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Corny Koehl Can't Understand the About Turn in Dr Oz
"You got to talk to me about Doctor Oz, so you executive produced for executive produce, so I was the executive producer for Oprah radio when they launched initially. It was called Oprah and Friends in 2006 on XM, and then XM and Sirius drew together. And I oversaw that whole channel. And so yeah, I had a lot of interactions with Doctor Oz, we also took his show on the satellite and we took it terrestrially as well. And he was lovely. You know, I really have nothing negative to say. Doctor. He's on record saying it is not a heartbeat at 6 weeks before. Now, what happens to these people? Were they have to become right wing science denying lunatics? Even doctors like him. Right, right. And just bending over for yes. The former guy is just a stunning, I never would have seen it. And another person that I E peed for was Lisa is. So when mamet had a show on The Oprah channel, Lisa did as well, and it was a weekly show and it was very spiritually oriented. And I can't fathom being super spiritual and thinking, okay, a 100% against abortion is a good thing. It blows my mind.
The 10 Most Important Races in 2022
"Master dot com, Joe day dot com, team Herschel dot com, Ted bud dot com, Morse the number four Senate dot com, Adam laxalt dot com. JD Vance dot com, Doctor Oz dot com, smiley for Senate dot com, Ron Johnson for Senate dot com. That's not order of importance. That's the order of the states. Blake masters in Arizona, Joe Dan, Colorado, Herschel Walker, and Georgia, Ted bud in North Carolina, I think, oh, got that wrong. It's then C, but NH I was using the abbreviations. Chuck Morris in New Hampshire, Adam laxalt and Nevada, JD vents and Ohio, Doctor Oz and Pennsylvania, Tiffany smiley and Washington state and Ron Johnson in Wisconsin. That's the key. Those ten races. And I hope Peter jail gives them all Peter Thiel gives a $100 million to each of those races. Sets up an independent expenditure committee. If you're listening, Peter, I'm just saying, give a $1 billion away and win the country. It matters. It matters. We got to stop these crazy judges. Yes, we got to fix tax policy. We can fix that. We're going to have the House of Representatives in any event. And great candidates winning all across the United States last night. Republicans low end, they're going to pick up ten high end. They could pick up 40. Depends on how badly Joe Biden screws up and what happens with inflation. And right now, the misery index, I think it's baked in. The house is one. Democrats are giving up the retiring in droves. They're running away. And they should. Because redistricting plus the misery index means a Republican wave in the house.
Eric Schmitt Wins Missouri Republican Senate Primary
"Good Wednesday morning to you. It's the morning after election day. Eric Schmidt is the nominee in Missouri. That's a giant relief he's going to win handily, attorney general Schmidt. And now we have the field all but set. There are ten key races for the United States Senate. And I always focus on the Senate. Anyone who's listening to this show for years now. By the way, Kerry Lake is about 20,000 votes ahead of Karen Robson. I think Carrie Lake is won it, not quite sure yet. No one's called it, tutor Dixon is the nominee for governor in Michigan. And Blake masters, the nominee in Arizona. None of those unexpected, the Taylor, the Kerry Lake Karen Robson race is a dead heat statistically, and the polls have that completely wrong again. Do not read the polls. It's sort of like, I know Herschel's of Raphael Warnock. And I know the polls show that he's not. And I know that Doctor Oz is ahead of John fetterman, the polls show he's way behind. He's not. It's just that they don't know how to pull anymore and they won't admit it and they continue to use it because the media is left wing. And they don't want to make it obvious. Look, here is the rundown. I just tweeted this out. I hope you'll do two things. To begin this morning, might be a little bit. While trying to get my voice because that late night following results last night until I finally couldn't see any way to figure out who was going to win in Arizona's governor race. Eric, Eric Schmidt had won the Missouri race fairly early, as had tutor Dixon the Michigan race. There are four big races last night. Michigan governor, and my guy lost, I wanted Kevin rinky, but I kind of knew that tutor Dickson was going to win when Donald Trump endorsed her. I really mattered the most to me with Eric Schmidt winning an Missouri. I've got to tell you, we have a safe red seat there, a safe, deep red state that could have been thrown away and we didn't throw it away 'cause they nominated the strongest, very competent candidate when the show me state nominated Eric Schmidt.
Compared to Fetterman, Dr. Oz Cares About Big Conservative Issues
Salena Zito Joins Hugh to Discuss the Pennsylvania Senate Race
"Matters more than the Pennsylvania Senate race. There are some that matter as much, but if John fetterman beats Doctor Oz in Pennsylvania, be very hard to get to 51 or 52 that the Republicans need. Selena zito will be on the show. I think between ten times between now and the election day. And so Selena, I gotta ask you, how's this feel to you? 'cause it seems to me that fetterman still isn't well and Doctor Oz is out there working it hard. How does it feel on the ground in Pennsylvania? It feels like what a statewide race tradition traditionally feels like in this state. And with the exception that federman is an out there and awe is out there all the time. Now, I think it's kind of fascinating if you read the reports outside of, you know, in D.C. or out of New York, they're saying, oh, Oz isn't anywhere. Well, he's exhausting. He's everywhere. He is doing that sort of unglamorous, unsexy thing of just going around the state, logging on now, more importantly, logging on relationships and rebuilding them with people. As we all know, it was a pretty ugly primary, but most primaries are ugly.
Fetterman absence raises stakes for Dems in key Senate race
"John fetterman's absence is raising the stakes for Democrats in a key Senate race Democrats hoping to maintain a fragile Senate majority or keeping an eye on the race in Pennsylvania Lieutenant governor John fetterman hasn't been seen much since he suffered a stroke in May and underwent surgery to implant a pacemaker The democratic candidate hasn't been fielding questions from the press although his campaign staff says he's been walking 5 miles a day making fundraising calls and holding meetings Joe foster who recently retired as party chair in Montgomery county says the campaign told him they figured fetterman would start getting out in mid July Federman and Republican candidate doctor mehmet Oz had been exchanging barbs on social media with the Democrat portraying Oz as a carpet bagger after Oz filmed the campaign ad at his mansion in New Jersey He trolled the TV host with a video from MTV's Jersey Shore star snooki telling Oz he'd be back in New Jersey soon Meanwhile Oz laced up running shoes and went for a jog as he welcomed fetterman back on the campaign trail saying it will be good to focus on fetterman's quote crazy leftist ideas rather than his health I'm Jennifer King
An Update on Georgia Political Polls
"What's going on in Georgia, by the way? There is some new polling data out. A couple of weeks ago, Raphael Warnock was up double digits over Herschel Walker now, walker is up slightly over Warnock, and both of the very different polls, but both of the polls show Brian Kemp with a sizable lead about a ten point lead over Stacey Abrams for governor and then of course we're not going to walk her for the Senate. But walker is facing all sorts of troubles with the secret children, a lot of allegations out there and it's a pretty scandalous stuff. But the concern is that this may be a very tight race for the U.S. Senate in Georgia, throw in what's happening in Pennsylvania with Doctor Oz, and there are some concerns that the Republicans may not be able to take back the U.S. Senate because of weak candidates. Now, I'm going to rely on you people in Georgia because it seemed to me the only reason that Herschel Walker was selected is because he was a football star and everybody knew it. Everybody knew his name. That was pretty much it. Because you actually had some rock solid Trump conservatives, true conservatives, conservatives who could debate, conservatives who could get out there and fight, conservatives who actually lived in Georgia. And those people were shoved aside. And the decision was made, Herschel is your guy, whether he debates or not, it doesn't matter. So I'm hoping I'm hoping that actually pays off for the Georgia Republicans. Because if Doctor Oz loses and Doctor Oz is not doing well in the polls, doctor nobody knows what Doctor Oz is up to. At least Herschel Walker is so clinging to president Trump.
