35 Burst results for "Missoula"

"missoula" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:14 min | Last month

"missoula" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In the consensus calls for a year over year increase of average hourly earnings of about 4.7%. That's down from the 5% we saw last month. Are you surprised that that number never really ticked that much higher than where we've seen in the last 6 months or so? Well, again, the hourly earnings number that we're talking about in here. Is for a very, very small microcosm of people that are employed. What I do worry about in the upcoming payroll employment numbers is to potential impact of E and on the data. It's something that was brought to my attention the other day by a colleague of mine. And it is a significant significant risk. I'm often these kinds of disruptions even though they're localized. Do you have an impact on the macroeconomic data? This time through it could wind up with a spurious increase in the hourly earnings number because hours may have been held back while compensation wasn't. What's your recession call, Steve? I mean, a lot of folks are kind of banding about. Good question. How long will it be? A, well, we have one, B, how long will it be kind of how deep? Well, again, it's not a credit cycle. So it's not going to be the depth of the recessions that we've experienced. Either from COVID or from the financial crisis. It's also not going to have any additional fiscal stimulus coming down the pipeline. So it is going to be a recession of several quarters. And it is going to be deep enough in terms of labor market against the backdrop of a very, very low start to the unemployment rate. So we could get into that 5 and a half 6 category, which is significant move up. You could say it's almost doubling the unemployment rate. Doubling would actually get 7%. But it's a very significant upward movement in the unemployment rate from how low it started. You know, it's great. Steve shut up for Halloween when his neighbor went. The natural. Sure. Yeah, of course. You are a gay reject. He had on the closet for the 70s. It worked out. Saver shudo, thank you so much. Economics jokes on November 1, they really work. Steve showed up, Missoula America's chief U.S. economist. Michael Barr has no idea what I'm talking about with the news. In

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Tatum and Brown combine for 57, Celtics top Heat 111-104

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last month

Tatum and Brown combine for 57, Celtics top Heat 111-104

"The Celtics are two and zero after Jayson Tatum and jaylen Brown led them to a one 11 one O four win at Miami Celtics coach Joe Missoula For the most part though we did a good job in the physicality You know it's a great this is a great test for us I thought our guys did a great job responding but we'll be judged by how we handle our success Tatum delivered 29 points and Brown added 28 The heat went on a 26 run to take a 71 69 lead But the Celtics followed with a 26 bird of their own and led by as many as 14 before Miami got within 5 late in the game Tyler hero had a team high 25 points for the zero two heat I'm Dave ferry

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Grant Stinchfield Shares His Origin Story

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:35 min | 2 months ago

Grant Stinchfield Shares His Origin Story

"The things that I've always said about this and my listeners have heard it many times from interviews from everybody that I've done from political leaders to other business leaders is they know us and I know you get this I get this. They know aspire TV. They know us by they say hey I know you've had this at airport. I know you and you know oh yeah yeah okay and then you go but they don't know who we are. So one of the things I always like to do when I take these time for guests is just sort of give where grant came from. I mean, how did you get to this point where your opinion it or as you said you've been influencing a lot you're a powerful force in that, where did that come from? What was the give the background for us? Well, I appreciate that. I come from a family of entrepreneurs. My father didn't go to college. He was a contractor in New York just recently retired. Build big giant houses and Westchester county, New York. My grandfather was an electrical contractor. He was an Italian named immigrant, but he was first generation here. His father was, and they had a large electrical construction company in New York City. And I got to watch them at times, struggle, worry about making payroll. And at times I watched them on top of the world. We had all kinds of money and we're going on vacation, and I watched these ebbs and flows, but I always saw it while my grandfather used to say, no matter what happens, don't ever blow your cool. And he never ever did even through all of his struggles. And I could see that strength and he was a World War II veteran. My father had a lot of that kind of strength as well. And so I saw that, I went to work for the family business, ultimately I was watching TV one day, looking at a reporter, I hated construction in New York City. I was always a conservative. I didn't like the politics there. I said, I'm going to get a job as a reporter. I went to Missoula, Montana, went all around the country as a reporter. Until finally, in 2011, I was covering the Super Bowl in Dallas for the NBC station here. There was an ice storm going on. We had the Super Bowl here. I don't know if you remember this. I'm standing on a bridge, Doug. Telling people to drive slow in an ice storm as if they don't know, to drive slow in an ice storm, right? I said to myself, during the economy taking, if you remember from 2008 to 2012, it was really bad and TV stations were not doing well. I managed to keep my job because I was doing all kinds of different things from chasing storms and sports and investigative reporting. But I put that microphone down after telling people to drive slow. And I said, a monkey could do this job. And I'm getting paid the money I get paid. This isn't going to last.

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Celtics: Udoka suspended for 'multiple' policy violations

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 months ago

Celtics: Udoka suspended for 'multiple' policy violations

"Team owner wick grossbeck says a months long investigation of odo by an external law firm found multiple violations of team policies For privacy reasons I won't be able to offer many additional facts or circumstances around what occurred and why the suspension is in place Sources tell the AP udoka was involved in an inappropriate relationship with a woman in the organization Team president Brad Stevens says there are a lot of talented women in the Celtics organization and all the speculation has been very difficult for them I do think that we as an organization have a responsibility to make sure we're there to support them now Because a lot of people were dragged unfairly into that Assistant Joe Missoula will lead the Celtics as interim coach for the season No decision has been made about udoka as possible return I'm Ed Donahue

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Celtics suspend coach Ime Udoka for 2022-23 season

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

Celtics suspend coach Ime Udoka for 2022-23 season

"Sources tell The Associated Press that the Celtics have suspended head coach eme udoka for the upcoming season because of an improper relationship with a member of the organization One of the people with knowledge of the situation says assistant coach Joe Missoula will take over on an interim basis In a statement published by ESPN you apologize quote to our players fans the entire Celtics organization and my family for letting them down The Celtics are widely considered among the favorites to contend for an NBA title this season after falling two wins short of a championship in June I'm Dave fairy

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AP sources: Celtics considering suspension of Ime Udoka

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 months ago

AP sources: Celtics considering suspension of Ime Udoka

"Two sources tell The Associated Press that the Celtics are planning to discipline head coach DOCA because of an improper relationship with a member of the organization One of the people with knowledge of the situation says the team has decided that assistant coach Joe Missoula will take over the team on an interim basis if you don't is suspended ESPN first reported Wednesday night that a suspension was under consideration for the team policy violation The Celtics are widely considered among the favorites to contend for an NBA title this season They acquired guard Malcolm Brogdon after reaching the finals last season following two games short of the championship I'm Dave ferry

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"missoula" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast

Out of Bounds Podcast

05:03 min | 10 months ago

"missoula" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast

"This year I went down to a one 7 two, it's 99 in the waist and I got my first lightweight pin setup and holy shit. It makes a difference. I was blazing up the trail. And I even took my skins off without having to take off my whole ski because I had the atomic shift beforehand and I was like, call me Chris rubins. Let's go. And now that's so key, dude. It's so awesome. I'm proud of you. Thank you. It makes such a big difference. We were just like going up and I was like, in front of my boyfriend breaking trail and he was like, who is she? I was like, I don't know, but it feels good. It does feel good. And I'm like, okay, this is gonna get a little nerdy, but I'm a big fan of taking the skins off without removing the skis. It is a huge time saver. If you're on top of a windy ridge and it's like getting really gnarly up there and you need to get down fast, like those fast transitions are super key for like big back country days, I feel like and so some of this comes from my schema racing background, which I mentioned to you guys earlier. When I was learning to ski, that was actually one of the places I got a lot of practice in Missoula. We had these little community races. That a friend of mine was putting on and he was like, hey, these are really beginner friendly. You should come out and try them. And they were a lap style ski mountaineering races. So you did as many lapses you couldn't an hour, and I was always, I was on a loaner ski set up from a friend, they were frame bindings 22 pound ski setup. I waited because I was curious. I was coming in dead last. They were cleaning the course when I was finishing. It was my first schema race, my first season ski touring. I could barely downhill ski and I was like, I guess I'll try it. And I'm like, I was out there next to my friend's kid. He was 13, and he was my buddy for the whole race. We were kind of side by side. And we're finishing up our, I don't know, second or third lap, and they're like, okay, it's 45 minutes. This is about the cutoff. You guys can do one more if you want, or you can call it. And I'm like, Felix, what do you want to do? He's 13. He's like, let's go for one more. Let's go. And I'm like, all right, so I start putting my skins back on to go up for one more lap. I'm like, all right, I feel like Sia and I take off waiting for him to catch up. He never catches up. He never came. He was like, let's do one more and didn't do the last lap, so I'm out on the last lap while they're literally cleaning the course. And they'll like people are like taking the stuff down and everyone's gone and there's no lights I'm out there in my headlamp, like what have I done? What have I done?.

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"missoula" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"missoula" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

"I think the plan is to do that at least twice a month as well as yourself silent on the patriots at very for listening you are in.

