director rita score says by endorsing a specific set of religious beliefs on government property politicians are violating the constitutional rights of the people the lawsuit seeks to have the monument removed in the ten commandments monument display act declared unconstitutional officers and detectives with little rock police and fbi red shell lamont park yesterday for the discovery of skeletal human remains 2016 mont park was searched by the l our pd when investigating the disappearance of eighteen year old baby step acc her car was found at the park and it's the last place she was seen arkansas online reports the discovery was made yesterday inside a drainage pipe the remains were not identified yesterday and it's unclear when the identification will be completed there's a new sheriff in plastic county eric higgins will replace current sheriff doc holliday fox sixteen reports higgins won out over polaski county sheriff's major carl mendon and with no republican challengers that makes him the new sheriff higgins is a former litter doc assistant police chief he'll oversee the largest sheriff's office and the largest county jail in arkansas your exclusive accuweather forecast just ahead of rush limbaugh newsradio one or two point nine k a.
"mendon" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"That's music from the robert ming din ensemble from their album long journey home in a piece called eclipse of the moon which features these terror caught a flower pots this couple of glass jugs that they're blowing in two and then kind of over the top you hear these water phone instruments which do have water in them and when you bo them the water moves around in changes the sound in the water phone has made an appearance or two in a horror movies you could i think easily see how this irri sound would fit pretty well in that context but here it is in a much less fraught musical setting the album called long journey home from the robert mendon on sample i said this both win then water in that peace but the next piece kinda ups the anti because all of the instruments both those that use wind and the one that uses water are invented instruments spy this brazilian troupe called walk g you a k t i pronounce walk chee they have done a lot of music with glass instruments they've actually done a whole album of music by philip glass i've seen them perform a couple of times and they have this instrument which they call the akwa long the mentioned it earlier in the show it is a kind of a flute a tube but instead of blowing through it you poor water through it and it produces the various tones i guess from the overtone series of the the pipe it's the strangest thing to watch to watch them play it they do also play more conventional slightly more conventional flutes and bird calls and whistles which they have made and which actually they blow into so there's wind and water in this piece as well and a healthy dose of precaution to all of it built by via the members of the banned the group is walk chief from brazil the albums called mapa and this pieces a lender mm ooh we with oh mm one her two.
"mendon" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"If people could out there no what we have going on tonight because we've got seriously there's three guys in here they're not only using mieno local at a level that so much further than anyone else but they're they're impreza singing and bringing it to a look a place where we can drink it in its approachable whether were drinking at eating it i mean i were just flat out rolling a rounded at i'll tell you the other night when we are cana that was how how many courses did we have and how i mean there was an end there wasn't anything by the way that we had that night that wasn't from colorado and worse we're in the middle of winter by now you know it was it was february second or something like that i don't know but the reality is as were in the heart of winner and this guy over here here is bringing a menu that is 100 percent local i i don't know what was on the menu i mean his grains that he's making his bread with his butter that he makes from cream that his lok from from cream local cream local cow let's do this on a chef kyle mendon haul from uh r k i say arcana in boulder speak on that to why it's important to source sir why it's important to you to source a you know everything locally from colorado yeah i mean i think uh i think there's a lot of that that we here very often you know the whole the whole local thing and i think that there's always call is sort of the loveydovey feel good part of it um but you know that the truth is in order for it to be sustainable has to be something the very real and tangible and have sort of financial impact and things.
"mendon" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"And the church yourself and do we daily reach out to the savior who first sought us out by becoming one of us or maybe we'll find our relationship with a gorgeous trailed off like the relationship with a former coach or teacher who we still respect but we rarely call or visit or it could be filled our relationship with the lord is almost nonexistent may be other habit may be out of fear may be because of the bad example of others when we finally do reconnect with those mentors who of love does so deep down we feel the we've done ourselves so wonderful favour let this be our gift to the word to those around us and to ourselves that this crispus when we pure into the stable and behold the christ child we will resolve in god's grace to deepen our connection our relationship to our savior in the church and if that relationship is colder distant to drawn your to him who witness burst see has made himself utterly and lovingly accessible to us in the words of pope francis contemplating is humble and then for the love let us simply tell him thank you thank you because you have done all this for me may you have a most blessed and the most joyous christmas yeah let us style profess our hopefully catholic faith i believe vim one god the father wrong might baker of heaven and earth of all things visible than invisible i believe one lord jesus christ the only be gotten son of god warned of the father before all the ages god from god white from light crude god from true god be in not made con substantial with her father threw him all things for obey for russ mendon for our salvation he came down from heaven and by the holy spirit was in cognitive the virgin mary and became man for our sake keep this crucified denker punchers pilot he suffered death was buried it rose again on the third day in accordance with the scriptures he ascended to heaven and this seated that the right hand of the father he bowled come again and glory to judge the living of the dead and this can dible have go ban i believe the holy spirit vilvorde the giver of life your proceeds from the father in the sun with father in the.
"mendon" Discussed on RobinLynne
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"mendon" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football
"Mmm curb banker it's been pretty good the cavaliers their hooves they've been pretty decent so far this year it seems as if bronco mendon hall has them ahead of schedule ward knows it wouldn't be the first time this year that you va is put up a fight uh i don't know i think this game is probably within the point spread i mean for jinya has beaten georgia tech they've beaten north carolina both not comfortably but you know the beat them both ripois estate early on stevens isn't bad the gave up a little bit hutzel amar jackson loeb last week looked battle habit little bit that'll happen thai it could have been lower honestly so the loss bc wasn't great i just i i wouldn't bet against miami at this point i think there too many ways for them to win but man i would not just nineteen and a half kip over this game nineteen and a half toyota points the i wouldn't skip over it nineteen and a half cumulus kennedy who's not out okay whose plus the points here yeah i think the who's can come spoiled spoiled by all i apologise sites army tech pit have give dramatically and say well that absolutely not do you have got iowa state bela it's not going to be great yeah utah washington which would be a little bit fun who knows um now san jose state is god awful purdue iowa okay it's been a rough second half of the season for purdue.