Doug Collins and Matt Whitaker Discuss the Left's 'Judicial Activism'
"Line, we got former active attorney general Matt winner, good friend of mine, got to know him a lot. We sort of traded books. He's been in my books. But Matt, it is good to have you on how you been today. I'm doing awesome. My friend, how are you? Happy Independence Day. Hey man, happy independence. It's good to celebrate it, isn't it? You know. We have the best country in the world. Well, and we just always need to remember the Patriots that gave the ultimate sacrifice or were willing to give the ultimate sacrifice. Not only to secure our liberty, but also to defend it for the last almost 250 years. It's really a celebration of just what makes America great, I think. Oh, I agree with you completely and looking at it. But I want to turn my attention, of course, we've had a, I think, and I said it in the first segment today. The left is calling a judicial activism. We're simply calling it back to reality and interpreting interpreting the law in a constitutional. I mean, what we're seeing out there right now is that it reminds me of the scene from The Wizard of Oz, the liberals. I don't think it's amazing because actual real law. But I want you to respond to this. I mean, what bothers me about this though is the president has been overseas. He's been to G 7. Whatever, but he's been there. But then when he had the opportunity when he starts talking about it, he actually degrades our court on a world stage. I want you to listen to this and I want to get your comments on this. I'm joined by a group of democratic governors. We work closely to protect women's rights after this tragic reversal of roe V wade. The terrible extreme decision in my view, upending lives and impacting on the health and safety of millions of women. And I share the public outrage at this extremist court that's committed to moving America backwards. And now Matt, come on. I mean, he said this day, but he said it on world stage. Tell me, what is this court extremist, except they didn't know what they want. No, I mean, I think this restores constitutional jurisprudence closer to the constitution. And I've never, you know, the Democrats are always talking about democracy, right? They're always like, we're a democracy. We're actually we're a constitutional republic, but let's not quibble. Ultimately, the people are sovereign. And this opinion restored the power of this issue to the people and to the
Doug Mastriano: I Was Number One on the DNC's Hit List
"It was kind of hilarious to watch They were painting the Senate race which Doctor Oz why I support the Republican and you know in any race regardless of your feeling about doctor Rossi's far better than that Bernie Sanders lunatic running in that race But you remember everybody's like wow he's more of a moderate and mastery is no chance whatsoever but the odd thing is you're polling actually ahead of it I'm not asking you to go after him at all I'm just saying you're polling actually ahead of where he's falling which always goes to show you the media you can almost be guaranteed they're going to get the story wrong when evaluating a Republican every single time And it's funny I don't know if you were tracking this And thank you for your words of encouragement there over the past couple of months here when I've been so laid by the media You know you're doing the right thing I appreciate Teddy Roosevelt says you could judge a man's character by whose enemies are So thank you very much Media for that But last year the Democrats the DNC worked with the Democrat legislative campaign campaign YouTube blacklist 21 state legislators and I was number one on their hit list So this all came out in the salon of political article this past November And they viewed me as a threat to their plans in Pennsylvania and decided to attack me with talking points with all the mainstream media and their goal was to hit me so bad publicly that I'd resign and shame They did a poll in November and they are appalled at the results They saw my negatives or single digits and they said not only did it make him more popular in a state he's a lead candidate for governor like no kidding Thank you very much We watched this with Donald Trump We're not going to fall for it a second time
Santander homers, points to dad in the stands, O's edge Rays
"Anthony Santander blasted a first stinting home run onto Baltimore's Utah street Cedric Mullins followed up with an RBI double in the third and that proved enough for the Orioles as they beat the Tampa Bay Rays two to one They had to do it without their scheduled starter Jordan lyles scratched with a stomach virus forcing manager Brandon Hyde into a bullpen game The Oz used 7 pitchers Austin both the recent waiver claim from the nationals started throwing two and two thirds scoreless innings with four strikeouts Picked up the win and Jorge Lopez earned his 11th save I'm Ben
Can John Fetterman Overcome Health Issues to Win Pa Senate Race
"Selena good morning, how are you? Good morning, sunshine. How are you? I'm great. I need an update on John fetterman. The democratic nominee for senator will be facing Doctor Oz. I have tried to decipher what the story is on his health. What do you know? What I know is that he was, he in 2017, his doctor had told him that not only did he need to lose weight, he was a 400 pounds, but he also had a heart condition, and he needed to be taking blood thinner. You know, I mean, it really compartmentalizing it, but that's basically what they told him. What he did do is lose the weight. It was sort of dramatic, very quickly, he lost it. But he didn't ever go back to the doctor. Never took the blood center. And that is why he fell ill, it was not why he had the stroke, but that is why he fell ill and had to have the pacemaker. And so he never sort of revealed this and now that's all caught up with him. And his doctor put out a statement the other day, say, you know, saying in effect, you know, this is what happened. He almost died and we now have him in a pacemaker and taking the blood thinner and he's on the road to recovery.
Fetterman’s Heart Issues Add Wild Card to Key Pennsylvania Senate Race
"Big story in the post as well on John fetterman, the democratic nominee who will be facing Doctor Oz, John thought him is really sick, say a prayer for him, but he hasn't appeared since the election day when he had a stroke and he had a pacemaker put in and they have not been forthcoming. He's not been forthcoming his campaign staff sort of apologized yesterday over the weekend about his heart condition and his the damage done by the stroke, wish him a rapid recovery, but he really ought to step aside. It sounds like him like Connor lamb run, but he's not going to. He's going to count on, I don't know. He wasn't going to win anyway. He's off the left left.
McCormick concedes to Oz in Pennsylvania GOP Senate primary
"David McCormick has conceded the Republican Senate primary in Pennsylvania Former hedge fund manager David McCormick ended his campaign for Pennsylvania's GOP Senate nomination on Friday acknowledging that even with less than a thousand votes dividing the candidates the results of an ongoing statewide recount wouldn't get him enough to make up the deficit McCormick says he called celebrity heart surgeon doctor mehmet Oz to concede at a campaign party in Pittsburgh he told supporters tonight is really about us all coming together The concession means that Oz will go head to head with Democrat and lieutenant governor John fetterman and Pennsylvania's closely watched general election which could determine control of the Senate Easily won his primary even after suffering a stroke and having a pacemaker put in just days before On Friday he issued a statement acknowledging that he almost died after ignoring warning signs in a doctor's advice for years His cardiologist disclosed that he has cardiomyopathy in which the heart muscle becomes weakened and enlarged I'm Jennifer King
Mark Levin Reacts to David McCormick's Concession to Dr. Oz
"A remarkable event just occurred in the Republican primary for the Senate in Pennsylvania David McCormick has just conceded to Doctor Oz Now I want to say something about this I endorsed neither candidate and I posed neither candidate But I believe by doing this which is quite honorable David McCormick will have a an extraordinarily strong and bright future in the Republican Party in Pennsylvania I truly believe that He got some bad advice from his lawyer chuck Cooper Who wanted to litigate this matter As if it was Al Gore in 2000 And create a scenario in which the Democrats would benefit from the change in the law the Cooper and his colleagues had concocted Which is exactly why the Democrat Secretary of State supported which was to count ballots submitted an envelopes that were signed but not hand dated
Supreme Court order could affect Pennsylvania Senate count
"A Supreme Court order could affect the Pennsylvania Senate vote count The Supreme Court is temporarily blocking the counting of some mail in ballots in Pennsylvania There's a tight Republican Senate primary between former hedge fund CEO David McCormick and celebrity heart surgeon doctor mehmet Oz and order from justice Samuel Alito paused a lower court ruling in a lawsuit over a disputed 2021 local court election that would have allowed the counting of mail in ballots that lacked a handwritten date The Pennsylvania law requires voters to write a date on the envelope in which they mail in their ballots but the envelope is postmarked by the post office and timestamped by counties when they receive it Ed Donahue Washington
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David McCormick Takes Pennsylvania Senate Ballot Fight to Court
"So what David McCormick team has decided to do is to sue to allow the ballots that were not hand dated To be counted That is the ballots that were stamped dated To be counted Of course he is support over at national review because Donald Trump backed Doctor Oz and they hate Doctor Oz by their legal aimless over there who claims that this is really a civil rights issue according to the federal courts There's no civil rights issue This is a black and white simple originalism issue And there is no reason to change state law There's no civil rights issue or civil rights violation And it is a material issue Whether you sign and date a document for all kinds of legal purposes including absentee ballots and the envelope in which those ballots are placed
Which Republican Will Hold Pennsylvania Senate Seat?
"Look, it's going to be Doctor Oz, or David McCormick. And they're going up against John fetterman. And the conventional wisdom is that either one of these guys can take him. Am I reading that right? I think the conventional wisdom is correct given the political atmospherics and just how competitive it Pennsylvania is in the year 2022, let's say versus the year 2002. Right. So 20 years ago, Pennsylvania was always just competitive enough for Republicans to challenge for it. Let's say in presidential contests. And it did send Republicans to Congress as a part of their Senate delegation. But the state really has become super competitive and the atmosphere for Democrats is just as bad as an atmosphere I've seen for a political party. I guess it's 2018 when it was that almost that bad. Well, look, but that's why I think Oz or McCormick is very likely to win the general election. Well,
"oz" Discussed on Life in 16 oz.
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"oz" Discussed on Life in 16 oz.