"missoula" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

08:17 min | 1 year ago

"missoula" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

"Mean i'm not making a lot of money through that. I'm just keeping it going as best as i can and and i think my heart goes out tall. Those people who are worried about their jobs right now are put in that. But i think that was the decision i had to make to avoid. You know having to face that. And i think as a free citizen of this country. I don't believe that i'm going ever have to get that job. And i really trust that but you know hey i could be wrong and and maybe it will be give me liberty. Gimme death tight moment you know my stance is pretty much settled with this podcast. But hey guys. This is all for comedy purposes. If anybody's listening from montana me involved. But no i i again do. It goes out to what you're doing. Because i think you know. The homelessness epidemic is not just so something in your state. It's all across the nation. You know someone that was a really pivotal in. My life was homeless the time that i met him somewhere. I've talked about on my show. I think i mentioned to you when we talked on the phone. And he elaborated to me all these things about skull and bones and and geronimo and native american culture in. That's so much of what i'm doing now. You know. I was in in new haven to talk to homeless people. I was in new haven to go to community college and in between classes. I found myself in the park talking to him. Because that's just where all the homeless people happen to be on. And i never really was afraid to just meet people because i'm pretty tall also. I'm not easily intimidated by just like you know what. Maybe the average person from the suburbs would be intimidated by the city. You know because it is for being a university. It is a pretty rough city. There's at least At that time specially in twenty fifteen. It was like top ten in the country for one of the most dangerous cities. New haven connecticut. So i definitely avoided some some dangerous stuff in a in a lot of ways and learned a lot pretty quickly but yemen again you know. I think nothing happens by accident and you know awesome having. This conversation is synchronised relates in so many ways to my personal story that i've shared a lot on this show and and yet now i. I hope that more people in your area here you and support you in this venture because you know one of the intentions. Mike and i sat out when we created a your handbook for the apocalypse. And just like something that. I talked about with him for a while. Maybe an intention really. Truly i set out with the synchro. Mystic exploration of the ever expanding now was to help people understand how to you know take that understanding and apply it to their own life in a productive and proactive way. Absolutely and there's people have opportunities that they might not even understand or know about yet Those opportunities present themselves all the time. And it's really you know getting in tune with what you're good at where your skills are And then we mentioned We were talking just trying to have fun. I mean it's really important to kind of keep a certain amount of not amusement. Because i mean we've talked about some dark things and some some tough things and i don't want to try and make right of anything. My education really came not from college but from working seven years the shelter. I mean i learned more understanding. How people navigate These these heartless solar systems I mean that was my that was my education and then some of the people. I met In terms of the that. I do. I mean i. This veteran that just sat on the footbridge by the university of montana campus. I would talk with him all the time. And it was during the daytime and two times at night to some of his auguries combined. A little bit more into the cops know and i was very hampered suburban kid myself And and so. I really have a lot of the. Thank you know the people that helped educate me about what's going on on the streets. And that's that's why i'm in in this position able to help another family understand what happened to their loved one Because i'm able to to be a bit of a coach switcher and goes still and talk to people at the camps and And still have some conversations with some higher ups you know to be that bridge And so i think anyone that wants to think about synchronicity. Gotta applying them in their own way. You know thinking about what you're interested in in the burleson and you know just stuff that drives your curiosity or And start with some of those small little things. Just you can't get out of your head. You know something that nagging nagging you in some way If you follow some of those those inclinations. I think you might be surprised. Or what kind of gifts are there That you'll find so. I think it's good work to do. And the more people doing it. I think the better things will be in the long run. Yeah i agree one hundred percent and you know i think that's a great place to To end it with that in mind you know inspired and get people to take a deeper look at some of the problems that they can solve in their own backyard. Now you mentioned are tell us about that. Tell us about what you do Other than you know investigating and going on cystic journeys. You mentioned that you write poetry. Where can people find that. And what what will they find when they look. Yeah yeah so The the blog. That i do called erectile dysfunction so not erectile but reptile It looks better on the page. Every time i say it out loud is kind of a little more stupid but My about page has a couple of links. And so i have a subsets age where i'm writing fiction Either link to where he can get my book of poetry. Welcome to the kovac's con I'm working on another collection of poetry. He called Babylon by gaslight And so i'm hoping to get that out. But i'm working on a website. Williams pink dot com. I'm hoping to get that more sort of finalize here soon trying to kind of level up And another thing. I wanted to mention quickly is legos. I don't get paid by legos. And labels are expensive but I have created what i call a sort of Plastic metaphorical narrative device In my shop. I have built a lego world It's unlike anything. I can even describe you. Just have to and you can't even see pictures of it and doesn't really do justice but I'm kinda like richard dreyfuss in the movie. Counters is building the mountains mountain of mashed potatoes. i'm doing that in my shop with legos and so Lay goes have been amazing. Kind of Sort of healing I just. I love doing something for your hands to do. You want to follow the The instructions but i am a master builder in so i freestyle And i incorporate legos and toys into the little figurines and sort of Soldiers that i do. So i'm hoping to get some of that visual stuff out more prominently. I mostly focused now on just Updating the blog six times a week putting the podcast how Once a week And then the documentary. That i'm working on so i have a lot of irons in the fire When i left my my pay being gig. I basically said i'm going to throw the kitchen sink what i'm trying to accomplish and so that that is what i am doing. I love it. another synchronicity. Legos were huge for me. When i was a kid i had like five or six huge bins. You know the plastic bins. I would never ever follow the instructions. I just take all the bags. Open them up poor momentum my collection and then just start over with whatever spaceship i was planning on building or you know whatever i had in mind so i completely one hundred percent support if you have kids. I don't have kids but if you have kids figure out how to get them some legos. I'm sure some related to has some in their addict or someone who know you can ask around because they are rare and i. I've had friends who have.

"missoula" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

08:22 min | 1 year ago

"missoula" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

"Sense that maybe he had some association with the wilma building but I'm not too familiar with with what the time lynch spent in july would love other people that know more to help educate me. There's people that know some of stuff but The chapel of the. It really seems to be this. This is really interesting. Interesting place Edward sharpe was a very interesting character and he had connections I think in the sixties and seventies To that counterculture scene and so it's very much was one of these counter cultural places To hang out in the montana Primarily sort of read conservative Rural state you know. Missoula was i think one of these places that people gravitated towards We have a pretty. Mfa program and richard hugo was the poet they just. That was back in the sixties. He was from white center in outside of seattle. And so you know. This is the threat that i'm wanting to follow further What what development has happened along the riverfront wilno specifically What kind of sort of cultural production has come out of this. You know david lynch for me Seems to be clean out. Some pretty creepy incest fantasies I'm not a dick van of his work. I'm not a big fan of You know what what. Hollywood supports in terms of predictive programming No i used to like his work a lot. More when i was younger before i kind of took a broader understanding of maybe what movies are doing to people But i think when she and stuff. I think david lynch is work is important to consider Even his his wrap over the twin peaks series I think it's episode h where he talks about Stuff going on with This is like you know whitesands. And the and the nuclear bomb detonation. I really think this plays into The deeply esoteric a colt manipulation of the world We mentioned montauk. I've been reading a lot recently about monta I have a strong connection for some reason to pennsylvania. They don't really understand I get a lot of close from philadelphia from the school not called delicious kotei Shawn stevenson was born in pittsburgh Sean family they had a church in pittsburgh one point that was used in the filming of dogma which is really interesting because when we're talking about movies dogma in atlanta's morissette she. She plays pretty central. God role and that Lettuce that pops up in a movie recently watched about dick Interpretation of radio free album and that movie blew me away. I think In terms of writers silicate dick is up there in my top. Three i think was the most important profit of the twenty first century Twentieth century Guy in his nineteen seventy four experience The the pink team of white you know i. I think what we are dealing with is broken. Time i think time really did get broken This kind of goes back to. Donnie darko as well Stepping out of your role creating panja universes and i think what synchronicity themselves might be Our efforts by people or our forces outside of time helping us reintegrate timeouts. You know. i really think there's something to this To time being broken going back to the philadelphia experiment You know our crowley was deeply involved in that shit my guy pops up left and right I see eleven all the time. I don't know if you have that experience like eleven eleven or just seeing ones all the time There's a lot of just weirdness around all this. And i think it comes back to time and it comes back to it being broken in some sense. So that's what i will just kinda threw out there and the rambled bunch of information for you. I'm following you. i love it. I think the montauk project is something i wanna get into. You said you've been studying lately. Let's let's talk about it. What have you found that it's interesting. I mean there's a lot of media out there already about the montoc experiment. I think some things are highlighted more than others. But what have you found. Is there anything that stands out. You know it's just It's hard to sort of pin. It down we. My family went on july fourth. You know fourth of july road trip to To the west coast of washington state. And i'm i'm reading montoc along the way and There's this explorer. I can't remember his name but he's disappeared in brazil. They think he may have disappeared in the cage. Searching for like you know the golden city And we got to this place that we had rented and guy's like biographies is there you know. There's there's just these things that seem to be kind of you know just pointing to again time being broken in some way but I know there's more specific things related to montauk but that was like a couple of months ago which now feels like a couple of john's it's speeding up But i will mention a conversation. I had with someone recently in which she was talking about deja-vu and she said that she was having deja vu so much it was becoming like the abilities And the way she was kind of describing are my. Maybe what's happening is you just Different things in other timelines and those timelines are sort of reintegrating so every time a new time line reintegrates experience some kind of days ever. It is the black cat matrix kind of thing. Maybe that's what's going on you know I actually prescribed her wash. Donnie darko like it might be helpful for her But you know. I think people are experiencing a lot of things going on Especially after that influenced sort of astrological so I'm also drawn to the idea of starseed's and people kinda waking up to the you know what they might be doing this in this moment And so i think a lot of this stuff for me is just very aker you know and and i just look and try and say president enough to see the small things And you know responsible enough to addict an idiot i mean. I'm blind to a lot of stuff still and so it was following these new direction. It's you can't forget. You know zooming those duties and responsibilities that you might still have out there but it's a it's a fascinating thing. It's what gets me the most in terms of Seeing opportunities in inbet- craziness Because it's hard to keep that perspective. I i lose it all the time. But i find the moore i get out there and talk to people and the warm out there in the world. That's where i'm really getting the energy to continue going forward the more that i'm looking at twitter and you know doing some of those things. I took twitter off my phone a long time ago but everything is reinforcing. How toxic screens are I have kids that like i. Battle the screen every damn day. I'm trying to make sure that they're getting out My wife is a lot more in terms of you know having to work with the remote learning that they did for for the year. But you know just making sure that the kids aren't getting swallowed up in this crazy We live in montana so we could go out to the river in the woods. We're so lucky where we're at looking into australia. Looking at some of the other places in this country I try to remind myself like we are still like in a pretty good place. This is the time to realize what what you have to fight for Because things are changing pretty quickly so yeah no well said i agree with you. I think you know that definitely comes to mind. Being in the northeast. We're like choked out by new york. You gotta go through new york to get to the rest of the country out here. So that's been confirmed first october. I was going to be the big showdown i mean. I'm i'm really starting to feel a lot of energy building Really towards towards that you know what makes say that because that's a deadline For a lot of people In terms of employment. Mom i some of the some of the people i'm working with here And if you hear a little something. I got a call coming in just ignoring that veterans you know the potential loss of veteran services. Va.

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"missoula" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