"mendon" Discussed on WGTK
"He had a friend of his was by unveiling who was the nanometer for shrek at that time and we got to be good friends friend them and they tend to algeria and they have to join our church solana i came in and i said the brian exit bryant what can i do of these things any he says let's put them together and that's how it got started at just uh it it takes a while to do a balkans get yours creations and uh i wanted to do it on each day but it's very expensive to to uh the uh the republican side and the color on the other side and that didn't work so that's how it came came about and everybody does like the book it uh she was my sister was very clever and the way she illustrated the waste away us uh i she was born uh uh uh in that had it show like poppins lumen crackle and it's just really clever the see the way uh the law snow quakes snowflake is formed in that it it goes into where uh he falls in preston he's on the under the ground doesn't now i see that give up and she did a clever thing on the uh with with uh the dark ice under the ice in the field the iceberg and uh she put a flashlight there and it's just really really clever and the and the children do love it absolutely it is a neighbors ever no question about it and when you talk about first volume of going to the mendon hall glacier that's had to be amazing i could see how that would be aspiration did you did you ever think now larry we see this glacier you're having masing experience tasca we get roaming around in your your head for her bay listening each side put it on paper and he said it becomes this jerry did you ever think that he would arrive is destination with this really cool.
"mendon" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"We got to be good friends with them and they moved into the area and they happen to join our church so one day i came in and i said to brian said bryant what can i do of these things and he said let's put them together and that's how it got started at just uh it it takes a while to do a book and get yours creations and uh i wanted to do it on each hey but it's very expensive to wanted the writing a one tightened the color on the other side and that didn't work so that's how it came came about and the everybody does like the book it uh she was my sister was very clever in the way she illustrated the waste way us uh ice he was born and uh in that had it show like poppins lumen crackle and it just really clever the see the way uh the snow no snowflake was formed in then it it goes into where uh he falls into gets though press than he's under under the ground and now i see dust one he just wants to give up and she did a clever thing on the uh with with uh the dark icy under the ice in the in the iceberg and she could have flashlight there and it just really really clever and the and the children do love it absolutely it isn't it incredibly clever i'm no question about it and when you talk about first bite number going to the mendon hall glacier that had to be amazing i could see how that would be inspirational did you did you ever think now why are each new see this glacier you're having masing experience in alaska we get these ideas roaming around in your your head for her bay listening had side put it on paper and as she said it.
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"And i took a cruise to alaska and i was a bit on the boat and i was watching the scenery and uh and then we went to the mendon halt glacier and we sometimes you can't get in there with a cruise ships will your because the ice bergs or so huge but we are able to get in there and then we we've got a fairly close to the glacier and that's when a one of the uh one of the shirts uh icebergs fell off your that terrible while to like a gunshot and uh that impressed me and then when i saw when it fell in i saw that blew color from the ice and i just made an impression on me so then i was in the cruise ship and my will i said i'm calling up to the library to read and then i went up and my i was up there for a couple of hours and my wife came back to what did you do she's i had this region of this book i see the iceberg and she said really and they said yeah but i didn't know what really to do with it so uh i happen to be back and bring them to new york where my my sister lived at that time and i gave the manuscript to her and uh i went to visit are a couple of months later and all of a sudden she gave me all these oldest rations that she had come up with an she's a nurse uh she doesn't really have an art background but everybody that ceasar illustrations in both books uh i think she's just really really create a so i quit uh uh she gave me this man is the team at the oldest rations and they were sorta clever impact you can't put him in the book because like when you had the ice when you see the mountains she put glitter and everything on knows and you couldn't really that i couldn't put that in the book so i had these two illustrations and i didn't know what to do with them and a uh we were nancy's husband lives out in burbank and he uh we got a tour of dreamworks and he had a friend of his was bryant dealing who was an nanometer for shrek at that time and.
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"Uh finally disappears into the ocean whereas it totally melt that if you can see where he breaks up in it so you uh and then but then he deterrent now he's really the but then he comes fillets again as a snowflake and now this in the book i said he has no fear anymore because he knows what happened uh from when he was afraid from before so i feel it's a pretty good life lesson for children that you can get really down and depressed but uh when you when you come back you know what you're going aired the second time is that what you hope kids will take away from the book yup i would uh not specially with a walk seeing how snowflakes formed and then how glaciers are form uh i didn't know about a product having but i didn't but they can figure it out when they get a crack and it falls but i would have uh uh that's what i really would like i like that that's what makes him happy and i i like that he envoy well what it termed opportunity for me to spend some time with larry friend fascinating guy just even him talking about getting inspired by going to the mendon hauled glacier boy a place i've always wanted to go a glacier i've wanted to see its thirteen point six miles long and it's an mendon honked valley just to give you some perspective on this it's about twelve miles give or take from downtown juno and boy that's alaska beautiful beautiful country the book fabio pushed rations amazing see the iceberg you can pick it up wherever great books are sold larry friend thank you so much for that and coming up in our next hour we're an actually talk to larry about squirrel elite this world'll thanks so much to all of you for listening to america's tonight.
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