"Because powerful pieces. Basically forty eight chapters. Each chapter is a is a term concept concept like pride like And bigotry one. That there's two kinds of bigotry. Identify into separate chapters. One is conscious bigotry. Like when you know you hate that group unconscious bigotry as the kind that i talk about which i compared to spiders in your mind. You don't know. They crawled in there but they got in there. Because of what you heard in your environment you know part of your again this. The experiences shape us. And so in that story i often will indict myself. My own failings are are some of my favorite teaching material. Because if i can acknowledge and say yeah dude i have this. I have this law. Have this failing. I i really dropped the ball on this thing over here. Then that can help people realize it's okay. It's okay to stay your flaws because that's part of the growth process and be us. I got that too. Maybe it's not so bad. I was hiding it but now i can acknowledge it and start to work on it and let it go all right so we've talked about the book. We've talked about his background as a navy seal. What was next. Well he wanted to go ahead and to change hearts and minds and souls with impact actually began coaching by accident. In a couple of years after i retired and i stay by accident because i never set out to do it. I never planned on becoming a low life coach. I only disliked that term. Because it's so stigmatized it's a. It's a very powerful very important function very important thing we can do for people. Just you know michael. Phelps has a coach and tiger woods has a coach and so forth the best of the best still benefit from coaches a coach. Who cannot do like. I've coached a. There's a movie star one of these days. I want name right now. But i've been working with this amazing guy. I love him. he's really cool. He's eclectic unusual person. You know from a dozen movies and shows you've seen. But i won't name now but i love working with folks and he is a guy who can use my help to keep refining himself. Keep rising even tony. Robbins has to refer to mentors into. How do i take the next level boss you so life. Coaching itself is very important. But we what we do. Is we pray we reframed it to make it sound so fluffy and you know squishy like a life coach. You tell people how to live. I don't tell people. Don i teach people how to find their gaps. We actually of course called us to help people walk through the process of self evaluation and attacking their gaps. And we we go right after body mind heart and soul the physical. The mental the emotional and the spiritual moral the ethical. Basically your character. The thing that doesn't fit undermined or heart. Your your your mental. Your emotional but the character is something. That's different from them. It's separate it's like you know. What are you willing to do. What are you not want to do. What would you do. You walk your talk. That's with character is the is in our concept so we attacked the gaps in the unchained program or in my coaching. Go after the those specific elements of what a person's made of and say you know. Where do you need to grow. Where do you need to say. I'm not going to do this anymore. I'm not willing to compromise that myself. Some people might say. I'm gonna cut out sugar as a simple example. Some might say. I'm going to start learning french. Like i tried in high school. But you know it. I'm forty five years old. No no. I'm i'm doing that for myself. Somebody's going to have hard conversations with people that really soya's boundaries because even though you're my sister my brother i want to deal with that behavior toward me anymore. I will not be treated like that anymore. Because i love and respect myself so we go after these things. We attack the gaps. That's why i don't call life. Coaching called high impact coaching again. We're focusing on making a difference. Which in my philosophy is the only reason we really believe we exist. We exist to make make a difference. So i thought this was funny wheel of fortune. What's the first thing that comes to mind the rapist. alixter back. no that's that's so. Yeah pretty sorry my my still almanac diet a pat save jack man. He's been around for so long it's amazing and he must get workout and i'm just kidding. Vanna white oh yeah well. Rob considers himself in a white van. Was the lovely assistant. The person says i want to turn in a and on being a yoga curves the letter right so so vanna. The one who enables an in a positive sense enables the person who's making the calls are there any. Are there any teas. Or whatever when their guessing on that game show. Indiana is the one who exposed reveals it. I'm vanna white. I'm a very poor Imitation of her. Because i wouldn't look an address but then her function on on on the helper to a person who's my coaching client. Because that person has got to own it and person has got to be the master of his or her soul and that course of their life and say i'm gonna make these changes but i can't see what to do and that's where i come in rob does not tolerate much when it comes to taking on clients You cannot make excuses for yourself. basically you're the only one who is put yourself in the position that you're in at this point you can blame no one but yourself and he goes on to talk about what. I am approached for a prospect for coaching client. I will say listen dude or do that. I will not tolerate blaming tamir anybody else. I will not tolerate excuse making because it's absolutely fatal to your growth as a human being as a bad ass i have. I have a phrase. I love bad ass. Reborn got a website for that. And so we're gonna on our website. But we're going to impact that at some point for the bad asses out there the bad asked reborn because and i don't mean a navy. I don't mean biceps and tattoos. I mean a bad ass off fearless person granted. We all have fear but a person who's with bold enough to step forward to. I'm going to do this in my life. Because i must give more. I don't teach people to feel good. I don't teach people to feel really rocky rocky. Rolly good about themselves Again when you give abundantly it feels good than the reward is in that for the for the self and the self esteem but the purpose is to give the purpose is to make a difference aka impact the impact actual to be authority on making a difference. So i tell people from day. One and i listened to watch and i looked excuse making. I'll say who is your biggest problem you know. And if they say what my wife. That's okay cool next. You know this is not going to be my client. I will refer to somebody that can help him and help him pull his head out of his ass and stop blaming his wife as problems but i will not take him on as a client because i demand of myself that i only put my energy and time which is very limited in two people who can can gain from it. Here is a great analogy. That i think. I've seen before online about it again with red ants versus black ants Check this out. I feel biologists. Somebody wrote this name and showed white white and black hands and they're hanging out in their wrestling. They're fighting. I've been in the woods. Most of my life. I've watched lots of and fights and it happens but what they said in. This medium is You know red and black answered them in a jar together like whatever. Okay we're here. How do we get out. Wanna get some food. Go make some love with some of ants of our own kind whatever but but they they don't fight but if you sake the jar then they'll fight until only one is left alive.
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"Him and I had a variety of responses like we'd be happy to help you know in a British accent and dean was a British Fella. and then towards the end of that session you know your friend, we have him and actually they fed d Mitchell Rehab and we have him nope Nope nope. They quickly learned to stop doing sessions at home. They still still get the. Bumps in the night Charlie. Briefly mentioned the Whaley House which he talks about later, but I looked this place up. It's an old town San Diego. It's built on a graveyard six family members died there one from suicide? Life magazine called it the most haunted house in America in two thousand five. Did They Nazi poltergeist? They did. Yeah but places like this. Have to have some effect on you. We've probably done. About Twenty Five twenty five to thirty sessions at about fifteen sixteen different location. And I I mean the the connection that some people and I really feel to these. Once. You've left there. That's always the the after like sort of the the paranormal hangover if you will follow the and it's You, know it. It looks a little scary when you see on TV for the. Whole talk about what happened that you know it's bad enough when we come together and drink to have a paranormal hangover. That's. That's not. Level that's the next level. Charlie talks a bit more about the impact of the `wonderbox. We took this wonder `wonderbox of to our psychic medium for. Genius House before the washed up in Virginia. City in two thousand and eighteen and I was in the room with to psychic mediums. So I mean little light as it. Anyway. I took the Bach doubt. I. Doubt it on their kitchen island and the lights dimmed in the house. How often does that happen? She's like never. And everybody can Kinda feel I'm the my hair stand on my arm and the talking about this. But yeah, I mean everybody felt tingles and stuff like that and really what theory is. Is there's a malevolent spirit that sticks to that manipulates people, personalities and stuff, and then there's like a good spirit on there. That kind of counterbalances. Who knows if that's true but I've had five people. Who have talents with this has come back with the same answer. So whatever I mean I'm based on what they have, but there's always lives around that box `wonderbox. That's that's scary. I. Wonder How he didn't crap his pants and I. I did bring up the OUIJA board. Have played with one of those things. Well, yeah. Backing why the eighties and stuff. Yeah. But they were there was something weird i. think it was just the push of the movies that were around. That's what they latched onto and I, remember my parents got. A A box almost like a game board and there was a weedy and I'm like. What's this for? But he charlie discourages. Use of the OUIJA board because. You. Open up doors. And you don't know what's going to come through. And I was like, okay let's it never gonNA use we board. So Brandon what would you ask of spirits I wouldn't. I wouldn't I know this the stories frigging you out it's you know it's difficult. I was thinking about this. It's difficult enough for kids today to to communicate with each other. It's so true. Yeah. So I. Can you? Yeah. Why would you man how you doing what's going on? What you what you up to do? What would you wear these days? Those are the questions they're asking the ghosts, yeah right. Help me help you why did you help me? What's know about you? Well, these are some of the questions Charlie asks to me you know what I mean if you have. Spirits that want to communicate. More often than not. They WanNa have you know they want to get there? You ask you what's your name or? just. Personal questions. You know you know did you pass suddenly or is there anything that you WANNA get across to this? I mean just a Lotta, pretty basic questions that that you ask but I. You know it seems to me like You know we've found as done more and more sessions. We, get these we get into these locations where there's multiple spirits and my what you're picking up isn't what you're asking what they're saying amongst themselves. A good example would be the wash club this this last time we were there and this this is documented on our youtube channel and in that episode but. basically got him. There is a guy and like this western drawl status to come over here and throw me out clear is how my `wonderbox ring. We didn't stat and over the course of time one of the spirit that well, they're teasing are debt. Then then the next five to six minutes of conversation amongst like three spirits on how they're gonNA, take us out I. Mean there was one thing we'll just tip toe then ones like stop standby. It's just insane what what goes on and you wonder I mean it's almost like you're kind of tuning in to a channel that you're not supposed to be hearing. So in order for this to work, can you just head to your local? Cemetery and set the equipment to get something. Or No? Well, he I mean, he proves that by just doing in his house but what I came up with is that all not all sessions are done at these famous haunts. Or you're going to get some crazy positive other-worldly reactions in most basic settings. Some of the most successful connections can be found at a you know as much as a simple clear word. I asked him if they if they got mad or disappointed. If why you were reaching out and they actually actually need something from you. Of course, I was thinking of you and asked about the whole beetlejuice thing which actually Charlie Scott scoffed at. Investigation at all house in key. West this past year and this. This is a live house i. mean this thing's been there since eighteen thirty nine I mean there's just per tonne I history behind this house but. You know it kind of felt like You get sort of these empathetic feeling sometimes like if you get a spirit maybe that had sort of a tragic ending or something, you know really happened that let them settled at the end of their way. On time, they try to project that onto you when you're kidding sounds kind of creepy and weird. Trust me. It is. But you know sometimes you're satisfied just procuring. Yeah I. Walter here.