07:24 min | 1 year ago

"missoula" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

"Talked about him plenty of times but either way or swimming swimming and oldest that. We're in now. Yeah and i. And i wanted to make the point is like i to have rubbed up against some institutions that seem shady bach and people who've listened to show you know who i'm talking about yale university skull and bones all these organizations that not in any sort of professional way but i just being a delivery driver bakery. I happened to go into some of these buildings and see it from the inside. Meet some people so it was interesting. In and i'm glad i had those experiences but i've talked a lot about that on the show before i don't wanna get bogged down in those details but i did want to point out. It was synchronous now. My my my thought is to go back to a couple of things you brought up. You mentioned you know this person who you may be new or had association with in some way through your job with. The homeless shelter had his disappearance or murder. Connect with you know this larger mystery. Have you looked into that further. Is that all there is to say about it now. At what how. Yeah absolutely i mean. My first interview was with Shawn stevenson sister. So jay shell angela. i mean. I watched the podcast on january fifth. Two thousand twenty one because that was a year To the day that he was removed from life support. So you know i i. Couldn't i notice to leave my job. January third. Sean was attacked january. Third our mayor actually took office for the first time on january third. And so you know all three of us. Sean johnnie We all have alcohol challenges in our lives Schon you know. That was part of his vulnerability within the homeless System that night that he was attacked. john anglin. Our alcoholic mayor disappeared for a month And then reemerged and relaunched his last Reelection campaign and so you know it's it's an ongoing effort to understand what happened to sean It gets really. It gets really murky and very weird Man that was alleged to have assaulted. Sean johnny lee perry That man is now dead. He was shot and killed by sheriff's deputies on august. Twenty nine I mentioned that day. Because that's the day that liz Was frazier the cocteau. Twins was born. So i was kind of like reading christopher knowles kind of spending something on august. Twenty ninth and dammit Not that that has any sort of bearing but for me the death of john lynch jonny lee. Peiris is pretty worrisome. I've actually had two conversations with this guy who's now dead. One of them was in april where he was telling me about being targeted individual. I don't know if you're aware of the ti ideas out there But that topic. Kind of freaking out a little bit Because of some stuff that. I read in research but I had a conversation with johnny about being a ti And it actually was a fairly positive conversation. We talked about love and a higher vibration. And you know. I talked about some of the suspicions. I had that he was not the primary person involved in In the physical assaults. Against sean stephen king and so when i saw him on august ninth Of this year and it was a much more agitated state of mind on. Who's walking on west broadway by the home. Shelter the center He had his shirt off in his hands. Up in the air Like pointing them to the guns. And so i. I parked my car and approach and filmed him and talk to him Ask him when he was doing. He was like i'm destroy. Destroy janis like police And there was a portion of the of the video. i haven't released yet Because you know after. I filmed this happening. I was alarmed at what he said. So i called nine one one you know and it took me a couple of days to actually get a response from the police. And all of this is so worrisome You know in a lot of ways that it you know this this this young black man i shouldn't have to say that but raised in missoula. That's there's a lot of virtuous signaling around a lot of donating to nonprofits around race About like ninety four percent white but Here's a young black man who seems pretty incendiary things After allegedly assaulting someone the year before and killing him and he's basically just been allowed to sort of be out out there being pretty. You know from what. I hear from other people pretty aggressive. But after i put this footage out It took me about a week. So i put the footage out on august sixteenth. You know and then he turns up dead august twenty nine and still to this day. It's been over a month now. The sheriff's department has not released any information about which deputies were involved He was shot Sort of west of town in the woods. I'm not sure how homeless guy didn't have a vehicle got out in the woods But this is where you know stuff like math stuff like federal federal investigations into stuff like that Can be can be kinda concerning it. And the way i'm going to relate it actually to some of the mystic work One of the books that i picked up on my way back from spokane before i talked to michael I just started reading it in about four or five days ago right and it's called false prophets and this book is fascinating. It's about about these two criminal or not criminal confidential informants so she is confidential informants And this this husband and wife team Were working this kinda see. I realm back when they they actually work with special. Ci's and so this is late seventies and eighties And this couple ends up Taking a last job. Infiltrating the montana freemen and so kind of militias are hot again and soon after january. Six after that. Joke insurrection There's a lotta interest in investigators again. But i'm reading this book about these. Ti's infiltrating the montana freemen and it's been very interesting to hear the perspective from these people saying hey we started seeing these institutions like the fbi da. We started seeing them become less and less trustworthy toward us. These critical assets for developing cases and they attributed that to the crack cocaine epidemic in the eighties but hearing reading a story about how the montana freemen holdup montana. Okay and the fbi knew that they were about to move to jordan To jordan montana And to kick it up a notch with their terrorism efforts right they've already been terrorising local communities with Financial frog. I had no idea the montana freemen were involved in the level of crazy. Financial fraud Seems false paper and all this stuff. I mean it was really quite extensive and the fbi had this couple infiltrating this group for months and months and the fbi knew that this. This group was about to relocate in a in a much easy easier to defend sort of fortress and the fbi. Just let them do it. They just let them do it. And when did they do It was september..

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"missoula" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

07:25 min | 1 year ago

"missoula" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

"At the data and we're like there's available beds. There's you know but it's in this new normal in this crazy world. We live in You know this is kind of sort of Cognitive shutdown that's that's happening for a lot of people as they are accepting this like fear based on what it is. But it's i mean it's beyond mind control at this point but it's it's freaky but i'm trying to keep a positive out- outlook 'cause i see a lot of opportunities It can be very hard and yeah no. I'm i'm so glad you made that. point about. Movies is sorcery and yeah again. I feel like i'm kind of ashamed of myself for dismissing jason horsley based on one interview. 'cause i i remember hearing an inver an interview he did and i for whatever reason it rubbed me the wrong way and i just like you know so use that as an example folks. Don't always judge a book by its companies very british very british very kind of quiet And yeah i. It's interesting. Because i i saw his writing before. I listen to him on interviews And rigorous intuition familiar with that website. But there's a lot of. I mean this is sort of like conspiracy central for for a while back in like two thousand six seven eight A lot of stuff has fallen off but I mean there's some really interesting like primary information that was coming out through websites like that at the time and it's it's interesting using discernment I mentioned What was name being something. The guy that does the art art posters it based in manitou. I wanted to touch back on that really quickly because Disturbing getting a gut feeling is really important. People got to listen to that. I think i've benefited from my wife. Stronger connection to her gut feeling We are in costa rica before we started our family. You know consciously like let's go have a month long traveling. Costa rica you know blast and so she did a lot of the planning scheduling and we were in wake aren't all which is by volcanoes gain this hostile that she had scheduled and we just arrived at this hostel No one's around and there was a doberman on on a chain barking. Really kinda weird vibe and You know my wife at one point. We never never checked in this waste. And but she just comes into the room for smoking a cigarette outside and it was like we have to get out of here. We have to leave my trunk. She's like i don't know we gotta go And so later in that trip And that same town. We've found out from someone that catholic priests who had been moved around the states a bunch because he apparently was molesting children They basically balanced little town. And costa rica to hide item out and costa rican authorities. We're trying to kick him out because he was teaching the locals english. You know how nice and so for whatever reason. I don't know what happened on that property but my wife picked up on something and in a similar fashion. This creepy little. You know pigs body boy head. I've seen as object in a local store. Here in missoula and i now have a better understanding of who is selling it and i'm not gonna. This is just a bit of speculation. i'm not going to get into some details but You know he's a retired professor in media arts and so i've talked to him and he gave me a documentary that he worked on. I'm working documentary. So i'm kinda interested in making connections. And i watched his documentary and it's a french photographer. pretty intense Images pretty pictures. And there's this one image that flashes and it's a very inappropriate image. Have you know if i have to question how old the girl is It's it's problematic right and so for me that confirms you know this guy who's an academic he's professor He made this of film he can show it to the students And because i worked at a shelter. I'm kind of familiar with grooming if you're This is how some of these predators operate And i think we're dealing with this on a mental level so this predator then speculation again. I know this to be true but my feeling is. He's done some bad things and when he showed the film like this a student maybe notices it. That's his opportunity to test boundaries to explore. Whether might be vulnerabilities for him to exploit And now he's retired and zula. So hey i hope he's not who i think is but My intuition is telling me that. I would not want him around my kids and so i think people have to get in touch with some of the inner inner voice Because there are people in your own circles to be more aware of and and and be more concerned about. I mean working at the shelter. I really got more familiar with like the the sex predators. Not necessarily that stereotype of guy in the van Accommodate psychologist that. I that i worked with. I knew people committed because he had that kind of power and he was arrested for child porn And so you know. This is the time to really be aware that there are predators And that the system itself is run by sociopaths and People like jason understand that his family was close to the fabian society. Back in the uk savings society is one of these social engineering longterm incremental. You know shaking society. And so i think the more that we understand how these forces work or we can do the work in our own backyards just to keep the loved one safe so it's kind of rambling answer. I know to some of the stuff. But that's how i roll. No no no. You just laid out a lot of information. I mean definitely more relevant to those. In montana i hope it reaches people out there listening to me and the sound right now. I mean some people do but holland. My family thinks. I'm crazy podcast. We gotta ask now. He's your family. Think you're crazy. Yes yes yes Mom kinda is a little more sympathetic Racial maddow has my dad's brain in her. Like pocket My wife's on the same page and and a lot of ways so But yeah i mean it's it's hard not to sound crazy talking about some of the stuff you know I i haven't even mentioned like trans humanism and stuff but you know because that really starts making you sound crazy but I find it fascinating and one of the ways that i've tried to explain to people. Mike hey listen you don't have to believe this shit. What if people with power and money. What if they believe this shit. Maybe you should take it seriously. If they believe this shit. George bush saying gog and magog. And you know they're talking about these Babylonian sort of myth rake. You know you might wanna take it seriously. Because i think they might be operating on some kind of old world blood sacrifice shit and My kids aren't gonna come to that kind of nasty sorcery so but now i do sound crazy things. I'm right there with you. I think that you know when you the bushes and gog and magog. There's another synchronicity. I mean if you you know if you look at ross's is work about alchemy. And how they've tried to do all these inversions in talented change in swap the royal bloodlines. All this stuff. I don't want to get into that. That's a lot of ross's work people can buy his book. We.

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"missoula" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

07:01 min | 1 year ago

"missoula" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

"My life and i'm not going to be doing it well and i think that's why you know and this isn't to challenge in any way but i think that's why all of our questions have been about actual real places like i totally understand why you're citing that because if people type that phrase in you might see that and michael does great breakdowns of movies. But you know. I think something that he's been talking to me about lately is is doing less and less that kind of stuff and i think you know personally. I didn't really come into that decision through synchro mysticism. I just don't like tv. I gave up video. And i found that that kind of stuff had no purpose in my life. Naturally so jason horsley message know might be falling on deaf ears here but i definitely i appreciate someone like him saying that i agree with him. One hundred percent. And you know. I have a lot of books. Maybe the same could be true. If i lost myself in all these books but one of the things. That's so cool about the way we've approached it so far and i think the same is true for you based on what you said about council grove is when you usually go and visit a place and let your journey unfold in a way where your present in the moment and your inspiration is seemingly around the corner you know. There's like like anticipation that you can create. And maybe it's like what you said like. I don't know use this phrase particularly. But like i would call it maybe patterns seeking where maybe people do get wrapped up. But it's like if if going out and you know having a nice little day trip and you know maybe the worst thing that happened. Is you spend a little extra money on gas and maybe go out to eat at the end of the night and you should have saved money like yeah okay. That's not always great. But now in the world you know and experiencing the real world it it it sticks with you in a really olympic way. I think there's a lot of learning people can experience and that's pretty profound my journey just like you said you and your Then fiancee now. Wife for driving through her then girlfriend now wife for driving through missoula you know and and just felt the magic of the river. And we're like we got you know the same kind of happened with me about A year and a few months ago. When i drove by the susquehanna river. You know. and i didn't know michael on kuzma level. I just listen to podcasts. At that point and you know. I made a connection with the river in a way and it's just really shocked me. How quickly. I got thrown into it all but it was meant to be in that way. So i don't know i mean i think the synchronicity. That's kind of my message that i would add to. It is like people should use their heart as the as the real guide to what their intuition is pushing them to do. and anything. that's gonna take you out of the real world like video games at something that a lot of my friends and people i growth deal with and then like movies too. I mean never really were my thing. Particularly i did. I do like some movies. But i'm not a big movie guy. People ask me on the show sometimes like have you seen this movie or this way. I'm like no you know. I j on. He's like the ultimate movie breakdown. Guy hollywood you know and i told him right off the bat. I'm like listen. I don't know any movies that well enough to have that conversation. I wanna get to the the real meat and potatoes. Who did what where the drugs coming in. So that's i think that's that's kind of you know not to take things too far off of what you've got to offer 'cause you definitely you know you have so much more to say than just stuff about movies so i'm surprised to hear you say i just wanted to to bring that go ahead. It's funny because You know another huge Huge awakening part of my life was the movie. Donnie darko. donald donnie. Darko is one of the most important Sort of pieces of media In my in my life For like really strong personal reasons but I don't want it this way. The idea of getting information From from films. Predictive programming is real I've been going back like john carpenter. I mean i'm using Movies now as research. I'm researching that. But i think The unhealthier way that i used to relate to movies was The way that i also used alcohol as a crutch so i've been without alcohol for a year and three months And that's been such a blessing in my life and not have that sort of this Tendency that that. I was use using as cliche artist. Wanted to apparently suffer During my bota box every night Make it really light by the end of the night and then not necessarily remember. You know what was going on the end of the night so You know in terms of looking at movies. I started to realize that was getting away from that influence that you can co create the stark reality if you're not Approaching it by doing the inner work. I and getting some kind of balance and so i still look at networks. I look at it a lot of this stuff out there as important to acknowledge because it is controlling a lotta people Jason horsley really looks at phil. Now sorcery and i think neurologically. Your brain doesn't necessarily recognize what it seen as not real and so a lot of ways you know this prepping ourselves with this trauma induced mind control. I mean this is trauma news. My control is something that i've been studying Unknowingly for a long time By working at the homeless shelter. I've been in proximity to people that have experienced serious trauma. And i part of my work now continues to be talking to people. On the streets matt in missoula is out of control There's a systemic reluctance to do much about it and it's pretty dark a lot of ways. That will sound crazy. If i get into details which i'm not right now but I mean that really was what he brought. Michael in Initially to help me understand is what was going on with the synchronicity relating to Mayor that we've had for sixteen years that that were really trying to expose I mean the corruption in a liberal town like missoula where people are just so resistance because of their ideology to not really look at what's happening and now the pandemic you know our our mayor On cnn extra don lemon you know and people in this town really really believing. There's some you know terrible awful crisis in the hospitals when i can literally reference Department of health and human services data. You know my podcast might go host yesterday. We we on on here..