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"Rices, said this month's in. A witches cauldrons are growing eve come to send. Ghastly presence of ghouls and Goblins as. Well graveyards boast their shadows of fear. SHRIEKS, skimpier. As Dracula announces. You're listening to rely in sixty. What's the partner Frankenstein Lot? Closer. Delivered last year man cart closer but. What does that? What is that what? Come on man. To. have been built on cemetery. To that in like the, you know at least the. Oh. What is that? His face oh no. No good. To get a pint of beer man co-co-co-couple. Is that noise. Story this whole. Side. I'm going I'm going. WHOA, my. Gosh. We're safe we're safe it's. A little toasty here. That's. A room in here. What's up with of? Scar marks in cuts and stuff. Once again. Place Goes Helena handbasket. Stober Tober. Somebody's trying to clean up looks like, no, it's not a bucket of blood. Let's. Let's sally up the bar and get a beer from that guy nuts drinks sweater. Welcome to the pub boys. How Fresh meat I'm sorry. What was that again? I mean, what can I get you boys? We'll have a life in sixteen ounces please. Welcome to life and sixteen ounces. The show that raises a pint of explorers they have bet seekers owes money to break free from the nowhere to fill their glasses with memorable experiences. Basically have a good time I'm brandon and I can't watch the shining in the dark. X. David. The started. This episode, we use our PK, eighty meters and commute with a ghost hunter who investigates the spirit world. He slammed me. Next. Have you heard the legend of the man she? We speak with an Irish Shana key about the folklore of the whaling woman and finally. You know what's scary good this octoberfest beer in my hand and I declare. Festival Beers square off against each other in this month's feared does. Competition, that in our usual crack in this episode of life. In sixteen hours. A. Hello. My name is Christina. Fights Lebron, incision. Boxes, in Diamonstein bid pits. Welcome to the scary month of October. We're backing this again. I know but it's different. Obviously, we'll different this year. So. Here's a little bit of Beer News. We've been talking about this 'cause which thing ying-ling. Oh Yeah. Talking to Dickie Ling which. I'm still very. Distraught about. That interview, it would have been featured already. But, we asked the question when are you coming across the whatever and he said it's not going to happen. You gotta come to us. You got to come to the east coast. I think they're in twenty two states. But now you're dealing is going nationwide the partnered with Molson course for a long-term brewing partnership that gives them the distribution to get their beer beyond that usual limited east coast distribution zone. So it mentioned one, hundred, ninety, one year old breweries existing twenty, two state footprint. it will expand beyond that. An will hopefully see this. In a store near you. I wonder how much they had to ramp up their production in order to make this happen. I don't think anything I think they have the capacity to do it. They just needed the additional distribution marketing platform Oh. Okay. Yeah. Nothing. They're more than capable of. Because again, the not just pottsville there in Tampa, they can bottle they can. they can can and I've been to their assembly line and that was a smaller one. The bigger one is down the street trust me it's a huge facility. This is not that much of a leap for them. All right. In other news. The world's strongest beer. was. Apparently, announced. Is An on steroids was lifting weights. blood-doping, you might lift weights after you drink it. It's a collaboration between two rival Burris but it's a fifty. I'm going to be exactly fifty seven point eight. ABC strength. Strength. In numbers. Find Brew Dog in. Sri Brow I'm glad you had that story 'cause I looked it up I couldn't. Say That that name. Short Abroa-. The. Apparently that I'm working together on a decade. And this bottle it's pretty cool because it it's like gold on black. Background. and. Fifty seven point, eight percent. They said. I think a thirty. Two two ounce drink of it. Costs thirty dollars. That's like having a whiskey. I don't know that doesn't. Go, so it says. September twenty nine. Well, that's pounds. So roughly thirty eight dollars. An increase it falls by. For extreme beer fans, those bottles appear to already begun. Quote this sold out. Pretty fast. You Go. So that's some a little bit of we mentioned to just and the previous episode dis- how Crazy Beers have gotten out of hand and again to me, this is very much like a gimmick but fifty seven this is way out of hand come on. This is kind of cool and You know we don't like to talk about these guys very much budweiser. Bring them up again. But why Budweiser is offering free beer to buyer a Florida condo that's lined floor to ceiling with bud cans the home has been called the House of Budweiser and the pictures are mazing. There's the person who owned it is now moving on. And a Frat House before it looks beautiful I mean beautiful wood floors very neat and tidy. Are we talking was a collection two bedroom two bathroom bathroom condo. At the almost look like they're. All.
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"Beyond, a pills are lager. Well, he must have been playing around for it. Four years, right? Because it was in seventy four that they talked about it coming out or seventy six. Yeah and it was in nineteen eighty that Oh. That's when it came out the Sierra Nevada Pale or he opened Syr Vat. Okay. Wow. That's four four years to get all your stuff straight. Pretty Fair about right well. Couple of things that I did ask these two gentlemen before they got. Beyond the anchor history. was things like. Like you said dry hopping. I first place to try it. What other? Milestones did Fritz anchor have we did we did a wheat beer but it was unfiltered nobody did. Until tweet beers. Time but you I pre- invest sample like what's supposed to be you? Well, yeah. Because everybody's used to drinking filtered wheat beers but we did a filtered wheat beer. So it would be like it. That was a whole nother curb on people. Why? Why? What do you mean? It's filter week there you know it's like it was just he was always doing something different. And like we cannot plastic bottles whole nother animal to nobody's done that. You know it was very unique. He always wanted to be the he likes secrecy electing these the St odd guy do somethin' where. You shook up the market a little but you know I ain't Christine. Also, we also wanted one percent of the population. They want everybody drinking are beer because it could it could make an. So he wanted to I mean go into sales managers meetings, and you know everybody does her dog and pony shows sell beer and everybody's doing their thing and I walk in now go hey man. Out of the whole month, just concentrate on one day to some my peer. They'd look at me like I was idiot like what? Just one day just one day. Get an anchor day. Because if you sell one day, we can't make an appearance San Francisco supply everybody in the country. To like you're crazy. Like that. That's sold and Fritz. WanNa be the biggest guy I. It was never his intention and Leaving Dan I got a couple of times for that so. We got one employs. Yeah you got more than me I should at once like. I wasn't. I was a witness. So that counts all. Ten Times. Things about politics jump in with the week beer I mean. We're talking about Acre so that you have to talk about Fritsch to begin lifts. I think had the brewery for forty years anyway more than that Almost, fifty some odd years with the wheat beer he started making that like in. Their, early eighties and he used more malted wheat. Than any week year out there because. The guy has a Palette and he he wants balanced and he wants to play, but he wants you to taste certain things and. We was very refreshing beer. worldwide or Germany and Czech Republic and a few other places. It's refreshing you WanNa, taste that we but It's It's tough to work with It gets really gelatinous and the Lauder on when Julio or I were scrubbing fermenters. After they dropped a beer it's it's like taffy image. Pay He knew. What flavor he wanted to get out of beer and so there was. An insistence? To have. What he was making truly be reflected when you're when you're in that back and and drinking it I mean you were tasting malted wheat we had touch and feel sensation with all the ingredients you know you. Walk into the brewery smell everything. You'd see everything you touch everything You knew where it came from to me was the most amazing was. Takes the same. It was almost like McDonald's. You could taste the beer in New, York Boston San, Francisco. SEATTLE. Austin Texas and at the same maker steam bear the one. All right. We're going to stop it right there. What? All this great information about. Anchor steam and Fritz Maytag. Yeah and and this is where it Kinda ends. With the talk with Dan and Julio Transition into. The beer industry as it is today. So I wanted to take this opportunity to to maybe break it up a bit. I'm feeling something I. Don't know what it is. A OFF I WANNA know Are. You Are you? Are you saying that you? Are you parched or well. Something's coming to me. We don't need another Biro we don't need to know the way A. Neil. Diamond right we won is life. and. I, WANNA be. Beer Beer. Uh. Michigan's. Views no alcohol. I can't take this much slow. GotTa have a beer. Before we dive back into fear history in a few minutes. It's time to announce our first two beers to fight for the title in our battle Royal Beer Dome Competition. For September. We're GONNA have Julio from lefties taproom. Pick. The style. I picked you guys an IPO for your second choice I picked a amber. Hill and finally for your third choice I got you guys. Lager. And now ladies and gentlemen. The first contender making his way to the ring is from brewing school full circle hailing out of Fresno California weighing in at six point six percent with an ib you count to fifty five and wearing a label with a hop being ripped open like an orange and juice dripping out it's the juicy New England I..