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"missoula" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

07:17 min | 1 year ago

"missoula" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

"So glad you brought up. Cancel girl that's great. Well it's funny. I'm just i folk should know we didn't prepare that at all. I i just. I don't know enough about where missoula is. I opened up my google maps. You know god. Bring them into the and i just. I'm like all right. Where's the clark fork river. I found it. And then i found council grove state park naturally but yeah in the same respect. What i'm looking into it. The hamming acid line. It crosses over many different state parks and then connecting it. All to one's work we just spoke about it today. I think this episode will come out after that episodes released episode. Three of your handbook for the apocalypse. But yeah an asset line crosses the susquehanna river. So it's like you know there are these definite connections and you know. I think it's it's like what michael one was talking about. Like guy matrix so to speak or like a ganic network. That energy is conducted in sent along. And it's no coincidence that they build these places like the wilma theater along places. That haven't energetic resonance. Are there any other places in this area in missoula in surrounding and this is this is gonna be ridiculous How do you spell hammond. is it h. A. m. m. o. n. d. it's a ham and nass it so it's spelled h. a. m. m. o. n. a. s. s. e. t. It's a imagine it's probably A now gone corner p qua- worder some you know some kind of tribes word that 'cause they'll there's a lake that's named head manasseh and there is a man named him in acid in talking to michael. I was like almost like Turned on at at too high a decibel and and see too many connections secrets. These and A lot of the free association that we're doing this you know blowing my mind but it's also just kind of throwing things out there and You know. I try not to read necessarily too much into it. So for example The hammond buildings so h a. m. m. o. n. d. has just come up for me recently again because of the chapel of the and looking into the history of the wilma Edward sharpe this man who raised pigeons and loved pigeons Well this guy named bill. Coffee does not like pigeons Really hated the the pigeons and there was some controversy back in the eighties about these agents. Because i think there were shitting over building and building so bill coffee. Owns the hammond building. Right next to the wilma and Bill coffee his family I think they go back to miles. City this is sort of like old montana money. They started the stockman's bank and again this is one of the things up in the present day. We're looking at the way. The stockman's bank uses things like tax increment financing Obnoxious term. that's sort of like average. Joe repellent fancy terms that people don't even want to think about because but stockman's bank. This is one of the things that i've been looking into the history of just the institutions in your own town in your own city. You know there's enough to learn just in your own backyard. that really. this work needs to be done more. People need to be doing this kind of work. And if there's laylines and Hammamet lines other sort of more esoteric. Maybe wearing to that just even more fun. In my estimation It livens and expands my sense of the world. And this is really what what kind of gets me going in the positive direction whereas it's easy to get mired down and sort of mercury retrograde before coming here. I just had a nice little argument with my wife Because you have to get these things out. Apparently when they start building and building and You know we're talking stuff out but man just keeping relationships together right now so hard But i think this is really important because it stinker mystic work from my perspective can be healing in a lot of ways. If you're doing it right and you're trying to kind of resolve maybe some of your own. Inner conflicts traumas I think there are ways of doing that. Really positive But i think there can be no can't be ways that you can get derailed or distracted. Are you familiar with the work of jason horsely. I mentioned as one of my favorite sinker mystics. Yeah only briefly. You know what i. I was introduced recommended that i listened to him. And yeah i. I should go back and give him another chance. Because i don't think i i really Gave them a fair shake. Now that i really get put on the but synchronised yeah. This fits into one of my theories about resistance. You know you have resistance people and then for some reason it comes up later on after you dismiss it and you're like okay. This is coming back for reason. So please going. Yeah jason yes yes yes he. He was one of the first guys. I really kinda sought out as i was starting my podcast And he's has since really pulled back from from a lot of stuff. I think you can subscribe to some of his insights but I i ran across him at. This website called rigorous intuition so When i was first introduced synchro mysticism this goes back to two thousand nine Jake kasey was that the guy the main guys back then was sort of watching movies finding their symbolism and movies like the resonator actors and actresses that seemed to I can't these larger symbolic movements of secret societies and stuff on a lot of that work was looking at elm and jason horse lead His family is pretty sort of well known in the in the uk and his brother. Sebastian famously killed himself through alcohol. Drug abuse And then Jason live for a while in canada. Pretty close actually where. I live in zula running a secondhand store and he has really worked sort of. I understand his own trauma. And he's taken on you know. Figures like alister crowley in whitley strieber and really has. He's done some amazing work. I've read a lot. I think the last four bucks Are just incredible. And so he warned me about Synchronous zone in our conversation. In a way that i hadn't even thought about it and one of the essays in a collection of books that i ran across that i i realized he was in the collection the day before i was going to interview again. How how it seems to work His warning was don't use these synchronicity. Create a second matrix. you know. you're thinking you're getting out of the first matrix. Well you might just be creating a second matrix and if you're just sitting watching movies if that's your sense of mysticism is looking for symbolism in movies and not like going out in the world and meeting people and talking to people in meet states you know i. I think that is. His warning was kinda. Just check yourself on. What kind of you know focused. You're actually bringing to kind of work. And i it that that warning has really helped me To not create a second matrix. I don't wanna create another entanglement For myself to get lost in. So i have three kids and a wife. And that's that's number one. You know that needs to be the focus if this is really truly taking me away from what's important in.

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"missoula" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

07:13 min | 1 year ago

"missoula" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

"In a in an antique mall here in zula. I ran across the figure. It's this creepy. Little figures got a Like a boy head in a pig body All black with red eyes. And and i was going to bring in terms of a talking about the term discernment and how beyond just picking up on. Synchronicity you need to look into that. Inner voice or the in tuition. Or you know that that sort of guidance you can get if you're in tune with that And i was just looking up the artists that makes these creepy little figures because he does Art posters as well and. I had no idea that this guy was based in manitou springs And manitou the history of that area I think the legend is there was some kind of almost like a biblical cain and able Death but between indigenous tribes and and there was a murder in poison the water And so you know the kind of released in zula and just the flow of water I initially brought michael. I hired him. You know kind of. Because i wanted to talk to him about some the synchronicity with Investigative work i was doing missoula and on there was the death of of a homeless man named shawn stevenson Here in missoula january third two thousand twenty. He was assaulted at the homeless shelter. Where i used to work John his dad was in air force academy in colorado springs. Sean spent some time in colorado springs And so these are the kind of things that for me. i mean. of course there there. there's personal residents. And that's what synchronicity. Is our coincidence that you bring your own meaning to but this is the kind of just cannot deny That used these teams are being brought up in manitou. There's a lot of a lot of demolished without word There's a lot of interesting things. I think that play. And we're just all picking up little singles Along the way so so he asked him as my long responsive Asking about Words and language and how you can go down a rabbit hole just based on absolutely. I mean you're connecting to what i've been researching with the hammond asset line. It goes through a spot in new york. That's called the wall of the momma to right. Which is these very very tall. In comparison to the land in front event towards the east of it very tall mountains. The catskill mountains and indigenous people. They're referred to this places like the twelve houses and there was rights of passage associated with you know getting to the highest peak out of these twelve mountain peaks and interesting author. Glenn cries burg. He talks about this hammond asset lined briefly in his book spirit in the stone. And you know he mentions that. It's curious how the line goes from montoc island. Right we talk. We all know the strange stuff. There goes through manitoba wall and then up to the key. Naw peninsula of wisconsin into lake superior which is known for copper copper bay. It's like a copper ancient copper mines were allegedly there. But there's also an island off the coast of this point called manitoba island and the ham and acid line goes straight through it according to glens work. So yeah this is law so interesting for us because we're looking into the haven asset line. It goes right through the state that i live in connecticut and as you know it makes its way over long island sound. It goes through like fifteen to sixteen different towns at goes over. I mean plenty of water rivers. And so yeah. There's definitely i mean more questions than answers at this point in time for us but i just think yeah. That's definitely a big connection in the word itself. I've learned has something to do with the creator so we'll let me add to that because So the the well-known is this building In part of my conversation with michael john was about the chapel of the dove In the chapel of the dove is something. I had no idea about living here for twenty years until someone mentioned it a couple of months ago and i've been doing kind of a deep dive and this kind of weird place in the basement of the willman where edward sharpe the co owner at the time which show movies instead. I really loved visions. He raised the pigeon Very kind of odd and interesting and and the will the building the the current owner Became sort of a lightning rod because of his potential use of public money to build something along car wherever he was going to help build this giant convention center. Very well His name is nick. Jakoda nature coda came to missoula from wisconsin Nick his dad was joe. Jakoda this guy is very rich. He tried to buy a senator seats. josiah coda was so unpopular as as the other guy. That was running at the time. I think this the nineties darkhorse candidate by the name of feingold ended up winning and rising to power in wisconsin. And so this guy. Nick jakoda Is now sort of local Zula oligarch who He owns logjam presents He controls most of the cultural production in terms of music. So if you wanna have a show here in missoula you're gonna have to deal with nick. Otas out that He's gotten a lot of public money of bailout money because the pandemic um and so this is one of the guys that i'm looking into that i'm putting my neck out to sort of expose that no gets me kinda interested the lawyer up when it comes to protecting myself. So when you mentioned the wisconsin that's where my mind goes immediately. Wow very interesting. Yeah if not just for the you. Know the namesake. Yeah i think the the mana tau is certainly important. And i noticed that the clark fork river is is on a place called council grove. And you know this theme of council location a place that significant a significant meeting place. Is there anything additon to over there. Are you kidding me. you're hilarious. This is this is this. This is fun That's one of my favorite places to go take my dog either newfoundland by the name of having And so i get you have no idea. How many poems. I i write poetry poetry when i go out there almost every time and i'm not Sort of ego centric. Enough to claim that i'm a hundred percent off all my poems. I get help the way. I get a lot of ways. You know guidance. And so yeah. Council grove is one of those places. Where i go and i right. Oh so. I'm glad you brought that up. It's a beautiful place. Anyone anyone coming through should definitely check it out and as united had that conversation on the phone about you know doing more Work to bring people into sort of your own backyard I think those are the kinds of areas that The people need to be more aware of in terms of some the nashik in the Landscapes and locations. I'm.