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"We'll Dan you you`re Not GonNa date. He's people have these things up on the roofs. Yes. So it was open it was exposed to the to the to the elements. That's the fog would roll in and cool the beer down. But then things changed. So we had these inside he's rooms Eric Air controlled and we could we could. We had all the control he wanted with the the cooling system so hard. Though. The idea was that we were making a steam deer. In a perfect situation day in day out. I know they mentioned Fritz having a template and they don't really get into it. At this point we get into it. Later when we talk more about ingredients, monsters, hop farmers just if you're improving the the ingredients are improving the process, you're improving the flavor from where he entered. Anchor as it was. Basically sinking to the bottom of the ocean wonder how many hop farmers were back and right now I did ask them I did ask them sort of those questions and they Bring it up later, but it ask about the. Motivation. Drive of Fritz at this point. Did he just come in there come in and really want to shake things up in? Drive home how Amazing. This beer is we're gonNA spread far and wide. And I asked him about reaching out like tentacles in how how much Fritz was was was tentacles reaching out to try to expand his empire. And this is this is what Dan said this word before and I wanNA. Thank you call. I think Fritz was tentacle lists I don't even know if that's a word. But he felt like he could be on patrol hill in San Francisco, try to make the best beer possible and that people would come to him i. mean there were when I started people would come in and tell me stories about. A. Coming out to San Francisco from Someplace in Colorado and Stacking up five cases on the the Sissy Bar if they're their motorcycle and back to if you wanted it, you get it here. Eventually. What happened was people would come to San Francisco taste the beer. Go back to where they were from and say, Hey, you know what? That was pretty good beer I can't. I can't get in New York I can't get it in Chicago floyd sure like to get it and distributors. Caught onto this and that they call for its and say, Hey, I, want to sell your beer and Delaware or Boston and I would say you know I'm not ready for that. Yet. Fritz really had the reigns held tightly being bigger wasn't necessarily being the best and that what that was A. That was a plus for everybody who worked at the brewery. We wirtten hurry to be a nationwide worldwide beer although we had that reputation thankfully before the Internet word of mouth people knew was a great beer. So they bring up the interesting comment again about consistency. And kind of like how I consistently beat you darts. Exactly. But not tonight Dang it the although you haven't had a lot of beer so far in the show toll might be I might be screwed. But you can tell from the sales standpoint. There's clearly a way that the old. Generation sold it, and brought it out there and and got people excited versus I guess now which Julio will continue to talk about. I I asked fine. If Fritz was was was this. Crazy about consistency and. Wanted to create a a really good product at one point time, did they today decide to evolve? Yes beers out there and you know or yet you want you like it. You heard about it you better come and get it. But at one point time did they say okay, we've got that. Let's go to the next style. There's got to be something else. And I, know. Damn will probably mention the porter but. There was something around the horizon in Nineteen, seventy five he decided to celebrate and make a Christmas sale. And he could in cascade hops. And some people, there's a little bit Paul. There's a little bit of a debate about this but it's easy to say. In general that Liberty L.. Came, out of the nineteen seventy, five Christmas sale. So it was it was dry hopped. cascade hops, which we can use to tell people but everybody knew. And So he decided after Christmas this is a great beer and There weren't. How E beers in the United States in nineteen, seventy five. The happiest beer in the United States might have been Ballantine Ale. which was like a blue collar old man's beer. And what they did kind of interesting is they took cops and distilled it an added to the. Ballantine. Ale. So it was a it was a fairly hoppy beer but be used I I would laugh. I would doubt it was. Even twenty be us. So Outcomes Liberty L. and it just. It turned heads. So in nineteen came out in seventy six to commemorate all Rivera's. Ride. We nineteen seventy six, it was the bicentennial. So it was convenient and it fit and so I was like, okay we're we've taken what was the Christmas Ale? Maybe a little different but here comes hoppy beer and that beer was the beer liberty. L. L.. At, turned the heads of. Sierra. Austin lager. Number of others though went like wait beer tastes this way I. I. WanNa. Make Beer. So a lot of people showed up at the Berry Hill to talk to France and say like I love what you did liberty. I like to make something like this. They might have been home brewing. In the with Ken Grossman. Unsure. He had been a home brewing garage and went like I. Love this fear and got help from Fritz and. This this I think is. Unique and business and I think it's important. People overlook anchor but. French more people to make good beer so that when you went to store it, he wasn't standing alone. It was like, Hey, here's the section. Of people make beer the old fashioned way the craft wade the the way that has flavor as opposed to. At the time the big boys or kind of dumbing down not kind of dumbing. Down Flavor. Hardly, any hops fizzy. LAWNMOWER beer. So a Fritz in. Seventy six released the in April. In April Eighteen, seventy, six, he released liberty. Al.. And that Might be the fear that with the craft year on the map while that is interesting because I was doing my research on this as well. The history of craft beer in just the California area and. Ken Grossman. From Sierra Nevada brewing basically. It was the cascade hops the nailed right his beer right Even, though you know like they just said liberty, AL was the. Actually what I, what I heard was at liberty. Ale was the first to do to start the dry ha I hop right right and I mean I guess One. One genius learns from another I suppose right in. If you were if Ken was that motivated I mean you said he's he owned A. Supply store. He was a hole in a shed at Chico I was going to college there. and. You know you don't you don't. You don't do that just out of a win. He clearly has a interest in it and he jumped into it and at one point time he must maybe he did go down to San Francisco. Why not? It's not that far of a drive to learn from one of the pioneers true pioneers of the. Of The beer industry. Including using hops. Beyond, a pills are lager. Well, he must have been playing around for it. Four years, right? Because it was in seventy four that they talked about it coming out.
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"This story comes out of Spokane Washington. It is the brainchild of Tim louks. Square. Keg is the company and it is ready to revolutionize the beer industry. I got a chance to speak with him while he was out on the road just like a door to door salesman would he is touting his product around the country Tim took a couple of minutes out of his busy schedule to tell me about the business and how the concept got started. Honestly started out like kind of like you hear about a lot of folks in the American dream just started with a crazy idea and then. Went to the drawing board and had enough passionate about it and believed in the concept to really push forward. Tim. Does not have. Beer background instead abandon sales for a long time in healthcare and industrial fields. So I guess I haven't I four for inefficiencies So I think that's where the idea really stemmed from was just noticing an inefficiency in the current situation no staff no problem. Tim's a one man band. So as of today I'm Solo Square Keg. Got An. Army of supporters be engineers attorneys manufacturers. That I've been working with but today I am the soul. The. Soul Steak and owner of square gag. If you check out different projects on kickstarter, you might just run across square one. So I, I think there's a common misconception about kickstarter campaigns. I think a lot of people see a kickstarter and they kind of question like, Hey, you know is this real? Or. Is it just a startup with just an idea So I, I, just like to reassure everybody. The reason we did kickstarter was really to have a good pre-sales mechanism so that when we kick these things into production we've already gotten product spoken for. So it's just a healthier way to start up of production type of business So I just wanted to share that with everybody and then you know really I'm just asking and looking for help to get things out there and spread the word about what we're doing and. In our solutions are are something that fit everybody's lifestyle and improves the way that they consume beverages. You know beer coffee wine. Even, mixed drinks to be honest with you. So really just trying to get people to help us evangelize. A really cool. New Concept that. That really just improves the way that that we support our local breweries for one but the way that we can consume beverages on the go or at home square kegs versus round kegs in the Beer Industry Tim tells us more. Well, you know honestly, we like to turn the industry upside down. It's.
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"Not at all not happy. Okay so this is. Melanie can drink more than these. And the other one. Oh okay that's why you would have more than one pint of the second one. Yes it sounds like it. Okay all right. So let's let's do you absolutely. Do you know whatever you say. Nothing is wrong all right except for this Jonathan American Irish. Because you be fricking wrong if you're a wrong the second one is American. Okay Okay what do you think buddy? You gotTA guess because it's a damn game okay. Irish Irish Irish and we got an Irish American. All right right when. When did the last thirteen episodes every had guests coming in and doing a taste test none none? So we're we're using a third party microphone or pull this off and sometimes it works. Sometimes it doesn't so if you're if you're like I can't really reason why is because we're just going with the flow here guys. We told you from the start. This has been a crazy Saint Patrick's episode from the start. It's because it's number thirteen. Did the Scotsman looking at me outside of the studio so all right. So there you go. Scotsman just came in so frigging show every go see what he got cheating. Lemon Here. We go now moving into the second phase of this We have Craig the Scotsman which you've seen either on their youtube page yes and also Speaking in one of our episodes he normally you would you. Would you would clean your plate and your palate by having some water cleanses pallet by having another beer so this is how the Scottish work all right. So we have Craig Scotsman Antena Irish Irish Lady. So we've got. We got a bad ass combination. You just popped. I did pop double do. Oh here we go again. They know the deal. We explain it to them. Let's not Delaney longer. Craig have a taste of the first one. What do you think number one? Greg GonNa grab it for those people out in the radio land number one. I gotta say these are Awfully Small Beers. Yeah we had some people that are like the first versus dopers this Brandon. Just got another beer too. But there's been this is crazy. This is like a mess. Pandemonium Right here epidemic folks but not the kind of epidemic Craig..
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"As we have been to this place before you and I. Yeah you're next story and you actually are telling me there's more to it than what I saw I saw was pretty cool. It goes deeper. I I had no idea or maybe I did. And I just wasn't paying attention at the time but yes The market down on seventh street in Esto kind of an interesting location For a specialty store not so much a grocery store but a specialty store. They remember you taking me there and I'm going. Where the hell are we going? And Yeah and and there was like a hidden gem in the middle of nowhere. Yes so Patrick Chin. The General Manager of the store sat down with me and we talked about everything from the the beers that a go out of their way to have for their customers to the different Things that they have available to those who were seeking You know food and and other things inside the store plus. I won't even get into it more not yet. But there's a brewery in the back or my Gosh so yeah that makes a really good The call it Impulse BUYING I've had two pints and I don't know why need this Packet of whatever. Yeah so Patrick Chin. Very passionate.
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"Right so the first story has to do with a modern day. Pirate what's what's this all about. Yeah I was at a rally which is American. Home brewers yeah rally at Heretic and a bunch of people. Were there helping out in? I reached out to a bunch of them. Trying to figure out anyb- I know you guys got cool stories to tell and I found mark Chilcott who Who's been brewing for quite quite many years? Now he's I think he's up to batch number seventy something or other who and I met him at true cemetery in soon city. It's a fairly new brewery and it is beautiful and the beers are amazing perfectly for fit for my palate and we'll be featuring them in the next show. Oh good mark's been there quite a few times and I said you know what the sit down and we can be. We sampled about twelve eighteen years. That they have an added discussion Right there right there and then turns out Mark is really quick on that really quick. I keep on saying real quick and it's never really creek as it never all right so mark enjoyed his first beer. His Dad handed him a Plastic Cup of Budweiser at a University of Colorado The CU buffs game and he was fifteen years old. And he's like death. Thanks a lot. Dad Brit From that his taste buds evolved. He's hoppy guy. He likes dark but not so much lagers and very much like a normal home brewer. He came across his first beer. Kit and Very much like myself. He's he just goes out and tries. He has been trying all these different kits different flavors and ultimately he finds himself circling back to IPA's and now he's basically bruce almost exclusively IPA's we're GONNA get into as just because again he brought. He came over my house and watch me brew. We talked I as and he brought this really neat story about the history. So we'll get into that but First of all I wanted to tell this funny story about what batches that he that he refers to as floor tile porter floor tile porter had had made a porter and.
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"Is what is the temperature that we're looking at them? Forty forty six forty six is what we need but we're what's the temperature that we fifty one fifty one oh boy we've got to get to it. Then exactly all right. We took this to a friend's house. We drank some up there and we brought it back on an hour and a half trip and unfortunately it didn't make all the way safely so we have to chill it as much as your love have to have certified tastebuds. We'll just refer to experts. Yes not s we also know that there are a lot of people out there that enjoy ringing those those floppy hats and some that don't dress up at all. I don't know lots of libations out there folks we are simply trying to finish our Stein every hour and not visit the hill of shame. Yes another October fest reference there well we will drink this while standing on a bench during the rest the episode so without further delay. Hey let's roll into our first story. Don't break the bench grossed prost. This is honest wisdom them from fifty fifty brewing company and you're listening to life in sixteen ounces. What's in your pint and drink beer be happy? Don't forget to vote so the first store is yours. Yes and it's Kinda cool because he told me about it and I'm mealy got excited because it reminded me of something I used to watch and hopefully you'll get into that but you said you're going to go cover them on a Tuesday and you said yeah it's Tuesday in Elza. y'All whatever dude then you then. You sent me a picture of you in a Tutu yes so I'm guessing guessing it. Literally was two two Tuesday it was it. That's what they did for that particular Tuesday. They do a lot of different things. I'm talking about these Central Valley Roller Derby gals girls out of Turlock California kind of interesting interesting but how I got this story I was helping out at the fourth of July parade and I see all these these ladies ladies you know just kinda dressed in their in their warrior gear you know on Roller Skates and they've got the they've got the the black lines underneath their their their faces. They're ready for a fight. It was like that one no warriors come out and play. It was kind of like that so I ran over to them and ensure enough so you you you you saw that ran towards them. Iran tour to dress up yeah. Those are my pete now. You said I'm sorry did you central or central so good question. It is his sin so s I in Oh nice play. AM words So valley I got it and we'll get into Wyatt's central Sin Drool Valley Derby girls but I showed up there on in two two Tuesday to one of their practices and I met with double o nuts right. Oh that's right. They all have these really oh man. Please tell me that you have all their cool names. I have all their cool name but but yeah I spoke to double o nuts who is who has been a coach who has been playing the sport for quite some time option anymore. I'm the general manager or the team animus cater for ten years Oh. NFL coach that matters what I'm talking to talking to her and and sounds like she's been double digit timeframe of doing this I would like I said I play ice hockey obscene gene these bad ass chicks around by the way any chance They were on the the the curve ramp thing no so I I did ask about that. They don't the have the curved arena Rina's anymore. No it's it's it would almost make them. You need to have their own place could you don't you can't just set that up yeah yeah and they had humble beginnings and the she talks about how they got started actually started by Jamie Maxwell. Her name is pretty wicked. She watched a unease roller girl series in two thousand eight and she was like on a do this now and so she wanted had come up with the concept of the Central Valley S. I N. Being a like seven different teams so each team would be named after a different sense she had this big old dream of it. You know she got us together under Central Valley and then we just stay in the Central Valley so they had an interesting way of recruiting people back in the day in my space my space that's how it started was my space and then after that you kind of just like brancheau like me and my friend read a bar and we met a derby girl and she was like hey come check this out at this warehouse and series that didn't have running water a toilet like European between U. Haul trucks kind and and my friend of mine was actually interested. I didn't know anything about it. I'd watched with it so like everybody else I was under the whole bank track impression Russian Derby and we went to their practice and I've always been into sports and so I stayed loved it because the community like the friends like people it really genuine people. Nothing says success story than pissing between two U. Haul trucks quite quite a few quite a few celebrities like wait a minute. That's how I start. Yeah Yeah. Microsoft got started that way to pissing between two motherboards so I don't know I didn't know anything about the sport going into like well no but you did you not roller roller skate as a as a kid. I did at the local roller king in town. You know I did and that was I'm a lot of fun fun and trying to pick up date and then she said yes but escaped on the damn dancefloor yeah. I didn't know anything thing about the sport except for what I had seen on television years ago they had roles roller. Jam was a roller gem. There's roller jam and there was roller. Games comes in I think both of them were TV shows but there's also movies there was no there is a hell on wheels which is back in the back back in the day with Racquel Record Welsh okay. It's like nineteen seventy two or something that's the same but they recco Welsh or was it Kansas Kansas City bomber. That's what I'm thinking of city bomber had her and and you know there's a bunch of crazy like thinks I'm like murder thing they really way up murder drome and end Helen wheels. you know all kinds apocalyptic. We're going to take you down as Roller Derby. Hellers thing I must have missed those mcphee it fully go back then you might want to get on the frigging ramps into arenas and dental and stuff so I didn't know anything about the sport Morton these lease ladies. They took me in as one of their own. They were very patient with me. You're you're wearing tutus wearing a Tutu that probably helps her and they went over all of the rules. There's so many different positions double o nuts explains well the biggest biggest misconception as you can just elbow people know you can you from here ups hitting zone down the length of your back to right above your knee as a hitting zone. The basics of the game is get four blockers from each team and you get to jammers jammers owens wear the star and they're like the ball so the four blockers have have to go you have to switch between offense and defense constantly because you're trying to block their jammer from getting through but also help years to get through so they fight through for the first time no scoring the second time they come around. That's when they can score points you get a point for every blocker on the opposite team that you pass survey time you come back around on on a scoring pass. You get a point again for each blocker. Everytime that's like the basics because everything else he gets kind of complicated. You don't really do it anymore. Urban there used to be where you would whip your jammer and you still do from every now and then and it's Kinda like a like a boost like you anchor down and she gives us more. It is possible for her to fly out. It's possible to hit somebody and like I've slid into chairs like I've seen girls. Go under bleachers like it's very possible. It's not what you're aiming for but you're on wheel anything's possible so blockers and jammers it all all these all these terms Wachovia it was real it was it was impressive to see them from you know the the beat the skates that they had on these aren't these are not your inline skates and fact you can't have inline skates yeah they're tuned to yes yeah the ruler name but classic style yeah but they've got they've got all these upgrades you can do to your skates against Road Warrior Mad Max than that comes out of the of the scape accident excellent spikes or anything like that no the going up from there. They've got your your kneepads like hockey stuff yeah kindness. Is there a word. Do you go to a particular store by this or is that was that was a question that I asked in yeah. They've got specialty stores where you can go and you can find this gear. of course course you have your elbow pads and they have wrist guards which was interesting because there's a you know when you that that's important it's and of course the helmet summit is important as well and the mouthguard well the helmets extremely important to Antonio Brown that Guy Okay so yeah I I actually got an opportunity to to to put this gear on. Check this out. One Guy One guy was there practicing with these girls and I and I asked him what we know. What's the deal? Is this a co Ed kind of sport. They do have coed ahead but this guy was there practicing because there isn't a male team for two hundred fifty miles so I mean he'd well you know had to do something. In in Evan needs to come onto our ice hockey team self but great you know great guy. He let me try all his gear here his his skates actually fit my feet. Everything's a little sweaty but you know fourteen ladies by them. Yes yeah yes is fourteen but I will tell you I haven't been on skates since probably in the early nineties and in this was it even though he was a flat concrete service to get my bearings about me on this on this rink that they ahead taped off or chalked off for their practice it man it took me a couple of minutes just to go ahead and to make sure I wasn't GonNa fall and in fact fact they wanted me to fall. They told me exactly how it how you need to fall almost like a You gotta be comfortable with the year that you're you're. You're wearing and not be so scared to did you cross overs and things like that yeah now. That's all for me prompt with a problem. You're probably skating around the huge boombox on your water yeah yeah so so I asked double o nuts what are some of the worst injuries that she has ever had herself or that. She's seem worse. When I've seen someone else? Sustain like just an ankle completely breaks out of the skin flopping around and she yelled versus shield was don't let them cut off my skates. That's the Derby girl life right there but the first one I ever had I dislocated my hip but like the one I think that like the pain I remember the most is I slid out over here by myself and I swear hit the ground so hard that my but she spread but hits stillborn don't touch me it hurt. I get rolled off so very sensitive zone what you got all my Gosh. This is no joke that would be crazy freaky to see all right okay. That's pretty bad yeah so I talked to bopping like bopping even but yeah no no that's bobbing and you're right yeah. No No bop-in an and she also is a coach for for the team she talked about how they started in two thousand six two teams so this is my twelfth year playing and my Seventh Year of coaching currently we have two teams. We have our recreational team that has about eighteen girls I would say and then we have our travel team that has twenty on on our charter so that's the team that travels all over the place and gets ranked nationally. We've stay mostly on the West Coast the farthest that we've been as we went to Hawaii just a couple of months ago so for a big tournament but there are some teams that travel pretty far. I think our team has traveled with you. SARS a little bad but we're mostly west coast but there are teams that go out of the country and travel all over there are hundreds of teams in the League words cannot do all of this justice we're. I'M GONNA post. That's our job though well. Let's move podcast but but ah I get it you have to you have to immerse yourself go for it tried out especially if you're interested in you know how to Roller Skate. Yes I will post a video that will show you you the rules. It will show you how to be a jammer exact yeah. We're the jammers are where the blockers are all of that stuff Nice yeah very very indepth and look like you're not injured. No I didn't fall wants wants immediate trying not double o nuts. Oh yeah so speaking of double nuts Gimme more name okay so yeah we can use. These verve our our beer names. Are you ready for this Yup Yup crash rush point. Oh that's one of the ladies crash point l. then. You have Sydney vicious. That's that's kind of a little music nick. Yeah it is Sydney vicious sex pistols hot pursuit with kind of a transformers. Is it yeah maybe she's a cop. I don't know the two.