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"missoula" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

09:00 min | 1 year ago

"missoula" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

"Ladies and gentlemen. Welcome to the. My family thinks. I'm crazy podcast today. On the show we have travis m from the zoom town podcast and him and i got connected via a friend of mine who i just podcast with. Today are new podcast. The your handbook for the apocalypse on the susquehanna alchemy feed and michael. I always trust you know that whatever he's bringing my way it's going to be interesting and this particular time. He introduced me to our guest today. Travis also known as william skink travis. Thank you for joining us man. How are you today. i'm doing good. I'm just doing some last synchro mystic work because when we talk about this stuff and when people like michael are involved there seems to be an acceleration. Synchronicity so i got lot of stuff to talk about but I can maybe just start with a quick introduction because no one's gonna know me i'm very new to the cast seen And so i can just start there be. That would be great. I think one thing. I just want to mention before you introduce yourself. Further is something that michael discussed a lot in meeting and off the air. Is this idea that like people are inspired by his work to then go and look into their local area. And i'm sure people have heard my show before. I've heard me talk about this before because it inspired me to look into connecticut and you know within a week or two of saying that here you come you know and i love it. You know. l. people where you're from and maybe start with like how you got interested in you know before you got found michael lonzo working all that maybe what woke you up till like the larger mystery. An this kind of like what mike and i've been talking about like the apocalypse the reveal. Ed but you know what what woke you up so to speak. It's been an interesting ride i. I'm forty three right now so hit my birthday was the nineteenth and i actually talked to michael on september nineteen after We were supposed to talk august but a good synchro mystic doesn't hold those kind of ridiculous schedule was. I knew it was going to happen when it was supposed to happen. and so i moved to missoula montana with my fiancee. Now my wife in two thousand and Seems like a long time ago but that was a time. When in missoula there was a lot of fires There was kind of like this riot. That's summer with the hells angels come to town to party and You know we. My wife. And i both had finished college. And so we found missoula away a lot of people run into this town. You know we stopped here for lunch. One day On our on our way to spokane where i was born and where one of my cousins was getting buried and we love this town. River runs through it. You know the book the book says and we decided to move here and finished school. And so i was two thousand twenty one years later. Three kids later I'm trying to kind of make sense of this new normal. We all find ourselves in and you kind get up to up to nine. Eleven woke myself up in my twenties but Really march twenty twenty when the world shut down and i realized the scale at which institutions and large portions were moving I mean i think i entered a fear fog like a lot of people In some synchronicity having to do with Asking the higher power for help and And legos legos. Became big part of my is sort of self care and sort of waking which is funny but You know some synchronicity is just really got me waking up to a larger presence and and something. Outside the way we experienced time sending us the messages And secret entities for me have been little signposts that i need to just kinda follow these little threads to follow And so i've been doing that for a while. Not really knowing that there was any kind of maybe systemic way to think about it or to apply quiet And then i heard you know michael on the higher side chad. I'm christopher nolan. His work at secret son And then jason horsley is another person that is like my trifecta of chromosome And so i'm just really excited to of share my insights into at this larger conversation about how we navigate disneyworld. So i'm getting a couple of things coming through here. That are definitely significant. Obviously rivers missoula's bear ostrich thing and something you mentioned when we spoke on the phone. The other day is that not only. Is there river that runs through town. But there's a lake that has five re rivers that receive. The lake receives up to five rivers. Zet that i get that correctly. Glacial yeah glacial lake missoula so the Geological history of this area Glacial lake missoula way in the past was this significant sort of event when when the ice dam broke. I'm not sure how all how far back in the time timeframe we're talking but It really shapes in large part like the columbia gorge area And now we have. I think five rivers they come into the missoula valley so The clark fork rivers on the main rivers. We have the bitter root river The black soot is sort of the famous River runs through it Book and movie. That people might think of when i think of missoula they also like david lynch and some other things but Alka hours it alcoholic liver. I always like screwing up. When i when i say but michaels working in talking about just low of water and some of the things that i'm looking at in missoula Developments and sort of gentrification or some topics right now that that we're grappling with and a lot of the crime real estate is along the riverfront. I'm also looking into spokane and sort of historic development of that river front to get some clues into how power operates and and michael's been bringing those insights that i don't think any people really can sort of approach without getting outside of the logical way of thinking about things that just help add to my for my perception of what's going on in this town. So it's just there's so much in the knicks. it's sometimes hard to kind of structure it in a way that makes sense for other people But i i love how michael presents his his work and then helps people like me to just talk about it right right. Yeah the susquehanna river certainly is gonna yeah susquehanna and you know that. Even that word in itself is one of the notable things that i found with the susquehanna river is that that word itself comes from a now gone coined term but it has you know relationship in some way to some gaelic words so interesting if you know. The same is true in your research. If you're finding that there are certain words or names of places that have come to the forefront as significant even if you haven't understood the meaning yet like there's plenty of work like the who satanic rivers river that comes through my area and i. I'm not sure what that word means yet. I should've looked it up by now. But what are your thoughts on the names of places. In in your particular area. I mean even missoula sounds interesting. I wonder who named that. Yeah there's one you know obviously Indigenous history and the scrutiny language and a lot of languages that are sort of disappearing. But when when you're asking question would actually comes to mind is the synchronous the that was just happening for me before we started today Because before you moved to missoula. I actually spent very brief amount of time or about nine months ten months living in colorado and that places creepy as hell Tesla had a laboratory there for a reason And then i actually works in manitou springs. And it's funny. It's funny was just coming up. Because i was talking someone on the street just about thirty forty minutes ago. We're talking about dishwashing jobs. And how kick ass. It is to be a good dishwasher. You know how every restaurant needs to respect. The dishwasher. was the dishwasher in manitou spring and I wish i could show you this. This little Visual eight i have with me but there's a.

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"missoula" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"missoula" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

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With Hands Tied, Montana Officials Issue Public Health Plea

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

With Hands Tied, Montana Officials Issue Public Health Plea

"There's been an escalation of the pandemic in several western states struggling to convince skeptical people to get vaccinated public health leaders have approved price of care rationing in Idaho parts of Alaska and Montana and several more states are veering dangerously close with less than ten percent of intensive care unit beds available in Idaho we're overwhelmed hospitals are rationing care statewide the state is looking at a virus positivity rate of twenty percent as hospitals in Missoula and Bozeman face increasing strain local health officials are banking Montana residents to wear masks indoors get vaccinated and limit gatherings there lamenting their inability to implement public health restrictions after Montana passed several laws earlier this year curtailing their power in Helena chief medical officer Dr Shelly Harkins with St Peter's health says the constraints of a hospital or worse than what was seen earlier in the pandemic the hospital's intensive care unit advanced medical unit and morgue are full I'm Jennifer king

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"missoula" Discussed on Around the House with Eric G®

Around the House with Eric G®

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"missoula" Discussed on Around the House with Eric G®

"Quickly. But it's up against the foundation. Or how about my moult my mulches smoking or missoula smoking puke. Erakat missing bolts. This weekend. That was interesting. He had. He's okay talk about i want to talk about the next segment because that is a we'll talk about it when we come back because that's an important one and it was kind of a cool deal. I got a semi truck full of mulch for free. And i'm gonna tell you how to come back because nothing's oh it was free to me and the company had to pay a fee to drop it off. But we're saving money manning. It was missing. And so what happened was is i had this. It was a pile of wood chips in this. Isn't like your normal bark. Mulch trade that you would get from the landscape place. This is all chewed up tree stuff. So i needed to have something around the house where it would be a good soil amendments because right now we haven't had rain in my area for probably cheese. What sixty sixty five days. Not an ounce of ran not enough to even get the grounder so anywhere. The dogs are playing in the backyard. Where i don't have grass because my backyard is forest. I've got this powdery. Dust everywhere. And i want to put something down because next year we're going to be doing a bunch of bringing a bunch of topsoil in really remaking the backyard but i need something that's gonna well keep that under control into that can break down and be a good soil amendment to it as well because it's typically pretty clear soil so i got these wood chips which are basically just what comes out of the back of a wood tree services truck so they got the big would grind your. That's back there. The chipper shredder the from fargo. And they're putting all of the different different tree branches fan. Yeah and so a service. We'll talk about when we come back. We'll drop those off for free and it's super cool but you just gotta realize that you're getting a whole boatload of them when you get up but as they're sitting there in the hundred degree heat their steaming because all of the leaf particles are breaking down and all the moisture that was in that treat so we were reading at this compost compost breaks down or even debris like that it starts to actually the bacteria can cause this missed to come off and the first thing you're worried about is obviously where eric lives is fire right because that's we see smoking smoking mulch all the time here and we're like oh especially it was one hundred and something degrees out. So that's the first concern. Make sure it's not smoking because they can look the same. Then you realize mine was definitely steam. Because i had sunglasses on and remained a lean down with my shovel to get into it and they dog up some like okay that's moisture not fire but brutal head. We come back. I'll give you that secret how you can get this to your house if you're trying to control.

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"missoula" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"missoula" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

"Any hesitation and printed, you know, I I think it's fair to say didn't see that coming and I don't think he handled as well as as he would have. Like no coach Missoula said after the game that you know, that took him. He's got to put him in better positions to be successful and that's great for your coach following us for like that. But that has enough to me, that was irrelevant. Pritchard was getting blind said he didn't respond accordingly if it would be a good thing if they did it every now and then they were did a pretty damn consistently. He never adjusted his game to that in part because those guys along their athletic and you can't really do a whole lot. Other than give the ball of quicker, but yep. Big he didn't do it. And and so to me, like I said, I'm still keeping my printer stock. But this was not a, this was not a good night for him. And and you're right. No, it's under normal circumstances. He never going to draw that much attention. And so there's two things in an NBA game. You're going to face these types of Defenders all the time. But also you're never going to get that type of attention. Where you are, the focal point. And the other team is like I'm not letting that guy beat me, that's obviously not going to happen with him playing second unit minutes in the second quarter of a regular season game, you know, that's against the Knicks or whatever. That's just my boss. He's not going to run into those problems. So yeah. Yeah, what he was doing before when you were signing success is still transferable, which is good. But ultimately the, the shortcomings he showed tonight. And again we talked about other points there, there wasn't an immense level of growth in the playmaking, the pick-and-roll action of his game, that's still stuff. He has a lot to work on even though he was thriving earlier in the week. It was off. Things. You've seen them do before was kind of the same formula for him. So yeah, there's still another level. He's going to have to reach at the point guard position. Yeah, cuz I thought there were no blue occasions where he turned the ball over trying to sneak execute a pick-and-roll play where he's trying to make a bounce pass. When you should really just do it over the top or he's trying to, he had a tough time getting over the top on some of them. Right? Right. And so this was a, this was a game where just the thing I needed to work on and get better at work. Supposed. It's pick-and-roll execution was really, really important that I thought..

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"missoula" Discussed on Another Mother Runner

Another Mother Runner

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"missoula" Discussed on Another Mother Runner

"Thanks for joining us brandon. Thanks for having me all right. So before we jump in. I have to ask so you live in missoula montana. How much am i going to love. The missoula mont marathon. When i finally get to run it next year after being cancelled for the last two years It goes right in front of my house. So yeah cheer for me. You know i. I ran a couple summers ago. My wife irena. We just happened to be in town and doing a bunch of marathons that year in the couple things. Well one thing always happens. There's a guy who pulls out a grand piano into his front yard and plays the piano the entire time Wonderful amazing As far as i know. I'm not really an expert on piano playing but Yeah it's it's pretty awesome. I you start your bust out West of the city. And then the new you basically run through the countryside for a few miles quite a few miles before you get into town in cash. There's a guy you know. The road is closed off. Insisted little two lane highway. And there's out there and it's probably three or four miles into it. And i don't know if this guy will be back every year but it was the most psyched marathon fan i've ever seen in my entire life and it was just this guy screaming at the top of his lungs encouraging people and you could hear him from like a half a mile away and it just kept going and i was like this is amazing. He didn't have like there's no one around him. You're just out in the middle of nowhere going bananas. I thought there's no way. I'll ever top this anywhere my life and i thought i got a high five this guy when i go by and i did. He almost knocked me backwards. Except i wonder whether he's like jacked up something this possible you know. I mean as far as i know. Doping is okay for fans not like. Maybe it's not maybe it's illegal. I don't know but we have no idea. But i'd like to think that he was just purely very excited for people running Nice nice you. yeah. I hear just so beautiful. I'm not supposed to talk about it. it's all right. You know i think we. I think when people think of moving to montana or you know Or living year they probably think of like glacier than city wise they probably think of bozeman a lot. More dan i think of missoula and missoula does it. We don't have the like jagged alpine peaks on our skyline that you can see like you can bozeman. So i think we kind of escape a little bit of the hype But protrero running. I would be hard pressed to think of a place. It's better At the size of a city They're probably is a i. Don't know but it's it's pretty great. I'm complaining at all very good. Very my youngest daughter is going to missoula the end of august for A field course through the university of montana. Yeah so she's gonna be hiking and kayaking until individual tober so we gotta go get all her warm es and stuff like that. She's really excited. And that's college man. yeah. I really did college wrong. You're right she's environmental science major. And so they're gonna do some field work and things kids from There's only ten kids in the chorus. But they're from all over the country and she's she's very excited about it. That's great for her. I just worked at applebee's college. Yeah but i loved your book brendan. I hate running too i. Yeah i'm glad i'm like. Oh yeah fellow hater. Yeah so how did you get started renting a unified take back on it like the earliest memories that have running..

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"missoula" Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"missoula" Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

"You know you're coming into your home at the end of the day on about to come into my home there's that missoula remind me. What kind of home do i want to create the values. I want to have in my home. What's the purpose of my at a house or is it a home. There's a meaning. And i was really beautiful so i was inspired by that in the winnie the pooh movie. I directed that's right in the hundred acre wood. If you know where to look next to winning the poos house next his door. I hid zuza. So now he's not winnie the pooh he's winnie the chew so i. I hid that in there and then other movies. I've hid like my wife's name. My kids names. This is in the hand-drawn stuff. So i have lots of my kids names and things but the first movie i second. We've had directed disney chronics new groove. There's a sequence there where there's an audience in the stands. And i made one of them look like my wife and there's a scene when she's holding. My wife was pregnant with our first at the time. So i had her holding our baby but while we were making the see. We didn't know if we were having a boy or a girl so i had the artist had my wife holding a baby just either a blue blanket or a peak blanket right so And when we found out if the baby was a girl we make paint so we made it pink and then there was one scene where she's holding the baby but then like you cut back a minute later and the whole audience stands up and they applaud and my wife wasn't holding the baby and i said to the artist. What happened to the baby like well. We can't have her stand up day. Like my wife's not gonna like that. You can put the baby back in her hands so when you watch the movie. She stands up she holding now. The baby doesn't with one hand so that's the extent of my hidden. Things you ask my compadres. There's a lot out there. I'm just talking to one guy you know. There's thousands of guys by the way. I never told i never told this stuff to might maybe one or two of my friends..

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"missoula" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"missoula" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"In a wooded area southwest of Missoula, Montana Sport fizzle with that Cherokee. Uh, brother stand right now I'm attempting to stop in the ditch be able to cope with the deputies. One a veteran and the other a trainee watched as the Cherokee pulled out of a ditch and then blew past to stop side force of dreams running from me. Power. Good about 70 right now. On highway 12 that day, David Burgert seemed to know exactly where he was going. Leading officers off the highway and into the Lolo National Forest. Yeah, definitely looking for a place to confront us here. Mm hmm. Three and 6459. He just went off road and who we've lost sight of him. He's definitely and tactically advantage. Advantageous position. Less than a minute later, Burgert stopped on top of a ridge got out of his jeep and growth dot com This is K and S t A. M 7 90 I heart radio station. Deja vu on Capitol Hill. Lisa Brady Fox News, another hearing in Congress on the capital attack in January. We must keep at the forefront that January six Was the deadly culmination of weeks of increasingly desperate efforts by former President Trump. To prevent the peaceful transfer of power counts. Oversight Committee chair Carolyn Maloney says newly released emails Add to that showing President Trump and his allies pressured the Justice Department to investigate unsubstantiated claims of widespread voter fraud. Kentucky Congressman James Comer is the committee's ranking Republicans. Democrats. Star Witness, FBI director Christopher Wray has already testified multiple times before Congress about the events of January six, arguing no new information is likely in the Democrats just want to keep a 10. King, the former president. The CDC now lists a covid variant as one of concern in the US Foxes. Gurnal Scott has this life Lisa. The Delta very in first diagnosed in India is believed by the CDC to be more transmittable person to person than other offshoots of Covid. It also tends to cause more severe cases once contracted, even with increased transmissibility. Fox News is being told the current vaccines do give people a reduced risk of getting it. However, one case was reported in Hawaii Monday of a person who traveled to Nevada being diagnosed with that Delta variant even after being vaccinated. Hawaii health officials called that incident very rare. Lisa Thanks. Colonel. Former movie producer Harvey Weinstein can be extradited from New York to California to face more sexual assault charges. A judge in Buffalo today rejecting defense arguments over medical care and paperwork issues, His lawyers plan to appeal. Weinstein is serving a 23 year sentence for attacks on two women. He has five accusers in the case. America is listening to Fox News. Hi. Break time. I know you. I'm cola guard a prescription colon cancer.

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Cryptocurrency Has Raised Environmental Concerns  Local Governments Are Stepping In

Environment: NPR

01:57 min | 1 year ago

Cryptocurrency Has Raised Environmental Concerns Local Governments Are Stepping In

"It was big news when he lawn. Mosque said tesla would accept bitcoin as payment for cars but just a few days later he abandoned the policy citing the rapidly increasing use of fossil fuels to run the computers. The general bitcoin similar concerns have us jurisdictions now writing. New rules for so called crypto. Minors meghan my scott ski reports. This video shows the space that bitcoin mining company called block used to occupy in a former plywood mill. Just outside of missoula montana jason von. The former site manager says entering. The building was almost like stepping into a giant erector set and most of its steel and metal. There's just like hundreds of thousands of little blinking light. Someone those lights were on racks and racks of computers. They used to generate the crypto currency. Bitcoin by solving complicated mathematical problems that requires intense amounts of computational power and electricity and hyper wlac grew rapidly to become one of the largest bitcoin mining operations in north america concerns about how much energy it used. Drew the attention of missoula's county commissioners these say at its peak. The data center used as much energy as about a third of all households in the county. They started crafting. New regulations missoula counties sustainability program manager. Diana mineta we thought quite a lot about this not wanting to prohibit this industry in the county but wanting to figure out. How do we make this compatible with. The county is values in the county schools. 'specially the goals related to climate. Change the new. Rules require crypto currency companies to develop or by renewable energy equal to the amount they use jason bond with hyper block says the rules along with a pandemic dip in. Bitcoin value drove his company to bankruptcy. Just as it was preparing to expand its operations by three times

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Alaska tribes await word from FCC about broadband licenses

Native America Calling

03:48 min | 1 year ago

Alaska tribes await word from FCC about broadband licenses

"This is national native news. Tony gonzales alaska. Tribes are awaiting word on scores of wireless broadband licenses by the federal communications commission. It's part of a push to improve internet access and underserved communities a startup called alaska. Tribal spectrum received a one hundred thousand dollar grant to register as many alaska tribes during the final months of last year's application period gym berlin. Heads the keybase nonprofit which has signed up nearly seventy tribes mcnally commission were set up to create a recreated website in an application process to make it very very simple to join the consortium application and get as many as many tribes to grab a hold of for free asset before before the window closed any unclaimed licenses will go to auction to private carriers berlin says it was a big push to get rural tribes with poor internet to enroll on their website and the struggles. They had were told the craziest stories. You'd ever wanna hear trying to get their application in some of them. We ended up faxing in in in in to get an in Somehow to handwrite it. You know and do paper applications. I mean it was. It's so challenging. One of those tribes as douglas indian association near juneau kamal lint off says the trip was happy to get assistance. We had no clue. You know what this really was. And then no clue on how to how we manage it or even get started We had probably a couple of different places contact us and we kinda jumped on board with that one stinking. I was all we needed to do. Some of the applications overlap the douglas tribes applications for coverage in an area also claimed by central council of clinton haida indian tribes. Overlapping claims are being negotiated. Tribes will still have to pay for infrastructure. The cares act created a one billion dollar broadband fund tribes can apply for alaska. Tribal spectrum has applied separately for a federal community connect grant to bring broadband service to villages and the bristol bay region montana state lawmakers heard two bills wednesday seeking to establish indigenous peoples day in october yellowstone. Public radio's caitlyn. Nicholas has more senate bill. One forty six brought by senator. Shane mauricio a democrat from missoula would replace columbus day with indigenous peoples day. Senate bill ninety four sponsored by democrat. Susan weber from browning in northern montana would also establish indigenous peoples day but does not remove columbus day. More support was shown for the proposal to remove columbus day. Even the other bill sponsor said she preferred it. But many proponents including jordan thompson confederated salem in kootenai tribal member spoke on behalf of both bills are believed that the first bill we heard today was kind of like inviting everyone to the same backyard for a barbecue. This one's more like waving at each other with fence in between so we support it. But i'd much rather be at the barbecue. Proponents of the bills spoke to the importance of celebrating. What they called true. Us history acknowledging olive montana's citizens and the harm of celebrating christopher columbus whose acts of genocide and crimes against native. Americans are well documented. No one opposed either bill. During the hearing similar montana legislation failed in twenty seventeen and twenty nineteen. No executive action was taken on either bill for national news and report for america. I'm caitlyn nicholas the. Us senate committee on indian affairs holding. Its first meeting of the new congress thursday. The committee will elect new leaders. Senator bryan shots democrat from hawaii. As chairman and republican senator. Lisa murkowski from alaska as vice chair cove in nineteen relief healthcare education sacred site protection and a long list of other issues are among tribal priorities. I man tonia

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No. 17 West Virginia hosts No. 23 Kansas to begin 6-game gauntlet