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"Dollars for a beer but the landscape was really great and the people are very interesting with all these stamps on her passport she had to have like favorite beers in her home state her mile new mile high high the home and then all the wild places that she's been oh gosh I have a lot of really good <hes> beer memories at Rubicon Sacramento. It wasn't like my favorite like beer but it was like my favorite like Goetschi spot with my my friends and that was before like I think brewery started popping up a lot in Sacramento. That's probably why we went there because it was like one of the only options <hes> but sack town brew I would go. Do there's a lot of really good ones and Sacramento now <hes> but here in Denver there's still I am like I live a block away from my four breweries naughty like I'm right next to grade divide which has really good a really good stout beer that I that I love. That's called the Yeti. There's this craft beer place. Nearby is one of my favorite beers and they're called <hes> fecal and garth and they have a red I._P.. That I really love <hes> <hes> Odell. They're really like to taking called Odell <hes> Very Denver out here on yeah. Generally there are a lot of really good beer so as you're listening to this and feel inspired. What advice would she give to anyone who felt that tug to explore? I have found that people I think people over think big decisions in their life and ends up scaring themselves out of even doing them and to me. The most important thing is just to you make a decision with yourself that you want something and once you make that decision yourself that you want it. You make that first step that you're GONNA do it. Whether it be like. Quit your job or you know just buy that ticket. You have to do that first step and that's really all the courage you need. Get everything else just falls into place and works itself out because your survival instincts are always going to kick in like once you make that decision to do something. It's all GonNa work out because it has to like you're going to figure it out and I think that that is the hardest part Sir people to get passes. They try to plan for every possible thing that could go right or wrong and really you can't. You're you're not in control of what's going to happen. I mean so I think you just have to decide what they eight. One and then just trust all gonna work out and just jump and do it just make that first step and that's kind of all I did and I had one plan like I bought one ticket and then like everything else like wasn't a part of my plan Dan. I just went with it. You know my vices money comes and goes and it's not worth like not living your life over her favorite places Columbia is definitely one of my favourite countries visit <hes> just because the people are really really amazing. The culture is Great <hes>. It's just like it's like a nonstop party. They're like it's hard to like not have a good time. I think they're really trying to get away from the stereotype of the whole Pablo Escobar thing and they really want people to come there and travel well and so that you can tell that they're really genuine and they really want you to you know enjoy. What have they offer so I I like that part of it? I mean if she won free tickets to anywhere in the world. Where would she ego? I definitely would go to Egypt would be one <hes> I would go to Bali Bali. I would go to Japan <hes>. Let's cue more <hes> <hes> Scotland or more <hes> it would Antarctica or no no Patagonia. Sorry down there. I'm going to Patagonia yeah. That'd be my five amazing life so far in a person you could easily talk to for hours around a few pints of course maybe she'll join us on some climbs or hikes in adobe shocked by the way if you run across her in another country well it sounds like we go ahead and lock in some trims it yet to at least Colorado right and then.
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"We feel any different about it will <hes> we'll let you know roll into our first store into life and in sixty nine kristen big sexy. Let's in your mind. It better be big sexy all right. So what do we have for our first story. If you listened to episode one Brennan I headed into the mountains to snowshoe after that trip dustin who is from Brentwood and is a friend of a friend <hes> he reached out <hes> wanted to get more into winter camping in in climbing. He had a hike planned to bag end a site peak which is <hes>. It's it's a lower hump. Basically off of I eighty just I don't know east south whatever of castle peak and it's very attainable. He asked me to join him on this and of course he wants to sort of see. Why do stuff what time what time of year is this a couple of months ago I thus it was still obviously the snow okay yeah and while in Camp I wanted to know what was his driving force for him to be out in the wilderness so I was exposed to the outdoors from a really? Really Young Age <hes> I was actually a boy scout <hes> before that I was a cub scout <hes> so really from a really young age I was exposed to the outdoors and I really enjoyed it <hes> and and it is something that has sort of stuck with me through adulthood so dustin feels this primal connection to meeting to be outside. I mean he goes deep on me about <hes> evolution in <hes> Having Mountain Main D._N._A.. which I understand I kind of feel that pool as well but he just puts it in different words and interesting guy? I think a lot of it has to do with just like you know our species you know we he did not you know evolve in these cities. You know like humans used to spend their time outdoors in the mountains you know in the fields looking at you know trees reason flowers and plants in wildlife and I really have a strong belief that the reason that I enjoy it is because it's in my d._N._A.. To be a part of the Wilderness <hes> so that's that's really kind of the way that I look at it so like most of he also bounces life right marriage work with getting outdoors but <hes> does what he needs to do to bring the ying and the Yang right to his existence and of course I'm starting to sound like Dustin but this is what he's been up to mountain biking which is a big passion of mine. <hes> you know just general camping or even. Just you know a day hiker overnight. <hes> you know camping trips where you're hiking so <hes> it's for me. It's sort of like medicine for the soul you know might sound crazy to some people but I you know I have to come up to the mountains and be in the outdoors at least every two or three weeks <hes> otherwise. I just don't quite feel right. He does research I do I do. I do research you do tons of Emmett crazy crazy research guy but he he he invests top gear just like I do yeah he. Ah told me hey there's a lot of people that go before you. That could tell you what you should buy so you're not wasting money. Sometimes you have to buy stuff but I mean you could have gone through a couple of different items to get to that level well. Maybe just chuck a couple more bucks oxen. You've got something that's GonNa last you for years that still considered high end five years ten years down the road so he plans his trip strips like military battle plan right. Some of the stuff you sent me was amazing. He understands the dangers. He's he's strives for those rewards and his advice for someone considering stepping into the wild or a local hike in the park or car camping for that matter or whatever gets you outside this. I think the first of all you know the person person needs to have a natural passion for the outdoors you know I think there are some people where this type of thing is just a total turn off and I don't think it matters what we do or say. Those people are flat out refuse to do this type of thing. They think it's crazy <hes> they think it's not enjoyable and so for those people you know I would just say stay indoors and watch a movie <hes> you know for the other people that do have a natural inclination to go outdoors and enjoy it. <hes> I would just say a don't don't go totally crazy at the beginning you know identify what it is that you like you know if you like hiking in the springtime when the grass is green do that spend your money on equipment the is suitable for that <hes> and you know if it's being on a bicycle up in the mountains by yourself a bicycle <hes> you know and as far as like just the overall you know financial expenditures. I'm I'm a deal shopper now. It helped him to see what gear I used. I've been doing this for decades. He's thirty eight. I'm forty seven but I've been doing this since back when I was in high school so you took out all your boxes of gear and I pick certain items I knew going to be lightweight in that. We're kind of cool. I mean I don't WanNa give away all all my secrets but the you know the pyramid tent the party tent from episodes one came out to play and I it it was great. I got a chance to cut into the snow again. You know and try a different layout. This time actually slept inside guide the pyramid tent instead of bringing an additional tent which I'm not GonNa get into folks but there was spiders like snow spiders what yeah it was. I'm out. I know that's it. I was almost out. They were not same crawling super slow but they they were bub. Listen had some some depth to women. I'm like yeah and he just kept on creeping towards the light towards you and at night unlike all right. I need ZIP ZIP myself. Open this body bag just to keep these things out. I don't WanNa make crawling on my face. I write who Gosh I mean Justin's over there in his tent and I can hear him going. I just found four them in my tent. I'm like dude. You're we're in a tent. I've got a pyramid tint has no bottom no sides. I get why they're coming into mind but you have a tent you zip up and there's four inside your ten dude zip up your tent all right so so with that said Dustin even by the way an I._p.. A fan he has to kind of beard he had because this is one of the great questions we ask everybody guess what's the first beer they had more than likely before they were legally able to drink he had a warm budweiser at sixteen and for now and now he believes that that's the reason why does not like lagers another thing he does not like is I'm not a super large guy in so sometimes the double and triple people can have a negative effect on me and plus. They're they're a little bit too strong for me just in terms of the flavor. I really prefer just like a regular I._p.. A so this gentleman has spent a lot of time outdoors. He has done a lot of mountain biking and he gets into this new <hes> not sport but into this new activity high activity sure of going outdoors doors like you said car camping <hes> bagging mountain peaks and stuff so castle peak was his first legit winter ascent of mountain. I mean you know I had to kind of urge him. Hey we've got plenty of time. He'll explain it while he explained it in the story but in a way I said hey look we've got plenty of this. Go just follow me and if you need to turn around turn around but let's keep going and yeah it was pretty amazing. He got it to the top and he's like wow this is amazing. It was just great to bring him up there lead them to that summit and he has he has aspirations do more than that. I've invited him to a few more places in the future and for now he's going to slowly ascend into higher tired higher and higher and may be deeper and further back because I told them you have the he has legit stuff might mount mountaineering stuff some of the stuff. It's a little overkill but I appreciate his safety <hes> in cautiousness and I think he'll he'll with that mind. He'll be he'll be doing this for quite many many years. I had a goal to reach the summit of and site peak here for my first trip and that actually went pretty okay well. I I kind of had a self imposed two P._M.. Turn around <hes> we actually got to the summit of and a site peak at about nine twenty in Paul being a good good guide. I guess you could say kind of encouraged me to go for castle peak since we had reached the summit of and decide so early and so <hes> we pretty much just switched gears and started to hook it up towards castle peak which was about another thousand thousand feet higher than where we were on and decide peak and <hes> made it to the summit there and was rewarded with some absolutely beautiful views and some good conversation with some other folks that hid <hes> reached the summit at the same time that we did and it was just a really great experience to be able to get up there and just kinda take in more of the nature with some other like minded people and <hes>. It's just been a a great weekend so far sounds like Mount Shasta might be in your future again. No no you have to pay me to go to the top of Shasta.