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

01:41 min | 1 year ago

No. 17 West Virginia hosts No. 23 Kansas to begin 6-game gauntlet

"Saturday. Two pm eastern number twenty three kansas at number seventeen west virginia inside joe missoula coliseum. You can watch it on. Cbs america's most watched network is the network stars west virginia minus to give me a reason to pick kansas in this game. There's none right got a is. It justifiable k. This has dropped four straight road games by an average of nine point eight points. Those games were oklahoma state. Baylor oklahoma tennessee. I figure we're in agreement here. I'll take baba steam. I gets gets a win. We'll be stunning. But there's just not anything to base picking kansas right now gotta go. Wvu kansas six and six in the first two quadrants with all six losses coming in the first quadrant cases is not bad cases. Just isn't great. They're just like look but one obvious difference between early in the season in like recently. The jalen wilson is five of twenty six from the field in his past three games. This should nineteen point two percent. He averaged sixteen point three points and nine point zero rebounds in kate us first game. We were like whoa look at this. Now he's past seven games didn't seven point one points five point seven rebounds so he has slipped. Kansas has slipped west. Virginia by the way hasn't been great five and four in the past nine games three and one in the past. That's that's okay but five and four in the past night. yeah. I mean again. Kansas lost four straight road games. And i know it's not going into joe missoula coliseum under normal circumstances but like it's still a rogaine. They haven't been good in games west virginia minus two. I'll lay the number

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Mozilla: UNFCKD the Internet

Talking Tech

03:58 min | 2 years ago

Mozilla: UNFCKD the Internet

"So the Internet is not working says Lindsay Shepherd who likes to be called Chap and she works for Missoula Org and they have a new campaign get ready called UN F C Caid the Internet and she's GonNa. Tell us all about the campaign. Hey shop what do you say hold a person good to talk to you. So the problem in nutshell is what? The problem in nutshell is that the Internet has gone from something that is full of magic and incredible experiences to being riddled with systems that. Work under incentives that aren't about people there about prophets and so you know we've set up a series of actions that people can take simple things. You don't have to be some tech expert to understand how to do this stuff, but just simple things that people can do. Has More. Let's go down the. Shore. So we started off. This campaign with a first set of actions, and that's going to be changing over time because you know things change super quickly. Obviously. Online our first action is pretty simple. It's download fire Fox rate fire. Fox is really an independent browser. It doesn't track you. It doesn't keep your data and it's a way to kind of have that freedom of experience on the web. So that's always going to be like an easy recommendation US fire Fox browser gets you off to a good start. But. Then you start thinking about the different pieces of the Internet that people are using rate. one please little lot of people spend a lot of time time online as facebook. But what people don't know is that while they're posting picture their kids and their pets. There's lots of trackers that follow them around the web even after they leave. Right. So when you go to facebook and you leave facebook is following you around to understand where you're going what you're doing and using that to inform the content that you see on facebook and we don't think that's okay. We, think people should be able to sort of control that. So we recommend that people install our facebook container, which is basically an add on that prevents facebook from following you around on the web that's in Fire Fox. It's an add on fire Fox. Yes it is really effective. Can It really stop facebook from trucking? It really does we call it a container because sort of keeps facebook in a box where facebook is seeing what happens when you're on facebook. But not once you leave. One. Act to actions. What would a similar ones? You know we also want people to understand a little bit more about the situation Salako saying education is so critically important. So we are recommending that people take the time to watch the social dilemma on. Netflix, have you watched that yet? which is humanity about the the downside of being mind day. That's right and you know sort of profiles, some of these deeper rated problems in the system and so many folks are finding that really useful to understand helpings truly work. We don't believe that that necessarily gives the full breadth of the conversation, right? It's it's a bit of myopic view from a very specific group of people. So we recommend that people watch that, but we've also put together a compendium of different articles from different perspectives has a little bit more diversity to it. I'm for people to get a fuller sort of richer picture of what's going on there. So that that's another action that we recommend just educating yourself but not just from this one place like at the full breadth of perspective. W to. Bachelor. We do we have something called YouTube regrets? And basically it's another extension of fire. Fox in what it does is it lets you report regrettable recommendations that you've been served. People go to find out about the campaign at some of these other companies that. Iraq recommend. It's MAZZOLA DOT com slash U. N. F. C. K.

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Driscolls Will Grow Strawberries Vertically, Year-Round

Business Wars Daily

03:20 min | 2 years ago

Driscolls Will Grow Strawberries Vertically, Year-Round

"Wonder I'm David Brown and this is business wars daily on this Thursday October fifteenth. What's on your plate for lunch today a salad some fruit. Since, the pandemic began many of us are eating healthier or at least trying to and all those additional leafy Greens and Berries on your plate have to come from somewhere preferably somewhere that reduces long distance food miles and maybe improves the taste over those deadly dull hothouse tomatoes. Our Appetite for fresh produce is fueling big growth in hot new industry vertical farming. On Monday, Driscoll's America's biggest strawberry provider said, it will start growing some of it strawberries in an indoor vertical farm that farm is run by San. Francisco AG Tech. Company. Plenty. Unlimited. Driscoll's new huge greenhouse will be in Laramie Wyoming hardly the nation's strawberry capital anticipating consumers possible objections driscoll says strawberries grown vertically without dirt or fresh air or just as tasty. Perhaps tastier than those grown on its California farms founded in twenty fourteen plenty unlimited began growing mountains of leafy Greens in a San Francisco vertical greenhouse last year. It now supplies leafy Greens to hundreds of Safeway, and Albertson's grocery stores in California. If you were to walk into its High Tech Greenhouse, you'd look up and up and up at endless walls of Kale a regular lettuce in Missoula. Mix. The company is green in more ways than one. They say, they use no GMO's and no pesticides because they don't spray for bugs plenty makes the startling claim that you don't even need to wash their produce and like other vertical farms plenty claims to use a tiny fraction of and water compared to traditional farming about one percent of land in less than five percent of water. Most vertical farms launched with Greens which grow well hydroponically and aeroponics not to mention they take less space than say tomatoes and strawberries. Moreover, local Greens are popular. They're also delicate which makes them great candidates for one of the purported benefits offered by tech indoor farms. That is if you can use controlled indoor conditions including led lights, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and recycled water to grow food on a large scale, you can put these greenhouses anywhere whether it be damned, and if you can grow strawberries in frozen Laramie Wyoming year round, you can shrink food miles the average. Plate of food travels fifteen hundred miles before it winds up on our table shrinking those food miles is good for the environment. It's also good for most produce great for grains. But now that vertical Greens have been proven, it's time to expand into other fruits and vegetables which brings us back to driscoll's the strawberry giant. It supplies a third of all strawberries in America and it's making a big investment in plenty. The Financial Times reports that high profile deal is only one of a flurry of investments signaling the news that high tech indoor farming is here to stay. Recently revel Greens. Minnesota startup raised almost seventy million dollars growing. It's total investment to two hundred million dollars using rainwater and snow. Melt. Company grows lettuce in mammoth greenhouses in California Texas and of course, it home in Minnesota with its new money rebel Greens plans to expand its Texas footprint according to the Star Tribune newspaper.

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Trump's former chief of staff John Kelly: 'we need to look harder at who we elect'

The Lead with Jake Tapper

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Trump's former chief of staff John Kelly: 'we need to look harder at who we elect'

"Former trump White House chief of staff retired Marine. General John Kelly today, adding his voice to the chorus of former top trump officials, not just dismayed with President Trump's handling of the current crisis, but worried Kelly agreeing with former defense secretary. James Madison's withering assessment of trump as As someone who seeks to divide the American people someone not mature enough to run the country. Saying quote I think we need to look harder at who we elect. What is their character like? What are their ethics

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Mental health care in a time of social isolation probably involves an app

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

03:22 min | 2 years ago

Mental health care in a time of social isolation probably involves an app

"Mental health in a time of social isolation probably involves an APP from American public media. This is marketplace tech. I'm Ali would cova. Nineteen has opened up a conversation about remote therapy but online mental health care goes way beyond talking to a therapist over video conference APP analytics companies. They downloads of mental health and wellness. Apps are up almost thirty percent since the pandemic began. These include therapy services. Yes but also meditation APPs like calm or head space so first of all do they work and second. What are the privacy regulation concerns American public media's mental health reporter Lisa? Roth took this might make Freud turnover in his grave. There's an APP where you therapy with a robot. They're also APPs to monitor the side effects of medications APPs to help with PTSD and the list goes on and on. Now that doesn't mean technology is going to put your therapist out of Business John. Taurus is a psychiatrist who runs the Division of Digital Psychiatry at Real deaconess hospital in Boston. Algorithms not gonNA decide your care but he does use technology to help. Patients keep track of things that affect their mental health. Danielson is a freelance writer in Missoula Montana who has clinical depression an APP. He's using now. Tim Rate His mood with one being the worst and ten being the best. That kind of gives me a moment to realize that. This motion isn't me. I some counts there as many as ten thousand mental health APPS. So maybe it's no surprise that the prices are all over the map from free downloads to four hundred dollars for a lifetime membership at a popular meditation APP. Adam Powell is a healthcare consultant. Who says this means? It's hard to know how much the mental health APP business is. Actually worth some of the variation has to do with how that markets defined does it include wellness APPs or just strictly mental health APPs. Can they bill to insurance or not and so on? Stephanie's was is a therapist in North Carolina who got a grant a design and out for people with eating disorders but eventually gave up because a startup was doing it faster. That got her wondering how these should be regulated. Do we think of APPS as being like FDA approved drugs and we need to make sure that they're effective before the watch them to the market and because a lot of these APPs are being developed by companies. John Taurus. The psychiatrist says he's worried about what those companies do with people's data. What have you also gave access to your. Gps So knows where you sleep at night and you gave this access to your call and text records so it knows who your friends and contacts in. Romantic relationships are drug. Companies Marketing companies and insurance companies. Might all be interested in the data. You're sharing as of your mental health. Care though maybe not in your well being. That's American public media's mental health reporter Lisa Roth the. Us Census Bureau released data this week showing that roughly a third of Americans are showing signs of clinical depression or

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The Love in the Time of Corona