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"I don't have the harp to pop poured onto get that perfect pint which we might slow down the podcast because it's supposed to get you at one hundred nineteen nineteen point two seconds and get the perfect poor of Guinness. I don't care to wait that long. Most Americans don't there you go and yeah we'll share our tasting notes. <hes> you guys throughout the show mm cheers cheers so looking on beer advocate dot com <hes> we can see here that the beer score out of five is a four point zero two pretty high actually actually <hes> like you like Paul said earlier the alcohol by volume six percent <hes> evill availability well. It says it's rotating so it if it's not in <hes> this month you may. They have to wait till next year. You may find somewhere I would. I would say no. It's a two hundred th anniversary not the two hundred and first anniversary that's true. I guess you should be able to find it all year long. They mice appeal. If you find it ten years after the two anniversary I would highly suggest you do not touch <hes> some of the some of the comments on here is that it pours dark brown almost black in color with a thick tan head the smell L. is <hes> kind of a coffee roasted malts dark chocolate smoke. Taste is a smoke dark chocolate coffee pine bitterness claimed finish light body tasty rather refreshing and <hes> yeah that's that's. It's basically across the board. What people are saying about this two hundredth anniversary addition well? I could have Senate better. Thanks for that report on Guinness's two hundred anniversary export stout. We will sip on this during the rest of the episodes so without further delay. Let's.
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"Yeah. I think it's going to be a podcast in the future well. I don't know about you. You have <hes> skiing <hes> <hes> background but me. I'm going to stick to my snow shoes. You're listening to live and sixteen ounces. What's in your pint all right well? Maybe something like this tough. Love might help you relax a little bit because right now we we're. We're we're approaching the end of this gigantic bottle of the Russian imperial stout and I agree with most of the stuff that we've gotten it's dark. It's rich. It's it's flavorful. Doesn't it's not a lot of alcohol even at eleven percent plus <hes>. I'm feeling comfortably numb. I think I would take another pint. If I was offered. Yeah I agree and <hes> this definitely is a winter winter is coming type of Ale and <hes> yeah it feels good. We drove up. I eighty. We took the big bend exit. <hes> there's also a large sign off of I eighty showcases. The Rainbow Lodge is also a ranger station sign on the side of the big bend exit sign which I almost missed actually well. It was a lot of snow up there. Certainly if you're if there's not a lot of snow you you're spot way easier. We're looking at six thousand to seven thousand foot put elevation area and what's what's great about. This spot is in the summertime is just as good you can easily just walk right into the trail in this in the wintertime your time you have to create a foothold in handhold area. We have to climb up over in this case eight to ten feet of snow and that was actually quite exciting citing. It was almost like like boom. You're adventure starts right now. We got over that that that that lip got onto the top of easily eight to ten feet plus snow and then started hiking in in the the infamous railroad tracks that was built through the Sierra Nevada's from Sacramento area all the way to Reno very famous in shows like hell on wheels and built certainly by the immigrants the Chinese immigrants the Irish immigrants cutting blasting lives lost this amazing. It's an ridiculous tragic yet amazing story of what they. You did in arduous conditions through the through the mountains and you can see it for yourself as it flows through these beautiful mountain passes through tunnels around Mountain Chris and Ridges as it's a beautiful thing to see so the other thing about the situation was we were also dealing with historic snow volumes as reported at at the end or middle of February four hundred twenty five inches which is like thirty six feet of snow has fallen around the castle peak area that by the way brandon was our initial location location of where he wanted to go. We got diverted. We had a storm that hit his head of time in a storm that hit his after we left I mean there was a window of small opportunity. We got in there did what needed to do but you were approaching. Maybe three to five inches of fresh snow within the last two days three to five inches of snow that we're going to hit his right as we were coming out as we headed back there my initial plan was I wanted to hit the railroad tracks or beyond and we're talking about two to three to four four miles. It's not much but in snow shoes it can be a lot for somebody who's never done it before like our friend Vince it's it's a lot the ultimate thing was we wanted to get out there. Try Our equipment out again. Knock off the breast. It's been a while since we're going out there. My thing was I had this caller party tent and I really wanted to try that out so Martha and I we got out there and we did our thing found a spot we built our camp and shaped. If you will where we everyone the party camp to be wherever he wanted to actually settle for the night and then of course we waited for Brandon and Vince Brandon brought Vince and of course take it from here for me. It was extremely easy to go ahead and <hes> traverse the trail that Paul had put in front of us for events. I completely different story for him on snow shoes for for the first time he had to go ahead and to learn how to use this way of travel. It's just <hes> it's exhausting. It's exhausting and it's a little debilitating on the body but if you again some of you know the the the endurance that I thought that I had in you know from just running and everything kinda helped it helped but by no it didn't it didn't make it easier once we had set up the equipment and we had gotten into the pardon tea party tent for the late evening. This is one vince head to say okay so I would honestly say incoming from a running perspective active. I guess so from somebody that has <hes> that already has <hes> endurance behind him is it's it's honestly it's trekking into so realizing the weight and the resistance with snow <hes> literally kind of sent me in a in a whole new direction as far as endurance. It's nothing like <hes> obviously running. You have really no obstacles. This is <hes> going either like either ascending or descending up and down mountain areas trying to find like soft spots and like shallow spots certainly give them a bit of a disclaimer brandon the first of all he's borrowing snow shoes <hes> second of all we're we're in a we're in a very interesting timeframe of of of the weather here in California to be able to have this type of snowfall. <hes> this early in the year is absolutely exceptional. We're this is something that we've always wanted. We talk about you know eight ten years of drought <hes> we had a crazy amount of snow that came in in two thousand seventeen. I believe then we kind of went dry last last year but now we're back to that. You know let's say a hundred and fifty three percent snow pack. This is going to balloon up most water reservoirs in the area. There is report that <hes> in this is crazy that reported in inches and not feet and inches but four hundred and twenty five inches of snow has fallen in this area certainly the castle peak area which is where we were heading before. We got diverted to this location because of parking situations that has only four hundred twenty five inches has fallen just since the beginning of February so to take somebody out for the first time in this thick fairly wet compact hacked snow is insane. It's it's it's Orient Challenge even for myself. You're going to sink in without a pack. I recall at least thinking about about four five inches. You put a pack on and there's certain spots that you go down at least six to seven inches and then and then what really blows everyone's mind. Is You take those suckers off and you walk around you. Drop up to your knee your thigh and it's that's when the real real true ability of what snowshoes can do for you yeah. That's true what on your body felt different with snowshoes on as opposed to you doing skiing's or anything else that you've done in the snow before due to the weight of the bag I'd say primarily because of the way to the bag and and the the working of like around like the hips like the hips and that that region it just <hes> it put a strain on the bag itself. Put the strain on shoulders but that's that's all here nor there. I'd say because that's just like that's an addition to your body because obviously needing all the gear but it's really it's. It's like bodily. It's the hips. The hips were wet. Everything else was pretty much solid as far as in you know you know wear and everything like quads and all that kind of stuff but the hitman that and that starts working on you when you snowshoeing the the idea that you're going to go out in the beginning of the year as fresh snow's falling and then I'm talking like two three four five ten fifteen twenty twenty five inches of snow fresh snow very difficult to snowshoeing you step in there and you're going to sync up to your knees. It's not consolidated enough. What you WANNA do is as people obviously who have the ability and the money is to back country ski at that point because your skis we'll float on top of that stuff? You have a lot more flotation area and then you can skin up down and what you need to do to go in the back country. That's the plus of of ability Nellie have have some money but have the fourth foresight to know what you need at that time and the ability to go out and buy it trust me. It's it's mind boggling to be able to have that ability to have that equipment and do building. Go where Oh you want to go with the right year. I have never done any of this before I mean I've tracked and snow but I mean I- snowboarded I've Snow skied. I've been at some other higher elevation areas as far as with snow but I mean literally walking starting out from a base point with especially with the with the with the snow shoes is just absolutely knew what you need to do for snowshoes is waiting to that snow consolidates as as as the Sun comes out as a blue bird days happen it it melts a liberal snow. The snow starts to melt it crushes it crushes it crushes over days period and I it squeezes that snow together to the point where you're gonNA get solid well. It's more solid snow where you can actually stay on top of it certainly with a with a snowshoe yet more flotation and you won't sneak up sync up to your knees. Maybe you sink up to your middle calf or you sink up to your ankles. That's when you had that consolidation in process and that's where snowshoes come into play and that's when the fun happens man you can go up and down every single angle steepness trail at one point time you can even three can run down than hills. It's amazing for this his trip. We had plenty of gear that we brought with US plenty of stoves plenty of things to to to stay warm lots of trips in the past <hes> to R._e._I.. to Go ahead and to really get US ready for this one even this time around to make sure that we had everything that we were going to need to be successful in this weather as you can hear in the background we have a train going by. We are that close to train tracks up in this area <hes> near the lakes. We've heard coyotes sound that you hear now would be a gas stove that is lighting a party tents that looks like.
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