The Promised Podcast

04:02 min | 2 years ago

The Love in the Time of Corona

"We have this matter that we're following with alert interesting. Great concern a corona virus round up. If you will as part of an occasional series that we call the promised. Podcast ponders a fraction of our reactions to the viruses exactions including rabbis region. While gauging the contagion will begin our corona roundup with this Susan a physician gets from the regional coordinator of mcabe health services through a WHATSAPP group of healthcare providers constant updates about the corona virus usually announcements press and sometimes detailed memoranda about changing rules and procedures issued by the Ministry of Health as well as a report of each new reported cases of infection with so much happening so quickly over the past week or phone is basically constantly abuzz with a nearly steady stream of updates among them. She received this week a WHATSAPP message with the bold heading a clarification of health ministry procedures beneath which was this which I read in its entirety quote. The general public is instructed to avoid hugging kissing in any unnecessary contact with acquaintances. Ashkenazim continued to act as you always do end quote. Of course doctors are not the only ones on high alert as a result of the epidemic rabbis to our consider for instance the following six examples example one Ashkenazi chief. Rabbi Dovid Lao announced last week that owing to the potential spread of the virus. No one should kiss a Mizzou on a door frame which could easily become a vector. Lau said in a statement quote. There is no doubt that one should not kiss Missoula or touch it at all. It is enough for a person to think when he enters or leaves a room about what is written in the Mitsubish Ma prayer and that will accompany him on his way and quote. Rabbi Lau added that quote there is no commandment or obligation to kiss a missoula that is simply a custom with ancient roots. That became traditional end. Quote number two asked whether a person in home quarantine me fulfill the commandment of hearing the scroll of Esther read on Purim which we celebrated this week via facebook live or some other form of audio or video transmission via telephone. Rob Schlomo Avi Nair. The rabbi of Baked L. And the head of the Authority shall Sheva gave a long learning and very ambivalent answer that ended with this quote in Summary. One under quarantine out of fear of corona may fulfill his obligation to read the mcgilla and here the mcgilla by telephone or live video and may read alone at home from a Kosher Mikaela written by hand on parchment by authorize scribe. He is not obligated to chant but he must read without mistakes and quote three on Monday. A mostly virtual mass prayer vigil took place with a core of rabbis and yeshiva students. I R. L. At the grave of Shimon Borrego high on Mount Rhone live streaming. There live prayers Shimon Barrio. High was the second century disciple of Rabbi Akiva by tradition considered to be the author of the Zohar the Great Proto cabalistic book that is the lowest classes of Jewish mysticism. According to tradition Shimon Barrio high was sentenced to death by a Roman governor and he went on the Lam living for thirteen years in a cave near Dera sustained by dates and cabs alone by the time his self quarantine ended Shimon bar Yo high was riddled with disease but cured himself by bathing in the warm springs of Tiberius with makes him a patron rabbi of our president health crisis among the prayers available on a specially prepared Internet downloadable text on the knowsley called prayers to stop the plague passages from the Zohar Tim Psalms and more number four when asked by student weather. The Quote Dangerous Virus Corona symbolizes a prophecy or heavenly sign. Rabbi Zamir Cohen the author of the bestselling available on Amazon for thirty three ninety nine book the coming Revolution Science discovers the truths of the Bible and the founder of the Hebrew Institute said among

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Marijuana users need twice as much sedation for medical procedures

WIBC Programming

01:29 min | 3 years ago

Marijuana users need twice as much sedation for medical procedures

"Nina well for this study, researchers looked at the medical records of twenty. Five people all who underwent small medical procedures and to reported using cannabis daily or weekly may compared them to two hundred and twenty five people who had the same surgeries. But who did not report using marijuana? Turns out cannabis users needed around fifteen percent. More sentinel twenty percent more Missoula and twice the amount of purple to be sedated. The study is out of Colorado state where recreational marijuana use is legal. The concern is that patients might not tell the truth about their marijuana use in states, where it's illegal like, Indiana, Dr presson anesthesiologist, and you helped said doctors know, how much the Dacian to give based on the patient's blood pressure heart rate and movement, for example, still he warns patients to be honest. Using a regular basis and then abstaining for a week. They may still have quite a bit of compound on board in this. This is protected information. What you share with your physician is between you and your physician. Dr president said this study was unique in that. It was the first he's come across that study anesthetic effects on human cannabis users. But he also noted the study didn't report any mortality knows meeting more sedation. I asked Dr president his delivery methods would change if Indiana were to legalize marijuana. He's that he's likely reading patients that use marijuana daily more Hoosier smoking up when change how we put

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John Karna talks "Valley of the Boom"

Talking Tech

06:17 min | 4 years ago

John Karna talks "Valley of the Boom"

"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com with wicks you can use artificial design intelligence to create a stunning website right from your phone in five minutes or less. Just go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your professional website today. Actor John Karna got to play Mark Andriessen who created the Netscape browser back in the pre dawn of the internet era. He plays them in a new mini series about the birth of the internet called valley of the boom which airs on the National Geographic channel, John Carney joins us today on talking tech shares her fluctuations on the early days of the internet. I'm Jefferson Graham. Stay tuned. Yeah. You know, it's an interesting show primarily because you get to see interviews with the real players in ball alongside these kind of dramatic reenactments. But the only person who really didn't want to do any interviews for the show was Mark because he just notoriously hates talking about the past. And and so I got to kind of, you know, do like a mock interviews him, and then at some point somebody stops me, and I break the fourth wall. And I'm like, you know, guys, I'm obviously not market. I'm I'm this actor Jon Karna, and you know, Mark does. I don't really want to do this in in that way. Kinda gives me a little bit of leeway. Just in the sense that, you know, I'm a pretty small guy about five nine, and I think Mark at twenty four was six two or six three something crazy in, you know, like over two hundred pounds, and in this way, kind of gives me a little bit of leeway, which was cool. There's a lot of fun. She played the young Mark Anderson for yes, sir. Yeah. Mark at twenty four. I believe was when he was, you know, the founder of Netscape the first year there, and he was just a young kid. Really? I didn't really know a ton about Mark. I mean, I when I was a kid I remember using Netscape, and I remember, especially using Firefox growing up. I thought that like, you know, at the time that was the the browser that everyone said was way better than Internet Explorer in its cool that that code came from the original Netscape code in Missoula crew is off from the Netscape crew in. But I did a ton of research when I found out I got the Parton I was really struck by just how innovative really was to create a browser at that time in the ninety s I mean, it it just kept getting driven home to me how before this browser was widely disseminated no-one relieving knew how to get on the internet. Even though the internet had been happening for about a decade. It was really only being used by the department of defense in academia in. Browser. The first one mosaic. It really it opened everything up a lot of times. He likens it to the invention of the printing press again, and it in a way totally was that influential right now, did you get to meet Moton tourism? No, unfortunately, not. I'm such a fan. I definitely tried for a little bit too. Just to talk to him to get a little bit of a sense of what it felt like when he was a working Netscape because you know, he is he's just such a private person. Understandably, so and not the least of which because he's still one of the biggest players in the venture capital world right now. So I definitely wrote him like a letter. I I asked kind of like the the music that he listened to at the time because that was a really good way for me to kind of get into his head space. But no, you know, I just have had a ton of conversations with them in my head, you know, to question or treated with us market Newson. I I would definitely ask him about his. Music. I, you know, he just he everyone said he just loved listening to a ton of classical music. And I think like I I made myself a little playlist that I kind of thought that maybe he would listen to. I would also I would also, you know, if I if I really was able to talk to him, frankly, I would wanna know really any sort of details about how it must have felt when all of this was getting kind of on the downhill in a O L, you know, buys Netscape in it's not necessarily a happy ending for that company by any means. I mean, I've even though it saved it from Microsoft's, it kind of you know, that's the end of Netscape, and I would be interested to see, you know, if that if that spurned him on to anything new or if that kind of is something he would rather leave behind, you know, or via valley, the boom is on the National Geographic channel are. It's an eight ups owed for six episodes in where we have they run all of them or the. In the middle of it. Or where's that they're all out now and me personally, I think it's really great to binge them. Some of, you know, sixty episodes on the all flow pretty crazily in. I think you can find him on the net GO app or on the effects now Eappen, you know, hope everyone enjoys it. You've been listening to after John Karna who plays Mark, Andrew sim. Indeed, new National Geographic mini series valley of boom. I'm Jefferson Graham with USA today. You can find me on Twitter where I'm at Jefferson Graham, you can find talking tech wherever you listen to online audio subscribe to the show, please favorite us on Stitcher, which helps more people find the show and thanks everyone for listening. Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. When you're ready to get your website up and running you wanna be able to do it quickly and efficiently and wicks dot com has got you covered. They developed artificial design intelligence that creates a stunning website for you with wicks, you can create your own professional website right from your phone, which means you can open your own online store portfolio or blog wherever you are. How's that for officiant? 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Supreme Court rejects Trump administration's asylum ban

Weekend Edition Saturday

00:53 sec | 4 years ago

Supreme Court rejects Trump administration's asylum ban

"Yellowstone National Park area grizzly bears, Montana, publicradio snick Maude reports a judge's ruling blocked, but would have been the first grisly. Hudson decades, notice to appeal doesn't actually take the case to the ninth circuit. But it does by the government time to decide whether to formally challenge. The ruling the states of Wyoming and Idaho, along with four pro-hunting groups have also filed appeals attorney Andrea Senator Sierra of the center for biological diversity says a formal challenge by the administration would mean more resources spent on litigation less on recovery. Yellowstone beloved reservoirs deserve more than that. And we're prepared to fight vigorously to defend the court's determination. That grizzly bears. So meet federal protection fish and wildlife directed questions to the Justice department, which declined to comment for NPR news. I'm Nick Ma in Missoula, and you're listening to NPR news. Supreme court Justice, Ruth, Bader Ginsburg is recovering at Memorial Sloan Kettering hospital in New York City after surgery Friday morning for lung cancer. This Ginsberg's third bout with cancer in twenty years and she's eighty five, but as NPR's Nina totenberg reports doctors say the prospects for full recovery or good barring serious complications Ginsburg is once again, proving what a fighter she is on Friday just hours after surgery, she cast a decisive refusing to allow the Trump administration to implement its new rules prohibiting people from seeking asylum. If they crossed the border illegally the five to four decision was a setback for the administration which cannot carry out its policy without first persuading lower court judges now by evening Ginsberg was sitting in a chair and calling friends who said she sounded strong and pretty Chipper barring any serious complications Ginsburg is expected to remain in the hospital for two to four days and then to resume a light schedule of work at. At home, Nina, totenberg, NPR news, Washington. London's Gatwick airport says it plans to run a full schedule of flights today. Gatwick is UK second largest airport had had to close the runway several times this week because of drones that started flying in the area. Police have made two arrests as part of their ongoing investigation into the criminal use of drones. A self driving car startup has one permission to start offering rides to passengers in California. State regulators branded the startup known as oops the first permit under a pilot program, the company cannot charge for the service. So in a backup driver must be in the car to take over if necessary. I'm Joel Snyder NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the NPR wine club where NPR shows become lines like weekend edition cabernet and every bottle tells the story available to adults twenty one years or older at NPR wine club dot org slash weekend. This weekend edition from NPR news. I'm Scott Simon.

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Introducing Season 4 of IRL: Because Online Life is Real Life

IRL: Online Life Is Real Life

02:21 min | 4 years ago

Introducing Season 4 of IRL: Because Online Life is Real Life

"Does this sound? Okay. Yeah. I just go for it. Okay. I'm a new summer ODI, and I'm hosting season for of IRL online life is real life. It's an original podcast from Missoula to get the feeling that we're at the start of a reckoning for the internet in two thousand eighteen social media giants admitted that their platform spread misinformation and disinformation around the world. It's the same year that some governments past privacy laws protecting our data and others promised regulation to come. It's also the year the metoo movement found its way into the boardrooms of big tech. And that's what progress looks like hard conversation and debates are happening people like you and me are standing up for a safe open and free internet an internet. That is awesome for everyone. King. So why am I hosted the show while I'm a journalist, and my thing is investigating. How tech changes our lives and our world sometimes for good sometimes not so good. I've been using the phrase ethical tack on. I don't know if that's a real phrase. Let's use it because I really think that we can build technology that his ethical. It's what was Zillah does. It's what they stand for both of us want the same thing to have choice control and transparency when it comes to the internet. And it's through that lens that this season. We're going to look at how even the most basic things we do online our shaped by those who built those basic things from how we shop to what we read who moderates are content even how he pick our passwords. We'll unpack those ideas. Learn who gets represented and who gets ignored November twenty six. That's when the first episode drops. We are going to get nerdy. We are going to get Hugh. Human. We're gonna also some fun. Subscribe for free on apple podcast, Google podcasts or wherever you like listening IRL from zilla the company that makes the fire FOX browser. Come. Listen. Come learn and come demand, a better internet.

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